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123 examples of octavio in sentences

Well, you have your full Instructions; your Baggage, Bills and Letters, from Octavio the Sevilian Merchant.

King of Scots, under the name of Octavio Baldi, in order to inform that king of a design against his life.

But before he dismissed Octavio Baldi from his present attendance, he restored him to his old name of Henry Wotton, by Which he then knighted him.

To this purpose Minutius in Octavio, and [6650] Seneca well discourseth with them, lib. 4. de beneficiis, cap.

Octavio dial. 6606.

Emilius is challenged by Octavio as a rival in the love of Julia, and though he had never before heard of the lady, he soon becomes her lover in fact, and eventually marries her.

Clara (Donna), the troth-plight wife of Octavio.

He meets distrust and almost incredible defiance from Wallenstein's officers, excepting Octavio Piccolomini, one of the oldest and most trusted, to whom he brings secret dispatches directing him to supersede Wallenstein in case of the latter's open rebellion, which the court believes he has already determined upon.

Questenberg and Octavio are deeply concerned to make sure of the adherence to their cause of Octavio's son, Max, a child of the camp and an especial favorite with Wallenstein.

Questenberg and Octavio are deeply concerned to make sure of the adherence to their cause of Octavio's son, Max, a child of the camp and an especial favorite with Wallenstein.

OCTAVIO PICCOLOMINI, Lieutenant-General.

And dispatch immediately A servant for Octavio Piccolomini.

* ACT II SCENE I Scene, as in the preceding Act WALLENSTEIN, OCTAVIO PICCOLOMINI WALLENSTEIN (coming forward in conversation).

Enter MAX PICCOLOMINI Now go, Octavio.

OCTAVIO (to his son).

Is it true that thou wilt send Octavio? TERZKY.

Von Questenberg, while he was here, was always Lurking about with this Octavio.

Then was my horse kil'd under me; I sank; And over me away, all unconcernedly, Drove horse and riderand thus trod to pieces I lay, and panted like a dying man; Then seized me suddenly a savior arm; It was Octavio'sI awoke at once; 'Twas broad day, and Octavio stood before me.

In brief, 'tis sign'd and seal'd that this Octavio Is my good angeland now no word more.

SCENE IV Chamber in the residence of Piccolomini OCTAVIO PICCOLOMINI (attired for traveling), AN ADJUTANT OCTAVIO.

SCENE IV Chamber in the residence of Piccolomini OCTAVIO PICCOLOMINI (attired for traveling), AN ADJUTANT OCTAVIO.

It awaits below. OCTAVIO.

From Tiefenbach's. OCTAVIO.


who comes yet of the others? OCTAVIO (with an air of mystery).

In me, friend, you may place Full confidenceNay, put me to the proof. OCTAVIO.

God knows it is so; and I owe him all He may rely on my fidelity. OCTAVIO.

all the Germans think so; Esterhazy, Kaunitz, Deodati, too, Insist upon obedience to the Court.] OCTAVIO.

You rejoice OCTAVIO.

They are no such worthless fellows, I assure you. OCTAVIO.

The Devil!what!Why, what means this? Are you not, thenFor what, then, am I here? OCTAVIO.


II give you joy, Lieutenant-General! OCTAVIO.

But you have taken me so by surprise Time for reflection one must have OCTAVIO.

But then the case is OCTAVIO.

God!But who talks then of treason? OCTAVIO.

Did I say so!When, when have I said that? OCTAVIO.

Ay! that delights me now, that you yourself Bear witness for me that I never said so. OCTAVIO.

If he's planning Treasonwhy, treason breaks all bonds asunder. OCTAVIO.

He has done me servicebut if he's a villain, Perdition seize him!All scores are rubb'd off. OCTAVIO.

It shall be done.-But you'll remember me With the Emperorhow well-disposed you found me. OCTAVIO.


[Exit.] OCTAVIO.


OCTAVIO (after both have seated themselves).

'Tis only the like-minded can unite. OCTAVIO.


His lot is mine. OCTAVIO.


