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full winged Eagle.. Bel. a. quish my staider senses, 3 3

Imo. a. 3 s. 4 Oh this life, is nobler than

Plenty and peace, breeds attending for a check, richer cowards, hardness ever of than doing nothing for a babe, hardiness is mother. . Imo. a. prouder than rustling in un- 3 s. 6 paid for silk .. Bel. a. 3 s. 3

Put my clouted Brogues off One but painted thus,

my feet, whose rudeness anwould be interpreted a thing swered my steps too loud. . perplexed beyond self expli- | Arv. a. 4 8. 2 cation. . Imo. a. 3 8. 4

Poor wretches, that depend Our stomachs will make

on greatness' favour, dreams, what's homely, savory .. I have done, wake and find Bel. a. 3 s. 6

nothing..Post. a. 5 8. 4 O sweetest, fairest lily, my Purse and brain both brother wears thee not one

empty, the brain the heavier half so well as when thou

for being too light, the purse grew'st thyself. . Guid, a. 4

too light being drawn of "9. 2

heaviness . . Gaol. a. 5 3. 4 O melanchuly who ever yet could sound thy bottom.. Reverence, that angel of the Bel. a. 4 s. 2

world, doth make distinction Our very eyes, are some- of place 'tween high and low times like our judgements- 1.. Bei. a. 4 s. 2 blind.. Imo. a: 4 8. 2 O the charity of a penny

Should we be taking leave, cord, it sums up thousands in as long a term as yet we have a trice, you have no true to live, the loathness to de. debtor and creditor but it of part would grow. . Post. a. I what's past, is, and to come..

s. 2 Gaoler a. 5 s. 4

She is a good sign, but I One sand, another not more have seen small reflection of resembles. . Arv. a. 5 s. 5

her wit..l Lord a. 1 8. 3

She shines not upon fools, Put thyself into a behaviour lest the reflection should hurt of less fear, ere wildness van- her..2 Lord a. 1 8. 3

Strange fowl light upon

Smiling as some fly had neighbouring ponds..Iach.

ponds. . Iach. tickled slumber,not as Death's a. I s. 5

dart being laughed at. . Aro. Since doubting things go ill,

a. 4 8. 2 often hurts more, than to be Some falls, are means the sure they do, for certainties happier to arise. . Luc. a. 4 either are past remedies, or

8. 2 timely knowing, the remedy Since she is living, let the then born. . Imo. a. 1 3.7 time run on to good or bad

Sir my circumstances being .. Pis. a. 5 s. 5 so near the truth, as will make She is served, as I would them, I must first enduce you serve a rat. . Cor. a. 5 8.5 to believe..Iach.. 2 3. 4

See Posthumus anchors Spare your Arithmetic, and

upon Imogen, and she like never count the turns, once harmless lightening throws and a million.. Post.a. 2 s. 5 her Eye, on him, her Brother, Slander 'tis, whose edge is

me, her Master, hitting each sharper than the sword, object with a joy.. Cym. a. 5 whose tongue out-venoms all

s. 5 the worms of the Nile, whose breath rides on the posting There cannot be a pinch in winds, and doth belie all

Death more sharp than this corners of the World..Pis. is. . Imo. a. 1 s. 2 a. 3 8.4

Thou shouldst have made She is a Lady, so tender him little as a Crow, or less of rebukes, that words are ere left to after Eye him.. strokes, and strokes Death to Imo. a. 1 3.4 her.. Queen a. 3 8. 5

The love I bear him, She hath despised me re- made me to fan you thus, but joicingly, and I will be merry the God's made you unlike in my revenge.. Clo. a. 3 8.5 all others, Chaffless. . Iach. a.

Society is no comfort to one 1 8.7 not sociable.. Imo. a. 4 8. 2 The heav ens hold firm the

Seek not for danger where walls of your dear honour there is no profit. . Bel. a. 4 keep unshaken that temple thy

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fair mind, &c., &c... 2 Lord a. 2 s. 1

Tis gold which buys admittance, &c., &c.. Cloten. a. 2 s. 3

The night to the Owl and morn to the lark, less welcome.. Arv, a. 3 s. 6

The breach of custom is breach of all.. Imo. a. 4 s. 2

The thanks I give, is telling The imperious Seas breed

you that I am poor of thanks monsters, for the dish, poor and scarc can spare them. . tributary rivers as sweet fish Imo. a. 2 s. 3

. . Imo. a. 4 s. 2 There be many Cæsars, Thy words I grant are ere such another Julius.. bigger for I wear Clo. a. 3 8.1

dagger in my mouth. . Guia. Thy mind to her is now as 4 s. 2 low as were thy fortuues.. Those that I reverence, Pis. a. 3s. 2

those I fear, the wise--at fools Then was I as a tree, whose

I laugh, not fear them. . Gui bows did bend with fruit but

a. 4 s. 2 in one night, a storm or rob

The effect of judgement is bery call it what you will,

oft the cause of fear.. Bel. a, shock down my mellow hang

4 8. 2 ings, nay my leaves and left me bare to weather..

