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Sed novo in sacello

Pedissequos aspexit,

Quos nostra Academia

Honoribus erexit.

Sed parce, precor, parcito,

Nam ipse es expertus,

Effugiunt omues protinus

Cum carcer est apertus.

At nobis minitatur,

Si rex sit rediturus,

Tunc iste (Phoebo duce) est

Tela resumpturus.

Sed parce, precor, parcito,

Piscator ictus sapit,

Fugatus namque miles iners

Arma nunquam capit.

Nor can you make the world

Of Cambridge praise to ringe,

A mouth so foul no market eare

Will stand to hear it sing.

Then leave it, scholler, leave it,

For yet you cannot say, The king did go from you in March

And come again in May.

Et Cantabrigiam non

Lædi hinc speramus, Ex ore tam spurcidico

Nil damni expectamus. O parce, ergo, parcito,

Oxonia nunquam dicit, Cum Martio princeps abiens

In Maio nos revisit.

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LADY ARABELLA STUART.

The circumstances of the life of this accomplished

and persecuted lady,

“ From kings descended, and to kings allied,"

are familiar to every reader of biographical history. In Lodge's Illustrations of British History are some letters which convey an exalted idea of her mental abilities; and the editor has proved, in opposition to the assertion of the authors of the Biographia Britannica, that she was far from deficient in personal beauty.

She was the only child of Charles Stuart, fifth earl of Lennox, (uncle to James the First, and great-grandson to Henry VII.) by Elizabeth, daughter of sir William Cavendish, of Hardwick; was born about the year 1578, and brought up in privacy under the care of her grandmother, the old countess of Lennox, who had for many

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