'Tis no great matter, if you have not: If a laming of
him, or such a toy, may do you pleasure, sir, he has it
for you; and I'll help you to him. 'Tis no news to him
to have a leg broken, or a shoulder out with being, turn'd
o' th' stones like a tansy. Draw not your sword, if you
love it; for, on my conscience, his head will break it;
We use him i' th' wars like a ram, to shake a wall withal.
Here comes the very person of him; do as you shall find
your temper; I must leave you: But if you do not break
him like a biscuit, you're much to blame, sir.
Enter BESSUS, and the Swordmen.