The Works of Mr. Francis Beaumont, and Mr. John Fletcher; In Ten Volumes. Collated with All the Former Editions, and Corrected. with Notes Critical and Explanatory Volume 5

The Works of Mr. Francis Beaumont, and Mr. John Fletcher; In Ten Volumes. Collated with All the Former Editions, and Corrected. with Notes Critical and Explanatory Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1750 edition. Excerpt: ...that thing stands! Bel. (47) It will if ye urge it. Bless your five Wits. Ros. Nay, 'prithee stay, I'll have thee. Bel. You must ask me Leave first, RoJ. Wilt thou use me kindly, And beat me but once a Week? Bel. If ye deserve no more. Ros. And wilt thou get me with Child? Bel. Dost thou ask me seriously? Ros. Yes indeed do I. Bel. Yes, I will get thee with Child, come presently, (47) Bell. It-will if ye urge '/. The want of a Negative makes And't be but in Revenge, I'll do thee that Courtesie. Well, if thou wilt fear God, and me, have at thee. Ros. I'll love ye, and I'll honour ye. Bel. I am pleas'd then. Mr. This Wild-Goose Chase is done, we have won o'both sides. Brother, your Love, and now to Church of all Hands; Let's lose no time. Pin. Our travelling, (48) lay by. Bel. No more for Italy; for the Low Countries I. Exeunt omnes. (43) layby. Bell. No more fir Italy, fir tie Low Countries. The Reading, which the present Edition exhibits, is Mr. Tbtobald'i, and an happy one it is, as it both com pleats the Sense, and keeps up the solemn Custom of not only the Play-Wrights of our Authors, but these of our present time, viz. of making (ach Drama conclude in a Jingle. A WIFE for a MONTH. A TEA GI-COMEDT. PROLOGUE. A Were so well season'd, to please ev'ry Guest; Ingenuous appetites, J hope we shall. And their Examples may prevail in all, Our noble Friend, who writ this, bid me fay, He'd rather dress, upon a Triumph-Day, My Lord Mayor's Feast, and make him Sauces too, Sauce for each several Mouth, nay further go, He'd rather build up those invincible Pies And Castle-Custards that affright all Eyes, Nay eat 'em all and their Artillery, Than dress for such a curious Company One single Dish; yet he has pleas'dye too, And you've confess'd he knew well...show more

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  • Paperback | 166 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 308g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236492951
  • 9781236492951