Robert Hayman

(14 August 1575 – November 1629 / Wolborough)

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The Fovrth Booke Of Qvodlibets

1. To the Reader.

Sermons and Epigrams haue a like end,
To improue, to reproue, and to amend:
Some passe without this vse, 'cause they are witty;
And so doe many Sermons, more's the pitty.

2. To the Reader.

Of my small course, poore wares I cannot boast:
Owen and others haue the choyce ingrost:
And if that I on trust haue ta'ne vp any;
Owen hath done so too, and so haue many.

3. Redargution or payd with his owne money.

When Pontius call'd his neighbour, Cuckold Asse,
Being mad to see him blinded, as he was,
His Wife him ...

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