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Employ'd here by another conjurer,
Sur. Sir, you are abus'd,
Kas. You lie : And 'tis no matter.
Face. Well said, sir. He is
Sur. You are, indeed! Will you hear me, sir ?
Face. There is not such a foist in all the town:
Sub. Yes, sir, he must appear within this hour.
Face. And yet this rogue will come in a disguise,
Sur. Sir, all is truth, she says.
Face. Do not believe him, sir.
Sur. You are valiant out of company.
This cheater would ha' cozen'd thee o'the widow,
[To Abe. He owes this honest Drugger, here, seven pounds, He has had on him in two-penn'orths of tobacco.
Drug. Yes, sir; and he has damn’d himself three Terms to pay me.
Face. And what does he owe for lotium? боо
Drug. Thirty shillings, sir.
Sur. Hydra of villany!
Kas. I will, Sir, if you get not out o'doors, you lie; And you are a pimp.
Sur. Why, this is madness, sir,
Kas. It is my humour. You are a pimp, and a trig, And an Amadis de Gaul, or a Don Quixote.
Drug. Or aknight o'the curious coxcomb,do you see?
Ana. Peace to the houshold.
Kas. Then, you are an otter, and a shad, a whit,
620 Kas. I will not.
Ana. What is the motive? .
Sub. Zeal in the gentlemen,
Ana. They are prophane,
Sur. New rascals !
Ana. Avoid, satan.
Sur. I must give way.
[They fight. Exit Surly. Did I not quarrel bravely?
Face. Yes, indeed, sir.
Face. Very well;
Kas. l'll return him then.
Face. Drugger, this rogue prevented us; for thee, We had determin'd that thou shouldst ha' come
In a Spanish suit, and ha' carried her so; and he,
Drug. Yes, sir.
Face. Thou must borrow A Spanish suit. Hast thou no credit with the players?
Drug. Yes, sir. Did you never see me play the fool?
Face. Thou shalt, if I can help it. Hieronymo's old cloak, ruff, and hat will serve; 660
[Subtle hath whispered him this while. I'll tell thee more when thou bring'st them.
Drug. Did not I behave well ?
[Exit. Ana. Sir, I know The Spaniard hates the brethren, and hath spies Upon their actions: "and that this was one, “ I make no scruple. But the holy synod “ Have been in prayer and meditation for it." And 'tis reveal'd no less to them than me, That casting of money is most lawful.
Sub. True; But here I cannot do it. If the house Should chance to be suspected, all would out, And we be lock'd up in the Tower for ever, To make gold there for the state ; never come out ; And then you are defeated.
Ana. I will tell This to the elders, and the weaker brethren, That the whole company of the separation 680
May join in humble prayer again.
Sub. And fasting.
Ana. Yea, for some fitter place. The peace of mind Rest within these walls.
[Exit. Sub. Thanks, courteous Ananias. Face. What did he come for?
Sub. About casting dollars.
Face. I conceive. Come, Subtle.
Sub. I thank thee, Face, for the angry boy, i’faith. Face. Who would ha' look'd it 'hould ha' been that
rascal, Surly? Well, sir, Here's damask come to make you a suit.
Sub, Where's Drugger?
Face. He's gone to borrow me a Spanish habit. l'll be the count now.
700 Sub. But where's the widow ?
Face. Within, with my lord's sister : madam Dol Is entertaining her.
Sub. By your favour, Face;
Face. You will not offer it?
Face. Stand to your word,