A Select Collection of Old Plays; In Twelve Volumes Volume 8

A Select Collection of Old Plays; In Twelve Volumes Volume 8

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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. 1825 edition. Excerpt: ...sights." Bacon. With me, my lord; and while I fit taycUeen; See where Prince Edward comes to welcome yotynrf-nj Gracious as the morning-star of heaven., ifri Enter Edward, Lacy, Warren, Ermsby) t=uM Emperor. Is this Prince Edward, Henry's royal son? How martial is the figure of his face!., i DI', ( Yet lovely and beset with amorets.---v Henry. Ned, where hast thou been?--, VV Edward. At Frem.ngham, my lord, to try your bucks If they could scape the teizers or the toil; But hearing of these lordly potentates Landed, and progress'd up to Oxford town, I posted to give entertain to them: Chief to the Almaine monarch; next to him, And joint with him, Castille, and Saxony, Are welcome as they may be to the English court, .1 Thus for the men; but see, Venus appears, -Or one that overmatcheth Venus in her shape! Sweet Elinor, beauty's high-swelling pride, Rich nature's glory, and her wealth once Fair of all fairs, welcome to Albion;, ? Welcome to me, and welcome to thine own, If that thou deign'st the welcome from myself. Elinor. Martial Plantagenet, Henry's high-minded sou, The mark that Elinor did count her aim, I lik'd thee 'fore I saw thee: now I love, And so as in so short time I may;., / Yet so, as time shall never break that so, And therefore so accept of Elinor..;, Castille. Fear not, my lord, this couple will agree, If love may creep into their wanton eyes: And therefore, Edward, I accept thee here, Without suspence, as my adopted son.-.-. jJrp Henry. Let me that joy in these consorting greets, j; And glory in these honours done to Ned, Yield thanks for all these favours to my son, And rest a true Plantagenet to all. Enter Miles with a cloth and trenchers, and salt. Miles. Salvete omnes Reges, That govern your greges, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236607139
  • 9781236607133