Any other Commands for me, Lieutenant-General? OCTAVIO.

Farewell! OCTAVIO.

[He is going.] OCTAVIO (permits him to go as far as the door, then calls after him).

What wish you? OCTAVIO.

what? OCTAVIO (coldly).

Hell and damnation! OCTAVIO (coldly).


But nature gives a sting e'en to the worm Which wanton Power treads on in sport and insult. OCTAVIO.

Some vile court-minion must it be, some Spaniard, Some young squire of some ancient family, In whose light I may stand; some envious knave, Stung to his soul by my fair self-earn'd honors! OCTAVIO.

But tell me, did the Duke approve that measure? BUTLER. Himself impell'd me to it, used his interest In my behalf with all the warmth of friendship. OCTAVIO.

I read the letter. OCTAVIO.

what is this? OCTAVIO.

Can e'er the Emperor's Majesty forgive me? OCTAVIO.

At length he takes his sword from the belt, and offers it to PICCOLOMINI.] OCTAVIO.

Take it. OCTAVIO.

I am no longer worthy of this sword. OCTAVIO.

Perjure myself to such a gracious Sovereign! OCTAVIO.

Break off from him! OCTAVIO.

he dies! OCTAVIO.

BUTLER (strides up and down in excessive agitation, then steps up to OCTAVIO with resolved countenance).

Then leave me here upon my word of honor! OCTAVIO.

Leave me and my regiment. OCTAVIO.

[Exit SERVANT.] OCTAVIO (reads).

SCENE VII OCTAVIO and MAX PICCOLOWINI [MAX enters almost in a state of derangement, from extreme agitation; his eyes roll wildly, his walk is unsteady, and he appears not to observe his father, who stands at a distance, and gazes at him with a countenance expressive of compassion.

He paces with long strides through the chamber, then stands still again, and at last throws himself into a chair, staring vacantly at the object directly before him.] OCTAVIO (advances to him).

Farewell. OCTAVIO.

[OCTAVIO drops his hand, and starts back.]

But thou hast acted not much better. OCTAVIO.

Octavio, 'twill not please me. OCTAVIO.

Octavio, 'twill not please me. OCTAVIO.

Deceit is everywhere, hypocrisy, Murder, and poisoning, treason, perjury: The single holy spot is our love, The only unprofaned in human nature. OCTAVIO.

ere I've taken a last parting leave, The very lastno, never! OCTAVIO.

No! as sure as God lives, no! OCTAVIO (more urgently).

I stay here. OCTAVIO.

From the black deadly madness of despair Will she redeem my soul, and in soft words Of comfort, plaining, loose this pang of death! OCTAVIO.

OCTAVIO (trembling, and losing all self command).

To him Nothing on earth remains unwrench'd and firm, Who has no faith. OCTAVIO.

The heart's voice thou hast not o'erpoweredas little Will Wallenstein be able to o'erpower it. OCTAVIO.

Unworthy of thee wilt thou never see me. OCTAVIO.

Rely on this, I either leave my life In the struggle, or conduct them out of Pilsen. OCTAVIO.

Farewell! OCTAVIO.

Yester evening Did we conjure thee not to let that skulker, That fox, Octavio, pass the gates of Pilsen.

Octavio Piccolomini is a traitor.

[Illustration: WALLENSTEIN HEARS OF OCTAVIO'S TREASON As performed at the Municipal Theatre, Hamburg, 1906.] WALLENST.

This, this, Octavio, was no hero's deed: 'Twas not thy prudence that did conquer mine; A bad heart triumph'd o'er an honest one.

Thou hast gain'd thy point, Octavio!

That lurking hypocrite, Octavio!

Had I been To Ferdinand what Octavio was to me, War had I ne'er denounced against him.

My oath and duty to the Emperor? Say, shall I send into Octavio's camp The parricidal ball?

And then this viper, this Octavio, Is excellent at stabbing in the back, But ne'er meets Friedland in the open field.

One drops away after the other, till only BUTLER, OCTAVIO, and GORDON remain on the stage.