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Madam . Sly . Alce madam , or Joan madam ? Lord . Madam , and nothing else ;
so lords call ladies . Sly . Madam wife , they say , that I have dream ' d , and slept
Above some fifteen years and more . Lady . Ay , and the time seems thirty unto ...
No , madam , ' tis not so well , that I am poor ; though many of the rich are damn '
d : But , if I may have your ladyship ' s P good will to go to the world , Ilbel the
woman and I will do as we may . Count . Wilt thou needs be a beggar ? Clo .
So say I , madam , if he run away , as I hear he does : the danger is in standing to
' t ; that ' s the loss of men , though it be the getting of children . Here they come ,
will tell you more : for my part , I only hear , your son was run away .
Madam , there is at the gate a young gentleman , much desires to speak with you
. Oli . From the count Orsino , is it ? Mar . I know not , madam ; ' tis a fair young
man , and well attended . Oli . Who of my people hold him in delay ? Mar . Sir
Truly , madam , he holds Belzebub at the stave ' s end , as well as a man in his
case may do : h ' as here writ a letter to you , I should have given ' t you to day
morning ; but as a madman ' s epistles are no gospels , fo ' it skills not much ,
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