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The Sonnets

…ong that thy unkindness lays upon my heart wound me not with thine eye but with thy tongue use power with power and slay me not by art tell me thou lovst elsewhere but in my sight dear heart forbear to glance thine eye aside what needst thou wound with cunning when thy might is more than my oerpressed defence can bide let me excuse thee ah my love well knows her pretty looks have been mine enemies and therefore from my face she turns my foes that they elsewhere might dart their injuries yet do not so but since i am near slain kill me outright with looks and rid my pain be wise as thou art cruel do not press my tongue tied patience with too much disdain lest sorrow lend me words and words express the manner of my pity wanting pain if i might tea…

Alls Well That Ends Well

… blessing of god till i have issue o my body for they say bames are blessings countess tell me thy reason why thou wilt marry clown my poor body madam requires it i am driven on by the flesh and he must needs go that the devil drives countess is this all your worships reason clown faith madam i have other holy reasons such as they are countess may the world know them clown i have been madam a wicked creature as you and all flesh and blood are and indeed i do marry that i may repent countess thy marriage sooner than thy wickedness clown i am out o friends madam and i hope to have friends for my wifes sake countess such friends are thine enemies knave clown yare shallow madam in great friends for the knaves come to do that for me which i am awear…

Alls Well That Ends Well

…htst to help me and such thanks i give as one near death to those that wish him live but what at full i know thou knowst no part i knowing all my peril thou no art helena what i can do can do no hurt to try since you set up your rest gainst remedy he that of greatest works is finisher oft does them by the weakest minister so holy writ in babes hath judgment shown when judges have been babes great floods have flown from simple sources and great seas have dried when miracles have by the greatest been denied oft expectation fails and most oft there where most it promises and oft it hits where hope is coldest and despair most fits king i must not hear thee fare thee well kind maid thy pains not usd must by thyself be paid proffers not took reap tha…

Alls Well That Ends Well

…e heels of worth he is too good and fair for death and me whom i myself embrace to set him free countess ah what sharp stings are in her mildest words rinaldo you did never lack advice so much as letting her pass so had i spoke with her i could have well diverted her intents which thus she hath prevented steward pardon me madam if i had given you this at over night she might have been oer taen and yet she writes pursuit would be but vain countess what angel shall bless this unworthy husband he cannot thrive unless her prayers whom heaven delights to hear and loves to grant reprieve him from the wrath of greatest justice write write rinaldo to this unworthy husband of his wife let every word weigh heavy of her worth that he does weigh too light …

Alls Well That Ends Well

…nder and that with his own hand he slew the dukes brother tucket we have lost our labour they are gone a contrary way hark you may know by their trumpets mariana come lets return again and suffice ourselves with the report of it well diana take heed of this french earl the honour of a maid is her name and no legacy is so rich as honesty widow i have told my neighbour how you have been solicited by a gentleman his companion mariana i know that knave hang him one parolles a filthy officer he is in those suggestions for the young earl beware of them diana their promises enticements oaths tokens and all these engines of lust are not the things they go under many a maid hath been seduced by them and the misery is example that so terrible shows in th…

Alls Well That Ends Well

… with our horse upon our own wings and to rend our own soldiers first lord that was not to be blamd in the command of the service it was a disaster of war that caesar himself could not have prevented if he had been there to command bertram well we cannot greatly condemn our success some dishonour we had in the loss of that drum but it is not to be recovered parolles it might have been recovered bertram it might but it is not now parolles it is to be recovered but that the merit of service is seldom attributed to the true and exact performer i would have that drum or another or hic jacet bertram why if you have a stomach tot monsieur if you think your mystery in stratagem can bring this instrument of honour again into his native quarter be magna…

Alls Well That Ends Well

…ts low we cannot help it but since you have made the days and nights as one to wear your gentle limbs in my affairs be bold you do so grow in my requital as nothing can unroot you enter a gentleman in happy time this man may help me to his majestys ear if he would spend his power god save you sir gentleman and you helena sir i have seen you in the court of france gentleman i have been sometimes there helena i do presume sir that you are not falln from the report that goes upon your goodness and therefore goaded with most sharp occasions which lay nice manners by i put you to the use of your own virtues for the which i shall continue thankful gentleman whats your will helena that it will please you to give this poor petition to the king and aid …

Alls Well That Ends Well

… howeer the matter fall shall tax my fears of little vanity having vainly feard too little away with him well sift this matter further bertram if you shall prove this ring was ever hers you shall as easy prove that i husbanded her bed in florence where she yet never was exit guarded king i am wrappd in dismal thinkings enter a gentleman gentleman gracious sovereign whether i have been to blame or no i know not heres a petition from a florentine who hath for four or five removes come short to tender it herself i undertook it vanquishd thereto by the fair grace and speech of the poor suppliant who by this i know is here attending her business looks in her with an importing visage and she told me in a sweet verbal brief it did concern your highnes…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…no her passions are made of nothing but the finest part of pure love we cannot call her winds and waters sighs and tears they are greater storms and tempests than almanacs can report this cannot be cunning in her if it be she makes a showr of rain as well as jove antony would i had never seen her enobarbus o sir you had then left unseen a wonderful piece of work which not to have been blest withal would have discredited your travel antony fulvia is dead enobarbus sir antony fulvia is dead enobarbus fulvia antony dead enobarbus why sir give the gods a thankful sacrifice when it pleaseth their deities to take the wife of a man from him it shows to man the tailors of the earth comforting therein that when old robes are worn out there are members t…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…ou may go would she had never given you leave to come let her not say tis i that keep you here i have no power upon you hers you are antony the gods best know cleopatra o never was there queen so mightily betrayd yet at the first i saw the treasons planted antony cleopatra cleopatra why should i think you can be mine and true though you in swearing shake the throned gods who have been false to fulvia riotous madness to be entangled with those mouth made vows which break themselves in swearing antony most sweet queen cleopatra nay pray you seek no colour for your going but bid farewell and go when you sued staying then was the time for words no going then eternity was in our lips and eyes bliss in our brows bent none our parts so poor but was a …

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…is voluptuousness full surfeits and the dryness of his bones call on him fort but to confound such time that drums him from his sport and speaks as loud as his own state and ours tis to be chid as we rate boys who being mature in knowledge pawn their experience to their present pleasure and so rebel to judgment enter a messenger lepidus heres more news messenger thy biddings have been done and every hour most noble caesar shalt thou have report how tis abroad pompey is strong at sea and it appears he is belovd of those that only have feard caesar to the ports the discontents repair and mens reports give him much wrongd caesar i should have known no less it hath been taught us from the primal state that he which is was wishd until he were and th…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…d hang a salt fish on his hook which he with fervency drew up cleopatra that time o times i laughed him out of patience and that night i laughd him into patience and next morn ere the ninth hour i drunk him to his bed then put my tires and mantles on him whilst i wore his sword philippan enter a messenger o from italy ram thou thy fruitful tidings in mine ears that long time have been barren messenger madam madam cleopatra antonys dead if thou say so villain thou killst thy mistress but well and free if thou so yield him there is gold and here my bluest veins to kiss a hand that kings have lippd and trembled kissing messenger first madam he is well cleopatra why theres more gold but sirrah mark we use to say the dead are well bring it to that t…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…y father pompey would neer have made this treaty you and i have known sir enobarbus at sea i think menas we have sir enobarbus you have done well by water menas and you by land enobarbus i will praise any man that will praise me though it cannot be denied what i have done by land menas nor what i have done by water enobarbus yes something you can deny for your own safety you have been a great thief by sea menas and you by land enobarbus there i deny my land service but give me your hand menas if our eyes had authority here they might take two thieves kissing menas all mens faces are true whatsomeer their hands are enobarbus but there is never a fair woman has a true face menas no slander they steal hearts enobarbus we came hither to fight with …

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…y take him hence thymus mark antony antony tug him away being whipt bring him again the jack of caesars shall bear us an errand to him exeunt servants with thyreus you were half blasted ere i knew you ha have i my pillow left unpressd in rome forborne the getting of a lawful race and by a gem of women to be abusd by one that looks on feeders cleopatra good my lord antony you have been a boggler ever but when we in our viciousness grow hard o misery ont the wise gods seel our eyes in our own filth drop our clear judgments make us adore our errors laugh ats while we strut to our confusion cleopatra o ist come to this antony i found you as a morsel cold upon dead caesars trencher nay you were a fragment of cneius pompeys besides what hotter hours …

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…r i will live or bathe my dying honour in the blood shall make it live again woot thou fight well enobarbus ill strike and cry take all antony well said come on call forth my household servants lets to night be bounteous at our meal enter three or four servitors give me thy hand thou has been rightly honest so hast thou thou and thou and thou you have servd me well and kings have been your fellows cleopatra aside to enobarbus what means this enobarbus aside to cleopatra tis one of those odd tricks which sorrow shoots out of the mind antony and thou art honest too i wish i could be made so many men and all of you clappd up together in an antony that i might do you service so good as you have done servant the gods forbid antony well my good fello…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…dead then mardian dead antony unarm eros the long days task is done and we must sleep that thou departst hence safe does pay thy labour richly go exit mardian off pluck off the sevenfold shield of ajax cannot keep the battery from my heart o cleave my sides heart once be stronger than thy continent crack thy frail case apace eros apace no more a soldier bruised pieces go you have been nobly borne from me awhile exit eros i will oertake thee cleopatra and weep for my pardon so it must be for now all length is torture since the torch is out lie down and stray no farther now all labour mars what it does yea very force entangles itself with strength seal then and all is done eros i come my queen eros stay for me where souls do couch on flowers well…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

…e you shall not kneel i pray you rise rise egypt cleopatra sir the gods will have it thus my master and my lord i must obey caesar take to you no hard thoughts the record of what injuries you did us though written in our flesh we shall remember as things but done by chance cleopatra sole sir o th world i cannot project mine own cause so well to make it clear but do confess i have been laden with like frailties which before have often shamd our sex caesar cleopatra know we will extenuate rather than enforce if you apply yourself to our intents which towards you are most gentle you shall find a benefit in this change but if you seek to lay on me a cruelty by taking antonys course you shall bereave yourself of my good purposes and put your childre…

As You Like It

…y man ill thank you but that they call compliment is like th encounter of two dog apes and when a man thanks me heartily methinks have given him a penny and he renders me the beggarly thanks come sing and you that will not hold your tongues amiens well ill end the song sirs cover the while the duke will drink under this tree he hath been all this day to look you jaques and i have been all this day to avoid him he is to disputable for my company i think of as many matters as he but i give heaven thanks and make no boast of them come warble come song all together here who doth ambition shun and loves to live i th sun seeking the food he eats and pleasd with what he gets come hither come hither come hither here shall he see no enemy but winter and…

As You Like It

… a hunter rosalind o ominous he comes to kill my heart celia i would sing my song without a burden thou bringst me out of tune rosalind do you not know i am a woman when i think i must speak sweet say on celia you bring me out soft comes he not here enter orlando and jaques rosalind tis he slink by and note him jaques i thank you for your company but good faith i had as lief have been myself alone orlando and so had i but yet for fashion sake i thank you too for your society jaques god buy you lets meet as little as we can orlando i do desire we may be better strangers jaques i pray you mar no more trees with writing love songs in their barks orlando i pray you mar no more of my verses with reading them ill favouredly jaques rosalind is your lo…

As You Like It

…d then they perceive not how time moves orlando where dwell you pretty youth rosalind with this shepherdess my sister here in the skirts of the forest like fringe upon a petticoat orlando are you native of this place rosalind as the coney that you see dwell where she is kindled orlando your accent is something finer than you could purchase in so removed a dwelling rosalind i have been told so of many but indeed an old religious uncle of mine taught me to speak who was in his youth an inland man one that knew courtship too well for there he fell in love i have heard him read many lectures against it and i thank god i am not a woman to be touchd with so many giddy offences as he hath generally taxd their whole sex withal orlando can you remember …

As You Like It

…ool audrey well i am not fair and therefore i pray the gods make me honest touchstone truly and to cast away honesty upon a foul slut were to put good meat into an unclean dish audrey i am not a slut though i thank the gods i am foul touchstone well praised be the gods for thy foulness sluttishness may come hereafter but be it as it may be i will marry thee and to that end i have been with sir oliver martext the vicar of the next village who hath promisd to meet me in this place of the forest and to couple us jaques aside i would fain see this meeting audrey well the gods give us joy touchstone amen a man may if he were of a fearful heart stagger in this attempt for here we have no temple but the wood no assembly but horn beasts but what though…

As You Like It

…onfess it ah sirrah a body would think this was well counterfeited i pray you tell your brother how well i counterfeited heigh ho oliver this was not counterfeit there is too great testimony in your complexion that it was a passion of earnest rosalind counterfeit i assure you oliver well then take a good heart and counterfeit to be a man rosalind so i do but i faith i should have been a woman by right celia come you look paler and paler pray you draw homewards good sir go with us oliver that will i for i must bear answer back how you excuse my brother rosalind rosalind i shall devise something but i pray you commend my counterfeiting to him will you go exeunt act v scene i the forest enter touchstone and audrey touchstone we shall find a time a…

As You Like It

…re comes a pair of very strange beasts which in all tongues are calld fools touchstone salutation and greeting to you all jaques good my lord bid him welcome this is the motley minded gentleman that i have so often met in the forest he hath been a courtier he swears touchstone if any man doubt that let him put me to my purgation i have trod a measure i have flattred a lady i have been politic with my friend smooth with mine enemy i have undone three tailors i have had four quarrels and like to have fought one jaques and how was that taen up touchstone faith we met and found the quarrel was upon the seventh cause jaques how seventh cause good my lord like this fellow duke senior i like him very well touchstone god ild you sir i desire you of the…

The Comedy Of Errors

…som him thy substance valued at the highest rate cannot amount unto a hundred marks therefore by law thou art condemnd to die aegeon yet this my comfort when your words are done my woes end likewise with the evening sun duke well syracusian say in brief the cause why thou departedst from thy native home and for what cause thou camst to ephesus aegeon a heavier task could not have been imposd than i to speak my griefs unspeakable yet that the world may witness that my end was wrought by nature not by vile offence ill utter what my sorrow gives me leave in syracuse was i born and wed unto a woman happy but for me and by me had not our hap been bad with her i livd in joy our wealth increasd by prosperous voyages i often made to epidamnum till my f…

The Comedy Of Errors

…hen you fled into this abbey here from whence i think you are come by miracle antipholus of ephesus i never came within these abbey walls nor ever didst thou draw thy sword on me i never saw the chain so help me heaven and this is false you burden me withal duke why what an intricate impeach is this i think you all have drunk of circes cup if here you housd him here he would have been if he were mad he would not plead so coldly you say he dind at home the goldsmith here denies that saying sirrah what say you dromio of ephesus sir he dind with her there at the porpentine courtezan he did and from my finger snatchd that ring antipholus of ephesus tis true my liege this ring i had of her duke sawst thou him enter at the abbey here courtezan as sur…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…s lets hence and hear how the dispatch is made and in what fashion more than his singularity he goes upon this present action brutus lets along exeunt scene ii corioli the senate house enter tullus aufidius with senators of corioli first senator so your opinion is aufidius that they of rome are entred in our counsels and know how we proceed aufidius is it not yours what ever have been thought on in this state that could be brought to bodily act ere rome had circumvention tis not four days gone since i heard thence these are the words i think i have the letter here yes here it is reads they have pressd a power but it is not known whether for east or west the dearth is great the people mutinous and it is rumourd cominius marcius your old enemy wh…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…ade it not stir was pleasd to let him seek danger where he was to find fame to a cruel war i sent him from whence he returnd his brows bound with oak i tell thee daughter i sprang not more in joy at first hearing he was a man child than now in first seeing he had proved himself a man virgilia but had he died in the business madam how then volumnia then his good report should have been my son i therein would have found issue hear me profess sincerely had i a dozen sons each in my love alike and none less dear than thine and my good marcius i had rather had eleven die nobly for their country than one voluptuously surfeit out of action enter a gentlewoman gentlewoman madam the lady valeria is come to visit you virgilia beseech you give me leave to…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…e hath such a soldier yet camst thou to a morsel of this feast having fully dind before enter titus lartius with his power from the pursuit lartius o general here is the steed we the caparison hadst thou beheld marcius pray now no more my mother who has a charter to extol her blood when she does praise me grieves me i have done as you have done thats what i can inducd as you have been thats for my country he that has but effected his good will hath overtaen mine act cominius you shall not be the grave of your deserving rome must know the value of her own twere a concealment worse than a theft no less than a traducement to hide your doings and to silence that which to the spire and top of praises vouchd would seem but modest therefore i beseech …

