This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1766 Excerpt: ... A TE S 3 Y. Have we not found you, In scorn of the Protector's strict Command, Assisting this base Woman, and abetting Her Insamy? SNORE. Insamy on thy Head Thou Tool of Pow'r, thou Pander to Authority I tell thee, Knave, thou know'st of none so virtuoiw, And she that bore thee was an AEthiop to her. G A r E s B r. Yon'rr answe chis at full Away with 'em. SHORE. Is Charity grown Treason to your Court? What honest Man would live beneath siich Rulers? I am content that we should die together. c A r E s B r. c A r E s B r. EPILOGUE. Convey the Men to Prison; but for her, Leave her to hunt her Fortune as me may. JANE SHORE. I will not part with him--for me --for me Oh must he die for me? Following him as he it carrydoff--Shi falls SHORE. Inhuman Villains I Breaks from the Guard Stand off the Agonies of Death are on her She pulls, flie gripes me hard with her cold Hand, JANE SHORE. Was this Blow wanting to compleat my Ruin I Oh let him go, ye Ministers of Terror; He shall offend no more, for I will die, And yield Obedience to your cruel Master. Tarry a little, but a little longer, And take my last Breath with you. SHORE. Oh my Love Why have I liv'd to see this bitter Moment, This Grief by sar surpassing all my former 1 Why dost thou six thy dying Eyes upon me With such an earnest, such a piteous Look, As if thy Heart were full of some sad Meaning Thou could'st not speak JANE SHORE. Forgive me but forgive me SHORE. Be Witness for me, ye Celestial Host, Such Mercy and such Pardon as my Soul Accords to thee, and begs of Heav'n to shew thee;. May such besall me at my latest Hour, And make my Portion bless'd or curs'd sor ever. JANE SHORE. Then all is well, and I shall fleep in Peace Tis very dark, and I have lost you now Was there not something I would..