LIEUTENANT TO AUFIDIUS
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I do not know what Witchcraft's in him: butI do not know what witchcraft's in him, butCor IV.vii.2
Your Soldiers vse him as the Grace 'fore meate,Your soldiers use him as the grace 'fore meat,Cor IV.vii.3
Their talke at Table, and their Thankes at end,Their talk at table and their thanks at end,Cor IV.vii.4
And you are darkned in this action Sir,And you are darkened in this action, sir,Cor IV.vii.5
Euen by your owne.Even by your own.Cor IV.vii.6.1
Yet I wish Sir,Yet I wish, sir – Cor IV.vii.12.2
(I meane for your particular) you had notI mean for your particular – you had notCor IV.vii.13
Ioyn'd in Commission with him: but eitherJoined in commission with him, but eitherCor IV.vii.14
haue borne / The action of your selfe, or elseHad borne the action of yourself, or elseCor IV.vii.15
to him, had left it soly.To him had left it solely.Cor IV.vii.16
Sir, I beseech you, think you he'l carry Rome?Sir, I beseech you, think you he'll carry Rome?Cor IV.vii.27
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