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Group Title: First of May : a fairy masque
Title: First of May
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 Material Information
Title: First of May a fairy masque
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 20 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Crane, Walter, 1845-1915
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915 ( Illustrator )
James R. Osgood and Company ( Publisher )
Heliotype Printing Co ( Printer )
Donor: Egolf, Robert ( donor )
Publisher: James R. Osgood & Co.
Place of Publication: Boston
Manufacturer: Heliotype Printing Co.
Publication Date: 1881
 Subjects
Subject: Children's plays   ( lcsh )
Fairies -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Flowers -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Queens -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Adventure and adventurers -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Fantasy literature -- 1881   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1881
Genre: Fantasy literature   ( rbgenr )
novel   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: presented in a series of 52 designs by Walter Crane.
General Note: No. 77 of 200 copies.
General Note: Printed on one side of leaf only.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00049578
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002226212
notis - ALG6495
oclc - 62332874

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Half Title
        Page i
    Dedication
        Page 1
    Frontispiece
        Plate
    Title Page
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Characters
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    Act I
        Scene I
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        Scene II
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        Scene III
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    Act II
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        Scene I
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        Scene II
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        Scene III
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SLiede Queen, by yon full moon thar sinks apace,
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And chaffinch wove her lichen-i- ne5s-.

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All you bid us, Q'uenis doCne, '
Through the Forest Mays beui,
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S."""-- '-Z Swalow,.s, joyoLU in Phe iight,
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Dark a-nd pale blue violet;
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S. Pansy, violeh- elder brother;
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S' ''-r/ Lovechild of the sun and shower;
SCelandines wilh twinkhng ray,
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To feel rhe hunger of the soul appeased,
in having found 'e prize f nobleness,
[ ;A nokle man, whose love is tfui itselF,
-,Th5 is o love,- io lead a k-er hfe.
I Andc y4e I know no how my love ha, grown; 1
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S6/1hichl bloc0ms so brighl-, as if i-t were no flower.
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S;-.. -*I And where i'hou oesf .shi'res etfrr:i da ',
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'r' ` Did ever lovers love so c- acd r.e
Yet ove may be e -. /y iyirn tonues.
And consfancy by slaics.,-i overcor-e.
AN( ELICA .
'I he lying tongue harmrns ;I i.-u but i
Ani slander ever by ibs own hatnd coies.
And love's no love which is by Ti-hese
For love is no. as morS-a n ools 0nidink.
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S-Bt : red in rnih(cs \whose pulxses beain J;. ( u I
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I *iil J ii '- L s15ie5 andc Fears.
T. T,: one good one ill,
.:I V K K : esse ess wa'e
fy--'/s\ -- And Mandrake uses, Jo Fuil! his er.nd,
That greae-; power oF good or --- woman;
f ~To-dclay the players to the Foresr come.
.[* ";^~ ^ As is qieir wonF, to keep he Firs of May,
14', And 'ionds them Mandrake has an access foundc,
Aid guercLoned. her wilk laugiher, dimples,smiles,
And sighs Iha are kalf smiles, love' armoury:
SHas Iti such suTirner-' .I. ., lit her eye.,
) i' And -. -I their flashes wilk so rue an aim:
And edpdct her speech .1 suck a wit,
.hat 5he'ill bewichyo.:. La. eo from is love.
ANGELICA.
Rare 'o capture easy- -. miCds
Sbut i se owned a i. ,-,times these cfannr. '
'ou overall hker power for ':. ill.
PIO B) t iNET.
S_ _- >-' [ overrate Ver pcwer jot 'too m*iuckh.
7 Perchanceyouve known some beau-eous AuTumn day
Hei-ess to all Ike summer-'s garnered weai n.
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"F I This beauy bodes no good,' .'i eaher reed,
I i i And in its train hard c.k'- so-rim and wreck.,
LE .1 W\ood t in, one night stripped bankruph- rteir ld, i
''' '/ Arid heavers crimsorn plumes to terpests iurned-
SI. Such is ber beauty breeding wreck to men.
ANG ELICA. '
Dear Robine, you somewhat sptak too rash,
For beauty in this world did never wron>,
F or whatl i_ wrong can ne'er be beah i
Bul beauiys dower can Mandrake give tonone,
i For bey is r perFec' made,
Shrined in the rnirror of the perfiec m id .
R BINET
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I Clkase throfu,-i !Ie e summer Fields 'he summe's bird,
*- Tkheir nextiof kin, the gem-winged Luinerry,
Arndc af ter nany es &er kedae and dickh
; Tey catch ithe prize, bt he colour's dimmed,
"A nd dead s e .' e diamond bloom
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i- r worse, a asi he will -ake foui for fair, v bxxII
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Soto oa & tANGELICA. .-
0_ i. Bu i s this Laureo of sck meal 'ra.de, i
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i 1'' \ AAnd to the first -fLir tempiress yield hi mee1-- I
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SIFI weree ba mortal beauy 'i .no r e
Fi' But gaint this Mandrake ke' o fa! n-i ..:L'1.
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S' He Wh- oleys te ke Gowii,.,i, ki, w n .
SI' *. His conscience, by the., ac bec rrne, a .oI;
'S'' Andc ke wvo rules kimseifF rues over
I' Andhke who Fears rneed no one a-- '
1 Bua see! here lying coies ry oider aii i
l Poised like the w. en se side icond
Vitj i -7 -,*V Ij i A nrd 5shows5 her whkie bIreasd in':; o ai.s i :-.'.. :-
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A plant can't feel or surrer kailF en .:
Sove to sow distrust 'twixt man and y ran,
To blight the mirncs of friends with jealousy,
Srafft canker on Fair cheeks, and Lroadccast" fin
'.-- The thorns and briars of pa-sion on eac hear .
kMake vows of love turn into oaths of hate,
Te kiss isreect oson on the lovers lis
\/ith mask of virtue ruin innocence .
"" L". A .nd stretch the just man on misfortunes rack.
MANDRAKE.
S I spoke! ut you skall see a daintier sight,1
"T ,A rnaid. stretched on the rack onf jealousy;
io ay thae. viruous Lhlian,whom I e.--/
H aibe 35 e 6aa* LAusV ever k a[e Ike Sood,
Hae in proportion as there Jess to hate,
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Skhe w '01 love-plighted fo young Laureo,
Reigns in the Fore as he .ueen of May:
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orn ages since, wha ime i. Fairy ueen
A) c .- child was nursing in this wood;
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So there is his for you, andC iFis for you i

