May day, by George Chapman. Spanish gipsy; The changeling, by T. Middleton and W. Rowley. More dissemblers besides women, by T. Middleton

Whittingham and Rowland, 1815

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Seite 273 - Sirrah, no more ! I see you have discovered This love's knight errant, who hath made adventure For purchase of my love ; be silent, mute, Mute as a statue, or his injunction For me enjoying, shall be to cut thy throat ; I'll do it, though for no other purpose, And be sure he'll not refuse it. LoL My share, that's all, I'll have my fool's part with you.
Seite 299 - But you are, as sure as I am mad: Have I put on this habit of a frantic, With love as full of fury, to beguile The nimble eye of watchful jealousy, And am I thus rewarded ? ANT.
Seite 252 - The place is my charge ; you have kept your hour, And the reward of a just meeting bless you ! I hear my lady coming : complete gentleman, I dare not be too busy with my praises, They're dangerous things to deal with. [Exit. Als. This goes well ; These women are the ladies' cabinets, Things of most precious trust are lock'd into 'em.
Seite 270 - Fie, out again! I had rather you kept Your other posture ; you become not your tongue When you speak from your clothes. Ant. How can he freeze, Lives near so sweet a warmth ? shall I alone Walk through the orchard of the Hesperides, And cowardly not dare to pull an apple ? This with the red cheeks I must venture for.
Seite 273 - What should I fear, Having all joys about me? Do you smile, And love shall play the wanton on your lip, Meet and retire, retire and meet again: Look you but cheerfully, and in your eyes I shall behold mine own deformity, And dress myself up fairer; I know this shape Becomes me not—
Seite 266 - Fran. Luna is now big-bellied, and there's room For both of us to ride with Hecate ; I'll drag thee up into her silver sphere, And there we'll kick the dog — and beat the bush...
Seite 390 - If one has money, he disburses, Whilst some tell fortunes, some pick purses. « Rather than be out of use, , We'll steal garters, hose, or shoes, Boots, or spurs with gingling rowels, Shirts or napkins, smocks or towels. Come live with us, come live with us, All you that love your eases ; He that's a gipsy, May be drunk or tipsy, At what hour he pleases.
Seite 245 - That bosom well who of his thoughts partakes, Proves most discreet in every choice he makes. Methinks I love now with the eyes of judgment, And see the way to merit, clearly see it.
Seite 291 - You must look To answer for that word, sir. TOM. Fear you not, I'll have it ready drawn at our next meeting. Keep your day solemn; farewell, I disturb it not; I'll bear the smart with patience for a time. [Exit.
Seite 324 - All we can do to comfort one another, To stay a brother's sorrow for a brother, To dry a child from the kind father's eyes, Is to no purpose, it rather multiplies : Your only smiles have power to cause re-live The dead again, or in their rooms to give Brother a new brother, father a child ; If these appear, all griefs are reconciled.

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