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…ius so do i too if it be not too much brings a victory in his pocket the wounds become him volumnia ons brows menenius he comes the third time home with the oaken garland menenius has he disciplind aufidius soundly volumnia titus lartius writes they fought together but aufidius got off menenius and twas time for him too ill warrant him that an he had stayd by him i would not have been so fidiusd for all the chests in corioli and the gold thats in them is the senate possessd of this volumnia good ladies lets go yes yes yes the senate has letters from the general wherein he gives my son the whole name of the war he hath in this action outdone his former deeds doubly valeria in troth theres wondrous things spoke of him menenius wondrous ay i warra…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…h you exeunt scene ii rome the capitol enter two officers to lay cushions as it were in the capitol first officer come come they are almost here how many stand for consulships second officer three they say but tis thought of every one coriolanus will carry it first officer thats a brave fellow but hes vengeance proud and loves not the common people second officer faith there have been many great men that have flatterd the people who neer loved them and there be many that they have loved they know not wherefore so that if they love they know not why they hate upon no better a ground therefore for coriolanus neither to care whether they love or hate him manifests the true knowledge he has in their disposition and out of his noble carelessness let…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…ce of them ingratitude is monstrous and for the multitude to be ingrateful were to make a monster of the multitude of the which we being members should bring ourselves to be monstrous members first citizen and to make us no better thought of a little help will serve for once we stood up about the corn he himself stuck not to call us the many headed multitude third citizen we have been calld so of many not that our heads are some brown some black some abram some bald but that our wits are so diversely colourd and truly i think if all our wits were to issue out of one skull they would fly east west north south and their consent of one direct way should be at once to all the points o th compass second citizen think you so which way do you judge my…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

… is something odd second citizen an twere to give again but tis no matter exeunt the three citizens re enter two other citizens coriolanus pray you now if it may stand with the tune of your voices that i may be consul i have here the customary gown fourth citizen you have deserved nobly of your country and you have not deserved nobly coriolanus your enigma fourth citizen you have been a scourge to her enemies you have been a rod to her friends you have not indeed loved the common people coriolanus you should account me the more virtuous that i have not been common in my love i will sir flatter my sworn brother the people to earn a dearer estimation of them tis a condition they account gentle and since the wisdom of their choice is rather to hav…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…re to give again but tis no matter exeunt the three citizens re enter two other citizens coriolanus pray you now if it may stand with the tune of your voices that i may be consul i have here the customary gown fourth citizen you have deserved nobly of your country and you have not deserved nobly coriolanus your enigma fourth citizen you have been a scourge to her enemies you have been a rod to her friends you have not indeed loved the common people coriolanus you should account me the more virtuous that i have not been common in my love i will sir flatter my sworn brother the people to earn a dearer estimation of them tis a condition they account gentle and since the wisdom of their choice is rather to have my hat than my heart i will practise …

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…how bare heads in congregations to yawn be still and wonder when one but of my ordinance stood up to speak of peace or war enter volumnia i talk of you why did you wish me milder would you have me false to my nature rather say i play the man i am volumnia o sir sir sir i would have had you put your power well on before you had worn it out coriolanus let go volumnia you might have been enough the man you are with striving less to be so lesser had been the thwartings of your dispositions if you had not showd them how ye were disposd ere they lackd power to cross you coriolanus let them hang volumnia ay and burn too enter menenius with the senators menenius come come you have been too rough something too rough you must return and mend it first sen…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

… power well on before you had worn it out coriolanus let go volumnia you might have been enough the man you are with striving less to be so lesser had been the thwartings of your dispositions if you had not showd them how ye were disposd ere they lackd power to cross you coriolanus let them hang volumnia ay and burn too enter menenius with the senators menenius come come you have been too rough something too rough you must return and mend it first senator theres no remedy unless by not so doing our good city cleave in the midst and perish volumnia pray be counselld i have a heart as little apt as yours but yet a brain that leads my use of anger to better vantage menenius well said noble woman before he should thus stoop to th herd but that the …

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

… forsooth hereafter theirs so far as thou hast power and person menenius this but done even as she speaks why their hearts were yours for they have pardons being askd as free as words to little purpose volumnia prithee now go and be ruld although i know thou hadst rather follow thine enemy in a fiery gulf than flatter him in a bower enter cominius here is cominius cominius i have been i th market place and sir tis fit you make strong party or defend yourself by calmness or by absence alls in anger menenius only fair speech cominius i think twill serve if he can thereto frame his spirit volumnia he must and will prithee now say you will and go about it coriolanus must i go show them my unbarbd sconce must i with my base tongue give to my noble h…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

… tribunes we evn from this instant banish him our city in peril of precipitation from off the rock tarpeian never more to enter our rome gates i th peoples name i say it shall be so plebeians it shall be so it shall be so let him away hes banishd and it shall be so cominius hear me my masters and my common friends sicinius hes sentencd no more hearing cominius let me speak i have been consul and can show for rome her enemies marks upon me i do love my countrys good with a respect more tender more holy and profound than mine own life my dear wifes estimate her wombs increase and treasure of my loins then if i would speak that sicinius we know your drift speak what brutus theres no more to be said but he is banishd as enemy to the people and his …

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…t cominius droop not adieu farewell my wife my mother ill do well yet thou old and true menenius thy tears are salter than a younger mans and venomous to thine eyes my sometime general i have seen thee stern and thou hast oft beheld heart hardning spectacles tell these sad women tis fond to wail inevitable strokes as tis to laugh at em my mother you wot well my hazards still have been your solace and believet not lightly though i go alone like to a lonely dragon that his fen makes feard and talkd of more than seen your son will or exceed the common or be caught with cautelous baits and practice volumnia my first son whither wilt thou go take good cominius with thee awhile determine on some course more than a wild exposture to each chance that s…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…h but that i see thee here thou noble thing more dances my rapt heart than when i first my wedded mistress saw bestride my threshold why thou mars i tell the we have a power on foot and i had purpose once more to hew thy target from thy brawn or lose mine arm fort thou hast beat me out twelve several times and i have nightly since dreamt of encounters twixt thyself and me we have been down together in my sleep unbuckling helms fisting each others throat and wakd half dead with nothing worthy marcius had we no other quarrel else to rome but that thou art thence banishd we would muster all from twelve to seventy and pouring war into the bowels of ungrateful rome like a bold flood oerbeat o come go in and take our friendly senators by th hands who…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…ging in their shops and going about their functions friendly enter menenius brutus we stood tot in good time is this menenius sicinius tis he tis he o he is grown most kind of late hail sir menenius hail to you both sicinius your coriolanus is not much missd but with his friends the commonwealth doth stand and so would do were he more angry at it menenius alls well and might have been much better he could have temporizd sicinius where is he hear you menenius nay i hear nothing his mother and his wife hear nothing from him enter three or four citizens citizens the gods preserve you both sicinius god den our neighbours brutus god den to you all god den to you an first citizen ourselves our wives and children on our knees are bound to pray for you…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…nce second watch youll see your rome embracd with fire before youll speak with coriolanus menenius good my friends if you have heard your general talk of rome and of his friends there it is lots to blanks my name hath touchd your ears it is menenius first watch be it so go back the virtue of your name is not here passable menenius i tell thee fellow thy general is my lover i have been the book of his good acts whence men have read his fame unparalleld haply amplified for i have ever verified my friends of whom hes chief with all the size that verity would without lapsing suffer nay sometimes like to a bowl upon a subtle ground i have tumbled past the throw and in his praise have almost stampd the leasing therefore fellow i must have leave to pa…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…sing therefore fellow i must have leave to pass first watch faith sir if you had told as many lies in his behalf as you have uttered words in your own you should not pass here no though it were as virtuous to lie as to live chastely therefore go back menenius prithee fellow remember my name is menenius always factionary on the party of your general second watch howsoever you have been his liar as you say you have i am one that telling true under him must say you cannot pass therefore go back menenius has he dind canst thou tell for i would not speak with him till after dinner first watch you are a roman are you menenius i am as thy general is first watch then you should hate rome as he does can you when you have pushd out your gates the very de…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

… crueller in suffering behold now presently and swoon for whats to come upon thee the glorious gods sit in hourly synod about thy particular prosperity and love thee no worse than thy old father menenius does o my son my son thou art preparing fire for us look thee heres water to quench it i was hardly moved to come to thee but being assured none but myself could move thee i have been blown out of your gates with sighs and conjure thee to pardon rome and thy petitionary countrymen the good gods assuage thy wrath and turn the dregs of it upon this varlet here this who like a block hath denied my access to thee coriolanus away menenius how away coriolanus wife mother child i know not my affairs are servanted to others though i owe my revenge prop…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…conjure thee to pardon rome and thy petitionary countrymen the good gods assuage thy wrath and turn the dregs of it upon this varlet here this who like a block hath denied my access to thee coriolanus away menenius how away coriolanus wife mother child i know not my affairs are servanted to others though i owe my revenge properly my remission lies in volscian breasts that we have been familiar ingrate forgetfulness shall poison rather than pity note how much therefore be gone mine ears against your suits are stronger than your gates against my force yet for i lovd thee take this along i writ it for thy sake gives a letter and would have sent it another word menenius i will not hear thee speak this man aufidius was my belovd in rome yet thou beh…

Cymbeline

…e sweet sovereign leave us to ourselves and make yourself some comfort out of your best advice cymbeline nay let her languish a drop of blood a day and being aged die of this folly exit with lords enter pisanio queen fie you must give way here is your servant how now sir what news pisanio my lord your son drew on my master queen ha no harm i trust is done pisanio there might have been but that my master rather playd than fought and had no help of anger they were parted by gentlemen at hand queen i am very glad ont imogen your sons my fathers friend he takes his part to draw upon an exile o brave sir i would they were in afric both together myself by with a needle that i might prick the goer back why came you from your master pisanio on his comm…

Cymbeline

…s banishment iachimo ay and the approbation of those that weep this lamentable divorce under her colours are wonderfully to extend him be it but to fortify her judgment which else an easy battery might lay flat for taking a beggar without less quality but how comes it he is to sojourn with you how creeps acquaintance philario his father and i were soldiers together to whom i have been often bound for no less than my life enter posthumus here comes the briton let him be so entertained amongst you as suits with gentlemen of your knowing to a stranger of his quality i beseech you all be better known to this gentleman whom i commend to you as a noble friend of mine how worthy he is i will leave to appear hereafter rather than story him in his own h…

Cymbeline

…e briton let him be so entertained amongst you as suits with gentlemen of your knowing to a stranger of his quality i beseech you all be better known to this gentleman whom i commend to you as a noble friend of mine how worthy he is i will leave to appear hereafter rather than story him in his own hearing frenchman sir we have known together in orleans posthumus since when i have been debtor to you for courtesies which i will be ever to pay and yet pay still frenchman sir you oerrate my poor kindness i was glad i did atone my countryman and you it had been pity you should have been put together with so mortal a purpose as then each bore upon importance of so slight and trivial a nature posthumus by your pardon sir i was then a young traveller r…

Cymbeline

…friend of mine how worthy he is i will leave to appear hereafter rather than story him in his own hearing frenchman sir we have known together in orleans posthumus since when i have been debtor to you for courtesies which i will be ever to pay and yet pay still frenchman sir you oerrate my poor kindness i was glad i did atone my countryman and you it had been pity you should have been put together with so mortal a purpose as then each bore upon importance of so slight and trivial a nature posthumus by your pardon sir i was then a young traveller rather shunnd to go even with what i heard than in my every action to be guided by others experiences but upon my mended judgment if i offend not to say it is mended my quarrel was not altogether slight…

Cymbeline

…g and our return to excuse but first how get hence why should excuse be born or ere begot well talk of that hereafter prithee speak how many score of miles may we well ride twixt hour and hour pisanio one score twixt sun and sun madam s enough for you and too much too imogen why one that rode tos execution man could never go so slow i have heard of riding wagers where horses have been nimbler than the sands that run i th clocks behalf but this is foolry go bid my woman feign a sickness say shell home to her father and provide me presently a riding suit no costlier than would fit a franklins huswife pisanio madam youre best consider imogen i see before me man nor here nor here nor what ensues but have a fog in them that i cannot look through awa…

Cymbeline

…all it what you will shook down my mellow hangings nay my leaves and left me bare to weather guiderius uncertain favour belarius my fault being nothing as i have told you oft but that two villains whose false oaths prevaild before my perfect honour swore to cymbeline i was confederate with the romans so followd my banishment and this twenty years this rock and these demesnes have been my world where i have livd at honest freedom paid more pious debts to heaven than in all the fore end of my time but up to th mountains this is not hunters language he that strikes the venison first shall be the lord o th feast to him the other two shall minister and we will fear no poison which attends in place of greater state ill meet you in the valleys exeunt …

Cymbeline

…or britain queen tis not sleepy business but must be lookd to speedily and strongly cymbeline our expectation that it would be thus hath made us forward but my gentle queen where is our daughter she hath not appeard before the roman nor to us hath tenderd the duty of the day she looks us like a thing more made of malice than of duty we have noted it call her before us for we have been too slight in sufferance exit a messenger queen royal sir since the exile of posthumus most retird hath her life been the cure whereof my lord tis time must do beseech your majesty forbear sharp speeches to her shes a lady so tender of rebukes that words are strokes and strokes death to her re enter messenger cymbeline where is she sir how can her contempt be answ…

Cymbeline

… they circle posthumus round as he lies sleeping sicilius no more thou thunder master show thy spite on mortal flies with mars fall out with juno chide that thy adulteries rates and revenges hath my poor boy done aught but well whose face i never saw i died whilst in the womb he stayd attending natures law whose father then as men report thou orphans father art thou shouldst have been and shielded him from this earth vexing smart mother lucina lent not me her aid but took me in my throes that from me was posthumus rippd came crying mongst his foes a thing of pity sicilius great nature like his ancestry moulded the stuff so fair that he deservd the praise o th world as great sicilius heir first brother when once he was mature for man in britain …

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…ions find directions out so by my former lecture and advice shall you my son you have me have you not rey my lord i have pol god b wi ye fare ye well rey good my lord going pol observe his inclination in yourself rey i shall my lord pol and let him ply his music rey well my lord pol farewell exit reynaldo enter ophelia how now ophelia whats the matter oph o my lord my lord i have been so affrighted pol with what i th name of god i oph my lord as i was sewing in my closet lord hamlet with his doublet all unbracd no hat upon his head his stockings fould ungartred and down gyved to his ankle pale as his shirt his knees knocking each other and with a look so piteous in purport as if he had been loosed out of hell to speak of horrors he comes before…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

… heels may kick at heaven and that his soul may be as damnd and black as hell whereto it goes my mother stays this physic but prolongs thy sickly days exit king rises my words fly up my thoughts remain below words without thoughts never to heaven go exit scene iv the queens closet enter queen and polonius pol he will come straight look you lay home to him tell him his pranks have been too broad to bear with and that your grace hath screend and stood between much heat and him ill silence me even here pray you be round with him ham within mother mother mother queen ill warrant you fear me not withdraw i hear him coming polonius hides behind the arras enter hamlet ham now mother whats the matter queen hamlet thou hast thy father much offended ham …

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…turnd as checking at his voyage and that he means no more to undertake it i will work him to exploit now ripe in my device under the which he shall not choose but fall and for his death no wind but even his mother shall uncharge the practice and call it accident laer my lord i will be ruld the rather if you could devise it so that i might be the organ king it falls right you have been talkd of since your travel much and that in hamlets hearing for a quality wherein they say you shine your sun of parts did not together pluck such envy from him as did that one and that in my regard of the unworthiest siege laer what part is that my lord king a very riband in the cap of youth yet needfull too for youth no less becomes the light and careless livery…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

… the man good if the man go to this water and drown himself it is will he nill he he goes mark you that but if the water come to him and drown him he drowns not himself argal he that is not guilty of his own death shortens not his own life other but is this law clown ay marry ist crowners quest law other will you ha the truth ant if this had not been a gentlewoman she should have been buried out o christian burial clown why there thou sayst and the more pity that great folk should have countnance in this world to drown or hang themselves more than their even christen come my spade there is no ancient gentlemen but gardners ditchers and grave makers they hold up adams profession other was he a gentleman clown a was the first that ever bore arms …

