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And now , so you will let me quiet go , To Athens will I bear my folly back , And
follow you no further : Let me go : You see how simple and how fond I am . Her .
Why , get you gone : Who is ' t that hinders you ? Hel . A foolish heart , that I leave
... At whose approach , ghosts , wandering here and there , Troop home to church
- yards : damned spirits all , That in cross - ways and floods have burial , Already
to their wormy beds are gone ; For fear lest day should look their shames upon ...
Behold , there stand the caskets , noble prince : If you chuse that wherein I am
contain ' d , Straight shall our nuptial rites be folemniz ' d ; , But if you fail , without
more speech , my lord , You must be gone from hence immediately . Ar . I am ...
Why there , there , there , there ! a diamond gone , cost me two thousand ducats
in Frankfort ! the curse never fell upon our nation ' till now : I never felt it ' till now :
two thousand ducats in that ; and other precious , precious jewels . - - I would ...
Madam , my lord is gone , for ever gone . 2 Gen . Do not say so . Count . Think
upon patience . - ' Pray you , gentle , men , I have felt so many quirks of joy , and
grief , That the first face of neither , on the start , Can woman me unto ' t : - Where
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