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I am but sorry, not afeard ; delay'd,

And, through him, what is nearest to him, But nothing alter'd: What I was, I am:

which is More straining on, for plucking back; not fol. Your gracious self; embrace but my direction, My leash* unwillingly.

(lowing (If your more ponderous and settled project Cam. Gracious my lord,

May suffer alteration,) on mine honour You know your father's temper: at this time I'll point you where you shall bave such reHe will allow no speech,—which, I do guess,

ceiving

[may You do not purpose to himn;--and as hardly As shall become your highness; where you Will he endure your sight as yet, I sear: Enjoy your mistress; (from the whom, I see, Then, till the fury of his highness settle, There's no disjunction to be made, but by, Come not before him.

As heavens forfend! your ruin :) marry her; Flo. I not purpose it.

And (with my best endeavours, in your aba I think, Camillo.

sence) Cam. Even he, my lord.

Your discontenting* father strive to qualify, Per. How often have I told you, 'twould be And bring him up to liking. How often said, my dignity would last (thus? Flo. How, Camillo, But till 'twere known?

May this, almost a miracle, be done? Flo. It cannot fail, but by

That I may call thee something more than man, The violation of my faith ; And then

And, after that, trust to thee. Let nature crush the sides o'the earth together, Cam. Have you thought on And mar the seeds within !-Lift up thy A place, whereto you'll go ? looks :

Flo. Not any yet: From my succession wipe me, father! I But as the unthought-on accidentt is guilty' Am heir to my affection.

To what we wildly do; so we profess Cam. Be advis'd.

Ourselves to be the slaves of chance, and fies Flo. I am; and by my fancy:t if my reason of every wind that blows. Will thereto be obedient, I have reason;

Cam. Then list to me:

(purpose, If not, my senses, better pleas'd with madness, This follows, if you will not change your Do bid it welcome.

But undergo this flight;-Make for Sicilia; Cam. This is desperate, Sir.

And there present yourself, and your fair Flo. So call it: but it does fulfil my vow;

princess, I needs must think it honesty. Camillo, (For so, I see, she must be, 'fore Leontes; Vot for Bohemia, nor the pomp that may She shall be habited, as it becomes Be thereat glean'd; for all the sun sees, or The partner of your bed. Methinks, I see The close earth wombs, or the profound seas Leontes, opening his free arms, and weeping hide

His welcomes forth: asks thee, the son, forIn unknown fathoms, will I break my oath

giveness,

[hands To this my fair belov'd: Therefore, I pray you, As 'twere i'the father's person : kisses the As you have ever been my father's honour'd of your fresh princess: o'er and o'er divides friend,

(not
him

[one When he shall miss me, (as, in faith, I mean "Twist his unkindness and his kindness; the To see him any more,) cast your good counsels He chides to hell, and bids the other grow, Upon his passion; Let myself and fortune,

Faster than thought, or time.
Tug for the time to come This you may know, Flo. Worthy Camillo,
And so deliver, -I am put to sea

What colour for my visitation shall I
With her, whom here I cannot hold on shore; Hold up before him?
And, most opportune to our need, I have

Cam. Sent by the king your father
A vessel rides fast by, but not prepar'd To greet him, and to give him comforts. Sir,
Por this design. What course I mean to hold, The manner of your bearing towards him, with
Shall nothing benefit your knowledge, nor What you, as from your father, shall deliver,
Concern me the reporting.

Things known betwixt us three, I'll write you Cam. O, my lord,

down:

(ting I would your spirit were easier for advice, The which shall point you forth at overy sitOr stronger for your need.

What you must say; that he shall not pera Flo. Hark, Perdita.- ( Takes her aside.

ceive, I'll hear you by and by. [ To Camillo. But that you have your father's bosom there, Cam. He's irremovable,

And speak his very heart. Resolv'd for flight: Now were I happy, if Flo. I am bound to you; His going I could frame to serve my turn; There is some sap in this. Save him from danger, do him love and honour;

Cam. A course more promising Purchase the sight again of dear Sicilia, Than a wild dedication of yourselves (certain, And that unhappy king, my master, whom

To unpath'd waters, undream'd shores; most I so much thirst to see.

To miseries enough : no hope to help you ; Flo. Now, good Camillo,

But, as you shake off one, to take another; I am so fraught with curious business, that

Nothing so certain as your anchors; who I leave out ceremony.

