The Laws of Candy

The Laws of Candy
Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (3 of 10)

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The Laws of Candy by John Fletcher, Francis Beaumont

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A Tragi-Comedy

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246] From him, whom I before my self alone, Had more than full three quarters kill'd: a man Well worthy only by this hand to have dy'd, Not by a Boys weak push: I talk too much, But 'tis a fault of age: If to bring home Long peace, long victorie, even to your Capitol; If to secure your Kingdom, wives, and children, Your lives and liberties; if to renown Your honours through the world, to fix your names, Like Blazing stars admir'd, and fear'd by all That have but heard of Candy, or a Cretan, Be to deserve the approvement of my man-hood, Then thus much have I done: what more, examine The annals of my life; and then consider What I have been, and am. Lords I have said.

Gonzalo:

With reverence to the Senate, is it lawfull, Without your Customes breach, to say a word?

Possenne:

Say on my Lord Gonzalo.

Gonzalo:

I have heard, And with no little wonder, such high deeds Of Chivalrie discours'd, that I confess, I do not think the Worthies while they

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