I saw a man that looked just like me today. He was dueling a knight, not very bravely, but still fighting. Actually, both of them were swinging their swords wildly with their eyes closed.
Put up your sword! If this young gentleman have done offence, I take the fault on me. If you offend him, I for him defy you!
You, sir? Why, what are you?
After a few seconds of this “duel”, Antonio showed up. He defended my look-alike, which I’m grateful that he would do for me. In his own words,
One, sir, that for his love dares yet do more than you have heard him brag to you he will.
Antonio, I arrest thee at the suit of Count Orsino.
Immediately afterwards, two officers arrived and attempted to arrest Antonio on the orders of count Orsino. Antonio tried to deny this but the officers didn’t believe him.
I must obey. This comes with seeking you: But there’s no remedy. I shall answer it. What will you do, now my necessity makes me to ask you for my purse? It grieves me much more for what I cannot do for you than what befalls myself. You stand amazed, but be of comfort. I must entreat of you some of that money.
He asked for his purse back from my look-alike. The look-alike didn’t have his purse, so he offered him some of his own money.
The knight and his friend, another knight, that was also there seemed to think that my look-alike was a dirty liar. I’m almost afraid to duel them if I have to. Especially the other Knight, he looked a lot more threatening than his friend. If I run into them later, I’m hoping I can explain what happened before one of them starts dueling me to the death.
What money, sir? For the fair kindness you have showed me here, and part being prompted by your present trouble, Out of my lean and low ability I’ll lend you something. My having is not much. I’ll make division of my present with you. Hold, there’s half my coffer.