[Going. Do their best office, if they can but stay you Cam. S.r, I think,

Where you'll be loath to be; Besides, you You have heard of my poor services, i’the love Prosperity's the very bond of love; (know, That I have borne your father?

Whose fresh complexion and whose heart toFlo. Very nobly

Afliction alters.

[gother Have you deservd: it is my father's music, Per. One of these is true ; To speak your deeds; not little of his care I think, affliction may subdue the cheek, To have them recompens'd as thought on. But not take ing the mind. Com. Well, my lord,

* For discontented. Il you may please to think I love the king; | This unthought-on accideat is the unespected dis.

covery made by Polixenes. • A leadiog string.

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Cam. Yea, say you so?

Aut. I am a poor fellow, Sir. There shall not, at your father's house, these Cam. Why, be so still; here's nobody will seven years,

steal that from thee: Yet for the outside of Be born another such.

thy poverty, we must make an exchange : Flo. My good Camillo,

therefore, discase thee instantly, (thou must She is as forward of her breeding, as

think, there's necessity in't,) and change garl'the year of birth.

ments with this gentleman: 'Though the pennyCam. I cannot say, 'tis pity

worth, on his side, be the worst, yet hold thee, She lacks instructions; for she seems a mistress there's some boot.* To most that teach.

Aut. I am a poor fellow, Sir:-I know ye Per. Your pardon, Sir, for this;

well enough.

(Aside. I'll blush you thanks.

Cam. Nay, pr’ythee, despatch: the gentleFlo. My prettiest Perdita.

man is half flayedt already. But, O, the thorns we stand upon -Camillo, Aut. Are you in earnest, Sir?--I smell the Preserver of my father, now of me;

trick otit.

(Aside. The medicine of our house!--how shall we do? Flo. Despatch, I pr’ythee. We are not furnish'd like Bohemia's son; Aut. Indeed, I have had earnest; but I canNor shall appear in Sicily

not with conscience take it. Cam. My lord,

Cam. Unbuckle, unbuckle.Fear none of this: I think, you know my for- [Flo and Autol. exchange garments. Do all lie there, it shall be so my care (tunes Fortunate mistress,-let my prophecy To have you royally appointed, as if [Sir, Come home to you !-you must retire yourself The scene you play, were mine. . For instance, Into some covert: take your sweetheart's hat, That you may know you shall not want,-one And pluckit o'er your brows; muffle your face; word.

[They talk aside. Dismantle you : and as you can, disliken

The truth of your own seeming; that you may, Enter AUTOLYCUS. Aut. Ha, ha ! what a fool honesty is! and I (For I do fear eyes over you,) to shipboard

Get undescried. trust, his sworn brother, a very simple gentle

Per. I see, the play so lies, man ! I have sold all my trumpery; not a

That I must bear a part. counterfeit stone, not a riband, glass, poman

Cam. No remedy.-der,* brooch, table-book, ballad, kuite, tape, Have you done there? glove, shoe-tye, bracelet, horn-ring, to keep

Flo. Should I now meet my father, my pack from fasting: they throng who should He would not call me son. buy first; as if my trinkets had been hallowed,

Cam. Nay, you shall have

[friend. and brought a benediction to the buyer: by Not hat:-Come, lady, come.-Farewell, my which means, I saw whose purse was best in

Aut. Adieu, Sir. picture; and, what I saw, to my good use,

Flo. O Perdita, what have we twain forgot? I remembered. My clown (who wants but

Pray you, a word. [They converse apart. something to be a reasonable man,) grew so in

Cam. What I do next, shall be, to tell the love with the wenches' song, that he would not

king

(Aside. stir his pettitoes, till he had both tune and Orthis escape, and whither they are bound; words; which so drew the rest of the herd to wherein, my hope is, I shall prevail, me, that all their other senses stuck in ears: To force him after: in whose company you might have pinched a placket, it was sense- 1 shall review Sicilia ; for whose sighi less; ''was nothing, to geld a codpiece of a I have a woman's longing. purse; I would have filed keys off, that hung

Flo. Fortune speed us ! in chains: no hearing, no feeling, but my Sir's Thus we set on, Camillo, to the sea-side. song, and admiring the nothing of it. So that,

Cam. 'The swifter speed, the hetter. in this time of lethargy, I picked and cut most

