The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: Secret love: or, The maiden queen. Sir Martin Mar-all; or, The feign'd innocence. The tempest: or, The enchanted island. Evening's love: or, The mock astrologer. Tyrannick love: or, The royal martyr
J. Tonsor, 1725
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Página 183 - But thy vile race, Though thou didst learn, had that in't which good natures Could not abide to be with ; therefore wast thou Deservedly confin'd into this rock, Who hadst deserv'd more than a prison.
Página 218 - Man's life is all a mist ! and in the dark, Our fortunes meet us. If fate be not, then what can we foresee ? Or how can we avoid it, if it be ? If by free will in our own paths we move, How are we bounded by decrees above ? Whether we drive, or whether we are driven, If ill, 'tis ours : if good, the act of heaven.
Página 265 - ... and chimerical. The one causes laughter in those who can judge of men and manners, by the lively representation of their folly or corruption : The other produces the same effect in those who can judge of neither, and that only by its extravagances.
Página 227 - That's but a fond conceit : you are made for one, And one for you. Hip. You cannot tell me, Sir, I know I'm made for twenty hundred Women. (I mean if there so many be i' th' World) So that if once I see her, I shall love her.
Página 185 - I confess you pose me. Dor . How did he come to be our Father too ? Mir. I think he found us when we both were little, and grew within the ground. Dor. Why could he not find more of us ? Pray...
Página 143 - I'll play in the next room in the dark, and consequently your mistress, who will come to her balcony over against you, will think it to be you ; and at the end of every tune, I'll ring the bell that hangs, between your chamber and mine, that you may know when to have done.
Página 229 - If thou wert a Monster of parts, I would make thee My Master of Ceremonies, to conduct 'em in. The Devil take all Dunces, thou hast lost a brave Employment by not being a Linguist, and for want Of behaviour.
Página 185 - Sister, let you and I look up and down one day, to find some little ones for us to play with. Mir. Agreed ; but now we must go in. This is the hour Wherein my Father's Charm will work, Which seizes all who are in open air : Th" effect of his great Art I long to see, Which will perform as much as Magick can.