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I saw him not these many years, and yet
Guid. He is but one ; you and my brother fearch
Exeunt Belarius and Arviragus.
Guid. A thing
Clot. Thou art a robber,
pot I. An arm as big as thine ? a heart as big? Thy words, I grant, are bigger : for I wear not: My dagger in my mouth. Say what thou art, Why I should yield, to thee?
Clot. Thou villain bale, Know'st me not by my cloaths ?
Guid. No, nor thy tailor, ralcalz : Who is thy grandfather; he made those cloaths," Which, as it seems, make thee.
Clot. Thou precious varlet! My tailor made them not..
Guid. Hence then, and thank The man that gave them thee. Thou art fome fool; . I'm loth to beat thee.
Clot. Thou injurious thief, -
Guid. What's thy name?
Guid. Cloten, then double villain be thy naipe, I cannot tremble at it; were it toad, adder, fpider 'Twould move me sooner.
Clot. To thy further fear,
Guid. I'm sorry for’t; not seeming.
Clot. Art not afraid ?
Guid. Those that I rev'rence, those I fear, the At fools I laugh, not fear then.
[wile, Glot. Die the death !. When I have sain thee with my proper hand, I'll follow those that even now fled hence, And on the gates of Lud's town set your heads. Yield, rustic mountaineer. [Fight, and exeunts
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Enter Belarius and Arviragus. Bel. No company's abroad. - Arv. None in the world; you did mistake him,
sure. Bel. I cannot tell : long is it since I saw him, But time hath nothing blurr'd'those lines of favours Which then he wore; the snatches in his voice, And burst of speaking, were as his: Im absolute stay 'Twas very Cloten.
Arv. In this place we left them;
Bel. Being scarce made up,
Enter Guiderius, with Cloten's head,
Bel. What haft thou done?
Guid. I'm perfect what; cut off one Cloten's Son to the Queen, after his own report; [head, Who call'd me traitor, mountaineer, and swove With his own single hand he'd take us in; Displace our heads, where, thanks ye Gods, they grow,
en 39 is And let them on Lud's town.
Bel. We're all undone !
Guid. Why, worthy father, what have we to lose But what he swore to take, our lives? The law Protects not us; then why should we be tender, To let an arrogant piece of fleth threat us, Play judge and executioner, all himself, For we do fear the law? What company Discover you abroad?
Bel. No single foul
Arv. Let ordinance
Bel. I had no mind
Guid. With his own sword,
[Exit. Bel. I fear 'twill be reveng'd. 'Would, Paladour, thou hadst not done 't! įhough Becomes thee well enough.
(valour - Arv. 'Would I had done 't, So the revenge alone purlu'd me! Paladour, I love thee brotherly, but envy much
Thou'st robb'd me of this deed; I would revenges, That pollible ftrength miglit meer, would ftek us And put us to our answer.
[thro', Bel Well, 'tis done : We'll hunt no more to-day, nor seek for danger Where there's no profit. I prythee, to our rock. You and Fidele play the cooks : I'll stay 'Till hasty Paladour return, and bring him To dinner presently.
Aru. Poor fick Fidele !
Guid. Is he at home ?
It did not speak before. All folemn things
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Ard. The bird is dead
Guid. Oh sweetest fairelt lily!
Del. O melancholy !
but ah ! Thou dy'dst, a most rare boy, of melancholy ! How found you him?
Arv. Stark, as you see, Thus smiling, as some fly had tickled Number, Not as Death's dart, being laugh'd at; his right Reposing on a cushion.
[cheek Guid. Where?
Aru. O'th' floor,
Guid. Why, be but sleeps;
Sluggilla crare. A crare is a small trading vessel, Reviji