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Enter Bassanio, Antonio, Gratiano, and their fol
Por. Let me give light, but let me not be light;
Ant. No more than I am well acquitted of.
Por. Sir, you are very welcome to our house : It must appear in other ways than words, Therefore, I scant this breathing courtesy":
[Gratiano and Nerissa seem to talk apart. Gra. By yonder moon, I swear, you do me
do take it, love, so much at heart.
Ner, What talk you of the posy, or the value?
Gra Untot Deser That i And n But the
• Verbal, complimentary form.
should hold day with the App
walk la absence of these pe give light, but let me met die fe doth make a heary basta
Bassanio so for me;
nk you, madam; gire welke
this is Antonio, so Infinitely bound. hould in all sease be much har
he was much bound for her retiran I am vell acquistella
are very welcome to our hear
sther ways than words at this breathing courtesy
no and Nerissa sen to tulip oder moon, I swear,
to the judge's clerk: elt that had it, for my path it, love, so much at het
ho, already? what's the per hoop of gold, a paltry ring mo; whose posy 78
or it till your hour of death lie with you in your grow
No, not my
Gra. We Tor, if I do
Ant. La Por, Sir
You would abate the strength of your displeasure.
Nor I in yours,
Por. If you had known the virtue of the ring,
had pleas'd to have defended it,
Bass. No, by mine honour, madam, by my soul,
Of my dear friend. What should I say, sweet lady?
I was enforc'd to send it after him;
Por. Aud bit
Por. For by
Had you been there, I think, you would have begg'a
Por. Let not that doctor e'er come near my house:
Sret Portis to whom I gave the ride, ut whom I gave them erte for wat isare che non asly I left the ring
No, not my body, nor my husband's bed:
Ner. And I his clerk; therefore be well advis'd, How you do leave me to mine own protection.
Gra. Well, do you so: let not me take him then; For, if I do, I'll mar the young clerk's pen.
Ant. I am the uvhappy subject of these quarrels.
Mark you but that!
Nay, but hear me:
Ant. I once did lend my body for his wealth*; Which, but for him that had your husband's ring,
[To Portia. Had quite miscarried: I dare be bound again, My soul upon the forfeit, that your lord Will never more break faith advisedly.
Por, Then you shall be bis surety: Give him this; And bid him keep it better than the other.
Ant. llere, lord Bassanio; swear to keep this ring. Bass. By beaven, it is the same I gave the doctor!
Por. I had it of lim : pardon me, Bassanio; For by this ring'the doctor lay with me.
Ner. And pardon me, my gentle Graliano;
aid be accepted birth tie strogth of four dik
known tie nrtoe te sess that gave the ring ar lo contaja the ring
2. bare parts with the
** 10 troch arrasogade, I to have dcfended it Vreal, weated the modest
ed as a Ce what to beliere;
some roman bad the price Lune honour, madam, by
kata ciril doctor, three thousand dacats are 198, the which I did verybod to go displeasd avar; held up the rerrlie
1. What should I say,
send it alter hin; name and courtest; pot let ingratitude :: Pardon me, good lost of candles of the night ive the worthy doctor doctor e'er come per ! e jewel that I lord, did swear to keep furt
, I think, you would
ral as you:
thing I have,
For that same scrubbed boy, the doctor's clerk,
Gra. Why, this is like the mending of highways
Por. Speak not so grossly. You are all amaz'd:
I ain dumb.
Bass. Sweet doctor, you shall be my bedfellow;
Ner. Ay, and I'll give thein him without a fee.-
How now, Lorenzo ?
Of starved people.