Hec. Put-in againe
1. the Iuce of Toad: the Oile of Adder 2010 2. those will make the yonker madder.
Hec. Put in: ther's all. and rid the Stench.
Fire. nay heeres three ounces of the red-haird wench.
all Round: around: around &c:/.

Hec. so: soe enough: into the Vessell with it there 'thath the true perfection: I am so light at any mischeif; ther's no Villany but is a Tune methinckes

Fire. A Tune: 'tis to the Tune of dampnation then: I warrant you: and that Song hath a villanous Burthen. 2020

Hec. Come my sweet Sisters: let the Aire strike our Tune whilst we show Reverence to yond peeping Moone.--here they Daunce ye witches Dance & Ext.


Scea. 4a. Enter L. Gouernor, Isabella, [Antonio,] Florida, Francisca: Abberzanes, Gaspero, Hermio:

Is. My Lord, I haue given you nothing but the truth of a most plaine, and Inocent intent, My wrongs being so apparent, in this woman 2030 (a Crature that robbs wedlock of all Comfort,[)]

where

2009 againe] Davenant (1674) reads a graine 2014 all Round]? read All. Round (R) 2016 'thath] perhaps 't hath 2017 Villany] altered from Villain, the y written over the third minim in in, but the dot remaining. 2025 4a.] read 3a. (R) 2025 Antonio,] erased. 2025-7 D adds Sebastian and omits Francisca and Aberzanes. 2031 second parenthesis imperfectly erased.

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