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London, Printed for Tho. Basset at the George in Fleet-street, and Ric. Chiswel at the Rose and Crown in St. Ch Rivers Bridg 93 Chas. THE State of every Kingdome well managed by prudent government, seems to me to represent a humane Body, guided by the soveraignty of the Reasonable Soul: Concerning whose positure in respect of Heaven, Lucretius the first of the Latin Writers that names Britain seemeth to place it in the same Parallel with Pontus, where he saith: What differs Britains Heaven from that of Nile?

Or Pontus welkin from Gades warmer Ile? In which, by a certain cross comparison, he opposeth two likes against two unlikes, Britain and Pontus against Egypt and Gades. But to seek into profound Antiquity, rather than present practice, for matters in which Vse makes perfectness, were to affect the giving light by shadows, rather than by Sun-shine.

So as we may truly say with the royal Psalmist, Our lines are fallen in pleasant places, yea, we have a fair inheritance.

To which opinion Spencer farther alluding, thus closeth his Stanza. And doubtless, if there had been more Nations of fame in this Island, Brute should have had more sons fathered on him; which conceit some ascribe to Monmouth 's holding that before him it was never so divided. Britaine prima contained those coasts that lay betwixt Thamesis, the Severne, and the British Sea: Flavia Caesariensis, was that which lay betwixt the Rivers Humber and Tyne: For the several people inhabiting all those parts, with their ancient Names and Borders whether designed by the Romans, or the old Britains together with our modern Names and Shires, answerable to each of them, we will refer you to the Tables thereof elsewhere.

A Naval Coronet was fixed upon a Pinnacle of his Palace, Arches and Trophies were raised in Rome, and himself on his aged knees mounted the staires into the Capitol, supported by his two sons in Law: This made them more resolute at first to settle themselves in this fairest and fruitfullest part of the Island; the conquerour using all policy, both Martial and Civil, to plant his posterity here for ever.

How he found the Land governed we shewed in the Heptarchy; but his restless thoughts were not contented with conquering the Nation and their Land, unless he also overcame their very Customes, Laws, and Language. Formerly in the year of Salvation, Peters Church in Cornhill for his Cathedral, as by an ancient Table there hanging, was affirmed, and tradition to this day doth hold.

This See of S. And thus far for the division of this Realm, both Politick and Ecclesiastick, as it hath stood and stands at this day. His successors also abolished the two partitions in the West, whereby the Welsh became one Nation and Kingdome with the English. From Rother in the South, unto the Isle of Graine Northward, the breadth is not much above 26, and the whole circumference about miles.

Onely Mines except Iron are wanting: These formerly had been firm ground, but by a sudden inundation of the Sea were swallowed up, as at the same time a great part of Flanders and the Low Countries were; and the like also at the same time befel in Scotland, as Hector Boetius their Historiographer writeth.

But as in glory so in adversity hath this City born a part, being divers times afflicted by the Danes, but most especially in the dayes of Ethelred, who in that revenge of their massacre, made havock of all, and herein slew forty three thousand and two hundred persons, the tenth besides reserved to live.

Afterward it recovered breath and beauty by the liberality of Bishop Lanford; Characters and priviledges by King Henry the third; strength in Trench and Fortifications from King Richard the second; and lastly, Walls for her defence by Simon Sudbury Arch-bishop of that See: And again in Anno And again almost wholly consumed about the latter end of the Reign of King Henry the second, Anno Yet afterward Vortimer the valiant Britain, gave him battel at Aylesford: The like Monument was of Horsa at Horsted, which stormes and time have now devoured.

It is divided principally into five Lathes, subdivided into 66 hundreds, and them again into Parishes: And now to augment the honour of this place, the City hath born the Title of an Earldome; whereof they of Arundel were sometimes so styled. But a greater Battel was fought at Battle, when the hazard of England was tried in one days fight, and Harold the King gave place to his Conquerour by losing of his life, among sixty seven thousand, nine hundred seventy four Englishmen besides; whose bloud so spilt, gave name to the place, in French Sangue lac.

And the soyl naturally after rain becoming of a reddish colour, caused William Newbery untruly to write, That if there fall any small sweet showers in the place where so great a slaughter of the English-men was made, presently sweateth forth very fresh bloud out of the earth, as if the evidence thereof did plainly declare the voice of bloud there shed, and cried still from the earth unto the Lord.

