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He is very neere by this: he was not three He is very near by this; he was not threeMA I.i.3
Leagues off when I left him.leagues off when I left him.MA I.i.4
But few of any sort, and none of name.But few of any sort, and none of name.MA I.i.7
Much deseru'd on his part, and equally remembred Much deserved on his part and equally rememberedMA I.i.12
by Don Pedro, he hath borne himselfe beyond by Don Pedro. He hath borne himself beyondMA I.i.13
the promise of his age, doing in the figure of a the promise of his age, doing, in the figure of aMA I.i.14
Lambe, the feats of a Lion, he hath indeede better bettred lamb, the feats of a lion; he hath indeed better betteredMA I.i.15
expectation, then you must expect of me to tell you how.expectation than you must expect of me to tell you how.MA I.i.16
I haue alreadie deliuered him letters, and I have already delivered him letters, andMA I.i.19
there appeares much ioy in him, euen so much, that ioy there appears much joy in him; even so much that joyMA I.i.20
could not shew it selfe modest enough, without a badg of could not show itself modest enough without a badge ofMA I.i.21
bitternesse. bitterness.MA I.i.22
In great measure.In great measure.MA I.i.24
I know none of that name, Lady, there wasI know none of that name, lady; there wasMA I.i.30
none such in the armie of any sort.none such in the army of any sort.MA I.i.31
O he's return'd, and as pleasant as euer he O, he's returned, and as pleasant as ever heMA I.i.34
was.was.MA I.i.35
He hath done good seruice Lady in these He hath done good service, lady, in theseMA I.i.44
wars.wars.MA I.i.45
And a good souldier too Lady.And a good soldier too, lady.MA I.i.49
A Lord to a Lord, a man to a man, stuft withA lord to a lord, a man to a man, stuffed withMA I.i.52
all honourable vertues.all honourable virtues.MA I.i.53
I'st possible?Is't possible?MA I.i.68
I see (Lady) the Gentleman is not in your bookes.I see, lady, the gentleman is not in your books.MA I.i.72
He is most in the company of the right nobleHe is most in the company of the right nobleMA I.i.77
Claudio.Claudio.MA I.i.78
I will hold friends with you Lady.I will hold friends with you, lady.MA I.i.84
Don Pedro is approach'd.Don Pedro is approached.MA I.i.88
My Lord, they stay for you to giue yourMy lord, they stay for you to give yourMA III.v.49
daughter to her husband.daughter to her husband.MA III.v.50
My Lord, your brother Iohn is tane in flight,My lord, your brother John is ta'en in flight,MA V.iv.123
And brought with armed men backe to Messina. And brought with armed men back to Messina.MA V.iv.124
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