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NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N. Y., DECEMBER 15, 1899.
Severus and Caracalla.
That ev'ry knave may sport with it, as tho’
'Twere but a jester's bauble. Hast thou heard ? Tent Scene. York, England. After Attempted Par
Carac. Like idle winds that blow athwart yon ricide.
Thy words have reached me, and like winds have gone A. D. 210.
Their vagrant ways, to leave me undisturbed. (Continued.)
Why hast thou bid me here attend thy call ? Sever. Because thy father's hand withholds the
To laugh at ills that are the legions' sport? sword,
To hark awhile to second childhood's rage ? And trembles in the presence of his son.
A gusty storm that sways and bends thy frame, Rome's Emperor, the master of the world,
As zephyr breezes play with blighted stalk? Underved stands before his guilty child.
Sever. Behold a stalk unblighted at the top, This tongue of mine, that faltered not when Death A pliant reed that passion makes an oak Made merry feasts, because I spoke the word
With brawny arms and bark of roughest cast, That bred proscriptions as the sun breeds worms,
To brave the adverse tempests of my foes. Can only babble, as in childish grief,
Tho' lapse of years hath whiten'd with its frost My son ! my son ! why seek thy father's life?
This crowned top, the verdant sap of youth Carac. Now dost thou prove that impotence of
Finds lodging here as in my younger days ; soul,
The bitter fruit of vengeance still is pluck’d, So hated by thy legions and thy son ;
Aye ! swallow'd, too, with relish as of yore. Thy legs have grown too weak to hold thy frame; I bring thee here to chide thee for thy crime. Thy eyes, like those of lovelorn maid, must pour
[C. moves. The anguish'd flood at every petty grief ;
Thou shalt remain ; by all the gods! thou shalt.
G. Thy palsied hand no longer grasps the wand As doth become the vigorous head of Rome.
(To be continued.) Thou leanest on it rather as a staff,
The Story of the "Merchant of Venice." A helping staff to thine old age, that so, With halting step, thou may'st creep on to where
HE “thousand-souled " bard of Avon has long Oblivion waits thee in the land of shades.
since had his surfeit of praise and adulation. Sever. Gods of my Empire! have I nourished him
Additional encomiums are well-nigh an imposWho turns and rends me with his serpent's tooth ?
sibility. Other poets of the immortal school Carac. 'Tis not this serpeut's fault ; thou didst have been compelled to rest the security of their fame beget
on rarely more than one universally acknowledged And nurture him with renom ; 'tis thy brood,
epithet. But with Shakespeare it is different. His Thy image, younger, but more fit to sting.
titles are as numerous as his abilities were various, Šever. Then shall I tear this image from my soul, and are as well deserved as his genius was thorough. And cast it to the dogs of yonder camp,
He lives with his works, and his works will die but That they may taste, and sicken as they touch, - with the language, and, dying, will leave behind them But no ; I am thy father still, and thou,
a memory perishable only with time. Tho' hideous grown, art yet a cherished son.
Of Shakespeare's plays, one especially has of late Carac. Thy son and thy first heir ; so reads the years received more than ever absorbing attention. will;
Not so much, however, the play, as the manner of its Resign to me the heavy burden now.
production. Since its celebrated presentation a few It bears thee down ; thou art too old to rule ;
vears since by Mr. Irving and Miss Terry it has been Thy image here awaits ; he's younger and
considered almost akin to a sacrilege for any lesser Sever. More fit to sting. Thou didst but say the genius to number it in his repertoire. Few, indeed, word
have attempted it. When, therefore, some time back, That tears me here the while. Know that this crown America's leading actress essayed its production, there Shall pillow me in death, if so I will,
was havoc among the dramatic critics—a gasp of Or handed be to other blood than mine.
incredulity and a flurried, desperate sharpening of I grasp'd it 'mid the carnage and the groans
pencils. Great, indeed, one may say, must be the of legions slaughtered ; ’mid the battle’s dust
veneration for a drama which associates with it so I placed it here, and here it shall remain,
much of sacredness. And truly great it is. The MerTho' thunderbolts were poised to tear it hence. chant of Venice" is pre-eminently the forget-me-not I lay not down this golden prize of war,
poesy in Shakespeare's bouquet of comedies. But let