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Beaumont and Fletcher.  Philaster.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
Act the Fifth
 
Scene I
 
 
Enter DION, CLEREMONT, and THRASILINE 1

  THRA.  Has the King sent for him to death?
  DION.  Yes; but the King must know ’tis not in his power to war with Heaven.
  CLE.  We linger time; the King sent for Philaster and the headsman an hour ago.
  THRA.  Are all his wounds well?        4
  DION.  All; they were but scratches; but the loss of blood made him faint.
  CLE.  We dally, gentlemen.
  THRA.  Away!
  DION.  We’ll scuffle hard before he perish.  Exeunt.        8
 
Note 1. Before the palace. [back]
 

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