From “ The Lover's Melancholy," Act IV. Scene III.
Scene from the Comedy of “ A New Wonder, or a Woman never vext
Stephen, a reclaimed Gamester, newly married to the over-fortunate Widow
Marcelia tempted by Francisco (from “ The Duke of Milan,” a Tragedy)
Parting Scene of Leosthenes, a young Nobleman of Syracuse, and Cleora, Daughter to
Prætor of the City (from “ The Bondman").
Pisander declaring his Passion for Cleora, in the Insurrection of the Slaves of Syracuse (
Pisander holding a Parley with the Chiefs of Syracuse at the head of the Insurgents (from the sa
Leosthenes's Return to Cleora (from the same)
From “ The Bondman," Act V. Scene III.
Giovanni, Nephew to the Duke of Florence, taking Leave of Lydia, the Daughter o
Tutor Charomonte (from “ The Great Duke of Florence")
From “ The Fatal Dowry," Act II. Scene I.