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To entertain us in his gallery :
Bara. Welcome, great Calymath!
Caly. Ay, Barabas.Come, bassoes, ascend.*
Pern. [coming forward] Stay, Calymath; For I will shew thee greater courtesy Than Barabas would have afforded thee. Knight. [within] Sound a charge there! [A charge sounded within : FERNEZE cuts the cord;
the floor of the gallery gives way, and BARABAS
falls into a caldron placed in a pit. Enter Knights and MARTIN DEL Bosco. Caly. How now! what means this? Bara. Help, help me, Christians, help! Pern. See, Calymath! this was devis'd for
Fern. No, Selim, do not fly :
Bara. O, help me, Selim! help me, Christians ! Governor, why stand you all so pitiless ?
Pern. Should I in pity of thy plaints or thee,
Bara. You will not help me, then ?
To pinch me with intolerable pangs :
[Dica. Caly. Tell me, you Christians, what doth this
portend? Pern. This train * he laid to have entrapp'd
thy life; Now, Selim, note the unhallow'd deeds of Jews; Thus he determind to have handled thee, But I have rather chose to save thy life.
Caly. Was this the banquet he prepar'd for us? Let's hence, lest further mischief be pretended.+ Fern. Nay, Selim, stay; for, since we have thee
here, We will not let thee part so suddenly: Besides, if we should let thee go, all's one, For with thy galleys couldst thou not get hence, Without fresh men to rig and furnish them.
Caly. Tush, governor, take thou no care for that; My men are all aboard, And do attend my coming there by this. Fern. Why, heard'st thou not the trumpet
sound a charge ? Caly. Yes, what of that?
Fern. Why, then the house was fir'd, Blown up, and all thy soldiers massacred.
Caly. O, monstrous treason !
Pern. A Jew's courtesy ; For he that did by treason work our fall, By treason hath deliver'd thee to us : Know, therefore, till thy father hath made good The ruins done to Malta and to us, Thou canst not part; for Malta shall be freed, Or Selim ne'er return to Ottoman. Caly. Nay, rather, Christians, let me go to
Turkey, In person there to mediatet your peace : To keep me here will naught advantage you. Pern. Content thee, Calymath, here thou must
stay, And live in Malta prisoner; for come all the
Then, Barabas, breathe forth thy latest fate,
ascend] Old ed. "attend.”
A charge sounded within : FERNEZE cuts the cord; the Anor of the gallery gives way, and BARABAS falls into a caldron placed in a pit.
Enter Knights and MARTIN DEL Bosco) Old ed. has merely “ A charge, the cable cut, A Caldron discouered."
Christian) Old ed. “Christians."
* train) i. e. stratagem. + pretended) i. e. intended. 1 mediate) Old ed. “meditate.” ß all] Old ed. “call."
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KING EDWARD THE SECOND.
QUEEN ISABELLA, wife to KING EDWARD THE SECOND.