Dapper is a greedy gambler and law clerk who has aspirations above
FACE. Come on, master Dapper, You see how I turn clients here away, To give your cause dispatch; have you perform'd The ceremonies were enjoin'd you?
DAP. Yes, of the vinegar, And the clean shirt.
FACE. 'Tis well: that shirt may do you More worship than you think. Your aunt's a-fire, But that she will not shew it, t' have a sight of you. Have you provided for her grace's servants?
DAP. Yes, here are six score Edward shillings.
DAP. And an old Harry's sovereign.
FACE. Very good!
DAP. And three James shillings, and an Elizabeth groat, Just twenty nobles.
FACE. O, you are too just. I would you had had the other noble in Maries.
DAP. I have some Philip and Maries.
FACE. Ay, those same Are best of all: where are they? Hark, the doctor.
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