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Julio tantalized by Bustopha about the Fate of bis

Nephew Antonio (from the Maid of the Mill; Act

IV. Scene II.) . . . . . . 349

Edith pleading for the Life of her Father (from the

Tragedy of Rollo, Duke of Nermandy, Act IV.) . 354

Installation of the King of the Beggars, (from Beggars'

Bush, Act II. Scene I.) . . . . 358

Distant View of the Roman Army engaging the Britons

(from the Tragedy of Bonduca, Scene V. Act III.) 361

Bonduca attacked in her Fortress by the Romans (from

the same, Scene IV. Act IV.) . . . ib.

Caratach, Prince of the Britons, with his Nephew

Hengo asleep (from the same, Scene III. Act V.) 363

No Rivalship or Taint of Faith admissible in Love

(from the Custom of the Country) . . . 367

Arnoldo tempted by Hypolita (from the same) . 368

Scene in the Comedy of Monsieur Thomas . . 369

SIR JOHN DAVIES . . . . . . 377

The Vanity of Human Knowledge (from Nosce Teip-

sum, or a Poem on the Immortality of the Soul) .

That the Soul is more than a Perfection or Reflection

of the Sense

That the Soul is more than the Temperature of the

Hunours of the Body . . . . 383

In what Manner the Soul is united to the Body : 384

Reasons for the Soul's Immortality . . . 385

THOMAS GOFFE . . . . . 387

Scene from his Tragedy of Amurath, or the cou.

rageous Turk

k . . . . . 388

SIR FULKE GREVILLE ..

Knowledge (from his Treatise on Human Learning). ib.

Imagination · · · · · 393

Reason . . . . . . . ib.

Insufficiency of Philosophy . . . 394

Sonnet from Lord Brook's Caelica . . . ib.

SIR JOHN BEAUMONT . . . . 395

Richard before the Battle of Bosworth

396

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CHAUCER.

VOL. I.

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