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Corrupt the purity of knowledge ; wrest
Priest. "T is melancholy, and too fond indulgence
Ray. The care! the scorn he throws on me.
Priest. Fy! fy!
Priest. Your fantasy
Ray. Very likely! when pray?
to an excessive rate i' the city.
Ray. He may come.
kind's foil ! Time whips thee from the world, kicks thee, and
scorns thee. Fol. Whip me from the world ! why whip? am I Vol. 11.-9
You may talk forward.—If it take,' 't is clear;
Adur. You labour
Aur. Fine ones! I take you
Aur. Yet you must not
Adur. For that, your pleasure.
Aur. Come, Fight for thy wife at home, my Auria !"-Yes, We can fight, my Spinella, when thine honour Relies upon a champion.
Trel. My lord,
Aur. Be not loud; convey them
[Exeunt. 1 These musings of Auria will be better understood when the second scene of the finn act comes under the perusal of the reader. then be seen that Auria, as a means of freeing every circumstance of jealousy and suspicion, is projecting a marriage between Adurni and Castanna.
Fol. No matter what; what are you?
Ray. Not as you are, I thank my better fates; I am grandchild to the Sun.
Fol. And I am cousin-german, some two or three hundred removes off, to the Moon, and my name is Folly.
Ray. Folly, sir! of what quality ?
Fol. Quality! any quality in fashion; drinking, singing, dancing, dicing, swearing, roaring, lying, cogging, canting, et cetera. Will you have any more?
Ray. You have a merry heart, if you can guide it.
Fol. Yes, 'faith; so, so: I laugh not at those whom I fear, I fear not those whom I love ; and I love not any whom I laugh not at: pretty strange humour is 't not?
Ray. To any one that knows you not, it is.
Fol. Away, away! I have no such meaning, indeed, la!
[Music of Recorders. Priest. Hark! the fair hour is come; draw to the altar, And, with amazement, reverence, and comfort, Behold the broad-eyed lamp of heaven descending ! Stand!
Sun. We know thy cares; appear to give release :
Ray. Fair-beam'd sir!
Was ever such a tatter'd rag of man's flesh,
Mart. A sweet couple !
Ben. We are so: for mine own part, however my outside appear ungay, I have wrestled with death, signor Martino, to preserve your sleeps, and such as you are, untroubled. A soldier is in peace a mockery, a very town-bull for laughter; unthrifts, and landed babies are prey curmudgeons lay their baits for. Let the wars rattle about your ears once, and the security of a soldier is right honourable among ye then; that day may shine again. So to my business.
Mart. A soldier! thou a soldier!
Ben. Let age and dotage rage together! Levidolche, thou art mine ; on what conditions, the world shall soon witness : yet since our hands join'd, I have not interessed? my possession of thy bed; nor till I have accounted to thy injunction, do I mean: kiss me quick, and resolute, so !-adieu, signor!
Lev. Dear, for love's sake, stay.
For a tumbler.] A species of hound, a mongrel greyhound.
2 Johnson considers this word as synonymous with interest, but in some of the examples which he gives, and in many others which might be produced, it seems to convey an idea of a more intimate connexion than is usually understood by that term; somewhat, for instanoe, like implicate, involve, inweave, &c.-GIFFORD.
Ben. Forbear entreaties.
[Exit. Mart. Ah, thou—but what? I know not how to
Lev. With pardon,
Mart. 'Tis impossible ;
Mart. Benatzi! this the man ?
Lev. No odd disguise
Mart. Force of passion
Lev. Join with me, sir;
nest. I'll tell you what conditions threaten danger,