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<T MVQ><L 1><Y ><C ><P A2><J :>+ <L 2><J *><I The Merchant of Venice - Q1>+ <I 1 1>+ <D Enter {Anthonio}, {Salaryno}, and {Salanio}.> <L 3><S {An}.>IN sooth I know not why I am so sad, <L 4>It wearies me, you say it wearies you; <L 5>But how I caught it, found it, or came by it, <L 6>What stuffe tis made of, whereof it is borne, <L 7>I am to learne: and such a want-#wit sadnes <L 8>makes of mee, <L 9>That I haue much adoe to know my selfe. <L 10><S {Salarino}.>Your minde is tossing on the Ocean, <L 11>There where your Argosies with portlie sayle <L 12>Like Signiors and rich Burgars on the flood, <L 13>Or as it were the Pageants of the sea, <L 14>Doe ouer-#peere the petty traffiquers <L 15>That cursie to them do them reuerence <L 16>As they flie by them with theyr wouen wings. <L 17><S {Salanio}.>Beleeue mee sir, had I such venture forth, <L 18>The better part of my affections would <L 19>Be with my hopes abroade. I should be still <L 20>Plucking the grasse to know where sits the wind, . . .