Speeches (Lines) for Second Bandit in "The Tragedy of Timon of Athens"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 IV / 3
  • It is noised he hath a mass of treasure.
  • It is noised he hath a mass of treasure.
  • First Bandit. Where should he have this gold? It is some poor
    fragment, some slender sort of his remainder: the
    mere want of gold, and the falling-from of his
    friends, drove him into this melancholy.

    Second Bandit. It is noised he hath a mass of treasure.

2 IV / 3
  • True; for he bears it not about him, 'tis hid.
  • True; for he bears it not about him, 'tis hid.
  • Third Bandit. Let us make the assay upon him: if he care not
    for't, he will supply us easily; if he covetously
    reserve it, how shall's get it?

    Second Bandit. True; for he bears it not about him, 'tis hid.

3 IV / 3
  • 'Tis his description.
  • 'Tis his description.
  • Banditti. Where?

    Second Bandit. 'Tis his description.

4 IV / 3
  • I'll believe him as an enemy, and give over my trade.
  • I'll believe him as an enemy, and give over my trade.
  • First Bandit. 'Tis in the malice of mankind that he thus advises
    us; not to have us thrive in our mystery.

    Second Bandit. I'll believe him as an enemy, and give over my trade.

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