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Wel met my masters: how now, whats the newes,Well met, my masters. How now, what's the news,E3 III.ii.1
And wherefore are ye laden thus with stuffe:And wherefore are ye laden thus with stuff?E3 III.ii.2
What is it quarter daie that you remoue,What, is it quarter day that you remove,E3 III.ii.3
And carrie bag and baggage too?And carry bag and baggage too?E3 III.ii.4
What newes?What news?E3 III.ii.7
What then?What then?E3 III.ii.10
Content thee man, they are farre enough from hence,Content thee, man; they are far enough from hence,E3 III.ii.13
And will be met I warrant ye to their cost,And will be met, I warrant ye, to their cost,E3 III.ii.14
Before they breake so far into the Realme.Before they break so far into the realm.E3 III.ii.15
Be like you then dispaire of ill successe,Belike you then despair of ill success,E3 III.ii.27
And thinke your Country will be subiugate.And think your country will be subjugate.E3 III.ii.28
Yet rather fight, then like vnnaturall sonnes,Yet rather fight than, like unnatural sons,E3 III.ii.30
For sake your louing parents in distresse.Forsake your loving parents in distress.E3 III.ii.31
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