In conclusion, I stand affected to her.
I would you were set, so your affection would
And haue you?
Are they not lamely writt?
Madam & Mistres, a thousand good‑morrows.
Oh, 'giue ye‑good‑ev'n: heer's a million of
Valentine, and seruant, to you two
He should giue her interest: & she giues it him.
I thanke you (gentle Seruant) 'tis very Clerkly‑
Perchance you think too much of so much pains?
No (Madam) so it steed you, I will write
(Please you command) a thousand times as much:
And yet you will: and yet, another yet.
Madam, they are for you.
Please you, Ile write your Ladiship another.
If it please me, (Madam?) what then?
Nay: I was riming: 'tis you y
To doe what?
To be a spokes‑man from Madam
To your selfe: why, she woes you by a figure.
By a Letter, I should say.