All’s Well That Ends Well
Act III, Scene 3
Florence . Before the Duke’s palace .
- Flourish . Enter the Duke of Florence , Bertram Count of
- Roussillon , Drum and Trumpets , Soldiers , Parolles .
Duke of Florence1 - 3
- The general of our horse thou art , and we ,
- Great in our hope , lay our best love and credence
- Upon thy promising fortune .
Bertram4 - 7
- Sir , it is
- A charge too heavy for my strength , but yet
- We’ll strive to bear it for your worthy sake
- To th’ extreme edge of hazard .
Duke of Florence8 - 10
- Then go thou forth ,
- And Fortune play upon thy prosperous helm
- As thy auspicious mistress !
Bertram11 - 14
- This very day ,
- Great Mars , I put myself into thy file ;
- Make me but like my thoughts , and I shall prove
- A lover of thy drum , hater of love .
- Exeunt omnes .