GERARD. There is a lamp that's full i' the midst. Under a red square in the painted glass Of Lady Mildred's...
TRESHAM. Leave that name out! Well? That lamp?
GERARD. Is moved at midnight higher up To one pane--a small dark-blue pane; he waits For that among the boughs: at sight of that, I see him, plain as I see you, my lord, Open the lady's casement, enter there...
GERARD. An hour, two hours.
TRESHAM. And this you saw Once?--twice?--quick!
GERARD. Twenty times.
TRESHAM. And what brings you Under the yew-trees?
GERARD. The first night I left My range so far, to track the stranger stag That broke the pale, I saw the man.