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Francis Quarles (1592–1644)

Quarles, Francis. An English sacred poet; born in Rumford, Essex, in 1592; died in Sept. 1644. He received several appointments from the Crown, and finally held the position of city chronologer. His leading works were: ‘Emblems Divine and Moral’ (1635); ‘Argalus and Parthenia’ (1621); and the ‘Enchiridion’ (1640) in prose.