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Griselda Or Love And Patience a Play in Five Acts

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Griselda Or Love And Patience a Play in Five Acts
John Watkins
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KINO. Call him hither. GRIS. Father'!
Enter GREENBOLE.
GREEN. What want you here ?
KING. Thy daughter, father ! for my wife.
GREEN. If thou be Walter the woodman she is thine, But not if thou art king.
KING. I am both Walter and the king. Griselda, wilt thou have me for a husband ?
GRIS. If it so please you, lord.
KING. Thou wilt in all obey, lowly as now ?
GRIS. I have no will but yours.
KING. Behold my bride ! receive her as a princess. Priest, in the name of God, conjoin our hands. It was yo
...ur wish, O people, lords and commons, That I should wed you left the choice to me. I've done your will, and here I make my choice, Behold King Walter's queen !
GRIS. My lord, I'm all unworthy to be made your wife ; Fitter am I to be a woodman's mate Than yours ; pardon me, lord, I knew you not.
KINO. Thoul't ever find me Walter in my love, And glad am I that in a woodman's guise I made discovery of thy hidden worth. A primrose thou that scarce the sun could see, Peeping with modest eye from this thy covert With nought to neighbour thee but violets, cowslips, Whose natal tie, fix'd to this shady spot, Kept all thy sweetness to thyself alone : Transplanted now, with me thou'lt flourish high In the gay garden of our kingdom's court.


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