Thomas Heywood The English Traveller

ISBN 13: 9781236063793

The English Traveller

 
9781236063793: The English Traveller

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: ...must know, Twas but to pleafe your humour, which began To grow into fome violence. Moun. I can forbeare no longer; Impudent Stroza, Thou art a Villaine, periur'd, and forfworne: That Duke dishonourable; and shee vnchast:, Besides, thou hyredst a Virgin in her roome; (Slaue as thou art) to bofome with the Prince; Gau'st her fiue hundred Crownes. That this is true, I will maintaine by combat. Stro. That I did this? Hee lies below his entrayles, That dares to braue mee with fuch a proud affront: And in the honour of my Prince and Countrey I will approoue thee recreant. Prin. A strife, that nought faue combat can deside, The caufe fo full of doubts, and intricate. See, they are both arm'd, and euenly, without odds, Saue what the iustice of the caufe can yeeld. Exit Mounsieur and Stroza. Enter Prince Parma. Par. Bee't no intrufion held, if a strange Prince (Setting behind, all complementall leaue) Amongst strange Princes enters: Let me know Which is the Prince of Florence f Prince. Wee are hee. Parm. And Parma? Iuli. Parma? Prince. Excufe mee Sir, I know him not: But if I much mistake not, Wee are late indebted to you for a prefent. Parm. It was a gift, I should bee loath to part with, But vpon good conditions. Am I then To all a stranger: Doe you not know mee Lady? Milla. Heare him not fpeake, I charge thee by thine honor 1 Prince. Parma fpeake, and if thy fpeech was bent to mee 1 Parm. Ere I proceede, let mee behold this babe; Nere a Nurfe heere? Pray hand it you fweete Lady, Till I find out a Mother. Milla. Touch it not, I charge thee on my blefsing. Iulia. Pardon Sir, It well becomes my handling. Prince. Parma proceede. Parm. Then Florence know, thou hast wronjti me beyond thought; Shipwrackt my Honour, and my Fame; nay strumpeted Her, whom I tearme my Bride...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 82 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 7.3in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: . . . must know, Twas but to pleafe your humour, which began To grow into fome violence. Moun. I can forbeare no longer; Impudent Stroza, Thou art a Villaine, periurd, and forfworne: That Duke dishonourable; and shee vnchast: , Besides, thou hyredst a Virgin in her roome; (Slaue as thou art) to bofome with the Prince; Gaust her fiue hundred Crownes. That this is true, I will maintaine by combat. Stro. That I did this Hee lies below his entrayles, That dares to braue mee with fuch a proud affront: And in the honour of my Prince and Countrey I will approoue thee recreant. Prin. A strife, that nought faue combat can deside, The caufe fo full of doubts, and intricate. See, they are both armd, and euenly, without odds, Saue what the iustice of the caufe can yeeld. Exit Mounsieur and Stroza. Enter Prince Parma. Par. Beet no intrufion held, if a strange Prince (Setting behind, all complementall leaue) Amongst strange Princes enters: Let me know Which is the Prince of Florence f Prince. Wee are hee. Parm. And Parma Iuli. Parma Prince. Excufe mee Sir, I know him not: But if I much mistake not, Wee are late indebted to you for a prefent. Parm. It was a gift, I should bee loath to part with, But vpon good conditions. Am I then To all a stranger: Doe you not know mee Lady Milla. Heare him not fpeake, I charge thee by thine honor 1 Prince. Parma fpeake, and if thy fpeech was bent to mee 1 Parm. Ere I proceede, let mee behold this babe; Nere a Nurfe heere Pray hand it you fweete Lady, Till I find out a Mother. Milla. Touch it not, I charge thee on my blefsing. Iulia. Pardon Sir, It well becomes my handling. Prince. Parma proceede. Parm. Then Florence know, thou hast wronjti me beyond thought; Shipwrackt my Honour, and my Fame; nay strumpeted Her, whom I tearme my Bride. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236063793

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