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The setting of thine eye and cheek proclaim
Ant. Thus, Sir :
Seb. I have no hope,
Ant. O, out of that no hope,
Seb. He's gone.
Ant. Then tell me
rint. She that is Queen of Tunis ; fre that dwells Ten leagues beyond man's life; she that from Naples
2 This lord who being now
Of which the meaning may he in his doiage has outlied bis vi her that he clone who is a Spi. faculty of remembring, and who rit of perfurfon, profilis to per: once laid in the Groun! Nu!! direide the king : orient, He only be as liule remembered h mii'f prufifiis to perjuade that is quith. a he can now remember other bi biing jo porjuuded himjilt he thinn,
makes a few of perfuading the 3 Furhe's a fpirit of perfuaficn.] King Of this enti'ngle fentence i can + That this is the utmof exdraw io jente f m the present tent of the prospect of ambition, reading, and therture imagine the çoint where the eye can pass that the Autior give it thus: nu further, and where cbjects
lose their difinctness, so that For he, a spirit of perfuafion, what is there dil overed, is only profiles ia perfuade. faint, oblue, and doubiiul.
Can have no note, unless the sun were poit,
Seb. What stuff is this? how lay you?
Ant. A space, whose ev'ry cubic
Seb. Methinks, I do.
Ant. And how does your content
Seb. I remember,
5 These lines stand in the old cept that in the last line in mould Edition thus :
be is, and perhaps we mighc
better fas--and that by destiny. -though fome cast again Ji being a comm' n plea of And by that destiny, io perform wickedness to cal temptation an a ?
deluny. herec ' that's past is prologue, 6 --- Kicpin l'uris.] There is what to come
in this pallipe a propriety loft In your and my discharge. which a light alteration will
Ant. True :
Sub. But, for your conscience-
Ank. Ay, Sir; where lies that ? ? If 'twere a kybe, 'would put me to my slipper : But I feel not this deity in my bolom. Ten consciences, that stand 'wixt me and Milan, Candy'd be they, and melt, ere they molest! Here lyes your brother No better than the earth he lyes upon, If he were that which now he's like, that's dead ; Whom I with this obedient fleel, three inches of it, Can lay to bid for ever : you doing thus, To the perpetual wink for ay might put This ancient Morfel, this Sir Prudence, who Should not upbraid our course. For all the rest, They'll take fuggeftion, as a cat laps milk; They'll tell the clock to any businels, that, We say, befits the hour.
Seb. Thy case dear friend, Shall be my precedent: as thou got'st Milan, I'll come by Naples. Draw thy sword; one stroke Shall free thee from the tribute which thou pay'lt;
7 In the first Edition these ceflity of changing twenty to ten, lines are otherwise arranged. but the change being for the bet
it is fufficient barely to note Ay Sir, where lyes that? if
it. 'twere a kyte
I think we may safely read, Twould put me to my fiffer, Candied be they or melt. but I feel not
That is, let
conscience be This D'ity in my cofom. Twenty dried up and lie unactive, or melt Conciences
and run cuite away. That stand twixt me and Milan,
8 For More D. Warburton candy'd be i hey.
reads antient Moral, very eleAnd melt ere they moleft. Here
gantly and judiciously, yet I lies your brother.
know not whether the Author The present reading is quite are might not write Morsel, as we biisary, as appears by the ne- say a piece of a Man.
And I the King shall love thee.
Ant. Draw together :
Seb. O, but one word
Enter Ariel, wiib Musick and Song. Ari. My master through his art foresees the danger, That you, his friend are in ; and sends me forth For else his project dies to keep them living. 9
[Sings in Gonzalo's Ear.
His time dotb take :
Ant. Then let us both be sudden.
Gon. What's the matter?
to keep them living ] i. e. taken Antonio for Gonzalo. Ariel Alonzo and Antonio ; for it was would certainly not tell Gonzalo on their lives that his project de. that his master saved him only pended. Yet the Oxford Editor for his project. He speaks to alters them, to you, becaule in himself as he approaches, the verse before, it is said you My master through his art fore. his friend; as if, because Ariel was sent forth to save his friend, That cheie his friends are in.
sees the danger, he coula not have another pur. pose in sending him, viz, to save These written with a y according bis project too. WARGURTON. to the old practice, did not much
I think Dr.Warburton and the differ from you. Oxford Editor both mistaken.
drawn) Having your The sense of the passage as it Swords diawn. So in Romeo and now stands is this: He sees your Juliet, danger and will therefore lave What art thou drawn among thes them. Dr. Warburton has mis heartless binds ?
Seb. While we stood here fecuring your repose, Ev'n now we heard a hollow burst of bellowing Like bulls, or rather lions; did's not wake you ? It strook mine ear most terribly.
Alon. I heard nothing.
Ant. O, 'cwas din to fright a monster's ear; To make an earthquake: fure, it was the roar Of a whole herd of lions.
Alon. Heard you this ? [To Gonzalo.]
Gon. Upon my honour, Sir, I heard a humming,
search Forty Orfon.
601. Heaven's keep him from these beasts! For he is, sure, i'th' island.
Aion, Lead away.
Ari. Profpero my lord hall know what I have done, So, King, go safely on to seek thy fon. [Exeunt.
Changes to an ther part of the island.
Cal. LL the Infections, that the sun sucks up
From bogs, fens, fats, on Proper fall,
and make him