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hang'da man for the getting a hundred bastards, Duke. No might nor greatness in mortality he would have paid for the nursing a thousand : Can censure 'scape ; back-wounding calumny He had some feeling of the sport; he knew the The whitest virtue strikes: What king so strong, service, and that instructed him to mercy. Can tie the gall up in the slanderous tongue?

Duke. I never heard the absent Duke much But who comes here? detected* for women; he was not inclined that Enter EscalUS, Provost, Bawd, and Officers. way.

Escal. Go, away with her to prison. Lucio. O, Sir, you are deceived.

Bavd. Good my lord, be good to me; your Duke. 'Tis not possible. Lucio. Who? not the duke? yes, your beg- lord.

honour is accounted a merciful man: good my gar of fifty ; -and his use was, to put a ducat in her clack-dish : the duke had crotchets in forfeit* in the same kind? This would make

Escal. Double and treble admonition, and still him: He would be drunk too; that let me in

mercy swear, and play the tyrant.

Prov. A bawd of eleven years continuance, Duke. You do him wrong, surely. Lucio. Sir, I was an inward of his : A shy may it please your honour.

Baud. My lord, this is one Lucio's informafellow was the duke : and, I believe, I know

tion against me: mistress Kate Keep-down the cause of his withdrawing.

Duke. What, I pr’ythee, might be the cause? Was with child by him in the duke's time, he Lucio. No,-pardon

;-'tis a secret must be promised her marriage ; his child is a year and lock'd within the teeth and the lips : but this I a quarter old, come Philip and Jacob: I have can let you understand, — The greater filet of kept it myself; and see how he goes about to

abuse me. the subject held the duke to be wise.

Escal. That fellow is a fellow of much liDuke. Wise? why, no question but he was. Lucio. A very superficial, ignorant, unweigh- with her to prison : Go to; no more words.

cence:--let him be called before us.-Away ingf fellow. Duke. Either this is envy in you, folly, or ther Angelo will not be alter'd, Claudio must

[Exeunt Bawd and Officers.] Provost, my bromistaking; the very stream of his life, and the die to-morrow: let him be furnished with dibusiness he hath helmed, must, upon a warranted need, give him a better proclamation. vines, and have all charitable preparation : if Let him be but testimonied in his own bringings my brother wrought by my pity, it should not

be so with him. forth, and he shall appear to the envious, a scholar, a statesman, and a soldier : Therefore, with him, and advised him for the entertain

Prov. So please you, this friar hath been you speak unskilfully; or, if your knowledge ment of death. be more, it is much darken'd in your malice.

E seal. Good even, good father. Lucio. Sir, I know him, and I love him.

Duke. Bliss and goodness on you! Duke. Love talks with better knowledge,

Escal. Of whence are you? and knowledge with dearer love.

Duke. Not of this country, though my chance Lucio. Come, Sir, I know what I know.

is now Duke. I can hardly believe that, since you to use it for my time : I am a brother know not what you speak. But, if ever the duke return, (as our prayers are he may,) let of gracious order, late come from the see, me desire you to make your answer before. In special business from his holiness.

Escal. What news abroad i' the world? him : If it be honest you have spoke, you have

Duke. None, but that there is so great a fever courage to maintain it: I am bound to call

on goodness, that the dissolution of it must upon you ; and, I pray you, your name? Lucio. Sir, my name is Lucio; well known cure it : novelty is only in request ; and it is as

dangerous to be aged in any kind of course, as to the duke. Duke. He shall know you better, Sir, if I There is scarce truth enough alive, to make

it is virtuous to be constant in any undertaking. may live to report you. Lucio. I fear you not.

societies secure; but security enough, to make

fellowships accurs’d: much upon this riddle Duke. O, you hope the duke will return no

runs the wisdom of the world. This news is more; or you imagine me too unhurtful an op- old enough, yet it is every day's news. I pray posite. But, indeed, I can do you little harm: you'll forswear this again.

you, Sir, of what disposition was the duke?

Escal. One, that, above all other strifes, conLucio. I'll be hang'd first : thou art deceived in me, friar. But no more of this : Canst thou

tended especially to know himself.

Duke. What pleasure was he given to ? tell, if Claudio die to-morrow, or no?

