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3609 Ham. I beseech you remember.5.2.104
3610 {Cour.} <Osr.> Nay {good my Lord} <in good faith,> for {my} <mine> ease in good faith, {sir here is newly}5.2.105

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3609 Ham. I beseech you remember.5.2.104
3610 {Cour.} <Osr.> Nay {good my Lord} <in good faith,> for {my} <mine> ease in good faith, {sir here is newly}5.2.105

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3609 Ham. I beseech you remember.5.2.104
3610 {Cour.} <Osr.> Nay {good my Lord} <in good faith,> for {my} <mine> ease in good faith, {sir here is newly}5.2.105

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3610+11 {of him, his semblable is his mirrour, & who els would trace him, his}5.2.119
3610+12 {vmbrage, nothing more.} 

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3610+11 {of him, his semblable is his mirrour, & who els would trace him, his}5.2.119
3610+12 {vmbrage, nothing more.} 

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3610+13 {Cour. Your Lordship speakes most infallibly of him.}5.2.121
3610+14 {Ham. The concernancy sir, why doe we wrap the gentleman in} 
3610+15 {our more rawer breath?} 3610+15 

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3610+13 {Cour. Your Lordship speakes most infallibly of him.}5.2.121
3610+14 {Ham. The concernancy sir, why doe we wrap the gentleman in} 
3610+15 {our more rawer breath?} 3610+15 

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3610+13 {Cour. Your Lordship speakes most infallibly of him.}5.2.121
3610+14 {Ham. The concernancy sir, why doe we wrap the gentleman in} 
3610+15 {our more rawer breath?} 3610+15 

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3610+16 {Cour. Sir.}5.2.124
3610+17 {Hora. Ist not possible to vnderstand in another tongue, you will} 
3610+18 {doo't sir really.} 

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3610+16 {Cour. Sir.}5.2.124
3610+17 {Hora. Ist not possible to vnderstand in another tongue, you will} 
3610+18 {doo't sir really.} 

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3610+16 {Cour. Sir.}5.2.124
3610+17 {Hora. Ist not possible to vnderstand in another tongue, you will} 
3610+18 {doo't sir really.} 

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3610+19 {Ham. What imports the nomination of this gentleman.}5.2.128

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3610+19 {Ham. What imports the nomination of this gentleman.}5.2.128

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3610+19 {Ham. What imports the nomination of this gentleman.}5.2.128

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3610+1 {com to Court Laertes, belieue me an absolute gentlemen, ful of most}5.2.107
3610+2 {excellent differences, of very soft society, and great showing: in-} {N2v}5.2.108

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3610+1 {com to Court Laertes, belieue me an absolute gentlemen, ful of most}5.2.107
3610+2 {excellent differences, of very soft society, and great showing: in-} {N2v}5.2.108

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3610+1 {com to Court Laertes, belieue me an absolute gentlemen, ful of most}5.2.107
3610+2 {excellent differences, of very soft society, and great showing: in-} {N2v}5.2.108

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3610+20 {Cour. Of Laertes.} 3610+205.2.129
3610+21 {Hora. His purse is empty already, all's golden words are spent.} 
3610+22 {Ham. Of him sir.} 

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3610+20 {Cour. Of Laertes.} 3610+205.2.129
3610+21 {Hora. His purse is empty already, all's golden words are spent.} 
3610+22 {Ham. Of him sir.} 

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3610+20 {Cour. Of Laertes.} 3610+205.2.129
3610+21 {Hora. His purse is empty already, all's golden words are spent.} 
3610+22 {Ham. Of him sir.} 

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3610+23 {Cour. I know you are not ignorant.}5.2.133
3610+24 {Ham. I would you did sir, yet in faith if you did, it would not} 
3610+25 {much approoue me, well sir.} 3610+25 

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3610+23 {Cour. I know you are not ignorant.}5.2.133
3610+24 {Ham. I would you did sir, yet in faith if you did, it would not} 
3610+25 {much approoue me, well sir.} 3610+25 

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3610+23 {Cour. I know you are not ignorant.}5.2.133
3610+24 {Ham. I would you did sir, yet in faith if you did, it would not} 
3610+25 {much approoue me, well sir.} 3610+25 

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3610+3 {deede to speake fellingly of him, hee is the card or kalender of gen-}5.2.110
3610+4 {try: for you shall find in him the continent of what part a Gentle-}5.2.111
3610+5 {man would see.} 3610+55.2.111

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3610+3 {deede to speake fellingly of him, hee is the card or kalender of gen-}5.2.110
3610+4 {try: for you shall find in him the continent of what part a Gentle-}5.2.111
3610+5 {man would see.} 3610+55.2.111

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3610+3 {deede to speake fellingly of him, hee is the card or kalender of gen-}5.2.110
3610+4 {try: for you shall find in him the continent of what part a Gentle-}5.2.111
3610+5 {man would see.} 3610+55.2.111

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3610+6 {Ham. Sir, his definement suffers no perdition in you, though I}5.2.113
3610+7 {know to deuide him inuentorially, would dazzie th'arithmaticke of} 

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3610+6 {Ham. Sir, his definement suffers no perdition in you, though I}5.2.113
3610+7 {know to deuide him inuentorially, would dazzie th'arithmaticke of} 

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3610+6 {Ham. Sir, his definement suffers no perdition in you, though I}5.2.113
3610+7 {know to deuide him inuentorially, would dazzie th'arithmaticke of} 

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3610+8 {memory, and yet but raw neither, in respect of his quick saile, but}5.2.115

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3610+8 {memory, and yet but raw neither, in respect of his quick saile, but}5.2.115

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3610+8 {memory, and yet but raw neither, in respect of his quick saile, but}5.2.115

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3610+9 {in the veritie of extolment, I take him to be a soule of great article,}5.2.117
3610+10 {& his infusion of such dearth and rarenesse, as to make true dixion} 3610+10 

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3610+9 {in the veritie of extolment, I take him to be a soule of great article,}5.2.117
3610+10 {& his infusion of such dearth and rarenesse, as to make true dixion} 3610+10 

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3610+9 {in the veritie of extolment, I take him to be a soule of great article,}5.2.117
3610+10 {& his infusion of such dearth and rarenesse, as to make true dixion} 3610+10