King of France, taken prisoner at Agincourt, was there a long time detained. For in the tempestuous time of King Henry the Eighth, eighteen of them in this County were blown down, whose fruit fell into the Laps of some that never meant to restore them again to the like use. The broadest part is from Awfold Southward, to Thamisis by Stanes, and them asunder twenty two: And yet it is wealthy enough both in Corn and Pasturage, especially in Holmesdale, and towards the River of Thamisis. And were not Richmond a fatal place of Englands best Princes, it might in estem be ranked with the richest: But as these places were fatal for the last breath of these Princes, so other in this County have been graced with the body and beginning of other worthy Monarchs: Guildford likewise hath been far greater than now it is, when the Palace of our English-Saxon Kings was therein set.

First erected by Archbishop Baldwin, and ever since hath been the residing of all those worthy Prelates of our Church, who in a long succession even from Anno These all flourished with increase, till the ripeness of their fruit was so pleasing in sight and taste unto King Henry the Eighth, that in beating the boughs he brake down body and all, ruinating those houses, and seizing their rich possessions into his own hands: So jealous is God of his honour, and so great vengeance followeth the sin of Idolatry.

Besides many other creeks that open their bosoms into those Seas, and the Coast strengthened with many strong Castles, such as Hurst, Calshot, South-hampton, S. Their chief Town was Rincewood, as yet sounding the name: At so dear a rate the pleasures of Dogs, and harbour for beasts were bought in the bloud of these Princes. And here King Aethelstane erected six Houses for his Mint, but the Danish desolation over running all, this City felt their fury in the days of King Ethelbright, and in the Normans time, twice was defaced by the mis-fortune of fire, which they again repaired and graced with the trust of keeping the publick Records of the Realm.

In the civil wars of Maud and Stephen, this City was sore sacked, but again received breath, was by King Edward the third appointed the place for Mart of Wool and Cloth. Here the first Edmund before the Conquest, And here lastly, the Normaus, Richard and Rufus, This Cities situation is fruitful and pleasant, in a valley under hills, having her River on the East and Castle on the West, the circuit of whose walls are well near two English miles, containing one thousand eight hundred and eighty paces; through which openeth six gates for entrance.

The graduation of this City by the Mathematicks, is placed for Latitude in the Degree 51, 10 minutes, and for Longitude 19, 3 minutes. Maries, which was pulled down, for that it gave the French direction of course, who with fire had greatly endangered the Town: In King Edward the thirds time, it was fired by the French, under the Conduct of the King of Sicils son, whom a Countrey man encountred and struck down with his Club, he crying Rancon, that is Ransome: And in Richard the seconds time it was somewhat removed, and built in the place where now it standeth.

In this Clausentium, Canute to evict his flatterers, made trial of his Deity, commanding the Seas to keep back from his seat: But being not obeyed, he acknowledged God to be the onely supreme Governour, and in a religious devotion gave up his Crown to the Rood at Winchester.

Whose greatness for circuit contained no less than fourscore Acres of ground, and the walls of great height, yet standing two miles in compass about. This City by the Danish Rovers suffered such wrack, that her mounted tops were never since seen, and her Hulke the walls immured to the middle of the earth, which the rubbish of her own desolations hath filled.

It is encompassed round with the British Seas, and severed from the Main-land, that it may seem to have been conjoyned to it, and thereof it is thought the British name Guyth hath been given unto it, which betokeneth separation, even as Sicily being broken off and cut from Italy, got the name from Secando which signifieth cutting. The whole in circumference is about sixty miles. The middle yields plenty of pasture; and forrage for Sheep; whose wooll the Clothiers esteem the best; next unto that of Leinster and Cotteswold.

If you cast your eyes towards the North, it is all over garnished with Meadows, Pastures, and Woods: If towards the South side, it lieth in a manner wholly bedecked with Corn fields enclosed, where at each end the Sea doth so incroach it self, that it maketh almost two Islands besides, namely, Freshwater Isle, which looketh to the West, and Binbridge Isle, answering it to the East. Woods are not here very plentiful; for that it is only stored with one little Forrest; yet the Countrey of Hant-shire for vicinity of Site, is a friendly neighhour in that behalf; so as it were being tyed together in affinity they are always ready and propense to add to each others wants and defects by a mutual supply.

