FIRST SERVANT
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Hold your hand, my Lord:Hold your hand, my lord!KL III.vii.71.2
I haue seru'd you euer since I was a Childe:I have served you ever since I was a child;KL III.vii.72
But better seruice haue I neuer done you,But better service have I never done youKL III.vii.73
Then now to bid you hold.Than now to bid you hold.KL III.vii.74.1
If you did weare a beard vpon your chin,If you did wear a beard upon your chinKL III.vii.75
I'ld shake it on this quarrell.I'd shake it on this quarrel.KL III.vii.76.1
What do you meane?What do you mean?KL III.vii.76.2
Nay then come on, and take the chance of anger.Nay then, come on, and take the chance of anger.KL III.vii.78
Oh I am slaine: my Lord, you haue one eye leftO, I am slain! My lord, you have one eye leftKL III.vii.80
To see some mischefe on him. Oh.To see some mischief on him. O!KL III.vii.81
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