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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-460

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462 THE SCHOOL forces against Troy and argue with Ulysses and Sisyphus upon difficult points as have in conversation here without being in danger of being condemned But let not those among you who have pronounced me an innocent man be afraid of death No harm can arrive at good man whether dead or living his affairs are always under the direction of the gods nor will believe the fate which is allotted to me myself this day to have arrived by chance nor have aught to say either against my judges or accusers but that they thought they did me an injury But detain you too long it is time that retire to death and you to your affairs of life which of us has the better is known to the gods but to no mortal man III -Cranulate into latin £lcgiar$ Dancing bright lady then began to be When the first seeds whereof the world did spring The fire air earth and water did agree By Love's persuasion Nature's mighty king To leave their first disordered combating And in dance sucli measure to observe As all the world their motion should preserve Since when they still are carried in round And changing come in one another's place Yet do they neither mingle nor confound But every one doth keep the hounded space Wherein the dance dotli bid it turn or trace This wondrous miracle did Love devise For dancing is Love's proper exercise Like this he framed the gods' eternal bower And of shapeless and confused mass By his through piercing and digesting power The turned vault of heaven formed was Whose starry wheels he hath so made to pass As that their movings do music frame And they themselves still dance unto the same
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