(29) "without partialitie or respect of personis, as said is, and na favour, freindschip nor moyane;" "for thair awne particulair proffeit and using of revengement
upoun personis aganis quhome thai professit evill will and inimitie." RPC, iv, p.
(105) The full title his 1567 pseudo-classical musical revenge tragedy, Horestes, is a mouthful: A newe Enterlude of Vice conteyning the History of Horestes with the cruell revengement
of his Fathers death upon his one naturallMother.
Hal is not dead, of course, but the idea of a "revengement
and a scourge" is much the same.