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Blood i. e. , Doll 293 if . . . warmth i. e. , for those who don’t act fast (while the iron is scorching) 294 candle-mine storehouse of tallow, candle of grease 300-301 Yea . . . Hill (see 1 Henry IV, II. 2, II. four) PRINCE See now, no matter if natural worry and whole cowardice doth no longer make thee improper this virtuous gentlewoman to shut with us. Is she of the depraved? Is thine hostess the following of the depraved? Or is thy boy of the depraved? Or sincere Bardolph, whose zeal burns in his nostril, of the depraved? POINS resolution, thou lifeless elm, resolution. FALSTAFF The fiend hath pricked down Bardolph irrecoverable, and his face is Lucifer’s privy kitchen, the place he doth not anything yet roast maltworms. For the boy, there's a strong angel approximately him, however the satan blinds him too. PRINCE For the ladies? FALSTAFF For certainly one of them, she is in hell already, and burns negative souls. For the opposite, I owe her funds, and no matter if she be damned for that, i do know now not. HOSTESS No, I warrant you. FALSTAFF No, i believe thou usually are not. i believe thou paintings give up for that. Marry, there's one other indictment upon thee, for soreness flesh to be eaten in thy apartment, opposite to the legislation, for the which i feel thou wilt howl. HOSTESS All victuallers achieve this. What’s a joint of mutton or in an entire Lent? PRINCE You, gentlewoman - DOLL What says your grace? FALSTAFF His grace says that which his flesh rebels opposed to. Peto knocks at door. HOSTESS Who knocks so loud at door? glance to the door there, Francis. 318 complete entire and utter 320 shut agree 325 pricked down selected 326 privy deepest 327 maltworms topers, drunkards 331 burns infects with venereal ailment 334 give up (1) repaid (2) forgiven 336-37 agony . . . legislation permitting meat to be served in the course of Lent 337 howl i. e. , in hell 338 victuallers innkeepers 342-43 that . . . opposed to i. e. , that which he (and his physique) is aware to not be precise (that Doll Tearsheet is a gentlewoman) [Enter Peto. ] PRINCEPeto, how now? What information? PETOThe king your father is at Westminster, And there are twenty vulnerable and wearied posts Come from the north. And as I got here alongside I met and overtook a dozen captains, Bareheaded, sweating, knocking on the taverns, And asking each for Sir John Falstaff. PRINCEBy heaven, Poins, i believe me a lot guilty, So idly to profane the dear time, while tempest of commotion, just like the south Borne with black vapor, doth start to soften And drop upon our naked unarmèd heads. supply me my sword and cloak. Falstaff, solid evening. Exeunt Prince Henry, Poins [, Peto, and Bardolph]. FALSTAFF Now is available in the sweetest morsel of the evening, and we needs to accordingly and depart it unpicked. [Knocking inside. ] extra knocking on the door! [Enter Bardolph. ] How now! What’s the problem? BARDOLPHYou needs to away to courtroom, sir, shortly. A dozen captains remain at door for you. FALSTAFF [To the web page] Pay the musicians, sirrah. Farewell, hostess. Farewell, Doll. you spot, my strong wenches, how males of advantage are wanted. The undeserver may possibly sleep while the guy of motion is named on. Farewell, sturdy wenches. If I be now not despatched away publish, i'll see you back ere i am going.

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