Escal. Rather rejoicing to see another merry, Duke. Why should he die, Sir? Lucio. Why? for filling a bottle with a tun- him rejoice: a gentleman of all temperance.

than merry at any thing which profess'd to make dish. I would, the duke, we talk of, were re- But leave we him to his events, with a prayer turn'd again : this ungenitur'd agent will un- they may prove prosperous; and let me desire people the province with continency; sparrows to know how you find Claudio prepared. I am must not build in his house-eaves, because they made to understand, that you have lent him are lecherous. The duke yet would have dark

visitation. deeds darkly answer'd; he would never bring them to light : would he were return'd! Mar- sinister measure from his judge, but most wil

Duke. He professes to have received no ry, this Claudio is condemnd for untrussing. lingly humbles himself to the determination of Farewell, good friar; I pr’ythee, pray for me. The duke, I say to thee again, would eat mut: justice : yet had he framed to himself, by the tonf on Fridays. He's now past it; yet, and mises of life; which I, by my good leisure,

instruction of his frailty, many deceiving proI say to thee, he would mouth with a beggar, have discredited to him, and now he is resolvedt though she smelt brown bread and garlic: say, to die. that I said so, Farewell.

[Exit. Suspected. † The majority of his subjecte.

Escal. You have paid the heavens your func* Inconsiderate. Guided. || Opponent. * Transgress


† Satisfied.

lays wonch

you well.

this way?

tion, and the prisoner the very debt of your forbearance a little; may be, I will call upon calling. I have labour'd for the poor gentle- you anon, for some advantage to yourself. man, to the extremest shore of my modesty; Mari. I am always bound to you. (Exit. but my brother justice have I found so severe, Duke. Very well met, and welcome. that he hath forced me to tell him, he is indeed What is the news from this good deputy? --justice.

Isab. He hath a garden circummurd* with Duke. If his own life answer the straitness

brick, of his proceeding, it shall become him well; Whose western side is with a vineyard back'd; wherein, if he chance to fail, he hath sentenced And to that vineyard is a planchedt gate, himself.

That makes his opening with this bigger key : Escal. I am going to visit the prisoner : Fare This other doth command a little door,

Which from the vineyard to the garden leads ; Duke. Peace be with you!

There have I made my promise to call on him, [Exeunt Escalus and Provost. Upon the heavy middle of the night.

Duke. But shall you on your knowledge find He, who the sword of heaven will bear, Should be as holy as severe ;

Isab. I have ta'en a due and wary note upon't; Pattern in himself to know,

With whispering and most guilty diligence, Grace to stand and virtue go;

In action all of precept, he did show me More nor less to others paying,

The way twice o'er. Than by self-offences weighing,

Duke. Are there no other tokens Shame to him, whose cruel striking

Between you 'greed, concerning her observ. Kills for faults of his own liking!

ance? Twice treble shame on Angelo,

Isab. No, none, but only a repair i' the dark; To weed my vice, and let his grow!

And that I have possess'df him, my most stay 0, what may man within him hide,

Can be but brief: for I have made him know, Though angel on the outward side!

I have a servant comes with me along, How may likeness,* madet in crimes,

That staysý upon me; whose persuasion is, Making practice on the times,

I come about my brother. Draw with idle spiders' strings

Duke. 'Tis well borne up. Most pond'rous and substantial things !

I have not yet made known to Mariana Craft against vice I must apply:

A word of this :—What, ho! within! come With Angelo to-night shall lie

forth! His old betrothed, but despis’d; So disguise shall, by the disguis'd,

Re-enter MARIANA. Pay with falsehood false exacting,

I pray you, be acquainted with this maid : And perform an old contracting. (Exit. She comes to do you good. ACT IV.

Isab. I do desire the like.

Duke. Do you persuade yourself that I reSCENE I.A Room in MARIANA's House.

spect you? MARIANA discovered sitting ; a Boy singing. Mari. Good friar, I know you do; and have Song.

found it. Take, oh take those lips away,

Duke. Take then this your companion by That so sweetly were forsworn;

the hand, And those eyes, the break of day,

Who hath a story ready for your ear :
Lights that do mislead the morn:

I shall attend your leisure; but make haste; But my kisses bring again,

The vaporous night approaches. bring again.

Mari. Will't please you walk aside? Seals of love, but seaľd in rain,

[Exeunt MARIANA and ISABELLA. seal'd in vain.

