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@@ -320,7 +320,7 @@
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Ma.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>I, but hee&#8217;l haue but a yeare in all these ducates:</LINE>
+<LINE>I, but hee&#8217;l haue but a yeare in all the&#383;e ducates:</LINE>
<LINE>He&#8217;s a very foole, and a prodigall.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
@@ -440,8 +440,8 @@
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>And.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>And you part &#383;o mi&#383;tris, I would I might neuer</LINE>
-<LINE>draw &#383;word agen: Faire Lady, doe you thinke you</LINE>
-<LINE>haue fooles in hand?</LINE>
+<LINE>draw &#383;word agen: Faire Lady, doe you thinke you haue</LINE>
+<LINE>fooles in hand?</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -456,8 +456,8 @@
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Ma.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Now &#383;ir, thought is free: I pray you bring your
-hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
+<LINE>Now &#383;ir, thought is free: I pray you bring your</LINE>
+<LINE>hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -660,7 +660,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Val.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>If the Duke continue the&#383;e fauours towards you</LINE>
-<LINE><NAMEREF>Cesario</NAMEREF>, you are like to be much aduanc&#8217;d, he hath known</LINE>
+<LINE><NAMEREF>Ce&#383;ario</NAMEREF>, you are like to be much aduanc&#8217;d, he hath known</LINE>
<LINE>you but three dayes, and already you are no &#383;tranger.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
@@ -680,7 +680,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Duke.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Who &#383;aw <NAMEREF>Cesario</NAMEREF> hoa?</LINE>
+<LINE>Who &#383;aw <NAMEREF>Ce&#383;ario</NAMEREF> hoa?</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -690,7 +690,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Du.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Stand you a-while aloofe. <NAMEREF>Cesario</NAMEREF>,</LINE>
+<LINE>Stand you a-while aloofe. <NAMEREF>Ce&#383;ario</NAMEREF>,</LINE>
<LINE>Thou know&#383;t no le&#383;&#383;e, but all: I haue vncla&#383;p&#8217;d</LINE>
<LINE>To thee the booke euen of my &#383;ecret &#383;oule.</LINE>
<LINE>Therefore good youth, addre&#383;&#383;e thy gate vnto her,</LINE>
@@ -875,7 +875,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Ol.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>Go too, y&#8217;are a dry foole: Ile no more of you: be-</LINE>
-<LINE>sides you grow di&#383;-hone&#383;t.</LINE>
+<LINE>&#383;ides you grow di&#383;-hone&#383;t.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -1010,8 +1010,8 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Clo.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Now Mercury indue thee with lea&#383;ing, for thou
-&#383;peak&#8217;&#383;t well of fooles.</LINE>
+<LINE>Now Mercury indue thee with lea&#383;ing, for thou</LINE>
+<LINE>&#383;peak&#8217;&#383;t well of fooles.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<STAGEDIR>Enter Maria.</STAGEDIR>
@@ -1296,7 +1296,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<LINE>approach rather to wonder at you, then to heare you. If</LINE>
<LINE>you be not mad, be gone: if you haue rea&#383;on, be breefe:</LINE>
<LINE>&#8216;tis not that time of Moone with me, to make one in &#383;o</LINE>
-<LINE>&#383;kipping a dialogue.</LINE>
+<LINE>skipping a dialogue.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -1357,7 +1357,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Vio.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>In <NAMEREF>Orsinoes</NAMEREF> bo&#383;ome.</LINE>
+<LINE>In <NAMEREF>Or&#383;inoes</NAMEREF> bo&#383;ome.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -1383,7 +1383,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Ol.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Haue you any Commi&#383;&#383;ion from your Lord, to</LINE>
+<LINE>Haue you any Commi&#383;sion from your Lord, to</LINE>
<LINE>negotiate with my face: you are now out of your Text:</LINE>
<LINE>but we will draw the Curtain, and &#383;hew you the pi&#392;ture.</LINE>
<LINE>Looke you &#383;ir, &#383;uch a one I was this pre&#383;ent: I&#383;t not well</LINE>
@@ -1702,7 +1702,7 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<LINE>She made good view of me, indeed &#383;o much,</LINE>
<LINE>That me thought her eyes had lo&#383;t her tongue,</LINE>
<LINE>For &#383;he did &#383;peake in &#383;tarts di&#383;tra&#392;tedly.</LINE>
-<LINE>She loues me &#383;ure, the cunning of her pa&#383;&#383;ion</LINE>
+<LINE>She loues me &#383;ure, the cunning of her pa&#383;sion</LINE>
<LINE>Inuites me in this churli&#383;h me&#383;&#383;enger:</LINE>
<LINE>None of my Lords Ring? Why he &#383;ent her none;</LINE>
<LINE>I am the man, if it be &#383;o, as tis,</LINE>
@@ -2248,8 +2248,8 @@ hand to&#8217;th Buttry barre, and let it drinke.</LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>To.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Come, come, Ile go burne &#383;ome Sacke, tis too late
