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SOLINUS , Duke of Ephesus . Ægeon , a Merchant of Syracuse . ANTIPHOLUS of Ephesus , twin - brothers , and sons to Antipholus of Syracuse , Ægeon and Æmilia , but unknovon to each other . Dromio of Ephesus , twin - brothers ...
ACT I. SCENE I. A Hall in the Duke's Palace . Enter Duke , ÆgEON , Jailer , Officer , and other Attendants . Ægeon . PROCEED , Solinus , to procure my fall , And , by the doom of death , end woes and all . Duke .
Duke . Well , Syracusan , say , in brief , the cause Why thou departedst from thy native home ; And for what cause thou cam'st to Ephesus . Æge . A heavier task could not have been imposed , Than I to speak my griefs unspeakable .
Duke . Nay , forward , old man ; do not break off so ; For we may pity , though not pardon thee . Æge . O , bad the gods done so , I had not now Worthily termed them merciless to us ! For ere the ships could meet by twice five leagues ...
Duke . Hapless Ægeon , whom the fates have marked To bear the extremity of dire mishap ! Now , trust me , were it not against our laws , Against my crown , my oath , my dignity , Which princes , would they , may not disannul , My soul ...
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