[Exeunt FLORIZEL, PERDITA, and of their festival purses; and had not the old

CAMILLO. man come in with a whoobub against his

Aut. I understand the business, I hear it: daughter and the king's son, and scared my To have an open ear, a quick eye, and a nimble choughst from the chaff, I had not left a purse hand, is necessary for a cut-purse ; a good alive in the whole army.

nose is requisite also, to smell out work for (CAMILLO, FLORIZEL, and PERDITA, the other senses. I see, this is the time that come forward.

the unjust man doth thrive. Whatanexchange Cam. Nay, but my letters by this means had this been, without boot? What a boot is being there

here, with this exchange? Sure, the gods do So soon as you arrive, shall clear that doubt.

this year connive at us, and we may do any Flo. And those that you'll procure from king thing extempore. The prince himself is about

Leontes,
Cam. Shall satisfy your father.

a piece of iniquity; slealing away from his

father, with his clog at his heels: lil thought Per. Happy be you!

it were not a piece of honesty to acquaint the All, that you speak, shows fair.

king withal, I would do't: I hold it the more Cam. Who have we here?

knavery to conceal it: and therein am I con[Seeing AUTOLYCUS.

stant to my profession. We'll make an instrument of this; omit Nothing, may give us aid.

Enter Clows and SHEPHERD. Aut. If they have overheard me now-why Aside, aside ;-here is more matter for a hot hanging

[.4 side. brain : Every lane's end, every shop, church, Cam. How now, good fellow? Why shakest session, hanging, yields a careful man work. thou so? Fear not, man; here's no harm in- Clo. See, see; what a man you are now! tended to thee.

there is no other way, but to tell the king she's * A little ball made of perfume, and worn to prevent a changeling, and none of your flesh am infection in times of plague.

blood. Birds.

Something oper and above. Stripped

Shep. Nay, but hear me.

fantastical; a great man, I'll warrant; I know, Clo. Nay, but hear me.

by the picking on's teeth. Shep. Go to then.

Aut. The fardel there? what's I'the fardel ? Clo. She being none of your flesh and blood, Wherefore that box? your flesh and blood has not offended the king; Shep. Sir, there lies such secret in this farand, so, your flesh and blood is not to be pun. del, and box, which none must know but the ished by him. Show those things you found king; and which he shall know within this about her; those sacred things, all but what hour, if I may come to the speech of him. she has with her: This being done, let the Aut. Age, thou hast lost thy labour. law go whistle; I warrant you.

Shep. Why, Sir ? Shep. I will tell the king all, every word, Aut. The king is not at the palace ; he is yea, and his son's pranks too; who I may say, gone aboard a new ship to purge melancholy, is no honest man neither to his father, nor to and air himself: For, if thou be'st capable of me. to go about to make me the king's brother things serious, thou must know, the king is full in-law.

of grief, Clo. Indeed, brother-in law was the furthest Shep. So 'tis said Sir; about his son, that off you could have been to him; and then should have married a shepherd's daughter. your blood had been the dearer, by I know Aut. If that shepherd be not in hand fast how much an ounce.

let him fly; the curses he shall have, the torAut. Very wisely; puppies ! [ Aside. tures he shall feel, will break the back of man,

Shep. Well ; let us to the king; there is that the heart of monster. in this fardel,* will make him scratch his Clo. Think you so,

Sir ? beard.

Aut. Not he alone shall suffer what wit can Aut. I know not what impediment this make heavy, and vengeance bitter; but those complaint may be to the flight of my master that are germane* to him, though removed

Cio. 'Pray heartily he be at palace. fifty times, shall all come under the hangman :

Aut. Though I am not naturally honest, I which though it be great pity, yet it is necesam so sometimes by chance :-Let me pocket sary; An old sheep-whistling rogue, a ramup my pedlar's excrement.t-- Takes off his false tender, to offer to have his daughter come into beard.] How now, rustics 1 whether are you grace! Some say he shall be stoned; but that bound?

death is too soft for him, say 1: Draw our Shep. To the

palace, an it like your worship. throne into a sheep-cote ! all deaths are too Aul. Your affairs there? what? with whom? few, the sharpest too easy. the condition of that fardel, the place of your

Clo. Has the old man e'er a son, Sir do you dwelling, your names, your ages, of what hav. hear, an't like you, Sir ? ing,ł breeding, and any thing that is fitting to

Aut. He has a son, who shall be fayed alive ; be known, discover.

