Timand. There you may finde her, And if you loue her, as a Siſter -----
Timago. Damme her.
Timand. Or you reſpect her ſafetie, as a louer, Procure Marullos libertie.
Timag. Impudence 120 Beyond expreſſion.
Leoſt. Shall I be a Bawd To her luſt, and my diſhonour?
Timand. Shee'll runne mad elſe, Or doe ſome violent act vpon her ſelfe. My Lord her Father, ſenſible of her ſuffrings, Labours to gaine his freedome,
Leoſt. O, the Diuell! 125 Has ſhe bewitch'd him too?
Timago. I'le heare no more. Come, Sir, wee'll follow her, and if no perſwaſion Can make her take againe her naturall forme, Which by luſts powerfull ſpell ſhe has caſt off, This Sword ſhall dif-inchant her. 130
Leoſt. O my heart-ſtrings! Exeunt Leoſt. & Timagoras.
Timandra. I knew, 'twould take. Pardon me, faire Cleora, Though I appeare a traytreſſe, which thou wilt doe In pitty of my woes, when I make knowne My lawfull claime, and onely ſeeke mine owne. Exit.
Cleora, Iaylor, Piſander.
Cleo. There's for your priuacy. Stay, vnbinde his hands.
Iaylor. I dare not, Madam.
Cleora. I will buy thy danger. Take more gold, doe not trouble me with thankes; I doe ſuppoſe it done. Exit Iaylor.
Piſander. My better Angell Aſſumes this ſhape to comfort me, and wiſely; Since from the choyce of all coeleftiall figures, Hee could not take a viſible forme fo full