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--go to :-very good :-_exceeding good.-O, give me always a little, lean, old, chopp'd, bald " shot. - Well faid, Wart; thou’rt a good scab : hold, there's a tester for thee.
Shal. He is not " his craft's master, he doth not do it right. I remember at Mile-end green (when I lay at Clement’s-inn, I' was then fir Dagoner in Arthur's show) there was a little P quiver fellow, and 'a would manage you his piece thus: and 'a would about, and about, and come you in, and come you in : rab, tab, tab, would 'a fay; bounce, would 'à say; and away again would 'a and again would 'a come ;-I shall never fee such a fellow.
Fal. These fellows will do well, master Shallow.-God keep you, master Silence; I will not use many words with you :-Fare you well, gentlemen both : I thank you: I must a dozen mile to-night.-Bardolph, give the foldiers coats.
Shal. Sir John, heaven bless you, and prosper your affairs, and send us peace! As you return, visit my
houfe; let our old acquaintance be renew'd : peradventure, I will with you
to the court. Fal. I would you would, master Shallow. Sbal. Go to; I have spoke, at a word. Fare you
(Exeunt Shallow, and Silence. Fal. Fare you well, gentle gentlemen.-On, Bardolph; lead the men away.--[Exeunt Bardolph, Recruits, &c.), As I return, I will fetch off these justices: I do see the bottom of justice Shallow. Lord, lord, how subject we old men are to this vice of lying! This fame starv'd justice hath done nothing but prate to me of the wildness of his
in pot)-hooter. n bis craft's master]-expert at his exercise.
• (when I lay at Clement’s-inn, I was then fir Dagonet in Arthur's pow)]-When I lived, was a student at Clement's-inn, and was so young as to be unfit to act any higher part, than that of King Artbar's fool or squire, in an interlude performed by the members of that fociety. p quiver)-nimble, active.
youth, and the feats he hath done about ?Turnbull-street; and every third word a lie, duer paid to the hearer than the Turk's tribute. I do remember him at Clement'sinn, like a man made after supper of a cheese-paring: when he was naked, he was, for all the world, like a fork'd radish, with a head fantastically carv'd upon it with a knife: he was ' so forlorn, that his dimensions to any thick sight were invisible: he was the very Genius of famine ; yet lecherous as a monkey, and the whores call'd him-mandrake: he came ever in the rear-ward of the fashion ; and sung those tunes to the 'over-scutcht hufwives, that he heard the carmen whistle, and sware-they were his "fancies, or his good-nights. And now is this * vice's dagger become a squire; and talks as familiarly of John of Gaunt, as if he had been sworn brother to him: and I'll be sworn he never saw him but once in the Tiltyard; and then he * burst his head, for crouding among the marshal's men. I saw it ; and told John of Gaunt, he
beat his own name : for you might have trufs'd him, and all his apparel, into an eel-skin; the case of a treble hautboy was a mansion for him, a court: and now hath he land and beeves. Well; I will be acquainted with him, if I return: and it shall go hard, but I will make him ?? philosopher's two stones to me: If the young dace be : bait for the old pike, I see no reason, in the law of nature, but I may snap at him. Let time thape, and there an end.
[Exeunt. Turnbull.freet;]-a noted resort of whores and bullies. so forlorn,)-such a contemptible figure, • invincible, -unattainable, out of the reach of. Over-fcutcbt bawices, ]-flogged, carted whores.
fancies, or bis good-nights. ]-)--lighe dicties, serenades. w vice's dagger]-of lath.
* bur/]-brake. You will not pay for the glasses you have burst.”
TAMING OF THE SHREW, Vol. II. p. 273. Huff. y beat his own name:)-a person so Nender, as might well bear that
RICHARD II. Vol. III. p. 390. Gaunt. ? a philofopher's two ftones to me :)--as valuable as two of them.
A CT IV..
SCEN E I.
A Forest in Yorkshire.
Enter the Archbishop of York, Mowbray, Hastings, and others.
York. What is this forest call'd?
York. Here stand, my lords; and send discoverers forth, To know the numbers of our enemies.
Haft. We have sent forth already.
York. 'Tis well done.
Mowb. Thus do the hopes we had in him touch ground, And dash themselves to pieces.
Enter a Messenger.
Mej. West of this forest, scarcely off a mile,
Mowb. The just proportion that we gave them out.
Weft. Health and fair greeting from our general,
peace; What doth concern your coming ?
West. Then, my lord,
— a fway on,)-ınarch, bend our steps ; alluding to the wary figure of an army in motion.
guardi di e'th roge;]-i!l guarded, under the wild control of passion.
“ Made good guard for itself."
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, A& IV. S. i. Mer. ca cicil peace), the solemn bonds of. + filter band nf peace harb roucb'd;]-peaceful age hath filver'd a'er.
white incestments)-the rochet. VOL. III.
Wherefore do you so ill translate yourself,
York. Wherefore do I this ?- so the question stands.
f greaves,]-armour for the legs ;-graves ;-glaives - Swords-aritAng your itudies for the pursuit of arms,