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Hel. Ay, madam, knowingly.
Count. Why, Helen, thou shalt have my leave, and love, Means, and attendants, and my loving greetings To those of mine in court; I'll stay at home, And pray God's blessing upon thy attempt : Be gone to-morrow; and be sure of this, What I can help thee to, thou shalt not miss. (Exeunt.
ACT II. SCENE I.
The Court of France.
I Lord. 'Tis our hope, sir,
King. No, no, it cannot be ; and yet ! my heart
9 my beart will not confess, he owes the malady that does my life befrege. ]-will not subscribe to the opinion that my disease is mortal; is whole under it.
* (Those 'bated, &c.]-Those degenerate states, that were formed out of the ruins of the Roman empire.
Of the last monarchy) see, that you come
2 Lord. Health at your bidding, serve your majesty!
King. Those girls of Italy, take heed of them;
Both. Our hearts receive your warnings.
[The King retires to a couch. i Lord. Oh my sweet lord, that you will stay behind us! Par. 'Tis not his fault; the spark 2 Lord. Oh, 'tis brave wars !
Par. Most admirable : I have seen those wars. · Ber. I am "commanded here, and kept a coil with; Too young, and the next year, and 'tis too early. .
Par. An thy mind stand to it, boy, steal away bravely.
Ber. I shall stay here the w forehorse to a smock,
i Lord. There's honour in the theft.
you ferve) --you are soldiers. commanded here, and kept a coil with ;-confined to the court, and made much ado with; and when I urge a wish to engage in the wars, I am told that I am too young, &c.
forehorse to a smock]-under petticoat government.
Par. a they wear themselves in the cap of the time, there do muster true gait,]-are ever in the pink of the mode; they do master, &c.- they regulate their whole behaviour by the standard of the most prevailing fashion.. b brought his pardon.)-a fair apology for his intrusion-bought..
Par. Noble heroes, my sword and yours are kin. Good sparks and lustrous, a word, good metals:-You shall find in the regiment of the Spinii, one captain Spurio,
with his cicatrice, an emblem of war, here on his finifter cheek; it was this very sword ? entrench'd it ; say to him, I live; and observe his reports for me.
2 Lord. We shall, noble captain,
Par. Mars doat on you for his novices ! what will you do?
Ber. Stay; the king
Par. Use a more spacious ceremony to the noble lords; you have restrain'd yourself within the list of too cold an adieu : be more expressive to them; for they wear themselves in the cap of the time, there do mufter true gait, eat, speak, and move under the influence of the most receiv'd star; and though the devil lead the measure, such are to be follow'd: after them, and take a more dilated farewel.
Ber. And I will do so.
Par. Worthy fellows; and like to prove most finewy sword-men.
[Exeunt. Enter Lafeu. [Lafeu kneels. Laf. Pardon, my lord, for me and for my tidings. King. I'll fee thee to stand up.
Laf. Then here's a man
y he's cicatriced with. 2 entrench'd it;]—made that wound.
King. I would I had : so I had broke thy pate, And ask'd thee mercy for't.
Laf. 'Goodfaith, across :- but, my good lord, 'tis . thus; Will you be cur’d of your infirmity ?
Laf. O, will you eat
King. What her is this ?
Laf. Why, doĉtor fae: My lord, there's one arriv'd,
King. Now, good Lafeu,
* Goodfaith, across :)—Agreed, though you had broken it across : or, you miss my meaning. da medecine)—a female physician, a doctress.
canary]—a brisk dance.
and constancy,)-perseverance in that declaration. 'blame my weakness :)—can impute to my own weakness; wish to acknowledge the mere effect of my own credulity.
May spend our wonder too, or take off thine,
· Laf. Nay, I'll fit you, And not be all day neither.
[Exit Lafeu. King. Thus he his special nothing eyer prologues. Laf. [Returns.] Nay, come your ways.
[Bringing in Helena, King. This haste hath wings indeed.
Laf. Nay, come your ways; This is his majesty, say your mind to him: , A traitor you do look like; but such traitors His majesty seldom fears : I am · Cressid's uncle, That dare leave two together ; fare you well. (Exit.
King. Now, fair one, does your business follow us ?
Hel. Ay, my good lord. Gerard de Narbon was My father ; in what he did profess, well found.
King. I knew him.
Hel. The rather will I spare my praises toward him; Knowing him, is enough. On his bed of death Many receipts he gave me; chiefly one, Which, as the dearest issue of his practice, And of his old experience the only darling, He bad me store up, as a * triple eye, Safer than mine own two, more dear; I have so: And, hearing your high majesty is touch'd With that malignant cause, wherein the power Of my dear father's gift ftands chief in honour, I come to tender it, and my appliance, With all bound humbleness.
King. We thank you, maiden ; But may not be so credulous of cure,When our most learned doctors leave us; and The congregated college have concluded, i Grelid's uncle,]-like Pandarus. * triple)-third.