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of Reynish Winc on the contrary Casket, for if the diuell bce within, and that temptation without, I know he will choose it. I will do any thing Nerissa,cre ile be married to a spunge.
Ner. You need not feare Lady, the hauing any of those Lords, they hauc acquainted me with their determinations, which is indeed to returne to their home, and to trouble you with no more fute,vndesse you may be won by some orher sort then
your fathers imposition, depending on the Caskers.
Por.If I liuc to be as olde as Sibilla, I will dic as chaste as Die ana, volesse I bec obtained by the manner of my fathers will: 1 am glad this parcell of
wooers are so reasonable for there is not one among them but I doue on his very absencc; & /pray God grant them a faire departure.
Ner.Do you not remember Lady in your fathers time, a Venetian Scholier and a Souldior that came hither in company of the Marquesíc of Mountferrat?
Poriia. Yos,yes,it was Baffanio, as I thinke he was so call'd.
Ner. True Maddam, he of all the inen that ever my foolihi
Enter a ferwingman.
Por.If I could bid the fift welcome, with so good a heart as I can bid the other foure farwell,? should be glad of his approch: if he haue the condition of a Saint, and the complection of a die uell, 7 had rather he should Ihriue me then wiue me. Come Nero, riffa, Girra go before: whiles we shur the gates vpon one wooct, another knocks at the doore.
Enter Anebania, Salaryno, and Salanio.
Nthonie. Insooth I know not why I am so fad,
made off, whereof it is borne,
That I haue much adoe to know my felfe.
Salarino. Your minde is tossing on the Ocean,
Salanio. Besecue me fir, had I such venture foorth,
Salah Mỹ vinde cooling toy brooks
great at fea, might do.
mc no: I thanke my fortune ferity
the fortune of this present yeare : Therefore my merchandize makes me not sad,
Salar. Then y'are in loue,
3.1/4r. Noc in love neither & Then let vs say you are sad,