Duke. O place and greatness, millions of Mari. Break off thy song, and haste thee quick away;

Are struck upon thee ! volumes of report

Run with these false and most contrarious Here comes a man of comfort, whose advice Hath often still'd my brawling discontent.

quests (Exit Boy.

Upon thy doings ! thousand 'scapes of wit

Make thee the father of their idle dream, Enter DUKE.

And rack thee in their fancies ! - Welcome! I cry you mercy, Sir; and well could wish

How agreed?
You had not found me here so musical:
Let me excuse me, and believe me so,

My mirth it much displeas’d, but pleas’d my Isab. She'll take the enterprise upon her,

If you advise it.

[father, Duke. 'Tis good: though music oft hath such Duke. It is not my consent, a charm,

But my entreaty too. To make bad, good, and good provoke to harm.

Isab. Little have you to say, I pray you, tell me, hath any body inquired for When you depart from him, but, soft and low, me here to day? much upon this time have I Remember now my brother. promis'd here to meet.

Mari. Fear me not. Mari. You have not been inquired after : I Duke. Nor, gentle daughter, fear you not at have sat here all day.

He is your husband on a pre-contráct: (all: Enter ISABELLA.

To bring you thus together, 'tis no sin; Duke. I do constantly believe you :-The Sith** that the justice of your title to him time is come, even now. I shall crave your

false eyes


* Walled round.

Planked, wooden.

Informed. * Appearance.

1 Trained.
# Inquisitions, inquiries,


** Since.


Doth flourish* the deceit. Come, let us go; Prov. Call hither Barnardine and Claudio: Our corn's to reap, for yet our tithe'st to gow.

(Eseunt Clown and ABHORSON. (Eseunt. One has my pity; not a jot the other,

Being a murderer, though he were my brother. SCENE II.-A Rown in the Prison.

Enter PROVOST and Clow».

Look, here's the warrant,Claudio, for thy death: Prov. Come hither, sirrah: Can you cut off | "Tis now dead midnight, and by eight to-morrow a man's head?

Thou must be made immortal. Where's BarCle. If the man be a bachelor, Sir, I can:

nardine? but if he be a married man, he is his wife's

Claud. As fast lock'd up in sleep, as guiltless head, and I can never cut off a woman's head.

labour Prov. Come, Sir, leave me your snatches, and when it lies starkly* in the traveller's bones : yield me a direct answer. To-morrow morning He will not wake. are to die Claudio and Barnardine: Here is in

Prov. Who can do good on him? our prison a common executioner, who in his Well, go, prepare yourself. But hark, what office lacks a helper: if you will take it on you noise?

[Knocking within. to assist him, it shall redeem you from your Heaven give your spirits comfort! syves ;f if not, you shall have your full time

(Erit CLAUDIO. of imprisonment, and your deliverance with an

By and by: unpitied whipping; for you have been a noto- I hope it is some pardon, or reprieve, rious bawd.

For the most gentle Claudio.--Welcome, father. Clo. Sir, I have been an unlawful bawd, time out of mind; but yet I will be content to be a

Enter DUKE. lawful hangman. I would be glad to receive Duke. The best and wholesomest spirits of some instruction from my fellow-partner.

the night Prov. What ho, Abhorson: Where's Abhor- Envelope you, good Provost! Who call’d here son, there?

of late ?

Prov. None, since the curfew rung.

Duke. Not Isabel?
Abhor. Do you call, Sir?

Prov. No. Prov. Sirrah, here's a fellow will help you Duke. They will then, ere't be long. to-morrow in your execution: if you think it Prov. What comfort is for Claudio ? meet, compound with him by the year, and let Duke. There's some in hope. him abide here with you; if not, use him for

Prov. It is a bitter deputy. the present, and dismiss him: He cannot plead Duke. Not so, not so; his life is parallel'd his estimation with you; he hath been a bawd. Even with the stroke and line of his great

Abhor. A bawd, Sir? Fie upon him, he will justice; discredit our mystery.

He doth with holy abstinence subdue Prov. Go to, Sir; you weigh equally; a That in himself, which he spurs on his power feather will turn the scale.

[Erit. To qualifyt in others : were he mealdt Clo. Pray, Sir, by your good favour, (for, With that which he corrects, then were he tysurely, Sir, a good favourT you have, but that

[come. you have a hanging look,) do you call, Sir, But this being so, he's just.-Now are they your occupation a mystery?

