FIRST LORD OF PENTAPOLIS
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They are my Leidge,They are, my liege,Per II.ii.2
He had need meane better, then his outward shewHe had need mean better than his outward showPer II.ii.47
Can any way speake in his iust commend:Can any way speak in his just commend,Per II.ii.48
For by his rustie outside, he appeares,For by his rusty outside he appearsPer II.ii.49
To haue practis'd more the Whipstocke, then the Launce.To have practised more the whipstock than the lance.Per II.ii.50
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