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SCENE IV. - ANOTHER PART OF THE FIELD.
Enter FLAVIA and PASCENTIUS.
Be of good cheer; tho' they have lost the day,
Say, what's thy business in this bloody field,
Pas. I, sir, am her protector.
Hor. If thou'lt resign her, here is gold for thee.
Although my peasant habit, shows me poor,
Hor. Vile stripling! dost thou know me ?
Pas. I do not.
Hor. Thou shalt repent this!
Pas. Approach her not, if yet thou lov'st thyself.
Thy lack of years doth save thee from my wrath:
Fla. 0, Pascentius! 0, my brother!
Fear naught, he shall not harm thee, gentle Flavia.
Hor. I'll make thee dearly answer for thy rashness.
[They fight, and Horsus falls.
Oh! I am
wounded! speak, what is thy name ?
Pas. I now lament the deed that I have done.
Fla. 0! sadly doth repentance sit on us.
How soon this lord of the creation dies;
Sure, he did make some mention of our father,
Something, methinks, he spoke to that effect:
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