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hyd away. . The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 183 Than, by concealing it, heap on your head listen A pack of forrows, which would press-you down, If unprevented, to your timeless grave, vor sit
Duke. Protheus, I thank thee for thine honest care's Which to requite, command me while I lives y Haply, when they have judged me faft alleep TOT And oftentimes Havé purpos d' to forbido minut OT Sir Valentine her company, and my Coutts d'ER? !A But, fearing left my jealous' aim might err, 100 V And so unworthily disgrace the man, isi ati ,
VO (A rafhness, that I ever yet have fhunnid ;) 900 Fgave him gentle looks, thereby to find us I That
haft difclos’d me.
be Pro. Know, noble Lord, have devised a mean: How he her chamber-window will ascend, And with a corded ladder fetch her down; For which the youthful lover now is gone, And this way comes he with it presently a ww Where, if it please you, you may intercept him." But, good my Lord, do it so cunningly, i si el That my discov'ry be not aimed at ; For love of you, not hate
my friend, Hath made me publisher of this pretence. 304
Duke Upon mine honour, he hall never know That I had any light from thee of this. 919 VI Pro. Adieu, my Lord: Sir Valentine is coming
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Val. Please it your Grace, there is a meffengerie That stays to bear my letters to my friends, htcow ? And I am going to deliver them. YTL not curr Duke. Be they of much import?wn 1722 20 T
Val. The tenour of them doth but fignify wsculino My health, and happy, being at your Court. ny 9701"
Duke. Nay then, no matter; stay with me a while ; : Iam to break with thee of lome affairs, Jon ? That touch me near ; wherein thou must be secret.bike 'Tis not unknown to thee, that I have fought not 03 To match my friend, Sir Thurią to my daughter.si
Val. I know it well, my Lord; and, sure, the match
Duke. No, truft me; she is peevith, fullen, froward, 1
Val. What would your Grace have me to do in this
Duke. There is a Lady, Sir, in Milan bereid on
olivbe Val. Win her with gifts, if the respects not words;
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seos For scorn at firt makes after-love the more.nu 301 211 If she do frown,' tis not in hate of you, ya noism OT If lac do chide, 'tis not to have For why, the fools are mad if left alone. iv lo liut Take no repulce, whatever the doth fay; i 300229193 For, get you gone, the doth not mean away. y 1951.28.) Tho' ne'er fo black, fay, they have angels faces. buor? I with his tongue he cannot wir'a wotnan. go1189) 2013
Duke. But he I mean, is promis' by her friends br Unto a youthful Gentleman of worth, golube no
man hath access by day to her sad svodi bwana Val. Why then I would reført to her by night want I
Duke. Ay, but the doors be lock'd, and keys kept fafe, A That no man häth recourse to her by night. 13191 71T Val. What: lets, but one na
may enter at her window.por Duke. Her ehamber is aloft, far from the ground, , Without apparent hazard of his life. And
to) mos Val: Why then a ladder quaintly made of cords,? Doe To caft up, with a pair of anchoring hooks, 1911 on Would serve to scale another Hero's tower, 1 035 91101 107) So bold Leander would adventure ito noisi sdi 29bis
Duke. Now, as thou-art-a Gentleman of blood,s woll Advise me where I may have fuch a ladder. 351 yarador
Vak When would you use it ? pray, Sir, tell me that. Duke. This very night; for love is like a child, Thar longs for ev'ry thing that he can come byť
Val. By leven a clock ill get you fuch, a ladder.
Duke. But bark thee: I will go to her alone; bA nami How. Hall. I belt convey the ladder thither di said that .250
Val. It will be light, my Lord, that you may bear it Under a cloak that is of any length, .: 29999 98 Duke. A cloak as long as thine will serve the turn ty Vah. Ay, my good Lord.
2007 ng halos Duke. Then let me see thy cloak; got as ibot I'll get me one of such another length..
Val. Why, any cloak will serve the turn, my Lord
Duke. How fall. I falhion me to wear a cloak ? je I pray thee, let me feel thy cloak upon me, What letter is this same? what's here To Silvia ::'3 And here an engine fit for my proceeding? 6 I'll be so bold to break the seal for once. [Duķe reads “ My thoughts do harbour with my Silvia nightly:"T
“ And flaves they are to me, that send them flyingiu “ Oh, could their master come and go as lightly. 7oT
"" Himself would lodge, where senseless they are lying: “My herald thoughts in zhy pure bosom reft them, 137
" While I, their King, that thither them importanc. “Do curse the grace, that withsuch grace hath bleft them,
“ Because myself do want my fervant's fortune "I carse myself, for they are sent by me, 1x02 " That they fould harbour, where their lord would be. What's here ? Silvia, this night will I enfranchise thes : 'Tis fo; and here's the ladder for the purposes Why, Pbaëton, for thou art Meraps' son, ut o? mal Wilt thou aspire to guide the heav'nly car, ! i som And with thy daring folly burn the world? . Wilt thou reach stars, because they thine on thee) AT Go, base intruder! over-weening flave linia V.0.0 Bestow thy fawning smiles on equal mates; n l'l And think, my patience, more than thy, defert, 9 Js privilege for thy departure hence : 1901 st Thank me for this, more than for all the favoursa Which, all too much, I have bestow'd on theç.. But if thop linger in my territories to itsas) Longer than swiftest expedition Will give thee time to leave our royal Court, sunt By heav'n, my wrath shall far exceed the loves .074 Teyer bore my daughter of thyfelf: 1:2 Yu Want is 't brint .9d1075 1.071
The Two Gentlemen of VERONA, 187 Be gone, I will not hear thy vain excuse, But as thoa lov't thy life, make speed from hence. [Exit.
Val. And why not death, rather than living torment?
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toluisi pind: sir Vel. Nothing Laun. Can nothing speak ? master, fhall I Arike Pro. Whom wouldit thou ftrike Laun. Nothing. Pro. Vilajn, forbear... ? Laun. Why, Sir, I'll arike nothing's I pray you, Pro. I say, forbear: friend Valentine, a word