The works of Beaumont and Fletcher

The works of Beaumont and Fletcher

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I have dissembled such a trouble on me, As my best wits can hardly clear again : Piping through this old reed, the Guardianess, With purpose that my harmony shall reach And please the ladya#39;s ear ; she stops below, And echoes back my love unto my lips, Persuaded by ... No, by my troth, not in my mind ; meagt; thinks, ( Setting his worship aside) he looks like a fool. ... Well, well ; When things are past , and the wedding torches Lighted at matches, to kindle better fire, Then Ia#39;ll tell you more.

Title:The works of Beaumont and Fletcher
Author:Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher
Publisher: - 1866


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