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A King and no King


_Bes_.
I could willingly venture for't.
_Mar_.
Um, no venture neither _Bessus_.
_Bes_.
Let me not live, if I do not think 'tis a braver piece of service
than that I'me so fam'd for.
_Mar_.
Why, art thou fam'd for any valour?
_Bes_.
Fam'd! I, I warrant you.
_Mar_.
I'me e'en heartily glad on't, I have been with thee e're since
thou cam'st to th'wars, and this is the first word that ever I
heard on't, prethee who fames thee.
_Bes_.
The Christian world.
_Mar_.
'Tis heathenishly done of'em in my conscience, thou deserv'st it
not.
_Bes_.
Yes, I ha' don good service.
_Mar_.
I do not know how thou mayst wait of a man in's Chamber, or thy
agility of shifting of a Trencher, but otherwise no service good
_Bessus_.
_Bes_.
You saw me do the service your self.
_Mar_.
Not so hasty sweet _Bessus_, where was it, is the place
vanish'd?
_Bes_.
At _Bessus_ desp'rate redemption.
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