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CYMBELINE, King of Britain.
QUEEN, Wife to Cymbeline.
Dutch Gentleman, a Spanish Gentleman, Musicians, Officers, Captains,
SCENE—Sometimes in Britain ; sometimes in Italy,
SCENE I.-BRITAIN. The Garden behind CYMBELINE'S
Enter two GENTLEMEN. 1 Gentleman. You do not meet a man but frowns: our
bloods? No more obey the beavens, than our courtiers; Still seem, as does the king's. 2 Gentleman.
But what's the matter? 1 Gentleman. His daughter, and the heir of his king
None but the king? 1 Gentleman. He, that hath lost her, too: so is the queen, That most desir'd the match: But not a courtier, Although they wear their faces to the bent Of the king's looks, hath a heart that is not Glad at the thing they scowl at. 2 Gentleman.
And why so? 1 Gentleman. He that hath miss'd the princess, is a thing
* Inclination, natural disposition.