Twelfth Night

Act 3: Why does Sir. Toby decide not to deliver Sir. Andrew's challenge? What does he want to do instead of that?

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Sir Toby tells Sir Andrew to write a letter of challenge, which Sir Toby will deliver; Toby actually has no intent of sponsoring a duel, but thinks the exercise might cool Sir Andrew off a little.