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25 ~ hide. But what you stood very still, when he luss’d you? Mrs. Pin. Yes I warrant you, wou’d you have had me discover’d my self? Mr. Pin. But you told me, he did some beastliness to you, as you call’d it, what was’t? Mrs. Pin. Why, he put Mr. Pin. What? Mrs. Pin. Why he put the tip of his tongue between my lips, and so musl’d me and I said, I’d bite it. Mr. Pin. An eternal canker seize it, for a dog. Mrs. Pin. Nay, you need not be so angry with him neither, for to say truth, he has the sweetest breath I ever h e w .
Come Madam, ’tis e’ne twelve a clock, and my Mother charg’d me never to be married out of the Canonical hours; come, come, Lord here’s such a deal of modesty, I warrant the first day. 160 Lucy Yes, an’t please your Worship, married women shew all their Modesty the frst day, because married men shew all their love the first day. Exeunt Sparlush, Alithea, Harcourt, and Lucy. Scene II The Scene changes t o a Bed-chambev; where appear Pinchwife, Mrs. Pinchwife. M E Pinch. Come tell me, I say. Mrs. Pinch.
Mr. Pin. 0, ofthat which is worse than the Plague, Jealousy. Mrs. Pin. Pish, you jear, I’m sure there’s no such disease in our Receipt-book at home. Mr. Pin. No, thou never met’st with it, poor Innocent well, if thou Cuckold me, ’twill be my own fault for Cuckolds and Bastards, are generally makers of their own fortune. ~ 25 30 35 40 ~ 45 50 ~ ~ Aside. Mrs. Pin. Well, but pray Bud, let’s go to a Play to night. Mr. Pin. ’Tis just done, she comes from it; but why are you so eager to see a Play? Mrs.