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—there's a go for you, isn't that bang up, isn't that prime ?—I'm the boy to splash. - Mrs. Honey. Splash indeed, brute.

Stir. Why Cousin, you have left the harmonious Nightingales, ha!

0' Daisy. More like the mudlarks, your Honour, —but birds of a feather—

Mrs. Honey. But Mr. Jumble shall account with you, Sir.

Jumble. Not I, Madam, I resign all pretentions to that gentleman.

Cypher. It's no go, Jumble—I'm not to be had —can't stand the curb.

Mrs. ILmey. Reptile! Iam nOw more con-_ vinced than ever, that your whole race are base, perliclions and deceitful ; and from my very heart I detest and execrate you and all mankind.—Out of the way, savage. [Exit, pushing O'Daisy.

Stir. But explain.

Cypher. That's soon done—I heard the signal, saw the lady—said nothing—handed her in—sigh'd and groan'd-^every thing right, but no lamps of course—dark as the devil —dash'd along —deep rut—crack went a felly—down we came.

Slir. Pray stop one moment {bringing Clara from the room, and giving her to Jumble)—there, take her, and be happy.

Cypher. That's it—that's right—that's prime.

Enter Dolly and Jerry Blossom.

0'Daisy. Ha' here's my t'other half come to help me m;ike one amongst you.

holly. Why Kourke—have you given the parcel?

Q'Daisy. O, murder !— (taking the Parchment

from his Pocket)—you must know, that when I was at Mr. Jumble's, I caught up this bundle of paper to load the bull-dogs with—Oh! be aisy, says Mr. Quill, that's parchment—and what's better to shoot a lawyer with than parchment said I —Oh! but says he, its worth a thousand a year of any man's money—and it belongs to Mr. Jumble, —then by the powers, said I, I'll have the pleasure of giving it myself.

Cypher. Oh! I'll swear to the papers, though I never read them.

Jumble. Indeed! then with my beloved Clara, and this independence, I begin the world anew.

In love I've Hit my mark—Success I claim,
Should we fail here—We Miss indeed our aim.

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