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It contains One hundred and sixty-five separate pieces.
Volume III. The three volumes of the Second Edition therefore together contain Five hundred and seventeen separate narratives.
I trust the notes and illustrations I have appended may prove useful to students and ordinary readers; I can assure any who may be disposed to cavil at their brevity that many a line has cost me hours of research.
The First Edition London: G.
Bishop and R. Newberie , was in one volume folio. It contains, besides the Dedication to Sir Francis Walsingham see page 3 , a preface see page 9 , tables and index, pages of matter.
The map referred to in the preface was one which Hakluyt substituted for the one engraved by Molyneux, which was not ready in time and which was used for the Second Edition. The Second Edition London, G. Bishop, R. Newberie, and R, Barker , , , , folio, 3 vols.
The celebrated voyage to Cadiz pages —19 of first volume is wanting in many copies. It was suppressed by order of Elizabeth, on the disgrace of the Earl of Essex.
The first volume sometimes bears the date of Or he is formed for abjectness and woe, To grovel on the dunghill of his fears, To shrink at every sound, to quench the flame Of natural love in sensualism, to know That hour as blessed when on his worthless days The frozen hand of Death shall set its seal, Yet fear the cure, though hating the disease. The one is man that shall hereafter be; The other, man as vice has made him now. The pestilence that stalks In gloomy triumph through some eastern land Is less destroying.
They cajole with gold, And promises of fame, the thoughtless youth Already crushed with servitude: he knows His wretchedness too late, and cherishes Repentance for his ruin, when his doom Is sealed in gold and blood!
Those too the tyrant serve, who, skilled to snare The feet of Justice in the toils of law, Stand, ready to oppress the weaker still; And right or wrong will vindicate for gold, Sneering at public virtue, which beneath Their pitiless tread lies torn and trampled, where Honour sits smiling at the sale of truth.
They have three words:— well tyrants know their use, Well pay them for the loan, with usury Torn from a bleeding world! A vengeful, pitiless, and almighty fiend, Whose mercy is a nickname for the rage Of tameless tigers hungering for blood.
Hell, a red gulf of everlasting fire, Where poisonous and undying worms prolong Eternal misery to those hapless slaves Whose life has been a penance for its crimes. And Heaven, a meed for those who dare belie Their human nature, quake, believe, and cringe Before the mockeries of earthly power. It fades, another blossoms: yet behold!
He has invented lying words and modes, Empty and vain as his own coreless heart; Evasive meanings, nothings of much sound, To lure the heedless victim to the toils Spread round the valley of its paradise. Look to thy wretched self!