SECOND GENTLEMAN
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Good morrow to your Lordship,Good morrow to your lordship.Per III.ii.11.1
That is the cause we trouble you so early,That is the cause we trouble you so early;Per III.ii.18
T'is not our husbandry.'Tis not our husbandry.Per III.ii.19.1
Your honour hasYour honour hasPer III.ii.41.2
through Ephesus, / Poured foorth your charitie,Through Ephesus poured forth your charity,Per III.ii.42
and hundreds call themselues, / Your Creatures; whoAnd hundreds call themselves your creatures, whoPer III.ii.43
by you, haue been restored; / And not your knowledge,By you have been restored. And not your knowledge,Per III.ii.44
your personall payne, / But euen your Purse still open,Your personal pain, but even your purse, still open,Per III.ii.45
hath built Lord Cerimon, / Such strong renowne,Hath built Lord Cerimon such strong renownPer III.ii.46
as time shall neuer.As time shall never–Per III.ii.47
T'is like a Coffin, sir.'Tis like a coffin, sir.Per III.ii.51.1
T'is so, my Lord.'Tis so, my lord.Per III.ii.55.1
A delicate Odour.A delicate odour.Per III.ii.59.2
Most likely sir.Most likely, sir.Per III.ii.76.1
Is not this strange?Is not this strange?Per III.ii.105.1
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