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What courage sir? God saue you.What courage, sir? God save you!Per III.i.38
Slake the bolins there; thou wilt notSlack the bolins there! – Thou wilt not,Per III.i.43
wilt thou: / Blow and split thy selfe.wilt thou? Blow and split thyself.Per III.i.44
Sir your Queene must ouer board, the seaSir, your queen must overboard. The seaPer III.i.47
workes hie, / The Wind is lowd, and will not lie till theworks high, the wind is loud, and will not lie till thePer III.i.48
Ship / Be cleard of the dead.ship be cleared of the dead.Per III.i.49
Pardon vs, sir; with vs at Sea it hath binPardon us, sir; with us at sea it hath beenPer III.i.51
still obserued. And we are strong in easterne, thereforestill observed, and we are strong in custom. ThereforePer III.i.52
briefly yeeld'er,briefly yield 'er, for she must overboard straight.Per III.i.53
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