FIRST MERCHANT
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Therefore giue out you are of Epidamium, Therefore give out you are of EpidamnumCE I.ii.1
Lest that your goods too soone be confiscate: Lest that your goods too soon be confiscate.CE I.ii.2
This very day a Syracusian Marchant This very day a Syracusian merchantCE I.ii.3
Is apprehended for a riuall here, Is apprehended for arrival here,CE I.ii.4
And not being able to buy out his life, And, not being able to buy out his life,CE I.ii.5
According to the statute of the towne, According to the statute of the townCE I.ii.6
Dies ere the wearie sunne set in the West: Dies ere the weary sun set in the west.CE I.ii.7
There is your monie that I had to keepe. There is your money that I had to keep.CE I.ii.8
I am inuited sir to certaine Marchants, I am invited, sir, to certain merchants,CE I.ii.24
Of whom I hope to make much benefit: Of whom I hope to make much benefit.CE I.ii.25
I craue your pardon, soone at fiue a clocke, I crave your pardon. Soon at five o'clock,CE I.ii.26
Please you, Ile meete with you vpon the Mart, Please you, I'll meet with you upon the mart,CE I.ii.27
And afterward consort you till bed time: And afterward consort you till bedtime.CE I.ii.28
My present businesse cals me from you now. My present business calls me from you now.CE I.ii.29
Sir, I commend you to your owne content. Sir, I commend you to your own content.CE I.ii.32
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