FIRST BANDIT
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Where should he haue this Gold? It is Where should he have this gold? It isTim IV.iii.400
some poore Fragment, some slender Ort of his remainder:some poor fragment, some slender ort of his remainder.Tim IV.iii.401
the meere want of Gold, and the falling from of hisThe mere want of gold, and the falling-from of hisTim IV.iii.402
Friendes, droue him into this Melancholly.friends, drove him into this melancholy.Tim IV.iii.403
Is not this hee?Is not this he?Tim IV.iii.410
All. ALL THE BANDITS
Saue thee Timon.Save thee, Timon.Tim IV.iii.414
All. ALL THE BANDITS
Soldiers, not Theeues.Soldiers, not thieves.Tim IV.iii.416.1
All. ALL THE BANDITS
We are not Theeues, but men / That much do want.We are not thieves, but men that much do want.Tim IV.iii.417
We cannot liue on Grasse, on Berries, Water,We cannot live on grass, on berries, water,Tim IV.iii.424
As Beasts, and Birds, and Fishes.As beasts, and birds, and fishes.Tim IV.iii.425
'Tis in the malice of mankinde, that he'Tis in the malice of mankind that heTim IV.iii.454
thus aduises vs not to haue vs thriue in our mystery.thus advises us, not to have us thrive in our mystery.Tim IV.iii.455
Let vs first see peace in Athens, there isLet us first see peace in Athens. There isTim IV.iii.458
no time so miserable, but a man may be true. no time so miserable but a man may be true.Tim IV.iii.459
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