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E. ANTIPHOLUS Justice, so much gracious Duke; O, [190] provide me justice! Even for the carrier that lengthy considering the fact that I did thee, whilst I bestrid thee within the wars, and took Deep scars to save lots of thy lifestyles; even for the blood That then I misplaced for thee, now supply me justice. AEGEON except the phobia of dying doth make me [195] dote, I see my son Antipholus, and Dromio. E. ANTIPHOLUS Justice, candy Prince, opposed to that lady there! She whom thou gav’st to me to be my spouse, That hath abused and dishonoured me [200] Even within the power and peak of damage. past mind's eye is the incorrect That she at the present time hath shameless thrown on me. DUKE become aware of how, and thou shall locate me simply. E. ANTIPHOLUS at the present time, nice Duke, she close the doorways upon me, [205] whereas she with harlots feasted in my condo. DUKE A grievous fault. Say, girl, didst thou so? ADRIANA No, my sturdy lord. Myself, he, and my sister, To-day did dine jointly. So befall my soul As this can be fake he burdens me withal! [210] LUCIANA Ne’er may well i glance on day nor sleep on evening yet she tells for your Highness uncomplicated fact! ANGELO O perjur’d girl! they're either forsworn. during this the madman justly chargeth them. E. ANTIPHOLUS My liege, i'm urged what I say; [215] Neither disturbed with the impact of wine, Nor heady-rash, provok’d with raging ire, Albeit my wrongs may possibly make one wiser mad. This girl lock’d me out at the present time from dinner; That goldsmith there, have been he no longer pack’d together with her, [220] might witness it, for he used to be with me then; Who parted with me to head fetch a sequence, Promising to deliver it to the Porpentine, the place Balthazar and that i did dine jointly. Our dinner performed, and he now not coming thither, [225] I went to hunt him. on the street I met him, And in his corporation that gentleman. There did this perjur’d goldsmith swear me down That I today of him receiv’d the chain, Which, God he is aware, I observed now not; for the which [230] He did arrest me with an officer. I did obey, and despatched my peasant domestic For yes ducats; he without any return’d. Then really I bespoke the officer to head in individual with me to my apartment. [235] by means of th’ method we met my spouse, her sister, and a rabble extra Of vile confederates. besides them They introduced one Pinch, a hungry lean-fac’d villain, a trifling anatomy, a mountebank, A threadbare juggler, and a fortune-teller, [240] A needy, hollow-ey’d, sharp-looking wretch, A residing lifeless guy. This pernicious slave, Forsooth, took on him as a conjurer, And looking at in mine eyes, feeling my pulse, And with out face, as ’twere, outfacing me, [245] Cries out i used to be possess’d. Then all jointly They fell upon me, sure me, bore me thence, And in a depressing and dankish vault at domestic There left me and my guy, either certain jointly; until, gnawing with my enamel my bonds in sunder, [250] I gain’d my freedom, and instantly Ran hither in your Grace; whom I beseech to provide me considerable pride For those deep shames and nice indignities. ANGELO My lord, truthfully, to this point I witness with him, [255] That he din’d no longer at domestic, yet was once lock’d out.

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