Satiro-Mastix, Or, the Vntrussing of the Humorous Poet Volume 3

Satiro-Mastix, Or, the Vntrussing of the Humorous Poet 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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...your Reuels life, tho she be gone, To Court with all your preparation; Leade on, and leade her on; if any aske The mistery, say death presents a maske, 2280 Ring peales of Musicke, you are Louers belles, The losse of one heauen, brings a thousand hels. Exeunt. Enter an arm'd Sewer, after him the seruice of a Banquet: the King at another doore meetes them, they Exeunt. Kin. Why so, euen thus the Mercury of Heauen, 2285 Vshers th' ambrosiate banquet of the Gods, When a long traine of Angels in a ranke, Serue the first course, and bow their Christall knees, Before the Siluer table; where Ioues page Sweet Ganimed filles Nectar: when the Gods 2290 Drinke healthes to Kings, they pledge them; none but Kings Dare pledge the Gods; none but Gods drinke to Kings. Men of our house are we prepar'd? Ser. My Leige, 2295 All waite the presence of the Bride. Kin. The Bride? Yea, euery senceles thing, which she beholdes, Will looke on her agen, her eyes reflection, Will make the walles all eyes, with her perfection: 2300 Obserue me now, because of Maskes and Reuels, And many nuptiall ceremonies: Marke, ' This I create the Presence, heere the State, Our Kingdomes seate, shall sit in honours Pride, Like pleasures Queene, there will I place the Bride: 2305 Be gone, be speedy, let me see it done. Exeunt. A King in Loue, is Steward to himselfe, And neuer scornes the office, my selfe buy, All glances from the Market of her eye. Soft M usicke, chaire is set vnder a Carzojn-'e. 2310 Kin. Sound Musicke, thou sweet suiter to the ayre, Now wooe the ayre agen, this is the houre, Writ in the Calender of time, this houre, Musicke shall spend, the next and next the Bride; Her tongue will read the Musicke-Lecture: Vat 2315 I loue thee Wat, more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236781775
  • 9781236781772