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The DAUGHTER of SATURIO, TOXILUS, and SAGARISTIO.
Upon my word, young lady, you have given us praiseworthy aid, good. and wise, and sensible. DAU.
If for good persons anything good is done, the same is wont to be both important and pleasing. TOXILUS
Do you hear, you Persian, when you've got the money of him, do you pretend as though you are going straight to the ship. SAGARISTIO
Don't teach me. TOXILUS
Betake yourself back again to our house, that way pointing down the lane through the garden. SAGARISTIO
You are naming what's intended to be done. TOXILUS
But don't you at once be changing your quarters with the money, I recommend you. SAGARISTIO
What's worthy of yourself, do you take to be worthy of me? TOXILUS
Hold your tongue; lower your voice; the spoil is coming out of doors.
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