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…gland ham ay marry why was be sent into england clown why because a was mad a shall recover his wits there or if a do not tis no great matter there ham why clown twill not he seen in him there there the men are as mad as he ham how came he mad clown very strangely they say ham how strangely clown faith een with losing his wits ham upon what ground clown why here in denmark i have been sexton here man and boy thirty years ham how long will a man lie i th earth ere he rot clown faith if a be not rotten before a die as we have many pocky corses now a days that will scarce hold the laying in i will last you some eight year or nine year a tanner will last you nine year ham why he more than another clown why sir his hide is so tannd with his trade th…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…on king queen laertes with lords attendant the queen the courtiers who is this they follow and with such maimed rites this doth betoken the corse they follow did with desprate hand fordo it own life twas of some estate couch we awhile and mark retires with horatio laer what ceremony else ham that is laertes a very noble youth mark laer what ceremony else priest her obsequies have been as far enlargd as we have warranty her death was doubtful and but that great command oersways the order she should in ground unsanctified have lodgd till the last trumpet for charitable prayers shards flints and pebbles should be thrown on her yet here she is allowd her virgin crants her maiden strewments and the bringing home of bell and burial laer must there no…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

… we should profane the service of the dead to sing a requiem and such rest to her as to peace parted souls laer lay her i th earth and from her fair and unpolluted flesh may violets spring i tell thee churlish priest a ministring angel shall my sister be when thou liest howling ham what the fair ophelia queen sweets to the sweet farewell scatters flowers i hopd thou shouldst have been my hamlets wife i thought thy bride bed to have deckd sweet maid and not have strewd thy grave laer o treble woe fall ten times treble on that cursed head whose wicked deed thy most ingenious sense deprivd thee of hold off the earth awhile till i have caught her once more in mine arms leaps in the grave now pile your dust upon the quick and dead till of this flat …

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…s pleasure if his fitness speaks mine is ready now or whensoever provided i be so able as now lord the king and queen and all are coming down ham in happy time lord the queen desires you to use some gentle entertainment to laertes before you fall to play ham she well instructs me exit lord hor you will lose this wager my lord ham i do not think so since he went into france i have been in continual practice i shall win at the odds but thou wouldst not think how ill alls here about my heart but it is no matter hor nay good my lord ham it is but foolery but it is such a kind of gaingiving as would perhaps trouble a woman hor if your mind dislike anything obey it i will forestall their repair hither and say you are not fit ham not a whit we defy au…

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

… so like a waiting gentlewoman of guns and drums and wounds god save the mark and telling me the sovereignest thing on earth was parmacity for an inward bruise and that it was great pity so it was this villanous saltpetre should be diggd out of the bowels of the harmless earth which many a good tall fellow had destroyd so cowardly and but for these vile guns he would himself have been a soldier this bald unjointed chat of his my lord i answered indirectly as i said and i beseech you let not his report come current for an accusation betwixt my love and your high majesty blunt the circumstance considered good my lord whateer lord harry percy then had said to such a person and in such a place at such a time with all the rest retold may reasonably …

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

… and that is the next way to give poor jades the bots this house is turned upside down since robin ostler died car poor fellow never joyed since the price of oats rose it was the death of him car i think this be the most villanous house in all london road for fleas i am stung like a tench car like a tench i by the mass there is neer a king christen could be better bit than i have been since the first cock car why they will allow us neer a jordan and then we leak in your chimney and your chamber lye breeds fleas like a loach car what ostler come away and be hangd come away car i have a gammon of bacon and two razes of ginger to be delivered as far as charing cross car gods body the turkeys in my pannier are quite starved what ostler a plague on …

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

…uccour sent and so hath clifton ill to clifton straight king stay and breathe awhile thou hast redeemd thy lost opinion and showd thou makst some tender of my life in this fair rescue thou hast brought to me prince o god they did me too much injury that ever said i hearkned for your death if it were so i might have let alone the insulting hand of douglas over you which would have been as speedy in your end as all the poisonous potions in the world and savd the treacherous labour of your son king make up to clifton ill to sir nicholas gawsey exit enter hotspur hot if i mistake not thou art harry monmouth prince thou speakst as if i would deny my name hot my name is harry percy prince why then i see a very valiant rebel of the name i am the princ…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…omes continuantly to pie corner saving your manhoods to buy a saddle and he is indited to dinner to the lubbers head in lumbert street to master smooths the silkman i pray you since my exion is entred and my case so openly known to the world let him be brought in to his answer a hundred mark is a long one for a poor lone woman to bear and i have borne and borne and borne and have been fubbd off and fubbd off and fubbd off from this day to that day that it is a shame to be thought on there is no honesty in such dealing unless a woman should be made an ass and a beast to bear every knaves wrong enter sir john falstaff page and bardolph yonder he comes and that arrant malmsey nose knave bardolph with him do your offices do your offices master fang…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…do thou hemp seed page away you scullion you rampallian you fustilarian ill tickle your catastrophe enter the lord chief justice and his men chief justice what is the matter keep the peace here ho hostess good my lord be good to me i beseech you stand to me chief justice how now sir john what are you brawling here doth this become your place your time and business you should have been well on your way to york stand from him fellow wherefore hangst thou upon him hostess o my most worshipful lord ant please your grace i am a poor widow of eastcheap and he is arrested at my suit chief justice for what sum hostess it is more than for some my lord it is for all all i have he hath eaten me out of house and home he hath put all my substance into that …

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…thou think of me if i should weep poins i would think thee a most princely hypocrite prince it would be every mans thought and thou art a blessed fellow to think as every man thinks never a mans thought in the world keeps the road way better than thine every man would think me an hypocrite indeed and what accites your most worshipful thought to think so poins why because you have been so lewd and so much engraffed to falstaff prince and to thee poins by this light i am well spoke on i can hear it with mine own ears the worst that they can say of me is that i am a second brother and that i am a proper fellow of my hands and those two things i confess i cannot help by the mass here comes bardolph enter bardolph and page prince and the boy that i …

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…om heir shall hold this quarrel up whiles england shall have generation prince john you are too shallow hastings much to shallow to sound the bottom of the after times westmoreland pleaseth your grace to answer them directly how far forth you do like their articles prince john i like them all and do allow them well and swear here by the honour of my blood my fathers purposes have been mistook and some about him have too lavishly wrested his meaning and authority my lord these griefs shall be with speed redressd upon my soul they shall if this may please you discharge your powers unto their several counties as we will ours and here between the armies lets drink together friendly and embrace that all their eyes may bear those tokens home of our r…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…part of his conjoins with my disease and helps to end me see sons what things you are how quickly nature falls into revolt when gold becomes her object for this the foolish over careful fathers have broke their sleep with thoughts their brains with care their bones with industry for this they have engrossed and pild up the cankred heaps of strange achieved gold for this they have been thoughtful to invest their sons with arts and martial exercises when like the bee tolling from every flower the virtuous sweets our thighs with wax our mouths with honey packd we bring it to the hive and like the bees are murdred for our pains this bitter taste yields his engrossments to the ending father re enter warwick now where is he that will not stay so long…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…n drink but you must bear the hearts all exit shallow be merry master bardolph and my little soldier there be merry silence singing be merry be merry my wife has all for women are shrews both short and tall tis merry in hall when beards wag an and welcome merry shrove tide be merry be merry falstaff i did not think master silence had been a man of this mettle silence who i i have been merry twice and once ere now re enter davy davy to bardolph theres a dish of leather coats for you shallow davy davy your worship ill be with you straight to bardolph a cup of wine sir silence singing a cup of wine thats brisk and fine and drink unto the leman mine and a merry heart lives long a falstaff well said master silence silence an we shall be merry now co…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…ter shallow my lord shallow be what thou wilt i am fortunes steward get on thy boots well ride all night o sweet pistol away bardolph exit bardolph come pistol utter more to me and withal devise something to do thyself good boot boot master shallow i know the young king is sick for me let us take any mans horses the laws of england are at my commandment blessed are they that have been my friends and woe to my lord chief justice pistol let vultures vile seize on his lungs also where is the life that late i led say they why here it is welcome these pleasant days exeunt scene iv london a street enter beadles dragging in hostess quickly and doll tearsheet hostess no thou arrant knave i would to god that i might die that i might have thee hangd thou…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…i do despise my dream make less thy body hence and more thy grace leave gormandizing know the grave doth gape for thee thrice wider than for other men reply not to me with a fool born jest presume not that i am the thing i was for god doth know so shall the world perceive that i have turnd away my former self so will i those that kept me company when thou dost hear i am as i have been approach me and thou shalt be as thou wast the tutor and the feeder of my riots till then i banish thee on pain of death as i have done the rest of my misleaders not to come near our person by ten mile for competence of life i will allow you that lack of means enforce you not to evils and as we hear you do reform yourselves we will according to your strengths and …

The Life Of King Henry The Fifth

…ow now whats the matter fluellen my liege here is a villain and a traitor that look your grace has struck the glove which your majesty is take out of the helmet of alencon williams my liege this was my glove here is the fellow of it and he that i gave it to in change promisd to wear it in his cap i promisd to strike him if he did i met this man with my glove in his cap and i have been as good as my word fluellen your majesty hear now saving your majestys manhood what an arrant rascally beggarly lousy knave it is i hope your majesty is pear me testimony and witness and will avouchment that this is the glove of alencon that your majesty is give me in your conscience now king henry give me thy glove soldier look here is the fellow of it twas i ind…

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…s this talbot so much feard abroad that with his name the mothers still their babes i see report is fabulous and false i thought i should have seen some hercules a second hector for his grim aspect and large proportion of his strong knit limbs alas this is a child a silly dwarf it cannot be this weak and writhled shrimp should strike such terror to his enemies talbot madam i have been bold to trouble you but since your ladyship is not at leisure ill sort some other time to visit you going countess what means he now go ask him whither he goes messenger stay my lord talbot for my lady craves to know the cause of your abrupt departure talbot marry for that shes in a wrong belief i go to certify her talbots here re enter porter with keys countess i…

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…rls of somerset suffolk and warwick richard plantagenet vernon and another lawyer plantagenet great lords and gentlemen what means this silence dare no man answer in a case of truth suffolk within the temple hall we were too loud the garden here is more convenient plantagenet then say at once if i maintaind the truth or else was wrangling somerset in th error suffolk faith i have been a truant in the law and never yet could frame my will to it and therefore frame the law unto my will somerset judge you my lord of warwick then between us warwick between two hawks which flies the higher pitch between two dogs which hath the deeper mouth between two blades which bears the better temper between two horses which doth bear him best between two girls …

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…t gloucester he doth my lord and is become your foe king henry is that the worst this letter doth contain gloucester it is the worst and all my lord he writes king henry why then lord talbot there shall talk with him and give him chastisement for this abuse how say you my lord are you not content talbot content my liege yes but that i am prevented i should have beggd i might have been employd king henry then gather strength and march unto him straight let him perceive how ill we brook his treason and what offence it is to flout his friends talbot i go my lord in heart desiring still you may behold confusion of your foes exit enter vernon and basset vernon grant me the combat gracious sovereign basset and me my lord grant me the combat too york …

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…ory and my countrys weal enter in cardinals habit beaufort the papal legate and two ambassadors exeter what is my lord of winchester installd and calld unto a cardinals degree then i perceive that will be verified henry the fifth did sometime prophesy if once he come to be a cardinal hell make his cap co equal with the crown king henry my lords ambassadors your several suits have been considerd and debated on your purpose is both good and reasonable and therefore are we certainly resolvd to draw conditions of a friendly peace which by my lord of winchester we mean shall be transported presently to france gloucester and for the proffer of my lord your master i have informd his highness so at large as liking of the ladys virtuous gifts her beauty…

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…henry is youthful and will quickly yield madam i have a secret to reveal margaret aside what though i be enthralld he seems a knight and will not any way dishonour me suffolk lady vouchsafe to listen what i say margaret aside perhaps i shall be rescud by the french and then i need not crave his courtesy suffolk sweet madam give me hearing in a cause margaret aside tush women have been captivate ere now suffolk lady wherefore talk you so margaret i cry you mercy tis but quid for quo suffolk say gentle princess would you not suppose your bondage happy to be made a queen margaret to be a queen in bondage is more vile than is a slave in base servility for princes should be free suffolk and so shall you if happy englands royal king be free margaret …

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…relenting hearts then joan discover thine infirmity that warranteth by law to be thy privilege i am with child ye bloody homicides murder not then the fruit within my womb although ye hale me to a violent death york now heaven forfend the holy maid with child warwick the greatest miracle that eer ye wrought is all your strict preciseness come to this york she and the dauphin have been juggling i did imagine what would be her refuge warwick well go to well have no bastards live especially since charles must father it pucelle you are deceivd my child is none of his it was alencon that enjoyd my love york alencon that notorious machiavel it dies an if it had a thousand lives pucelle o give me leave i have deluded you twas neither charles nor yet t…

The First Part Of Henry The Sixth

…he states of christendom movd with remorse of these outrageous broils have earnestly implord a general peace betwixt our nation and the aspiring french and here at hand the dauphin and his train approacheth to confer about some matter york is all our travail turnd to this effect after the slaughter of so many peers so many captains gentlemen and soldiers that in this quarrel have been overthrown and sold their bodies for their countrys benefit shall we at last conclude effeminate peace have we not lost most part of all the towns by treason falsehood and by treachery our great progenitors had conquered o warwick warwick i foresee with grief the utter loss of all the realm of france warwick be patient york if we conclude a peace it shall be with …

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…he be old enough what needs your grace to be protector of his excellence gloucester madam i am protector of the realm and at his pleasure will resign my place suffolk resign it then and leave thine insolence since thou wert king as who is king but thou the commonwealth hath daily run to wrack the dauphin hath prevaild beyond the seas and all the peers and nobles of the realm have been as bondmen to thy sovereignty cardinal the commons hast thou rackd the clergys bags are lank and lean with thy extortions somerset thy sumptuous buildings and thy wifes attire have cost a mass of public treasury buckingham thy cruelty in execution upon offenders hath exceeded law and left thee to the mercy of the law queen thy sale of offices and towns in france i…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…at i pray you use her well the world may laugh again and i may live to do you kindness if you do it her and so sir john farewell duchess what gone my lord and bid me not farewell gloucester witness my tears i cannot stay to speak exeunt gloucester and servants duchess art thou gone too all comfort go with thee for none abides with me my joy is death death at whose name i oft have been afeard because i wishd this worlds eternity stanley i prithee go and take me hence i care not whither for i beg no favour only convey me where thou art commanded stanley why madam that is to the isle of man there to be usd according to your state duchess thats bad enough for i am but reproach and shall i then be usd reproachfully stanley like to a duchess and duke…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…his head and lifeless body lie until the queen his mistress bury it exit first gentleman o barbarous and bloody spectacle his body will i bear unto the king if he revenge it not yet will his friends so will the queen that living held him dear exit with the body scene ii blackheath enter george bevis and john holland george come and get thee a sword though made of a lath they have been up these two days john they have the more need to sleep now then george i tell thee jack cade the clothier means to dress the commonwealth and turn it and set a new nap upon it john so he had need for tis threadbare well i say it was never merry world in england since gentlemen came up george o miserable age virtue is not regarded in handicraftsmen john the nobili…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…e i am sorry fort the man is a proper man of mine honour unless i find him guilty he shall not die come hither sirrah i must examine thee what is thy name clerk emmanuel dick they use to write it on the top of letters twill go hard with you cade let me alone dost thou use to write thy name or hast thou a mark to thyself like a honest plain dealing man clerk sir i thank god i have been so well brought up that i can write my name all he hath confessd away with him hes a villain and a traitor cade away with him i say hang him with his pen and inkhorn about his neck exit one with the clerk enter michael michael wheres our general cade here i am thou particular fellow michael fly fly fly sir humphrey stafford and his brother are hard by with the kin…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

… face that thou hast men about thee that usually talk of a noun and a verb and such abominable words as no christian ear can endure to hear thou hast appointed justices of peace to call poor men before them about matters they were not able to answer moreover thou hast put them in prison and because they could not read thou hast hangd them when indeed only for that cause they have been most worthy to live thou dost ride in a foot cloth dost thou not say what of that cade marry thou oughtst not to let thy horse wear a cloak when honester men than thou go in their hose and doublets dick and work in their shirt too as myself for example that am a butcher say you men of kent dick what say you of kent say nothing but this tis bona terra mala gens cad…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

… life for a thousand years i could stay no longer wherefore on a brick wall have i climbd into this garden to see if i can eat grass or pick a sallet another while which is not amiss to cool a mans stomach this hot weather and i think this word sallet was born to do me good for many a time but for a sallet my brain pain had been cleft with a brown bill and many a time when i have been dry and bravely marching it hath servd me instead of a quart pot to drink in and now the word sallet must serve me to feed on enter iden iden lord who would live turmoiled in the court and may enjoy such quiet walks as these this small inheritance my father left me contenteth me and worth a monarchy i seek not to wax great by others waning or gather wealth i care …

