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I'd play incessantly upon these P jades,
K. John. Now, by the sky that hangs above our heads,
Faulc. An if thou hast the mettle of a king,
affault? K. Job. We from the west will send destruction Into the city's bosom.
Auft. I from the north.
K. Pbil. Our thunder from the south,
Faulc, O prudent discipline ! From north to south ; Austria and France shoot in each other's mouth : [Afde. I'll stir them to it: Come, away, away!
Cit. Hear us, great kings : vouchsafe a while to stay,
9 Smacks it not]-Doth it not favour.
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And I shall shew you peace, and fair-fac'd league ;
K. John. Speak on ; with favour we are bent to hear.
Cit. That daughter there of Spain, the lady Blanch, Is near to England; Look upon the years Of Lewis the Dauphin, and that lovely maid : If Justy love should go in quest of beauty, Where should he find it fairer than in Blanch? If zealous love should go in search of virtue, Where should he find it purer than in Blanch? If love ambitious sought a match of birth, Whose veins bound richer blood than lady Blanch? Such as she is, in beauty, virtue, birth, Is the young Dauphin every way complete : If not complete, O say, he is not she; And she again wants' nothing, 'to name want, If want it be not, that " she is not he : He is the half part of a blessed man, Left to be finished by such a she; And she a fair divided excellence, Whose fulness of perfection lies in him. Oh, two such filver currents, when they join, Do glorify the banks that bound them in : And two such shores to two such streams made one, Two such controlling bounds shall you be, kings, To these two princes, if you marry them. This union shall do more than battery can, To our fast-closed gates; for, at this match, With W swifter spleen than powder can enforce, s be is 7:01 for ;)— he is not made one with her.
to rame want,]-that may be juftly termed want, a fe is not be:], she is not yet united to him, jwifter spleen)-greater speed..
The mouth of passage shall we ding wide ope,
Faulc. Here's * a stay,
Eli. Son, lift to this conjunction, make this match, Give with our niece a dowry large enough: For by this knot thou shalt so surely tie Thy now unsur'd assurance to the crown, That yon green boy shall have no sun to ripe The bloom that promiseth a mighty fruit. I see a yielding in the looks of France; Mark, how they whisper : urge them, while their souls Are capable of this ambition ; Left zeal, now melted, by the windy breath
a Ray.)-Here's an extraordinary supporter of the cause of France; a formidable obitacle, a ftout spokesman to stay us : Here's a fiaw-a guft of braycry, a blast of menace.
y Left zeal, now melted, &c.]-Left the now zealous Philip, hereto. fore cold as ice in our cause, and but newly melted and softened by the warm breath of petitions, &c. should be again congealed and frozen.
Of soft petitions, pity, and remorse,
Cit. Why answer not the double majesties
K. Phil. Speak England first, that hath been forward first
K. John. If that the Dauphin there, thý princely fon,
K. Pbil. What say'st thou, boy? look in the lady's face.
Lewis. I do, my lord; and in her eye I find
[Whispers with Blanch, Faulc. Drawn in the flattering table of her eye!Hang'd in the frowning wrinkle of her brow !
And quarter'd in her heart !-he doth espy
Blanch. My uncle's will, in this respect is mine:
That any thing he sees, which moves his liking,
K. John. What say these young ones? What say you,
Blanch. That she is bound in honour still to do What you
in wisdom still vouchsafe to say. K. John. Speak then, prince Dauphin; can you love
this lady? Lewis. Nay, ask me if I can refrain from love; For I do love her most unfeignedly.
K. John. Then do I give ? Volquessen, Touraine, Maine, Poictiers, and Anjou, these five provinces, With her to thee; and this addition more, Full thirty thousand marks of English coin, Philip of France, if thou be pleas’d withal, Command thy son and daughter to join hands, K. Philip. It likes us well ;-Young princes, close your
hands. Auft. And your lips too; for, I am well assurd, That I did so, when I was a first assur’d.
K. Phil. Now, citizens of Angiers, ope your gates, Let in that amity which you have made ; For at faint Mary's chapel, presently, The rites of marriage shall be solemniz'd. Is not the lady Constance in this troop ?7 Volquefen,]—the Vexin. * forf afur'd.]--affianced, contracted.