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THE POETICAL WVORKS OF JOHN SKEL T O N: PRINCIPALLY ACCORDING TO THE EDITION OF THE REV.
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Had I known,-the exclamation of one who repents of a thing done unadvisedly. In The Paradyse of daynty deuises, 15 76, the second copy of verses is entitled Beware of had I wyst.
Compare " Theyr pageandes are past, And ours wasteth fast, Nothynge dothe aye last But the grace of God." Feylde's Contrav. And London Iprouokled to fortify the wall]-prouoked, i. incited, caused.-" In the Seventeenth of Edward iv., Ralph Josceline, Maior, caused part of the Wall about the City to be repaired, to wit, between Aldgate and Aldersgate," &c. Hightes yn Building, and brought up the other Part likewise from the Foundation with Stone and mervelus fair cumpacid Windoes to layyng of the first soyle for Chambers and ther lefte." Dtin. "For all is but a cherie feire, This worldes good, so as thei tell." Gower's Conf. "And that endureth but a throwe, Right as it were a cheriefeste." Id.
in repairing and fortifying the several works, and beautifying the apartments in it [Dover Castle]." Hasted's Hist.