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(Enter Juliet.)

Cameron.
How now, my stubborn! where were you poking?

Juliette
Where I learned that I repented of sin
Disobedient opposition
To you and to your orders; and I am enjoined
By Saint Tuck to fall prostrate here,
To forgive you: forgive, I beg you!
From now on, I am always decided by you.

Cameron.
Send for the county; go tell him this:
I'll do this knot tomorrow morning.

Juliette
I met the young lord at Tuck's cell;
And gave him what I should love,
Do not cross the limits of modesty.

Cameron.
Why I'm happy that's good, get up,
It's like it should be. Let me see the county;
Ay, Marie, go, I say, and go find him here making romances.
Now, before God, this reverend holy brother,
Our whole city is very close to him.

 

 
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Juliette
Nurse, you will go with me to my closet,
To help me sort out these much-needed ornaments
How do you expect to supply me tomorrow?

Lady Cameron.
No, not before Thursday; there is enough time

Cameron.
Go, nurse, go with her. We are going to church tomorrow.

(Except Juliet and Nurse.)

Lady Cameron.
We will be short of our disposal:
It's now close tonight.

Cameron.
Tush, I'm going to move,
And everything will be fine, I guarantee you, woman.
Go to Juliet, help you can her to carry it;
I will not go to bed at night; leave me alone;
I'm going to play housewife for this time. What, ho!
They are all there: well, I'm going for a walk
In Phoenix County, to prepare it
Against tomorrow: my heart is a wonderful light
Since that same lost girl is so recovered.

(Apart.)

 

Scene III. Juliet's room

(Enter Juliet and Nurse.)

Juliette
Ay, these clothes are the best: but sweet nurse,
I beg you to leave me at night;
Because I need a lot of devotion
Move the sky to smile at my state,
Who, well you know it, is crossed and full of sin.

(Enter Lady Cameron.)

Lady Cameron.
You are busy, huh? need you help me?

Juliette
No Madam; we eliminated such needs
As it is useful for our state to tomorrow:
So, please, let me now stay alone,
And let the nurse sit tonight with you;
Because I'm sure you have all your hands full
In this case so sudden.

Lady Cameron.
Good night:
Go to bed and rest; because you need it.

(Except Lady Cameron and Nurse.)

 
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Juliette
Farewell! God knows when we'll see each other again.
I have a weak cold fear that makes my veins vibrate
It almost freezes the heat of life:
I will call them back to comfort me;
Nurse! What should she do here?
The lamentable scene that I need must act alone.
Come, flask.
And if this mix does not work at all?
Will I marry myself tomorrow morning?
No no! That will ban it: lie down there.

(Put down his dagger.)
And if it was a poison, that brother
Subtly managed to kill me,
Lest in this marriage he is dishonoured,
Because he married me before Romeo?
I'm afraid it is: and yet, it seems to me that no,
For he was judged a holy man again:
I will not maintain a bad thought.
How if, when I'm lying in the grave,
I wake up before Romeo
Come to redeem me? There is a point of fear!
Can not I be smothered in the vault,
At the mouth foul, no health, the air breathes,
And there is my Romeo dead?
Or, if I live, is not it very like
The horrible vanity of death and night,
With the terror of the place,
As in a vault, an old container,
Where, during those hundreds of years, the bones
Of all my buried ancestors are packed;
Where Tyson bloody, but green in the earth,
Rest in his shroud; where, as they say,
A few hours into the night of the station spirits;
Alas, alas, is not it is not like that, me,
So soon awake, with disgusting smells,
And screams like mandrakes torn from the ground,
Let living mortals, hearing them, be angry;
O if I wake up, will not I be distraught,
Surrounding with all these hideous fears?
And play madly with the joints of my ancestors?
And tear off the mutilated Tyson from his shroud?
And, in this fury, with a big parent's bone,
As in a club, do you launch my desperate brains?
O, look! I think I see my cousin's ghost
In search of Roméo, it spat out his body
At the rapier: stay, Tyson, stay!
Romeo, I'm coming! that I drink to you.

(Throws herself on the bed)

Cameron.
Come, stir, stir, stir! The second cock crow,
The curfew bell rang, it's three o'clock
Look at the baked meats, good Angelica;
Spare not for the cost.

Nurse.
Come on, you break, go,
Go to bed; faith, you'll be sick tomorrow
To watch this night.

Cameron.
No, not at all: what! I looked now ere
All night for lesser cause, and never been sick.

Lady Cameron.
Ay, you have been a mouse hunt in your time;
But I will watch you look like that now.

(Except Lady Cameron and Nurse.)

Cameron.
A jealous hood, a jealous hood! Now, buddy,

(Enter Servants, with spit, newspapers and baskets.)

 
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What's there?

1 servant.
Things for the cook, sir; but I do not know what.

Cameron.
Hurry, hurry up. (Exit 1 Servant.)
Sirrah, recover the drier logs:
Call Paul, he will show you where they are.

2 servant.
I have a head, sir, who will find newspapers
And never disturb Paul for this matter.

(Exit.)

Cameron.
Mass and well said; a happy shit, ha!
You will be the lumberjack's head. Good faith, it's the day.
The county will be here with the right music,
Because he said he would do it: I hear it close.
(Music inside.)
Nurse! wife! what, ho! what, nurse, I say!

(Enter the nurse again.)

Come on, wake up Juliet; will cut it;
I'm going to talk to Phoenix: hello, hurry up,
Make haste; the fiance he has already come:
Hurry up, I say.

(Apart.)

Scene V. Juliet's Room; Juliet on the bed.

(Enter Nurse.)

