The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher; In Fourteen Volumes with an Introduction and Explanatory Notes Volume 4

The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher; In Fourteen Volumes with an Introduction and Explanatory Notes Volume 4

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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. 1812 edition. Excerpt: ...makes good his place. To the plains, to the woods, T 0 therocks, to the floods, -A T hey fly _/or succour. Follow, follow, follow! _ Hark how the soldiers hollow! Hey, hey! Brave Diocles is dead, 1 And all his soldiers fled, The 6attle's won, and lost, That many a life has cost. Mem. Now forward to the-temple. Ee'centsunt. Enter Cmux. Chi. Are you gone? How have I 'scaped this morning? By What miracle P Sure I'm ordain'd for some brave end.-'Enter Cms, disguised as the Princess, Cloe. How is it? Chi. Come; 'tis as well as eat; be. Cloe. But is it possible This should be true you tell me? Chi. 'Tis most certain._. Cloe. Such a gross ass to love the princess? b Chi. Peace! Pull your robe close about you. You are perfect In all I taught you? Cloe. Sure. Chi. 'Gods give thee good luck! 'Tis strange my brains should still be beating knavery, For_all these dangers; but they are needful mis chiefs, _ And such as are nuts to me, and I must do 'em. You will remember me? " Cloe. By this kiss, Chilax! Chi. No more of that; I fear another thunder. Cloe. We are not i' th' temple, /man. /-Enter Srmmx. Chi. Peace! here he comes, Now to our business handsomely. Away now!-Emit with Cr.oE. Sip.?Twas sure the princess, for he kneel'd unto her, I I And she look'd every way: I hope the oracle Has made me happy; me I hope she look'd for. Fortune, Ihwill so honour thee! Love, so adore ' t ee! ' I Re-enter CHILAX and CLoE, at the other side. She's here again; looks round about, again too; 'Tis done, I know 'tis done! 'Tis Chilax with her, And I shall know of him.---Who's that? Chi. Speak softly: The princess from the oracle. ' S212. Shshow more

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  • Paperback | 126 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 240g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236926439
  • 9781236926432