DION
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I shall report,I shall report,WT III.i.3.2
For most it caught me, the Celestiall Habits,For most it caught me, the celestial habits – WT III.i.4
(Me thinkes I so should terme them) and the reuerenceMethinks I so should term them – and the reverenceWT III.i.5
Of the graue Wearers. O, the Sacrifice,Of the grave wearers. O, the sacrifice!WT III.i.6
How ceremonious, solemne, and vn-earthlyHow ceremonious, solemn, and unearthlyWT III.i.7
It was i'th' Offring?It was i'th' off'ring!WT III.i.8.1
If th' euent o'th' IourneyIf th' event o'th' journeyWT III.i.11.2
Proue as successefull to the Queene (O be't so)Prove as successful to the Queen – O, be't so! – WT III.i.12
As it hath beene to vs, rare, pleasant, speedie,As it hath been to us rare, pleasant, speedy,WT III.i.13
The time is worth the vse on't.The time is worth the use on't.WT III.i.14.1
The violent carriage of itThe violent carriage of itWT III.i.17.2
Will cleare, or end the Businesse, when the OracleWill clear or end the business. When the oracle,WT III.i.18
(Thus by Apollo's great Diuine seal'd vp)Thus by Apollo's great divine sealed up,WT III.i.19
Shall the Contents discouer: something rareShall the contents discover, something rareWT III.i.20
Euen then will rush to knowledge. Goe: fresh Horses,Even then will rush to knowledge. Go: fresh horses!WT III.i.21
And gracious be the issue. And gracious be the issue.WT III.i.22
Cleo. Dio. CLEOMENES and DION
All this we sweare.All this we swear.WT III.ii.129.2
If you would not so,If you would not so,WT V.i.24.2
You pitty not the State, nor the RemembranceYou pity not the state, nor the remembranceWT V.i.25
Of his most Soueraigne Name: Consider little,Of his most sovereign name; consider littleWT V.i.26
What Dangers, by his Highnesse faile of Issue,What dangers by his highness' fail of issueWT V.i.27
May drop vpon his Kingdome, and deuoureMay drop upon his kingdom and devourWT V.i.28
Incertaine lookers on. What were more holy,Incertain lookers-on. What were more holyWT V.i.29
Then to reioyce the former Queene is well?Than to rejoice the former queen is well?WT V.i.30
What holyer, then for Royalties repayre,What holier than, for royalty's repair,WT V.i.31
For present comfort, and for future good,For present comfort and for future good,WT V.i.32
To blesse the Bed of Maiestie againeTo bless the bed of majesty againWT V.i.33
With a sweet Fellow to't?With a sweet fellow to't?WT V.i.34.1
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