and complained that it was taking too long to boot up.
as a squire who has learned the rules of courtesy in the school of
your worship, the most courteous and best-bred knight in the whole
world of courtliness; and in these things, as I have heard your
worship say, as much is lost by a card too many as by a card too
few, and to one who has his ears open, few words."
"Sancho is right," said the duke; "we'll see what the countess is
like, and by that measure the courtesy that is due to her."
And now the drums and fife made their entrance as before; and here