aNE F THE CHiLDREN.
But are here really any -eiries rlno\. i ,i
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"T/e ,players in a moment be here- -
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I ,'l' 1 1Exii Laureo,
THE CHILDREN.
S' i y '.r,'!vr.' T Fairy t-ale! tell the Fairy t-ale 2' i l
.TA7 e you prOiUsei very ong' ag.o!

.1: tken. I I yOU n v11; v itfkiki 5kis\ /ood,
S*Fwiry he Queen' cdieI vercder; l
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On kaw iorris spreads the perned fleece o may.
And in he rrorni'r's strings [l-e bladeiof grass
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An1-J) And 6y a xiver Lank -e s ,K
And blows lLhose doiden bubtule:e, rnariolds:
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O I Laureo,is rkis tWe love you swore,
SBy flwers, Ly rees, anc- Ly he heaven ;
Have f not just Lee ,,- crov,ned e Queen of a
I Anci youth forsake n,,e oribi pai tecd i ase
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S-O---k! jus4 as on some sunny dcay in. ':- .,
Two rappy birds make love upon one branch.,
0 -, i/-nd tke forest rings wik meiodly; .. ;,
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S'.' And each bird flies its way to mee' no more,
"I I Suck is my love,ubpon a spring-dayj born,
Ked on his songs, and-L nursec.on r, 'tery'; I,
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And 15 again Leloved by everyhiv til g,l
-The bee Ha loes the floweer, the wer theI -
S' t '' Te ligkl thal loves and is Leloved by all,
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H ere ever 'I upon ies fellow ,
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And in their' s ead souln-m haired breeds.
ArNi Oi fo a me, cearest oo, For this,
[7 ,Y P_ -i- Ti, hao one. one doubt" shnqoUld ever have mny thoughts "
ripped in, rI-ysoul devoloK to-ve impeached.
.. 'But du this i ea tbr pardon s.andcn friend,
r'! : i knev., ,t who mese fairy 'eal-ures were,
i Nor :,wo ihis gracious Queen,whko ce'r hem reins i
Ax-A 'tiks crouchh ignorance w/e always sin;
i, *nu l' peeaLd for pardon sue,
For I can reaid cf Ivele ssupc, nyo"r -ace;
Lov : aptre already feel, .
Thai e a,, is "rea-er
LaUREO. L -
'Tis muns p r--. or parclon, and nod yo_ -.u,
Fo ave sinned because I seemed o sin
Altkhoug2kno sin have done or even houggh.
A voyader yve been .o Fairyland,
A seen vwha mroortal eyes can never see, i
b-- r "- heard wh.a[ moral ears can never near
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S, 1l; -.et yne press tky breast unto m breaks,
i' ? i i' Hea; unto keart-and soul to soul betroked.

SI &,-, *', t Robinet Of wkomyou spoke
I1 3. i T.-erely verderer of birds and flowers,
SF.,- -,u in youth's sweet garden I have watched
"."ib lendieere care than all my birds and flowers.
-.. -,. I who warned our Queen or Man'd ake's plots,
i. 1. II I tiha crown of roses wove you wear,
T.- I will guardyou.in hte years to come,
1 j s FI,.: net the verderer of-maids.
ANCEL[COA.
'ear lovers, you shall ever be our care,
"/, d,: s,,i _,I be e the token of our care,--
o -'i .11 on the spot your marriage ris perform.
-- ,cd how the world the fairest of all sights,
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The library is open every afternoon, except Sunday,
from 2 until 5, and on Monday, Wednesday and Satur-
day evenings from 7 to 9.
All books, except new fiction, may be kept three
weeks, and a fine of three cents a day will be charged
for over detention. New fiction may be kept one week,
and the fine will be two cents a day for over detention.
Borrowers may take two books at one time, pro-
vided that only one book of fiction is taken.
Books to be renewed must be returned to the library.
The owner of a card will be responsible for all
books, fines and penalties recorded against it.
A person wishing to take books on another person's
card may be required to produce written permission to
that effect.
If a card is lost, five cents must be paid for a new one.
The librarian may refuse to change a book the same
day on which it is taken out and must withhold the use
of the library from all whose fines are unpaid.
Persons wilfully violating the rules of the library
may be deprived of its privileges at the discretion of
the Trustees.
Whoever wilfully, and maliciously, or without
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