'AREWEL., great Charles, monarch of blest renown,
The best good man that ever fill'd a throne;
Whom Nature as her highest pattern wrought,
And mix'd both fexes virtues in one draught;
Wifdom for councils, bravery in war,
With all the mild good-nature of the fair.
The woman's sweetness, temper'd manly wit,
And loving power, did crown'd with meekness fit;
His awful perfon reverence engag'd,
With mild addrefs and tendernefs allwag'd:
Thus the almighty gracious King above,
Dees both cominand our fear, and win our love.