then 'nointed over with honey, set on the Clo. We are but plain fellows, Sir.

bead of a wasp's nest ; then stand, till he be Aul. A lie you are rough and hairy: Let three quarters and a dram dead : then recoverme have no lying; it becomes none but trades- ed again with acqua-vitiæ, or some other hot men, and they often give us soldiers the lie : infusion : then raw as he is, and in the hotest but we pay them for it with stamped coin, not day prognostication proclaims,t shall he be stabing steel; therefore they do not give us set against a brick wall, the sun looking with the lie.

a southward eye upon him ; where he is to Clo. Your worship had like to have given us behold him, with flies blown to death. But one, if you had not taken yourself with the what talk we of these traitorly rascals, whose nanner.

miseries are to be smiled at, their offences beShep. Are you a courtier, an't like you, Sir ? ing so capital ? Tell me, [for you seem to be

Aui. Whether it like me, or no, I am a cour honest plain men,) what you have to the king : tier. See'st thou not the air of the court, in being something gently considered! I'll bring these enfoldings ? hath not my gait in it, the you where he is aboard, tender your persons measure of the court ?ll receives not thy nose to his presence, whisper him in your behalfs; court-odour from me ? reflect I not on thy and, if it be in man, besides the king to effect baseness, court contempt? Thinkest thou, for your suits, here is man shall do it. that I insinuate, or tozes from thee thy busi

Clo. He seems to be of great authority : ness, I am therefore no courtier ? I am couro close with him, give him gold; and though tier, cap-a-pe; and one that will either push authority be a stubborn bear, yet he is oft led on, or pluck back thy business there : where by the nose with gold : show the inside of upon I command thee to open thy affair. your your purse to the outside of his hand, and

Shep. My business, Sir is to the king. . no more ado: Remember stoned, and layed Aut. What advocate hast thou to him?

alive. Shep. I know not, an't like yoų.

Shep. An't please you, Sir to undertake the Clo. Advocate's the court word for a phea business for us, here is that gold I have : I'll sant ; say you have none.

make it as much more; and leave this young Shep. None, Sir? I have no pheasant, cock, man in pawn, till I bring it you. nor hen.

Aut. After I have done what I promised ? Aul. How bless'd are we, that are not simple Shep. Ay, Sir. men!

Aut. Well give me the moiety:-.Are you a Yet nature might'have made me as these are, party in this business ? Therefore I'll not disdain.

Clo. In some sort, Sir: but thou my case Clo. This cannot be but a great courtier. be a pitiful one, I hope I shall not be Aayed Shep. His garments are rich, but he wears

out of it. them not handsomely.

Aut. O, that's the case of the shepherd's son: Clo. He seems to be the more noble in being -Hang him, he'll be made an example. * Bundle, parcel.

Clo. Comfort, good comfort: we must to the

| His false beard. Estate properly

*Related. The stately tread of courtiers, I caiole or force. † The hotest day fortold in the

Being handsomely bribet'.

In the fact.

sue ;

king, and show our strange sights; he must To bless the bed of majesty again know, 'tis none of your daughter nor my sister; With a sweet fellow to't ? we are gone else. Sir, I will give you as much Paul. There is none worthy, as this old man does, when the business is per. Respecting her that's gone. Besides the goes formed; and remain, as he says, your pawn, Will have fulfilled their secret purposes : till it be brought you.

For has not the divine Apollo said, Aut. I will trust you. Walk before toward Is't not the tenor of his oracle, the sea side; go on the right hand ; I will look That king Leontes shall not have an heir, upon the hedge, and follow you.

Till his lost child be found? which that it shall, Clo. We are blessed in this man, as I may Is all as monstrous to our human reason, say, even blessed.

As my Antigonus to break his grave, Shep. Let's before, as he bids us he was And come again to me; who on my life, provided to do us good.

Did perish with the infant. 'Tis your counsel, (Exeunt SHEPHERD and Clown. My lord should to the heavens be contrary, Aut. If I had a mind to be honest, I see, Oppose against their wills.-Care not for isfortune would not suffer me; she drops

[ To LEOSTES booties in my mouth. I am courted now with a The crown will find an heir: Great Alexander double occasion ; gold, and a means to do Left his to the worthiest ; so bis successor the Prince my master good; which who knows was like to be the best. how that may turn back to my advancement ? Leon. Good Paulina, I will bring these two moles, these blind ones, who hast the memory of Hermoine, aboard him : if he think it fit to shore them I know in honour,-Ó, that ever I ( nou again, and that the complaint they have to the Had squar'd me to thy counsel —then, even king concerns him nothing, let him

call me, I might have look'd upon my queen's full eyes ; rouge, for being so far officious; for I am Have taken treasure from her lips,proof against that title, and what shame else Paul. And left them belongs to't: To him I will present them, More rich, for what they yielded. there may be matter in it.

