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VI.

TIMON gives gold to ALCIBIADES, who is proceeding to attack ATHENS, and to his two mistresses, PHRYNIA and TIMANDRA.

6 Tim. There's gold to pay thy soldiers : Make large confusion; and, thy fury spent, Confounded be thyself! Speak not, be gone! Alcib. Hast thou gold yet? I'll take the gold thou

givest meNot all thy counsel. Phry. and Tima. Give us some gold, good Timon;

hast thou more ? Tм.

There's more gold : Do you damn others, and let this damn youAnd ditches grave you all.”

Act IV. S. 3.

TIMON OF ATHENS.

VII.

TIMON and FLAVIUS.

“ Flav. I beg of you to know me, good my lord, To accept my grief, and whilst this poor wealth lasts, To entertain me as your steward still.

Tim. Had I a steward so true, so just, and now
So comfortable? It almost turns
My dangerous nature wild.”

Act IV. S. 3.

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