« السابقةمتابعة »
Now shall he try his friends that Alatter'd him.
Enter a Servant.
York. He was ?-Why, so!-go all which way it will !
Ser. My lord, I had forgot to tell your lordship:
York. What is it, knave?
York. God for his mercy! what a tide of woes
2. Git ibee to Plafby:-) The lordship of Play was a town of the dutchess of Gloiter's in Efiex. See Hall's Chronicle, p. 13. THEOBALD.
uniruik--] That is, disloyalty, treachery. JOHNSON. 9 Come, lifter, --coulin, I wcuid jay :) This is one of Shakspeare's touches of nature. York is talking to the queen his cousin, but the reuent death of his filter is uppermuft in his mind. STEEVENS.
Well, somewhat we must do.-Come, cousin, I'll
[Exeunt York and Queen.
Grien. Besides, our nearness to the king in love, Is near the hate of those love not the king.
Bagot. And that's the wavering commons: for their love Lies in their purses; and whoso empties them, By so much fills their hearts with deadly hate.
Buby. Wherein the king stands generally condemn'd.
Bazot. If judgment lie in them, then so do we, Because we ever have been near the king.
Green. Well, I'll for refuge ftraight to Bristol castle: The earl of Wiltthire is already there.
Bushy. Thither will I with you: for little ofice
Bagot. No; I'll to Ireland to his majesty.
B:lyh;. That's as York thrives to beat back Bolingbroke.
Gren. Alas, poor duke! the task he undertakes
Baby. Farewell at once; for once, for all, and ever.
Enter BOLINGBROKE and Nor THUMBERLAND,
Boling. How far is it, my lord, to Berkley now?
North. Believe me, noble lord,
Boling. Of much less value is my company,
Enter Harry Percy. North. It is my son, young Harry Percy, fent From my brother Worcester, whenceloever.Harry, how fares your uncle ? Percy. I had thought, my lord, to have learn'd his
health of you. North. Why, is he not with the queen?
1 And bope to joy,-) To joy is, I believe, here used as a verb. So, in the second act of K. Henry IV : “ Poor fellow never joy'd fince the price of oats rose.” Again, in K. Henry VI. P. II:
“ Was ever king that joy'd on earthly throne-." The word is again used with the same fignification in the play beforę us. MALONI.
Percy. No, my good lord; he hath forsook the court,
North. What was his reason?
Percy. Because your lordship was proclaimed traitor.
North. Have you forgot the duke of Hereford, boy? Perry. No, my good lord; for that is not forgot, Which ne'er I did remember : to my knowledge, I never in my life did look on him.
North. Then learn to know him now; this is the duke.
Perry. My gracious lord, I tender you my service,
Boling. I thank thee, gentle Percy; and be fure,
North. How far is it to Berkley? And what stir
Percy. There itands the castle, by yon tuft of trees, Mann'd with three hundred men, as I have heard : And in it are the lords of York, Berkley, and Seymour ; None else of name, and noble estimate.
Enter Ross and WILLOUGHBY. North. Here come the lords of Ross and Willoughby, Bloody with spurring, fiery-red with hafte.
Boling. Welcome, my lords : I wot, your love pursues A banith'd traitor ; all my treasury Is yet but unfelt thanks, which, more enrich'd, Shall be your love and labour's recompence.
Rols. Your presence makes us rich, most noble lord.
Boling. Evermore thanks, the exchequer of the poor ;
Boling. My lord, my answer is—to Lancaster? ;
Berk. Mistake me not, my lord; 'tis not my meaning,
Enter York, attended.
York. Shew me thy humble heart, and not thy knee,
My gracious uncle !-
2 — my answer is to Lancasier ;] Your message, you say, is to my lord of Hereford. My answer is, It is not to him it is to the Duke of Lancaster. MALONE.
3 To raze one title of your honour cut:-] “ How the names of them which for capital crimes against majeitie were crazed out of the publicke records, tables, and registers, or forbidden to be borne by their polteritie, when their memorie was damned, I could show at large." Came den's Remaines, p. 136, edit. 1605. MALONE. 4 - the absent sime,] i. e. time of tbe king's absence. JOHNSON.