‘will pay ‘<br>

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‘will pay ‘, 9 letters

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Alls Well That Ends Well

…uess that by thy honest aid thou keptst a wife herself thyself a maid of that and all the progress more and less resolvedly more leisure shall express all yet seems well and if it end so meet the bitter past more welcome is the sweet flourish epilogue epilogue king the kings a beggar now the play is done all is well ended if this suit be won that you express content which we will pay with strife to please you day exceeding day ours be your patience then and yours our parts your gentle hands lend us and take our hearts exeunt omnes the tragedy of antony and cleopatra dramatis personae mark antony triumvirs octavius caesar ” m aemilius lepidus ” sextus pompeius ” domitius enobarbus friend to antony ventidius ” ” ” eros ” ” ” scarus ” ” ” dercet…

The Comedy Of Errors

…e so much money to warrant thee as i am rested for my wife is in a wayward mood to day and will not lightly trust the messenger that i should be attachd in ephesus i tell you twill sound harshly in her cars enter dromio of ephesus with a ropes end here comes my man i think he brings the money how now sir have you that i sent you for dromio of ephesus heres that i warrant you will pay them all antipholus of ephesus but wheres the money dromio of ephesus why sir i gave the money for the rope antipholus of ephesus five hundred ducats villain for rope dromio of ephesus ill serve you sir five hundred at the rate antipholus of ephesus to what end did i bid thee hie thee home dromio of ephesus to a ropes end sir and to that end am i returnd antipholus…

The Comedy Of Errors

… bind this man for he is frantic too they bind dromio adriana what wilt thou do thou peevish officer hast thou delight to see a wretched man do outrage and displeasure to himself officer he is my prisoner if i let him go the debt he owes will be requird of me adriana i will discharge thee ere i go from thee bear me forthwith unto his creditor and knowing how the debt grows i will pay it good master doctor see him safe conveyd home to my house o most unhappy day antipholus of ephesus o most unhappy strumpet dromio of ephesus master i am here entred in bond for you antipholus of ephesus out on thee villian wherefore dost thou mad me dromio of ephesus will you be bound for nothing be mad good master cry the devil luciana god help poor souls how id…

The Comedy Of Errors

… a reverend syracusian merchant who put unluckily into this bay against the laws and statutes of this town beheaded publicly for his offence angelo see where they come we will behold his death luciana kneel to the duke before he pass the abbey enter the duke attended aegeon bareheaded with the headsman and other officers duke yet once again proclaim it publicly if any friend will pay the sum for him he shall not die so much we tender him adriana justice most sacred duke against the abbess duke she is a virtuous and a reverend lady it cannot be that she hath done thee wrong adriana may it please your grace antipholus my husband who i made lord of me and all i had at your important letters this ill day a most outrageous fit of madness took him th…

Cymbeline

…ime and as i said there is no moe such caesars other of them may have crookd noses but to owe such straight arms none cymbeline son let your mother end cloten we have yet many among us can gripe as hard as cassibelan i do not say i am one but i have a hand why tribute why should we pay tribute if caesar can hide the sun from us with a blanket or put the moon in his pocket we will pay him tribute for light else sir no more tribute pray you now cymbeline you must know till the injurious romans did extort this tribute from us we were free caesars ambition which swelld so much that it did almost stretch the sides o th world against all colour here did put the yoke upons which to shake of becomes a warlike people whom we reckon ourselves to be clote…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…ve my uncle if his occulted guilt do not itself unkennel in one speech it is a damned ghost that we have seen and my imaginations are as foul as vulcans stithy give him heedful note for i mine eyes will rivet to his face and after we will both our judgments join in censure of his seeming hor well my lord if he steal aught the whilst this play is playing and scape detecting i will pay the theft sound a flourish enter trumpets and kettledrums danish march enter king queen polonius ophelia rosencrantz guildenstern and other lords attendant with the guard carrying torches ham they are coming to the play i must be idle get you a place king how fares our cousin hamlet ham excellent i faith of the chameleons dish i eat the air promise crammd you canno…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…the venture be it known to you as it is very well i was lately here in the end of a displeasing play to pray your patience for it and to promise you a better i meant indeed to pay you with this which if like an ill venture it come unluckily home i break and you my gentle creditors lose here i promisd you i would be and here i commit my body to your mercies bate me some and i will pay you some and as most debtors do promise you infinitely and so i kneel down before you but indeed to pray for the queen if my tongue cannot entreat you to acquit me will you command me to use my legs and yet that were but light payment to dance out of your debt but a good conscience will make any possible satisfaction and so would i all the gentlewomen here have for…

The Life Of King Henry The Fifth

…en coxcomb when you take occasions to see leeks hereafter i pray you mock at em that is all pistol good fluellen ay leeks is good hold you there is a groat to heal your pate pistol me a groat fluellen yes verily and in truth you shall take it or i have another leek in my pocket which you shall eat pistol i take thy groat in earnest of revenge fluellen if i owe you anything i will pay you in cudgels you shall be a woodmonger and buy nothing of me but cudgels god bye you and keep you and heal your pate exit pistol all hell shall stir for this gower go go you are a couterfeit cowardly knave will you mock at an ancient tradition begun upon an honourable respect and worn as a memorable trophy of predeceased valour and dare not avouch in your deeds a…

A Midsummer Nights Dream

…f i could what should i get therefore hermia a privilege never to see me more and from thy hated presence part i so see me no more whether he be dead or no exit demetrius there is no following her in this fierce vein here therefore for a while i will remain so sorrows heaviness doth heavier grow for debt that bankrupt sleep doth sorrow owe which now in some slight measure it will pay if for his tender here i make some stay lies down oberon what hast thou done thou hast mistaken quite and laid the love juice on some true loves sight of thy misprision must perforce ensue some true love turnd and not a false turnd true puck then fate oer rules that one man holding troth a million fail confounding oath on oath oberon about the wood go swifter than …

Tempest

…here stand for you are spell stoppd holy gonzalo honourable man mine eyes evn sociable to the show of thine fall fellowly drops the charm dissolves apace and as the morning steals upon the night melting the darkness so their rising senses begin to chase the ignorant fumes that mantle their clearer reason o good gonzalo my true preserver and a loyal sir to him thou followst i will pay thy graces home both in word and deed most cruelly didst thou alonso use me and my daughter thy brother was a furtherer in the act thou art pinchd fort now sebastian flesh and blood you brother mine that entertaind ambition expelld remorse and nature who with sebastian whose inward pinches therefore are most strong would here have killd your king i do forgive thee …