Face, Subtle and Dol Common work together as con men, scamming
FACE. Believe 't, I will.
SUB. Thy worst. I fart at thee.
DOL. Have you your wits? why, gentlemen! for love—
FACE. Sirrah, I'll strip you—
SUB. What to do? lick figs
Out at my—
FACE. Rogue, rogue!—out of all your sleights.
DOL. Nay, look ye, sovereign, general, are you madmen?
SUB. O, let the wild sheep loose. I'll gum your silks
With good strong water, an you come.
DOL. Will you have
The neighbours hear you? will you betray all?
Hark! I hear somebody.
SUB. I shall mar
All that the tailor has made, if you approach.
FACE. You most notorious whelp, you insolent slave,
Dare you do this?
SUB. Yes, faith; yes, faith.
FACE. Why, who
Am I, my mungrel? who am I?
SUB. I'll tell you.,
Since you know not yourself.
FACE. Speak lower, rogue.
SUB. Yes, you were once (time's not long past)
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