They are gentle as Zephyrs Bel. a. 3 s. 3

blowing below the violet, not The game is up.. Bel. a. 3 wagging his sweet head, and 3.3

yet as rough, their royal blood : Tho' those that are betray

enchaf'd as the rudest wind ed do feel the treason sharply

that by the top doth take the yet the traitor stands in worse

mountain pine and make case of woe.. Imo. a. 3 8.4

him stoop, to the Vale. . Bel.

a. 4 s. Thou art all the Comfort

2 the God's will diet me with Triumphs for nothing, and .. Imo. a. 3 8. 4

lamenting Toys, is jolity for The Event is yet to name

apes and grief for boys.. Gui. the winner, . Luc. a. 3 s. 5

a. 4 s. 2 · The sweat of Industry The ground that gave them would dry and die, but for first, has them again, there the End it works to.. Bel. a. pleasures here are passed, so 3 8. 6

is their pain. . Bel, a. 4 s. ?

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The ruin speaks, that branches, which distinction sometime it was a worthy should be rich in. . Cym. a. 5 building. . Luc. 2. 4 8. 2 8. 5

Than be so, better to cease Take that life I beseech to be. . Gui. a. 4 s. 4

you, which I so often owe.. To shame the guise of the

Iach. a. 5 s.

5 world I will begin the fashion, The fingers of the powers less without and more within above do tune the harmony of .. Post. a. 5 8. 1

this peace. Soothsayer a.5 8.5 Take no stricter render of me then my all.. Post. a. 5

Unknown, pitied nor bated

to the face of peril'myself i'll To be blest, let us with care dedicate. .Post. a. 5 8. 1 perform his great behest.. Sici. a. 5 s. 5

Would I were a neatherds Tis still a dream, or else Daughter and my Leonatus such stuff, nadmen our neighbour Shepherd's tongue, and brain not; either

Son. . Imo. a. 1 8. 2 both or nothing, or senseless What shalt thou expect, to speaking, or a speaking such be depender on a thing that as sense cannot unite-Be

leans.. Queen a. I s. 6 what it is, the action of my What wreck discern you in life is like it, which i'll keep me deserves your pity.. Imo. if but for sympathy.. Post. a. 1 s. 7 a, 5 s. 4

Winning would put any Thou hast looked thyself man into courage.. Clo, a. 2 into my graće, and art my own. . Cym. a. 5 8. 5

We will never pay for wearThe temple of virtue was ing our noses. . Clo. a. 3 s. 1 she.. Post. a. 5 s. 5

Why tender'st thou that The benediction of these Paper to me, with a look uncovering heavens, fall on tender, if it be summer news, their heads, like dew, for they smile to it before, if winterly are worthy to inlay heaven thou need'st but keep that with stars.. Bel. a. 5 s. 5 countenance still.. Imo. a. 3

This fierce abridgement, 8.4 hath to it, circumstantial

Weariness can snore upon

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sad grave,

the flint when restive sloth,

You lay up too much pains, finds the down Pillow hard..

for purchasing but trouble.. Bel. a. 3 s. 6

Imo. a. 2 s. 3 Why he but sleeps, if he be

Your very goodness and gone he'll make his grave a

your Company o'er pays all I Bed, with female fairies will

can do. . Phil. a. 2 s. 4 his tomb be haunted, and

Yet it is greater skill iu a worms will not come to him

true nate, to pray they have .. Guid. a. 4 s. 2

their will.. Post.a 12 s. 5 With sweetest flowers

Your Isle which stands as while summer lasts and I live here Fidele, I'll sweeten thy Neptune's Park, rubbed and

thou shalt not lack paled in, with rocks unscalethe flower thats like thy face

able and roaring waters..

Qneen a. 3 s. 1 pale primsose ! nor the azur'd harebell, like thy veins, no You must forget to be nor the leaf of eglantine a woman, change obedience whom not to slander, out- into command, fear and nicesweeten'd not thy breath.. ness, the handmaids of all Arv. a. 4 s. 2

women or more truly, woman What pleasure find we in its pretty self into a waggish life, to lock it from action courage. . Pis. a. 3 8. 4 and adventure. . Arv. a. 4 Your Gaoler shall deliver S. 4

you the keys that lock up Who is it can read women your restraint. . Cym. Queen . . Cym. a. 5 8.5

a. I 8. 2 Whose containing is so You are as welcome, worthy from sense, in hardness, that Sir, as I have words to bid I can make no collection of it


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