The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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Siluia, Out-lawes.Enter the Outlaws with Silvia captive TG V.iii.1
1. Out.FIRST OUTLAW 
Come, come be patient:Come, come, TG V.iii.1
We must bring you to our Captaine.Be patient; we must bring you to our captain. TG V.iii.2
Sil.SILVIA 
A thousand more mischances then this oneA thousand more mischances than this onemischance (n.)misfortune, calamity, mishapTG V.iii.3
learn (v.)
old form: learn'd
teach, instruct [not a regional dialect usage as in modern English]
Haue learn'd me how to brooke this patiently.Have learned me how to brook this patiently.brook (v.)
old form: brooke
endure, tolerate, put up with
TG V.iii.4
2 Out.SECOND OUTLAW 
Come, bring her away.Come, bring her away. TG V.iii.5
1 Out.FIRST OUTLAW 
Where is the Gentleman that was with her?Where is the gentleman that was with her? TG V.iii.6
3 Out.THIRD OUTLAW 
Being nimble footed, he hath out-run vs.Being nimble-footed, he hath outrun us, TG V.iii.7
But Moyses and Valerius follow him:But Moyses and Valerius follow him. TG V.iii.8
Goe thou with her to the West end of the wood,Go thou with her to the west end of the wood; TG V.iii.9
There is our Captaine: Wee'll follow him that's fled,There is our captain; we'll follow him that's fled. TG V.iii.10
The Thicket is beset, he cannot scape.The thicket is beset; he cannot 'scape.beset (v.)set upon, assail, besiegeTG V.iii.11
scape, 'scape (v.)escape, avoid
thicket (n.)densely wooded area
1 Out.FIRST OUTLAW 
Come, I must bring you to our Captains caue.Come, I must bring you to our captain's cave; TG V.iii.12
Feare not: he beares an honourable minde,Fear not; he bears an honourable mind,mind (n.)
old form: minde
character, disposition, spirit
TG V.iii.13
And will not vse a woman lawlesly.And will not use a woman lawlessly. TG V.iii.14
Sil.SILVIA 
O Valentine: this I endure for thee.O Valentine, this I endure for thee! TG V.iii.15
Exeunt.Exeunt TG V.iii.15
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