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D. seems to be . . . playing cards. ] Follows ty in Qi-j, F, D (romans in Qi-4). fifty four The Wild Gallant IV, i Lov. How's this? Am I the fellow he fights with? Trice. i'm going to do you correct Jack; as i'm a good guy you want to discard this, there isn't any wrong way: for those who have been my very own Brother i'll do no higher for you. Zounds, the Rogue has a Quint-Major, and 3 Aces more youthful hand. 20 remain; What am I for the purpose? yet naked 40, and he 51: Fifteen and 5 for the purpose: 20, and three by means of Aces, 23. good, i'm to play first: i—23. 2—23. 3—23. 4—23. Pox on't, now i have to play into his hand: five now you are taking it Jack, 5—24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. and the playing cards 40. Lov. Hitherto it is going good on my part. Trice. Now I Deale: what number do you are taking Jack? All? then i'm long past: What an increase is herel 14 by means of Aces, and a Sixieme significant: i'm long past, with no having a look into my playing cards. I, i presumed so. (Takes up an Ace and bites it. ) If ever guy Play'd so with such curs'd Fortune, i will be hang'd, and desirous about wish of this damn'd Ace there is your ten items, with a Pox to you, for a Rooking beggarly Rascal as you're. Loveby Comes ahead. Lov. What celebration have I given you for those phrases, Sir? Rook and Rascal 1 i'm not more Rascal than yourself, Sir. Trice. How's this; how's thisl Lov. And although for this time I positioned it up, simply because i'm a winner (Snatches the Gold. Trice. What a satan do'st thou post? no longer my Gold i am hoping Jack? forty Lov. by means of your favour yet I do; and 'twas received really; a Sixieme, and Fourteen by means of Aces via your individual confession. What a Pox we do not make kids Play i am hoping? Trice. good, consider this, Jack; from this hour I forswear twiddling with you while i'm on my own; What, Will you bate me not anything on't? 21-zs 23. good] — good Qi-4; ~ . good F, D. as i—25. and so on. ] i. 23. and so forth. Qi~4, F; i, 23; and so on. D. eighty four 5—24. 25. and so forth. ] five. 24. 25. and so forth. Qi-4, F; five, 24, 25, and so forth. D. 29 so. ]~ : Qi-4, F, D. 32-)- s. d. Comes ahead] Enters Q1-4, F, D. S7 winner ] D; ~ . Qi-4, F. IV, i The Wild Gallant fifty five Lov. now not a Farthing, Justice: i will be Judged through you, if I had misplaced you are going to have taken each piece on't: what I win, I win and there is an finish. input Servant. Serv. Sir, those humans remain with out, and won't be answer'd. BO Trice. good, what is their enterprise? Serv. Nay, no nice subject: onely a Fellow for purchasing a \Vench with Childe. Trice. No nice subject saist thou? 'Faith however it is: Is he a negative Fellow, or a Gentleman? Serv. a really bad Fellow, Sir. Trice. dangle him, Rogue, make his Mittimus instantly; needs to reminiscent of he presume to get young ones? (Exit Serv. Lov. good consider'd: a terrible lowsie Rascal, to intrench upon the sport of gents! he may have pass'd his time at Nineeo pins, or Shovel-board; that were healthy game for reminiscent of he; Justice, haven't any Mercy on him. Trice. No, by way of the Sword of Justice will I no longer. Lov. Swear'st thou, ungracious Boy? that is an excessive amount of on t'other hand for a Gentleman. I Swear now not, I Drink now not, I Curse no longer, I Cheat no longer; they're pointless Vices: I keep quite a bit out of these Sins, and take it out in that one invaluable Vice of Wenching. input Loveby's Boy. Boy. Sir, the events are with no in response to your order.