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THE CHURCH, continued. LATIN POEMS, continued.

Death

225 De Gemina Academia 274

Doomsday .

227 De S. Baptismi Ritu 275

Judgment

228 De Signaculo Crucis 276

Heaven.

229 De Juramento Ecclesiæ 276

Love

230 De Purificatione. 277

De Antichristi Decore

THE CHURCH MILITANT 231 Pontificali

277

L'Envoy

241 De Superpelliceo . 278

De Pileo Quadrato . . 278

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS

In Catharum .

279

A Sonnet (New Year's De Episcopis :

279

Gift to his Mother) . 242 De Iisdem ad Melvi -

Inscription (to his Suc-

num

280

cessor at Bemerton) 243 De Textore Catharo 280

On Lord Danvers 244 De Magicis Rotatibus . 280

A Paradox (that the

Ad Fratres

281

Sick are in a better De Labe, Maculisque 281

case than the Whole) 244 De Musica Sacra 282

De Eadem

284

De Rituum Usu. 284

LATIN AND GREEK POEMS: De Annulo Conjugali 285

De Mundis et Mundanis 285

PARENTALIA

De Oratione Dominica 286

Memoriæ Matris Sa- In Catharum Quendam 286

crum

247 De Lupa Lustri Vati-

Epitaphium

257 cani

287

Roma Dabit

287

MUSÆ RESPONSORIÆ

De Impositione 288

Ad Andreæ Melvini

cum Ministrorum

Scoti. Anti - Tami-

Raptus

288

Cami - Categoriam . 260 De Auctorum Enume-

Melvini Poema

261 ratione

288

De Auri Sacra Fame. 290

EPIGRAMMATA APOLO- Ad Scotiam Protrepti-

GETICA -

con ad Pacem 290

Ad Regem

270 Ad Seductos Innocen-

Walliæ Principi . 270 tes

290

Reverendis. Episc. Vin- Ad Melvinum

291

toniensi

271 Ad Eundem

292

Ad Regem

271 Ad Seren. Regem

293

Ad Melvinum

272 Ad Deum.

294

Anti-Tami-Cami-Cate-

goria .

272 INVENTA BELLICA 296

Partitio Anti - Tami-

Cami - Categorie 273 ALIA POEMATA LATINA -
In Metri Genus

273 Ad Auctorem Instaura-

De Larvatâ Gorgone 274 tionis Magnæ (Fran-

De Præsulum Fastu 274 ciscum Bacon)

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MEMOIR OF HERBERT.

BY THE REV. ROBERT 'ARIS WILLMOTT.

WHEN the visitor to Cambridge enters the Antechapel of Trinity College, he meets two objects of the deepest interest in art and science, - the marvellous statue of Newton, and the sitting figure of Bacon. If he raise his eyes to the painted windows, a different train of thought is awakened. One group especially attracts and detains him. It is a scene at Bethany, in the house of that family whom Jesus loved. Among the company gathered around him appears a face familiar to most students of the sweet and serious learning of the seventeenth century: it is that of GEORGE HERBERT, to whom, after so many years, his own college has consecrated this memorial.

The circumstances of his life are neither many nor varied. He was born one of ten children April 3d, 1593, in the castle of Montgomery in Wales. He came of a bold and noble race. There is at Penshurst a portrait of his brother, Lord Edward, painted by Isaac Oliver, which shows a swarthy countenance, with dark eyes and exceed

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