Gary Taylor, John Jowett, Terri Bourus, and Gabriel Egan (eds), The New Oxford Shakespeare: Critical Reference Edition, Vol. 2
Critical Apparatus3.1ACT III. SCENE I.
25 SCENE, THE PROSPECT OF A VILLAGE. Enter Julio with a Letter, and Citizen.Critical Apparatus1
Citiz. When from the Window she did bow and call,
2Her Passions shook her Voice; and from her Eyes
3Mistemper and Distraction, with strange Wildness
4Bespoke Concern above a common Sorrow.Critical Apparatus5
Jul. Poor Leonora! Treacherous, damn'd Henriquez!
6She bids me fill my Memory with her Danger;
pg 37187I do, my Leonora; yes, I fill
8The Region of my Thought with nothing else;
9Lower, she tells me here, that this Affair
10Shall yield a Testimony of her Love:
11And prays, her Letter may come safe and sudden.
12This Pray'r the Heav'ns have heard, and I beseech 'em,
Critical Apparatus13To hear all Pray'rs she makes.
Citiz. Have Patience, Sir.14
Jul. O my good Friend, methinks, I am too patient.
Critical Apparatus15Is there a Treachery, like This in Baseness,
Critical Apparatus16Recorded any where? It is the deepest:
Critical Apparatus17None but Itself can be its Parallel:
18And from a Friend, profess'd!—Friendship? Why, 'tis
19A Word for ever maim'd; in human Nature
Critical Apparatus20It was a Thing the noblest; and 'mong Beasts,
Critical Apparatus21It stood not in mean Place: Things of fierce Nature
pg 371926Critical Apparatus22Hold Amity and Concordance.—Such a Villany
23A Writer could not put down in his Scene,
24Without Taxation of his Auditory
25For Fiction most enormous.
Citiz. These Upbraidings
Critical Apparatus26Cool Time, while they are vented.
Jul. I am counsel'd.
Critical Apparatus27For you, evermore, Thanks. You've done much for Us;
Critical Apparatus28So gently press'd to't, that I may perswade me
29You'll do a little more.
Citiz. Put me t'Employment
30That's honest, tho' not safe, with my best Spirits
31I'll give 't Accomplishment.
Jul. No more but This;
Critical Apparatus32For I must see Leonora: And to appear
Critical Apparatus33Like Julio, as I am, might haply spoil
34Some good Event ensuing. Let me crave
35Th' Exchange of Habit with you: some Disguise,
Critical Apparatus36May bear Me to my Love, unmark'd, and secret.37
Citiz. You shall not want. Yonder's the House before us:
38Make Haste to reach it.
Jul. Still I thank you, Sir.
A1O Leonora! stand but this rude Shock;
A2Hold out thy Faith against the dread Assault
A3Of this base Lord, the Service of my Life
A4Shall be devoted to repay thy Constancy.[Exeunt.