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Alls Well That Ends Well

…y seem and my appointments have in them a need greater than shows itself at the first view to you that know them not this to my mother giving a letter twill be two days ere i shall see you so i leave you to your wisdom helena sir i can nothing say but that i am your most obedient servant bertram come come no more of that helena and ever shall with true observance seek to eke out that wherein toward me my homely stars have faild to equal my great fortune bertram let that go my haste is very great farewell hie home helena pray sir your pardon bertram well what would you say helena i am not worthy of the wealth i owe nor dare i say tis mine and yet it is but like a timorous thief most fain would steal what law does vouch mine own bertram what woul…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…ther ham murther ghost murther most foul as in the best it is but this most foul strange and unnatural ham haste me to knowt that i with wings as swift as meditation or the thoughts of love may sweep to my revenge ghost i find thee apt and duller shouldst thou be than the fat weed that rots itself in ease on lethe wharf wouldst thou not stir in this now hamlet hear tis given out that sleeping in my orchard a serpent stung me so the whole ear of denmark is by a forged process of my death rankly abusd but know thou noble youth the serpent that did sting thy fathers life now wears his crown ham o my prophetic soul my uncle ghost ay that incestuous that adulterate beast with witchcraft of his wit with traitorous gifts o wicked wit and gifts that ha…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…k guil nor do we find him forward to be sounded but with a crafty madness keeps aloof when we would bring him on to some confession of his true state queen did he receive you well ros most like a gentleman guil but with much forcing of his disposition ros niggard of question but of our demands most free in his reply queen did you assay him to any pastime ros madam it so fell out that certain players we oerraught on the way of these we told him and there did seem in him a kind of joy to hear of it they are here about the court and as i think they have already order this night to play before him pol tis most true and he beseechd me to entreat your majesties to hear and see the matter king with all my heart and it doth much content me to hear him …

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…night i must be cruel only to be kind thus bad begins and worse remains behind one word more good lady queen what shall i do ham not this by no means that i bid you do let the bloat king tempt you again to bed pinch wanton on your cheek call you his mouse and let him for a pair of reechy kisses or paddling in your neck with his damnd fingers make you to ravel all this matter out that i essentially am not in madness but mad in craft twere good you let him know for who thats but a queen fair sober wise would from a paddock from a bat a gib such dear concernings hide who would do so no in despite of sense and secrecy unpeg the basket on the houses top let the birds fly and like the famous ape to try conclusions in the basket creep and break your o…

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

…was full of fiery shapes the goats ran from the mountains and the herds were strangely clamorous to the frighted fields these signs have markd me extraordinary and all the courses of my life do show i am not in the roll of common men where is he living clippd in with the sea that chides the banks of england scotland wales which calls me pupil or hath read to me and bring him out that is but womans son can trace me in the tedious ways of art and hold me pace in deep experiments hot i think theres no man speaks better welsh ill to dinner mort peace cousin percy you will make him mad glend i can call spirits from the vasty deep hot why so can i or so can any man but will they come when you do call for them glend why i can teach you cousin to comma…

