The Works of George Peele Volume 2

The Works of George Peele Volume 2

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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. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...thy father's royal grace. f2/li. My Clamydes, do embrace Thy uliana, whose heart thou hast till vital race be run, Sith for her sake so venturously this deed by thee was done: Ah, welcome home, my faithful knight! 230 B. Sans-foy. Gramercies, noble lady bright. King of D. Well, uliana, in our court your lover cause to stay: For all our nobles we will send against your nuptial day. Go carry him to take his rest. fuli. I shall obey your grace's hest.--Come, my Clamydes, go with me in court your rest to take. B. Sansfiy. I thank you, lady; now I see account of me you make. Exeunt ULIANA and BRYAN SANS-FOY.-King of D. Well, my queen, sith daughter ours hath chosen such a make,1 The terror of whose valiant heart may cause our foes to quake, 239 Come, let us presently depart, and, as we did decree, For all our nobles will we send, their nuptials for to see. Queen r9' D. As pleaseth thee, thy lady queen, O king, is well agreed. First Lord. May it please your graces to arrest,2 for, 10, with posting speed A messenger doth enter place. King of D. Then will we stay to know the case. 1 Mate. 3 $0? Enter Nnnoms disguised as a page. Nero. The mighty powers, renowned prince, preserve your state for aye! King [fD. Messenger, thou art welcome: what hast thou to say? A/'ero. Sir Clyomon, your noble son, Knight of the Golden Shield, Who for his valiant victories in town and eke in field Is famed through the world, to your court doth now return, 250 And hath sent me before to court, your grace for to inform. King of D. Ah messenger, declare, is1 this of truth the which that thou hast told? Nero. It is most true, O noble king, you may thereof be bold. King of D. Ah joy of joys, surpassing all! what joy is this to me, My Clyomon in...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236743938
  • 9781236743930