PORTER
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Here's a knocking indeede: if a man were Porter ofHere's a knocking indeed! If a man were porter ofMac II.iii.1
Hell Gate, hee should haue old turning the Key.hell-gate, he should have old turning the key.Mac II.iii.2
Knock, Knock, Knock. Who's there i'th' name ofKnock, knock, knock! Who's there i'the name ofMac II.iii.3
Belzebub? Here's a Farmer, that hang'd himselfe on th'Belzebub? Here's a farmer that hanged himself on theMac II.iii.4
expectation of Plentie: Come in time, haue Napkins enowexpectation of plenty. Come in time! Have napkins enowMac II.iii.5
about you, here you'le sweat for't. about you; here you'll sweat for't.Mac II.iii.6
Knock, knock. Who's there in th' other Deuils Name?Knock, knock! Who's there in the other devil's name?Mac II.iii.7
Faith here's an Equiuocator, that could sweare in both theFaith, here's an equivocator that could swear in both theMac II.iii.8
Scales against eyther Scale, who committed Treasonscales against either scale, who committed treasonMac II.iii.9
enough for Gods sake, yet could not equiuocate toenough for God's sake, yet could not equivocate toMac II.iii.10
Heauen: oh come in, Equiuocator.heaven. O, come in, equivocator.Mac II.iii.11
Knock, Knock, Knock. Who's there? 'Faith here's anKnock, knock, knock! Who's there? Faith, here's anMac II.iii.12
English Taylor come hither, for stealing out of a FrenchEnglish tailor come hither for stealing out of a FrenchMac II.iii.13
Hose: Come in Taylor, here you may rost your Goose.hose. Come in, tailor; here you may roast your goose.Mac II.iii.14
Knock, Knock. Neuer at quiet: What are you? but thisKnock, knock! Never at quiet! What are you? – But thisMac II.iii.15
place is too cold for Hell. Ile Deuill-Porter it no further:place is too cold for hell. I'll devil-porter it no further.Mac II.iii.16
I had thought to haue let in some of all Professions, thatI had thought to have let in some of all professions thatMac II.iii.17
goe the Primrose way to th' euerlasting Bonfire.go the primrose way to the everlasting bonfire.Mac II.iii.18
Anon, anon, I pray you remember the Porter.Anon, anon! I pray you remember the porter.Mac II.iii.19
Faith Sir, we were carowsing till the secondFaith sir, we were carousing till the secondMac II.iii.22
Cock: And Drinke, Sir, is a great prouoker of three things.cock; and drink, sir, is a great provoker of three things.Mac II.iii.23
Marry, Sir, Nose-painting, Sleepe, and Vrine.Marry, sir, nose-painting, sleep, and urine.Mac II.iii.26
Lecherie, Sir, it prouokes, and vnprouokes: it prouokesLechery, sir, it provokes and unprovokes: it provokesMac II.iii.27
the desire, but it takes away the performance. Thereforethe desire but it takes away the performance. ThereforeMac II.iii.28
much Drinke may be said to be an Equiuocator withmuch drink may be said to be an equivocator withMac II.iii.29
Lecherie: it makes him, and it marres him; it sets him on, andlechery; it makes him and it mars him; it sets him on andMac II.iii.30
it takes him off; it perswades him, and dis-heartens him;it takes him off; it persuades him and disheartens him,Mac II.iii.31
makes him stand too, and not stand too: in conclusion, equiuocatesmakes him stand to and not stand to; in conclusion, equivocatesMac II.iii.32
him in a sleepe, and giuing him the Lye, leaues him.him in a sleep and giving him the lie, leaves him.Mac II.iii.33
That it did, Sir, i'the very Throat on me: but IThat it did, sir, i' the very throat on me. But IMac II.iii.35
requited him for his Lye, and (I thinke) being too strongrequited him for his lie and, I think, being too strongMac II.iii.36
for him, though he tooke vp my Legges sometime, yet Ifor him, though he took up my legs sometime, yet IMac II.iii.37
made a Shift to cast him.made a shift to cast him.Mac II.iii.38
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