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The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…g of the same house publius and quintus were that our best water brought by conduits hither and censorinus nobly named so twice being by the people chosen censor was his great ancestor sicinius one thus descended that hath beside well in his person wrought to be set high in place we did commend to your remembrances but you have found scaling his present bearing with his past that hes your fixed enemy and revoke your sudden approbation brutus say you neer had donet harp on that still but by our putting on and presently when you have drawn your number repair to th capitol citizens will will so almost all repent in their election exeunt plebeians brutus let them go on this mutiny were better put in hazard than stay past doubt for greater if as his…

The Third Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…for thy faults george while we devise fell tortures for thy faults richard thou didst love york and i am son to york edward thou pitiedst rutland i will pity thee george wheres captain margaret to fence you now warwick they mock thee clifford swear as thou wast wont richard what not an oath nay then the world goes hard when clifford cannot spare his friends an oath i know by that hes dead and by my soul if this right hand would buy two hours life that i in all despite might rail at him this hand should chop it off and with the issuing blood stifle the villain whose unstanched thirst york and young rutland could not satisfy warwick ay but hes dead off with the traitors head and rear it in the place your fathers stands and now to london with triu…

King Henry The Eighth

…l carried norfolk like it your grace the state takes notice of the private difference betwixt you and the cardinal i advise you and take it from a heart that wishes towards you honour and plenteous safety that you read the cardinals malice and his potency together to consider further that what his high hatred would effect wants not a minister in his power you know his nature that hes revengeful and i know his sword hath a sharp edge its long andt may be said it reaches far and where twill not extend thither he darts it bosom up my counsel youll find it wholesome lo where comes that rock that i advise your shunning enter cardinal wolsey the purse borne before him certain of the guard and two secretaries with papers the cardinal in his passage fi…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…us comfort enter desdemona emilia iago roderigo and attendants o behold the riches of the ship is come on shore ye men of cyprus let her have your knees hall to thee lady and the grace of heaven before behind thee and on every hand enwheel thee round desdemona i thank you valiant cassio what tidings can you tell me of my lord cassio he is not yet arrived nor know i aught but that hes well and will be shortly here desdemona o but i fear how lost you company cassio the great contention of the sea and skies parted our fellowship but hark a sail a cry within “a sail a sail” guns heard second gentleman they give their greeting to the citadel this likewise is a friend cassio see for the news exit gentleman good ancient you are welcome to emilia welco…

Tempest

…sebastian prithee say on the setting of thine eye and cheek proclaim a matter from thee and a birth indeed which throes thee much to yield antonio thus sir although this lord of weak remembrance this who shall be of as little memory when he is earthd hath here almost persuaded for hes a spirit of persuasion only professes to persuade the king his sons alive tis as impossible that hes undrownd as he that sleeps here swims sebastian i have no hope that hes undrownd antonio o out of that no hope what great hope have you no hope that way is another way so high a hope that even ambition cannot pierce a wink beyond but doubt discovery there will you grant with me that ferdinand is drownd sebastian hes gone antonio then tell me whos the next heir of n…

Tempest

…atter from thee and a birth indeed which throes thee much to yield antonio thus sir although this lord of weak remembrance this who shall be of as little memory when he is earthd hath here almost persuaded for hes a spirit of persuasion only professes to persuade the king his sons alive tis as impossible that hes undrownd as he that sleeps here swims sebastian i have no hope that hes undrownd antonio o out of that no hope what great hope have you no hope that way is another way so high a hope that even ambition cannot pierce a wink beyond but doubt discovery there will you grant with me that ferdinand is drownd sebastian hes gone antonio then tell me whos the next heir of naples sebastian claribel antonio she that is queen of tunis she that dwe…

Tempest

…rs by your patience i needs must rest me alonso old lord i cannot blame thee who am myself attachd with weariness to th dulling of my spirits sit down and rest even here i will put off my hope and keep it no longer for my flatterer he is drownd whom thus we stray to find and the sea mocks our frustrate search on land well let him go antonio aside to sebastian i am right glad that hes so out of hope do not for one repulse forgo the purpose that you resolvd t effect sebastian aside to antonio the next advantage will we take throughly antonio aside to sebastian let it be to night for now they are oppressd with travel they will not nor cannot use such vigilance as when they are fresh sebastian aside to antonio i say to night no more solemn and stra…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

… thrive flavius o let me stay and comfort you my master timon if thou hatst curses stay not fly whilst thou art blest and free neer see thou man and let me neer see thee exeunt severally act v scene i the woods before timons cave enter poet and painter painter as i took note of the place it cannot be far where he abides poet to be thought of him does the rumour hold for true that hes so full of gold painter certain alcibiades reports it phrynia and timandra had gold of him he likewise enrichd poor straggling soldiers with great quantity tis said he gave unto his steward a mighty sum poet then this breaking of his has been but a try for his friends painter nothing else you shall see him a palm in athens again and flourish with the highest theref…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

… both beseech your honour to make it known to us timon youll take it ill both most thankfully my lord timon will you indeed both doubt it not worthy lord timon theres never a one of you but trusts a knave that mightily deceives you both do we my lord timon ay and you hear him cog see him dissemble know his gross patchery love him feed him keep in your bosom yet remain assurd that hes a made up villain painter i know not such my lord poet nor i timon look you i love you well ill give you gold rid me these villains from your companies hang them or stab them drown them in a draught confound them by some course and come to me ill give you gold enough both name them my lord lets know them timon you that way and you this but two in company each man a…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

…ria maria whats that to th purpose sir toby why he has three thousand ducats a year maria ay but hell have but a year in all these ducats hes a very fool and a prodigal sir toby fie that youll say so he plays o th viol de gamboys and speaks three or four languages word for word without book and hath all the good gifts of nature maria he hath indeed almost natural for besides that hes a fool hes a great quarreller and but that he hath the gift of a coward to allay the gust he hath in quarrelling tis thought among the prudent he would quickly have the gift of a grave sir toby by this hand they are scoundrels and subtractors that say so of him who are they maria they that add moreover hes drunk nightly in your company sir toby with drinking health…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

…fabian if this were playd upon a stage now i could condemn it as an improbable fiction sir toby his very genius hath taken the infection of the device man maria nay pursue him now lest the device take air and taint fabian why we shall make him mad indeed maria the house will be the quieter sir toby come well have him in a dark room and bound my niece is already in the belief that hes mad we may carry it thus for our pleasure and his penance till our very pastime tired out of breath prompt us to have mercy on him at which time we will bring the device to the bar and crown thee for a finder of madmen but see but see enter sir andrew fabian more matter for a may morning aguecheek heres the challenge read it i warrant theres vinegar and pepper int …