Much Ado Act 3 Scene 5

First line What would you with me, honest neighbor?
Dogberry: Marry, sir, I would have confidence with you that discerns you nearly Brief, I pray you, for you see it is a busy time with me
Verges: Yes, in truth it is, sir What is it, my good friends?
Dogberry: Palabras, neighbor Verges Neighbors, you are tedious
Dogberry: But truly, for mine own part, if I were as tedious as a king, I could find it in my heart to bestow it all on your worship All thy tediousness on me, ah?
Verges: And so am I I would fain know what you have to say
Dogberry: An honest soul, i’faith, sir, by my troth he is, as ever broke bread, but God is to be worshipped, all men are not alike alas, good neighbor! Indeed, neighbor, he comes too short of you
Dogberry: Gifts that God gives I must leave you
Dogberry: Our watch, sir, have indeed comprehended two auspicious persons, and we would have them this morning examined before your worship Take their examinations yourself and bring it me. I am now in great haste, as it may appear unto you
Dogberry: It shall be suffigance. Drink some wine ere you go. Fare you well
Messenger: My lord, they stay for you to give your daughter to her husband. I’ll wait upon them. I am ready