Act 5, Scene V

Scene: The Street before the same House.

Enter MIRABEL, PINAC, and BELLEUR.

Pinac.
Is she so glorious handsome?
Mirabel.
You would wonder;
Our women look like gipsies, like Gills to her;
Their clothes and fashions beggerly, and bankrupt,
Base, old, and scurvy.
Belleur.
How looks her face?
Mirabel.
Most heavenly;
And the becoming motion of her body
So sets her off !
Belleur.
Why, then we shall stay.
Mirabel.
Pardon me,
That's more than I know; if she be that woman
She appears to be——
Belleur.
As 'tis impossible.
Mirabel.
I shall then tell you more.
Pinac.
Did you speak to her?
Mirabel.
No, no, I only saw her, she was busy:
Now I go for that end; and mark her, gentlemen,
If she appear not to you one of the sweetest,
The handsomest, the fairest, in behaviour——
We shall meet the two wenches there too; they come to visit her,
To wonder, as we do.
Pinac.
Then we shall meet 'em.
Belleur.
I had rather meet two bears.
Mirabel.
There you may take your leaves, dispatch that business,
And, as ye find their humours——
Pinac.
Is your love there too?
Mirabel.
No, certain; she has no great heart to set out again.
This is the house; I'll usher you.
Belleur.
I'll bless me,
And take a good heart, if I can.
Mirabel.
Come, nobly.
[Exeunt.