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Enter one with water. Where's my spaniel Troilus ?-Sirrah, get you hence, And bid my cousin Ferdinand come hicher :One, Kate, that you must kiss, and be acquainted with. Where are my nippers ?-Shall I have some water ? Come, Kate, and wash, and welcome heartily: You, whoreson villain! will you let it fall ? Kath. Patience, I pray you; 'was a fault unwilling.
Pet. A whoreson, beetle-headed, Aap-ear'd knave !
i Ser. Ay.
Pet. 'Tis burnt; and so is all the meat :
[Throws the meat, &c. about the stage. You heedless jolt-heads, and unmanner'd Naves ! What, do you grumble ? I'll be with you strait.
Kath. I pray you, husband, be not so disquiet ; The meat was well, if you were so contented.
Pet. I tell thee Kate, 'twas burnt, and dry'd away ; And I expressly am forbid to touch it, For it'engenders choler, planteth anger; And better 'twere, that both of us did fast, Since, of ourselves, ourselves are cholerick, Than feed it with such over-roasted flesh.
Tengenders choler,]— “ Left it make you cholerick, &c." COMEDY OF ERRORS, Act II, S. 2. S. Dro.
Be patient; to-morrow it shall be mended,
Enter Servants severally.
Re-enter Curtis. Gru. Where is he?
Curt. In her chamber,
m me ftoop,)-souse upon the prey.
n her lure.)-the image of a bird, used to tempt back the hawk from its flight.
• man my haggard, )--tame my wild hawk. P watch her,]-keep her awake. “I'll watch him tame.”
Othello, AA III, S. 3. Def. 9 bare,]-Autter.
As with the meat, some undeserved fault
s C E N E II.
Before Baptista's House.
Enter Tranio, and Hortenfio. Tra. Is't possible, friend Licio, that mistress Bianca Doth fancy any other but Lucentio ?' I tell you, sir, she ' bears me fair in hand.
Hor. Sir, to satisfy you in what I have said, Stand by, and mark the manner of his teaching.
[They stand by. Enter Bianca, and Lucentio, Luc. Now, mistress, profit you in what you read? Bian. What, master, read you? first, resolve me that. Luc. I read that I profess, the art to love.
" I'll pretend-make great shew.
* This is a way to kill a wife with kindness ;]-Alluding to Heywood's play of “ A woman kill'd with kindness.” i bears me fair in hand.)-gives me a very favourable reception.
· Bian. Bian. And may you prove, fir, master of your art ! Luc. While you, sweet dear, prove mistress of my heart.
[They retire backward. Hor. "Marry, quick proceeders ! Tell me now, I pray, You that durst swear your mistress Bianca Lov'd none in the world so well as Lucentio.
Tra. O despightful love! unconstant womankind !I tell thee, Licio, this is wonderful.
Hor. Mistake no more : I am not Licio,
Tra. Signior Hortensio, I have often heard
Hor. See, how they kiss and court !-Signior Lucentio,
Tra. And here I take the like unfeigned oath, Never to marry her, though she would intreat : Fye on her! see, how beastly she doth court him. Hor. 'Would all the world, but he, had quite forsworn
her! For me,—that I may surely keep mine oath, I will be marry'd to a wealthy widow,
Marry, quick proceeders ! ]— They have made a rapid progress, truly; they have soon taken their degrees in that line ; and now tell me your sentiments of the scene before you,
Ere three days pass; which hath as long lov'd me,
[Lucentio and Bianca come forward. Bian. Tranio, you jest ; But have you both forsworn me? Tra, Mistress, we have. Luc. Then we are rid of Licio.
Tra. I'faith, he'll have a lusty widow now,
Tra. Ay, mistress, and Petruchio is the master ;
Enter Biondello, running.
Tra. What is he, Biondello ?
* eleven and twenty long, ]—as good as any at the game of " One and thirty.”
y charm]-stop, still. z dog-weary ;]~quite jaded, tired out. * angel]-fo Biondello, in his transport, ftiles him. VOL. II.