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What? that my leg is too long?
No, that it is too little.
Ile weare a Booet to make it somewhat roun
But loue will not be spurd to what it loathes.
What saies she to my face?
She saies it is a faire one.
Nay then the wanton lies; my face is blacke.
How likes she my discourse?
Ill, when you talke of war.
But well when I discourse of loue and peace?
But better indeede, when you hold you peace.
What sayes she to my valour?
Oh Sir, she makes no doubt of that.
She needes not, when she knowes it cowardize.
What saies she to my birth?
That you are well deriu'd.
True: from a Gentleman, to a foole.
Considers she my Possessions?
Oh, I: and pitties them.
That such an Asse should owe them.
That they are out by Lease.
Here comes the Duke.
Saw you my daughter?