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THE BEST PLAYS
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
VOL. I.-PART II.
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM MILLER, OLD BOND-STREET.
PRINTED BY JAMES BALLANTYNE,
ZANGA, a captive Moor.
LEONORA, Aldarez's daughter.
SCENE I.-Battlements, with a Sea Prospect. Is this a night for walks of contemplation?
Something unusual hangs upon your heart, Enter Zanga.
And I will know it; by our loves I will.
Ask I too much to share in your distress?
[Thunder. In hell's abyss, if ever it escape thee.
To strike thee with astonishment at once,
Isa. Hate Alonzo !
I own, I thought Alonzo most your friend,
And that he lost the master in thać name.
Zan. Hear then. 'Tis twice three years since
that great man
Zan. The dead alone, in such a night, can rest, Made me the captive of his arm in fight.
He slew my father, and threw chains o'er me,
While I, with pious rage, pursued revenge. Isa. I know you do, and therefore will not I then was young: he placed me near his person, leave you;
And thought me not dishonoured by his service. Excuse me, Zanga, therefore dare not leave you. One day, (may that returning day be night,