Tim. Nothing but admire That heaven can frame a creature like a woman And she be constant, seeing most are common.

Zen. Put by your wonder sir, she proves the same, I spake her vertues for her ere she came, And when my father dyes I here doe vow, This kingdome now detained wrongfully Shall then returne unforcedly to you, In part thy dowry, but in all thy due.

Tym. Vnmatched honest young man.

Enter Mazeres observing. (der.

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Zen. Come, let your lips meete though your fortunes wan-

Maz. Ha! taste lips so bounteously with a begger?

Zen. Thus in firme state let your affections rest, Time, that makes wretched, makes the same men blest. Exeunt.

Maz. What's here? either the Princes out of charities rare- Are pleas'd to lay aside their glories, and refresh (nesse The gasping fortunes of a desperate wretch; Or if for larger bounties I was mad T' advise the King for his remaining here That had beene banish'd, and with him my feare: I love the Princesse, and the King allowes it, If he should prove a rivall to my love, I have argued faire for his abiding here: My plots shall worke his ruine, if one faile Ile rayse a second, for I must prevaile: I that us'd policie to cause him stay Can shew like Art to rid my feares away.Exit.

Exit.

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Scene. 2.

Enter the old Queene with two Babes, as being hard pursued.

Que. Oh whither shall I flye with these poore Babes? Twice set upon by Theeves within this Forrest Who rob'd me of my Cloathes, and left me these, Which better suite with my calamity:

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