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 9

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 9

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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: ...Pris. Gratias, maximas gratias, benigniffime Domine. OldK. This is an ill Example for us, Sir; I would this bountiful Gentleman had not come this way to Day. Sir Greg. Pox, we must not shame ourselves now, X Sir i Sir; I'll give as much as that Gentleman, though. never be Soldier or Scholar while I live; here Friends, -ttese's a Piece, that if he were divided. would make a Pair of Angels for me too, in the Love I bear to the Sword and the Tongues.... Old K. My Largess shall be equal too, and much good do you; this Bounty is a little Abatement of my Wit though, I feel that, r T:: -!/' Ruin. May Soldiers ever defend such Charities. Pris. And Scholars pray for their Increase. 1 1 i. Old K. Fare you well; Sis, these Fellows may pray for you, you have made the Scholars Commons exceed to day, and a Word with you, Sir, you. said you liv'd by your Wksy if you use this Bouncy, you'll beggar your "Wits, believe it. Witty. Oh, Sir, 1 hope to encreafe 'em by it, this Seed never wants his Harvest; fare you well, Sir. Exit. Sir Greg. I think a Ma1n were as good meet with a reasonable I hies, as an unreasonable Beggar sometimes v I could find in my Heart to beg half mine back again: Can you change my Piece, my Friends I Pris. Tempora mutant ur, (3 nos mutamur i- Mis. Sir Greg. My Gold is turned into Latin. Re-enter Witty-pate. Witty. Look you, good Felsows, Here's one round Shilling more that lay conceaVd. Old K. Sir, away, we shall be drawn farther into Damage else. Sir Greg. A Pox of the Fool, . he live by his Witss? If his Wits leave him any Mony, but what he begs or steals very shortly, I'll be hang'd for him.. Exeunt the two Knights Ruin. This Breakfast Parcel was well ietch'd otf i- faith. Witty. Tush, a by-blow for Mirth, we must have better...show more

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  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236604423
  • 9781236604422