[Exit. Leon. Thou speak'st truth. (worse ACT V.

No more such wives; therefore no wife: one SCENE 1.- Sicilia.A Room in the Palace of And better us'd, would make her sainted spirit LEONTYS.

Again possess her corps; and on this stage, Enter LEONTES, CLEOMENES, Dios, PAULINA, (Where we offenders now appear,) soul-vex'd, and others.

Begin, And why to me? Clco. Sir, you have done enough, and have Paul. Had she such power, perform'a

She had just cause. A saint-like sorrow: no fault could you make, Leon. She had and would incense* me Which you have not redeem'd; indeed, paid To murder her I married. down

[last, Pau'. I should so: More penitence, than done trespass : At the Were I the ghost that walk'd I'd bid you mark Do, as the heavens have done ; forget your Her eye ; and tell me, for what dull part in't With them, forgive yourself,

(evil; You chose ber: then I'd shriek, that even your Leon. Whilst I remember Her and her virtues, I cannot forget

Shou'd ristt to hear me ; and the words that My blemishes in them, and so still think of Should be, Remember mine.

[followed The wrong I did myself; which was so much, i.eon. Stars, very stars, That heirless it hath made my kingdom ; and And all eyes else dead coals ?-fear thou no Destroy'd the sweet'st companion, that e'er I'll have no wife, Paulina.

(wife, Bred his hopes out of.

(man

Paul. Will you swear Paul. True, too true, my lord:

Never to marry, but by my free leave ? If, one by one, you wedded all the world, Leon. Never, Paulina; so be bless'd my spirit! Or, from the all that are, took something good, Paul. Then, good my lords, bear witness to To make a perfect woman ; she you kill'd,

his oath. 'Would be unparallel'd.

Cleo. You tempt him over-much.
Leon. I think so. Killd!

Paul, Unless another,
She I kill'd ? I did so: but thou strik'st mo As like Hermione as is her picture,
Sorely, to say I did; it is as bitter

Affronti his eye.
Upon my tongue, as in my thought: Now,good Cleo. Good madam,-
Say so but seldom.

now,

Paul. I have done. Cleo not at all good lady:

Yet, if my lord will marry,-if you will, Sir You might have spoken a thousand things that No remedy, but you will; give me the office would

To choose you a queen: but she shall not be Have done the time more benefit, and grac'd so young Your kindness better.

As was your former; but she shall be such, Paul, You are one of those,

As, walk'd your first queen's ghost, it should Would have him wed again.

To see her in your arms.

(take joy Dion. If you would not so,

Leon. My true Paulina, You pity not the state, nor the remembrance We shall not marry, till thou bidd'st us. of his most sovereign dame; consider littl, Paul. That What dangers by his Highness' fail of issue, Shall be, when your first queen's again in May drop upon his kingdom, and devour Never till then. Incertain lookers-on. What were more holy, Than to rejoice, the former queen is well ?*

Enter a GENTLENAN. What holier, than,-for royalty's repair, Gent. One that gives out himself prince FloFor present comfort and for future good,

rizel, * At rest; dende

* Castigate { Split, ; Miren

ears

(breath;

woman

Son of Polisenes, with his princess, (she (Which waits apon worn times,) hath some-
The fairest I have yet beheld,) desires access thing seiz'd
To your high presence.

His wish'd ability, he had himself shig Leon. What with him ? he comes not The lands and waters 'twixt your throne and Like to his father's greatness: his approach, Measur'd, to look upon you; whom he loves So out of circumstance, and sudden, tells us, (He bade me say so) more than all the scep'Tis not a vistation fram'd, but forc'd

Ànd those that bear them, living. (tres, By need, and accident. What train?

