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  • Title: A Yorkshire Tragedy (Third Folio, 1664)

  • Copyright Digital Renaissance Editions. This text may be freely used for educational, non-profit purposes; for all other uses contact the Editor.
    Authors: Thomas Middleton, William Shakespeare
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    A Yorkshire Tragedy (Third Folio, 1664)

    575The Master meets him.
    Mr. How is't with you sir, me-thinks you look of a
    distracted colour.
    Hus. Who, I sir? 'tis but your fancy,
    Please you walk in, sir, and I'le soon resolve you,
    580I want one small part to make up the sum,
    And then my brother shall rest satisfied.
    M. I shall be glad to see it, sir, I'le attend you.Exeunt.