SCENE I.Antechamber to Evadnes Bedroom in the Palace.
Enter EVADNE, ASPATIA, DULA, and other Ladies.
Dula. Madam, shall we undress you for this fight?
Evad. You are very merry, Dula.
Dula. I should be merrier far, if twere
Evad. Hows that?
Dula. That I might go to bed with him
Evad. Why, how now, wench?
Dula. Come, ladies, will you help?
Evad. I am soon undone.
Dula. And as soon done:
Evad. Art thou drunk, Dula?
Dula. Why, heres none but we.
Evad. Thou thinkst belike, there is no modesty
Dula. Ay, by my troth, you hit my thoughts aright.
Evad. You prick me, lady.
Dula. Tis against my will.
Evad. Sure, this wench is mad.
Dula. No, faith, this is a trick that I have had
Evad. Tis high time to leave it.
Dula. Nay, now Ill keep it, till the trick leave me.
Evad. Nay, faith, then take it.
Dula. Take it, madam? where?
Evad. Nay, then, Ill give you oer.
Dula. So will I make
Evad. Wilt take my place to-night?
Dula. Ill hold your cards gainst any two I know.
Evad. What wilt thou do?
Dula. Madam, well dot, and make em leave play too.
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