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YOur Grace shall vnderstand, that at the receite of Your grace shall understand that at the receipt ofMV IV.i.150
your Letter I am very sicke: but in the instant that your your letter I am very sick; but in the instant that yourMV IV.i.151
messenger came, in louing visitation, was with me a young messenger came, in loving visitation was with me a youngMV IV.i.152
Doctor of Rome, his name is Balthasar: I acquained doctor of Rome. His name is Balthasar. I acquaintedMV IV.i.153
him with the cause in Controuersie, betweene the Iew and him with the cause in controversy between the Jew andMV IV.i.154
Anthonio the Merchant: We turn'd ore many Bookes together: Antonio the merchant. We turned o'er many books together.MV IV.i.155
hee is furnished with my opinion, which bettredHe is furnished with my opinion which, betteredMV IV.i.156
with his owne learning, the greatnesse whereof I cannot with his own learning, the greatness whereof I cannotMV IV.i.157
enough commend, comes with him at my importunity, to fill enough commend, comes with him, at my importunity, to fillMV IV.i.158
vp your Graces request in my sted. I beseech you, let his up your grace's request in my stead. I beseech you let hisMV IV.i.159
lacke of years be no impediment to let him lacke a reuerend lack of years be no impediment to let him lack a reverendMV IV.i.160
estimation: for I neuer knewe so yong a body, with so old a estimation, for I never knew so young a body with so old aMV IV.i.161
head. I leaue him to your gracious acceptance, whose trial head. I leave him to your gracious acceptance, whose trialMV IV.i.162
shall better publish his commendation.shall better publish his commendation.MV IV.i.163