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SCENĘ, the Duke's Palace in Milan!".
Enter DUKE, THURIO, and PROTHEUS.'.
: : - DUKE.'? ..... it CIR Thurio, give us leave, I pray, a while; si J We have some secrets to confer about.
** [Exit Thur. Now tell me, Protheus, what's your will with me?
Pro. My gracious Lord, that which I would dif-
Duke. Be they of much import?, Latina
l'al. The tenor of them doth but figniff My health, and happy being at your court. T ot
Duko. Nay then, no matters stay with me a while; I am to break with thee of fonae affairs op uit That touch me near, wherein thou must be fecret... 'Tis not unknown to thee, that I have fought.. To match my friend, Sir Thurio, to my daughter.
Val. I know it welt, my Lord, and sure the match Were rich and honourable; besides, the gentlemani.
Val. What lets but one may enter at her window?
Duke. Her chamber is aloft, far from the ground,
Val. Why then a ladder quaintly made of cords.
Duke. Now, as thou art a gentleman of blood;