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Good Failer, I shall discover a time to gift your diligence. TO Lov. If the Knight could have own'd his motion, I must have taught a few of you extra manners, than to come back with officials into my accommodation. Franc. i am completely happy with all my middle this Minx is avoided of her layout: the Gentleman had obtained an exceptional seize of her as they are saying. His outdated Father within the kingdom may have given him yet little thank for't, to determine him convey down a fine-bred lady, with a Lute, and a Dressing-box, and a handful of cash to her component. Isa. reliable Mistress Whatdeelack! i do know your quarrel to the so girls. Do they take in the Gallants from the Tradesmens better halves? Lord, what a grievous factor it truly is for a she-Citizen to be forc'd to have childrens via her personal Husband! Franc. Come, come, you'r a slanderful huswife, and that i squorn your hallottry trick, that I do, so I do. Isa. Steeple-hat your Husband by no means will get a superb glance whilst he comes domestic, other than he brings a Gentleman to dinner; who if he casts an amorous eye in the direction of you; then, belief him sturdy Husband, candy Husband belief him for my sake: verily the Gentleman's a good guy, I learn it in his countenance: and ninety should you shouldn't be at domestic to obtain the mony, i do know he'll pay the debt to me. Is't now not so Mistress? input Bibber in Slippers, with a skein of Silk approximately his neck. Franc. Will you notice me wrong'd hence, less than my very own roof, as they are saying, William? Isa. Nay, 'tis especially true Mistress: you allow the boys with previous enhances take in new cloaths: i don't suggest your other halves cloaths Mr. Merchant-Tailor. sixty six You . . . her? ] Qj-4, D; you . . . her; Qi; You . . . her; Qs, F. seventy four layout] Q2~4,F, D; de-/ layout Qi. eighty girls. Do] ~ , do Qi-^4, F, D. eighty four trick,] this fall; ~ A Q^j, F. D. 5o The Wild Gallant III, ii Bib. solid ifaithl a impressive shrewdpermanent GentlewomanI ha. glance on your spouse, Sir, or in time she may well undo your exchange: for she'll get all of your men-Customers to her self. a hundred Bibb. and that i could be hang'd, i will forbear not. He plucks out his degree, and runs to Isabelle to take degree of her. Isa. How now! what ability Prince Pericles by way of this? Bibber on his knees. i need to beg your Ladiship e'n to have the dignity to belief you yet in your costume, for the sake of that final jeast. Flowr'd Satten, wrought Tabby, Silver upon any grounds: I shall run mad if i could no longer belief your Ladiship. Franc. i feel you're mad already, as they are saying, William: you shall now not belief her. Plucks him again. Bib. allow me on my own Frances; 1 am a Lyon whilst i'm anger'd. Isa. Pray don't pull your Lyon via the tail so Mistress. no In those Cloaths that he now takes degree of me for, will I marry Sir Timerous, mark that, and tremble Failer. Fail. by no means threaten me Madam, you'r an individual I despise. Isa. I vow to gad i will be inspite of you Sir. go out Isabelle. Nonsuch to the Bailiffs. And if you have arrested him, make sure to seek him for my gold. Bailiffs to Loveby. We arrest you Sir at my Lord Nonsuch his go well with. Lov. Me you Rascalsl Nons. seek him for my gold; you recognize the marks on't. one hundred twenty Lov. in the event that they can locate any mark'd or unmark'd gold approximately me; they're going to locate greater than i will be able to.