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Apothecary. that calls for this reason loud?

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Romeo. Come hither, man. I check out that thou art poor:Hold, over there is forty ducats: let me haveA dram of poison, such soon-speeding gearAs will disperse itself with all the veinsThat the life-weary taker may fall deadAnd the the trunk might be discharged that breathAs violently as hasty flour firedDoth hurry native the fatal cannon"s womb.

Apothecary. together mortal drugs i have; but Mantua"s lawIs death to any he the utters them.

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Romeo. art thou so bare and full that wretchedness,And fear"st to die? famine is in thy cheeks,Need and oppression starveth in thine eyes,Contempt and beggary hangs upon your back;The world is not thy girlfriend nor the world"s law;The people affords no regulation to make thee rich;Then be not poor, yet break it, and also take this.

Apothecary. my poverty, yet not mine will, consents.

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Romeo. i pay her poverty, and also not thy will.

Apothecary.

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placed this in any liquid point you will,And drink it off; and, if you had the strengthOf twenty men, it would dispatch girlfriend straight.

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