MARIANA
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Come lets returne againe, / And suffice our seluesCome, let's return again and suffice ourselvesAW III.v.10
with the report of it. / Well Diana take heed of thiswith the report of it. Well, Diana, take heed of thisAW III.v.11
French Earle, / The honor of a Maide is her name, / And noFrench Earl. The honour of a maid is her name, and noAW III.v.12
Legacie is so rich / As honestie.legacy is so rich as honesty.AW III.v.13
I know that knaue, hang him, one Parolles,I know that knave, hang him! one Parolles; aAW III.v.16
a filthy Officer he is in those suggestions for the youngfilthy officer he is in those suggestions for the youngAW III.v.17
Earle, beware of them Diana; their promises, entisements,Earl. Beware of them, Diana: their promises, enticements,AW III.v.18
oathes, tokens, and all these engines of lust, areoaths, tokens, and all these engines of lust, areAW III.v.19
not the things they go vnder: many a maide hath beenenot the things they go under. Many a maid hath beenAW III.v.20
seduced by them, and the miserie is example, that soseduced by them, and the misery is, example, that soAW III.v.21
terrible shewes in the wracke of maiden-hood, cannot forterrible shows in the wrack of maidenhood, cannot forAW III.v.22
all that disswade succession, but that they are limed withall that dissuade succession, but that they are limed withAW III.v.23
the twigges that threatens them. I hope I neede not tothe twigs that threatens them. I hope I need not toAW III.v.24
aduise you further, but I hope your owne grace will keepeadvise you further; but I hope your own grace will keepAW III.v.25
you where you are, though there were no further dangeryou where you are, though there were no further dangerAW III.v.26
knowne, but the modestie which is so lost.known but the modesty which is so lost.AW III.v.27
The goddes forbid else.The gods forbid else!AW III.v.73.2
He's shrewdly vext at something. Looke heHe's shrewdly vexed at something. Look, heAW III.v.88
has spyed vs.has spied us.AW III.v.89
And your curtesie, for a ring-carrier.And your courtesy, for a ring-carrier!AW III.v.91
Both.WIDOW and MARIANA
Wee'l take your offer kindly. We'll take your offer kindly.AW III.v.100.2
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