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ters, underfed: nagging firenibblers knockling aterman up out of1
his hinterclutch. Tomb be their tools! When the youngdammers2
will be soon heartpocking on their betters' doornoggers: and the3
youngfries will be backfrisking diamondcuts over their lyingin4
underlayers, spick and spat trowelling a gravetrench for their5
fourinhand forebears. Vote for your club!6
          Wait! 7
          What! 8
          Her door! 9
          Ope? 10
          See! 11
          What? 12
          Careful. 13
          Who? 14
    Live well! Iniivdluaritzas! Tone! 15
    Cant ear! Her dorters ofe? Whofe? Her eskmeno daughters 16
hope? Whope? Ellme, elmme, elskmestoon! Soon!17
    Let us consider. 18
    The procurator Interrogarius Mealterum presends us this pro- 19
    Honuphrius is a concupiscent exservicemajor who makes dis- 21
honest propositions to all. He is considered to have committed,22
invoking droit d'oreiller, simple infidelities with Felicia, a virgin,23
and to be practising for unnatural coits with Eugenius and Jere-24
mias, two or three philadelphians. Honophrius, Felicia, Eugenius25
and Jeremias are consanguineous to the lowest degree. Anita26
the wife of Honophrius, has been told by her tirewoman, For-27
tissa, that Honuphrius has blasphemously confessed under volun-28
tary chastisement that he has instructed his slave, Mauritius, to29
urge Magravius, a commercial, emulous of Honuphrius, to solicit30
the chastity of Anita. Anita is informed by some illegitimate31
children of Fortissa with Mauritius (the supposition is Ware's)32
that Gillia, the schismatical wife of Magravius, is visited clandes-33
tinely by Barnabas, the advocate of Honuphrius, an immoral34
person who has been corrupted by Jeremias. Gillia, (a cooler35
blend, D'Alton insists) ex equo with Poppea, Arancita, Clara,36