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My friends were poor, but honest; so's my love :
The sun, that looks upon his worshipper,
To her, whose state is such, that cannot chuse · But lend and give, where she is sure to lose ;
That seeks not to find that, her search implies,
Count. Had you not lately an intent, speak truly,
Hel. Madam, I had.
Hel. I will tell truth; by grace itself, I swear.
& captious and intenible)-capable of receiving, but not of retaining. he lack not to lose]-cease not to love. i cites]-hews, proves. k your Dian]—Diana in your person.
For general sovereignty; and that he willid me
Count. This was your motive
Hel. My lord your son made me to think of this;
Count. But think you, Helen,
Hel. There's something " hints,
Count. Dost thou believe't ?
· As notes, &c.]-receipts, wherein more was contain'd than met the eye.
m Embowelld of their doctrine, ]-Having exhausted their skill.
Hel. Ay, madam, knowingly.
Count. Why, Helen, thou shalt have my leave, and love, Means, and attendants, and my loving greetings To those of mine in court ; I'll stay at home, And pray God's blessing Pupon thy attempt : Be gone to-morrow; and be sure of this, What I can help thee to, thou shalt not miss. [Exeunt.
A CT II. SCENE I.
The Court of France.
i Lord. 'Tis our hope, sir,
King. No, no, it cannot be ; and yet a my heart
9 my heart will not confess, he owes the malady that does my life bepiege. ]—will not subscribe to the opinion that my disease is mortal ; is wliole under it.
(Thce 'bated, &c.]—Those degenerate states, that were formed out of the ruins of the Roman empire..
of the last monarchy) see, that you come
2 Lord. Health at your bidding, serve your majesty!
King. Those girls of Italy, take heed of them ;
Both. Our hearts receive your warnings.
(The King retires to a couch.
Ber. I am "commanded here, and kept a coil with; Too young, and the next year, and 'tis too early.
Par. An thy mind Itand to it, boy, steal away bravely.
Ber. I shall stay here the forehorse to a smock,
i Lord. There's honour in the theft.
you serve)-you are soldiers. o commanded here, and kept a coil with;]-confined to the court, and made much ado with ; and when I urge a wish to engage in the wars, I am told that I am too young, &c.
w forehorse to a smock]-under petticoat government.
Par. Noble heroes, my sword and yours are kin. Good sparks and lustrous, a word, good metals :-You shall find in the regiment of the Spinii, one captain Spurio, y with his cicatrice, an emblem of war, here on his sinister cheek; it was this very sword ? entrench'd it ; say to him, I live; and observe his reports for me,
2 Lord. We shall, noble captain.
Par. Mars doat on you for his novices ! what will you do?
Ber. Stay; the king
Par. Use a more spacious ceremony to the noble lords; you have restrain'd yourself within the list of too cold an adieu : be more expressive to them; for ^ they wear themselves in the cap of the time, there do muster true gait, eat, speak, and move under the influence of the most receiv'd star; and though the devil lead the measure, such are to be follow'd: after them, and take a more dilated farewel.
Ber. And I will do so.
Par. Worthy fellows; and like to prove most sinewy sword-men.
Laf. Then here's a man
y he's cicatriced with. z entrench'd it;]—made that wound.
a they wear themselves in the cap of the time, there do mufter true gait,]-are ever in the pink of the mode; they do master, &c.—they regulate their whole behaviour by the standard of the most prevailing. fashion.
o brought his pardon.-a fair apology for his intrusion-bought.