perfect goods than men!
[Draws his sword .
Luce . Why do you fright me, friend,
Jasp . Come, make your way to Heaven, and bid the world,
Luce . Oh, Jasper,
Jasp . Foolish girl,
[Wife . Away, George, away! raise the watch at Ludgate, and bring a mittimus from the justice for this desperate villain!Now, I charge you, gentlemen, see the kings peace kept!Oh, my heart, what a varlets this, to offer manslaughter upon the harmless gentlewoman!
Cit . I warrant thee, sweetheart, well have him hampered.]
Luce . Oh, Jasper, be not cruel!
Enter VENTUREWELL, HUMPHREY, and Attendants.
Vent . Whereabouts?
Jasp . No more of this; now to myself again.
Hum . There, there he stands, with sword, like martial knight,
Vent . Sirrah, restore my daughter!
Jasp . Sirrah, no.
Vent . Upon him, then!
[They attack Jasper, and force Luce from him .
[Wife . So; down with him, down with him, down with him! cut him i the leg, boys, cut him i the leg!]
Vent . Come your ways, minion: Ill provide a cage
Hum . Truly, Im glad your forces have the day.
[Exeunt all except Jasper .
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