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bear this fignificant to the country-maid J aquenetta; there is remuneration; for the best ward of mine honours is rewarding my dependants. Moth, follow.
[Exit. Moth. Like the sequel, I. Signior Costard, adieu.
(Exit. Coft. My sweet ounce of man's flesh, my in-cony Jew! Now will I look to his rernuneration. Remune. ration ! O, that's the Latin word for three farthings : three farthings remuneration : What's the price of this incle ? a penny. No, I'll give you a remuneration : why, it carries it. Remuneration !-why, it is a fairer name than a French crown (12). I will never buy and fell out of this word.
Enter Biron. Biron. O my good knave Costard, exceedingly well met.
Coff. Pray you, Sir, how much carnation ribbon may a man buy for a remuneration ?
Biron. What is a remuneration ?
Coft. When would you have it done, Sir ?
(12) No, I'll give you a Remuneration : Why? It carrjes its Remuneration. Why? It is a fairer Name than a French Crown.] Thus this Passage has hitherto been writ, and pointed, without any Regard to Common Sense, or Meaning. The Reform, that I have made, light as it is, makes it both intelligible and humourous.
And I to figh for her! to watch for her!
Enter the Princess, Rosaline, Maria, Catharine,
Lords, Attendants, and a Forefter.