Such as did then possess it were called Lords of the Isle of Wight, till it fell into the Kings hands, by Roger Son to William Fits Osburne, slain in the war of Flanders that was driven into exile. Not far from it, is the Castle Caresbrook, whose founder is said to have been Whitgar the Saxon, and from him called VVhite-Garesburgh: The thing that is best worthy note and observation is this, That Bishop Wilfrid was the first that instructed the Inhabitants of this Island in Christian Religion, and brought them from Idolatrous Superstition, with the which unto that time they were obscurely blinded.

It is fortified with the strength of six Castles, traded with three Market-Towns, and hath 36 Parish-Churches planted in it. The whole in Circumference about, is one hundred and fifty miles. Neither were the Saxons so surely herein seated, but that the Danes sought to defeat them thereof: The government of this City is yearly committed to two Bayliffs, elected out of eight Magistrates or Aldermen, a Recorder, Town-Clerk, and two Sergeants attending them: Shaftsbury also, wherein one Aquila whether a Man or Eagle I know not by our Historians report, is said to have prophesied the future times of this our Empire, and that after the reigns of the Saxons and Normans it should again return unto the government of the British Kings.

But with such vain predictions, our Nation is more than once taxed by Philip Comineus the famous French Writer. In this City Edward the son of great Edgar, and one and thirtieth Monarch of the English-men, was interred, being murdered at Corfe, a Castle seated in the Isle of Purbeck, by his Step mother Aelfrith, to make way for her Son to enjoy his Crown: Neither among these may I omit Sherburne, which in the year of grace, The Gods did guide his sail and course: And Totnes was the happy shour where first he came on land.

Veins of Lead, yea and some of Silver in this Shire are found: And lastly, by the Cornish Rebels, wherein although the Citizens were grievously pinched with scarcity, yet continued they their faithful allegiance unto King Edward the sixth; and at this day flourisheth in tranquility and wealth, being governed by a Major, twenty four Brethren, with a Recorder, Town-Clerk, and other Officers their Attendants.

This Cities graduation is set in the degree of Latitude from the North Pole 50 and 45 scruples: And for Longitude from the West, to the degree 16, and 25 scruples.

Neither is Ioseph that excellent Poet, whose birth was in this City, the least of her Ornaments, whose Writings bear so great credit, that they were divulged in the German Language under the name of Cornelius Nepos.

The like credit got Crediton in her birth child VVinifred the Apostle of the Hassians, Thuringers, and Frisians of Germany, which were converted by him unto Gospel and knowledge of Christ.

Upon Exmore certain Monuments of Antick-work are erected, which are stones pitched in order, some Triangle-wise, and some in round compass: But lastly, was there encountred with, and slain by this Shires Inhabitants, and under a heap of copped stones interred, and the Banner Reasen there and then taken, that had so often been spread in the Danes quarrel, and wherein they reposed no small confidence for success.

And lastly, his body was cast upon the shore of Kent as if he had perished by ship-wrack so certain is Fortune in her endowments, and the state of man, notwithstanding his great birth. Not to trouble the Reader with the Fable of Corinnus cousin to King Brute, who in free gift received this County in reward of his prowess, for wrestling with the Giant Gogmagog, and breaking his neck from the Cliffe of Dover, as he of Monmouth hath fabuled.

The Autumne bringeth a somewhat late Harvest: And Diodorus Siculus of Augustus Caesars time writeth, that the Britains in this part digged Tin out of stony ground, which by Merchants was carried into Gallia, and thence to Narborne, as it were to a Mart. This Earl made certain Tinn-Laws which with liberties and priviledges were confirmed by Earl Edmund his son. And in the days of King Edward the third, the Common-weale of Tinn-works from one body was divided into four, and a Lord Warden of the Stanniers appointed their Iudge.

Her length is from Launston to the Lands-end, containing by measure 60 miles: To speak nothing of Visula that Counties Dukes daughter, with her company of canonized Virgin-Saints, that are now reputed but to trouble the Calender.

Neither are these Rocks destitute of Gold nor Silver, yea and Diamonds shaped and pointed Angle wise, and smoothed by Nature her self, whereof some are as big as Wallnuts, inferiour to the Orient only in blackness and hardness.

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