SECOND LORD
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Thou art going to Lord Timons Feast.Thou art going to Lord Timon's feast?Tim I.i.264
Farthee well, farthee well.Fare thee well, fare thee well.Tim I.i.266
Why Apemantus?Why, Apemantus?Tim I.i.268
Away vnpeaceable Dogge, / Or Ile spurne theeAway, unpeaceable dog, or I'll spurn theeTim I.i.274
hence.hence.Tim I.i.275
He powres it out: Plutus the God of GoldHe pours it out. Plutus, the god of gold,Tim I.i.281
Is but his Steward: no meede but he repayesIs but his steward. No meed but he repaysTim I.i.282
Seuen-fold aboue it selfe: No guift to him,Sevenfold above itself; no gift to himTim I.i.283
But breeds the giuer a returne: exceedingBut breeds the giver a return exceedingTim I.i.284
All vse of quittance.All use of quittance.Tim I.i.285.1
Long may he liue in Fortunes. Shall we in?Long may he live in fortunes. Shall we in?Tim I.i.287
Let it flow this way my good Lord.Let it flow this way, my good lord.Tim I.ii.53
Ioy had the like conception in our eies,Joy had the like conception in our eyes,Tim I.ii.107
And at that instant, like a babe sprung vp.And at that instant like a babe sprung up.Tim I.ii.108
Our Horses.Our horses!Tim I.ii.164
All. ALL
So are we all.So are we all.Tim I.ii.171
With more then common thankes / I will receyue it.With more than common thanks I will receive it.Tim I.ii.208
All Lor. ALL THE LORDS
O none so welcome.O, none so welcome.Tim I.ii.219
So infinitely endeer'd.So infinitely endeared – Tim I.ii.231
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