Camp. How is she hired: by praier, by sacrifice, or bribs?
|Apel. By praier, sacrifice, and bribes.||35|
Camp. What praier?
Apel. Vowes irreuocable.
Camp. What sacrifice?
Apel. Heartes euer sighing, neuer dissembling.
|Camp. What bribes?||40|
Apel. Roses and kisses: but were you neuer in loue?
Camp. No, nor loue in me.
Apel. Then haue you iniuried many.
Camp. How so?
|Apel. Because you haue beene loued of many.||45|
Camp. Flattered parchance of some.
Apel. It is not possible that a face so faire, & a wit so sharpe, both without comparison, shuld not be apt to loue.
Camp. If you begin to tip your tongue with cunning, I pray dip so your pensil in colours; and fall to that you must doe, not that you would doe. 〈The curtains close.〉
CLYTUS, PARMENIO, ALEXANDER, HEPHESTION, CRISUS,
DIOGENES, APELLES, CAMPASPE.
〈Enter CLITUS and PARMENIO.〉
Clitus.Parmenio, I cannot tel how it commeth to passe, that in Alexander now a dales there groweth an vnpatiẽt kinde of life: in the morning he is melancholy, at noone solomne, at all times either more sower or seuere, then he was accustomed.
|Par. In kinges causes I rather loue to doubt then coniecture, and||5|
Clitus. Yet betweene vs there canne be no danger to finde out
|the cause: for that there is no malice to withstand it. It may be an||10|