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And do you , Gratiano , mean good faith ? Gra . Yes , ' faith , my lord . Bas . Our
feast shall be much honour ' d in your marriage . Gra . We ' ll play with them , the
first boy , for a thousand ducats . Ner . What , and stake down ? Gra . No ; we
I think , she means to tangle mine eyes too :No , ' faith proud mistress , hope not
after it ; ' Tis not your inky brows , your black - silk hair , . Your bugle eye - balls ,
nor your cheek of cream , That can entame my spirits to your worship .You foolish
Par . So please your majesty , my master hath been an honourable gentleman ;
tricks he hath had in him , which gentlemen have . King . Come , come , to the
purpose ; Did he love this woman ? Par . ' Faith , sir , he did love her . King . But
I hope to see a housewife take thee between her legs , and fpin it off . Sir And . '
Faith , I ' ll home to - morrow , fir Toby : your niece will not be seen ; or , if she be ,
it ' s four to one she ' ll none of me : the count himself , here hard by , wooes her .
Let him be the devil , an he will , I care not : ' give me faith , say I . Well , it ' s all
one . [ Exit . Oli . What ' s a drunken man like , fool ? Clo . Like a drown ' d man , a
fool , and a madman : one draught above heat makes him a fool , the second ...
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