ANTONIO
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Tell me Panthino, what sad talke was that,Tell me, Panthino, what sad talk was thatTG I.iii.1
Wherewith my brother held you in the Cloyster?Wherewith my brother held you in the cloister?TG I.iii.2
Why? what of him?Why, what of him?TG I.iii.4.1
Nor need'st thou much importune me to thatNor needest thou much importune me to thatTG I.iii.17
Whereon, this month I haue bin hamering.Whereon this month I have been hammering.TG I.iii.18
I haue consider'd well, his losse of time,I have considered well his loss of time,TG I.iii.19
And how he cannot be a perfect man,And how he cannot be a perfect man,TG I.iii.20
Not being tryed, and tutord in the world:Not being tried and tutored in the world.TG I.iii.21
Experience is by industry atchieu'd,Experience is by industry achieved,TG I.iii.22
And perfected by the swift course of time:And perfected by the swift course of time.TG I.iii.23
Then tell me, whether were I best to send him?Then tell me, whither were I best to send him?TG I.iii.24
I know it well.I know it well.TG I.iii.28
I like thy counsaile: well hast thou aduis'd:I like thy counsel; well hast thou advised;TG I.iii.34
And that thou maist perceiue how well I like it,And that thou mayst perceive how well I like it,TG I.iii.35
The execution of it shall make knowne;The execution of it shall make known.TG I.iii.36
Euen with the speediest expedition,Even with the speediest expeditionTG I.iii.37
I will dispatch him to the Emperors Court.I will dispatch him to the Emperor's court.TG I.iii.38
Good company: with them shall Protheus go:Good company; with them shall Proteus go.TG I.iii.43
And in good time: now will we breake with him.And in good time; now will we break with him.TG I.iii.44
How now? What Letter are you reading there?How now? What letter are you reading there?TG I.iii.51
Lend me the Letter: Let me see what newes.Lend me the letter. Let me see what news.TG I.iii.55
And how stand you affected to his wish?And how stand you affected to his wish?TG I.iii.60
My will is something sorted with his wish:My will is something sorted with his wish.TG I.iii.63
Muse not that I thus sodainly proceed;Muse not that I thus suddenly proceed;TG I.iii.64
For what I will, I will, and there an end:For what I will, I will, and there an end.TG I.iii.65
I am resolu'd, that thou shalt spend some timeI am resolved that thou shalt spend some timeTG I.iii.66
With Valentinus, in the Emperors Court:With Valentinus in the Emperor's court.TG I.iii.67
What maintenance he from his friends receiues,What maintenance he from his friends receives,TG I.iii.68
Like exhibition thou shalt haue from me,Like exhibition thou shalt have from me.TG I.iii.69
To morrow be in readinesse, to goe,Tomorrow be in readiness to go.TG I.iii.70
Excuse it not: for I am peremptory.Excuse it not, for I am peremptory.TG I.iii.71
Look what thou want'st shal be sent after thee:Look what thou wantest shall be sent after thee.TG I.iii.74
No more of stay: to morrow thou must goe;No more of stay; tomorrow thou must go.TG I.iii.75
Come on Panthino; you shall be imployd,Come on, Panthino; you shall be employedTG I.iii.76
To hasten on his Expedition.To hasten on his expedition.TG I.iii.77
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