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I say gudday, Captaine Fluellen. I say gud-day, Captain Fluellen.H5 III.ii.80
It sall be vary gud, gud feith, gud Captens bath, and It sall be vary gud, gud feith, gud captens bath, andH5 III.ii.99
I sall quit you with gud leue, as I may pick occasion: that I sall quit you with gud leve, as I may pick occasion: thatH5 III.ii.100
sall I mary. sall I, marry.H5 III.ii.101
By the Mes, ere theise eyes of mine take themselues By the mess, ere theise eyes of mine take themselvesH5 III.ii.110
to slomber, ayle de gud seruice, or Ile ligge to slomber, ay'll de gud service, or ay'll ligH5 III.ii.111
i'th'grund for it; ay, or goe to death: and Ile pay't as i'th' grund for it, ay, or go to death! And ay'll pay't asH5 III.ii.112
valorously as I may, that sal I suerly do, that is the valorously as I may, that sall I suerly do, that is theH5 III.ii.113
breff and the long: mary, I wad full faine heard some breff and the long. Marry, I wad full fain hear someH5 III.ii.114
question tween you tway. question 'tween you tway.H5 III.ii.115
A, that's a foule fault.Ah, that's a foul fault!H5 III.ii.130
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