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ar 110 V Orla . I pray you , mar no more of my verses with reading them ill -
favouredly . Faq . Rosalind is your love ' s name ? Orla . Yes , just . Jaq . I do not
like her name . Orla . There was no thought of pleasing you , when she was
christen ' d ...
U IVIC Orla . I am glad of your departure : adieu , good mon . sieur melancholy . [
Cel . and Ros . come forward . Rof . I will speak to him like a saucy lacquey , and
under that habit play the knave with him . - - Do you hear , forester ? Orla .
Orla . What ' s that ? Ref . Why , horns ; which such as you are fain to be beholden
to your wives for : but he comes armed in his fortune , and prevents the Nander of
his wife . Orla . Virtue is no horn - maker ; and my Rosalind is virtuous . Rof .
Orla . Then , in mine own person , I die . Roj . No , faith , die by attorney . The poor
world is almost six thousand years old , and in all this time there was not any man
died in his own person , videlicet , in a love cause . Troilus had his brains ...
Orla . A man that had a wife with such a wit , he might say , - Wit , whither wilt ?
Rof . Nay , you might keep that check for it , ' till you met your wife ' s wit going to
your neighbour ' s bed . Orla . And what wit could wit have to excuse that ? Rof .
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