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Identifier: emblemsdivinemor01quar Title: Emblems divine and moral ; together with Hieroglyphics of the life of man Year: 1777 (1770s) Authors: Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644 Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644. Hieroglyphics of the life of man Trapp, H Subjects: Emblems Publisher: London : Printed and sold by H. Trapp ... Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ^ And evry minute dafliesAgainft the wanton windows of mine eyes : Lord, clofe the cafement, whilft I ftand Beneath the curtain of thy hand. O- z S. AU- itz EMBLEMS. Book IV.. S. AUGUST. Soliloq. Cap. iv. 0 thou Sufiy that illumlnateih both heaven and earth /woe be unto thofe eyes which do not behold thee: woe beunto thofe blind eyes which cannot behold thee: woe be untothofe which turn aivay their eyes^ that they will not beholdthee: woe be unto thofe that turn away their eyes^ thatthey may behold vanity, S. CHRYS. fup. Matt. xlx. What IS the evil woman but the enemy of friendfhip^an avoidable pain^ necejfary mifchiefs a natural tempta-tion^ a defirable calamity^ a domeftic danger^ a deleSlable^inconvenience^ and the nature of evil^ painted over with the colour of good i EPIG, S^Tis vain, great God ! to clofe mine eyes from i\\^..When I relolve to keep the old man ftill;My rambling heart muft covenant firft with thee.Or none can pafs betwixt mine eye and me. £ S T H X R B.IV. Km/-.6 Text Appearing After Image: Efdi L7-3 BtjokIV. E M R L E M S. i6> YI.Esther vli. 3. If I have found favour in thy fight^ and if it pkafe theking^ let my life he given me at my petition* THOU art the great Ahafuerus, whofe commandDoth ftretch from pole to pole ; the worlds thyRebellious Vaftitis the corrupted will, [land ^ Which, being call.d, refufes to fulfillThy juft command j- Efther, whofe tears condoleThe razed city, s the regenrate foul ;A captive maid, whom thou wilt pieafe to graceWith nuptial honors in ftout Vafhtis place :Her kinfman, whofe unbended knee did thwartPioud Hamans glory, is the flefhly part;The fober eunuch, that recallM to mindThe new-built gibbet (Haman had divinedFor his own ruin) fifty cubits high.Is luftfull-thought-controuling chaftity ;.Infulting Haman is that flelhly luft,Whofe red-hot fury, for a feafon, muftTriumph in pride, and ftudy how to treadOn Mordecai, till royal Either plead. Great King, thy fent-for Vafhti will not come^O let the oil o th blefled virgins wombGleanfe m Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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