It is a fery discretion‑answere; saue the fall is in
the 'ord, dissolutely: the ort is (according to our mea
ning) resolutely: his meaning is good.
Here comes faire Mistris
yong for your sake, Mistris
The dinner is on the Table, my Father desires
your worships company.
I am not a‑hungry, I thanke you, forsooth: goe,
Sirha, for all you are my man, goe wait vpon my Cosen
Shallow: a Iustice of peace sometime
may be beholding
to his friend, for a Man; I keepe but three Men, and a
Boy yet, till my Mother be dead: but what though, yet
I liue like a poore Gentleman borne.
I may not goe in without your worship: they
will not sit till you come.
I'faith, ile eate nothing: I thanke you as much as
though I did.
I had rather walke here (I thanke you) I bruiz'd
my shin th' other day, with playing at Sword and Dag
ger with a Master of Fence (three veneys for a dish of
stew'd Prunes) and by my troth, I cannot abide the smell
of hot meate since. Why doe your dogs barke so? be
there Beares ith' Towne?
I loue the sport well, but I shall as soone quarrell
as any man in
England: you are afraid if
you see the
Beare loose, are you not?
That's meate and drinke to me now: I haue seene
Saskerson loose, twenty times, and haue taken
him by the
Chaine: but (I warrant you) the women haue so cride
and shrekt at it, that it past: But women indeede, cannot
abide 'em, they are very ill‑fauour'd rough things.
Slender, come; we stay for you.
Anne: your selfe shall goe first.
doe you that wrong.
Ile rather be vnmannerly, then troublesome: you
doe your selfe wrong indeede‑la.
Go your waies, and aske of Doctor
which is the way; and there dwels one
which is in the manner of his Nurse; or his dry‑Nurse; or
his Cooke; or his Laundry; his Washer, and his Ringer.