my Laura (returned she) avoid so melancholy a subject, I intreat you.
Yet to be silent would be cruel; she had intreated me to talk.
For two Hours did I rave thus madly and should not then have left off, as I was not in the least fatigued, had not Sophia who was just recovered from her swoon, intreated me to consider that Night was now approaching and that the Damps began to fall.
"Let me, I intreat
you, take a dozen of your subjects with me to the Emerald City."
Did I not beg you, did I not intreat
you, to leave the whole conduct to me?
His wife gave him a look which invited him in; and, while he was coming round, added, "Now, dearest Emma, let me intreat
you to say and look every thing that may set his heart at ease, and incline him to be satisfied with the match.
Her mother, still confident of their engagement, and relying as warmly as ever on his constancy, had only been roused by Elinor's application, to intreat
from Marianne greater openness towards them both; and this, with such tenderness towards her, such affection for Willoughby, and such a conviction of their future happiness in each other, that she wept with agony through the whole of it.
The prisoners expressed the greatest concern at having incurred his Majesty's displeasure, and in a petition addressed to Colonel Winslow intreated
him to detain a part of them as sureties for the appearance of the rest, who were desirous of visiting their families, and consoling them in their distress and misfortunes.
[sic] this most eminent Lyric of the age, to favour us with an account of his descent from the starry sphere.
His Maiestie [...] hath granted many gratious priuileges, vnder the great Seale, to vs and to our Heirs for euer, that will aduenture or plant in the said plantation: So I wish and intreat
all well affected subiects, some in their persons, others in their purses, cheerfully to aduenture, and ioyntly take in hand this high and acceptable worke, tending to aduance and spread the kingdome of God, and the knowledge of the truth, among so many millions of men and women, sdauage and blind, that neuer yet saw the true light shine before their eyes, to enlighten their minds and comfort their soules, as also for the honor of our king, and enlarging of his kingdome.
"I do beseech and intreat
you not to be putting yourself forward, and talking and giving your opinion as if you were one of your cousins--as if you were dear Mrs.
I here desire To make you supravisor of my will And do intreat
your goodnesse to fulfil My last desires left unto you in trust I know you love the Muses, and you will Be a most faithfull Guardian and a just.