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Liv. [Aside.] Patience, keep within me,
Flav. Beauties incomparable!
her! Cast. I must not court you, sir. Rom.
By no means, fair one ;
Hark ye, Troylo.
Then I must not.
Like vow I,
Troy. Livio, now my brother, justly
Much more worthy :
dull brains could fashion. Rom.
Am I cozened?
· Thus when I fail.] So the quarto reads. The compositor most probably caught the first word from the preceding line.
• Brother.] This is the corrupt reading of the quarto.
Oct. You are not, Romanello: we examined
Jul, Storm not at what is past.
A fate as happy
my dead only sister ; this their guardianness Since they first saw the world: indeed, my mis
Liv. Most noble lord, I am struck silent.
Frenzy, how didst thou seize me? Clar. We knew you, sir, in Pragniolo's posture. Flo. Were merry at the sight. Sil.
And gave you welcome. Mor. Indeed, forsooth, and so we did, an't like
you. Oct. Enough, enough.-Now, to shut up the
night, Some menial servants of mine own are ready
For to present a merriment; they intend
ers, and dance.
Spoken by Morosa, CLARELLA, CASTAMELA,
Mor. A while suspected, gentlemen, I look
Clar. Our harmless pleasures, free, in every sort,
Cast. Distrust is base, presumption urgeth wrongs, But noble thoughts must prompt as noble tongues.
Flav. Fancy and judgment are a play's full matter; If we have errd in one, right you the latter.