(Knocking within.-Provost goes out. Abhor. Ay, Sir; a mystery.

This is a gentle provost : Seldom, when Clo. Painting, Sir, I have heard say, is a The steeled gaoler is the friend of men.mystery; and your whores, Sir, being members How now? What noise? That spirit's pos of my occupation, using painting, do prove my

sess'd with haste, occupation a mystery: but what mystery there That wounds the unsisting postern with these should be in hanging, if I should be hang’d, I

strokes. cannot imagine.

Provost returns, speaking to one at the door. Abhor. Sir, it is a mystery. Clo. Proof.

Prov. There he must stay, until the officer

Arise to let him in; he is call'd up. Abhor. Every true** man's apparel fits your thief: If it be too little for your thief, your true But he must die to-morrow?

Duke. Have you no countermand for Claudio

(yet, man thinks it big enough; if it be too big for

Prov. None, Sir, none. your thief, your thief thinks it little enough: so

Duke. As near the dawning, Provost, as it is, every true man's apparel fits your thief.

You shall hear more ere morning.
Re-enter Provost.
Prov. Happily,

(comes Pre. Are you agreed ?

You something know; yet, I believe, there Clo. Sir, I will serve him ; for I do find, your Besides, upon the very siegel of justice,

No countermand; no such example have we: hangman is a more penitent trade than your Lord Angelo hath to the public ear bawd; he doth oftener ask forgiveness.

Profess’d the contrary. Prov. You, sirrah, provide your block and your axe, to-morrow four o'еlock.

Enter a MESSENGER. Abhor. Come on, bawd; I will instruct thee Duke. This is his lordship's man. in my trade; follow.

Prov. And here comes Claudio's,pardon. Clo. I do desire to learn, Sir; and, I hope, if Mess. My lord hath sent you this note; and you have occasion to use me for your own turn, by me this further charge, that you swerve not you shall find me yare :tt for, truly Sir, for from the smallest article of it, neither in time. your kindness, I owe you a good turn. matter, or other circumstance. Good morrow, • God, or varnish over.


for, as I take it, it is almost day. Tilth, land prepared for sowing.

* Defled † Fetters.

1 Moderate. Trwe. 1 Countcoance. ** Honest. IfReady,

9 Perhaps.

U Stat.

* Stilly.


Prov. I shall obey him. [Exit MESSENGER. Prov. Angelo hath seen them both, and will Duke. This is his pardon ; purchas'd by such discover the favour.* sin,

Aside. Duke. O, death's a great disguiser : and you For which the pardoner himself is in : may add to it. Shave the head, and tie the Hence hath offence his quick celerity, beard; and say, it was the desire of the peniWhen it is borne in high authority:

tent to be so bared before his death: You know, When vice makes mercy, mercy's so extended, the course is common. If any thing fall to you That for the fault's love, is the offender friend- upon this, more than thanks and good fortune, Now, Sir, what news?

(ed. by the saint whom I profess, I will plead against Prov. I told you: Lord Angelo, be-like, it with my life. thinking me remiss in mine office, awakens me Prov. Pardon me, good father; it is against with this unwonted putting on:* methinks, my oath. strangely; for he hath not used it before. Duke. Were you sworn to the duke, or to the Duke. Pray you, let's hear.

deputy? Prov. (Reads.] Whatsoever you may hear to Prov. To him, and to his substitutes. the contrary, let Claudio be executed by four of Duke. You will think you have made no ofthe clock; and, in the afternoon, Barnardine : fence, if the duke avouch the justice of your for my better satisfaction, let me have Claudio's dealing? head sent me by five. Let this be duly performed ; Prov. But what likelihood is in that? with a thought, that more depends on it than we Duke. Not a resemblance, but a certainty. must yet deliver. Thus fail not to do your office, Yet since I see you fearful, that neither my as you will answer it at your peril.

coat, integrity, nor my persuasion, can with What say you to this, Sir?

ease attempt you, I will go further than I Duke. What is that Barnardine, who is to be meant, to pluck all fears out of you. Look executed in the afternoon?

you, Sir, here is the hand and seal of the duke. Prov. A Bohemian born; but here nursed up You know the character, I doubt not; and the and bred: one that is a prisoner nine years old.t signet is not strange to you.

