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May 4th, I, with Sir Robert Barber, curat, and Robert Talsley, clerk of Manchester parish church, with diverse of the town of divers ages, went in perambulation to the bownds of Manchester parish: began at the Leeless Bench against Prestwich parish, and so had a vew of the thre corne staks, and then down tyll Mr.

And if that any drop of slombring restDid chaunce to still into her wearie spright,When feeble nature felt her selfe opprest,Streight way with dreames, and with fantasticke sightOf dreadfull things the same was put to flight,That oft out of her bed she did astart,As one with vew of ghastly feends affright:Tho gan she to renew her former smart,And thinke of that faire visage, written in her hart.

By vew of her he ginneth to reuiueHis ancient loue, and dearest Cyparisse,And calles to mind his pourtraiture aliue,How faire he was, and yet not faire to this,And how he slew with glauncing dart amisseA gentle Hynd, the which the louely boyDid loue as life, aboue all worldly blisse.

And them amongst, some were of burnisht gold,So made by art, to beautifie the rest,Which did themselues emongst the leaues enfold,As lurking from the vew of couetous guest,That the weake bowes, with so rich load opprest,Did bow adowne, as ouer-burdened.

Hardy Elfe,That darest vew my direfull countenaunce,I read thee rash, and heedlesse of thy selfe,To trouble my still seate, and heapes of pretious pelfe.

  He's lookin a bit worryd coz Im sqwattin here facin thi drop like am about 2 lonch miself in2 thi air, but ther is thi safety net aftir ol & nway I juss feel cumfterbil perched here & I like thi vew & thi feel ov thi wind on mi face.