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My Lord.My lord?R3 IV.ii.33
I know a discontented Gentleman,I know a discontented gentlemanR3 IV.ii.36
Whose humble meanes match not his haughtie spirit:Whose humble means match not his haughty spirit.R3 IV.ii.37
Gold were as good as twentie Orators,Gold were as good as twenty orators,R3 IV.ii.38
And will (no doubt) tempt him to any thing.And will, no doubt, tempt him to anything.R3 IV.ii.39
His Name, my Lord, is Tirrell.His name, my lord, is Tyrrel.R3 IV.ii.40.2
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