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And spat upon my Jewish 3 gaberdine,
Anth. I am as like to call thee so again,
A breed of barren metal of his friend?)
Sby. Why, look you, how you storm!
: gaberdine, ]-cassock, a frock.
TEMPEST, A& II, S. 2. Trin. i A breed of barrex metal ]-Increase, money produced from the principal.
This is kind I offer.
Anth. This were kindness.
Sby. This kindness will I show :-
Anth. Content, in faith ; I'll seal to such a bond,
Bas. You shall not seal to such a bond for me,
Antb. Why, fear not, man; I will not forfeit it;
Sby. O father Abraham, what these Christians are ;
Anib. Yes, Shylock, I will seal unto this bond.
Awell in my neceffity. ]-abide, continue necessitous.
And I will go and purse the ducats (trait ;
[Exit. Anth. Hie thee, gentle Jew.This Hebrew will turn Christian ; he grows kind.
Bal. I like not fair terms, and a villain's mind.
Anth. Come on ; in this there can be no dismay, My ships come home a month before the day. [Exeunt.
ACT II. SCENE I.
Enter the Prince of Morocco, and three or four followers
accordingly; with Portia, Nerissa and ber train. Flourish Cornets.
Mor. Minike me not for my complexion,
k fearful guard ]-causing fear, not fit to be trusted.
"fear boys with bugs."
Have lov'd it too : I would not change this hue, Except to steal your thoughts, my gentle queen.
Por. In terms of choice I am not solely led By nice direction of a maiden's eyes : Besides, the lottery of my destiny Bars me the right of voluntary chusing : But, if my father had not scanted me, And hedg'd me by his will, to yield myself His wife, who wins me by that means I told you, Yourself, renowned prince, then stood as fair, As any comer I have looked on yet, For my affection.
Mor. Even for that I thank you ; Therefore, I pray you, lead me to the caskets, To try my fortune. By this scimitar,That New the Sophy, and a Persian prince, That won three fields of Sultan Solyman, I would out-stare the sternest eyes that look, Out-brave the heart most daring on the earth, Pluck the young sucking cubs from the she bear, Yea, mock the lion when he roars for prey, To win thee, lady : But, alas the while ! If Hercules, and Lichas, play at dice Which is the better man, the greater throw May turn by fortune from the weaker hand : So is Alcides beaten by his page ; And so may I, blind fortune leading me, Miss that which one unworthier may attain, And die with grieving.
Por. You must take your chance ; And either not attempt to chuse at all, Or swear, before you chuse,- if you chufe wrong, Never to speak to lady afterward
• hedg'd]-limited, confined.
In way of marriage ; therefore P be advis'd.
Mor. Nor will not ; come, bring me unto my chance.
Por. First, forward to the temple; after dinner
[Cornets. To make me blest, or cursed'st among men. [Exeunt.
5 C Ε Ν Ε ΙΙ.
A Street in Venice.
Enter Launcelot Gobbo. Laun. Certainly, my conscience will serve me to run from this Jew my master : The fiend is at mine elbow; and tempts me, saying to me, Gobbo, Launcelot Gobbo, good Launcelot, or good Gobbo, or good Launcelot Gobbo, use your legs, take the start, run away: My conscience says-no; take heed, honest Launcelot; take heed, honest Gobbo; or, as aforesaid, bonest Launcelot Gobbo; do not run; Scorn running with thy beels : Well, the most courageous fiend bids me pack; via ! says the fiend; away! says the fiend, for 'the beavens : rouse up a brave mind, says the fiend, and run. Well, my conscience, hanging about the neck of my heart, says very wisely to me,- my honest friend Laun* celot, being an honest man's fong—or rather an honest woman's son ;-for, indeed, my father did something smack, fomething grow to, he had a kind of taste ;-well, my conscience says; — Launcelot, budge not ; budge, says the fiend; budge not, says my conscience : Conscience, say I, you counsel well ; fiend, fay I, you counsel well : to be ruld by my conscience, I should stay with the Jew my master,
P be advis’d.]-think maturely e're you make this experiment.
9 fcorn running with thy heels :)-spurn át, reject the idea of it with disdain.