« PředchozíPokračovat »
Nim. You'll pay me the eight shillings, I won of you át betting?
Pift. Base is the Nave, that pays.
Nim. That now I will have; that's the humour of it. Pit. As manhood shall compound, push home.
[Draw. Bard. By this sword, he that makes the first thrust, I'll kill him ; by this sword, I will.
Pift. Sword is an oath, and oaths must have their course.
Bard. Corporal Nim, an thou wilt be friends, be friends; an thou wilt not, why then be enemies with me too. Pry’thee, put up.
Pift. A noble shalt thou have and present pay,
Nim. I shall have my noble?
Re-enter Quickly. Quick. As ever you came of woinen, come in quickly to Sir John: ah, poor heart, he is so shak'd of a burning quotidian tertian, that it is most lamentable to behold. Sweet men, come to him.
Nim. The King hath run bad humours on the Knight, that's the even of it.
Pift. Nim, thou hast spoken the right, his heart is fracted and corroborate.
Nim. The King is a good King, but it must be as it may; he passes fome humours and careers.
Pist. Let us condole the Knight; for, lambkins ! we will live.
Ś C E N E III. Changes to SOUTHAMPTON. Enter Exeter, Bedford, and Weftmorland. Bed. ) ORE God, his Grace is bold to trust these
traitors. Exe. They shall be apprehended by and by. Weft. How smooth and even they do bear them
selves, As if allegiance in their bosoms sate, Crowned with faith and constant loyalty !
Bed. The King hath note of all that they intend, By interception which they dream not of.
Exe. Nay, but the man that was his bedfellow, Whom he hath lulld and cloy'd with gracious favours; That he should for a foreign purse fo fell * His Sovereign's life to death and treachery!
[Trumpets found. Enter the King, Scroop, Cambridge, Grey, and
Attendants, K. Henry. Now fits the wind fair, and we will
aboard. My Lord of Cambridge, and my Lord of Masham, And you my gentle Knight, give me your thoughts : Think you not, that the pow'rs, we bear with us, Will cut their passage through the force of France ; Doing the execution and the
8 To death and treachery.) Here ted in all the following editions. the quarto inserts a line omit Exet. O! the lord of Malham!
9 For which we have in head allembled them?
Scrosp. No doubt, my Liege, if each man do his belt.
Cam. Never was monarch better fear'd, and lov'd,
Grey. True; those that were your father's enemies
Scroop. So service shall with steeled sinews toil,
K. Henry. We judge no less. Uncle of Exeter,
Scroop. That's mercy, but too much security;
9 For which we have IN HEAD tator should forget a word so
assembled them?] This is not eminently observable in this wrian English phraseology. I am ter, as head for an army formed. perfuaded Sbakespear wrote, · Hearts create.] Hearts comFor which we have in AID af pounded or made up of duty and Jembled them?
zeal. alluding to the tenures of those 2 More advice.] On his return rimes.
WAPBURT to more coolness of mind, It is strange that the commen
Breed, by his suff'rance, more of such a kind.
K. Henry. O, let us yet be merciful.
Grey. You shew great mercy, if you give him life, After the taste of much correction.
K. Henry. Alas, your too much love and care of me
Cam. I one, my Lord.
Scroop. So did you me, my Liege.
is yours ;
There yours, Lord Scroop of Maham; and Sir Knight
, Grey of Northumberland, this fame is yours. Read them, and know, I know your worthiness. My Lord of Wejimorland and uncle Exeter, We will aboard to-night.-Why, how now, gentle.
men ? What fee
3 -proceeding on distem- is the predominance of a passion, per,] i. e. ludden pallions. as difemper of body is the pre
WARBURTON. dominance of a humour. Perturbation of mind. Temper. 4 Hsw jhall que ftretch our eye.] is equality or calmness of mind, If we may not wink at small froin an equipoise or due mixture faults, how wide muft we open out of paffions. Diftemper of mind eyes at great,
Out of appearance?
Cam. I confess my fault,
Grey. Scroop. To which we all appeal.
5 Quick ] That is, living. fible as black and white contigu6 Though the truth fand off as
ous to each other. To fland off grois
is etre relevé, to be prominent Aš black and wbite.] Though to the eye, as the frong parts of the truth be as apparent and vi a picture.