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Adam Adieu Arthur Erskine Beelzebub blood brave breath brother conscience Countess cruel curses Dalgliesh dead deadly dear death deed Devil devilry doth Douglas Earl of Moray Earl of Rothes enemies Enter Bothwell Enter Darnley evil Exeunt Exit Moray faith Fawdonside fear Fleming fool Glasgow Grace grant hate hath hear heart Heaven Hepburn Holyrood honest honour Hubert Huntley iniquity kind King Kirk-o'-field knaves Lethington liberty Lindsay live look Lord Bothwell Lord Darnley Lord Fleming Lord Ruthven lordship madam maids majesty Marry Mary Livingstone mercy merry Methinks misery Morton murder noble o'er palace pardon peace Peter Physician precious Queen Queen of Scotland repent Rizzio Rothes Ruthven Scene Semple Seton smile sore soul speak Standen swear sweet Taylor tell thank There's thing thought to-night treason true truth Twere twill unto villains Wilson wise words wrong Zounds
Page 67 - Ah ! Freedom is a noble thing ! Freedom makes man to have liking ! Freedom all solace to man gives : He lives at ease that freely lives...
Page 33 - And out and cam the thick thick bluid, And out and cam the thin ; And out and cam the bonny herts bluid ; Thair was nae life left in. Scho laid him on a dressing borde, And drest him like a swine, And laughing said, gae nou and pley With zour sweit play-feres nine.
Page 144 - Butler & Tanner, The Selwood Printing Works, Frome, and London. BY THE SAME AUTHOR. The True Action and Physiological Results of A Icohol.
Page 145 - Mr. Graham's King James the First is something more than a dramatic poem, and might with safety be put upon the stage. It is written in clear, nervous English, and abounds in interesting passages and situations.
Page 145 - So far as a careful perusal will enable us to judge, we should say that the tragedy is successful from both the dramatic and theatrical points of view.