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With shouting and hooting we pierce thro
AndEcchoturnshunter and doubles thecry. Choi of all. With Mouting and booting we pierce
thro the sky, And Eccho turns hunter, and doubles the cry. Janus. Then our age was in in't's prime : Chronos. Free from rage : Diana. And free from crime. Momus. A very merry, dancing, drinking,
Laughing, quaffing, and unthinking time. Cho. of all. Then our age was in't's prime,
Free from rage, and free from crime,
Laughing, quaffing, and unthinking time. [Dance of Diana's attendants.]
The world is past its infant age:
Arms and honor,
Arms and honor,
Plenty, peace, and pleasure fly;
The sprightly green,
Thro all the world around,
The warrior god is come.
And let mankind agree;
With all our coft and care ;
For things are as they were.
when storms are past;
while you may,
I fcarcely felt the weight;
And feebly drag
The pondrous orb around.
Tby chace bad a beasi in view :
And time to begin a new.
Who being cross'd by their Friends, fell mad for
one another; and now first meet in BEDLAM.
[ Music within. ] The Lovers enter at oppofite doors, each held by a
OOK, look, I see-I see my love
'Tis he 'Tis he alone;
'Tis the dear, dear man, 'tis thee, dear. Amyntas. Hark! the winds war ;
The foamy waves roar ;
So radiant of hue,
Ah! No, no, no. St. Hermo, never, never shone so bright; 'Tis Phillis, only Phillis, can shoot so fair
a light; 'Tis Phillis, 'tis Phillis, that saves the
ship alone, For all the winds are hush'd, and the
storm is overblown. Phillis. Letmego, let merun, let me fly tohisarms. Amyntas. If all the fates combine,
And all the furies join,
thro the charm.
run to each other, and embrace.] Phillis. Shall I marry the man I love?
And shall I conclude my pains ? Now bless'd be the
brains. Amyntas. Body join'd to body, and heart join'd to
heart, To make sure of the cure, Go call the man in black, to mumble o'er
And the vapors