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Go take it hence, be gone, and say no more.
H6r. Tailor, I'll pay thee for thy gown to-morrow,
Pet. Well, come, my Kate, we will unto your fa-
furniture, and mean array.
Cath. I dare assure you, Sir, 'tis almost two;
Pet. It shall be seven ere I
[The presenters, above, Speak bere. Lord. “ Who's within there?
(Sly feeps. VOL. IV.
go to horfc.
Enter Servants, Asleep again? go take him easily up, and put * him in his own apparel again. But see you 66. wake him-not in
case, Séru. “ It shall be done, my Lord: come, help 36.to bear him hence."
[They bear of Sly. SCENE, before Baptista's Houfe. Enter TRANIO, and the Pedant dressed like
Tra. Sir, this is the house, please it you that I call?
Ped. Ay, what eller and (but I be deceived,) Signior Baptista may remember me Near twenty years ago in Genoa, Where we were lodgers, at the Pegasus. (22)
Tra. 'Tis well, and hold your own in any case, With such austerity as 'longeth to a father,
Enter TIONDELLO. Ped. I warrant you: but, Sir, here comes your "Twere good he were schooled.
Bion. Tut, fear not me.
(22) Tra. tl'here we were lodgers at the Pegasus.] This line has in all the editions hitherto been given to Tranio.
But Tranio could with no propriety speak this, either in his assumed or real charader ducentio was too young to
know any thing of lodging with his father, twenty years "before at Genoa : and Tranio must be as much too young, or very unfit to represent and perfonate Lucentio. Ibave ventured to place the line to the Pedant, to whom it must sccrtainly belong, and is a lequel of what he was before saying.
Bion. I told him that your father was in Venice, And that you looked for him this day in Padua...
. Tra Th’art a tall fellow, hold thee that to drink;
Enter BAPTISTA and LUCENTIO.
Ped. Soft, son. Sir, by your leave, having come to
Bap. Sir, pardon me in what I have to say:
Be we affied; and such affurance ta’en,
Bap. Not in my house, Lucentio; for, you know,
Tra. Then at my lodging, an it like you, Sir,
Bap. It likes me well. Go, Cambio, hye you bomex
Bion. You saw my malter wink and laugh upon you.
lur. Biondello, what of that?
Bion. 'Faith, nothing; but l’as left me here be. hind to expound the meaning or moral of his figas and tokens.
Lur. I pray thee, moralize theme
Bion. Then thus. Baptida is fafę, talking with the deceiving father of a deceitful fon. Luc. And what of him?.
Bion. His daughter is to be brought by you, to the supper.
· Luc. And then? : Bion. The old priest at St Luke's church is at your command at all hours.. Luc. And what of all this?
Bion. I cannot tell, except they are busied about a counterfeit alsurance; take you assurance of her, cum privilegio ad imprimendum folùn; to th' church. take the priest, clerk, and some sufficient honest witnesses. If this be not that you look for, I have no more to say, But bid Bianca farewel for ever and a day. .
Luc. Hearest thou, Biondello ?
Bion. I cannot tarry; I knew a wench married in an afternoon as the went to the garden for parfly to stuff a rabbet; and fo may you, Sir, and io adieu, Sir; iny maiter hath appointed me to go tó St Luke's, to bid the priest be ready to come an gainst you come with your appendix.. [Exit.
Luc. I may, and will, if flue be so contented : She will be pleased, then wherefore lhould I doubt?' Hap what hap may, I'll roundly go about her: It Thall-go-hard if. Cambio go without her. [Exit.
SCENE, a green
Lane... Enter PETRUCHIO, CAT-HARINA, and HORTENSIO, Pet. Come on, o' God's naine, once more towards our father's.
[moon! Good Lord, how bright and goodly shines the Cath.: The moon! the sun; it is not moon: now.