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…ar as mine and they shall find dear deer of us my friends god and saint george talbot and englands right prosper our colours in this dangerous fight exeunt scene plains in gascony enter york with trumpet and many soldiers a messenger meets him york are not the speedy scouts returnd again that doggd the mighty army of the dauphin messenger they are returnd my lord and give it out that he is marchd to bordeaux with his power to fight with talbot as he marchd along by your espials were discovered two mightier troops than that the dauphin led which joind with him and made their march for bordeaux york a plague upon that villain somerset that thus delays my promised supply of horsemen that were levied for this siege renowned talbot doth expect my ai…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…lius lest that the people rushing on us should do your age some mischief brutus do so and let no man abide this deed but we the doers re enter trebonius cassius where is antony trebonius fled to his house amazed men wives and children stare cry out and run as it were doomsday brutus fates we will know your pleasures that we shall die we know tis but the time and drawing days out that men stand upon cassius why he that cuts off twenty years of life cuts off so many years of fearing death brutus grant that and then is death a benefit so are we caesars friends that have abridged his time of fearing death stoop romans stoop and let us bathe our hands in caesars blood up to the elbows and besmear our swords then walk we forth even to the marketplace…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…us villain thou callst on him that hates thee it was he that made the overture of thy treasons to us who is too good to pity thee glou o my follies then edgar was abusd kind gods forgive me that and prosper him reg go thrust him out at gates and let him smell his way to dover exit one with gloucester how ist my lord how look you corn i have receivd a hurt follow me lady turn out that eyeless villain throw this slave upon the dunghill regan i bleed apace untimely comes this hurt give me your arm exit cornwall led by regan serv ill never care what wickedness i do if this man come to good serv if she live long and in the end meet the old course of death women will all turn monsters serv lets follow the old earl and get the bedlam to lead him where…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…ho by the art of known and feeling sorrows am pregnant to good pity give me your hand ill lead you to some biding glou hearty thanks the bounty and the benison of heaven to boot and boot enter oswald the steward osw a proclaimd prize most happy that eyeless head of thine was first framd flesh to raise my fortunes thou old unhappy traitor briefly thyself remember the sword is out that must destroy thee glou now let thy friendly hand put strength enough tot edgar interposes osw wherefore bold peasant darst thou support a publishd traitor hence lest that th infection of his fortune take like hold on thee let go his arm edg chill not let go zir without vurther cagion osw let go slave or thou diest edg good gentleman go your gait and let poor voke p…

Loves Labours Lost

…ng that a costard was broken in a shin then calld you for the lenvoy costard true and i for a plantain thus came your argument in then the boys fat lenvoy the goose that you bought and he ended the market armado but tell me how was there a costard broken in a shin moth i will tell you sensibly costard thou hast no feeling of it moth i will speak that lenvoy i costard running out that was safely within fell over the threshold and broke my shin armado we will talk no more of this matter costard till there be more matter in the shin armado sirrah costard i will enfranchise thee costard o marry me to one frances i smell some lenvoy some goose in this armado by my sweet soul i mean setting thee at liberty enfreedoming thy person thou wert immured re…

The Merchant Of Venice

…is some ill a brewing towards my rest for i did dream of money bags to night launcelot i beseech you sir go my young master doth expect your reproach shylock so do i his launcelot and they have conspired together i will not say you shall see a masque but if you do then it was not for nothing that my nose fell a bleeding on black monday last at six oclock i th morning falling out that year on ash wednesday was four year in th afternoon shylock what are there masques hear you me jessica lock up my doors and when you hear the drum and the vile squealing of the wry neckd fife clamber not you up to the casements then nor thrust your head into the public street to gaze on christian fools with varnishd faces but stop my houses ears i mean my casements…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…ople mrs page indeed mrs ford no certainly aside to her speak louder mrs page truly i am so glad you have nobody here mrs ford why mrs page why woman your husband is in his old lunes again he so takes on yonder with my husband so rails against all married mankind so curses an eves daughters of what complexion soever and so buffets himself on the forehead crying peer out peer out that any madness i ever yet beheld seemd but tameness civility and patience to this his distemper he is in now i am glad the fat knight is not here mrs ford why does he talk of him mrs page of none but him and swears he was carried out the last time he searchd for him in a basket protests to my husband he is now here and hath drawn him and the rest of their company from…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…l leon what shall become of this what will this do friar marry this well carried shall on her behalf change slander to remorse that is some good but not for that dream i on this strange course but on this travail look for greater birth she dying as it must be so maintaind upon the instant that she was accusd shall be lamented pitied and excusd of every hearer for it so falls out that what we have we prize not to the worth whiles we enjoy it but being lackd and lost why then we rack the value then we find the virtue that possession would not show us whiles it was ours so will it fare with claudio when he shall hear she died upon his words th idea of her life shall sweetly creep into his study of imagination and every lovely organ of her life sha…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…w if this suit lay in biancos power how quickly should you speed cassio alas poor caitiff othello look how he laughs already iago i never knew a woman love man so cassio alas poor rogue i think ifaith she loves me othello now he denies it faintly and laughs it out iago do you hear cassio othello now he importunes him to tell it oer go to well said well said iago she gives it out that you shall marry her do you intend it cassio ha ha ha othello do you triumph roman do you triumph cassio i marry her what a customer i prithee bear some charity to my wit do not think it so unwholesome ha ha ha othello so so so so they laugh that win iago faith the cry goes that you shall marry her cassio prithee say true iago i am a very villain else othello have y…

