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_mam._ what! a lords son become a beggar!
_fool_. why not, when beggars are become lords sons. come, tis but a
_mam._ oh, sir, many a small make a great.
_fool_. no, sir, a few great make a many small. come, my lords, poor and
needy hath no law.
_ed._ nor necessity no right. drum, down with them into the cellar. rest
content, rest content, one bout more, and then away.
_fool_. spoke like a true heart; i kiss thy foot, sweet knight.
(_the morrice sing and dance, and exeunt_.)
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sitting in the druids chair.
we detach the following scene from one of mr. horace smiths _tales of
the_ _early ages_. the date is the fifth century, about twenty years
after the final withdrawing of the romans from britain. the actors are
hengist, the saxon chief, guinessa, his daughter, betrothed to oscar, a
young prince, and gryffhod, a briton of some distinction, and proprietor
of caer-broc, a villa on the kentish coast, where the parties are
sojourning. the incident embodies the _superstition of sitting in the
druids chair_, similar in its portentous moment to sitting in st.
michaels chair, in cornwall. it is told with considerable force and
in the morning, hengist informed his daughter, to her no small dismay,
that he meant to take her to canterbury for the purpose of introducing
her to her uncle horsa, desiring her to make preparations for her
immediate departure. but before i leave caer-broc, said the saxon, i
would fain mount that lofty cliff up which i climbed fifteen years ago,
in order that i might discover, if possible, upon what coast the storm
had cast me. it commands, as i recollect, an extensive inland view, and
i would show my fellow-soldiers the beauty of the country into which i
have led them.
it must have been the druids chair, for that is the loftiest headland
upon our coast.
the higher the better, my child, for so shall we gain the wider
prospect. the morning is at present, clear, and i would climb the cliff
before those clouds which i see gathering in the west, shall be blown
hither to intercept our prospect. so saying, he invited his comrades,
as well as oscar, to accompany him; while gryffhod, on learning his
purpose, joined his party with leoline and others of his men, in order
that they might render assistance, should any such be required, in
climbing the broken and somewhat perilous ascent to the dizzy summit of
the cliff. ropes were provided in case of accident, as persons had more
than once slipped from the narrow ledge, and fallen upon lower fragments
of the cliff, whence they could be only extricated by hauling them up.
battered and undermined by the storms of ages, the druids chair has
long since been shivered into fragments and wasted away; but at the
period of which we are writing it formed the outermost of a chain of
crags which were connected together by a tongue of rock and cliff
sufficiently continuous to allow a passage, but broken into sharp
acclivities and descents which rendered the undertaking toilsome to all,
and not without peril for those who were liable to be giddy, or who did
not possess a good portion of activity. surely, said hengist, as he
followed gryffhod, this ridge was much more even when i traversed it
fifteen years ago.
you are right, replied the briton; but rains and frosts have since
broken away its surface. this is our steepest ascent, but it is the
last. we will help guinessa to surmount it, and when we gain the summit,
she shall be the first to sit in the druids chair.
with some little mutual assistance, the whole party gained the pinnacle
of the cliff, which was a small and nearly circular platform, with a
central crag that bore a rude resemblance to a chair. you shall have
the honour that was promised you, said the saxon chief to his daughter;
but we must first clear away the samphire and weeds which have taken
previous possession of your seat. so saying, he cut them away with his
sword, and lead his panting daughter to the throne, upon which she was
by no means sorry to rest herself. hengist then walked repeatedly round
the lofty level, pointing out with his weapon the distant objects that
engaged his attention, and demanding frequent explanations from
gryffhod, more particularly as to the direction and distance of
canterbury. while he was thus occupied, the heavy western clouds, whose
threatenings he had been so anxious to anticipate, were swept rapidly
towards them by a sudden storm gust, which lashed up the waves into
fury, and instantly surrounded the foot of the crag whirlpools of foam.
the extensive prospect upon which they had so lately been gazing was now
shrouded in a dense gloom, presently pierced and irradiated by a vivid
flash of lightning, followed by a crash of thunder that made the lofty
crag tremble beneath their feet. to a martial soul like that of hengist,
this warring of the elements presented a more spirit-stirring and
congenial spectacle, than all the tranquil beauties of the previous
prospect, and he pointed out to the admiration of his comrades the
fiercer features of the scene, shouting with delight as a huge mass of