Mount-Orgueil: or Divine and profitable meditations raised from the contemplation of these three leaves of natures volume, 1. Rockes, 2. Seas, 3. Gardens, digested into three distinct poems. To which is prefixed, a poeticall description, of Mount-Orgueil Castle in the Isle of Jersy. By VVilliam Prynne, late exile, and close prisoner in the sayd Castle. A poem of The soules complaint against the body; and Comfortable cordialls against the discomforts of imprisonment, &c. are hereto annexed.
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MOVNT-ORGVEIL: OR DIVINE AND PROFITA∣BLE MEDITATIONS, RAISED FROM The Contemplation of these three Leaves of Natures Volume, 1. ROCKES, 2. SEAS, 3. GAR∣DENS, digested into three distinct Poems.

To which is Prefixed, a Poeticall Descrip∣tion, of Mount-Orgueil Castle in the Isle of Jersy.

BY VVILLIAM PRYNNE, Late Exile, and Close Prisoner in the sayd Castle.

A Poem of The Soules Complaint against the Body; and Comfortable Cordialls against the Discomforts of Impri∣sonment, &c. are hereto annexed.

Psalme 19. 14.

Let the Words of my mouth, and the MEDITATION of my Heart, he acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my Strength, and my Redeemer.

Psalme 143. 5.

I remember the dayes of Old; I MEDITATE on all thy Workes; I muse on the Worke of thy hands.

LONDON, Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Michael Sparke Senior, and are to be sold by Peter Inch of Chester. 1641.