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001:01,000@@@@@| 001:01,001[D ]| Now trust me, here is a goodly day toward. 001:01,002[D ]| Musco, call up$5$ my son Lorenzo: bid him 001:01,003[D ]| rise: tell him, I have some businesse to$9$ imploy 001:01,004[D ]| him in$5$. 001:01,005[B ]| I will$1$, sir, presently. 001:01,006[D ]| But heare you, sirrah; 001:01,007[D ]| If he be at study, disturbe him not. 001:01,008[B ]| Very good, sir. 001:01,008[' ]| Exit Musco. 001:01,009[D ]| How happy would I estimate my*selfe, 001:01,010[D ]| Could I (by$4$ any meane) retyre my son, 001:01,011[D ]| From one vayne course of study he affects? 001:01,012[D ]| He is a scholler (if a man may trust 001:01,013[D ]| The lib'rall voyce of double-toung'd report) 001:01,014[D ]| Of deare account, in$4$ all our$6@2$ Academies. 001:01,015[D ]| Yet this position must not breede in$4$ me 001:01,016[D ]| A fast opinion, that$3$ he cannot erre. 001:01,017[D ]| My*selfe was once a student, and indeede 001:01,018[D ]| Fed with the selfe . . .
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