The Third Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…ee the minutes how they run how many makes the hour full complete how many hours brings about the day how many days will finish up the year how many years a mortal man may live when this is known then to divide the times so many hours must i tend my flock so many hours must i take my rest so many hours must i contemplate so many hours must i sport myself so many days my ewes have been with young so many weeks ere the poor fools will can so many years ere i shall shear the fleece so minutes hours days months and years passd over to the end they were created would bring white hairs unto a quiet grave ah what a life were this how sweet how lovely gives not the hawthorn bush a sweeter shade to shepherds looking on their silly sheep than doth a rich…

The Third Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…trength my sick heart shows that i must yield my body to the earth and by my fall the conquest to my foe thus yields the cedar to the axes edge whose arms gave shelter to the princely eagle under whose shade the ramping lion slept whose top branch overpeerd joves spreading tree and kept low shrubs from winters powrful wind these eyes that now are dimmd with deaths black veil have been as piercing as the mid day sun to search the secret treasons of the world the wrinkles in my brows now filld with blood were likned oft to kingly sepulchres for who livd king but i could dig his grave and who durst smile when warwick bent his brow lo now my glory smeard in dust and blood my parks my walks my manors that i had even now forsake me and of all my land…

King Henry The Eighth

…er moiety ere you ask is given repeat your will and take it queen katharine thank your majesty that you would love yourself and in that love not unconsidered leave your honour nor the dignity of your office is the point of my petition king lady mine proceed queen katharine i am solicited not by a few and those of true condition that your subjects are in great grievance there have been commissions sent down among em which hath flawd the heart of all their loyalties wherein although my good lord cardinal they vent reproaches most bitterly on you as putter on of these exactions yet the king our master whose honour heaven shield from soil even he escapes not language unmannerly yea such which breaks the sides of loyalty and almost appears in loud r…

King Henry The Eighth

…amberlain lady i shall not fail t approve the fair conceit the king hath of you aside i have perusd her well beauty and honour in her are so mingled that they have caught the king and who knows yet but from this lady may proceed a gem to lighten all this isle ill to the king and say i spoke with you anne my honourd lord exit lord chamberlain old lady why this it is see see i have been begging sixteen years in court am yet a courtier beggarly nor could come pat betwixt too early and too late for any suit of pounds and you o fate a very fresh fish here fie fie fie upon this compelld fortune have your mouth filld up before you open it anne this is strange to me old lady how tastes it is it bitter forty pence no there was a lady once tis an old sto…

King Henry The Eighth

…tice and to bestow your pity on me for i am a most poor woman and a stranger born out of your dominions having here no judge indifferent nor no more assurance of equal friendship and proceeding alas sir in what have i offended you what cause hath my behaviour given to your displeasure that thus you should proceed to put me of and take your good grace from me heaven witness i have been to you a true and humble wife at all times to your will conformable ever in fear to kindle your dislike yea subject to your countenance glad or sorry as i saw it inclind when was the hour i ever contradicted your desire or made it not mine too or which of your friends have i not strove to love although i knew he were mine enemy what friend of mine that had to him …

King Henry The Eighth

…ke yea subject to your countenance glad or sorry as i saw it inclind when was the hour i ever contradicted your desire or made it not mine too or which of your friends have i not strove to love although i knew he were mine enemy what friend of mine that had to him derivd your anger did continue in my liking nay gave notice he was from thence dischargd sir call to mind that i have been your wife in this obedience upward of twenty years and have been blest with many children by you if in the course and process of this time you can report and prove it too against mine honour aught my bond to wedlock or my love and duty against your sacred person in gods name turn me away and let the foulst contempt shut door upon me and so give me up to the sharps…

King Henry The Eighth

…ind when was the hour i ever contradicted your desire or made it not mine too or which of your friends have i not strove to love although i knew he were mine enemy what friend of mine that had to him derivd your anger did continue in my liking nay gave notice he was from thence dischargd sir call to mind that i have been your wife in this obedience upward of twenty years and have been blest with many children by you if in the course and process of this time you can report and prove it too against mine honour aught my bond to wedlock or my love and duty against your sacred person in gods name turn me away and let the foulst contempt shut door upon me and so give me up to the sharpst kind of justice please you sir the king your father was reputed…

King Henry The Eighth

…u both for your good wins ye speak like honest men pray god ye prove so but how to make ye suddenly an answer in such a point of weight so near mine honour more near my life i fear with my weak wit and to such men of gravity and learning in truth i know not i was set at work among my maids full little god knows looking either for such men or such business for her sake that i have been for i feel the last fit of my greatness good your graces let me have time and counsel for my cause alas i am a woman friendless hopeless wolsey madam you wrong the kings love with these fears your hopes and friends are infinite queen katharine in england but little for my profit can you think lords that any englishman dare give me counsel or be a known friend gain…

King Henry The Eighth

…vings to bestow my bounties upon you wolsey aside what should this mean surrey aside the lord increase this business king have i not made you the prime man of the state i pray you tell me if what i now pronounce you have found true and if you may confess it say withal if you are bound to us or no what say you wolsey my sovereign i confess your royal graces showrd on me daily have been more than could my studied purposes requite which went beyond all mans endeavours my endeavours have ever come too short of my desires yet fild with my abilities mine own ends have been mine so that evermore they pointed to th good of your most sacred person and the profit of the state for your great graces heapd upon me poor undeserver i can nothing render but al…

King Henry The Eighth

…e if what i now pronounce you have found true and if you may confess it say withal if you are bound to us or no what say you wolsey my sovereign i confess your royal graces showrd on me daily have been more than could my studied purposes requite which went beyond all mans endeavours my endeavours have ever come too short of my desires yet fild with my abilities mine own ends have been mine so that evermore they pointed to th good of your most sacred person and the profit of the state for your great graces heapd upon me poor undeserver i can nothing render but allegiant thanks my prayrs to heaven for you my loyalty which ever has and ever shall be growing till death that winter kill it king fairly answerd a loyal and obedient subject is therein …

King Henry The Eighth

…leman may i be bold to ask what that contains that paper in your hand first gentleman yes tis the list of those that claim their offices this day by custom of the coronation the duke of suffolk is the first and claims to be high steward next the duke of norfolk he to be earl marshal you may read the rest second gentleman i thank you sir had i not known those customs i should have been beholding to your paper but i beseech you whats become of katharine the princess dowager how goes her business first gentleman that i can tell you too the archbishop of canterbury accompanied with other learned and reverend fathers of his order held a late court at dunstable six miles of from ampthill where the princess lay to which she was often cited by them but…

King Henry The Eighth

… fear nothing what can be said against me king know you not how your state stands i th world with the whole world your enemies are many and not small their practices must bear the same proportion and not ever the justice and the truth o th question carries the due o th verdict with it at what ease might corrupt minds procure knaves as corrupt to swear against you such things have been done you are potently opposd and with a malice of as great size ween you of better luck i mean in perjurd witness than your master whose minister you are whiles here he livd upon this naughty earth go to go to you take a precipice for no leap of danger and woo your own destruction cranmer god and your majesty protect mine innocence or i fall into the trap is laid …

King Henry The Eighth

… conscience in doing daily wrongs i could say more but reverence to your calling makes me modest gardiner my lord my lord you are a sectary thats the plain truth your painted gloss discovers to men that understand you words and weakness cromwell my lord of winchester yare a little by your good favour too sharp men so noble however faulty yet should find respect for what they have been tis a cruelty to load a falling man gardiner good master secretary i cry your honour mercy you may worst of all this table say so cromwell why my lord gardiner do not i know you for a favourer of this new sect ye are not sound cromwell not sound gardiner not sound i say cromwell would you were half so honest mens prayers then would seek you not their fears gardine…

Das King John

…hall be heard so hence be thou the trumpet of our wrath and sullen presage of your own decay an honourable conduct let him have pembroke look to t farewell chatillon exeunt chatillon and pembroke elinor what now my son have i not ever said how that ambitious constance would not cease till she had kindled france and all the world upon the right and party of her son this might have been prevented and made whole with very easy arguments of love which now the manage of two kingdoms must with fearful bloody issue arbitrate king john our strong possession and our right for us elinor your strong possession much more than your right or else it must go wrong with you and me so much my conscience whispers in your ear which none but heaven and you and i s…

Das King John

…he chair be heedful hence and watch executioner i hope your warrant will bear out the deed hubert uncleanly scruples fear not you look tot exeunt executioners young lad come forth i have to say with you enter arthur arthur good morrow hubert hubert good morrow little prince arthur as little prince having so great a tide to be more prince as may be you are sad hubert indeed i have been merrier arthur mercy on me methinks no body should be sad but i yet i remember when i was in france young gentlemen would be as sad as night only for wantonness by my christendom so i were out of prison and kept sheep i should be as merry as the day is long and so i would be here but that i doubt my uncle practises more harm to me he is afraid of me and i of him i…

Das King John

…uld not my lords return to me again after they heard young arthur was alive bastard they found him dead and cast into the streets an empty casket where the jewel of life by some damnd hand was robbed and taen away king john that villain hubert told me he did live bastard so on my soul he did for aught he knew but wherefore do you droop why look you sad be great in act as you have been in thought let not the world see fear and sad distrust govern the motion of a kingly eye be stirring as the time be fire with fire threaten the threatner and outface the brow of bragging horror so shall inferior eyes that borrow their behaviours from the great grow great by your example and put on the dauntless spirit of resolution away and glister like the god of…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…s not day is not tomorrow boy the ides of march lucius i know not sir brutus look in the calendar and bring me word lucius i will sir exit brutus the exhalations whizzing in the air give so much light that i may read by them opens the letter and reads “brutus thou sleepst awake and see thyself shall rome etc speak strike redress” “brutus thou sleepst awake” such instigations have been often droppd where i have took them up “shall rome etc” thus must i piece it out shall rome stand under one mans awe what rome my ancestors did from the streets of rome the tarquin drive when he was calld a king “speak strike redress” am i entreated to speak and strike o rome i make thee promise if the redress will follow thou receivest thy full petition at the ha…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…avern dark enough to mask thy monstrous visage seek none conspiracy hide it in smiles and affability for if thou path thy native semblance on not erebus itself were dim enough to hide thee from prevention enter the conspirators cassius casca decius cinna metellus cimber and trebonius cassius i think we are too bold upon your rest good morrow brutus do we trouble you brutus i have been up this hour awake all night know i these men that come along with you cassius yes every man of them and no man here but honors you and every one doth wish you had but that opinion of yourself which every noble roman bears of you this is trebonius brutus he is welcome hither cassius this decius brutus brutus he is welcome too cassius this casca this cinna and this…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…ickness no my brutus you have some sick offense within your mind which by the right and virtue of my place i ought to know of and upon my knees i charm you by my once commended beauty by all your vows of love and that great vow which did incorporate and make us one that you unfold to me yourself your half why you are heavy and what men tonight have had resort to you for here have been some six or seven who did hide their faces even from darkness brutus kneel not gentle portia portia i should not need if you were gentle brutus within the bond of marriage tell me brutus is it excepted i should know no secrets that appertain to you am i yourself but as it were in sort or limitation to keep with you at meals comfort your bed and talk to you sometim…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…ake sick brutus that must we also what it is my caius i shall unfold to thee as we are going to whom it must be done ligarius set on your foot and with a heart new fired i follow you to do i know not what but it sufficeth that brutus leads me on brutus follow me then exeunt scene ii caesars house thunder and lightning enter caesar in his nightgown caesar nor heaven nor earth have been at peace tonight thrice hath calpurnia in her sleep cried out “help ho they murther caesar” whos within enter a servant servant my lord caesar go bid the priests do present sacrifice and bring me their opinions of success servant i will my lord exit enter calpurnia calpurnia what mean you caesar think you to walk forth you shall not stir out of your house today ca…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…s his time what should the wars do with these jigging fools companion hence cassius away away be gone exit poet brutus lucilius and titinius bid the commanders prepare to lodge their companies tonight cassius and come yourselves and bring messala with you immediately to us exeunt lucilius and titinius brutus lucius a bowl of wine exit lucius cassius i did not think you could have been so angry brutus o cassius i am sick of many griefs cassius of your philosophy you make no use if you give place to accidental evils brutus no man bears sorrow better portia is dead cassius ha portia brutus she is dead cassius how scaped killing when i crossd you so o insupportable and touching loss upon what sickness brutus impatient of my absence and grief that y…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…thee do thou shouldst attempt it come now keep thine oath now be a freeman and with this good sword that ran through caesars bowels search this bosom stand not to answer here take thou the hilts and when my face is coverd as tis now guide thou the sword pindarus stabs him caesar thou art revenged even with the sword that killd thee dies pindarus so i am free yet would not so have been durst i have done my will o cassius far from this country pindarus shall run where never roman shall take note of him exit re enter titinius with messala messala it is but change titinius for octavius is overthrown by noble brutus power as cassius legions are by antony titinius these tidings would well comfort cassius messala where did you leave him titinius all d…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…unkards liars and adulterers by an enforcd obedience of planetary influence and all that we are evil in by a divine thrusting on an admirable evasion of whore master man to lay his goatish disposition to the charge of a star my father compounded with my mother under the dragons tail and my nativity was under ursa major so that it follows i am rough and lecherous fut i should have been that i am had the maidenliest star in the firmament twinkled on my bastardizing edgar enter edgar and pat he comes like the catastrophe of the old comedy my cue is villainous melancholy with a sigh like tom o bedlam o these eclipses do portend these divisions fa sol la mi edg how now brother edmund what serious contemplation are you in edm i am thinking brother of…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…ather be my horses ready fool thy asses are gone about em the reason why the seven stars are no moe than seven is a pretty reason lear because they are not eight fool yes indeed thou wouldst make a good fool lear to takt again perforce monster ingratitude fool if thou wert my fool nuncle ild have thee beaten for being old before thy time lear hows that fool thou shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise lear o let me not be mad not mad sweet heaven keep me in temper i would not be mad enter a gentleman how now are the horses ready gent ready my lord lear come boy fool she thats a maid now and laughs at my departure shall not be a maid long unless things be cut shorter exeunt act ii scene i a court within the castle of the earl of glo…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…eep me in temper i would not be mad enter a gentleman how now are the horses ready gent ready my lord lear come boy fool she thats a maid now and laughs at my departure shall not be a maid long unless things be cut shorter exeunt act ii scene i a court within the castle of the earl of gloucester enter edmund the bastard and curan meeting edm save thee curan cur and you sir i have been with your father and given him notice that the duke of cornwall and regan his duchess will be here with him this night edm how comes that cur nay i know not you have heard of the news abroad i mean the whisperd ones for they are yet but ear kissing arguments edm not i pray you what are they cur have you heard of no likely wars toward twixt the two dukes of cornwal…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…the water that in the fury of his heart when the foul fiend rages eats cow dung for sallets swallows the old rat and the ditch dog drinks the green mantle of the standing pool who is whippd from tithing to tithing and stock punishd and imprisond who hath had three suits to his back six shirts to his body horse to ride and weapons to wear but mice and rats and such small deer have been toms food for seven long year beware my follower peace smulkin peace thou fiend glou what hath your grace no better company edg the prince of darkness is a gentleman modo hes calld and mahu glou our flesh and blood is grown so vile my lord that it doth hate what gets it edg poor tom s acold glou go in with me my duty cannot suffer t obey in all your daughters hard…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…e change is from the best the worst returns to laughter welcome then thou unsubstantial air that i embrace the wretch that thou hast blown unto the worst owes nothing to thy blasts enter gloucester led by an old man but who comes here my father poorly led world world o world but that thy strange mutations make us hate thee life would not yield to age old man o my good lord i have been your tenant and your fathers tenant these fourscore years glou away get thee away good friend be gone thy comforts can do me no good at all thee they may hurt old man you cannot see your way glou i have no way and therefore want no eyes i stumbled when i saw full oft tis seen our means secure us and our mere defects prove our commodities ah dear son edgar the food…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…l that i have come ont what will exit glou sirrah naked fellow edg poor toms acold aside i cannot daub it further glou come hither fellow edg aside and yet i must bless thy sweet eyes they bleed glou knowst thou the way to dover edg both stile and gate horseway and footpath poor tom hath been scard out of his good wits bless thee good mans son from the foul fiend five fiends have been in poor tom at once of lust as obidicut hobbididence prince of dumbness mahu of stealing modo of murder flibbertigibbet of mopping and mowing who since possesses chambermaids and waiting women so bless thee master glou here take this purse thou whom the heavens plagues have humbled to all strokes that i am wretched makes thee the happier heavens deal so still let …

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…istresss command wear this gives a favour spare speech decline your head this kiss if it durst speak would stretch thy spirits up into the air conceive and fare thee well edm yours in the ranks of death exit gon my most dear gloucester o the difference of man and man to thee a womans services are due my fool usurps my body osw madam here comes my lord exit enter albany gon i have been worth the whistle alb o goneril you are not worth the dust which the rude wind blows in your face i fear your disposition that nature which contemns it origin cannot be bordered certain in itself she that herself will sliver and disbranch from her material sap perforce must wither and come to deadly use gon no more the text is foolish alb wisdom and goodness to th…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