-to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
+<LINE>Come, come, Ile go burne &#383;ome Sacke, tis too late</LINE>
+<LINE>to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
</SCENE>
@@ -2283,7 +2283,7 @@ to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Cur.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>Fe&#383;te the Ie&#383;ter my Lord, a foole that the Ladie</LINE>
+<LINE><NAMEREF>Fe&#383;te</NAMEREF> the Ie&#383;ter my Lord, a foole that the Ladie</LINE>
<LINE><NAMEREF>Oliuiaes</NAMEREF> Father tooke much delight in. He is about the</LINE>
<LINE>hou&#383;e.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
@@ -2390,22 +2390,28 @@ to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Duke</SPEAKER>
<LINE>I prethee &#383;ing.</LINE>
-<LINE><STAGEDIR>Musicke.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
-<LINE><STAGEDIR>The Song.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
+</SPEECH>
+
+<STAGEDIR>Musicke.</STAGEDIR>
+<STAGEDIR>The Song.</STAGEDIR>
+
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">Come away, come away death,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">And in &#383;ad cypre&#383;&#383;e let me be laide.</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">Fye away, fie away breath,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">I am &#383;laine by a faire cruell maide:</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">My &#383;hrowd of white, &#383;tuck all with Ew, O prepare it.</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">My part of death no one &#383;o true did &#383;hare it.</LINE>
+</STANZA>
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">Not a flower, not a flower &#383;weete</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">On my blacke coffin, let there be &#383;trewne:</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">Not a friend, not a friend greet</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">My poore corpes, where my bones &#383;hall be throwne:</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">A thou&#383;and thou&#383;and &#383;ighes to &#383;aue, lay me &#244; where</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">Sad true louer neuer find my graue, to weepe there.</LINE>
-</SPEECH>
+</STANZA>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Du.</SPEAKER>
@@ -3068,7 +3074,7 @@ to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<LINE>If you will then &#383;ee the fruites of the &#383;port, mark</LINE>
<LINE>his fir&#383;t approach before my Lady: hee will come to her</LINE>
<LINE>in yellow &#383;tockings, and &#8216;tis a colour &#383;he abhorres, and</LINE>
-<LINE>cro&#383;&#383;e garter&#8217;d, a fashion &#383;hee dete&#383;ts: and hee will &#383;mile</LINE>
+<LINE>cro&#383;&#383;e garter&#8217;d, a fa&#383;hion &#383;hee dete&#383;ts: and hee will &#383;mile</LINE>
<LINE>vpon her, which will now be &#383;o vn&#383;uteable to her di&#383;po-</LINE>
<LINE>&#383;ition, being addi&#392;ted to a melancholly, as &#383;hee is, that it</LINE>
<LINE>cannot but turn him into a notable contempt: if you wil</LINE>
@@ -4426,7 +4432,7 @@ to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<LINE>Refu&#383;e it not, it hath no tongue, to vex you:</LINE>
<LINE>And I be&#383;eech you come againe to morrow.</LINE>
<LINE>What &#383;hall you aske of me that Ile deny,</LINE>
-<LINE>That honour (sau&#8217;d) may vpon asking giue.</LINE>
+<LINE>That honour (&#383;au&#8217;d) may vpon asking giue.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
@@ -4566,9 +4572,9 @@ to go to bed now: Come knight, come knight. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Vio.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>I &#383;hall bee much bound to you for&#8217;t: I am one,
-that had rather go with &#383;ir Prie&#383;t, then &#383;ir knight: I care
-not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
+<LINE>I &#383;hall bee much bound to you for&#8217;t: I am one,</LINE>
+<LINE>that had rather go with &#383;ir Prie&#383;t, then &#383;ir knight: I care</LINE>
+<LINE>not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
<STAGEDIR>Enter Toby and Andrew.</STAGEDIR>
@@ -4733,7 +4739,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<LINE>I mu&#383;t obey. This comes with &#383;eeking you:</LINE>
<LINE>But there&#8217;s no remedie, I &#383;hall an&#383;wer it:</LINE>
<LINE>What will you do: now my nece&#383;&#383;itie</LINE>
-<LINE>Makes me to aske you for my purse. It greeues mee</LINE>
+<LINE>Makes me to aske you for my pur&#383;e. It greeues mee</LINE>
<LINE>Much more, for what I cannot do for you,</LINE>
<LINE>Then what befals my &#383;elfe: you &#383;tand amaz&#8217;d,</LINE>
<LINE>But be of comfort.</LINE>
@@ -4764,7 +4770,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEAKER>Ant.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>Will you deny me now,</LINE>
<LINE>I&#383;t po&#383;&#383;ible that my de&#383;erts to you</LINE>
-<LINE>Can lacke per&#383;wasion. Do not tempt my mi&#383;ery,</LINE>
+<LINE>Can lacke per&#383;wa&#383;ion. Do not tempt my mi&#383;ery,</LINE>
<LINE>Lea&#383;t that it make me &#383;o vn&#383;ound a man</LINE>
<LINE>As to vpbraid you with tho&#383;e kindne&#383;&#383;es</LINE>
