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Servant

Must he needs trouble me in ’t?

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Sempronius 
Must he needs trouble me in ’t? Hum! ’Bove all others?
He might have tried Lord Lucius or Lucullus;
And now Ventidius is wealthy too,
Whom he redeemed from prison. All these
Owes their estates unto him.
Servant
My lord,
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Act 3
Scene 3
Line 1

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O, master, if you did but hear the peddler

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Servant
O, master, if you did but hear the peddler at
the door, you would never dance again after a tabor
and pipe; no, the bagpipe could not move you. He
sings several tunes faster than you’ll tell money. He
utters them as he had eaten ballads and all men’s
ears grew to his tunes.
Shepherd’s Son
He could never come better.
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Act 4
Scene 4
Line 214

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His princess, say you, with him?

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Leontes
His princess, say you, with him?
Servant
Ay, the most peerless piece of earth, I think,
That e’er the sun shone bright on.
Paulina
O Hermione,
As every present time doth boast itself
Above a better gone, so must thy grave
Give way to what’s seen now.
To Servant.

… continue reading this quoteSir, you yourself
Have said and writ so—but your writing now
Is colder than that theme—she had not been
Nor was not to be equalled.

Source:
Act 5
Scene 1
Line 118

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