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The Merry Wives Of Windsor - ACT IV - SCENE III Post by :tlholley Category :Plays Author :William Shakespeare Date :May 2011 Read :3174

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The Merry Wives Of Windsor - ACT IV - SCENE III

ACT IV. SCENE III.
The Garter Inn.

(Enter HOST and BARDOLPH.)


BARDOLPH.
Sir, the Germans desire to have three of your
horses; the Duke himself will be to-morrow at court, and
they are going to meet him.

HOST.
What duke should that be comes so secretly? I hear
not of him in the court. Let me speak with the gentlemen;
they speak English?

BARDOLPH.
Ay, sir; I'll call them to you.

HOST.
They shall have my horses, but I'll make them pay;
I'll sauce them; they have had my house a week at
command; I have turn'd away my other guests. They must
come off; I'll sauce them. Come.


(Exeunt.)

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