ANTONIO
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He is very busie about it, but brother, I can tellHe is very busy about it. But, brother, I can tellMA I.ii.3
you newes that you yet dreamt not of.you strange news that you yet dreamt not of.MA I.ii.4
As the euents stamps them, but they haue a As the event stamps them; but they have aMA I.ii.6
good couer: they shew well outward, the Prince and good cover, they show well outward. The Prince andMA I.ii.7
Count Claudio walking in a thick pleached alley in Count Claudio, walking in a thick-pleached alley inMA I.ii.8
my orchard, were thus ouer-heard by a man of mine orchard, were thus much overheard by a man ofMA I.ii.9
mine: the Prince discouered to Claudio that hee loued mine: the Prince discovered to Claudio that he lovedMA I.ii.10
my niece your daughter, and meant to acknowledge it my niece your daughter, and meant to acknowledge itMA I.ii.11
this night in a dance, and if hee found her accordant, hee this night in a dance; and if he found her accordant, heMA I.ii.12
meant to take the present time by the top, and instantly meant to take the present time by the top and instantlyMA I.ii.13
breake with you of it.break with you of it.MA I.ii.14
A good sharpe fellow, I will send for him, andA good sharp fellow; I will send for him, andMA I.ii.16
question him your selfe.question him yourself.MA I.ii.17
I saw him not.I saw him not.MA II.i.2
Infaith shee's too curst.In faith, she's too curst.MA II.i.18
Well neece, I trust you will be rul'd Well, niece, I trust you will be ruledMA II.i.44
by your father.by your father.MA II.i.45
At a word, I am not.At a word, I am not.MA II.i.101
To tell you true, I counterfet him.To tell you true, I counterfeit him.MA II.i.103
At a word I am not.At a word, I am not.MA II.i.107
If you goe on thus, you will kill your selfe,If you go on thus, you will kill yourself;MA V.i.1
And 'tis not wisedome thus to second griefe,And 'tis not wisdom thus to second griefMA V.i.2
Against your selfe.Against yourself.MA V.i.3.1
Therein do men from children nothing differ.Therein do men from children nothing differ.MA V.i.33
Yet bend not all the harme vpon your selfe,Yet bend not all the harm upon yourself;MA V.i.39
Make those that doe offend you, suffer too.Make those that do offend you suffer too.MA V.i.40
Brot. Here comes the Prince and Claudio hastily.Here comes the Prince and Claudio hastily.MA V.i.45
If he could rite himselfe with quarrelling,If he could right himself with quarrelling,MA V.i.51
Some of vs would lie low.Some of us would lie low.MA V.i.52.1
He shall kill two of vs, and men indeed,He shall kill two of us, and men indeed;MA V.i.80
But that's no matter, let him kill one first:But that's no matter, let him kill one first.MA V.i.81
Win me and weare me, let him answere me,Win me and wear me; let him answer me.MA V.i.82
Come follow me boy, come sir boy, come follow meCome, follow me, boy; come, sir boy, come, follow me;MA V.i.83
Sir boy, ile whip you from your foyning fence,Sir boy, I'll whip you from your foining fence;MA V.i.84
Nay, as I am a gentleman, I will.Nay, as I am a gentleman, I will.MA V.i.85
Content your self, God knows I lou'd my neece,Content yourself. God knows I loved my niece;MA V.i.87
And she is dead, slander'd to death by villaines,And she is dead, slandered to death by villains,MA V.i.88
That dare as well answer a man indeede,That dare as well answer a man indeedMA V.i.89
As I d are take a serpent by the tongue.As I dare take a serpent by the tongue.MA V.i.90
Boyes, apes, braggarts, Iackes, milke-sops.Boys, apes, braggarts, Jacks, milksops!MA V.i.91.1
Hold you content, what man? I know them, yeaHold you content. What, man! I know them, yea,MA V.i.92
And what they weigh, euen to the vtmost scruple,And what they weigh, even to the utmost scruple –MA V.i.93
Scambling, out-facing, fashion-monging boyes,Scambling, out-facing, fashion-monging boys,MA V.i.94
That lye, and cog, and flout, depraue, and slander,That lie and cog and flout, deprave and slander,MA V.i.95
Goe antiquely, and show outward hidiousnesse,Go anticly, show outward hideousness,MA V.i.96
And speake of halfe a dozen dang'rous words,And speak off half a dozen dangerous words,MA V.i.97
How they might hurt their enemies, if they durst.How they might hurt their enemies, if they durst;MA V.i.98
And this is all.And this is all.MA V.i.99
Come, 'tis no matter,Come, 'tis no matter;MA V.i.100.2
Do not you meddle, let me deale in this.Do not you meddle, let me deal in this.MA V.i.101
And shall, or some of vs will smart for it.And shall, or some of us will smart for it.MA V.i.108
Farewell my Lords, we looke for you to morrow.Farewell, my lords; we look for you tomorrow.MA V.i.314
Well, I am glad that all things sort so well.Well, I am glad that all things sort so well.MA V.iv.7
Which I will doe with confirm'd countenance.Which I will do with confirmed countenance.MA V.iv.17
This same is she, and I doe giue you her.This same is she, and I do give you her.MA V.iv.54
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