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In Six Volumes William Shakespeare, Joseph Rann. Which shall be either to this
gentleman , Or to her death ; according to our law , Immediately provided in that
case . The . What say you , Hermia ? be advis ' d , fair maid : To you your father ...
Like to Lysander sometime fraine thy tongue , Then stir Demetrius up with bitter
wrong ; And sometimes rail thou like Demetrius ; And from each other look thou
lead them thus , ' Till o ' er their brows death - counterfeiting Neep With leaden ...
fing it in the latter end of the play , before the duke : Peradventure , to make it the
more gracious , I shall sing it after death . [ Exit . S C Ε Ν Ε ΙΙ . Athens . Quince ' s
House . Enter Quince , Flute , Snout , and Starveling . Quin . Have you sent to ...
Let musick sound , while he doth make his choice ; Then , if he lose , he makes a
swali - like end , Fading in musick : that the comparison May stand more proper ,
my eye shall be the stream , And wat ' ry death - bed for him : He may win ; And ...
... am a maid :Please it your majesty , I have done already : The blushes in my
cheeks thus whisper me , We blush , that thou should ' t chuse ; - ' but , be refus ' d
, Let the white death fit on thy cheek for ever , We ' ll ne ' er come there again .
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