Believe me, dear brother, I understand that life is in your castle is much more pleasant than what I have to offer my daughter in this very dull farm Suarsi. But I'm sure you'll agree that the girl should live with his mother. I'm infinitely obliged to you, my dear brother, if you will bring my daughter to my Manoir. As fast as possible. Your loving sister and obedient vassal Agnes But in spite of his condition, Ed is not wrong. Agnes does not accidentally wrote these three words. It was a requirement that this order, which could mitigate any formula of politeness.
Brook, Hall, Ninagawa, Lepage: Great Shakespeareans: Volume XVIII
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