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lacb. Change you, Madam? The worthy Leonatus is in sasety, And greets your Highness dearly.
lmo. Thanks, good Sir, You're kindly welcome.
Iacb. All of her, that is out of door, most rich! [Aside. If she be surnish'd with a mind so rare, She is alone th.' Arahian bird ; and I Have lost the wager. Boldness be my friend! Arm me, audacity, from head to foot: Or like the Parthian I shall flying fight, Rather directly flye.
He is one of the noblest note, to whose kindnesses I am most infinitely tyed: Reflect upon him accordingly, as you value your *''truest.-N
So far I read aloud.
But even the very middle of my heart
Is warmed by the rest, and takes it thanksully ——
You are as welcome, worthy Sir, as I
Have words to bid you, and shall find it so
In f> II that I can do.
lacb. Thanks, fairest Lady.
Imo. What makes your admiration?
Iacb. It cannot be i' th' eye for apes and monkeys, 'Twixt two such She's, would chatter this way, and Contemn with mowes the other. Nor i' th' judgment; For Idiots in this case of favour would
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Imo. What is the matter, trow?
Jack. The cloyed will,
Imo. What, dear Sir,
Iach. Thanks, Madam, well.
Pis I J'was just going,N Sir, to give him welcome.
Imo. Continues well my Lord? his health, 'beseech
Iacb. Well, Madam. [you.
Imo. Is he dispos'd to mirth? I hope he is.
Iach. Exceeding pleasant; 4 'notv a stranger there
Imo. When he was here
Iacb. I never saw him lad.
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Iacb. Ay, Madam, with his eyes in flood with laughter. It is a recreation to be by
And hear him mock the Frenchman: but heav'n knows
Iacb. Not he. But yet heav'n's bounty tow'rds him might
Be us'd more thanksully: In himself 'tis much;
Imo. What do you pity, Sir?
Iacb. Two creatures heartily.
Imo. Am I one, Sir?
Iacb. Lamentable! what!
Imo. I pray you, Sir,
Iacb. That others do .
Imo. You do seem to know
Iacb. Had I this cheek
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5 knowing, The remedj then born,
Takes pris'ner the wild motion of mine eye,
Into. My Lord, I sear,
lacb. And himself. Not I
Imo. Let me hear no more.
Iacb. O dearest foul ! your cause doth strike my heart
Imo. Reveng'd, alas!
Iacb. Should he make me
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In your despight, upon your purse? revenge it!
Into. What ho, Pisanio ! — .
Iocb. Let me my service tender on your lips. Into. Away, I do condemn mine ears, that have So long attended thee. If thou wert honourable, Thou wouldst have told this tale for virtue, not For such an end thou scek'st, as base as strange: Thou wrong'st a gentleman, who is as far From thy report, as thou from honour; and Sollicit'st here a Lady, that disdains Thee, and the devil alike. What ho, Pisanio !— The King my 'father shall be made acquainted Of thy ailauJc; if he shall think it fir, A sawcy stranger in his Court to mart As in a Romijh stew, and to expound His beastly mind to us, he hath a Court He little cares for, and a daughter whom He not respects at all. What ho, Pijanio!
locb. O happy Leonatus^ I may fay, The credit that thy Lady hath, of thee Deserves thy trust; and thy most persect goodness Her assured credit : blessed live you long, A Lady to the worthiest Sir, that ever Country call'd his ; and you his mistress, only For the most worthy fit I Give me your pardon. I have spoke this, to know if your affiance Were deeply rooted ; and shall make your Lord, That which he is, new o'er : and he is one The trucst-manner'd, such a holy witch, That he inchants societies 7 'unto% him: Half all mens hearts are his. Imo. You make amends.
Iacb. He fits 'mongst men like a descended God He hath a kind of honour sets him off,