Double Falsehood 1.2: 2
O, come on, sir; read this paper: no more ado, but read it: it must not be answer’d by my hand, nor yours, but, in gross, by your person; your sole person. Read aloud.
Two Gentlemen of Verona 4.4: 1
... smell before, knew it was Crab, and goes me to the fellow that whips the dogs: “Friend,” quoth I, “you mean to whip the dog?” “Ay, marry, do I,” quoth he. “You do him the more wrong,” quoth I, “’twas I did the thing you wot of.” He makes me no more ado, but whips me out of the chamber. How many masters would do this for his servant? Nay, I’ll be sworn, I have sat in the stocks for puddings he hath stol’n, otherwise he had been executed; I have stood on the pillory for geese he hath kill’d, otherwise he had ...
Winter's Tale 4.4: 605
He has a son, who shall be flay’d alive;
then ’nointed over with honey, set on the head of a wasp’s nest; then stand till he be three quarters and a dram dead; then recover’d again with aqua-vitae or some other hot infusion; then, raw as he is (and in the hottest day prognostication proclaims), shall he be set ...
Henry IV Part 1 2.4: 80
These four came all afront, and mainly thrust at me. I made me no more ado but took all their seven points in my target, thus.
Henry V 4.7: 63
And’t please your Majesty, ’tis the gage of one that I should fight withal, if he be alive.