1st. P. Fear, what do you mean by fear, possibly you may have most Reason to fear •hortly.
2d. P. (aside) you'll certainly spoil all.
Quaker. Thou seemest angry, I don't understand thee a right Friend, explain thyself, why I should be more afraid hereafter than thee.
1st. P. I don't choose it at Present: Stay till the Time comes.
Qua. What Time, thou talkest Misterious? What Time, I cannot divine thy meaning, thou talkest in unintelligible dark Characters.
1st. P. You may think as you will, I will satisfy you no further now.
Qua. Thou seemest to be possess'd of a Spirit of Madness, I can scarce have Patience with thee.
1st. P. I am not so mad as you, you seem to have the Spirit of the D—l in you.
2d. P. Sir excuse my Friend, he is a little out of humour this Morning, he was disturb'd of his Rest last Night.
Qua. Ay, ay, I suppose he was at Germantown last Night, giving them Vagrants Counsel, was he not.
1st. P. No Matter it's none of your business.
Qua. It is Matter, I shall take notice of thee.
1st. P. Ay, and so shall I of you.
Qua. —Was I in Power I'd let thee know,