1 edition of The works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher found in the catalog.
Portraits: G. Vertue, sculp.
|Statement||Collated with all the former editions, and corrected. With notes, critical and explanatory, by Mr. Theobald, Mr. Seward, and Mr. Sympson|
|Contributions||Fletcher, John, 1579-1625, Vertue, George, 1684-1756|
|LC Classifications||PR2421 .T45 1750|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||53051549|
I've red of Deer, but yet I nere eat any. Faith Yes, and a cleare sweet spirit. That use I'll make; he that neglects a blessing, though he want a present knowledge how to use it, neglects himself. Now I perceive what 'tis that wooes a woman, and what maintains her when she's woo'd: I'll stop here. He had never wanted, Or yours, or your assistance, had he practis'd The way he might have took, to have commanded, Whatever I call mine. You speak nothing [Pg 9] But what would well become the wisest man: And that by you deliver'd is so pleasing That I could hear you ever.
And that faire woman too? And Ile rest w'yee, You shall see what rest 'twill be: Are ye so nimble? No, thou shalt not stay, Thou shalt have a brave dinner too. What jewels I have in you! Hang all buts; my Lord, For this your bounteous favour— Nean.
No, he has a book, A faire one too to read on, and read wonders, I would thou hadst her in thy studie Nephew, And 'twere but to new string her. Since you will compell me To put that to the tryal, which I doubt not, Crates, may be, suddainly will instruct you How, and in what to shew your loves; obey him As you would bind me to you. I've too much woman in me. Would I were rid of it, so it were fairlie. Four of these were entered to Moseley in the Stationers' Register between andpossibly with the intent of printing them in the second folio: Cardenio Shakespeare and Fletcher?
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That for the trifling courtesies, as I call them, [Pg 8] Though you give them another name you had Made ample satisfaction in th' acceptance, And therefore did presume you had brought home Some other Language.
At your pleasure Madam. What a skirvie trick's this? Yes, you must study still, and he'l maintain you. Is this a son to sacrifice? It hath pleas'd your father To match me to a maid of his owne choosing, I doubt her constellation's loose too, and wants nailing, And a sweet farme he has given us a mile off Sir.
The young man his delights, The merchant when he ploughs the angrie sea up, And sees the mountaine billows failling on him, As if all Elements, and all their angers Were turn'd into one vow'd destruction; Shall not with greater joy embrace his safetie.
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No, no, th'are Opticks to delude mens eyes with. To passe the Land I have, Sir, Unto your younger brother. Rate up your dinner Sir, and sell it cheape, Some younger brother will take 't up in commodities.
Thou despis'd poor fellow! I doe confess my brother's a handsome Gentleman, But he shall give me leave to lead the way Ladie, Can you love for love, and make that the reward? Ye have no more spirit than three sleepy sopes. Now I perceive what 'tis that wooes a woman, and what maintains her when she's woo'd: I'll stop here.
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