Leon. O, my brother, Gent. But few,

(Good gentleman!) the wrongs I have done And those but mean.

thee, stir Leon. His princess, say you, with him? Afresb within me; and these thy officers,

Gent. Ay; the most peerless piece of earth, So rarely kind, are as interpreters (ther, That e're the sun.shone bright on. [I think, of my behind-hand slackness !- Welcome hiPaul. O Hermione,

As is the spring to the earth. And hath he too As every present time doth boast itself

Expos'd this paragon, to the fearful usage Above a better, gone; so must thy grave (At least, ungentle,) of the dreadful Neptune, Give way to what's seen now. Sir you your- To greet a man, not worth her pains ; much self The adventure of her person?

(less Have said, and writ so, (but your writing now Flo. Good my lord, Is colder than that theme,*) She had not been, She came from Libya. Nor was not to be equalld;—thus your verse Leon. Where the warlike Smalus, Flow'd with her beauty once; 'tis shrewdly That noble honour'd lord, is fear'd, and lov'd ? To say you have seen a better. [ebb'd,

Flo. Most royal Sir, from thence ; from him, Gent. Pardon, madam:

whose daughter

(thence The one I have almost forgot; (your pardon,) His tears proclaim'd his, parting with her : The other, when she has obtain'd your eye,

(A prosperous south-wind friendly,) we have Will have your tongue too. This is such a

cross'd, creature,

To execute the charge my father gave me, Would she begin a sect, might quench the zeal For visiting your highness: My best train Of all professors else; make proselytes

I have from your Sicilian shores dismiss'd ; Of who she but bid follow.

Who for Bohemia bend, to signify
Paul. How? not women?
Gent. Women will love her, that she is a

Not only my success in Libya, Sir,

But my arrival, and my wife's, in safety
More worth than any man; men, that she is Here, where we are.
The rarest of all women.

Leon. The blessed gods
Leon. Go, Cleomenes ;

Purge all infection from our air, whilst you Yourself, assisted with your honour'd friends, Do climate here! You have a holy father, Bring them to our embracement.-Still 'tis A graceful* gentleman; against whose person, strange,

So sacred as it is, I have done sin: [ Exeunt CLEOMENES, LORDS, and For which the heavens, taking angry note, GENTLEMAN.

Have left me issueless; and your father's Ile thus should steal upon us.

blessed, Paul. Had our prince,

(pair'a (As he from heaven merits it,) with you, (Jewel of children,) seen this hour, he had Worthy his goodness. What might I have been, Well with this lord; there was not full a month Might I a son and daughter now have look'a Between their births.

Such goodly things as you?

[on, Leon. Prythee, no more ; thou know'st,

Enter a LORD. He dies to me again, when talk'd of : sure, Lord. Most noble Sir, When I shall see this gentleman, thy speeches That which I shall report, will bear no credit, Will bring me to consider that, which inay Were not the proofso nigh. Please you, great Unfurnish me of reason.—They are come.-

Sir, Re-enter CLEOMENEs, with FLORIZEL, PERDITA, Bohemia greets you from himself, by me: and Attendants.

Desires

you to attacht his son ; who has Your mother was most true to wedlock, prince; (His dignity and duty both cast off,) For she did print your royal father off, Fled from his father, from his hopes, and with Conceiving you: Were I but twenty-one, A shepherd's daughter. Your father's image is so hit in you,

Leon. Where's Bohemia ? spcak. His very air, that I should call you brother,

Lord Here in the city;I now came from Asl did him; and speak of something, wildly I speak amazedly; and it becomes [him. By us perform'd before. Most dearly welcome! My marval, and my message. To your court And yon fair princess, goddess !-0, alas! Whiles he was hastning, (in the chase, it seems, I lost a couple, that 'twixt heaven and earth Of this fair couple,) meets he on the way Might thus have stood, begetting wonder, as the father of this seeming lady, and You, gracious couple do ! and then I lost Her brother, having both their country quitted (All mine own folly,) the society,

With this young prince. Amity too, of your brave father ; whom, Flo. Camillo has betray'd me; Though bearing misery, I desire my life Whose honour, and whose honesty, till now, Once more to look upon.

Endur'd all weathers.
Flo. By his command

Lord Lay't so, to his charge ;
Have I here touch'd Sicilia : and from him He's with the king your father.
Give you all greetings, that a king, a friend, Leon. Who? Camillo?
Can send his brother: and, but infirmity

Lord. Camillo, Sir; I spake with him ; who *1.4. Than the corse of Hermione, the gubject of Turi jog

* Full of grace and virtue.

now

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