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Syl. Yet haue I heard thee heretofore, (30) Thy ioyes in open Songs report:
Arsil. I said, I had of ioy some store, But not how much, nor in what sort.
Syl. Yet when a ioy is in excesse, It selfe it will oft-times vnfolde:
Arsil. (35) Nay such a ioy would be the lesse, If but a word thereof were tolde.

FINIS. Bar. Yong.

¶ Montanus Sonnet. +

W Hen the doggeFull of rage With his irefull eyes Frownes amidst the skies: (5) The Shepheard to asswageThe furie of the heate, Himselfe doth safely seate By a Fount Full of faire, (10) Where a gentle breath Mounting from beneath, tempereth the ayre. There his flocks Drinke their fill,