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Alliances.

APOSTROPHE.

Sus l’Alliance des Italiens.

APOSTROPHE.

Ce Lucz formé comme nef piscantine
Propre pour soy prend la Muse Latine
Pren (Duc) ce don, qui te plaise en ce temps
Que commencer alliance pretendz.
Difficile est tant de chordes estendre
Fors qu’au prudent, Si l’une ne veult tendre,
Link to an image of this page  Link to an image of this page  [B8r p31]Ou rompue est (ce qu’est facilement)
Grace du son se perd totallement.
Ainsi veult Paix l’Italie conjoindre,
Si l’Amour est: rien n’est que doibves craindre.
Si l’ung default (ce que l’on voit souvent)
Celle harmonie est resolue en vent.

Comparaison d’ung Luc, ac-
cordé, ou discors: envoyé au
Duc Maximilian soubz figure
des alliances, & Partialitéz d’I-
talie
, monstrant union estre
invincible.


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Non à toy l’honneur: mais à
la Religion.

Narration.

Ung paresseux Asne portoit l’Image
De la Deesse Isis: auquel hommage
Tous rencontréz faisoient, en suppliant
Reveremment: & les genoilz ployant.
Link to an image of this page  Link to an image of this page  [B5v p26] A luy l’honneur l’Asne estre faict pensoit,
Et en orgueil jusqu’à [=] a tant se dressoit
Que l’Asnier dist (touchant à verges fortes)
Tu n’es pas Dieu (asne) mais tu le portes.[1]

Les Presbtres, ores qu’ilz soient
ignorans, ou vicieux, sont neant-
moins honnoréz pour l’honneur
du Maistre qu’ilz servent. Et ainsi
des aultres serviteurs de Roys,
Princes, & grandz Seigneurs.

Notes:

1.  See Aesop, Fables 266; Erasmus, Adagia 1104, Asinus portans mysteria.


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