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Yonder comes my Master, your brother.Yonder comes my master, your brother.AYL I.i.24
Sweet Masters bee patient, for Sweet masters, be patient; forAYL I.i.59
your Fathers remembrance, be at accord.your father's remembrance, be at accord.AYL I.i.60
Is old dogge my reward: most true, I haue lost myIs ‘ old dog ’ my reward? Most true, I have lost myAYL I.i.77
teeth in your seruice: God be with my olde master, heteeth in your service. God be with my old master! HeAYL I.i.78
would not haue spoke such a word. would not have spoke such a word.AYL I.i.79
What my yong Master, oh my gentle master,What, my young master? O my gentle master,AYL II.iii.2
Oh my sweet master, O you memorieO my sweet master, O you memoryAYL II.iii.3
Of old Sir Rowland; why, what make you here?Of old Sir Rowland, why, what make you here?AYL II.iii.4
Why are you vertuous? Why do people loue you?Why are you virtuous? Why do people love you?AYL II.iii.5
And wherefore are you gentle, strong, and valiant?And wherefore are you gentle, strong, and valiant?AYL II.iii.6
Why would you be so fond to ouercomeWhy would you be so fond to overcomeAYL II.iii.7
The bonnie priser of the humorous Duke?The bonny prizer of the humorous Duke?AYL II.iii.8
Your praise is come too swiftly home before you.Your praise is come too swiftly home before you.AYL II.iii.9
Know you not Master, to seeme kinde of men,Know you not, master, to some kind of menAYL II.iii.10
Their graces serue them but as enemies,Their graces serve them but as enemies?AYL II.iii.11
No more doe yours: your vertues gentle MasterNo more do yours; your virtues, gentle master,AYL II.iii.12
Are sanctified and holy traitors to you:Are sanctified and holy traitors to you.AYL II.iii.13
Oh what a world is this, when what is comelyO, what a world is this, when what is comelyAYL II.iii.14
Enuenoms him that beares it?Envenoms him that bears it!AYL II.iii.15
O vnhappie youth,O unhappy youth,AYL II.iii.16.2
Come not within these doores: within this roofeCome not within these doors; within this roofAYL II.iii.17
The enemie of all your graces liuesThe enemy of all your graces lives.AYL II.iii.18
Your brother, no, no brother, yet the sonneYour brother – no, no brother – yet the son – AYL II.iii.19
(Yet not the son, I will not call him son)Yet not the son, I will not call him sonAYL II.iii.20
Of him I was about to call his Father,Of him I was about to call his father – AYL II.iii.21
Hath heard your praises, and this night he meanes,Hath heard your praises, and this night he meansAYL II.iii.22
To burne the lodging where you vse to lye,To burn the lodging where you use to lie,AYL II.iii.23
And you within it: if he faile of thatAnd you within it. If he fail of that,AYL II.iii.24
He will haue other meanes to cut you off;He will have other means to cut you off.AYL II.iii.25
I ouerheard him: and his practises:I overheard him, and his practices.AYL II.iii.26
This is no place, this house is but a butcherie;This is no place, this house is but a butchery;AYL II.iii.27
Abhorre it, feare it, doe not enter it.Abhor it, fear it, do not enter it.AYL II.iii.28
No matter whether, so you come not here.No matter whither, so you come not here.AYL II.iii.30
But do not so: I haue fiue hundred Crownes,But do not so. I have five hundred crowns,AYL II.iii.38
The thriftie hire I saued vnder your Father,The thrifty hire I saved under your father,AYL II.iii.39
Which I did store to be my foster Nurse,Which I did store to be my foster-nurseAYL II.iii.40
When seruice should in my old limbs lie lame,When service should in my old limbs lie lameAYL II.iii.41
And vnregarded age in corners throwne,And unregarded age in corners thrown.AYL II.iii.42
Take that, and he that doth the Rauens feede,Take that, and He that doth the ravens feed,AYL II.iii.43
Yea prouidently caters for the Sparrow,Yea, providently caters for the sparrow,AYL II.iii.44
Be comfort to my age: here is the gold,Be comfort to my age. Here is the gold;AYL II.iii.45
All this I giue you, let me be your seruant,All this I give you. Let me be your servant.AYL II.iii.46
Though I looke old, yet I am strong and lustie;Though I look old, yet I am strong and lusty,AYL II.iii.47
For in my youth I neuer did applyFor in my youth I never did applyAYL II.iii.48
Hot, and rebellious liquors in my bloud,Hot and rebellious liquors in my blood,AYL II.iii.49
Nor did not with vnbashfull forehead woe,Nor did not with unbashful forehead wooAYL II.iii.50
The meanes of weaknesse and debilitie,The means of weakness and debility;AYL II.iii.51
Therefore my age is as a lustie winter,Therefore my age is as a lusty winter,AYL II.iii.52
Frostie, but kindely; let me goe with you,Frosty, but kindly. Let me go with you,AYL II.iii.53
Ile doe the seruice of a yonger manI'll do the service of a younger manAYL II.iii.54
In all your businesse and necessities.In all your business and necessities.AYL II.iii.55
Master goe on, and I will follow theeMaster, go on, and I will follow theeAYL II.iii.69
To the last gaspe with truth and loyaltie,To the last gasp with truth and loyalty.AYL II.iii.70
From seauentie yeeres, till now almost fourescoreFrom seventeen years till now almost fourscoreAYL II.iii.71
Here liued I, but now liue here no moreHere lived I, but now live here no more.AYL II.iii.72
At seauenteene yeeres, many their fortunes seekeAt seventeen years many their fortunes seek,AYL II.iii.73
But at fourescore, it is too late a weeke,But at fourscore it is too late a week.AYL II.iii.74
Yet fortune cannot recompence me betterYet fortune cannot recompense me betterAYL II.iii.75
Then to die well, and not my Masters debter. Than to die well, and not my master's debtor.AYL II.iii.76
Deere Master, I can go no further: / O I die for food.Dear master, I can go no further. O, I die for food.AYL II.vi.1
Heere lie I downe, / And measure out my graue. FarwelHere lie I down and measure out my grave. Farewell,AYL II.vi.2
kinde master.kind master.AYL II.vi.3
So had you neede,So had you need;AYL II.vii.170.2
I scarce can speake to thanke you for my selfe.I scarce can speak to thank you for myself.AYL II.vii.171
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