Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare
Whereunto Sir Silas added, -
"We will dog him, and worry him, and haunt him, and bedevil him; and if ever he hear a comfortable word, it shall be in a language very different from his own."
"As different as thine is from a Christian's," said the youth.
"Boy! thou art slow of apprehension," said Sir Thomas, with much gravity; and taking up the cue, did rejoin, -
"Master Silas would impress upon thy ductile and tender mind the danger of evil doing; that we, in other words that justice is re