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On Ben Johnson .
"The Muses fairest Light in no dark time, The Wonder of a barned Age, the Line) Which none can pass ; the most proportions, To Nature the best Judge of what was fr The deepest, plainest, highest, clearest Con' ; The Voice, most echod, by consenting Mon The soul, which answerd best to all well su By others, and which most Requital ma Fund to the highest Key of ancient Rome Returning all her Music with his In whom with Nature, Study claimed a 3 Get who unto himself owd all his Art Here lies Bin Johnson ! Every Age will look With Sorrow how, with Wonder on by Book Se Vol. 1. 7.118 of Goldervy's Epitaphs
IN SEVEN VOLUME S.
All the former EDITIONS, and Corrected; with NOTES Critical and Explanatory.
By PETER WHALLEY, Late Fellow of St. John's College in Oxford.
Neque me ut miretur turba labore,
Contentus paucis lectoribus.
Rudem effe omnino in noftris poetis, aut inertiffima fegnitia eft, aut faftidii delicatissimi. CIC. de Fin. L. I.
Printed for D. MIDWINTER; W. INNYS and J. RICHARDSON; J. KNAPTON; T. WOTTON; C. HITCH and L. HAWBS; J. WALTHOE; D. BROWNE; J. and R. TONSON; C. BATHURST; J. HODGES; J. WARD; M and T. LONGMAN ; W. JOHNSTON; and P. DAVEY and B. LAW.