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something that nature gave me , his countenance " seems to take from me : he
lets me feed with his hinds , bars me the place of a brother , and , as much as in
him lies , d mines my gentility with my education . This is it , Adam , that grieves
I am given , sir , secretly to understand , that your younger brother Orlando hath a
disposition to come in disguis ' d against me to try a fall : To - morrow , · fir , I
wrestle for my credit ; and he that escapes me without some broken limb , shall ...
In his own conduct , purposely to take His brother here , and put him to the sword
: And to the skirts of this wild wood he came ; . Where , meeting with an old
religious man , After some i question with him , was converted Both from his
Pardon , madam ; The count Rousillon cannot be my brother : I am from humble ,
he from honour ' d name ; No note upon my parents , his all noble : My master ,
my dear lord he is ; and I His servant live , and will his vassal die : He must not ...
That I , dear brother , be now ta ' en for you ! Sir To . Come hither , knight ; come
hither , Fabian ; We ' ll whisper o ' er a couplet or two of most sage saws . Vio . He
nam ' d Sebastian : I my brother know Yet living in my glass ; even such and so ...
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