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<T MNDQ><L 1><Y Q><P A2><C ><J :>+ <I * A Midsummer-Night's Dream - Q1>+ <I 1 1>+ <D {Enter} Theseus, Hippolita, {with others.}> <L 2><S {Theseus.}> <L 3>NOw faire {Hippolita}, our nuptiall hower <L 4>Draws on apase: fower happy daies bring in <L 5><J *>An other Moone: but oh, me thinks, how slow <L 6><J *>This old Moone wanes! She lingers my desires, <L 7><J :>Like to a Stepdame, or a dowager, <L 8>Long withering out a yong mans reuenewe. <L 9><J *><S {Hip.}>Fower daies will quickly steepe themselues in night: <L 10><J :>Fower nights will quickly dreame away the time: <L 11>And then the Moone, like to a siluer bowe, <L 12>Now bent in heauen, shall beholde the night <L 13>Of our solemnities. <L 14><S {The.}>Goe {Philostrate}, <L 15>Stirre vp the {Athenian} youth to merriments, <L 16>Awake the peart and nimble spirit of mirth, <L 17>Turne melancholy foorth to funerals: <L 18>The pale companion is not for our pomp. <L 19>{Hyppolita}, I woo'd thee with my sword, <L 20>And wonne thy loue, . . .