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The name thou ow'st not; and hast put thyself
Fer. No, as I am a man.
Pro. [To Ferd.] Follow me.-
(He draws. i Mira. O dear father, Make not too rash a trial of him, for He's gentle, and not fearful. Pro. What, I says
620 My foot my tutor ?-Put thy sword up, traitor ; Who mak’st a shew, but dar'st not strike, thy con
Mira. Beseech you, father!
Mira. Sir, have pity ;
Mira. My affections
Pro. Come on; obey : [To FERDINAND] 649
Fer. So they are : My spirits, as in a dream, are all bound up. My father's loss, the weakness which I feel, The wreck of all my friends, or this man's threats, To whom I am subdu'd, are but light to me, Might I but through my prison once a day Behold this maid : all corners else o' the earth Let liberty make use of; space enough
650 Have I, in such a prison.
Pro. It works : -Come on. [To ARIEL.] Thou hast done well, fine Ariel !
Mira. Be of comfort;
Than he appears by speech; this is unwonted,
660 As mountain winds : but then exactly do All points of my command.
Ari. To the syllable.
A&t II. SCENE I.
Another Part of the Island. Enter ALONSO, SEBASTIAN,
ANTHONIO, GONZALO, ADRIAN, FRANCISCO, and others,
Alon. Pr’ythee, peace.
“ Seb. Look, he's winding up the watch of his wit; « by and by it will strike
“ Gon. Sir,
Tell. " Gon. When every grief is entertain'd, that's
offer'd, " Comes to the entertainer
Seb. A dollar. “ Gon. Dolour comes to him, indeed; you have spoken truer than you purpos’d.
“ Seb. You have taken it wiselier than I meant you " should.
“ Therefore,- my lord, → 56 Ant. Fie, what a spend-thrift is he of his tongue !
“ Alon. I pr’ythee, spare. “ Gon. Well, I have done : But yet “ Seb. He will be talking. “ Ant. Which of them, he, or Adrian, for a good wager, first begins to crow ?
30 “ Seb, The old cock. " Ant. The cockrel.
“ Seb. Done; the wager? ...“ Ant. A laughter, " Seb. A match. “ Adr. Though this island seem to be desert, “ Seb, Ha, ha, ha! “ Ant. So, you've pay'd. " Adr. Uninhabitable, and almost inaccessible, “ Seb. Yet, “ Adr. Yet" Ant. He could not miss't,
“ Adr. It must needs bę of subtle, tender, and de. "licate temperance.
“ Ant. Temperance was a delicate wench.
“ Seb. Ay, and a subtle; as he most learnedly dę. * liver'd. “ Adr. The air breathes upon us here most
sweetly, “ Seb. As if it had lungs, and rotten ones. “ Ant. Or, as 'twere perfuın'd by a fen. 50 « Gon. Here is every thing advantageous to life. " Ant. True; save means to live. “ Seb. Of that there's none, or little, “ Gon. How lush and lusty the grass looks ? how
“ Ant. The ground, indeed, is tawny. “ Seb. With an eye of green in't. 66 Ant. He misses not much. "Seb. No; he doth but mistake the truth totally. « Gon. But the rarity of it is (which is, indeed, almost beyond credit)
60 “ Seb. As many vouch'd rarities are.
« Gon. That our garments, being, as they were, “ drench'd in the sea, hold notwithstanding their “ freshness, and glosses; being rather new dy'd, than " stain'd with salt water.
" Ant. If but one of his pockets could speak, “ would it not say, he lies ?
“ Seb. Ay, or very falsely pocket up his report."
Gon. Methinks, our garments are now as fresh as when we put them on first in Africk, at the marriage of the king's fair daughter Claribel to the king oí Tunis,
72 “ Scb.