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In Six Volumes William Shakespeare, Joseph Rann. Por . I pray you , let me look
upon the bond . Sby . Here ' tis , most reverend doctor , here it is . Por . Shylock ,
there ' s thrice thy money offer ' d thee . Shy . An oath , an oath , I have an oath in
This life is most jolly . ... If that you were the good fir Rowland ' s son , As you have
whispered faithfully you were ; And as mine eye doth his effigies witness Most
truly limn ' d , and living in your face , Be truly welcome hither : I am the duke ...
... know yourself ; down on your knees , And thank heaven , fasting , for a good
man ' s love : For I must tell you friendly in your ear ,Sell when you can ; you are
not for all markets : Cry the man mercy ; love him ; take his offer ; & Foul is most
By my troth , and in good earnest , and so God mend me , and by all pretty oaths
that are not dangerous , if you break one jot of your promise , or come one minute
behind your hour , I will think you the most pathetical break - promise , and the ...
Dispatch the most convenient messenger :When , haply , he shall hear that she is
gone , He will return ; and hope I may , that she , Hearing so much , will speed
her foot again , Led hither by pure love : which of them both Is dearest to me , 9 I ...
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