<H ROM06><A SHAKSPERE><K PLAY><Y 1886>
<H THE PROLOGUE>
<T VERSE>%Two houshold Frends alike in dignitie%,
(%In faire% Verona, %where we lay our Scene%)
%From ciuill broyles broke into enmitie%,
%Whose ciuill warre makes ciuill hands vncleane.%
%From forth the fat all loynes of these two foes%,
%A paire of starre-crost louers tooke their life:%
%Whose misadventures, piteous ouerthrowes.%
%(Through the continuing of their Fathers strife.%
%and death-markt passage of their Parents rage)%
%Is now the two howres traffique of our stage.%
%The which if you with patient cares attend%,
%What here we want wee'l studie to amend.%
<T TITLE>The most excellent Tragedie of
%Romeo and Juliet.%
<T SDD>%Enter 2. Seruing men of the% Capolets.
<T PROSE>%GREGORIE%, of my word Ile carrie no coales.
<S %2%> No, for you doo, you should be a Collier.
<S %1%> If I be in choler, Ile draw.
<S %2%> Euer while you liue, drawe your necke out of the
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