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:his pardon. Philander wo's but is coldly returned: and told
 
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:Svavina mournfull.
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:Salohcin wo's and winnes Svavina to make promise: reportes his
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:wife Ascania sicke.
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:Ascania feeles y<sup>e</sup> neglectfull coldnes of Salohcin.
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:Corintha hauing much obserued Suavina's sadnesse sendeth to
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:her. whom being come she comfortes: confesseth her loue vnto
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:Philander but will try him. cleares Suauina's iealousy. and
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:sendeth for Aristocles.
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:Aristocles and Svauina exceed for ioy, att meeting. recounting
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:bond [?] loue to Aristocles. Suavina declares y<sup>e</sup> promise
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:made to Salohcin. they all conspire to defeate him. y<sup>e</sup> manage
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:whereof <l> is left to Aristocles, but charg'd to be bloudles.
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:whilst he sitts bet y<sup>e</sup> two lady's y<sup>e</sup> two K<sup>s</sup>. come in: each iea-
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:-lous and enuious that Aristocles doth impede theire loues.
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:they court theire severall mistresses, svavina breifely de-
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:-ferres him to <y<sup>e</sup> sibyll's> y<sup>e</sup> Phoebade Vertumna: where <that>
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:next night shee'l meete him: and so goes out.
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:Salohcin <bidds> asketh Phonops if Ascania be deade: he sayth she
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:shall that <d>night. Salo< >hcin asketh Philander how he speedes
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:who sayth but coldly and conditionally. Corintha leaues them
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:on itt and take care. he biddeth Phonops dispatch him
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:Phonops stayeth considering how, and reckoning how many he
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:<Philocles> Aristocles alone ruminating y<sup>e</sup> dangers and diffi-
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:him self kill's two, Phonop's flyeth he followeth and
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:ouertakes him: Phonop's begges mercy on his knees: chargeth
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(The following transcription is based on Joseph Quincy Adams' in "The Author Plot of an Early Seventeenth Century Play," The Library, 4th ser., 26 (1945-46): 24-25.)

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Folger X.d.206, p4. Reproduced by permission
of the Folger Shakespeare Library.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Act. i.
. . . . .Scaen: i.
Philander and his sister Suauina walke and conferre:
she greiues for ye warre.
. . . . .Sc. 2.
Philander telleth Euphrastes ye cause why he will not
marry Suauina to any but a present K.
. . . . .Sc:3.
Aristocles and Suauina discouer theire passions and are
discouered by Phonops.
. . . . .Sc:4.
Philander doth banish Aristocles.
. . . . .Sc: 5.
Euphrastes doth counsell Aristocles to go to ye
warres between ye Epirot and Achaian.



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Act. 2.
. . . . .Sc: 1.
Salohcin breathing att ye battle is told of ye victory
by an vn-knowen souldier. which was Aristocles.
. . . . .Sc. 2.
Aristocles is brought to Salohcin: with colours wonne
and enterteyn'd with honour.
. . . . .Sc. 3.
A parley bet Philander and Salohcin. Aristocles banished
both Kingdomes. and peace concluded.
. . . . .Sc. 4.
The lady's brought in. Philander and Corintha mutually
taken, and Salohcin with Suauina. Ascania see's itt: greives
that e're she made him king.
. . . . .Sc. 5.
<Philocles o>
Aristocles obtaynes of Corintha to mediate for him
. . . . .Sc. 6.
Corintha of Philander obteynes pardon for Aristocles.
. . . . .Sc. 7.
Suauina alone <iea 1> iealous and passionate.
. . . . .Sc:8.
Suavina confirm'd in iealousy. Corintha declares to Aristocles
his pardon. Philander wo's but is coldly returned: and told
that he must gett Aristocles to pleade for him.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Act. 3.


. . . . .Sc. 1.
Svavina mournfull.


. . . . .Sc. 2.
Salohcin wo's and winnes Svavina to make promise: reportes his
wife Ascania sicke.


. . . . .Sc.3.
Ascania feeles ye neglectfull coldnes of Salohcin.


. . . . .Sc.4.
Corintha hauing much obserued Suavina's sadnesse sendeth to
her. whom being come she comfortes: confesseth her loue vnto
Philander but will try him. cleares Suauina's iealousy. and
sendeth for Aristocles.


. . . . .Sc.5.
Aristocles and Svauina exceed for ioy, att meeting. recounting
theire weale and wo. Corintha weepes to sympathize
with theire free passions. and vowes an aemulous but
bond [?] loue to Aristocles. Suavina declares ye promise
made to Salohcin. they all conspire to defeate him. ye manage
whereof <l> is left to Aristocles, but charg'd to be bloudles.


. . . . .Sc.6.
whilst he sitts bet ye two lady's ye two Ks. come in: each iea-
-lous and enuious that Aristocles doth impede theire loues.
they court theire severall mistresses, svavina breifely de-
-ferres him to <ye sibyll's> ye Phoebade Vertumna: where <that>
next night shee'l meete him: and so goes out.
Salohcin <bidds> asketh Phonops if Ascania be deade: he sayth she
shall that <d>night. Salo< >hcin asketh Philander how he speedes
who sayth but coldly and conditionally. Corintha leaues them
Philander's vowe will not suffer him appeare in any sentence
complaints to
against Aristocles and therefore <winne's> Salohcin <to banish
him . . . > who biddes him feare not he will but think
on itt and take care. he biddeth Phonops dispatch him
att advantage. . . . <Sc. 7.>
<Aristocles complaynes of banishment unlook't for.>


. . . . .Sc.7.
Phonops stayeth considering how, and reckoning how many he
had before: resolu's he must now do any. <Philocles>
sayth that
<coming> his two bloudhound's Dolphus and Panascrus
shall att aduantage with his helpe do this.


. . . . .Sc.8

<Philocles> Aristocles alone ruminating ye dangers and diffi-
-culty's of rescuing Suavina etc. Phonops hauing dogged
him to ye groue beckoneth his two associates to him they
all putt on vizard's. and rush on him, he defend's
him self kill's two, Phonop's flyeth he followeth and
ouertakes him: Phonop's begges mercy on his knees: chargeth
him to lett him know ye cause. Phonops sayth 'twas
Salohcin: for whom he most do more. Aristocles kicks
him away yett promising silence, so as Phonops do
report him deade to Salohcin, and he resolves to
fly or alter his condition.