The Dramatic Works of Richard Brome Containing Fifteen Comedies Now First Collected Volume 3

The Dramatic Works of Richard Brome Containing Fifteen Comedies Now First Collected Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ... credit of' t my Doctors. You are sad. Ioy. My Lord I would entreat we may returne; I feare my wife's not well. Let. Returne! pray flight not so my courtesie. Dia. Besides sir I am well; and have a minde (A thankfull one) to taste my Lords free bounty. I never saw a play, and would be loath To lose my longing now. Ioy. The aire of London Hath tainted her obedience already: And should the Play but touch the vices of it, She'd learne and practise 'hem. Let me beseech Your Lordships reacceptance of the un-Merited favour that she weares here, and Your leave for our departure. Let. J will not Be so dishonour'd; nor become so ill A master of my house, to let a Lady Leave it against her will; and from her longing; J will be plaine wi'yee therefore: If your haste Must needs post you away, you may depart, She shall not not till the morning for mine honour. Ioy. Indeed tis a high poynt of honour in A Lord to keepe a private Gentlemans wife From him. Dia. J love this plaine Lord better than All the brave gallant ones, that ere I dream't on. Let. Tis time we take our feats. So if You'll stay. Come sit with us, if not, you know your way. Ioy. Here are we fallen through the Doctors fingers Into theLords hands. Fate deliver us. Ex. omnes. ACT ACT II. Scene IV. Enter in sea-gownes and Caps, Doctor, and Perigrine brought in a chaire by 2 Sailers: Cloaks and Hats brought in. Doct. But what chiese thing of note now in our Travells Can you call presently to mind? Speake like a Traveller. Per. I doe remember, as we past the Verge O' th' upper world, comming downe, down-hill, The setting Sunne then bidding them good night, Came gliding easily downe by us; and strucke New day before us, lighting us our way; But with such heate, that till he was got farre Before...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236739299
  • 9781236739292