Duke. How came it, that the absent duke Prov. I know them both. had not either deliver'd him to his liberty, or Duke. The contents of this is the return of executed him? I have heard, it was ever his the duke; you shall anon over-read it at your manner to do so.

pleasure; where you shall find, within these Prov. His friends still wrought reprieves for two days he will be here. This is a thing, him: And, indeed, his fact, till now in the that Angelo knows not : for he this very day government of lord Angelo, came not to an receives letters of strange tenor; perchance, of undoubtful proof.

the duke's death ; perchance, entering into some Duke. Is it now apparent?

monastery; but, by chance, nothing of what Prov. Most manisest, and not denied by is writ. Look, the unfolding star calls up the himself.

shepherd: Put not yourself into amazement, Duke. Hath he borne himself penitently in how these things should be : all difficulties are prison? How seems he to be touch'd? but easy when they are known. Call your

Prov. A man that apprehends death no more executioner, and off with Barnardine's head: dreadfully, but as a drunken sleep; careless, I will give him a present shrist, and advise him reckless, and fearless of what's past, present, for a better place. Yet you are amazed; but or to come; insensible of mortality, and des- this shall absolutely resolve you. Come away; perately mortal.

it is almost clear dawn.

[Exeunt. Duke. He wants advice. Prov. He will hear none : he hath evermore

SCENE III.-- Another Room in the same. had the liberty of the prison; give him leave

Enter Clown. to escape hence, he would not : drunk many times a day, if not many days entirely drunk. in our house of profession : one would think, it

Clo. I am as well acquainted here, as I was We have very often awaked him, as if to carry were mistress Over-done's own house, for here him to execution, and show'd him a seeming be many of her old customers. First, here's warrant for it: it hath not moved him at all.

Duke. More of him anon. There is written young master Rash; he's in for a commodity in your brow, Provost, honesty and constancy:

of brown paper and old ginger, ninescore and if I read it not truly, my ancient skill beguiles seventeen pounds ; of which he made five marks, me; but in the boldness of my cunning, I will ready money : marry, then, ginger was not much lay myself in hazard. Claudio, whom here you Then is there here one master Caper, at the

in request, for the old women were all dead. have a warrant to execute, is no greater forfeit to the law than Angelo who hath sentenced suit of master Three-pile the mercer, for some hiva : To make you understand this in a mani

four suits of peach-colour'd satin, which now fested effect, I crave but four days respite ; for peaches him a beggar. Then have we here the which you are to do me both a present and young Dizy, and young master Deep-vow, a dangerous courtesy.

and master Copper-spur, and master StarveProv. Pray, Sir, in what?

lackey the rapier and dagger-man, and young Duke. In the delaying death.

Drop-heir that kill'd lusty Pudding, and master Prov. Alack! how may I do it? having the Forthright the tilter, and brave master Shoe-tie hour limited; and an express command, under the great traveller, and wild Half-can that penalty, to deliver his head in view of Angelo ? stabb'd Pots, and, I think, forty more ; all I may make my case as Claudio's, to cross this great doers in our trade, and are now for the

Lord's sake. in the smallest. Duke. By the vow of mine order, I warrant

Enter ABHORSON. you, if my instructions may be your guide. Let Abhor. Sirrah, being Barnardine hither. this Barnardine be this morning executed, and Clo. Master Barnardine! you must rise and his head borne to Angelo.

be hang'd, master Barnardine! * Spur, incitement. 1 Nine years in prison.

* Countenance.


Abhor. What, ho, Barnardine!

To save me from the danger that might come, Barnar. (Within.] A pox o' your throats ! If he were known alive? Who makes that noise there? What are you? Duke. Let this be done ;-Put them in secret Clo. Your friends, Sir ; the hangman: You

holds, must be so good, Sir, to rise and be put to death. Both Barnardine and Claudio : Ere twice

Barnar. (Within.] Away, you rogue, away; The sun hath made his journal greeting to I am sleepy.

The under generation,* you shall find Abhor. Tell him, he must awake, and that your safety manifested. quickly too.

Prov. I am your free dependant. Clo. Pray, master Barnardine, awake till you Duke. Quick, despatch, are executed, and sleep afterward.

And send the head to Angelo. [Exit Provost. Abhor. Go in to him, and fetch him out. Now will I write letters to Angelo,- [tents

Clo. He is coming, Sir, he is coming; I hear The provost, he shall bear them,--whose conhis straw rustle.

