<> Ferg063 Deirdre Linen Hall Library 1880 Linen Hall Library Thursday, February 4, 2016 TIFF Ferg063 Manuscript Private, Betray, Poisoned English https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/ferg063 Linen Hall Library Linen Hall Library Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/sites/default/files/Ferg063_0.jpg LHL Archive ´╗┐And we, as sons and lawful deputies Of his great surety, Fergus son of Roy, Are answerable for him. PURSUIVANT. Yield him up. BUINO. We will not yield him. There I plant the spear Of Fergus. Pass it, and I strike thee dead. PURSUIVANT. Buino, a message for thy private ear BUINO. Deliver it without. I follow thee. DEIRDRE. It is the confirmation of the grant That bribes him to betray us. ILLAN. Oh, no, no ! If that were possible, I'd die of shame. NAISI. Await him : he'll return. DEIRDRE. Oh trustful breast, Incapable of comprehending guile. As is the goblet of true crystal stone To hold the poisoned draught that shivers it. Would I could bear thy heart-break, now at hand 1 AINLE. He comes not back. Sir, shall we take our arms ? NAISI. What, Ulan, wouldst thou that we deem ourselves Discharged the duty to rely on thee ? ILLAN. Not while I live, and these, my father's men, Are here to make the pledge of Fergus good. NAISI. The move is with thee, Ardan. Play again. Text