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Doth your highnes call?Doth your highness call?Per I.i.151.2
My Lord, tis done.My lord, 'tis done.Per I.i.160
My Lord, if I can get him within my PistolsMy lord, if I can get him within my pistol'sPer I.i.167
length, Ile make him sure enough , so farewell to yourlength, I'll make him sure enough. So farewell to yourPer I.i.168
highnesse.highness.Per I.i.169
So this is Tyre, and this the Court, heere mustSo this is Tyre, and this the court. Here mustPer I.iii.1
I kill King Pericles, and if I doe it not, I am sure to beI kill King Pericles; and if I do it not, I am sure to bePer I.iii.2
hang'd at home : t'is daungerous. Well, I perceiue hehanged at home. 'Tis dangerous. Well, I perceive hePer I.iii.3
was a wise fellowe, and had good discretion, that beeingwas a wise fellow and had good discretion that, beingPer I.iii.4
bid to aske what hee would of the King, desired he mightbid to ask what he would of the king, desired he mightPer I.iii.5
knowe none of his secrets. Now doe I see hee had someknow none of his secrets. Now do I see he had somePer I.iii.6
reason for't: for if a king bidde a man bee a villaine, hee'sreason for't, for if a king bid a man be a villain, he'sPer I.iii.7
bound by the indenture of his oath to bee one. Husht,bound by the indenture of his oath to be one. Husht!Per I.iii.8
heere comes the Lords of Tyre.Here comes the lords of Tyre.Per I.iii.9
How? the King gone?How? the King gone?Per I.iii.14
What from Antioch?What from Antioch?Per I.iii.18.2
Well, I perceiue I shall not be hang'dWell, I perceive I shall not be hangedPer I.iii.25
now, although I would, but since hee's gone, the Kingsnow although I would; but since he's gone, the King'sPer I.iii.26
seas must please: hee scap'te the Land to perish at theseas must please; he 'scaped the land to perish at thePer I.iii.27
Sea, I'le present my selfe.sea. I'll present myself.Per I.iii.28
Peace to the Lords of Tyre.Peace to the lords of Tyre!Per I.iii.29
From him I comeFrom him I comePer I.iii.31
with message vnto princely Pericles,With message unto princely Pericles,Per I.iii.32
but since my landing, I haue vnderstoodBut since my landing I have understoodPer I.iii.33
your Lord has betake himselfe to vnknowne trauailes,Your lord has betaken himself to unknown travels.Per I.iii.34
now message must returne from whence it came.Now my message must return from whence it came.Per I.iii.35