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Item, I give and bequeath unto my said daughter Judith one-hundred-and-fifty pounds more, if she, or any issue of her body, be living at the end of three years next ensuing the day of the date of this my will; during which time, my executors to pay her consideration from my decease according to the rate aforesaid: and if she die within the said term without issue of her body, then my will is, and I do give and bequeath one hundred pounds thereof to my niece Elizabeth Hall, and the fifty pounds to be set forth by my executors during the life of my sister Joan Harte, and the use and profit thereof coming, shall be paid
to my said sister Joan; and after her decease, the said fifty pounds shall remain amongst the children of my said sister, equally to be divided amongst them; but if my said daughter Judith be living at the end of the said three years, or any issue of her body, then my will is, and so I devise and bequeath the said hundred-and-fifty pounds to be set out by my executors and overseers for the best benefit of her and her issue, and the stock not to be paid unto her so long as she shall be married and covert baron; but my will is, that she shall have the consideration yearly paid unto her during her life, and after her decease the said stock and consia deration to be paid to her children, if she have any, and if not, to her executors and assigns, she living the said term after my decease; provided that if such husband as she shall at the end of the said three years be married unto, or at and after, do sufficiently assure unto her, and the issue of her body, and answerable to the portion by this my will given unto her, and to be adjudged so by my executors and overseers, then my will is, that the said hundred-and-fifty pounds shall be paid to such husband as shall make such assurance, to his own use.
llem, I give and bequeath unto my said sister Joan twenty pounds, and all my wearing apparel, to be paid and delivered within one year after my decease; and I do will and devise unto her the house, with the appurtenances, in Stratford, wherein she dwelleth, for her natural life, under the yearly value of twelve-pence.
Item, I gite atid bequeath unto her three sons, William Hart, Hart, and
Item, I give and bequeatfrumo the said Elizabeth Hall all my plate that I now have, except my broad silver and gilt boxes, at the date of this my will.
Item, I give and bequeath unto the poor of Stratford aforesaid ten pounds; to Mr.
one year after my decease.
, twenty-six shillings eight-pence a piece to buy them rings. Item, I give, will, bequeath, and devise unto my daughter Susannah Hall, for the better enabling of her to perform this my will, and towards the performance thereof, all that capital messuage or tenement, with the appurtenances, in Stratford aforesaid, called The New Place, wherein I now dwell, and two messuages or tenements, with the appurtenances, situate, lying, and being in Henley-street,
within the borough of Stratford aforesaid; and all my barns, stables, orchards, gardens, lands, tenements, and hereditaments whatsoever, situate, lying, and being, or to be had, reserved, preserved, or taken within the towns, hamlets, villages, fields, and grounds of Stratford upon Avon, Old Stratford, Bushaxton, and Welcome, or in any of them, in the said county of Warwick; and also all that messuage or tenement, with the appurtenances, wherein one John Robinson dwelleth, situate,
lying, and being in the Black-Frieryth London near the Wardrobe; and all other my lands, tenements, and hereditaments whatsoever; to have and to hold all and singular the said premises, with their ap
purtehances, unto the said Susannah Hall, for and during the term of her natural
Item, I give unto my wife my brown best bed with the furniture.
Item, I give and bequeath to my said daugliter Judith my broad silver gilt bole. All the rest of my goods, chattels, leascs, plate, jewels, and household stuff whatsoever after my debts and legacies paid, and my funeral expences discharged, I give, devise, and bequeath to my son-in-law, John Hall, gent. and my daughter Susannah his wife, whom I ordain and make executors of this my last Will and Testament. And I do intreat and appoint the said Thomas Russel, esq. and Francis Collins, gent. to be overseers hereof. And, I do revoke all former wills, and publish this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand, the day and year first above-written, by me
Probatum coram Magistro IWilliam Byrde, Legim Doctore Commissario, &c.
cicesimo-secundo die mensis Junii, Inno Domini 1616. Juramento Johannis
25. KING HENRY THE EIGHTH.-- In the folio of 1623.
PERSONS REPRESE N T E D.
Alonso, king of Naples.
STEPHANO, a drunken butl». SEBASTIAN, his brother.
laster of a ship, bortsudin, and mariners. PROSPERO, the rightful duke of Milu. Anthonio, his brother, the usurping duke of Miranda, diughter to Prospero. FERDINAND, son to the king of Naples. [Milun. ARIEL, an airy spirit. Gonzalo, un honest old counsellor of Naples. Iris, ADRIAN,
CERES, Francisco, lords.
your cabin for the mischance of the bour, if it On a Ship at Sea.
o hap:-Cheerly, good hearts-Out of our way, A tempestuous Noise of Thunder and Ligbtning heard.
[Erit. Enter a Ship-muster and a Boutswain. Gon. I have great comfort from this fellow; Mast. BOATSWAIN!
5 methinks, he latlı no dronning mark upon bim: Bouts. Here, master : What cheer? bis complexion is perfectgailows. Standia-t, good Mast
. Good: Speak to the inariners :--fall tate, to his hanging; make the rope of his destiny to't 'yarely, or we run ourselves aground: be our cable, for our own doth little advantage: if stir, bestir.
[Exit. hebe not born to be hang'd, our cast is miserable. Enter Mariners. 101
[Excunt. Boats. Heigh, my hearts; cheerly, cheerly,
Re-enter Boutstrain. my hearts; yare, yare : Take in the top-sail; Boats. Down with the top-na-t; pare, lower, Tend to the master's whistle; Blow, till thou lower; bring her to try with inais e curse. [A burst thy wind, if room enough!
A pague upon tus howling! Enter Alonso, Sebastian, Anthonio, Ferdinand, 15|they are lovider than the weather, or our ofiice. Gonzalo, and others.
Re-enter Sebastian, riithonio, and Goncale. Alon. Good Boatswain, have care. Where's Yet again? What do you here? Shall we give the master? Play the men.
fo'er, and drown? Have you a mind to sinh Bouts. I pray, now, keep below.
Seb. A pox o’your throat! you bawling, blasAnt. Where's the master, boatswain ? 20 phemous, uncharitable doy!
Boats. Do you not hear him? You mar our la Boats. Work you then. bour: Keep your cabins: you do assist the storm. Ant. Hang, cur, hang! you whoreson, insoGon. Nay, good, be patient.
lent noisemaker! we are less afraid to be drown'd, Bouts. When the sea is. Hence! What care thau thou art. these roarers for the name of king? To cabin : 25 Gon. I'll warrant him from drowning: though
[aboard. lihe ship were no stronger than a nut-shell, and Gon. Good; yet remember whom thou hast as leaky as an unstaunch'd wench. Boats. None that I more love than myself. Bouts. Lay her a-hold, a-hold; set her two You are a counsellor; if you can comunand these courses; 011 to sea again, lay her ott. elements to silence, and work the peace of the 30
Entr Dzurinors wet. present', we will not handle a rope more; use
Mar. All lost! to prayers, to prayers! all lost! Four authority. If you cannot, give thanks you
[Escunt. have liv'd so long, and make yourself ready in Bouts. What, must our mouths be cold? . Readily, nimbly. ? of the present instant, the poet probably means. * Incontinent. B
silence : trouble us not.