Robert Herrick

Tom Cain and Ruth Connolly (eds), The Complete Poetry of Robert Herrick, Vol. 2

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Heading: Kinge Oberons his Pallace] King Oberons Pallace BDA3 BDR1 YA19 1648  Oberon his Pallace by Mr Hearick BDE4  Oberons Pallace BL25  Oberons Pallace by R. H. UNPP
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2 high] full BDE4
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3 heele goe] hee goes BL25
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5 hath] ha's 1648
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7 flinges] slinges YA19
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8 Amonge] Amonst BDE4
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9 pettish] peltish
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9 pettish] hellish BDE4  peltish BDA3 BL25 UNPP YA19 1648
well] we'l 1648
knowne] know UNPP 1648
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10 though] (⁓ BDA3
hated] ⁓) BDA3  hatred YA19
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11 led] lead UNPP 1648  leads YA19
on] ⁓! BL25 UNPP
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12 (Sometime] ^sometimes BDE4  (sometymes BDE4 BDR1 BL25 UNPP 1648
Loue)] ⁓^ BDE4
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14 shine] shines BDA3
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15 by] with Ω‎
numerous] num'rous 1648
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17 many] and man' 1648
UNPP does not copy ll. 19–135.
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19 Swellinge] Spungie 1648
spungy] swelling 1648
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20 grasse of] finest 1648
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21 Soberly] seemely BDR1  Mildly 1648
sparklinge] disparkling 1648
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22 breake] breaking BDA3
from] does not copy BDE4
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23 the] those 1648
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25 his] this
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25 his Conuerse] this Conuex Ω‎
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26 (Nature]^⁓ BDE4 YA19
and] or BL25
showers)] ⁓^ BDE4 YA19
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27 in] to 1648
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28 (As⁓^ BDE4 BDR1 BL25 YA19 1648
here] there BDR1
were] was BL25 1648
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29 girdle] Coston 1648
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30 the eyes of all] All with temptation 1648
strayte] cut from 1648
bewitch.)]⁓^ BDE4 BDR1 YA19 1648
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31 moues] moue BDA3 BDR1 BL25 YA19 1648
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33 in pearle] impearle
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33 lowe] plough BDA3
in pearle] impearle BDE4 BL25 1648
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34 and] the YA19  or 1648
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36 are] make YA19
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37 cense] cause BDA3  om. BDE4
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38 some ort of Peare] and every where 1648
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39 Apple or Plumme is neately layd] Throughout the Brave Mosaick yard 1648
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40 (As] ^⁓ BDE4 YA19
was] were BDA3 BDE4 BL25
payd)] ⁓^ BDE4 BDR1 YA19
Those Picks or Diamonds in the Card: 1648
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41 Urchin Hedgehog. The hedgehog was thought to carry away fallen fruit by impaling it on its spines. Cf. William Parks, The Rose and Lily (1639), pp. 9 –10 'The Hedghog that hath rouled his skin full of Apples, when hee comes to the hole, hee wipes them all of.'
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41 By] To YA19
the] this BDE4
With peeps of Harts, of Club and Spade 1648
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42 That] In BDE4  The BDA3 BL25 YA19
Are here most neatly inter-laid 1648
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43 Daffe nuts Deaf nuts, a shell without a kernel. Cf. Richard Baxter, A Christian Directory (1673), p. 216 'They offer God a deaf Nutt, or an empty Shell or Cask for a Sacrifice.' Jewes eares Auricula Judae or Judas's ear, an edible fungus. Thomas Browne, Pseudodoxia Epidemica, 2.7.8 (Works, 2.154) explained the name's origin thus: 'something is conceived extraordinary from the name, which is in propriety but Fungus sambucinus, or an excrescence about the roots of Elder, and concerneth not the Nation of the Jews, but Judas Iscariot, upon a conceit, he hanged on this tree.'
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43 Daffe] deafe BDA3 BDE4
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44 chippinge] Chippings
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44 chippinge] Chippings BDE4 BL25
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46 Lintells Lentils. chitted Sprouting. Cf. 638.13.
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46 scraps] scraggs YA19
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48 sometimes] sometime YA19
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49 there] those BL25  theis BDA3 BDR1 YA19  then BDE4
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50 Bullace Plums. Canckers Fruit spoiled by cankerworm.
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50 pucker'd] om. BDE4
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51 hawes The fruit of the hawthorn, a stone-fruit.
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52 the] does not copy BDE4
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53 As] old BDR1
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54 cryinge] does not copy BL25
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55 tagges 'A point of metal or other hard substance at the end of a lace, string, strap, or the like, primarily used to facilitate its insertion through an eyelet-hole' (OED, tag n.1 3a) fescues Small pins used for pointing out letters for a child to read (OED, fescue n. 2).
