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Come on, since the youth will not be intreated / His Come on. Since the youth will not be entreated, hisAYL I.ii.139
owne perill on his forwardnesse.own peril on his forwardness.AYL I.ii.140
How now daughter, and Cousin: / Are you crept How now, daughter and cousin? Are you creptAYL I.ii.144
hither to see the wrastling?hither to see the wrestling?AYL I.ii.145
You wil take little delight in it, I can tell you there You will take little delight in it, I can tell you, thereAYL I.ii.147
is such oddes in the man: In pitie of the challengers is such odds in the man. In pity of the challenger'sAYL I.ii.148
youth, I would faine disswade him, but he will not bee youth I would fain dissuade him, but he will not beAYL I.ii.149
entreated. Speake to him Ladies, see if you can mooue him.entreated. Speak to him, ladies, see if you can move him.AYL I.ii.150
Do so: Ile not be by.Do so: I'll not be by.AYL I.ii.152
You shall trie but one fall.You shall try but one fall.AYL I.ii.191
No more, no more. No more, no more.AYL I.ii.203
How do'st thou Charles?How dost thou, Charles?AYL I.ii.206
Beare him awaie:Bear him away.AYL I.ii.208
I would thou hadst beene son to some man else,I would thou hadst been son to some man else.AYL I.ii.212
The world esteem'd thy father honourable,The world esteemed thy father honourable,AYL I.ii.213
But I did finde him still mine enemie:But I did find him still mine enemy.AYL I.ii.214
Thou should'st haue better pleas'd me with this deede,Thou shouldst have better pleased me with this deedAYL I.ii.215
Hadst thou descended from another house:Hadst thou descended from another house.AYL I.ii.216
But fare thee well, thou art a gallant youth,But fare thee well, thou art a gallant youth;AYL I.ii.217
I would thou had'st told me of another Father.I would thou hadst told me of another father.AYL I.ii.218
Mistris, dispatch you with your safest haste,Mistress, dispatch you with your safest hasteAYL I.iii.39
And get you from our Court.And get you from our court.AYL I.iii.40.1
You Cosen,You, cousin.AYL I.iii.40.3
Within these ten daies if that thou beest foundWithin these ten days if that thou beest foundAYL I.iii.41
So neere our publike Court as twentie miles,So near our public court as twenty miles,AYL I.iii.42
Thou diest for it.Thou diest for it.AYL I.iii.43.1
Thus doe all Traitors,Thus do all traitors:AYL I.iii.50.2
If their purgation did consist in words,If their purgation did consist in words,AYL I.iii.51
They are as innocent as grace it selfe;They are as innocent as grace itself.AYL I.iii.52
Let it suffice thee that I trust thee not.Let it suffice thee that I trust thee not.AYL I.iii.53
Thou art thy Fathers daughter, there's enough.Thou art thy father's daughter, there's enough.AYL I.iii.56
I Celia, we staid her for your sake,Ay, Celia, we stayed her for your sake,AYL I.iii.65
Else had she with her Father rang'd along.Else had she with her father ranged along.AYL I.iii.66
She is too subtile for thee, and her smoothnes;She is too subtle for thee, and her smoothness,AYL I.iii.75
Her verie silence, and per patience,Her very silence, and her patienceAYL I.iii.76
Speake to the people, and they pittie her:Speak to the people, and they pity her.AYL I.iii.77
Thou art a foole, she robs thee of thy name,Thou art a fool; she robs thee of thy name,AYL I.iii.78
And thou wilt show more bright, & seem more vertuousAnd thou wilt show more bright and seem more virtuousAYL I.iii.79
When she is gone: then open not thy lipsWhen she is gone. Then open not thy lips:AYL I.iii.80
Firme, and irreuocable is my doombe,Firm and irrevocable is my doomAYL I.iii.81
Which I haue past vpon her, she is banish'd.Which I have passed upon her; she is banished.AYL I.iii.82
You are a foole: you Neice prouide your selfe,You are a fool. – You, niece, provide yourself.AYL I.iii.85
If you out-stay the time, vpon mine honor,If you outstay the time, upon mine honourAYL I.iii.86
And in the greatnesse of my word you die.And in the greatness of my word, you die.AYL I.iii.87
Can it be possible that no man saw them?Can it be possible that no man saw them?AYL II.ii.1
It cannot be, some villaines of my CourtIt cannot be; some villains of my courtAYL II.ii.2
Are of consent and sufferance in this.Are of consent and sufferance in this.AYL II.ii.3
Send to his brother, fetch that gallant hither,Send to his brother; fetch that gallant hither.AYL II.ii.17
If he be absent, bring his Brother to me,If he be absent, bring his brother to me;AYL II.ii.18
Ile make him finde him: do this sodainly;I'll make him find him. Do this suddenly,AYL II.ii.19
And let not search and inquisition quaile,And let not search and inquisition quailAYL II.ii.20
To bring againe these foolish runawaies. To bring again these foolish runaways.AYL II.ii.21
Not see him since? Sir, sir, that cannot be:Not see him since? Sir, sir, that cannot be.AYL III.i.1
But were I not the better part made mercie,But were I not the better part made mercy,AYL III.i.2
I should not seeke an absent argumentI should not seek an absent argumentAYL III.i.3
Of my reuenge, thou present: but looke to it,Of my revenge, thou present. But look to it,AYL III.i.4
Finde out thy brother wheresoere he is,Find out thy brother wheresoe'er he is,AYL III.i.5
Seeke him with Candle: bring him dead, or liuingSeek him with candle, bring him dead or livingAYL III.i.6
Within this tweluemonth, or turne thou no moreWithin this twelvemonth, or turn thou no moreAYL III.i.7
To seeke a liuing in our Territorie.To seek a living in our territory.AYL III.i.8
Thy Lands and all things that thou dost call thine,Thy lands and all things that thou dost call thineAYL III.i.9
Worth seizure, do we seize into our hands,Worth seizure do we seize into our handsAYL III.i.10
Till thou canst quit thee by thy brothers mouth,Till thou canst quit thee by thy brother's mouthAYL III.i.11
Of what we thinke against thee.Of what we think against thee.AYL III.i.12
More villaine thou. Well push him out of doresMore villain thou. – Well, push him out of doors,AYL III.i.15
And let my officers of such a natureAnd let my officers of such a natureAYL III.i.16
Make an extent vpon his house and Lands:Make an extent upon his house and lands.AYL III.i.17
Do this expediently, and turne him going. Do this expediently, and turn him going.AYL III.i.18
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