The Works of Ben Jonson; With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and Biographical Memoir Volume 5

The Works of Ben Jonson; With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and Biographical Memoir Volume 5

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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: ... Prettily well. Pick. Ay, he does kiss her, I like him. P. jun. My passion was clear contrary, and doubtful, I shook for fear, and yet I danced for joy, I had such motions as the sun-beams make Against a wall, ' or playing on a water, Or trembling vapour of a boiling pot---4 I had such motions as the sumbeams make _ Against a wall, &c. _ magno curarumflucluat wstu, Sicut aqua: tremulum labris ubi lumen aenis, Sole repercussum, aut radiantis imagine lunar, Omnia pervolitat late I0ca, jamque sub auras Erigitur, summiqueferit laquearia tecti. /Eneid, lib. viii. v. 25. In-the speech of Pecunia, just above, there is an allusion to a very beautiful passage in Apol. Rhodius, descriptive of the rising passion of Medea. P. sen. Tbat's not so good; it should havebeen a crucible With molten metal, she had understood it. I cannot talk, but I can love you, madam: Are these your gentlewomen? I love them too. Kisses them. And which is mistress Statute? mistress Band? They all kiss close, _the last stuck to my lips. Bro. It was my lady's chambermaid, soft Wax. P.jun. Soft lips she has, I am' sure on't. Mother Mortgage I'll owe a kiss, till she be younger. Statute, Sweet mistress Band, and honey little Wax, We must be better acquainted. Kisses them again. Sta. We are but servants, sir. Band. But whom her grace is so content to grace, We shall observe. War. And with all fit respect. Mor. In our poor places. T/V0.2'. Being her grace's shadows. A fine, well-spoken family!-What's thy name P Bro. Broker. P._jzm, Methinks my uncle should not need thee, ' Who is a crafty knave enough, believe it. Aside to Broker. Art thou her grace's steward? Bro. No, her usher, sir. P._jun. What, of the hall? thou...show more

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 227g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236914805
  • 9781236914804