Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Complete in Two Volumes

Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Complete in Two Volumes

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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. 1863 edition. Excerpt: ...look you; They came with Hercules from Palestine, And hence are thieves and vagrants, Sir Alcalde, j As the Simoniacs from Simon Magus. And, look you, as Fray Jay me Bleda says, There are a hundred marks to prove a Moor Is not a Christian, so 't is with the Gipsies. They never marry, never go to mass, Never baptize their children, nor keep Lent, Nor see the inside of a church, --nor--nor--Cres. Good reasons, good, substantial reasons all I No matter for the other ninety-five. They should be burnt, I see it plain enough, They should be burnt. Enter Victorian and Hyyoiato playing. Padre. And pray, whom have we here? Cres. More vagrants! By Saint Lazarus, more vagrants! Hyp. Good evening, gentlemen! Is this Guad arrama? Padre. Yes, Guadarrama, and good evening to you. Hyp. We seek the Padre Cura of the village; And, judging from your dress and reverend mien, You must be he. Padre. I am. Pray, what's your pleasure? Hyp. We are poor students, travelling in vacation. You know this mark? Touching the wooden spoon in his hat-hand.' Padre I joyfully'. Ay, know it, and have worn it. " Cres. aside." Soup-eaters! by the mass! The worst of vagrants! And there 's no law against them. Sir, your servant. Exit. Padre. Your servant, Pedro Crespo. THE SPANISH STUDENT. 205 Hyp. Padre Cura, From the first moment I beheld your face, L said within myself, u This is the man! " There is a certain something in your looks, certain scholar-like and studious something, --ou understand, --which cannot be mistaken; Which marks you as a very learned man, Ji fine, as one of us. Vict, aside. What impudence! Hyp. As we approached, I said to my companion, ' That is the Padre Cura; mark my words! " Meaning your Grace. " The other man," said I ' Who sits so awkwardly upon the bench, ...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236658067