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No, for then we should be Colliars.No. For then we should be colliers.RJ I.i.2
I, While you liue, draw your necke out o'th Collar.Ay, while you live, draw your neck out of collar.RJ I.i.4
But thou art not quickly mou'd to strike.But thou art not quickly moved to strike.RJ I.i.6
To moue, is to stir: and to be valiant, is to stand:To move is to stir, and to be valiant is to stand.RJ I.i.8
Therefore, if thou art mou'd, thou runst away.Therefore, if thou art moved, thou runnest away.RJ I.i.9
That shewes thee a weake slaue, for the weakest That shows thee a weak slave. For the weakestRJ I.i.12
goes to the wall.goes to the wall.RJ I.i.13
The Quarrell is betweene our Masters, and vsThe quarrel is between our masters and usRJ I.i.18
their men.their men.RJ I.i.19
The heads of the Maids?The heads of the maids?RJ I.i.23
They must take it sence, that feele it.They must take it in sense that feel it.RJ I.i.26
'Tis well thou art not Fish: If thou had'st, thou'Tis well thou art not fish; if thou hadst, thouRJ I.i.29
had'st beene poore Iohn. Draw thy Toole, here comes ofhadst been poor John. Draw thy tool. Here comes ofRJ I.i.30
the House of the Mountagues.the house of Montagues.RJ I.i.31
How? Turne thy backe, and run.How? Turn thy back and run?RJ I.i.34
No marry: I feare thee.No, marry. I fear thee!RJ I.i.36
I wil frown as I passe by, & let thẽ take it asI will frown as I pass by, and let them take it asRJ I.i.39
they listthey list.RJ I.i.40
No.No.RJ I.i.48
Do you quarrell sir?Do you quarrel, sir?RJ I.i.51
Say better: here comes oneSay ‘ better.’ Here comes oneRJ I.i.57
of my masters kinsmen.of my master's kinsmen.RJ I.i.58
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