The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, Now First Collected Volume 1; Some account of Shirley and his writings. Commendatory verses on ... The brothers. The witty fair one. The we

 
9781236356680: The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, Now First Collected Volume 1; Some account of Shirley and his writings. Commendatory verses on ... The brothers. The witty fair one. The we

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. 1833 Excerpt: ... our children are not safe From thieves and robbers? None of us can chal-lenge Such right to wealth and fortunes of the world, Being things without us; but our children are Essential to us, and participate Of what we are: part of our very nature, Ourselves, but cast into a younger mould, And can we promise but so weak assurance Of so near treasures? Oh, Vilarezo, shall Thy age be trampled on? no, it shall not; 1 Sfor. Enough, not a masty on the castle wallt i. e. a mat tiff, Sforza's term for the guns upon the ramparts. Just before he had called them bulk. I will be known a father; Portugal Shall not report this infamy unreveng'd: It will be a bar in Vilarezo's arms Past all posterity. Enter Catalina. Come, Catalina, thou wilt stay with me; Prepare to welcome home Sebastiano, Whom I expect with honour, and that baggage Ambitious girl, Berinthia. Cata. Alas, sir; censure not her too soon, Till she appear guilty. Vila. Here's thy virtue still, To excuse her, Catalina; no, believe it, She's naught, past hope. I have an eye can see Into her very heart; thou art too innocent. Enter Velasco. Velasco, welcome, too; Berinthia Is not come home yet, but we shall see her Brought back with shame; and is't not justice? ha? What can be shame enough? Vel. Your daughter, sir! Vila. My daughter! do not call her so; she has not True blood of Vilarezo in her veins; She makes herself a bastard, and deserves To be cut off like a diserder'd branch,. Disgracing the fair tree she springeth from. Vel. Lay not so great a burthen on Berinthia; Her nature knows not to degenerate; Upon my life she was not yielding to The injurious action; if Antonio Have play'd the thief, let your revenge fall there, Which were I trusted with, although I doubt not Sebastiano's fury, he should feel it M...

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