Orlando , my liege ; the youngest son of fir Rowland de Boys . Duke . I would ,
thou hadst been son to some man elfe . The world esteem ' d thy father
honourable , But I did find him still mine enemy : . Thou shouldst have better
pleas ' d me ...
I am undone ! while I play the good husband at home , my son and my servant
spend all at the university . Tra . How now ! what ' s the matter ? Bap . What , is
the man lunatick ? Tra . Sir , you seem a sober ancient gentleman by your habit ,
Now to all sense ' tis gross , You love my son ; invention is alham ' d , Against the
proclamation of thy passion , To say , thou dost not : therefore tell me true ; But tell
me then , ' tis so : — for , look , thy cheeks Confess it one to the other ; and ...
This has been some Itair - work , some trunk - work , some behind - door - work :
they were warmer that got this , than the poor thing is here . I ' ll take it up for pity :
yet I ' ll tarry till my son come ; he holloo ' d but even now . Whoa , họ hoa !
By my white beard , You offer him , if this be so , a wrong Something unfilial :
Reason , my son Should chuse himself a wife ; but as good reason , The father (
all whose joy is nothing else But fair posterity ) should hold some counsel In such
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