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" ... three Furies, Alecto, Megera and Ctesiphone, 6 clad in black garmentes sprinkled with bloud and flames, their bodies girt with snakes, their beds spred with serpentes in-stead of heare ; the one bearing in her hand a snake, the other a whip, and the... "
The Misfortunes of Arthur - Page 201
by Thomas Hughes - 1900 - 265 pages
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Mirror for magistrates: in five parts, Volume 1

Great Britain - 1815 - 556 pages
...before the fourth Act. First the niusick of howeboies began to playe, during which there came from under the stage, as though out of hell, three furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctisiphone, clad in blacke garmentes sprinkled with bloud and flames, their bodies girt with snakes,...
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Mirror for magistrates: in five parts, Volume 1, Parts 1-2

William Baldwin, Thomas Blenerhasset, John Higgins, Richard Niccols - Great Britain - 1815 - 550 pages
...before the fourth Act. First the musick of howeboies began to playe, during which there came from under the stage, as though out of hell, three furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctisiphone, clad in blacke garmentes sprinkled with bloud and flames, their bodies girt with snakes,...
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Memoirs of the life of William Shakespeare, with an essay toward the ...

Richard Grant White - English drama - 1865 - 454 pages
...the fourth Act. " First the musick of howeboies began to playe, during which there came from under the stage as though out of hell, three furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctisiphone, clad in blacke garmentes sprinkled with bloud and flames, their bodies girt with snakes,...
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The Works of William Shakespeare: The Plays Edited from the Folio ..., Volume 1

William Shakespeare, Richard Grant White - 1868 - 626 pages
...before tfte fourth Act. " First the mnaick of howeboies bejian to playe, during which came from under the stage, as though out of hell, three furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctisiphone clad in blacke garmentea sprinkled with bloud und flames, their bodies girt with snakes,...
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Volume 39

1879 - 732 pages
...form of a distinct masque. First the music of hautboys is heard, then there come forth from beneath the stage,' as though out of hell,' three Furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctesiphone, clad in black garments, sprinkled with blood and flames; their bodies girt with snakes, their heads 'spread with...
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On the Stage: Studies of Theatrical History and the Actor's Art, Volume 1

Dutton Cook - Acting - 1883 - 308 pages
...form of a distinct masque. First the music of hautboys is heard, then there come forth from beneath the stage, " as though out of hell," three Furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctesiphone, clad in black garments, sprinkled with blood and flames ; their bodies girt with snakes, their heads " spread with...
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Gorboduc: Or Ferrex and Porrex; a Tragedy

Thomas Norton, Thomas Sackville Earl of Dorset - English drama - 1883 - 154 pages
...AND POKREX. THE ORDER AND SIGNIFICATION OF THE DOMME SHEW BEFORE THE FOURTH ACT. First the mitsick of Howboies began to plaie, during which there came from vnder the stage, as 5 though out of hell three furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctesiphone, clad in black garmentes sprinkled...
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Gorboduc: Or Ferrex and Porrex; a Tragedy

Thomas Norton, Thomas Sackville Earl of Dorset - English drama - 1883 - 148 pages
...THE ORDER AND SIGNIFICATION OF THE DOMME SHEW BEFORE THE FOURTH ACT. First the musiclc of Bowboies began to plaie, during which there came from vnder the stage, as s though out of hell three furies, Alecto, Megera, and Ctesiphone, clad in black garmentes sprinkled...
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Specimens of the Pre-Shakesperean Drama: With an Introduction ..., Volume 2

John Matthews Manly - English drama - 1900 - 794 pages
...woe. 22 End of the Third Act. The Order and Signification of the Domme Shew before the Fourth Act. First the musick of howboies began to plaie, during...hell, three Furies, Alecto, Megera and Ctesiphone, 6 clad in black garmentes sprinkled with bloud and flames, their bodies girt with snakes, their beds...
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Life of Shakespeare

Israel Gollancz, Walter Bagehot - English drama - 1901 - 242 pages
...before the fourth Act. " First the musick of howeboies began to playe, during which came from under the stage, as though out of hell, three furies. Alecto. Megera. and Ctisiphone clad in blacke garmentes sprinkled with bloud and flames, their bodies girt with snakes,...
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