[Illustration: He that delights to Plant and Set, Makes After Ages in his Debt.]
Where could they find another formed so fit, To poise, with solid sense, a sprightly wit? Were these both wanting, as they both abound, Where could so firm integrity be found?
The verse and emblem are from George Wither, A Collection of Emblems, Ancient and Modern (London, 1635), illustration xxxv, page 35.
The lines of poetry (123 126) are from "To My Honoured Kinsman John Driden," in John Dryden, The Works of John Dryden , ed. Sir Walter Scott, rev. and corr. George Saintsbury (Edinburgh: William Patterson, 1885), xi, 78.
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The LIFE and DEATH of Doctor Faustus Made into a FARCE
Introduction by ANTHONY KAUFMAN
PUBLICATION NUMBER 157
WILLIAM ANDREWS CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
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