SCANDAL and JEREMY.
Well, is your master ready? does he look madly and talk
Yes, sir; you need make no great doubt of that. He that was
so near turning poet yesterday morning can't be much to seek in
playing the madman to-day.
Would he have Angelica acquainted with the reason of his
No, sir, not yet. He has a mind to try whether his playing
the madman won't make her play the fool, and fall in love with him;
or at least own that she has loved him all this while and concealed
I saw her take coach just now with her maid, and think I
heard her bid the coachman drive hither.
Like enough, sir, for I told her maid this morning, my master
was run stark mad only for love of her mistress.--I hear a coach
stop; if it should be she, sir, I believe he would not see her, till
he hears how she takes it.
Well, I'll try her: --'tis she--here she comes.