<LINE>That I haue done for you.</LINE>
@@ -4807,7 +4813,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Ant.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>But oh, how vilde an idoll proues this God:</LINE>
-<LINE>Thou ha&#383;t <NAMEREF>Sebastian</NAMEREF> done good feature, &#383;hame.</LINE>
+<LINE>Thou ha&#383;t <NAMEREF>Seba&#383;tian</NAMEREF> done good feature, &#383;hame.</LINE>
<LINE>In Nature, there&#8217;s no blemi&#383;h but the minde:</LINE>
<LINE>None can be call&#8217;d deform&#8217;d, but the vnkinde.</LINE>
<LINE>Vertue is beauty, but the beauteous euill</LINE>
@@ -4841,7 +4847,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Vio.</SPEAKER>
-<LINE>He nam&#8217;d <NAMEREF>Sebastian</NAMEREF>: I my brother know</LINE>
+<LINE>He nam&#8217;d <NAMEREF>Seba&#383;tian</NAMEREF>: I my brother know</LINE>
<LINE>Yet liuing in my gla&#383;&#383;e: euen &#383;uch, and &#383;o</LINE>
<LINE>In fauour was my Brother, and he went</LINE>
<LINE>Still in this fa&#383;hion, colour, ornament,</LINE>
@@ -4884,7 +4890,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
-<SPEAKER>To</SPEAKER>
+<SPEAKER>To.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>I dare lay any money, twill be nothing yet. <STAGEDIR>Exit</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
@@ -5056,7 +5062,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
<SPEECH>
-<SPEAKER>Ol</SPEAKER>
+<SPEAKER>Ol.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>O &#383;ay &#383;o, and &#383;o be. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
@@ -5337,7 +5343,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<SPEECH>
<SPEAKER>Clo.</SPEAKER>
<LINE>Adui&#383;e you what you &#383;ay: the Mini&#383;ter is heere.</LINE>
-<LINE>Maluolio, Maluolio, thy wittes the heauens re&#383;tore: en-</LINE>
+<LINE><NAMEREF>Maluolio</NAMEREF>, <NAMEREF>Maluolio</NAMEREF>, thy wittes the heauens re&#383;tore: en-</LINE>
<LINE>deauour thy &#383;elfe to &#383;leepe, and leaue thy vaine bibble</LINE>
<LINE>babble.</LINE>
</SPEECH>
@@ -5680,7 +5686,7 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<LINE>Be pleas&#8217;d that I &#383;hake off the&#383;e names you giue mee:</LINE>
<LINE><NAMEREF>Anthonio</NAMEREF> neuer yet was Theefe, or Pyrate,</LINE>
<LINE>Though I confe&#383;&#383;e, on ba&#383;e and ground enough</LINE>
-<LINE><NAMEREF>Orsino&#8217;s</NAMEREF> enemie. A witchcraft drew me hither:</LINE>
+<LINE><NAMEREF>Or&#383;ino&#8217;s</NAMEREF> enemie. A witchcraft drew me hither:</LINE>
<LINE>That mo&#383;t ingratefull boy there by your &#383;ide,</LINE>
<LINE>From the rude &#383;eas enrag&#8217;d and foamy mouth</LINE>
<LINE>Did I redeeme: a wracke pa&#383;t hope he was:</LINE>
@@ -6403,37 +6409,45 @@ not who knowes &#383;o much of my mettle. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt.</STAGEDIR></LINE>
<LINE>We will not part from hence. <NAMEREF>Ce&#383;ario</NAMEREF> come</LINE>
<LINE>(For &#383;o you &#383;hall be while you are a man:)</LINE>
<LINE>But when in other habites you are &#383;eene,</LINE>
-<LINE>Or&#383;ino&#8217;s Mi&#383;tris, and his fancies Queene. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
+<LINE><NAMEREF>Or&#383;ino&#8217;s</NAMEREF> Mi&#383;tris, and his fancies Queene. <STAGEDIR>Exeunt</STAGEDIR></LINE>
</SPEECH>
<STAGEDIR>Clowne &#383;ings.</STAGEDIR>
-<SPEECH>
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">When that I was and a little tine boy,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">with hey, ho, the winde and the raine:</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">A foolish thing was but a toy,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">for the raine it raineth euery day.</LINE>
+</STANZA>
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">But when I came to mans e&#383;tate,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">with hey ho, &#38;c.</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">Gain&#383;t Knaues and Theeues men &#383;hut their gate,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">for the raine, &#38;c.</LINE>
+</STANZA>
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">But when I came alas to wiue,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">with hey ho, &#38;c.</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">By &#383;waggering could I neuer thriue,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">for the raine, &#38;c.</LINE>
+</STANZA>
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">But when I came vnto my beds,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">with hey ho, &#38;c.</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">With to&#383;pottes &#383;till had drunken heades,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">for the raine, &#38;c.</LINE>
+</STANZA>
+<STANZA>
<LINE type="lyric">A great while ago the world begon,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">hey ho, &#38;c.</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">But that&#8217;s all one, our Play is done,</LINE>
<LINE type="lyric">and wee&#8217;l &#383;triue to plea&#383;e you euery day.</LINE>
-</SPEECH>
+</STANZA>
</SCENE>
</ACT>
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