The Dramatic Works And Poems Of James Shirley, (volume 5); The Gentleman Of Venice. The Politican…

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byJames Shirley

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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. 1833. Excerpt: ... To heighten me; let me but hear the king Will have it, and secure me. Goth. Thou deserv'st him, And may'st a statue, for our great deliverer; Yet, now I have thought better on't, we may Save trouble in Olaus' tragedy, And kill him through another. Aqu. Whom? Goth. One that Sits heavier on the king's heart, and dwells in it; Such a disease, as, if no resolute hand Cure him,--Aqu. I'll be his surgeon. Goth. When I name him,--One that has had no will to advance thee To thy deserts in wars; for all thy former And thy late services, rewarded with A dull command of captain! but, incens'd by Olaus now, who rules his heart, less hope To be repair'd in fortune.--Alb. Let him be The prince--Goth. 'Tishe! Aqu. It honours my attempt; And while his father holds him disobedient, I think him less than subject Goth. Disobedient! Look there. Shews a letter. Aqu. This is the prince's hand. Goth. But read his heart. Aqu. reads. Aqu. Impious! above the reach of common faith. I am satisfied; he must not live; the way 1 They would not trust me with his cup, to poison it. Shew me the way.--The king and queen! Goth. Let's study. Enter King and Marpisa. Marp. You hae a faithful servant in Gotharus. King. Upon his wisdom we depend. Goth. I have it; He shall die like a soldier; thus--Whispers. Marp. Their malice Doth only aim at me; and, if you please, To give me up a sacrifice to their fury--King. Notforathousandsons! mylifeand honours Must sit with thine, Marpisa. Aqu. Sir, 'tis done. Goth. This act shall make thee great.--The king and queen!--Look cheerful, royal sir, and think of honour To crown the merit of this captain; let No trouble shake a thought; he will deserve Your bosom, sir. King. He shall possess it. How, my Gotharus? Goth. Pray leave it to me; It is not ripe yet fo...

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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. 1833. Excerpt: ... To heighten me; let me but hear the king Will have it, and secure me. Goth. Thou deserv'st him, And may'st a statue, for our g...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.27 inPublished:February 6, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217075169

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