… constant pleasure exit an officer reg our sisters man is certainly miscarried edm tis to be doubted madam reg now sweet lord you know the goodness i intend upon you tell me but truly but then speak the truth do you not love my sister edm in honourd love reg but have you never found my brothers way to the forfended place edm that thought abuses you reg i am doubtful that you have been conjunct and bosomd with her as far as we call hers edm no by mine honour madam reg i never shall endure her dear my lord be not familiar with her edm fear me not she and the duke her husband enter with drum and colours albany goneril soldiers gon aside i had rather lose the battle than that sister should loosen him and me alb our very loving sister well bemet sir…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…e you shall hold your session at this time we sweat and bleed the friend hath lost his friend and the best quarrels in the heat are cursd by those that feel their sharpness the question of cordelia and her father requires a fitter place alb sir by your patience i hold you but a subject of this war not as a brother reg thats as we list to grace him methinks our pleasure might have been demanded ere you had spoke so far he led our powers bore the commission of my place and person the which immediacy may well stand up and call itself your brother gon not so hot in his own grace he doth exalt himself more than in your addition reg in my rights by me invested he compeers the best gon that were the most if he should husband you reg jesters do oft pro…

Loves Labours Lost

…pon confess i am in love and as it is base for a soldier to love so am i in love with a base wench if drawing my sword against the humour of affection would deliver me from the reprobate thought of it i would take desire prisoner and ransom him to any french courtier for a new devisd curtsy i think scorn to sigh methinks i should out swear cupid comfort me boy what great men have been in love moth hercules master armado most sweet hercules more authority dear boy name more and sweet my child let them be men of good repute and carriage moth samson master he was a man of good carriage great carriage for he carried the town gates on his back like a porter and he was in love armado o well knit samson strong jointed samson i do excel thee in my rapi…

Loves Labours Lost

… speak sweetly then they name her name and rosaline they call her ask for her and to her white hand see thou do commend this seald up counsel theres thy guerdon go giving him a shilling costard gardon o sweet gardon better than remuneration a leven pence farthing better most sweet gardon i will do it sir in print gardon remuneration exit berowne and i forsooth in love i that have been loves whip a very beadle to a humorous sigh a critic nay a night watch constable a domineering pedant oer the boy than whom no mortal so magnificent this wimpled whining purblind wayward boy this senior junior giant dwarf dan cupid regent of love rhymes lord of folded arms th anointed sovereign of sighs and groans liege of all loiterers and malcontents dread princ…

Loves Labours Lost

…eaves shade folly who is he comes here steps aside enter longaville with a paper what longaville and reading listen car berowne now in thy likeness one more fool appear longaville ay me i am forsworn berowne why he comes in like a perjure wearing papers king in love i hope sweet fellowship in shame berowne one drunkard loves another of the name longaville am i the first that have been perjurd so berowne i could put thee in comfort not by two that i know thou makest the triumviry the corner cap of society the shape of loves tyburn that hangs up simplicity longaville i fear these stubborn lines lack power to move o sweet maria empress of my love these numbers will i tear and write in prose berowne o rhymes are guards on wanton cupids hose disfigu…

Loves Labours Lost

… charity that in loves grief desirst society you may look pale but i should blush i know to be oerheard and taken napping so king advancing come sir you blush as his your case is such you chide at him offending twice as much you do not love maria longaville did never sonnet for her sake compile nor never lay his wreathed arms athwart his loving bosom to keep down his heart i have been closely shrouded in this bush and markd you both and for you both did blush i heard your guilty rhymes observd your fashion saw sighs reek from you noted well your passion ay me says one o jove the other cries one her hairs were gold crystal the others eyes to longaville you would for paradise break faith and troth to dumain and jove for your love would infringe a…

Loves Labours Lost

…at will betime and may by us be fitted berowne allons allons sowd cockle reapd no corn and justice always whirls in equal measure light wenches may prove plagues to men forsworn if so our copper buys no better treasure exeunt act v scene i the park enter holofernes sir nathaniel and dull holofernes satis quod sufficit nathaniel i praise god for you sir your reasons at dinner have been sharp and sententious pleasant without scurrility witty without affection audacious without impudency learned without opinion and strange without heresy i did converse this quondam day with a companion of the kings who is intituled nominated or called don adriano de armado holofernes novi hominem tanquam te his humour is lofty his discourse peremptory his tongue f…

Loves Labours Lost

…ne to make frantic lunatic nathaniel laus deo bone intelligo holofernes bone bone for bene priscian a little scratchd twill serve enter armado moth and costard nathaniel videsne quis venit holofernes video et gaudeo armado to moth chirrah holofernes quare chirrah not sirrah armado men of peace well encountred holofernes most military sir salutation moth aside to costard they have been at a great feast of languages and stoln the scraps costard o they have livd long on the alms basket of words i marvel thy master hath not eaten thee for a word for thou are not so long by the head as honorificabilitudinitatibus thou art easier swallowed than a flap dragon moth peace the peal begins armado to holofernes monsieur are you not lettred moth yes yes he …

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

…res no art to find the minds construction in the face he was a gentleman on whom i built an absolute trust enter macbeth banquo ross and angus o worthiest cousin the sin of my ingratitude even now was heavy on me thou art so far before that swiftest wing of recompense is slow to overtake thee would thou hadst less deserved that the proportion both of thanks and payment might have been mine only i have left to say more is thy due than more than all can pay macbeth the service and the loyalty lowe in doing it pays itself your highness part is to receive our duties and our duties are to your throne and state children and servants which do but what they should by doing everything safe toward your love and honor duncan welcome hither i have begun to…

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

…care i if thou canst nod speak too if charnel houses and our graves must send those that we bury back our monuments shall be the maws of kites exit ghost lady macbeth what quite unmannd in folly macbeth if i stand here i saw him lady macbeth fie for shame macbeth blood hath been shed ere now i the olden time ere humane statute purged the gentle weal ay and since too murthers have been performd too terrible for the ear the time has been that when the brains were out the man would die and there an end but now they rise again with twenty mortal murthers on their crowns and push us from our stools this is more strange than such a murther is lady macbeth my worthy lord your noble friends do lack you macbeth i do forget do not muse at me my most wort…

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

…fear ross what sights my lord lady macbeth i pray you speak not he grows worse and worse question enrages him at once good night stand not upon the order of your going but go at once lennox good night and better health attend his majesty lady macbeth a kind good night to all exeunt all but macbeth and lady macbeth macbeth will have blood they say blood will have blood stones have been known to move and trees to speak augures and understood relations have by maggot pies and choughs and rooks brought forth the secretst man of blood what is the night lady macbeth almost at odds with morning which is which macbeth how sayst thou that macduff denies his person at our great bidding lady macbeth did you send to him sir macbeth i hear it by the way but…

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

…ity is mortals chiefest enemy music and a song within “come away come away” hark i am calld my little spirit see sits in a foggy cloud and stays for me exit first witch come lets make haste shell soon be back again exeunt scene vi forres the palace enter lennox and another lord lennox my former speeches have but hit your thoughts which can interpret farther only i say things have been strangely borne the gracious duncan was pitied of macbeth marry he was dead and the right valiant banquo walkd too late whom you may say ift please you fleance killd for fleance fled men must not walk too late who cannot want the thought how monstrous it was for malcolm and for donalbain to kill their gracious father damned fact how it did grieve macbeth did he no…

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

… of fears the time has been my senses would have coold to hear a night shriek and my fell of hair would at a dismal treatise rouse and stir as life were int i have suppd full with horrors direness familiar to my slaughterous thoughts cannot once start me re enter seyton wherefore was that cry seyton the queen my lord is dead macbeth she should have died hereafter there would have been a time for such a word tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day to the last syllable of recorded time and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death out out brief candle lifes but a walking shadow a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more it is a tale told by an idiot…

Measure For Measure

…alus how thy wife elbow ay sir whom i thank heaven is an honest woman escalus dost thou detest her therefore elbow i say sir i will detest myself also as well as she that this house if it be not a bawds house it is pity of her life for it is a naughty house escalus how dost thou know that constable elbow marry sir by my wife who if she had been a woman cardinally given might have been accusd in fornication adultery and all uncleanliness there escalus by the womans means elbow ay sir by mistress overdones means but as she spit in his face so she defied him pompey sir if it please your honour this is not so elbow prove it before these varlets here thou honourable man prove it escalus do you hear how he misplaces pompey sir she came in great with …

Measure For Measure

… you are too cold isabella too late why no i that do speak a word may call it back again well believe this no ceremony that to great ones longs not the kings crown nor the deputed sword the marshals truncheon nor the judges robe become them with one half so good a grace as mercy does if he had been as you and you as he you would have slippd like him but he like you would not have been so stern angelo pray you be gone isabella i would to heaven i had your potency and you were isabel should it then be thus no i would tell what twere to be a judge and what a prisoner lucio to isabella ay touch him theres the vein angelo your brother is a forfeit of the law and you but waste your words isabella alas alas why all the souls that were were forfeit onc…

Measure For Measure

… of the all binding law and that there were no earthly mean to save him but that either you must lay down the treasures of your body to this supposed or else to let him suffer what would you do isabella as much for my poor brother as myself that is were i under the terms of death th impression of keen whips id wear as rubies and strip myself to death as to a bed that longing have been sick for ere id yield my body up to shame angelo then must your brother die isabella and twere the cheaper way better it were a brother died at once than that a sister by redeeming him should die for ever angelo were not you then as cruel as the sentence that you have slanderd so isabella ignominy in ransom and free pardon are of two houses lawful mercy is nothing…

Measure For Measure

…ost come sir leave me your snatches and yield me a direct answer to morrow morning are to die claudio and barnardine here is in our prison a common executioner who in his office lacks a helper if you will take it on you to assist him it shall redeem you from your gyves if not you shall have your full time of imprisonment and your deliverance with an unpitied whipping for you have been a notorious bawd pompey sir i have been an unlawful bawd time out of mind but yet i will be content to be a lawful hangman i would be glad to receive some instructions from my fellow partner provost what ho abhorson wheres abhorson there enter abhorson abhorson do you call sir provost sirrah heres a fellow will help you to morrow in your execution if you think it …

Measure For Measure

…yield me a direct answer to morrow morning are to die claudio and barnardine here is in our prison a common executioner who in his office lacks a helper if you will take it on you to assist him it shall redeem you from your gyves if not you shall have your full time of imprisonment and your deliverance with an unpitied whipping for you have been a notorious bawd pompey sir i have been an unlawful bawd time out of mind but yet i will be content to be a lawful hangman i would be glad to receive some instructions from my fellow partner provost what ho abhorson wheres abhorson there enter abhorson abhorson do you call sir provost sirrah heres a fellow will help you to morrow in your execution if you think it meet compound with him by the year and l…

Measure For Measure

…uted and sleep afterwards abhorson go in to him and fetch him out pompey he is coming sir he is coming i hear his straw rustle enter barnardine abhorson is the axe upon the block sirrah pompey very ready sir barnardine how now abhorson whats the news with you abhorson truly sir i would desire you to clap into your prayers for look you the warrants come barnardine you rogue i have been drinking all night i am not fitted fort pompey o the better sir for he that drinks all night and is hanged betimes in the morning may sleep the sounder all the next day enter duke disguised as before abhorson look you sir here comes your ghostly father do we jest now think you duke sir induced by my charity and hearing how hastily you are to depart i am come to ad…

Measure For Measure

… better sir for he that drinks all night and is hanged betimes in the morning may sleep the sounder all the next day enter duke disguised as before abhorson look you sir here comes your ghostly father do we jest now think you duke sir induced by my charity and hearing how hastily you are to depart i am come to advise you comfort you and pray with you barnardine friar not i i have been drinking hard all night and i will have more time to prepare me or they shall beat out my brains with billets i will not consent to die this day thats certain duke o sir you must and therefore i beseech you look forward on the journey you shall go barnardine i swear i will not die to day for any mans persuasion duke but hear you barnardine not a word if you have a…

The Merchant Of Venice

…emble you in that if a jew wrong a christian what is his humility revenge if a christian wrong a jew what should his sufferance be by christian example why revenge the villainy you teach me i will execute and itshall go hard but i will better the instruction enter a man from antonio man gentlemen my master antonio is at his house and desires to speak with you both salerio we have been up and down to seek him enter tubal solanio here comes another of the tribe a third cannot be matchd unless the devil himself turn jew exeunt solanio salerio and man shylock how now tubal what news from genoa hast thou found my daughter tubal i often came where i did hear of her but cannot find her shylock why there there there there a diamond gone cost me two tho…

The Merchant Of Venice

…ng would be thought no better a musician than the wren how many things by season seasond are to their right praise and true perfection peace ho the moon sleeps with endymion and would not be awakd music ceases lorenzo that is the voice or i am much deceivd of portia portia he knows me as the blind man knows the cuckoo by the bad voice lorenzo dear lady welcome home portia we have been praying for our husbands welfare which speed we hope the better for our words are they returnd lorenzo madam they are not yet but there is come a messenger before to signify their coming portia go in nerissa give order to my servants that they take no note at all of our being absent hence nor you lorenzo jessica nor you a tucket sounds lorenzo your husband is at h…

The Merchant Of Venice

… a hoop of gold a paltry ring that she did give me whose posy was for all the world like cutlers poetry upon a knife love me and leave me not nerissa what talk you of the posy or the value you swore to me when i did give it you that you would wear it till your hour of death and that it should lie with you in your grave though not for me yet for your vehement oaths you should have been respective and have kept it gave it a judges clerk no gods my judge the clerk will neer wear hair ons face that had it gratiano he will an if he live to be a man nerissa ay if a woman live to be a man gratiano now by this hand i gave it to a youth a kind of boy a little scrubbed boy no higher than thyself the judges clerk a prating boy that beggd it as a fee i cou…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…y master i doubt he be not well that he comes not home singing and down down adown a etc enter doctor caius caius vat is you sing i do not like des toys pray you go and vetch me in my closet un boitier vert a box a green a box do intend vat i speak a green a box quickly ay forsooth ill fetch it you aside i am glad he went not in himself if he had found the young man he would have been horn mad caius fe fe fe fe ma foi il fait fort chaud je men vais a la cour la grande affaire quickly is it this sir caius oui mette le au mon pocket depeche quickly vere is dat knave rugby quickly what john rugby john rugby here sir caius you are john rugby and you are jack rugby come take a your rapier and come after my heel to the court rugby tis ready sir here …

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…d i have a disguise to sound falstaff if i find her honest i lose not my labour if she be otherwise tis labour well bestowed exit scene a room in the garter inn enter falstaff and pistol falstaff i will not lend thee a penny pistol i will retort the sum in equipage falstaff not a penny pistol why then the worlds mine oyster which i with sword will open falstaff not a penny i have been content sir you should lay my countenance to pawn i have grated upon my good friends for three reprieves for you and your coach fellow nym or else you had lookd through the grate like a geminy of baboons i am damnd in hell for swearing to gentlemen my friends you were good soldiers and tall fellows and when mistress bridget lost the handle of her fan i took t upon…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…nd i have a bag of money here troubles me if you will help to bear it sir john take all or half for easing me of the carriage falstaff sir i know not how i may deserve to be your porter ford i will tell you sir if you will give me the hearing falstaff speak good master brook i shall be glad to be your servant ford sir i hear you are a scholar i will be brief with you and you have been a man long known to me though i had never so good means as desire to make myself acquainted with you i shall discover a thing to you wherein i must very much lay open mine own imperfection but good sir john as you have one eye upon my follies as you hear them unfolded turn another into the register of your own that i may pass with a reproof the easier sith you you…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…ogues slighted me into the river with as little remorse as they would have drownd a blind bitchs puppies fifteen i th litter and you may know by my size that i have a kind of alacrity in sinking if the bottom were as deep as hell i should down i had been drownd but that the shore was shelvy and shallow a death that i abhor for the water swells a man and what a thing should i have been when had been swelld i should have been a mountain of mummy re enter bardolph with sack bardolph heres mistress quickly sir to speak with you falstaff come let me pour in some sack to the thames water for my bellys as cold as if i had swallowd snowballs for pills to cool the reins call her in bardolph come in woman enter mistress quickly quickly by your leave i cr…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

