Why, there, there, there, there! A diamond gone cost me two thousand ducats in Frankfurt—the curse never fell upon our nation till now! I never felt it till now—Two thousand ducats in that, and other precious, precious jewels. I would my daughter were dead at my foot and the jewels in her ear! Would she were hearsed at my foot and the ducats in her coffin! No news of them? Why, so. And I know not what’s spent in the search. Why thou, loss upon loss! The thief gone with so much, and so much to find the thief—and no satisfaction, no revenge. Nor no ill luck stirring but what lights o' my shoulders, no sighs but o' my breathing, no tears but o' my shedding.
No Fear Shakespeare
The Merchant of Venice
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Enter a MAN from ANTONIO
One of ANTONIO’s SERVANTS enters.
(to SOLANIO and SALARINO) Gentlemen, my master Antonio is at his house and desires to speak with you both.
(to SOLANIO and SALARINO) My master Antonio is at his house and would like to speak to you both.
We have been up and down to seek him.
We’ve been looking for him everywhere.
Here comes another of the tribe. A third cannot be matched unless the devil himself turn Jew.
Here comes another Jew. You couldn’t find a third like these two unless the devil himself turned into a Jew.
Exeunt SOLANIO, SALARINO, and MAN
SOLANIO, SALARINO, and ANTONIO’s SERVANT exit.
How now, Tubal? What news from Genoa? Hast thou found my daughter?
Hello, Tubal. Any news from Genoa? Did you find my daughter?
I often came where I did hear of her, but cannot find her.
I went to many places where I heard news about her,...