FIRST VARRO'S SERVANT
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Is't not your businesse too?Is't not your business too?Tim II.ii.11
I feare it,I fear it.Tim II.ii.15
One Varroes seruant, my good Lord.One Varro's servant, my good lord – Tim II.ii.30
'Twas due on forfeyture my Lord, 'Twas due on forfeiture, my lord,Tim II.ii.34
sixe weekes, and past.six weeks and past.Tim II.ii.35
Hang him, hee'l abuse vs.Hang him, he'll abuse us!Tim II.ii.52
How dost Foole?How dost, fool?Tim II.ii.54
I speake not to thee.I speak not to thee.Tim II.ii.56
Al. ALL THE SERVANTS
What are we Apemantus?What are we, Apemantus?Tim II.ii.65
All. ALL THE SERVANTS
Why?Why?Tim II.ii.67
All. ALL THE SERVANTS
Gramercies good Foole: / How doesGramercies, good fool. How doesTim II.ii.71
your Mistris?your mistress?Tim II.ii.72
All. ALL THE SERVANTS
I would they seru'd vs.Ay. Would they served us!Tim II.ii.96
All. ALL THE SERVANTS
I Foole.Ay, fool.Tim II.ii.100
All. ALL THE SERVANTS
Aside, aside, heere comes Lord Aside, aside! Here comes LordTim II.ii.123
Timon.Timon.Tim II.ii.124
Well met, goodmorrow Titus & HortensiusWell met. Good morrow, Titus and Hortensius.Tim III.iv.1
Yes, mine's three thousand Crownes: / What's yours?Yes, mine's three thousand crowns. What's yours?Tim III.iv.30
'Tis much deepe, and it should seem by th'sum'Tis much deep; and it should seem by th' sumTim III.iv.32
Your Masters confidence was aboue mine,Your master's confidence was above mine,Tim III.iv.33
Else surely his had equall'd.Else surely his had equalled.Tim III.iv.34
How? What does his casheer'dHow? What does his cashieredTim III.iv.61
Worship mutter?worship mutter?Tim III.iv.62
2.Var. BOTH VARRO'S SERVANTS
And ours, my Lord.And ours, my lord.Tim III.iv.89
My Lord.My lord – Tim III.iv.98
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