… little remorse as they would have drownd a blind bitchs puppies fifteen i th litter and you may know by my size that i have a kind of alacrity in sinking if the bottom were as deep as hell i should down i had been drownd but that the shore was shelvy and shallow a death that i abhor for the water swells a man and what a thing should i have been when had been swelld i should have been a mountain of mummy re enter bardolph with sack bardolph heres mistress quickly sir to speak with you falstaff come let me pour in some sack to the thames water for my bellys as cold as if i had swallowd snowballs for pills to cool the reins call her in bardolph come in woman enter mistress quickly quickly by your leave i cry you mercy give your worship good morro…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…i was more than half stewd in grease like a dutch dish to be thrown into the thames and coold glowing hot in that surge like a horse shoe think of that hissing hot think of that master brook ford in good sadness sir i am sorry that for my sake you have sufferd all this my suit then is desperate youll undertake her no more falstaff master brook i will be thrown into etna as i have been into thames ere i will leave her thus her husband is this morning gone a birding i have received from her another embassy of meeting twixt eight and nine is the hour master brook ford tis past eight already sir falstaff is it i will then address me to my appointment come to me at your convenient leisure and you shall know how i speed and the conclusion shall be cr…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…lemma caius i cannot tell vat is dat but it is tell a me dat you make grand preparation for a duke de jamany by my trot dere is no duke that the court is know to come i tell you for good will adieu exit host hue and cry villain go assist me knight i am undone fly run hue and cry villain i am undone exeunt host and bardolph falstaff i would all the world might be cozend for i have been cozend and beaten too if it should come to the car of the court how i have been transformed and how my transformation hath been washd and cudgelld they would melt me out of my fat drop by drop and liquor fishermens boots with me i warrant they would whip me with their fine wits till i were as crestfalln as a dried pear i never prosperd since i forswore myself at p…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…aration for a duke de jamany by my trot dere is no duke that the court is know to come i tell you for good will adieu exit host hue and cry villain go assist me knight i am undone fly run hue and cry villain i am undone exeunt host and bardolph falstaff i would all the world might be cozend for i have been cozend and beaten too if it should come to the car of the court how i have been transformed and how my transformation hath been washd and cudgelld they would melt me out of my fat drop by drop and liquor fishermens boots with me i warrant they would whip me with their fine wits till i were as crestfalln as a dried pear i never prosperd since i forswore myself at primero well if my wind were but long enough to say my prayers would repent enter…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…s and sack and wine and metheglins and to drinkings and swearings and starings pribbles and prabbles falstaff well i am your theme you have the start of me i am dejected i am not able to answer the welsh flannel ignorance itself is a plummet oer me use me as you will ford marry sir well bring you to windsor to one master brook that you have cozend of money to whom you should have been a pander over and above that you have sufferd i think to repay that money will be a biting affliction page yet be cheerful knight thou shalt eat a posset tonight at my house where i will desire thee to laugh at my wife that now laughs at thee tell her master slender hath married her daughter mrs page aside doctors doubt that if anne page be my daughter she is by t…

A Midsummer Nights Dream

… i assure you the wall is down that parted their fathers will it please you to see the epilogue or to hear a bergomask dance between two of our company theseus no epilogue i pray you for your play needs no excuse never excuse for when the players are all dead there need none to be blamed marry if he that writ it had played pyramus and hangd himself in thisbys garter it would have been a fine tragedy and so it is truly and very notably dischargd but come your bergomask let your epilogue alone a dance the iron tongue of midnight hath told twelve lovers to bed tis almost fairy time i fear we shall out sleep the coming morn as much as we this night have overwatchd this palpable gross play hath well beguild the heavy gait of night sweet friends to b…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…e disdain should die while she hath such meet food to feed it as signior benedick courtesy itself must convert to disdain if you come in her presence bene then is courtesy a turncoat but it is certain i am loved of all ladies only you excepted and i would i could find in my heart that i had not a hard heart for truly i love none beat a dear happiness to women they would else have been troubled with a pernicious suitor i thank god and my cold blood i am of your humour for that i had rather hear my dog bark at a crow than a man swear he loves me bene god keep your ladyship still in that mind so some gentleman or other shall scape a predestinate scratchd face beat scratching could not make it worse an twere such a face as yours were bene well you …

S Much Ado About Nothing

…oat and forbid him to wear it i will only be bold with benedick for his company for from the crown of his head to the sole of his foot he is all mirth he hath twice or thrice cut cupids bowstring and the little hangman dare not shoot at him he hath a heart as sound as a bell and his tongue is the clapper for what his heart thinks his tongue speaks bene gallants i am not as i have been leon so say i methinks you are sadder claud i hope he be in love pedro hang him truant theres no true drop of blood in him to be truly touchd with love if he be sad he wants money bene i have the toothache pedro draw it bene hang it claud you must hang it first and draw it afterwards pedro what sigh for the toothache leon where is but a humour or a worm bene well …

S Much Ado About Nothing

…o true man and for such kind of men the less you meddle or make with them why the more your honesty watch if we know him to be a thief shall we not lay hands on him dog truly by your office you may but i think they that touch pitch will be defild the most peaceable way for you if you do take a thief is to let him show himself what he is and steal out of your company verg you have been always called a merciful man partner dog truly i would not hang a dog by my will much more a man who hath any honesty in him verg if you hear a child cry in the night you must call to the nurse and bid her still it watch how if the nurse be asleep and will not hear us dog why then depart in peace and let the child wake her with crying for the ewe that will not hea…

S Much Ado About Nothing

… us will smart for it exeunt ambo enter benedick pedro see see here comes the man we went to seek claud now signior what news bene good day my lord pedro welcome signior you are almost come to part almost a fray claud we had likd to have had our two noses snappd off with two old men without teeth pedro leonato and his brother what thinkst thou had we fought i doubt we should have been too young for them bene in a false quarrel there is no true valour i came to seek you both claud we have been up and down to seek thee for we are high proof melancholy and would fain have it beaten away wilt thou use thy wit bene it is in my scabbard shall i draw it pedro dost thou wear thy wit by thy side claud never any did so though very many have been beside t…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…gnior what news bene good day my lord pedro welcome signior you are almost come to part almost a fray claud we had likd to have had our two noses snappd off with two old men without teeth pedro leonato and his brother what thinkst thou had we fought i doubt we should have been too young for them bene in a false quarrel there is no true valour i came to seek you both claud we have been up and down to seek thee for we are high proof melancholy and would fain have it beaten away wilt thou use thy wit bene it is in my scabbard shall i draw it pedro dost thou wear thy wit by thy side claud never any did so though very many have been beside their wit i will bid thee draw as we do the minstrel draw to pleasure us pedro as i am an honest man he looks p…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…t i doubt we should have been too young for them bene in a false quarrel there is no true valour i came to seek you both claud we have been up and down to seek thee for we are high proof melancholy and would fain have it beaten away wilt thou use thy wit bene it is in my scabbard shall i draw it pedro dost thou wear thy wit by thy side claud never any did so though very many have been beside their wit i will bid thee draw as we do the minstrel draw to pleasure us pedro as i am an honest man he looks pale art thou sick or angry claud what courage man what though care killd a cat thou hast mettle enough in thee to kill care bene sir i shall meet your wit in the career an you charge it against me i pray you choose another subject claud nay then gi…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…mazement can i qualify when after that the holy rites are ended ill tell you largely of fair heros death meantime let wonder seem familiar and to the chapel let us presently bene soft and fair friar which is beatrice beat unmasks i answer to that name what is your will bene do not you love me beat why no no more than reason bene why then your uncle and the prince and claudio have been deceived for they swore you did beat do not you love me bene troth no no more than reason beat why then my cousin margaret and ursula are much deceivd for they did swear you did bene they swore that you were almost sick for me beat they swore that you were well nigh dead for me bene tis no such matter then you do not love me beat no truly but in friendly recompens…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…he mere prattle without practice is all his soldiership but he sir had the election and i of whom his eyes had seen the proof at rhodes at cyprus and on other grounds christian and heathen must be beleed and calmd by debitor and creditor this counter caster he in good time must his lieutenant be and i god bless the mark his moorships ancient roderigo by heaven i rather would have been his hangman iago why theres no remedy tis the curse of service preferment goes by letter and affection and not by old gradation where each second stood heir to the first now sir be judge yourself whether i in any just term am affined to love the moor roderigo i would not follow him then iago o sir content you i follow him to serve my turn upon him we cannot all be…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…ws cassio the duke does greet you general and he requires your haste post haste appearance even on the instant othello what is the matter think you cassio something from cyprus as i may divine it is a business of some heat the galleys have sent a dozen sequent messengers this very night at one anothers heels and many of the consuls raised and met are at the dukes already you have been hotly calld for when being not at your lodging to be found the senate hath sent about three several quests to search you out othello tis well i am found by you i will but spend a word here in the house and go with you exit cassio ancient what makes he here iago faith he tonight hath boarded a land carack if it prove lawful prize hes made forever cassio i do not un…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…he repeals him for her bodys lust and by how much she strives to do him good she shall undo her credit with the moor so will i turn her virtue into pitch and out of her own goodness make the net that shall enmesh them all enter roderigo how now roderigo roderigo i do follow here in the chase not like a hound that hunts but one that fills up the cry my money is almost spent i have been tonight exceedingly well cudgeled and i think the issue will be i shall have so much experience for my pains and so with no money at all and a little more wit return again to venice iago how poor are they that have not patience what wound did ever heal but by degrees thou knowst we work by wit and not by witchcraft and wit depends on dilatory time doest not go wel…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

… unfit for mine own purposes desdemona well do your discretion exit cassio iago ha i like not that othello what dost thou say iago nothing my lord or if i know not what othello was not that cassio parted from my wife iago cassio my lord no sure i cannot think it that he would steal away so guilty like seeing you coming othello i do believe twas he desdemona how now my lord i have been talking with a suitor here a man that languishes in your displeasure othello who ist you mean desdemona why your lieutenant cassio good my lord if i have any grace or power to move you his present reconciliation take for if he be not one that truly loves you that errs in ignorance and not in cunning i have no judgement in an honest face i prithee call him back oth…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…ll you give me now for that same handkerchief iago what handkerchief emilia what handkerchief why that the moor first gave to desdemona that which so often you did bid me steal iago hast stoln it from her emilia no faith she let it drop by negligence and to the advantage i being here tookt up look here it is iago a good wench give it me emilia what will you do witht that you have been so earnest to have me filch it iago snatching it why what is that to you emilia ift be not for some purpose of import givet me again poor lady shell run mad when she shall lack it iago be not acknown ont i have use for it go leave me exit emilia i will in cassios lodging lose this napkin and let him find it trifles light as air are to the jealous confirmations str…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

… the royal banner and all quality pride pomp and circumstance of glorious war and o you mortal engines whose rude throats the immortal joves dread clamors counterfeit farewell othellos occupations gone iago ist possible my lord othello villain be sure thou prove my love a whore be sure of it give me the ocular proof or by the worth of mans eternal soul thou hadst been better have been born a dog than answer my waked wrath iago ist come to this othello make me to seet or at the least so prove it that the probation bear no hinge nor loop to hang a doubt on or woe upon thy life iago my noble lord othello if thou dost slander her and torture me never pray more abandon all remorse on horrors head horrors accumulate do deeds to make heaven weep all e…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…my leg is cut in two iago marry heaven forbid light gentlemen ill bind it with my shirt enter bianca bianca what is the matter ho who ist that cried iago who ist that cried bianca o my dear cassio my sweet cassio o cassio cassio cassio iago o notable strumpet cassio may you suspect who they should be that have thus mangled you cassio no gratiano i am sorry to find you thus i have been to seek you iago lend me a garter so o for a chair to bear him easily hence bianca alas he faints o cassio cassio cassio iago gentlemen all i do suspect this trash to be a party in this injury patience awhile good cassio come come lend me a light know we this face or no alas my friend and my dear countryman roderigo no yes sure o heaven roderigo gratiano what of v…

King Richard The Second

…h but dead thy kingdom cannot buy my breath king richard thy son is banishd upon good advice whereto thy tongue a party verdict gave why at our justice seemst thou then to lour gaunt things sweet to taste prove in digestion sour you urgd me as a judge but i had rather you would have bid me argue like a father o had it been a stranger not my child to smooth his fault i should have been more mild a partial slander sought i to avoid and in the sentence my own life destroyd alas i lookd when some of you should say i was too strict to make mine own away but you gave leave to my unwilling tongue against my will to do myself this wrong king richard cousin farewell and uncle bid him so six years we banish him and he shall go flourish exit king with tra…

King Richard The Second

…e to the enemy is all unpossible green besides our nearness to the king in love is near the hate of those love not the king bagot and that is the wavering commons for their love lies in their purses and whoso empties them by so much fills their hearts with deadly hate bushy wherein the king stands generally condemnd bagot if judgment lie in them then so do we because we ever have been near the king green well i will for refuge straight to bristow castle the earl of wiltshire is already there bushy thither will i with you for little office will the hateful commons perform for us except eke curs to tear us all to pieces will you go along with us bagot no i will to ireland to his majesty farewell if hearts presages be not vain we three here part t…

King Richard The Second

… choose executors and talk of wills and yet not so for what can we bequeath save our deposed bodies to the ground our lands our lives and an are bolingbrokes and nothing can we can our own but death and that small model of the barren earth which serves as paste and cover to our bones for gods sake let us sit upon the ground and tell sad stories of the death of kings how some have been deposd some slain in war some haunted by the ghosts they have deposd some poisond by their wives some sleeping killd all murderd for within the hollow crown that rounds the mortal temples of a king keeps death his court and there the antic sits scoffing his state and grinning at his pomp allowing him a breath a little scene to monarchize be feard and kill with loo…

King Richard The Second

… some few private friends upon this coast northumberland the news is very fair and good my lord richard not far from hence hath hid his head york it would beseem the lord northumberland to say king richard alack the heavy day when such a sacred king should hide his head northumberland your grace mistakes only to be brief left i his title out york the time hath been would you have been so brief with him he would have been so brief with you to shorten you for taking so the head your whole heads length bolingbroke mistake not uncle further than you should york take not good cousin further than you should lest you mistake the heavens are over our heads bolingbroke i know it uncle and oppose not myself against their will but who comes here enter per…

King Richard The Second

…oast northumberland the news is very fair and good my lord richard not far from hence hath hid his head york it would beseem the lord northumberland to say king richard alack the heavy day when such a sacred king should hide his head northumberland your grace mistakes only to be brief left i his title out york the time hath been would you have been so brief with him he would have been so brief with you to shorten you for taking so the head your whole heads length bolingbroke mistake not uncle further than you should york take not good cousin further than you should lest you mistake the heavens are over our heads bolingbroke i know it uncle and oppose not myself against their will but who comes here enter percy welcome harry what will not this c…

King Richard The Second

…traitor and so die aumerle no good my lord lets fight with gentle words till time lend friends and friends their helpful swords king richard o god o god that eer this tongue of mine that laid the sentence of dread banishment on yon proud man should take it off again with words of sooth o that i were as great as is my grief or lesser than my name or that i could forget what i have been or not remember what i must be now swellst thou proud heart ill give thee scope to beat since foes have scope to beat both thee and me aumerle northumberland comes back from bolingbroke king richard what must the king do now must he submit the king shall do it must he be deposd the king shall be contented must he lose the name of king a gods name let it go ill giv…

King Richard The Second

…a dozen of them here have taen the sacrament and interchangeably set down their hands to kill the king at oxford duchess he shall be none well keep him here then what is that to him york away fond woman were he twenty times my son i would appeach him duchess hadst thou groand for him as i have done thou wouldst be more pitiful but now i know thy mind thou dost suspect that i have been disloyal to thy bed and that he is a bastard not thy son sweet york sweet husband be not of that mind he is as like thee as a man may be not like to me or any of my kin and yet i love him york make way unruly woman exit duchess after aumerle mount thee upon his horse spur post and get before him to the king and beg thy pardon ere he do accuse thee ill not be long …

King Richard The Second

… he spake it twice and urgd it twice together did he not servant he did exton and speaking it he wishtly lookd on me as who should say i would thou wert the man that would divorce this terror from my heart meaning the king at pomfret come lets go i am the kings friend and will rid his foe exeunt scene pomfret castle the dungeon of the castle enter king richard king richard i have been studying how i may compare this prison where i live unto the world and for because the world is populous and here is not a creature but myself i cannot do it yet ill hammer it out my brain ill prove the female to my soul my soul the father and these two beget a generation of still breeding thoughts and these same thoughts people this little world in humours like t…

King Richard III

…unto the trust of richard gloucester a man that loves not me nor none of you river is it concluded he shall be protector queen elizabeth it is determind not concluded yet but so it must be if the king miscarry enter buckingham and derby grey here come the lords of buckingham and derby buckingham good time of day unto your royal grace derby god make your majesty joyful as you have been queen elizabeth the countess richmond good my lord of derby to your good prayer will scarcely say amen yet derby notwithstanding shes your wife and loves not me be you good lord assurd i hate not you for her proud arrogance derby i do beseech you either not believe the envious slanders of her false accusers or if she be accusd on true report bear with her weakness…

