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Enter two Gentlemen.Enter two Gentlemen Per IV.v.1.1
1.Gent.FIRST GENTLEMAN 
Did you euer heare the like?Did you ever hear the like? Per IV.v.1
2.Gent.SECOND GENTLEMAN 
No, nor neuer shall doe in such aNo, nor never shall do in such a Per IV.v.2
place as this, shee beeing once gone.place as this, she being once gone. Per IV.v.3
1.FIRST GENTLEMAN 
But to haue diuinitie preach't there,But to have divinity preached there! Per IV.v.4
did you euer dreame of such a thing?Did you ever dream of such a thing? Per IV.v.5
2.SECOND GENTLEMAN 
No, no, come, I am for no moreNo, no. Come, I am for no more Per IV.v.6
bawdie houses, shall's goe heare the Vestalls sing?bawdy-houses. Shall's go hear the vestals sing?bawdy-house (n.)
old form: bawdie houses
brothel
Per IV.v.7
vestal (n.)
old form: Vestalls
woman vowed to chastity, virgin, priestess
1.FIRST GENTLEMAN 
Ile doe any thing now that is vertuous,I'll do any thing now that is virtuous, Per IV.v.8
but I am out of the road of rutting for euer.but I am out of the road of rutting for ever.rutting (n.)fornication, promiscuityPer IV.v.9
Exit.Exeunt Per IV.v.9
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