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And how doth my good as I think . cousin Silence ? Bard . Good morrow , honeft
gentlemen : I beSil . Good morrow , good cousin Shallow . feech you , which is
Juftice Shallow : Sbal . And how doth my cousin , your bed - fel Shal . I am Robert
Leave gormandizing ; know , the grave doth gape 2 Groom . The trumpets have
founded twice . For thee thrice wider than for other men :i Groom . It will be two o'
clock ere they come Reply not to me with a fool - born jeft ; from the coronation ...
For what doth cherish weeds , but gentle air ? K. Henry . Was ever king , so griev'
d for sub- And what makes robbers bold , but too much lenity ? jects ' woe ?
Bootless are plaints , and cureless are my wounds ; Much is your forrow ; mine ,
Know , Cæfar doth not wrong ; nor without cause Will he be satisfied . Ari . Hail ,
Caesar ! Read this scheduie . Dei . Trebonius doth desire you to oʻer - read , Met
. Is there no voice more worthy than my At your bett leisure , this his humble fuit .
Cap . So Thall you feel the loss , but not the And see how he will take it at your
hands Which you weep for . friend Enter Capulet , and Nurke . Ful . Feeling so the
loss , Cap . When the sun sets , the air doth drizzle I cannot choose but ever
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