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Well met Corporall Nym. Well met, Corporal Nym.H5 II.i.1
What, are Ancient Pistoll and you friends yet? What, are Ancient Pistol and you friends yet?H5 II.i.3
I will bestow a breakfast to make you friendes, I will bestow a breakfast to make you friends,H5 II.i.10
and wee'l bee all three sworne brothers to France: Let't and we'll be all three sworn brothers to France. Let'tH5 II.i.11
be so good Corporall Nym. be so, good Corporal Nym.H5 II.i.12
It is certaine Corporall, that he is marryed to It is certain, Corporal, that he is married toH5 II.i.16
Nell Quickly, and certainly she did you wrong, for you Nell Quickly, and certainly she did you wrong, for youH5 II.i.17
were troth-plight to her. were troth-plight to her.H5 II.i.18
Heere comes Ancient Pistoll and his wife: good Here comes Ancient Pistol and his wife. GoodH5 II.i.24
Corporall be patient heere. Corporal, be patient here.H5 II.i.25
Good Lieutenant, good Corporal offer Good Lieutenant! Good Corporal! OfferH5 II.i.36
nothing heere. nothing here.H5 II.i.37
Heare me, heare me what I say: Hee that strikes Hear me, hear me what I say! He that strikesH5 II.i.60
the first stroake, Ile run him vp to the hilts, as I am a the first stroke, I'll run him up to the hilts, as I am aH5 II.i.61
soldier. soldier.H5 II.i.62
Away you Rogue. Away, you rogue!H5 II.i.82
Come, shall I make you two friends. Wee must Come, shall I make you two friends? We mustH5 II.i.86
to France together: why the diuel should we keep kniues to France together: why the devil should we keep knivesH5 II.i.87
to cut one anothers throats? to cut one another's throats?H5 II.i.88
By this sword, hee that makes the first thrust, By this sword, he that makes the first thrust,H5 II.i.95
Ile kill him: By this sword, I wil. I'll kill him! By this sword, I will.H5 II.i.96
Coporall Nym, & thou wilt be friends be Corporal Nym, an thou wilt be friends, beH5 II.i.98
frends, and thou wilt not, why then be enemies with me friends: an thou wilt not, why then be enemies with meH5 II.i.99
to: prethee put vp. too. Prithee put up.H5 II.i.100
Would I were with him, wheresomere hee is, Would I were with him, wheresome'er he is,H5 II.iii.7
eyther in Heauen, or in Hell. either in heaven or in hell!H5 II.iii.8
And of Women. And of women.H5 II.iii.28
Well, the fuell is gone that maintain'd that Well, the fuel is gone that maintained thatH5 II.iii.40
fire: that's all the Riches I got in his seruice. fire – that's all the riches I got in his service.H5 II.iii.41
Farwell Hostesse. Farewell, Hostess.H5 II.iii.56
On, on, on, on, on, to the breach, to the On, on, on, on, on! To the breach, to theH5 III.ii.1
breach. breach!H5 III.ii.2
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