King Richard III

… have need of you our brother is imprisond by your means myself disgracd and the nobility held in contempt while great promotions are daily given to ennoble those that scarce some two days since were worth a noble queen elizabeth by him that raisd me to this careful height from that contented hap which i enjoyd i never did incense his majesty against the duke of clarence but have been an earnest advocate to plead for him my lord you do me shameful injury falsely to draw me in these vile suspects gloucester you may deny that you were not the mean of my lord hastings late imprisonment rivers she may my lord for gloucester she may lord rivers why who knows not so she may do more sir than denying that she may help you to many fair preferments and t…

King Richard III

…roud adversaries a liberal rewarder of his friends to royalize his blood i spent mine own queen margaret ay and much better blood than his or thine gloucester in all which time you and your husband grey were factious for the house of lancaster and rivers so were you was not your husband in margarets battle at saint albans slain let me put in your minds if you forget what you have been ere this and what you are withal what i have been and what i am queen margaret a murdrous villain and so still thou art gloucester poor clarence did forsake his father warwick ay and forswore himself which jesu pardon queen margaret which god revenge gloucester to fight on edwards party for the crown and for his meed poor lord he is mewed up i would to god my hear…

King Richard III

… to royalize his blood i spent mine own queen margaret ay and much better blood than his or thine gloucester in all which time you and your husband grey were factious for the house of lancaster and rivers so were you was not your husband in margarets battle at saint albans slain let me put in your minds if you forget what you have been ere this and what you are withal what i have been and what i am queen margaret a murdrous villain and so still thou art gloucester poor clarence did forsake his father warwick ay and forswore himself which jesu pardon queen margaret which god revenge gloucester to fight on edwards party for the crown and for his meed poor lord he is mewed up i would to god my heart were flint like edwards or edwards soft and piti…

King Richard III

… stabbing him take that and that if all this will not do ill drown you in the malmsey butt within exit with the body second murderer a bloody deed and desperately dispatchd how fain like pilate would i wash my hands of this most grievous murder re enter first murderer first murderer how now what meanst thou that thou helpst me not by heavens the duke shall know how slack you have been second murderer i would he knew that i had savd his brother take thou the fee and tell him what i say for i repent me that the duke is slain exit first murderer so do not i go coward as thou art well ill go hide the body in some hole till that the duke give order for his burial and when i have my meed i will away for this will out and then i must not stay exit act…

King Richard III

… truly swear the like king edward take heed you dally not before your king lest he that is the supreme king of kings confound your hidden falsehood and award either of you to be the others end hastings so prosper i as i swear perfect love rivers and i as i love hastings with my heart king edward madam yourself is not exempt from this nor you son dorset buckingham nor you you have been factious one against the other wife love lord hastings let him kiss your hand and what you do do it unfeignedly queen elizabeth there hastings i will never more remember our former hatred so thrive i and mine king edward dorset embrace him hastings love lord marquis dorset this interchange of love i here protest upon my part shall be inviolable hastings and so swe…

King Richard III

… so much race to put it in my mind but when your carters or your waiting vassals have done a drunken slaughter and defacd the precious image of our dear redeemer you straight are on your knees for pardon pardon and i unjustly too must grant it you derby rises but for my brother not a man would speak nor i ungracious speak unto myself for him poor soul the proudest of you all have been beholding to him in his life yet none of you would once beg for his life o god i fear thy justice will take hold on me and you and mine and yours for this come hastings help me to my closet ah poor clarence exeunt some with king and queen gloucester this is the fruits of rashness markd you not how that the guilty kindred of the queen lookd pale when they did hear …

King Richard III

…ess i hope he is but yet let mothers doubt york now by my troth if i had been remembred i could have given my uncles grace a flout to touch his growth nearer than he touchd mine duchess how my young york i prithee let me hear it york marry they say my uncle grew so fast that he could gnaw a crust at two hours old twas full two years ere i could get a tooth grandam this would have been a biting jest duchess i prithee pretty york who told thee this york grandam his nurse duchess his nurse why she was dead ere thou wast born york if twere not she i cannot tell who told me queen elizabeth a parlous boy go to you are too shrewd archbishop good madam be not angry with the child queen elizabeth pitchers have ears enter a messenger archbishop here come…

King Richard III

…ut from my shoulders before ill see the crown so foul misplacd but canst thou guess that he doth aim at it catesby ay on my life and hopes to find you forward upon his party for the gain thereof and thereupon he sends you this good news that this same very day your enemies the kindred of the queen must die at pomfret hastings indeed i am no mourner for that news because they have been still my adversaries but that ill give my voice on richards side to bar my masters heirs in true descent god knows i will not do it to the death catesby god keep your lordship in that gracious mind hastings but i shall laugh at this a twelve month hence that they which brought me in my masters hate i live to look upon their tragedy well catesby ere a fortnight mak…

King Richard III

… well but for his purpose in the coronation i have not sounded him nor he deliverd his gracious pleasure any way therein but you my honourable lords may name the time and in the dukes behalf ill give my voice which i presume hell take in gentle part enter gloucester bishop of ely in happy time here comes the duke himself gloucester my noble lords and cousins an good morrow i have been long a sleeper but i trust my absence doth neglect no great design which by my presence might have been concluded buckingham had you not come upon your cue my lord william lord hastings had pronouncd your part i mean your voice for crowning of the king gloucester than my lord hastings no man might be bolder his lordship knows me well and loves me well my lord of e…

King Richard III

… any way therein but you my honourable lords may name the time and in the dukes behalf ill give my voice which i presume hell take in gentle part enter gloucester bishop of ely in happy time here comes the duke himself gloucester my noble lords and cousins an good morrow i have been long a sleeper but i trust my absence doth neglect no great design which by my presence might have been concluded buckingham had you not come upon your cue my lord william lord hastings had pronouncd your part i mean your voice for crowning of the king gloucester than my lord hastings no man might be bolder his lordship knows me well and loves me well my lord of ely when i was last in holborn i saw good strawberries in your garden there i do beseech you send for som…

King Richard III

…ghts i tender not thy beauteous princely daughter in her consists my happiness and thine without her follows to myself and thee herself the land and many a christian soul death desolation ruin and decay it cannot be avoided but by this it will not be avoided but by this therefore dear mother i must call you so be the attorney of my love to her plead what i will be not what i have been not my deserts but what i will deserve urge the necessity and state of times and be not peevish fond in great designs queen elizabeth shall i be tempted of the devil thus king richard ay if the devil tempt you to do good queen elizabeth shall i forget myself to be myself king richard ay if your selfs remembrance wrong yourself queen elizabeth yet thou didst kill m…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

… laughs o gentle romeo if thou dost love pronounce it faithfully or if thou thinkest i am too quickly won ill frown and be perverse and say thee nay so thou wilt woo but else not for the world in truth fair montague i am too fond and therefore thou mayst think my haviour light but trust me gentleman ill prove more true than those that have more cunning to be strange i should have been more strange i must confess but that thou overheardst ere i was ware my true love passion therefore pardon me and not impute this yielding to light love which the dark night hath so discovered rom lady by yonder blessed moon i swear that tips with silver all these fruit tree tops jul o swear not by the moon th inconstant moon that monthly changes in her circled or…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

…d with some distemprature or if not so then here i hit it right our romeo hath not been in bed to night rom that last is true the sweeter rest was mine friar god pardon sin wast thou with rosaline rom with rosaline my ghostly father no i have forgot that name and that names woe friar thats my good son but where hast thou been then rom ill tell thee ere thou ask it me again i have been feasting with mine enemy where on a sudden one hath wounded me thats by me wounded both our remedies within thy help and holy physic lies i bear no hatred blessed man for lo my intercession likewise steads my foe friar be plain good son and homely in thy drift riddling confession finds but riddling shrift rom then plainly know my hearts dear love is set on the fai…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

…onth nurse an a speak anything against me ill take him down an a were lustier than he is and twenty such jacks and if i cannot ill find those that shall scurvy knave i am none of his flirt gills i am none of his skains mates and thou must stand by too and suffer every knave to use me at his pleasure peter i saw no man use you at his pleasure if i had my weapon should quickly have been out i warrant you i dare draw as soon as another man if i see occasion in a good quarrel and the law on my side nurse now afore god i am so vexed that every part about me quivers scurvy knave pray you sir a word and as i told you my young lady bid me enquire you out what she bid me say i will keep to myself but first let me tell ye if ye should lead her into a foo…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

… it were a grief so brief to part with thee farewell exeunt scene iv capulets house enter old capulet his wife and paris cap things have falln out sir so unluckily that we have had no time to move our daughter look you she lovd her kinsman tybalt dearly and so did i well we were born to die tis very late shell not come down to night i promise you but for your company i would have been abed an hour ago par these times of woe afford no tune to woo madam good night commend me to your daughter lady i will and know her mind early to morrow to night shes mewd up to her heaviness cap sir paris i will make a desperate tender of my childs love i think she will be ruld in all respects by me nay more i doubt it not wife go you to her ere you go to bed acq…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

…the pastry enter old capulet cap come stir stir stir the second cock hath crowd the curfew bell hath rung tis three oclock look to the bakd meats good angelica spare not for cost nurse go you cot quean go get you to bed faith youll be sick to morrow for this nights watching cap no not a whit what i have watchd ere now all night for lesser cause and neer been sick lady ay you have been a mouse hunt in your time but i will watch you from such watching now exeunt lady and nurse cap a jealous hood a jealous hood enter three or four fellows with spits and logs and baskets what is there now fellow fellow things for the cook sir but i know not what cap make haste make haste exit fellow sirrah fetch drier logs call peter he will show thee where they ar…

The Taming Of The Shrew

…ee i hear i speak i smell sweet savours and i feel soft things upon my life i am a lord indeed and not a tinker nor christopher sly well bring our lady hither to our sight and once again a pot o th smallest ale second servant willt please your mightiness to wash your hands o how we joy to see your wit restord o that once more you knew but what you are these fifteen years you have been in a dream or when you wakd so wakd as if you slept sly these fifteen years by my fay a goodly nap but did i never speak of all that time first servant o yes my lord but very idle words for though you lay here in this goodly chamber yet would you say ye were beaten out of door and rail upon the hostess of the house and say you would present her at the leet because…

The Taming Of The Shrew

…ta i know him well you are welcome for his sake gremio saving your tale petruchio i pray let us that are poor petitioners speak too bacare you are marvellous forward petruchio o pardon me signior gremio i would fain be doing gremio i doubt it not sir but you will curse your wooing neighbour this is a gift very grateful i am sure of it to express the like kindness myself that have been more kindly beholding to you than any freely give unto you this young scholar presenting lucentio that hath been long studying at rheims as cunning in greek latin and other languages as the other in music and mathematics his name is cambio pray accept his service baptista a thousand thanks signior gremio welcome good cambio to tranio but gentle sir methinks you wa…

The Taming Of The Shrew

… now for my life the knave doth court my love pedascule ill watch you better yet bianca in time i may believe yet i mistrust lucentio mistrust it not for sure aeacides was ajax calld so from his grandfather bianca i must believe my master else i promise you i should be arguing still upon that doubt but let it rest now licio to you good master take it not unkindly pray that i have been thus pleasant with you both hortensio to lucentio you may go walk and give me leave awhile my lessons make no music in three parts lucentio are you so formal sir well i must wait aside and watch withal for but i be deceivd our fine musician groweth amorous hortensio madam before you touch the instrument to learn the order of my fingering i must begin with rudiment…

The Taming Of The Shrew

…o why is it not news to hear of petruchios coming baptista is he come biondello why no sir baptista what then biondello he is coming baptista when will he be here biondello when he stands where i am and sees you there tranio but say what to thine old news biondello why petruchio is coming in a new hat and an old jerkin a pair of old breeches thrice turnd a pair of boots that have been candle cases one buckled another lacd an old rusty sword taen out of the town armoury with a broken hilt and chapeless with two broken points his horse hippd with an old motley saddle and stirrups of no kindred besides possessd with the glanders and like to mose in the chine troubled with the lampass infected with the fashions full of windgalls sped with spavins r…

The Taming Of The Shrew

…na young budding virgin fair and fresh and sweet whither away or where is thy abode happy the parents of so fair a child happier the man whom favourable stars allots thee for his lovely bed fellow petruchio why how now kate i hope thou art not mad this is a man old wrinkled faded withered and not a maiden as thou sayst he is katherina pardon old father my mistaking eyes that have been so bedazzled with the sun that everything i look on seemeth green now i perceive thou art a reverend father pardon i pray thee for my mad mistaking petruchio do good old grandsire and withal make known which way thou travellest if along with us we shall be joyful of thy company vincentio fair sir and you my merry mistress that with your strange encounter much amaz…

Tempest

…rment trouble wonder and amazement inhabits here some heavenly power guide us out of this fearful country prospero behold sir king the wronged duke of milan prospero for more assurance that a living prince does now speak to thee i embrace thy body and to thee and thy company i bid a hearty welcome alonso wheer thou best he or no or some enchanted trifle to abuse me as late i have been i not know thy pulse beats as of flesh and blood and since i saw thee th affliction of my mind amends with which i fear a madness held me this must crave an if this be at all a most strange story thy dukedom i resign and do entreat thou pardon me my wrongs but how should prospero be living and be here prospero first noble friend let me embrace thine age whose hono…

Tempest

…ey were living both in naples the king and queen there that they were i wish myself were mudded in that oozy bed where my son lies when did you lose your daughter prospero in this last tempest i perceive these lords at this encounter do so much admire that they devour their reason and scarce think their eyes do offices of truth their words are natural breath but howsoeer you have been justled from your senses know for certain that i am prospero and that very duke which was thrust forth of milan who most strangely upon this shore where you were wrecked was landed to be the lord ont no more yet of this for tis a chronicle of day by day not a relation for a breakfast nor befitting this first meeting welcome sir this cells my court here have i few …

Tempest

…ted with them to take my life two of these fellows you must know and own this thing of darkness i acknowledge mine caliban i shall be pinchd to death alonso is not this stephano my drunken butler sebastian he is drunk now where had he wine alonso and trinculo is reeling ripe where should they find this grand liquor that hath gilded em how camst thou in this pickle trinculo i have been in such a pickle since i saw you last that i fear me will never out of my bones i shall not fear fly blowing sebastian why how now stephano stephano o touch me not i am not stephano but a cramp prospero youd be king o the isle sirrah stephano i should have been a sore one then alonso pointing to caliban this is as strange a thing as eer i lookd on prospero he is a…

Tempest

… reeling ripe where should they find this grand liquor that hath gilded em how camst thou in this pickle trinculo i have been in such a pickle since i saw you last that i fear me will never out of my bones i shall not fear fly blowing sebastian why how now stephano stephano o touch me not i am not stephano but a cramp prospero youd be king o the isle sirrah stephano i should have been a sore one then alonso pointing to caliban this is as strange a thing as eer i lookd on prospero he is as disproportioned in his manners as in his shape go sirrah to my cell take with you your companions as you look to have my pardon trim it handsomely caliban ay that i will and ill be wise hereafter and seek for grace what a thrice double ass was i to take this d…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

…ian lord timon hear me speak timon freely good father old athenian thou hast a servant namd lucilius timon i have so what of him old athenian most noble timon call the man before thee timon attends he here or no lucilius lucilius here at your lordships service old athenian this fellow here lord timon this thy creature by night frequents my house i am a man that from my first have been inclind to thrift and my estate deserves an heir more raisd than one which holds a trencher timon well what further old athenian one only daughter have i no kin else on whom i may confer what i have got the maid is fair o th youngest for a bride and i have bred her at my dearest cost in qualities of the best this man of thine attempts her love i prithee noble lord…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

…end the interim and at length how goes our reckning timon to lacedaemon did my land extend flavius o my good lord the world is but a word were it all yours to give it in a breath how quickly were it gone timon you tell me true flavius if you suspect my husbandry or falsehood call me before th exactest auditors and set me on the proof so the gods bless me when all our offices have been oppressd with riotous feeders when our vaults have wept with drunken spilth of wine when every room hath blazd with lights and brayd with minstrelsy i have retird me to a wasteful cock and set mine eyes at flow timon prithee no more flavius heavens have i said the bounty of this lord how many prodigal bits have slaves and peasants this night englutted who is not l…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

