Like Neft-Eggs, to make Clients lay,
And for his false Opinion pay :
To whom the Knight, with comely Grace,
Put off his Hat, to put his Case:
Which he as proudly entertain'd,
As th’other courteously strain’d.
And to assure him, 'twas not that
He look'd for; Bid him put on's Hat.
Quoth he, There is one Sidrophel,
Whom I have cudgeldam-Very well.
And now he brags t’have beaten me.
Better and better still, quo? he.
And vows to stick me to the Wall
Where e'er he meets me
-Best of all.
'Tis true the Knave has taken's Oath,
That I robb'd him - Well done in. Troth,
When h' has confess:d, he stole my Cloak,
And pick'd my Fob, and what he took;
Which was the Cause that made me bang him,
And take my Goods again Marry hang him.
Now whether I should, before-hand
Swear he robbid me? - I underft and.