The Second Part of king Henry The Fourth.
one, and the pox pinches the other; and so both the De
grees prevent my curses. Boy?
What money is in my purse?
Seuen groats, and two pence.
I can get no remedy against this Consumption of
the purse. Borrowing onely lingers, and lingers it out,
but the disease is incureable. Go beare this letter to my
Lord of Lancaster, this to the Prince, this to the Earle of
Westmerland, and this to old Mistris
Vrsula, whome I
haue weekly sworne to marry, since perceiu'd the first
white haire on my chin. About it: you know where to
finde me. A pox of this Gowt, or a Gowt of this Poxe:
for the one or th'other playes the rogue with my great
toe: It is no matter, if I do halt, I haue the warres for my
colour, and my Pension shall seeme the more reasonable.
A good wit will make vse of any thing: I will turne dis
eases to commodity.
)we should advance our selues Hastings) standeth thus
With him, we may.
Bardolfe, for indeed Hotspurrescase, at Shrewsbury.