The Works of the Right Honourable

The Works of the Right Honourable

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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. 1722 edition. Excerpt: ...Quires combining Wtthgentle murm'ringstreams, And winds in confort joining, BAifefadly-pleafing dreams. 4 (Ex. of. Sir Trusty folus. What savage Tiger would not pity A Damsel sq distress'dand pretty! But hah lasoundmy Bow'rinvades, ( Trumpetsjkurijh. And echoes through the winding shades; 'Tisifejwys march thetunelknpw: A Messenger! It must be.so. Enter Messenger. Mess. Great Henry comes! with love opprest; Prepare to lodge the Royal Guest. From purple sields with slaughter spread, From rivers choak'd with heaps of dead, From glorious and immortal toils, Loaden with Honour, rich with spoils, Great Henry comes! Prepare thy Bow'r To lodge the mighty Conquerour. '. Sir Tr. The Bow'r and Lady both are drest, And ready to ceceive their Guest. Mejs. Hither the Victor flies (his Queen And Royal Progeny unseen) Soon as the Britisli mores he reached, Hither his foarning Courser stretched: And see! his eager steps prevent The Message that himself hath sent! Sir TV. Here will I stand With hat in hand Obsequiously to meet him, And must endeavour At behaviour That's suitable to greet him. Enter King Henry, after a flourifli ofTrumpets. King. Where is my Love! my Rofamond! Sir Tr. First, as in strictest duty bound, I kiss your Royal hand, --King. Where is my Life! my Rofamond! Sir7. Next with submission most profound, I welcome you to land. King. Where is the tender, charming Fair I Sir Tr. Let me appear, Great Sir, I pray Methodical in what I fay. King. Where is my Love, O tell me where'. Sir Tr. For when we have a Prince's ear, We should have wit To know what's sit For us to speak, and him to hear. King. These dull delays 1 cannot bear, Where is my Love, O tell me where! Sir Tr. I speak, Great Sir, with weeping eyes, She raves, alas! she faints, she dies...show more

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  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236607260
  • 9781236607263