King Richard III

…uis dorset as i hear is fled to richmond in the parts where he abides stands apart king richard come hither catesby rumour it abroad that anne my wife is very grievous sick i will take order for her keeping close inquire me out some mean poor gentleman whom i will marry straight to clarence daughter the boy is foolish and i fear not him look how thou dreamst i say again give out that anne my queen is sick and like to die about it for it stands me much upon to stop all hopes whose growth may damage me exit catesby i must be married to my brothers daughter or else my kingdom stands on brittle glass murder her brothers and then marry her uncertain way of gain but i am in so far in blood that sin will pluck on sin tear falling pity dwells not in th…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

…d their crop be general leprosy breath infect breath that their society as their friendship may be merely poison nothing ill bear from thee but nakedness thou detestable town take thou that too with multiplying bans timon will to the woods where he shall find th unkindest beast more kinder than mankind the gods confound hear me you good gods all the athenians both within and out that wall and grant as timon grows his hate may grow to the whole race of mankind high and low amen exit scene ii athens timons house enter flavius with two or three servants first servant hear you master steward wheres our master are we undone cast off nothing remaining flavius alack my fellows what should i say to you let me be recorded by the righteous gods i am as p…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…bassianus tis we mean do thou so much as dig the grave for him thou knowst our meaning look for thy reward among the nettles at the elder tree which overshades the mouth of that same pit where we decreed to bury bassianus do this and purchase us thy lasting friends o tamora was ever heard the like this is the pit and this the elder tree look sirs if you can find the huntsman out that should have murdered bassianus here aaron my gracious lord here is the bag of gold saturninus to titus two of thy whelps fell curs of bloody kind have here bereft my brother of his life sirs drag them from the pit unto the prison there let them bide until we have devisd some never heard of torturing pain for them tamora what are they in this pit o wondrous thing ho…

The History Of Troilus And Cressida

…ll i command sir pandarus friend we understand not one another i am to courtly and thou art too cunning at whose request do these men play servant thats tot indeed sir marry sir at the request of paris my lord who is there in person with him the mortal venus the heart blood of beauty loves invisible soul pandarus who my cousin cressida servant no sir helen could not you find out that by her attributes pandarus it should seem fellow that thou hast not seen the lady cressida i come to speak with paris from the prince troilus i will make a complimental assault upon him for my business seethes servant sodden business theres a stewd phrase indeed enter paris and helen attended pandarus fair be to you my lord and to all this fair company fair desires…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

…via olivia what do you say cesario good my lord viola my lord would speak my duty hushes me olivia if it be aught to the old tune my lord it is as fat and fulsome to mine ear as howling after music duke still so cruel olivia still so constant lord duke what to perverseness you uncivil lady to whose ingrate and unauspicious altars my soul the faithfullst offrings hath breathd out that eer devotion tenderd what shall i do olivia even what it please my lord that shall become him duke why should i not had i the heart to do it like to the egyptian thief at point of death kill what i love a savage jealousy that sometime savours nobly but hear me this since you to non regardance cast my faith and that i partly know the instrument that screws me from m…

The Winters Tale

…saying howeer you lean to th nayward leontes you my lords look on her mark her well be but about to say she is a goodly lady and the justice of your hearts will thereto ad tis pity shes not honest honourable praise her but for this her without door form which on my faith deserves high speech and straight the shrug the hum or ha these petty brands that calumny doth use o i am out that mercy does for calumny will sear virtue itself these shrugs these hums and has when you have said shes goodly come between ere you can say shes honest but bet known from him that has most cause to grieve it should be shes an adultress hermione should a villain say so the most replenishd villain in the world he were as much more villain you my lord do but mistake le…