Tottel, Richard . "Songes and Sonettes written by the ryght honorable
Lorde Henry Haward late Earle of Surrey, and other"
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The great Macedon
Praise of certain psalmes of Dauid, translated by sir. T. w. the elder.
1.29.1: The great Macedon, that out of Persie chased
1.29.2: Darius, of whose huge power all Asie rong,
1.29.3: In the rich ark dan Homers rimes he placed,
1.29.4: Who fayned gestes of heathen princes song.
1.29.5: What holy graue? what worthy sepulture
1.29.6: To Wiattes Psalmes should Christians then purchase?
1.29.7: Where he doth paint the liuely faith, and pure,
1.29.8: The stedfast hope, the swete returne to grace
1.29.9: Of iust Dauid, by perfite penitence.
1.29.10: Where rulers may se in a mirrour clere
1.29.11: The bitter frute of false concupiscence:
1.29.12: How Iewry bought Vrias death full dere.
1.29.13: In princes hartes gods scourge imprinted depe,
1.29.14: Ought them awake, out of their sinfull slepe.