Cymbeline

Cymbeline

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Excerpt: ...at Land, a Dramme of this Will driue away distemper. To some shade, And fit you to your Manhood: may the Gods Direct you to the best Imo. Amen: I thanke thee. Exeunt. Scena Quinta. Enter Cymbeline, Queene, Cloten, Lucius, and Lords. Cym. Thus farre, and so farewell Luc. Thankes, Royall Sir: My Emperor hath wrote, I must from hence, And am right sorry, that I must report ye My Masters Enemy Cym. Our Subiects (Sir) Will not endure his yoake; and for our selfe To shew lesse Soueraignty then they, must needs Appeare vn-Kinglike Luc. So Sir: I desire of you A Conduct ouer Land, to Milford-Hauen. Madam, all ioy befall your Grace, and you Cym. My Lords, you are appointed for that Office: The due of Honor, in no point omit: So farewell Noble Lucius Luc. Your hand, my Lord Clot. Receiue it friendly: but from this time forth I weare it as your Enemy Luc. Sir, the Euent Is yet to name the winner. Fare you well Cym. Leaue not the worthy Lucius, good my Lords Till he haue crost the Seuern. Happines. Exit Lucius, &c Qu. He goes hence frowning: but it honours vs That we haue giuen him cause Clot. 'Tis all the better, Your valiant Britaines haue their wishes in it Cym. Lucius hath wrote already to the Emperor How it goes heere. It fits vs therefore ripely Our Chariots, and our Horsemen be in readinesse: The Powres that he already hath in Gallia Will soone be drawne to head, from whence he moues His warre for Britaine Qu. 'Tis not sleepy businesse, But must be look'd too speedily, and strongly Cym. Our expectation that it would be thus Hath made vs forward. But my gentle Queene, Where is our Daughter? She hath not appear'd Before the Roman, nor to vs hath tender'd The duty of the day. She looke vs like A thing more made of malice, then of duty, We haue noted it. Call her before vs, for We haue beene too slight in sufferance Qu. Royall Sir, Since the exile of Posthumus, most retyr'd Hath..."show more

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  • Paperback
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 2.03mm | 90.72g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236698878
  • 9781236698872