Shall witness to him, I am near at home;

And that, by great injunctions, I am bound Abhor. Is the axe upon the block, sirrah?

To enter publicly: him I'll desire Clo. Very ready, Sir.

To meet me at the consecrated fount, Barnar. "How now, Abhorson? what's the A league below the city; and from thence, news with you?

By cold gradation and weal-balanced form, Abhor. Truly, Sir, I would desire you to clap We shall proceed with Angelo. into your prayers; for, look you, the warrant's

Re-enter PROVOST.

Prov. Here is the head; I'll carry it myself. Barnar. You rogue, I have been drinking all Duke. Convenient is it : Make a swift return; night, I am not fitted for't.

For I would commune with you of such things, Clo. 0, the better, Sir; for he that drinks all That want no ear but yours. night, and is hang'd betimes in the morning, Prov. I'll make all speed.

Erit. may sleep the sounder all the next day. Isab. (Within.] Peace, ho, be here! Enter DUKE.

Duke. The tongue of Isabel :-She's come to Abhor. Look you, Sir, here comes your If yet her brother's pardon be come hither :

know, ghostly father; Do we jest now,

Duke. Sir, induced by my charity, and hear. But I will keep her ignorant of her good, ing how hastily you are to depart, I am come

To make her heavenly comforts of despair, to advise you, comfort you, and

When it is least expected. with

pray you. Barnar. Friar, not I; I have been drinking

Enter ISABELLA. hard all night, and I will have more time to Isab. Ho, by your leave. prepare me, or they shall beat out my brains Duke. Good morning to you, fair and grawith billets : I will not consent to die this day,

cious daughter. that's certain,

Isab. The better, given me by so holy a man. Duke. O, Sir, you must: and therefore, I Hath yet the deputy sent my brother's pardon? beseech you,

Duke. He hath releasd him, Isabel, from the Look forward on the journey you shall go. His head is off, and sent to Angelo. (world;

Barnar. I swear, I will not die to-day for any Isab. Nay, but it is not so. man's persuasion.

Duke. It is no other :

(patience. Duke. But hear you,

Show your wisdom, daughter, in your close Barnar. Not a word; if you have any thing Isab. O, I will to him, and pluck out his eyes. to say to me, come to my ward; for thence will Duke. You shall not be admitted to his sight. not I to-day.

[Exit. Isab. Unhappy Claudio! Wretched Isabel! Enter PROVOST.

Injurious world! Most damned Angelo! Duke. Unfit to live, or die: 0, gravel heart!-

Duke. This nor hurts him, nor profits you a After him fellows; bring him to the block.

jot : (Exeunt ABHORSON and Clown. Forbear it therefore; give your cause to heaven. Prov. Now, Sir, how do you find the prisoner? Mark what I say; which you shall find Duke. A creature unprepard, unmeet for By every syllable, a faithful verity: death;

The duke comes home to morrow;—nay, dry And, to transport him in the mind he is,

your eyes; Were damnable.

One of our convent, and his confessor, Prov. Here in the prison, father,

Gives me this instance: Already he hath carried There died this morning of a cruel fever

Notice to Escalus and Angelo; One Ragozine, a most notorious pirate,

Who do prepare to meet him at the gates, A man of Claudio's years ; his beard, and head, There to give up their power. If you can, pace Just of his colour; What if we do omit This reprobate, till he were well inclined;

In that good path that I would wish it go; And satisfy the deputy with the visage

And you shall have your bosomt on this wretch, Of Ragozine, more like to Claudio ?

Grace of the duke, revenges to your heart, Duke. O, 'tis an accident that heaven


And general honour. vides ;

Isab. I am directed by you. Despatch it presently; the hour draws on

Duke. This letter then to friar Peter give; Prefix'd by Angelo : See, this be done,

'Tis that he sent me of the duke's return: And sent according to command; while I

Say, by this token, I desire his company Persuade this rude wretch willingly to die.

At Mariana's house to night. Her cause, and Prov. This shall be done, good father, pre- In perfect him withal; and he shall bring you

, sently. But Barnardine must die this afternoon:

Before the duke; and to the head of Angelo Aad how shall we continue Claudio,

* The antipodes.

† Your heart's desire.

your wisdom

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