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BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER

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From “The Maid's Tragedy"

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From the Tragedy of “ Philaster”

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From the same, Act II. Scene I.

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From the same

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From the last Scene of the same

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The Reconcilement of Mr. Roger, the Curate, and Abigail (from “ The Scornful Lady,"

Scene I. Act IV.)

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Julio tantalised by Bustopha about the Fate of his Nephew Antonio (from “ The Maid of the

Mill," Act IV. Scene II.)

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Edith pleading for the Life of her Father (from the Tragedy of “ Rollo, Duke of Normandy,"

Act IV.)

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Installation of the King of the Beggars (from “ Beggars’ Bushi,” Act II. Scene I.)

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Distant View of the Roman Army engaging the Britons (from the Tragedy of “ Bonduca,"

Scene V. Act III.)

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Bonduca attacked in her Fortress by the Romans (from the same, Scene IV. Act IV.)

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Caratach, Prince of the Britons, with his Nephew Hengo asleep (from the same, Scene III.

Act V.)

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No Rivalship or Taint of Faith admissible in Love (from “ The Custom of the Country ") .

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Arnoldo tempted by Hypolita (from the same)

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Scene in the Comedy of “Monsieur Thomas"

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From “ A King and No King,” Act IV. Scene IV.

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SIR JOHN DAVIES

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The Vanity of Human Knowledge (from “ Nosce Teipsum,” or a Poem on the Immortality

of the Soul)

That the Soul is more than a Perfection or Reflection of the Sense

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That the Soul is more than the Temperature of the Humours of the Body

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In what Manner the Soul is united to the Body

Reasons for the Soul's Immortality

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THOMAS GOFFE

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Scene from his Tragedy of “ Amurath, or the Courageous Turk”

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