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SCENE V. - THE CAMP OF HENGIST.
Enter HENGIST and Officer.
Heng. Hath Horsus yet been found ?
Thrice has the field,with greatest care, been search'd;
Then, have I lost my first, my dearest friend:
Towards Badon Hill.
Heng. Good heav'ns!
Enter another Officer.
What's thy business ?
thousand troops have join'd our army,
(Kneeling.) 0! joy once more to see my father's
Heng. Rise, rise, my child!
First with my kisses let me dew this hand,
From London, Vortigern is on his march;
'Tis well ! go straight, put all in readiness.
Off. We obey, my lord. [Exeunt Officers.
Daughter, thou heard'st but now o'th' King's
Row. Your officer so express'd it!
Heng. True! and dost hear, much rests with thee to act.
If aught, dear father, my poor services
Thus then it is:I shall prepare a feast,
Row. But should I fail?
Nay, fear it not; his nature well I know.
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