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I further know not.
I slew him there.
Let me end the story:
Marry, the gods forfend!
I would not thy good deeds should from my lips
I have spoke it, and I did it.
Gui. A most incivil one: the wrongs he did me
That headless man
Bind the offender,
Stay, sir king:
And take him from our presence.
This man is better than the man he slew,
As well descended as thyself; and hath.
Had ever scar for. [To the Guard] Let his arms
They were not born for bondage.
Why, old soldier,
Wilt thou undo the worth thou art unpaid for,
By tasting of our wrath?
As good as we?
How of descent
292. incivil, clownish.
305. Had ever scar for, ever deserved by their wounds.
In that he spake too far.
Cym. And thou shalt die for 't.
We will die all three : 310
But I will prove that two on 's are as good
As I have given out him.
Gui. And our good his.
My sons, I must
Your danger's ours.
Have at it then, by leave.
Thou hadst, great king, a subject who
Was call'd Belarius.
First pay me for the nursing of thy sons;
As I have received it.
Nursing of my sons!
Bel. I am too blunt and saucy: here's my
Ere I arise, I will prefer my sons;
Then spare not the old father. Mighty sir,
313. For mine own part. . dangerous, dangerous as regards myself.
How! my issue!
319. Assumed this age, become the old man you see.
Bel. So sure
as you your father's. I, old
Am that Belarius whom you sometime banish'd:
Itself, and all my treason; that I suffer'd
Was all the harm I did.
For such and so they are
Have I train'd up: those
These gentle princes
these twenty years arts they have as I
Could put into them; my breeding was, sir, as
The more of you 'twas felt, the more it shaped
Thou weep'st, and speak'st.
I lost my
If these be they, I know not how to wish
A pair of worthier sons.
Be pleased awhile.
This gentleman, whom I call Polydore,
Most worthy prince, as yours, is true Guiderius:
younger princely son; he, sir, was lapp'd In a most curious mantle, wrought by the hand
338. those... as, such . . . as. 346. shaped unto, fell in with.
354. Unlike, unlikely.
Of his queen mother, which for more probation
I can with ease produce.
Upon his neck a mole, a sanguine star;
It was a mark of wonder.
This is he;
Who hath upon him still that natural stamp:
O, what, am I
Rejoiced deliverance more. Blest pray you be,
No, my lord;
I have got two worlds by 't. O my gentle brothers,
And at first meeting loved;
O rare instinct !
Cor. By the queen's dram she swallow'd.
Hath to it circumstantial branches, which
Distinction should be rich in. Where? how lived you?
382. fierce abridgement, hurried summary.
383. circumstantial branches,
which distinction should be rich in, separate narratives which ought to be followed out in all their rich detail.
And when came you to serve our Roman captive?
Why fled you from the court? and whither?
And your three motives to the battle, with
I know not how much more, should be demanded;
From chance to chance: but nor the time nor
Will serve our long inter'gatories. See,
Posthumus anchors upon Imogen,
And she, like harmless lightning, throws her eye
Imo. You are my father too, and did relieve
To see this gracious season.
Save these in bonds: let them be joyful too,
For they shall taste our comfort.
I will yet do you service.
My good master,
Happy be you!
Cym. The forlorn soldier, that so nobly fought, He would have well becomed this place, and
392. inter gatories, Tyrwhitt s conjecture for Ff interrogatories. 396. the counterchange, the look returning hers.