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Enter the Fauns and Dryads, and attend to the following direétions. The tune is play'd a second time, to which * they dance.

* Now lighter and gayer, ye tinkling strings, sound ; • Light, light in the air, ye nimble nymphs, bound. . * Now, now with quick feet the ground beat, beat, beat; * Now with quick feet the ground beat, beat, beat, &c. ‘Now cold and denying, “Now kind and complying, * Consenting, repenting. * Disdaining, complaining, . . * Indifference now feigning. * Again with quick feet the ground beat, beat, beat. * [Exeunt dancers.

* Sung by Comus, as now performed at Covent-garden theatre. 2. Comur.

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