…s and i am proud say that my occasions have found time to use em toward a supply of money let the request be fifty talents flaminius as you have said my lord exeunt servants flavius aside lord lucius and lucullus humh timon go you sir to the senators of whom even to the states best health i have deservd this hearing bid em send o th instant a thousand talents to me flavius i have been bold for that i knew it the most general way to them to use your signet and your name but they do shake their heads and i am here no richer in return timon ist true cant be flavius they answer in a joint and corporate voice that now they are at fall want treasure cannot do what they would are sorry you are honourable but yet they could have wishd they know not som…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…affy in thy uprightness and integrity and so i love and honour thee and thine thy noble brother titus and his sons and her to whom my thoughts are humbled all gracious lavinia romes rich ornament that i will here dismiss my loving friends and to my fortunes and the peoples favour commit my cause in balance to be weighd exeunt the soldiers of bassianus saturninus friends that have been thus forward in my right i thank you all and here dismiss you all and to the love and favour of my country commit myself my person and the cause exeunt the soldiers of saturninus rome be as just and gracious unto me as i am confident and kind to thee open the gates and let me in bassianus tribunes and me a poor competitor flourish they go up into the senate house …

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…e empire with these our late deceased emperors sons be candidatus then and put it on and help to set a head on headless rome titus a better head her glorious body fits than his that shakes for age and feebleness what should i don this robe and trouble you be chosen with proclamations to day to morrow yield up rule resign my life and set abroad new business for you all rome i have been thy soldier forty years and led my countrys strength successfully and buried one and twenty valiant sons knighted in field slain manfully in arms in right and service of their noble country give me a staff of honour for mine age but not a sceptre to control the world upright he held it lords that held it last marcus titus thou shalt obtain and ask the empery satur…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…ith hounds and horns and marcus titus the hunt is up the morn is bright and grey the fields are fragrant and the woods are green uncouple here and let us make a bay and wake the emperor and his lovely bride and rouse the prince and ring a hunters peal that all the court may echo with the noise sons let it be your charge as it is ours to attend the emperors person carefully i have been troubled in my sleep this night but dawning day new comfort hath inspird here a cry of hounds and wind horns in a peal then enter saturninus tamora bassianus lavinia chiron demetrius and their attendants many good morrows to your majesty madam to you as many and as good i promised your grace a hunters peal saturninus and you have rung it lustily my lords somewhat …

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…rd here a cry of hounds and wind horns in a peal then enter saturninus tamora bassianus lavinia chiron demetrius and their attendants many good morrows to your majesty madam to you as many and as good i promised your grace a hunters peal saturninus and you have rung it lustily my lords somewhat too early for new married ladies bassianus lavinia how say you lavinia i say no i have been broad awake two hours and more saturninus come on then horse and chariots let us have and to our sport to tamora madam now shall ye see our roman hunting marcus i have dogs my lord will rouse the proudest panther in the chase and climb the highest promontory top titus and i have horse will follow where the game makes way and run like swallows oer the plain demetri…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…d to gaze upon a ruinous monastery and as i earnestly did fix mine eye upon the wasted building suddenly i heard a child cry underneath a wall i made unto the noise when soon i heard the crying babe controlld with this discourse peace tawny slave half me and half thy dam did not thy hue bewray whose brat thou art had nature lent thee but thy mothers look villain thou mightst have been an emperor but where the bull and cow are both milk white they never do beget a coal black calf peace villain peace even thus he rates the babe for i must bear thee to a trusty goth who when he knows thou art the empress babe will hold thee dearly for thy mothers sake with this my weapon drawn i rushd upon him surprisd him suddenly and brought him hither to use as…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…ike thyself good murder stab him hes a murderer go thou with him and when it is thy hap to find another that is like to thee good rapine stab him he is a ravisher go thou with them and in the emperors court there is a queen attended by a moor well shalt thou know her by thine own proportion for up and down she doth resemble thee i pray thee do on them some violent death they have been violent to me and mine tamora well hast thou lessond us this shall we do but would it please thee good andronicus to send for lucius thy thrice valiant son who leads towards rome a band of warlike goths and bid him come and banquet at thy house when he is here even at thy solemn feast i will bring in the empress and her sons the emperor himself and all thy foes an…

The History Of Troilus And Cressida

…ngd in mass by the almighty sun shall dizzy with more clamour neptunes ear in his descent than shall my prompted sword falling on diomed thersites hell tickle it for his concupy troilus o cressid o false cressid false false false let all untruths stand by thy stained name and theyll seem glorious ulysses o contain yourself your passion draws ears hither enter aeneas aeneas i have been seeking you this hour my lord hector by this is arming him in troy ajax your guard stays to conduct you home troilus have with you prince my courteous lord adieu fairwell revolted fair and diomed stand fast and wear a castle on thy head ulysses ill bring you to the gates troilus accept distracted thanks exeunt troilus aeneas and ulysses thersites would i could mee…

The History Of Troilus And Cressida

…ctor hector yea troilus o well fought my youngest brother enter achilles achilles now do i see thee ha have at thee hector hector pause if thou wilt achilles i do disdain thy courtesy proud troyan be happy that my arms are out of use my rest and negligence befriends thee now but thou anon shalt hear of me again till when go seek thy fortune exit hector fare thee well i would have been much more a fresher man had i expected thee re enter troilus how now my brother troilus ajax hath taen aeneas shall it be no by the flame of yonder glorious heaven he shall not carry him ill be taen too or bring him off fate hear me what i say i reck not though thou end my life to day exit enter one in armour hector stand stand thou greek thou art a goodly mark no…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

… more favours to the counts servingman than ever she bestowd upon me i sawt i th orchard sir toby did she see thee the while old boy tell me that aguecheek as plain as i see you now fabian this was a great argument of love in her toward you aguecheek slight will you make an ass o me fabian i will prove it legitimate sir upon the oaths of judgment and reason sir toby and they have been grand jurymen since before noah was a sailor fabian she did show favour to the youth in your sight only to exasperate you to awake your dormouse valour to put fire in your heart and brimstone in your liver you should then have accosted her and with some excellent jests fire new from the mint you should have bangd the youth into dumbness this was lookd for at your …

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

…d as many lies as will lie in thy sheet of paper although the sheet were big enough for the bed of ware in england set em down go about it let there be gall enough in thy ink though thou write with a goose pen no matter about it aguecheek where shall i find you sir toby well call thee at the cubiculo go exit sir andrew fabian this is a dear manakin to you sir toby sir toby i have been dear to him lad some two thousand strong or so fabian we shall have a rare letter from him but youll not delivert sir toby never trust me then and by all means stir on the youth to an answer i think oxen and wainropes cannot hale them together for andrew if he were opend and you find so much blood in his liver as will clog the foot of a flea ill eat the rest of th…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

…surpd attire do not embrace me till each circumstance of place time fortune do cohere and jump that i am viola which to confirm ill bring you to a captain in this town where lie my maiden weeds by whose gentle help i was preservd to serve this noble count all the occurrence of my fortune since hath been between this lady and this lord sebastian to olivia so comes it lady you have been mistook but nature to her bias drew in that you would have been contracted to a maid nor are you therein by my life deceivd you are betrothd both to a maid and man duke be not amazd right noble is his blood if this be so as yet the glass seems true i shall have share in this most happy wreck to viola boy thou hast said to me a thousand times thou never shouldst lo…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

…ime fortune do cohere and jump that i am viola which to confirm ill bring you to a captain in this town where lie my maiden weeds by whose gentle help i was preservd to serve this noble count all the occurrence of my fortune since hath been between this lady and this lord sebastian to olivia so comes it lady you have been mistook but nature to her bias drew in that you would have been contracted to a maid nor are you therein by my life deceivd you are betrothd both to a maid and man duke be not amazd right noble is his blood if this be so as yet the glass seems true i shall have share in this most happy wreck to viola boy thou hast said to me a thousand times thou never shouldst love woman like to me viola and all those sayings will i overswear…

The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

…ere some to discover islands far away some to the studious universities for any or for all these exercises he said that proteus your son was meet and did request me to importune you to let him spend his time no more at home which would be great impeachment to his age in having known no travel in his youth antonio nor needst thou much importune me to that whereon this month i have been hammering i have considerd well his loss of time and how he cannot be a perfect man not being tried and tutord in the world experience is by industry achievd and perfected by the swift course of time then tell me whither were i best to send him panthino i think your lordship is not ignorant how his companion youthful valentine attends the emperor in his royal cour…

The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

…an valentine ay my good lord i know the gentleman to be of worth and worthy estimation and not without desert so well reputed duke hath he not a son valentine ay my good lord a son that well deserves the honour and regard of such a father duke you know him well valentine i knew him as myself for from our infancy we have conversd and spent our hours together and though myself have been an idle truant omitting the sweet benefit of time to clothe mine age with angel like perfection yet hath sir proteus for thats his name made use and fair advantage of his days his years but young but his experience old his head unmellowed but his judgment ripe and in a word for far behind his worth comes all the praises that i now bestow he is complete in feature …

The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

…seeming such a wife as your fair daughter cannot your grace win her to fancy him duke no trust me she is peevish sullen froward proud disobedient stubborn lacking duty neither regarding that she is my child nor fearing me as if i were her father and may i say to thee this pride of hers upon advice hath drawn my love from her and where i thought the remnant of mine age should have been cherishd by her childlike duty i now am full resolvd to take a wife and turn her out to who will take her in then let her beauty be her wedding dowr for me and my possessions she esteems not valentine what would your grace have me to do in this duke there is a lady in verona here whom i affect but she is nice and coy and nought esteems my aged eloquence now theref…

The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

… proteus already have i been false to valentine and now i must be as unjust to thurio under the colour of commending him i have access my own love to prefer but silvia is too fair too true too holy to be corrupted with my worthless gifts when i protest true loyalty to her she twits me with my falsehood to my friend when to her beauty i commend my vows she bids me think how i have been forsworn in breaking faith with julia whom i lovd and notwithstanding all her sudden quips the least whereof would quell a lovers hope yet spaniel like the more she spurns my love the more it grows and fawneth on her still enter thurio and musicians but here comes thurio now must we to her window and give some evening music to her ear thurio how now sir proteus ar…

The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

…ot give valentine aside how like a dream is this i see and hear love lend me patience to forbear awhile silvia o miserable unhappy that i am proteus unhappy were you madam ere i came but by my coming i have made you happy silvia by thy approach thou makst me most unhappy julia aside and me when he approacheth to your presence silvia had i been seized by a hungry lion i would have been a breakfast to the beast rather than have false proteus rescue me o heaven be judge how i love valentine whose lifes as tender to me as my soul and full as much for more there cannot be i do detest false perjurd proteus therefore be gone solicit me no more proteus what dangerous action stood it next to death would i not undergo for one calm look o tis the curse in…

The Winters Tale

…tanding instructs me and as mine honesty puts it to utterance camillo sicilia cannot show himself overkind to bohemia they were traind together in their childhoods and there rooted betwixt them then such an affection which cannot choose but branch now since their more mature dignities and royal necessities made separation of their society their encounters though not personal have been royally attorneyed with interchange of gifts letters loving embassies that they have seemd to be together though absent shook hands as over a vast and embracd as it were from the ends of opposed winds the heavens continue their loves archidamus i think there is not in the world either malice or matter to alter it you have an unspeakable comfort of your young princ…

The Winters Tale

… she holds up the neb the bill to him and arms her with the boldness of a wife to her allowing husband exeunt polixenes hermione and attendants gone already inch thick knee deep oer head and ears a forkd one go play boy play thy mother plays and i play too but so disgracd a part whose issue will hiss me to my grave contempt and clamour will be my knell go play boy play there have been or i am much deceivd cuckolds ere now and many a man there is even at this present now while i speak this holds his wife by th arm that little thinks she has been sluicd ins absence and his pond fishd by his next neighbour by sir smile his neighbour nay theres comfort int whiles other men have gates and those gates opend as mine against their will should all despa…

The Winters Tale

… here longer leontes ay but why camillo to satisfy your highness and the entreaties of our most gracious mistress leontes satisfy th entreaties of your mistress satisfy let that suffice i have trusted thee camillo with all the nearest things to my heart as well my chamber councils wherein priest like thou hast cleansd my bosom i from thee departed thy penitent reformd but we have been deceivd in thy integrity deceivd in that which seems so camillo be it forbid my lord leontes to bide upont thou art not honest or if thou inclinst that way thou art a coward which hoxes honesty behind restraining from course requird or else thou must be counted a servant grafted in my serious trust and therein negligent or else a fool that seest a game playd home …

The Winters Tale

…dear services past and to come that you do change this purpose which being so horrible so bloody must lead on to some foul issue we all kneel leontes i am a feather for each wind that blows shall i live on to see this bastard kneel and call me father better burn it now than curse it then but be it let it live it shall not neither to antigonus you sir come you hither you that have been so tenderly officious with lady margery your midwife there to save this bastards life for tis a bastard so sure as this beards grey what will you adventure to save this brats life antigonus anything my lord that my ability may undergo and nobleness impose at least thus much ill pawn the little blood which i have left to save the innocent anything possible leontes …

The Winters Tale

… poor thing condemnd to loss exit with the child leontes no ill not rear anothers issue enter a servant servant please your highness posts from those you sent to th oracle are come an hour since cleomenes and dion being well arrivd from delphos are both landed hasting to th court first lord so please you sir their speed hath been beyond account leontes twenty three days they have been absent tis good speed foretells the great apollo suddenly will have the truth of this appear prepare you lords summon a session that we may arraign our most disloyal lady for as she hath been publicly accusd so shall she have a just and open trial while she lives my heart will be a burden to me leave me and think upon my bidding exeunt act iii scene i sicilia on t…

The Winters Tale

…bring forth and in apollos name his oracle exeunt certain officers hermione the emperor of russia was my father o that he were alive and here beholding his daughters trial that he did but see the flatness of my misery yet with eyes of pity not revenge re enter officers with cleomenes and dion officer you here shall swear upon this sword of justice that you cleomenes and dion have been both at delphos and from thence have brought this seald up oracle by the hand deliverd of great apollos priest and that since then you have not dard to break the holy seal nor read the secrets int cleomenes dion all this we swear leontes break up the seals and read officer reads hermione is chaste polixenes blameless camillo a true subject leontes a jealous tyrant…

The Winters Tale

…hose things you found about her those secret things all but what she has with her this being done let the law go whistle i warrant you shepherd i will tell the king all every word yea and his sons pranks too who i may say is no honest man neither to his father nor to me to go about to make me the kings brother in law clown indeed brother in law was the farthest off you could have been to him and then your blood had been the dearer by i know how much an ounce autolycus aside very wisely puppies shepherd well let us to the king there is that in this fardel will make him scratch his beard autolycus aside i know not what impediment this complaint may be to the flight of my master clown pray heartily he be at palace autolycus aside though i am not n…

The Winters Tale

…my wifes in safety here where we are leontes the blessed gods purge all infection from our air whilst you do climate here you have a holy father a graceful gentleman against whose person so sacred as it is i have done sin for which the heavens taking angry note have left me issueless and your fathers blest as he from heaven merits it with you worthy his goodness what might i have been might i a son and daughter now have lookd on such goodly things as you enter a lord lord most noble sir that which i shall report will bear no credit were not the proof so nigh please you great sir bohemia greets you from himself by me desires you to attach his son who has his dignity and duty both cast off fled from his father from his hopes and with a shepherds …

The Winters Tale

…gentlemen born clown you are well met sir you denied to fight with me this other day because i was no gentleman born see you these clothes say you see them not and think me still no gentleman born you were best say these robes are not gentlemen born give me the lie do and try whether i am not now a gentleman born autolycus i know you are now sir a gentleman born clown ay and have been so any time these four hours shepherd and so have i boy clown so you have but i was a gentleman born before my father for the kings son took me by the hand and calld me brother and then the two kings calld my father brother and then the prince my brother and the princess my sister calld my father father and so we wept and there was the first gentleman like tears t…

A Lovers Complaint

…e by her side when he again desires her being sat her grievance with his hearing to divide if that from him there may be aught applied which may her suffering ecstasy assuage tis promised in the charity of age father she says though in me you behold the injury of many a blasting hour let it not tell your judgement i am old not age but sorrow over me hath power i might as yet have been a spreading flower fresh to myself if i had self applied love to myself and to no love beside but woe is me too early i attended a youthful suit it was to gain my grace o one by natures outwards so commended that maidens eyes stuck over all his face love lacked a dwelling and made him her place and when in his fair parts she did abide she was new lodged and newly …

A Lovers Complaint

…ts were gilded in his smiling knew vows were ever brokers to defiling thought characters and words merely but art and bastards of his foul adulterate heart and long upon these terms i held my city till thus he gan besiege me “gentle maid have of my suffering youth some feeling pity and be not of my holy vows afraid thats to ye sworn to none was ever said for feasts of love i have been called unto till now did neer invite nor never woo “all my offences that abroad you see are errors of the blood none of the mind love made them not with acture they may be where neither party is nor true nor kind they sought their shame that so their shame did find and so much less of shame in me remains by how much of me their reproach contains “among the many th…