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Amiens fings . S O N G . Blow , blow , thou winter wind , Thou art not so m unkind
As man ' s ingratitude ; Thy tooth is not so keen , * Because thou art not seen ,
Although thy breath be rude . ' fipper ' d pantaloon ; ] — a favourite Italian
Why , if thou never waft at court , thou never saw ' st good manners ; if thou never
saw ' st good manners , then thy manners must be wicked ; and wickedness is sin
, and sin is damnation : Thou art in a * parlous state , shep· herd . . . Cor .
I have now found thee ; when I lose thee again , I care not : yet art thou good for
nothing but ' taking up ; and that thou art scarce worth . Par . Hadst thou not the
privilege of antiquity upon thee , Laf . Do not plunge thyself too far in anger , left ...
Mark , and perform it ; ( feest thou ? ) for the * fail Of any point in ' t Ihall not only
be Death to thyself , but to thy lewd - tongu ' d wife ; Whom , for this time , we
pardon . We enjoin thee , As thou art liegeman to us , that thou carry This female
What , art fo near ? If thou ' lt see a thing to talk - on when thou art dead and rotten
, come hither . What ail ' lt thou , man ? Clo . I have seen two such lights , by sea ,
and by land ; - but I am not to say , it is a sea , for it is now the sky ; betwixt the ...
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