QUEEN'S LADY
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The Queene (Madam)The queen, madam,Cym I.iv.37.2
Desires your Highnesse Company.Desires your highness' company.Cym I.iv.38
Please you Madam.Please you, madam.Cym II.ii.1.2
Almost midnight, Madam.Almost midnight, madam.Cym II.ii.2.2
Who's there that knockes?Who's there that knocks?Cym II.iii.76.1
No more.No more?Cym II.iii.76.3
That's moreThat's moreCym II.iii.77.2
Then some whose Taylors are as deere as yours,Than some whose tailors are as dear as yoursCym II.iii.78
Can iustly boast of: what's your Lordships pleasure?Can justly boast of. What's your lordship's pleasure?Cym II.iii.79
I,Ay,Cym II.iii.80.2
to keepe her Chamber.To keep her chamber.Cym II.iii.81.1
How, my good name? or to report of youHow, my good name? Or to report of youCym II.iii.83
What I shall thinke is good. The Princesse.What I shall think is good? The princess!Cym II.iii.84
La. LADIES
We did, so please your Highnesse.We did, so please your highness.Cym V.v.62.1
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