Gorboduc; Or Ferrex and Porrex a Tragedy Volume 1

Gorboduc; Or Ferrex and Porrex a Tragedy Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...and fauour in the realme, And while the noble Queene your mother lyues, To worke and practise all for your auaile, Attempt redresse by armes, and wreake your self Upon his life, that gayneth by your losse, 570 Who nowe to shame of you, and griefe of vs, In your owne kingdome triumphes ouer you. Shew now your courage meete for kingly state, That they which haue auowed to spend theyr goods, Their landes, their liues and honours in your 675 cause, May be the bolder to mainteyne your parte, When they do see that cowarde feare in you, Shall not betray ne faile their faithfull hartes. If once the rjeath of Porrex ende the strife,""" And pay the price of his vsurped reigne, 580 Tour mother shall perswade the angry kyng, The Lords your frends eke shall appease his rage. A 1. 568 Practise, to contrive, to plot. Compare Lear II, 8C. 1, 1. 73 and Hamlet IV, so. 7, 1. 68, But even his mother shall uncharge the practice And call it accident," see 11. 1164 and 1516. 574 Avowed = a-vowed. promised ou oath. 578 Faile, to beguile, delude (Lat. fallere). 1. 562 whiles AC sticks C mynde A. 663 loathed C wronge A. 564 setled C 565 guylefull A cloake C allurynge A. 566 the this AC. 567 Hues C. 568 woorke C practice A. 569 wreak C selfe A. 570 gaineth AC. 571 now C greefe C, 573 meet C kinglye C estate AC. 574 auowd C thei A their AC. 575 honors C. 576 maye A mairteine A maintain C, 577 whan thei A doo C. 578 betraye C saile AC. 579 ones A end C. 580 paie A. 581 kynjre A kin? C. 582 shal C. For they be wise, and well they can forsee, That ere lonpe time your aged fathers death 585 Will bryng a time when you shall well requite Their frendlie fauour, or their hatefull spite, Yea, or their slackenesse to auaunce your cause. Wise men do not so...show more

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  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 91g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236639936
  • 9781236639936