Cymbeline
 Act 2, Scene 4

Enter Posthumus and Philario
Philario
                 What means do you make to him?

Enter Iachimo
Philario
                         See! Iachimo!

Philario
                           Welcome, sir.

Iachimo
                              Your lady

Iachimo
                       Here are letters for you.

Iachimo
                          ‘Tis very like.

Iachimo
                    He was expected then,

Iachimo
                                Not a whit,

Posthumus
                Proceed.

Posthumus
                             This is true;

Iachimo
                 More particulars

Posthumus
                          So they must,

Posthumus
                                     Jove!

Posthumus
                   May be she pluck’d it off

Iachimo
              She writes so to you, doth she?

Philario
                              Sir, be patient:

Posthumus
                         Never talk on’t;

Iachimo
                          Will you hear more?

Iachimo
                    I’ll be sworn—

Iachimo
                        I’ll deny nothing.

Iachimo
                        With an my heart.

Exeunt
Cymbeline

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