Everything feeds his suspicions; he is "dwelling in a continual 'larum of jealousy."
I'll ring this fatal 'larum in all ears, Than which what greater instance of my hate? Y. ART.
Away; Yet one word more; your Counsel, Noble friends; Harke, Baltazar, because nor eyes nor tongues Shall by loud Larums that the poore boy lives Question thy false report, the child shall closely, Mantled in darknesse, forthwith be conveyed To the Monastery of Saint Paul.
He has a tremendous larum at his bed's head, and turns out every day at five o'clock in imitation of Paley.