The Works of Ben Jonson; With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and Biographical Memoir Volume 6

The Works of Ben Jonson; With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and Biographical Memoir Volume 6

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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: ...mill---I think I am right----Are not you Much the miller's son P Much. I am. I Eg. And bailiff to brave Robin Hood? Jlluch. The same.-Eg. Close by your father's mills, Earine, Earine was drown'd! O my Earine! 4' And hang the bulled 110sega_1/s 'bove their hel1ds. Bulled, or bolled, signifies swelled, ready to break its inclosure; the bulled nosegays therefore are nosegays of flowers full blown. WHAL After " heads" aline appears from the context to be wanting; perhaps it was lost at the press. Old Maudlin tells me so, and Douce her daughter Have you swept the river, say you, and not found her? _ Much.-For fowl and fish, we have. Eg. 0, not for her! You are goodly friends l right charitable men l Nay, keep your way and leave me; make your 7 to s, Your talgs, your posies, that you talk'd of; all Your entertainments: you not injure me. Only if I may enjoy my cypress wreath, And you will let me weep, 'tis all I ask, Till I be turn'd to water, as was she! And troth, what less suit can you grant a man? Tuckil His phantasie is hurt, let us now leave rm; The Wound is yet too fresh to admit searching. Ewit. Eg. Searching! where should I search, or on what track P Can my slow drop of tears, or this dark shade About my brows, enough describe her loss! Earine!, O my Earine's loss! No, no, no, no; this heart will break first. George. How will this sad disaster strike the ears Of bounteous Robin Hood, our gentle master! 4 Much. How will it mar his mirth, abate his feast;.And strike a horror into every guest l 'E.z"ezmt George and Much. Eg. If I could knit whole clouds about my _ brows, And weep like Swithin, or those watery signs, The Kids, that rise then, and drown all the flocks Of those...show more

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  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 249g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236986121
  • 9781236986122