Critical ApparatusACT IV. SCENE X.
VALENTINE. Ha, ha, ha; you need not run so fast, Honesty will not Editor’s Note2overtake you—Ha, ha, ha, the Rogue found me out to be in 3Forma Pauperis presently.pg 345Critical Apparatus4
Sir SAMPSON. Oons! What a Vexation is here! I know not what to do, or 5say, nor which way to go.Critical Apparatus6
VALENTINE. Who's that, that's out of his way?—I am Truth, and can set Critical Apparatus7him right—Harkee, Friend, the strait Road is the worst Editor’s Note8way you can go—He that follows his Nose always, will very Editor’s Note9often be led into a Stink. Probatum est. But what are you 10for? Religion or Politicks? There's a couple of Topicks for Critical Apparatus11you, no more like one another than Oil and Vinegar; and 12yet those two beaten together by a State-Cook, make Sauce 13for the whole Nation.Critical Apparatus14
Sir SAMPSON. What the Devil had I to do, ever to beget Sons? Why did I 15ever marry?Critical Apparatus16
VALENTINE. Because thou wert a Monster, old Boy. The two greatest Critical Apparatus17Monsters in the World, are a Man and a Woman. What's 18thy Opinion?19
Sir SAMPSON. Why, my Opinion is, that those two Monsters 20join'd together, make yet a greater, that's a Man and 21his Wife.Editor’s NoteCritical Apparatus22
VALENTINE. A ha! Old True-penny, say'st thou so? thou hast nick'd it— Critical Apparatus23But it's wonderful strange, Jeremy.24
JEREMY. What is, Sir?
Hamlet Ah, ha, boy, say'st thou so? Art thou there, truepenny? …
Well said, old mole! …
Horatio O day and night, but this is wondrous strange!
- In Mathematicks he was greater
- Than Tycho Brahe or Erra Pater: