Missale quinque tomis constans
 
"I wish unto you by dayly Prayer and fruition of 
the Heavenly Paradise cravyng of the Omnipotent and 
provident God, the guider of that gorgeous Garden that 
hee would vouchsafe to graunte unto you the sweete 
savour of his chiefe fragrante floures, that is his comfort 
to cleave faste unto you, his mercy to keepe you and 
his grace to guyde you nowe and evermore." 

(From the Epistle dedicatory addressed to William 
Cecil, Lord Burghley; Lord High Treasurer 
of England. 7 be Gardeners Labyrinth 1577.)