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The Castle of Andalusia a Comic Opera, in Three Acts
No preview available - 2016
The Castle of Andalusia: A Comic Opera, in Three Acts (Classic Reprint)
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Amelia Banks Blandish Burleigh captain Casey castle Celia charming Chignon Cliff Clifford Colonel Epaulette Comedy d'ye daughter dear devil Don Alph Don Ccesar Don Fer Don Fernando Don Juan Don Scipio Eliz Enter Don Enter Lady Essex Exeunt Exit father fellow feyther Fontainbleau gentleman give hand Harry heart Heaven Henry here's honest honour Isab Jane John Dory JOHN O'KEEFFE Lack Lackland Lady Amaranth Lady Emily ladyship Lepoche look Lord G Lord Gayville ma'am Madam master Miss Alscrip Miss Alton Miss Dolly monsieur Nannette never Nottingham Pedrillo poor portmanteau pray Prompt purse queen rascal Rightly Rosa Rover SCENE servant Sir Clement Sir Geo Sir George Sir J. B. Sir John soul Southampton Spado Squire sure Tall Tallyho tell thee thou Twitch Waiter what's wish young Zelva Zounds
Page 48 - Lady Am. This is one ; mark ! [Reads.] " Not the king's crown, nor the deputed sword, the marshal's truncheon, nor the judge's robe, become them with one half so good a grace as mercy doth. Oh, think on that, and mercy then will breathe within your lips like man new made
Page 34 - Since you will buckle fortune on my back, to bear her burden, whether I will or no, I must have patience to endure the load ; but if black scandal, or foul faced" John. Black ! my foul face was as fair as
Page 37 - Excellent wench ! perdition catch my soul, but I do love thee, and when I love thee not chaos is come again.
Page 54 - besides, if you love each other,—I tell you— Rover. Hang her fortune ! " My love more noble than the world, prizes not quantity of dirty lands." Oh, Dick, she's the most lovely—she is female beauty in its genuine decoration. [Exit. Harry. Ha, ha, ha ! this is the drollest—Rover little suspects, that I am the identical Squire Thunder, that he personates—I'll lend him my character a little
Page 17 - Canst thou forget, what tears that moment fell, When, warm in youth, I bade the world farewell! As with cold lips I kiss'd the sacred veil, The shrines all trembled, and the lamps grew pale.
Page 49 - You sacrilegious thief, that, from a shelf the precious diadem stole, and put it in thy pocket!
Page 38 - If I were now to die, 'twere now to be most happy." " Let our senses dance in concert to the joyful minutes, and this, and this, the only discord make." [Embracing. Enter JANE, -with cake and wine. Jane. Ma'am,
Page 16 - A master I have, and I am his man, Galloping, dreary dun, And he'll get a wife as fast as he can, With a haily, gaily, gambo raily, Giggling, niggling, Galloping galloway, draggle tail, dreary dun. I saddled