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56 halfe-jet rings An item of cheap jewellery. Cf. William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, The Triumphant Widow (1677), p. 8 'We'l buy all his Trinkets to the last Jet Ring'
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56 higher] greater BDE4
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57 shreakes Shreds. There is no example of this usage in the OED and this is probably an error for 'streaks', the reading in the only other independent witness (BL25).
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57 shreakes] streaks BL25  shreake BDE4
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58 Barley-breakes See 101 Title n.
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58 Barley-breakes] Barlybreake BDE4
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60 there] thers YA19
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62 an] does not copy BDE4
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63 here about here abouts 1648
and as we guesse] and for to pave 1648
1648 cuts ll. 64–6.
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64 seeme] seemes BDR1
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65 worke] Workes BDE 4
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66 easy] cut from 1648
the] this 1648
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68 Serue] Are 1648
here] both YA19  neatly 1648
both] the YA19  here 1648
which] cut from 1648
1648 cuts ll. 69–70.
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69 Castors Beavers. Doucetts Testicles; cf. J. F. (trans.), Three Books of Occult Philosophy, or of Magick, by Heinrich Agrippa von Nettesheim (1651), sig I2a 'The Castor, because he bites off his Testicles, and leaves them to the Hunters, is an ill omen, and portends that a man will injure himself.'
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69 they] ⁓) BDE 4
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70 away)] ⁓^ BDE 4
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71 Browne] With brownest 1648
ferrets eyes] cut from 1648
the] and ⁓ 1648
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73 of] does not copy BDE4
Whit-flawes] ⁓ ⁓; BDE4 BDR1 ⁓ ⁓, BL25 YA19 ⁓ ⁓: 1648
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74 Hand] Wise ⁓ 1648
enchasinge here] here enchasing BDE4
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75 to] from YA19
from] ( ⁓ 1648 to YA19
our-selues] ⁓) 1648  ouer selues YA19
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76 the] these BDA3
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78 the] a BDE4
sly] shy BL25 1648
mayden] Virgin 1648
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79 and] where 1648
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80 the] a BDE4
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81 snakes] snake 1648
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82 eyes] the ⁓ BDA3
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84 punyes] Penyes
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84 punyes] pennyes BL25  Puisneirs BDA3  silver-pence 1648
are] does not copy BDA3 BL25 1648
cut] rusts BL25
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85 (choycely] (Richly BDA3 (closely BDE 4 ^ ⁓ BDR1  neatly 1648
hunge)] ⁓^ BDR1 1648
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86 the] and YA19
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87 syluer] silv'rie 1648
Roache] fish 1648
straws] stawes YA19
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88 Kitlinges] kitchins YA19
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89 here] there BDE4
for] to BL 25 YA19
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90 fac't] face BDA3
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91 Noe] Nor BDA3 BDE4 BL25  Or 1648
ouer] our YA19
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92 Ransackes] ransacke BDE4 YA19
Caue] roome 1648
what] with BDE4
beames] flames BL25
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93 reflection] reflected
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93 can] comes BDE4
get] does not copy BDE4 make 1648
reflection] reflected BL25 1648
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94 multiply] multiplyes BDE 4
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95 euer] euen BDE4
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96 Candlemas A pun on the massed lights and on the feast of Candlemas. Cf. 892 Title n.
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96 Candlemas] Taper-light 1648
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97 errours] errour BDA3 BDE4
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98 and] as BDE4 BL25 1648
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99 as] do not copy BDA3 BDE4 YA 19 1648
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101 Rays'd] rear'd 1648
lyes] was BDE4
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102 bubler] bubles
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102 seeme] seems YA 19  seem'd 1648
bubles] Bubble YA19
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103 obedient] Conuenient BDA3
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105 head] face 1648
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106 by] (⁓ 1648
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107 whiter] better BDE4  white YA19  luckie 1648
childe] ⁓) 1648
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108 these] those BL25
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110 lockes of] carded 1648
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111 Which] with BDE4
spungie] spunge-like 1648
and] does not copy BDA3
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112 seemes] seem'd 1648
imply] comply 1648
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113 the] her BDA3
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115 Spinsters] spinners 1648
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117 sunke] hung BDE4
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118 backlinge] tacklinge
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118 backlinge] tacklinge Ω
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120 the] those 1648
threads] heads BDE4
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121 We call the ffyles] Broke at the losse 1648
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122 those] these BL25 1648
soft] pure 1648
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123 Which] Dropt 1648
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124 waytinge] writhing
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124 And] Or 1648
waytinge] writhing Ω
are shed] 1648 cuts
they] (panting) ⁓ 1648
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126 hath] has 1648
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128 the] does not copy BDA3
make] ⁓ for BDA3
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131 watchword] watch ward YA 19
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132 Mabb] Mab's BDE4 YA19
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135 doe] doe't YA19  this] his BDE4  tell his YA19
yarne] flax 1648
is] be YA19
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Subscription: Hericke] Exp: R: H: BL25 ffinis R. Herick BDR1 BL22  Finis. Hericke YA19  no subscription BDA3 BDE4
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