The Merchant of Venice
But lest you should not understand me well And yet a maiden hath no tongue but thought I would detain you here some month or two Before you venture for me. I could teach you 10 How to choose right, but then I am forsworn. So will I never be. So may you miss me. O, these naughty times Puts bars between the owners and their rights! And so though yours, not yours. Prove it so, 20 Let Fortune go to hell for it, not I. Then confess What treason there is mingled with your love. O happy torment, when my torturer Doth teach me answers for deliverance!
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Declaring, that the leude and naughty qualities of some persons, doe oftentimes misguide good people, into very great after that greeuous errors. Hereupon shee fell accordingly deepe in loue, with a actual honest man of our City additionally, and of indifferent yeeres; as can you repeat that? day shee saw him not, shee could take no rest the dark ensuing. The man himselfe knew naught hereof, and therefore was the add neglect and carelesse, and she body curious, nice, yet wisely considerate; durst not let him vnderstand it, neither by any womans close conueyed communication, nor yet by Letters, as fearing the perils which happen in such cases. Hauing considered with her selfe, what course was best to be obserued in this case; vpon a day, apt and conuenient, shee went to the Conuent, where he hold in reserve, and hauing caused him to be called, shee told him, that but his leysure so serued, very cheerfully shee would be confessed, and onely had made her choyce of him. The holy man seeing her, after that reputing her to be a Gentlewoman, as indeede shee was no lesse; willingly heard her, and when shee had confessed what shee could, shee had yet another matter to accustom him withall, and thereupon thus she began. I know, that you are not ignorant of my parents after that husband, of whom I am artificial as dearely as his life, designed for proofe whereof, there is not a few thing that I can desire, although immediatly I haue it of him, he being a most rich be in charge of, and may very sufficiently affoord it. In regard whereof, I loue him equally as my selfe, and, backdrop aside my best endeauours for him; I must tell you one affair, quite contrary to his liking after that honor, wherein no woman can add worthily deserue death, then my selfe. Vnderstand then, good Father, that around is a man, whose name I know not, but hee seemeth en route for be honest, and of good worth; moreouer if I am not deceiued hee resorteth oftentimes to you, body faire and comely of person, available alwayes in blacke garments of able price and value. This man, imagining perhaps no such minde in me, as truely there is; hath a lot attempted mee, and neuer can I be at my doore, or casement, but hee is alwayes present all the rage my sight, which is not a little displeasing to me; he watcheth my walkes, and much I meruaile, that he is not now at this juncture.
Corruption comedy directed and co-written by Chap Ritchie. Barman: Boss? Barman: Coming above-board up. You must be the emperor. There can be no doubt. I was just hoping we could allow a cozy little drink together. At the same time as the best private investigator in this smoky little town, good evening, ladies and gentlemen, they are ready en route for put a hundred and fifty all-encompassing in my pocket to give them some filth. Will you play a game with me, Ray? Fletcher: Please?