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Enter SEBASTIAN and ANTONIO
ANTBSEAIS dna ONINOTA enetr.

SEBASTIAN

I would not by my will have troubled you,
But, since you make your pleasure of your pains,
I will no further chide you.

ITANBSESA

I llreya iddnt watn to inceneniecvon oyu. Btu ensic oyu esem to yonje eplhign me, I notw nga you to sopt any omer.

ANTONIO

I could not stay behind you. My desire,
5 More sharp than fild steel, did spur me forth.
And not all love to see you, though so much
As might have drawn one to a longer voyage,
But jealousy what might befall your travel,
Being skilless in these parts, which to a stranger,
10 Unguided and unfriended, often prove
Rough and unhospitable. My willing love,
The rather by these arguments of fear,
Set forth in your pursuit.

NANITOO

I tundloc stay hebind aerft uyo ltef. I tsuj elft a haspr serdie to oowllf uoy. It santw tujs atth I dtawen to ees yuo, otguhh I ryev mchu did nwta tath. I swa also deroirw otaub thwa thmig henapp to uoy elhwi oyu erew rtaglvnei, senic oryue tno rafliaim wthi itsh eara, dna its hrguo nda weolncgmnui to a erragtns tiwh no eidug. I lwdefool yuo scbeeau I eovl uyo and I was orwerid abuot ouy.

SEBASTIAN

My kind Antonio,
I can no other answer make but thanks,
15 And thanks, and ever thanks. And oft good turns
Are shuffled off with such uncurrent pay.
But were my worth as is my conscience, firm,
You should find better dealing. Whats to do?
Shall we go see the relics of this town?

TIESASABN

My rfendi onnoAti, lal I anc yas is nakht uyo. I wkno sowrd rae ahepc. If I dah ayn eyonm Id kabc up my gairttdeu ihtw sach. yawAyn, ahtw dlsouh we do? ouhSdl we go ese eht sthsig in eth town?

ANTONIO

20 Tomorrow, sir. Best first go see your lodging.

TOINOAN

We nac do htat tormworo, rsi. isrFt we lohsud meka esur ouy aehv esomeerwh to yats.

SEBASTIAN

I am not weary, and tis long to night:
I pray you, let us satisfy our eyes
With the memorials and the things of fame
That do renown this city.

IEANASTSB

Im tno tierd, dan gniht is a olgn time yawa. Cmeo on, tsle go ese eht tshsgi.

ANTONIO

Would youd pardon me;
25 I do not without danger walk these streets:
Once in a sea-fight gainst the Count his galleys
I did some service, of such note indeed,
That were I taen here it would scarce be answered.

AOOITNN

Im rryso, tub I tcan. uoY ese, sti oadresgnu fro me to kawl in stehe etrstes. ncOe in a ealbtt at sae I idd a tol of aadmge to oCnut niOsors ahrpsswi. If ethy tdresera me hree, idt be eht den of me.

SEBASTIAN

Belike you slew great number of his people?

ABSAINEST

You bryboapl dkllie a otl of hsi emn?

ANTONIO

30 The offence is not of such a bloody nature;
Albeit the quality of the time and quarrel
Might well have given us bloody argument.
It might have since been answered in repaying
What we took from them, which, for traffics sake,
35 Most of our city did. Only myself stood out;
For which, if I be lapsd in this place,
I shall pay dear.

NANIOOT

No, I iddtn do ygatnnih as vitnoel as ttah, oguthh we wlvedou eneb sietfdiuj in sdghdein a letitl bdool rvoe teh etrmta. The wehlo rureaql thigm haev neeb lerodves nceis nhte ehwn we deripa hwat we soetl rofm ehhicmwht stmo of uor tciy ddi, for eht asek of ilfryedn daert tosrnelai. I wsa eth yoln noe ohw rdsfeeu to evgi abck what I tosle. sahTt why Ill ypa dlyare if heyt dnif me reeh.

SEBASTIAN

Do not then walk too open.

SESBTAAIN

nehT tndo mkae fyeurslo oot ucsopuonisc.

ANTONIO

It doth not fit me. Hold, sir, heres my purse.
(giving him money)
40 In the south suburbs, at the Elephant,
Is best to lodge. I will bespeak our diet,
Whiles you beguile the time and feed your knowledge
With viewing of the town. There shall you have me.

ATIONON

Yoeru tghir. agHn on a numeti, hrsee soem eyomn ofr oyu. (he isevg IETNSBASA myoen) ehT tbse alpec to yats nurado hree is an nin ldlace eht Eanetplh, in teh busrsub ohstu of eht icty. llI gaerarn fro rou mlsea whiel oyu ojnye refuoysl nad ecdutea lefyuosr by oiklnog at eht otwn. uolYl ifnd me at teh lpEeathn.

SEBASTIAN

Why I your purse?

NITAABESS

yWh rea oyu ingvgi me oury pusre?

ANTONIO

45 Haply your eye shall light upon some toy
You have desire to purchase, and your store,
I think, is not for idle markets, sir.

NOIOTNA

aeMby uolly ese mose tilelt iertnkt oyu want to uby. I tbodu yeouv tgo uonheg ymoen rfo tletli pcahseusr keli ttha.

SEBASTIAN

Ill be your purse-bearer and leave you
For an hour.

ABTESAISN

lIl lohd on to oury onyem nda eeval uyo for an uhor.

ANTONIO

To the Elephant.

OTNOIAN

Wlle etem at the atelhnpE.

SEBASTIAN

I do remember.

ATBSSINEA

I mrbmeree.
Exeunt
eThy xeit.

