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Please you my Lord, there are certaine LadiesPlease you, my lord, there are certain ladiesTim I.ii.114
Most desirous of admittance.most desirous of admittance.Tim I.ii.115
There comes with them a fore-runner my Lord,There comes with them a forerunner, my lord,Tim I.ii.117
which beares that office, to signifie their pleasures.which bears that office to signify their pleasures.Tim I.ii.118
Heere my Lord, in readinesse.Here, my lord, in readiness.Tim I.ii.163
My Lord, there are certaine Nobles of theMy lord, there are certain nobles of theTim I.ii.172
Senate newly alighted, and come to visit you.Senate newly alighted and come to visit you.Tim I.ii.173
Heare you M. Steward, where's our Master?Hear you, master steward, where's our master?Tim IV.ii.1
Are we vndone, cast off, nothing remaining?Are we undone, cast off, nothing remaining?Tim IV.ii.2
Such a House broke?Such a house broke!Tim IV.ii.5.2
So Noble a Master falne, all gone, and notSo noble a master fallen! All gone, and notTim IV.ii.6
One Friend to take his Fortune by the arme,One friend to take his fortune by the arm,Tim IV.ii.7
And go along with him.And go along with him?Tim IV.ii.8.1
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