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My date of life out, for his sweet life's loss.
Šal. Trust not those cunning waters of his eyes, For villainy is not without such rheum; And he, long traded in it, makes it seem Like rivers of remorse and innocence. Away with me all you, whose fouls abhor Th’ uncleanly favour of a Naughter-house, For I am stifted with the smell of sin.
Bigot. Away tow'rd Bury, to the Dauphin there. Pemb. There, tell the King, he may enquire us out.
Faulc. Here's a good world. Knew you of this fair
Hub. Do but hear me, Sir.
Faul. Ha! I'll tell thee what, Thou’rt damn'd so black nay, nothing is so black ; Thou art more deep damn'd than prince Lucifer. There is not yet so ugly a fiend of hell As thou shalt be, if thou didst kill this child.
Hub. Upon my foul
Faulc. If thou didst but consent
Hub. If I in act, content, or fin of thought,
Which was embounded in this beauteous clay,
Faulc. Go, bear him in thine arms.
3 The imminent decay of wrested pomp.) Wrefted pomp is greatnefi obtained by violence.
ACT A CT V.
The Court of ENGLAND.
Enter King John, Pandulpho, and Attendants.
HUS I have yielded up into your hand
The circle of my Glory. (Giving the Crown.
Pand. It was my breath that blew this tempest up,
K. John. Is this Ascension-day? did not the Prophet Say, that before Ascension-day at noon
My Crown I should give off? even so I have :
K. John. Would not my Lords return to me again, After they heard, young Arthur was alive?
Faulc. They found him dead, and cast into the streets, An empty casket, where the jewel, life, By fome damn'd hand was robb’d and ta'en away.
K. John. That villain Hubert told me, he did live.
Faulc. So on my soul he did, for aught he knew : But wherefore do you droop? why look you sad? Be great in act, as you have been in thought: Let not the world fee fear and fad diftrust Govern the motion of a kingly eye: Be stirring as the time; be fire with fire; Threaten the threatner, and out-face the brow Of bragging horror ; so shall inferior eyes, That borrow their behaviours from the Great, Grow great by your example ; and put on The dauntlets spirit of resolution. Away, and glister like the God of war, When he intendeth to become the field ; Shew boldness and aspiring confidence. What, shall they seek the Lion in his den, And fright him there? and make him tremble there? Oh, let it not be said! Forage, and run *
Forage, and run] To foragé is here used in its original senfe, for lo tange abroad.
To meet displeasure farther from the doors;
K. John. The legate of the Pope hath been with me,
Faulc. Oh inglorious league !
K. John. Have thou the ord’ring of this present time.
Faulc. Away then, with good courage; yet, I know, Our Party may well meet a prouder foe, [Exeunt.
5 Mocking the air with colours ] Our party may well meet a He has the same image in Mac- prouder foe.] Let us ben beth.
I so well Where the Norwegian colours know the faintness of our party, flout the sky,
that I think it may easily happen And fan our people cold. that they fall encounter enemies
Away then, with good cou- who have more Spirit than them. rage! yet, I know, felves.