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<text> <front> <tPage> <dTitle type=main>Every Man in His Humour</dTitle> <byLine>by <dAuthor>Ben Jonson</dAuthor></byLine> <dImprint>Prepared from 1601 Quarto (STC 14766) by Hugh Craig, D of English, U of Newcastle. OTA A-1437-A</dImprint> </tPage> </front> <body> <div1 Type='act' n=A1> <div2 Type='scene' n=S1.1> <sp><spkr>D</spkr> <p> Now trust me, here is a goodly day toward. Musco, call up my son Lorenzo: bid him rise: tell him, I have some businesse to imploy him in. </sp> <sp><spkr>B</spkr> <p> I will, sir, presently. </sp> <sp><spkr>D</spkr> <p> But heare you, sirrah; If he be at study, disturbe him not. </sp> <sp><spkr>B</spkr> <p> Very good, sir. </sp> <stage type='exit'>Exit Musco.</stage> <sp><spkr>D</spkr> <l>How happy would I estimate my selfe, <l>Could I (by any meane) retyre my son, <l>From one vayne course of study he affects? <l>He is a scholler (if a man may trust <l>The lib'rall voyce of double-toung'd report) <l>Of deare account, in all our Aca . . .
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