Scene 2

...good my lord.
Enter Autolycus and a Gentleman. this relation?
I was by at the opening of the fardel,
heard the old shepherd deliver the manner how he
found it, whereupon, after a little amazedness, we
were all commanded out of the chamber. Only this,
methought, I heard the shepherd say: he found the

...issue of it.
I make a broken delivery of the
business, but the changes I perceived in the King
and Camillo were very notes of admiration. They
seemed almost, with staring on one another, to tear
the cases of their eyes. There was speech in their
dumbness, language in their very gesture. They
looked as they had heard of a world ransomed, or
one destroyed. A notable passion of wonder appeared
in them, but the wisest beholder that knew
no more but seeing could not say if th’ importance
were joy or sorrow; but in the extremity of the one it
must needs be.

Enter another Gentleman.
Here comes a gentleman that happily knows more.—
The news, Rogero?

...that Paulina knows.
What became of his bark and his

...danger of losing.
The dignity of this act was worth the
audience of kings and princes, for by such was it

...had been universal.
Are they returned to the court?

...piece the rejoicing?
Who would be thence that has the
benefit of access? Every wink of an eye some new
grace will be born. Our absence makes us unthrifty
to our knowledge. Let’s along.

The Three Gentlemen exit.