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to sechs, at chøte Goudziens me from these two.
Að. Hon tarra. De the French Lord,Mounfier le Boune ? Wicka mate him, and therefore let him pafie for a man, in 4490°, a kaowa, isklinne to be a mocker, but he, why he hath a haut, detto, jas - 21e Neapolitans, a better bad habite offrow2 le Code coud, Paistine, nec is euery man in no man, if a Jeske, big boodaustraight a canting, nee will fence with his And Claim 1. Phonic mare nim, I fhould marry twenty hund 4. Ne Woase dele te me. I would forgive him, for if In dibah dh à cataruit, lihat: neuer requite him.
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Muskovou of the Scottir Lord his Neigh
Azz How like pomery, the Duke of Saxo
Par by Vildaty w the morning when he is sober, and most vilely in the afternoone w des de s'ude : when ne is beft, hee is a little ware then a man, and when de is work he is little better then a beart, and the word that eace, hopel stall make that to go without him,
Ner. If he should offer to choold and choose the right Cafket, you should refuse to performe your fathers willyif you shold refufe to accept him.
For. Therfore for feare of the worst, I prethee it a deep glase
of Reynish Wine on the contrary Casket, for if the diuell bee within,and that temptation without, I know he will choofe it. I will do any thing Neriffa,ere ile be married to a fpunge.
Ner. You need not feare Lady, the hauing any of thefe Lords, they haue acquainted me with their determinations, which is indeed to returne to their home, and to trouble you with no more fute, vnleffe you may be won by fome orher fort then your fathers impofition,depending on the Caskets.
Por.If Iliue to be as olde as Sibilla,I will die as chafte as Diana, vnleffe I bee obtained by the manner of my fathers will: Z am glad this parcell of wooers are fo reasonable,for there is not one among them but / dote on his very abfence; & Ipray God grant them a faire departure.
Ner.Do you not remember Lady in your fathers time, avenetian Scholler and a Souldior that came hither in company of the Marqueffe of Mountferrat?
Portia. Yes, yes,it was Baffanio, as I thinke he was fo call'd. Ner. True Maddam, he of all the men that euer my foolis eyes lookt vpon, was the beft deferuing a faire Lady.
Por. I remember him well, and I remember him worthy of thy praise. How now, what newes?
Enter a feruingman.
Ser.The foure ftrangers feeke for you Madame, to take their leaue; and there is a fore-runner come from a fift, the Prince of Moroco, who brings word the Prince his Mafter will be heere to night.
Por.If I could bid the fift welcome, with fo good a heart as I can bid the other foure farwell, fhould be glad of his approch: if he haue the condition of a Saint, and the complection of a di uell, had rather he fhould fhriue me then wiue me.Come Ner-. riffa,firra go before: whiles we shut the gates vpon one wooer, another knocks at the doore.
Enter Bassanio,with Shylocke the lew.
The Comical History of the Merchant of Venice.
Enter Ambonia, Salaryno, and Salanio.
Nthonie. Infooth I know not why I am so fad,
Salarino. Your minde is toffing on the Ocean,
Saar. My winde cooling my broth,
Is fad to thinke vpon his merchandize.
Anth, Beleeue me no: I thanke my fortune forit,
Stler. Not in loue neither? Then let vs fay you are fad,