SCENE I.The Garden of the same House.
Enter De GARD and LUGIER.
De Ga. I know you are a scholar, and can do wonders.
Lug. Theres no great scholarship belongs to this, sir;
De Ga. His wrongs you partly know.
Lug. Do not you stir, sir;
De Ga. I will be ruled; he shall live,
Lug. Ay, ay, Ill fit him:
De Ga. I will, sir,
Lug. You are i th right. The slight he has showd my pupils
De Ga. Yes; all shall be fit, sir.
Lug. And seriously and handsomely.
De Ga. I warrant you.
Lug. A little counsel more.
De Ga. Tis well.
Lug. Most stately! See that observed; and then!
De Ga. I have you every way.
Lug. Away then, and be ready.
De Ga. With all speed, sir.
Lug. Well learn to travel too, may be, beyond him.
Enter LILLIA, ROSALURA, and ORIANA.Good day, fair beauties!
Lil. You have beautified us,
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