Illusion; or, The trances of Nourjahad; an oriental romance, in three acts [by Samuel Arnold], founded on a Persian tale written [or rather, translated] by Mrs. Sheridan. As now performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane, etc
J. Barker, 1813 - 47 pages
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amiable Zulima approach arrive at Ormuz Art thou Assan attended Azame beautiful Cadijah beautiful Mandane Beloved Mandane brilliant call Hasem celestial charming chimera colours consolation Cosro Dance Dancers Dare dear Hasem dear Mandane desire inexhaustible destiny dreadful dress duties Eastern world Enter HASEM Enter MANDANE Enter NoURJAHAD Enter ScHEMZEDDIN Exit faithful Hasem Fatima favour fear Garden Genius give grief Guards happiness hear Heaven Houris I.—The Stage represents ILLUSION immortality on earth ISAAC REED jahad l—her Mahomet Mand master military band Miss mortal Mour mysterious Nour Nourjahad appears Officer palace palanquin pannels Paradise Pavilion Peristyle pleasure Prime Vizier Prince prophet punish receive the Sultan's retirement SCENE I.—The Stage Schem Schermazad SHAKESPEARE Shewing Signior sleep Soft Music solitary outcast Sultan of Egypt sweet Tale tell thine thou art thou hast TRANCEs of NoURJAHAD treasures vases virtuous wealth wine wish women would'st wretch young zeddin