Recently Recovered "Lost" Tudor Plays; With Some Others, Comprising Mankind--Nature--Wit and Science--Respublica--Wealth and Health--Impatient Poverty--John the Evangelist--Note-Book and Word-List

Recently Recovered "Lost" Tudor Plays; With Some Others, Comprising Mankind--Nature--Wit and Science--Respublica--Wealth and Health--Impatient Poverty--John the Evangelist--Note-Book and Word-List

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...for this time, immortal thanks to To God, and your Sovereign, which do you thus relieve. Resp. Thanks be to Thee, O Lord! which hast this world wrought, And hast me to this state from utter ruin brought. Pax. Now let us all together, both with heart and voice, In God and in Queen Mary most joyfully rejoice. Ver. Praying that her reign, most graciously begun, May long years endure, as hitherto it hath done. Just. Pray we for her Council, to have long life and health, Their sovereign to serve. Pax. And to maintain Commonwealth. Omnes. Amen! Cantant et exeant. Finis. reduced Facsimile of the Title-page of " Wealth and Health" from the unique recently recovered copy of the Play now in the British Museum. An Interlude Of WEALTH AND HEALTH VERY MERRY AND FULL OF PASTiME, NEWLY AT THiS TiME IMPRiNTED K)t flames of tfjc lagers: Extract From The Stat. Reg. i557 arber I. 75 To master John wally these bokes Called Welth and helthe / the treatise of the ffrere and the boye / stems puer ad mensam another of youghte charyte and humylyte an a b c for cheldren in englesshe with syllabes also a boke called an hundreth mery tayles ij A2, r. Here entereth Wealth and Health singing together a ballot of two parts, and after speaketh Wealth. Wealth. Why is there no courtesy now I am come? I trow that all-the people be dumb; Or else, so God help me and halidom! They were almost asleep. No words I heard, nor yet no talking; No instrument went, nor ballats singing; What ails you all, thus to sit dreaming? Of whom take ye care? Of my coming ye may be glad; Therefore, I pray you be not sad, For all your desire shall be had: I can amend your cheer. By God! I think ye have forgotten me. I am Wealth of this realm; look upon me! For I am to every man loving and...show more

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  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 213g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236542975
  • 9781236542977