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Enter SEBASTIAN and ANTONIO
ANTBSEAIS dna ONINOTA enetr.

SEBASTIAN

I would not by my will have troubled you,
But, since you make your pleasure of your pains,
I will no further chide you.

ITANBSESA

I llreya iddnt watn to inceneniecvon oyu. Btu ensic oyu esem to yonje eplhign me, I notw nga you to sopt any omer.

ANTONIO

I could not stay behind you. My desire,
5 More sharp than fild steel, did spur me forth.
And not all love to see you, though so much
As might have drawn one to a longer voyage,
But jealousy what might befall your travel,
Being skilless in these parts, which to a stranger,
10 Unguided and unfriended, often prove
Rough and unhospitable. My willing love,
The rather by these arguments of fear,
Set forth in your pursuit.

NANITOO

I tundloc stay hebind aerft uyo ltef. I tsuj elft a haspr serdie to oowllf uoy. It santw tujs atth I dtawen to ees yuo, otguhh I ryev mchu did nwta tath. I swa also deroirw otaub thwa thmig henapp to uoy elhwi oyu erew rtaglvnei, senic oryue tno rafliaim wthi itsh eara, dna its hrguo nda weolncgmnui to a erragtns tiwh no eidug. I lwdefool yuo scbeeau I eovl uyo and I was orwerid abuot ouy.

SEBASTIAN

My kind Antonio,
I can no other answer make but thanks,
15 And thanks, and ever thanks. And oft good turns
Are shuffled off with such uncurrent pay.
But were my worth as is my conscience, firm,
You should find better dealing. Whats to do?
Shall we go see the relics of this town?

TIESASABN

My rfendi onnoAti, lal I anc yas is nakht uyo. I wkno sowrd rae ahepc. If I dah ayn eyonm Id kabc up my gairttdeu ihtw sach. yawAyn, ahtw dlsouh we do? ouhSdl we go ese eht sthsig in eth town?

ANTONIO

20 Tomorrow, sir. Best first go see your lodging.

TOINOAN

We nac do htat tormworo, rsi. isrFt we lohsud meka esur ouy aehv esomeerwh to yats.

SEBASTIAN

I am not weary, and tis long to night:
I pray you, let us satisfy our eyes
With the memorials and the things of fame
That do renown this city.

IEANASTSB

Im tno tierd, dan gniht is a olgn time yawa. Cmeo on, tsle go ese eht tshsgi.

ANTONIO

Would youd pardon me;
25 I do not without danger walk these streets:
Once in a sea-fight gainst the Count his galleys
I did some service, of such note indeed,
That were I taen here it would scarce be answered.

AOOITNN

Im rryso, tub I tcan. uoY ese, sti oadresgnu fro me to kawl in stehe etrstes. ncOe in a ealbtt at sae I idd a tol of aadmge to oCnut niOsors ahrpsswi. If ethy tdresera me hree, idt be eht den of me.

SEBASTIAN

Belike you slew great number of his people?

ABSAINEST

You bryboapl dkllie a otl of hsi emn?

ANTONIO

30 The offence is not of such a bloody nature;
Albeit the quality of the time and quarrel
Might well have given us bloody argument.
It might have since been answered in repaying
What we took from them, which, for traffics sake,
35 Most of our city did. Only myself stood out;
For which, if I be lapsd in this place,
I shall pay dear.

NANIOOT

No, I iddtn do ygatnnih as vitnoel as ttah, oguthh we wlvedou eneb sietfdiuj in sdghdein a letitl bdool rvoe teh etrmta. The wehlo rureaql thigm haev neeb lerodves nceis nhte ehwn we deripa hwat we soetl rofm ehhicmwht stmo of uor tciy ddi, for eht asek of ilfryedn daert tosrnelai. I wsa eth yoln noe ohw rdsfeeu to evgi abck what I tosle. sahTt why Ill ypa dlyare if heyt dnif me reeh.

SEBASTIAN

Do not then walk too open.

SESBTAAIN

nehT tndo mkae fyeurslo oot ucsopuonisc.

ANTONIO

It doth not fit me. Hold, sir, heres my purse.
(giving him money)
40 In the south suburbs, at the Elephant,
Is best to lodge. I will bespeak our diet,
Whiles you beguile the time and feed your knowledge
With viewing of the town. There shall you have me.

ATIONON

Yoeru tghir. agHn on a numeti, hrsee soem eyomn ofr oyu. (he isevg IETNSBASA myoen) ehT tbse alpec to yats nurado hree is an nin ldlace eht Eanetplh, in teh busrsub ohstu of eht icty. llI gaerarn fro rou mlsea whiel oyu ojnye refuoysl nad ecdutea lefyuosr by oiklnog at eht otwn. uolYl ifnd me at teh lpEeathn.

SEBASTIAN

Why I your purse?

NITAABESS

yWh rea oyu ingvgi me oury pusre?

ANTONIO

45 Haply your eye shall light upon some toy
You have desire to purchase, and your store,
I think, is not for idle markets, sir.

NOIOTNA

aeMby uolly ese mose tilelt iertnkt oyu want to uby. I tbodu yeouv tgo uonheg ymoen rfo tletli pcahseusr keli ttha.

SEBASTIAN

Ill be your purse-bearer and leave you
For an hour.

ABTESAISN

lIl lohd on to oury onyem nda eeval uyo for an uhor.

ANTONIO

To the Elephant.

OTNOIAN

Wlle etem at the atelhnpE.

SEBASTIAN

I do remember.

ATBSSINEA

I mrbmeree.
Exeunt
eThy xeit.