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Seeing, then, citizens of Caerbranck, such a curtizan as this may vnder the colour of holines shrowd much preiudice, and allure many of our youth to mischiefes, I thought it my duety to bring her into open infamie, that she may be punished for her fault, knowen for a harlot, and from hencefoorth line dispised and hated of al L For proofe that shee hath Hued long in this leawd kinde of life, this yoimg man shall here before you all make present deposition ' : and with that he reacht him a bible ; whereon he swore that hee had long time conuerst dishonestly with Isabel, euer since the departure of her husband. Miles, Marry, sir, three or four as honest devils and good companions as any be in hell. Have I not pass'd as fiu- in state of schools, And read of many secrets ? Bacon, Were you not yesterday, Master Burden, at Henley upon the Thames ? At which oath people that were iim)iu B in the cause, beleeuing the protestation of Bernardo and the deposition of the youth, presently found hir guiltie ; and then Bernardo and the rest of the burgomasters gaue iudgement, that she should presently haue some open and seuere punishment, and after be banished out of the town." She now prays aloud, calling for succour on the deity who knows her innocence ; and almost immediately after, " hee which had accused Isabel start vp as a man limaticke, and cried out vnto the people, * Thus I haue sinned, men of Caerbranck, I haue sinned : the thought of mj present periurie is a hell to my conscience ; for I haue swome falsly against the innocent, and haue consented to condemne Isabel without cause ' : and with that hee discourst at the barre how Signor Bernardo had suborned him against the gentlewoman, and how in all his life before he neuer was in her companie." Isabel, of course, is set free, while Bernardo is punished by a great fine, to be paid to her, and declared incapable of ever bearing any office in the city. yet to think That heads of brass can utter any voice, Or more, to tell of deep philosophy, This is a fable ^sop had forgot.

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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. Alexander Dyce, B, A., 2 vols., were published in 1831. 272) is a letter addressed to me which shows that he intended to make my editions of Greene, Webster, »i Tn set his wits on the tenter, and to stretch his braines as high as ela, to see how he could recouer pence to defray his charges, by any sinister meanes to salue his sorrowes : the care of his parents and of his owne honor perswaded him from making gaine by labour ; he had neuer been brought vp to any mechanicall course of life. Digitized by Google ACCOUNT OF R GREENE AND HIS WMn NGS. To prove my sayings true, I'll show you straight The book he keeps at Henley for himself. Nay, now my master goes to conjura- tion, take heed. Masters, Stand still, fear not, I'll show you but his book. Per omnes deos infemalcif Belcephon / Enter Hostess with a shoulder ofmt Ulon on a spit, and a Devil.

You can search through the full text of this book on the web at http : //books . com/| Digitized by Googk Digitized by Googk Digitized by Googk \ Digitized by Cj OOQl C Htif Cufly Digitized by Googk Digitized by Googk THE DEAMATIC AM) POETICAL WOKKS ROBERT GREENE & GEORGE PEELE, MEMOIRS OF THE AUTHORS AND NOTES REV. LONDON : ROUTLEDGE, WARNE, AND ROTJTLEDGE, FABBINGDOK 8TBEET. To the latter collection was prefixed a Dedication which I now subjoin, because I am unwilling that it should be forgotten ; — **T0 SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART., THIS WORK IS INSCRIBED, AS A SLIGHT MARK OF ADMIRATION FOR HIS GENIUS, AND RESPECT FOR HIS CHARACTER, BY HIS OBEDIENT SERVANT, ALEXANDER DYCE." At that period I had the honour of occasionally corresponding with Sir Walter : and in his Life by Lockhaii; (vol. Thus eueiy way destitute of meanes to Hue, he sight* out this olde sayd sawe, Miserrinvam est ftdsse heatum : yet at last, as extremities search very farre, he calde to minde that he was a scho Uer, and that although in these daies arte wanted honor and learning lackt his due, yet good letters were not brought to so lowe an ebbe but that there might some profite arise by them to procure his maintenance. 15 therefhre, as gorgiou Bly as she could, paintmg her fitce with the choyce of all her drogges, she walkt abroade where shee thought Francesco vsed to take the ayre. Miles, 0, master, cease your conjuration, or you spoil all ; for here's a she-devil come with a shoulder of mutton on a spit : you have marred the devil's supper ; but no doubt he thinks our college fare is slender, and so hath sent you his cook v^ith a shoulder of mutton, to make it exceed.

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Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. Burden, Wh At, are you mated * by this frolic friar ? MUet, Marry, sir, now that my hostess is gone to provide supper, conjure up another spirit, and send Doctor Burden flying after. You have seen the friar frame his art by proof; And as the college call M Brazen-nose Is under him, and he the master there, So surely shall this head of brass be fram'd, And yield forth strange and uncouth aphorisms ; And hell and Hecate shall fail the friar. And set our cheese safely upon the racks, Then let our fathers prize it as they please.

By this meanes his want was releeued, his credit in his hosts house recouered, his apparell in greater brauerie then it was, and his purse well lined with crownes.*' Infida, hearing of this change in his fortimes, " thought to cast foorth her lure to reclaime him, though by her vnkindnesse he was proued haggard ; for she thought that Francesco was such a tame foole that he would be brought to strike at any stale. Amongst the rest that censured of her curious fauours, there was one Signer Bernardo, a bourgomaster of the citie ; who chauncing on a time to passe by the doore where Isabel soioumed, seeing so sweete a saint, began to fall enamoured of so faire an obiect ; and although he was olde, yet the fire of lust crept into his eyes and so inflamed his heart that with a disordinate desire he began to affect her : but the renowme of her chastitie was such that it almost quatted those sparkes that heated him on to such lawlesse affection. * roves a how, &c.] "To rove a how heyond hit reach is equivalent to the proverbial phrase of shooting with a long bow: the bow is too long for the stretch of his arms." — Editor of Dods Uy'f Old Plays.

But yet when he calde to minde that want was a great stiunbling-blocke, and sawe the necessitie that Isabel was in by the absence of Francesco, he thought gold would bee a readie meanes to gaine a womans good will, and therefore dispayred not of obtaining his purpose." " Being the chiefe bourgomaster in all the citie, he determined to make a priuie search for some suspected person ; and being master of the watch himselfe, to goe vp into her chamber, and there to discouer the depth of his desire ; so he thought to ioyne loue and opporttmitie in one union, and with his oflfice and his age to wipe out all suspition." One night, accordingly, he puts this plan into execution, gains admittance into Isabe Vs chamber, and endeavours to overcome her chastity : his fortime, he tells her, shall be at her command if she consent to his wishes ; but, if Digitized by Google 16 ACCOUNT OF R GREENE AND HIS WRITINGS.

This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. Bacon, I laugh to see the jolly friar Jlounted upon the devil, and how the earl Flees with hia bonny lass for fear.t As soon as Bungay is at Brazen-nose, And I have chatted with the merry friar, I will in post hie me to Fressingfield, And quite these wrongs on Lacy ere 't be long. So be it, my lord : but let us to our dinner; For ere we have taken our repast awhile.

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I see thou art penitent, and therefore I like not to heare what follies are past.

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