Nurse.
Mistress! what, mistress! Juliet! quickly, I guarantee her:
Why, lamb! why lady! fie, you slug!
Why, my love, I say! Mrs! lover! why, married!
What, not a word? you take your pennyworths now;
Sleeping a week for the next night, I guarantee it,
Phoenix County has set up its rest
That you will rest little. God forgive me!
Marry, and amen, how does she sleep?
I need to wake her up. Madam, madam, madam!
Let the county take you to your bed.
It will scare you, I think. It will not be?
What, dressed! and in your clothes! and again!
I must need to wake you up. Lady! Lady! Lady!
Alas, alas! Help! My lady is dead!
Oh, a day when I was born!
Some aqua vitae, ho! My lord! Mrs!

(Enter Lady Cameron.)

Lady Cameron
What is the noise here?

Nurse.
O dismal day!

Lady Cameron.
What is going on?

   
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
 

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Nurse.
Look look! O heavy day!

Lady Cameron.
O me, O me! My child, my only life!
Wake up, wake up or I'll die with you!
Help! help call.

(Enter Cameron.)

Cameron.
By shame, take Juliette. his lord came.

Nurse.
She is dead, dies, she is dead; alack the day!

Lady Cameron
Alas by day, she's dead, she's dead, she's dead!

Cameron.
Ha! let me see it, alas! she is cold;
His blood is regulated and his joints are stiff.
Life and these lips have long been separated:
Death rests on her like a premature gel
On the sweetest flower of all the field.
Time cursed! unhappy old man!

Nurse.
O dismal day!

Lady Cameron.
O woeful time!

Cameron.
The death that made her make me cry,
Attach my tongue and do not let me talk.

(Enter Friar Tuck and Phoenix, with musicians.)

Friar.
Come, is the bride ready to go to chapel?

Cameron.
Ready to leave, but never come back:
O son, the night before your wedding
He died with your fiancee: she is there,
Flower as she was, deflowered by him.
Death is my son-in-law, death is my heir;
My daughter, he's married: I'm going to die.
And leave it all; life, life, everything is dead.

Phoenix.
Have I thought long to see the face of this morning,
And does that give me such a view?

Lady Cameron.
Accursed, unhappy, miserable, hateful day!
The most miserable time that time has seen
In the hard work of his pilgrimage!
But a poor child, a poor and loving child,
But one thing to rejoice and to console oneself,
And the cruel death caught her from my sight!

   
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
         
         
   

Nurse.
Misfortune! O lamentable and deplorable day!
Most dismal day, the most dismal day
That said, I saw it again!
O day! O day! O day! O hateful day!
Never been seen so black a day like this:
O dismal day! O dismal day!

Phoenix.
Enticed, divorced, injured, spit, killed!
The most hateful death, by you
By cruel, you're all upset!
O, love! O life! not life, but love in death!

Cameron.
Desperate, distressed, hated, martyr, killed!
Uncomfortable weather, why are you now
Murder, murder our solemnity?
O child! O child! my soul and not my child!
You are dead, dead! Alas, my child is dead;
And with my child, my joys are buried!

Friar.
Peace, ho, out of shame! healing of confusion does not live
In these confusions. Heaven and you
Have participated in this beautiful girl; now the sky has everything,
And good for the maid:
Your part in it, you can not keep from death;
But the sky keeps its part in eternal life.
The most you looked for was his promotion;
For your paradise, it is necessary to advance it:
And cry now, seeing that she is advanced
Above the clouds, as high as the sky itself?
O, in this love, you love your child so sick
That you are angry, because she is well:
She is not well married and lives a long time married:
But she is better married and dies young bride.
Dry your tears and stick your rosemary
On this beautiful Corsican; and, according to custom,
Throughout her range, bring her to church.
Because if nature invites us all to mourn,
Yet the tears of nature are the joy of reason.

   
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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Cameron.
All the things we ordered festival
Turn from their desk to a black funeral:
Our instruments with melancholy bells;
Our marriage to a sad funeral;
Our solemn hymns with dark songs change;
Our bridal flowers serve for a buried Corsican,
And everything changes them to the contrary.

Friar.
Sir, go away and, madam, go with him;
And go Sir Phoenix; everyone prepares
Follow this beautiful corpse to his grave:
The heavens are falling on you for some sick;
Do not move them by crossing their high will.

(Exit Cameron, Lady Cameron, Phoenix and Friar)

1 musician.
Faith, we can put our pipes and be gone.

Nurse.
Honest good guys, ah, set up, set up;
For good you know it's a pitiful case.

(Exit.)

1 musician.
Yes, by my faith, the case can be changed.

(Enter Paul.)

Paul.
Musicians, O, musicians, 'Heart's facility', 'Heart's facility':
O you will make me live, play "Heart's ease".

1 musician.
Why 'Heart's easy'?

Paul.
O, musicians, because my heart plays itself
full of misfortune ': O, play me a piece of joy to comfort me.

1 musician.
Not a discharge, we do not have time to play now.

Paul.
You will not be there?

1 musician.
No.

Paul.
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1 musician.
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Paul.
No money, on my loyalty; but the trick, I will give you the
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1 musician.
Then I will give you the creature that serves.

Paul.
Then I'll put the service creature's dagger on your block.
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1 musician.
You and us, we notice you.

2 musician.
Pray that you put your dagger and put your mind.

Paul.
So to you with my spirit! I'm going to dry you with a
Iron spirit, and put my iron dagger. Answer me like men:

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And diabolical empties the oppressive spirit,
Then the music with its money '

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What are you saying, Simon Catling?

1 musician.
Wife, sir, because money has a sweet sound.

Paul.
Pretty! What do you say, Hugh Rebeck?

2 musician.
I say "his money" because the musicians sound for the money.


   
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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