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The Royal King, and Loyal Subject. a Woman Killed with Kindness
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AUDLEY Barron Field Bawd blood bounty bride brother Capt Chest Chester Clin Clinton Clown Cock command Court courtesy Cran Cripplegate daughter dear doth dower Enter Captain Bonville Enter Sir Exeunt Exit fair father favour fortunes Frank friends Gent gentlemen give grace grief hand hate hath heart Heaven Heywood honour Host husband J. P. Collier Jenkin Kath keep lady liege lord Lord Marshal Malby Marshal Master Cranwell Master Frankford Master Wendoll Match Mistress Frankford never Nicholas Nick noble old copy pardon Patient Grissell Peter Cunningham play pray Prince Princess Queen ragged royal scorn Servant SHAFTON Shakespeare Sir CHARLES MOUNTFORD Sir F Sir FRANCIS ACTON Sisly sister soul speak stand suit Susan sweet thee there's thine Thomas Heywood thou hast Twas unto virtue Whore wife WILLIAM AYRTON Woman Killed word Wrexham Zounds
Page 159 - I'm now bound, I was so impudent to wish you here ; And once more beg your pardon. Oh ! good man. And father to my children, pardon me. Pardon, O pardon me : my fault so heinous is, That if you in this world forgive it not, Heaven will not clear it in the world to come. Faintness hath so...
Page 141 - tis my master's, ('sblood ! that he makes me swear) I would have placed his action, enter'd there ; I would, I would. Re-enter FRANKFORD. Frank. Oh! oh ! Nich. Master, 'sblood ! Master, master ! Frank. Oh, me unhappy ! I have found them lying Close in each other's arms, and fast asleep. But that I would not damn two precious souls, Bought with my Saviour's blood, and send them, laden With all their scarlet sins upon their backs, Unto a fearful judgment, their two lives Had met upon my rapier.
Page 122 - Twas but a thankless office, and perhaps As much as is my service, or my life is worth. All this I know, but this, and more, More by a thousand dangers, could not hire me To smother such a heinous wrong from you. I saw, and I have said.
Page 143 - I'll blush for thee. [39 Now, I protest, I think 'tis I am tainted. For I am most ashamed; and 'tis more hard For me to look upon thy guilty face Than on the sun's clear brow. What! Wouldst thou speak?
Page 143 - When drag me by the hair ? Though I deserve a thousand, thousand fold, More than you can inflict — yet, once my husband, For womanhood, to which I am a shame...
Page 152 - Master Cranwell, Oft hath she made this melancholy wood (Now mute and dumb for her disastrous chance) Speak sweetly many a note, sound many a strain...
Page 101 - God's sake, agree of something : if you like not that, put it to the musicians ; or let me speak for all, and we'll have Sellenger's round.
Page 108 - Zounds ! I could fight with him, yet know not why ; The devil and he are all one in mine eye.
Page 106 - And stained with plashing. Sure, he rid in fear, Or for a wager. Horse and man both sweat; I ne'er saw two in such a smoking heat. Frank. Entreat him in: about it instantly! [Exit NICHOLAS] This Wendoll I have noted, and his carriage Hath...