The Thracian Wonder, by J. Webster and Rowley. the English Traveller

The Thracian Wonder, by J. Webster and Rowley. the English Traveller

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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. 1816 edition. Excerpt: ...Ger. Go, take her up, whom thou hast oft thrown down, Villain!.Dal. That was no language from a friend, It had too harsh an accent: But how's this? My mistress thus low cast upon the earth, Grovelling, and breathless: mistress! lady! sweet! Wije. Oh, tell me if thy name be Geraldine, Thy very looks will kill me? Dal. View me well, I am no such man; see, I am Dalavel. Wife. Thou'rt then a devil, that presents be fore me. My horrid sins; persuades me to despair; When he, like a good angel sent from heaven, Besought me of repentance: swell, sick heart, Even till thou burst the ribs that bound thee in: Sinks down. Even till thy blood distil out of mine eyes, To witness my great sorrow. Faintst Dal. Faint again! ' Some help within there! no attendant near? Thus to expire, in this I am more wretched Than all the sweet fruition of her love' Before could make me happy. Enter WINCOT, OLD GERALDINE, YOUNG GERALDINE, the two LIONELS, RIco'r, OWNER, PRUDENTILLA, REIGNALD, and CLowN. Winc. What was he Clamour'd so loud, to mingle with our mirth This terror and affright? Dal. See, sir, your wife In these my arms expiring. Winc.. How? Prud. My sister? Winc. Support her!.and by all means possible Provide for her dear safety. O. Ger. See, she recovers. Winc. Woman, look up. Wife. Oh, sir, your pardon! Convey me to my chamber, I am sick, Sick even to death. ( To Dal.) Away, thou sycophant! Out of my sight! I have, besides thyself, Too many sins about me. Clown. My sweet mistress The Wife is lead of by the Clown and Prudentilla. Dal. The storm's coming, I must provide for harbour. Ea7it. O. Lio. What strange and sudden alterations this! How quickly is this clear day overcast! But such and so uncertain are all things, That...show more

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  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236835581
  • 9781236835581