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If you want Elizaís mind improved, Governor, you do it yourself
with a strap. So long, gentlemen.
(He turns to go).
Stop. Youll come regularly to see your daughter. Itís your duty,
you know. My brother is a clergyman; and he could help you in
your talks with her.
Certainly, Iíll come, Governor. Not just this
week, because I have a job at a distance. But later on you may
depend on me. Afternoon, gentlemen. Afternoon, maam.
(He takes off his hat to Mrs Pearce, who disdains the salutation and goes out. He
winks at Higgins, thinking him probably a fellow-sufferer from Mrs Pearceís diffi-
cult disposition, and follows her).
Dont you believe the old liar. Heíd as soon you set a