Raphael Madonna and Child with Book painting
Daniel Ridgway Knight The Honeymoon Breakfast painting
Well, I say no: and therefore for assuranceLet's each one send unto his wife;And he whose wife is most obedientTo come at first when he doth send for her,Shall win the wager which we will propose.
Content. What is the wager?
Twenty crowns!I'll venture so much of my hawk or hound,But twenty times so much upon my wife.
A hundred then.I'll be your half, Bianca comes.
I'll have no halves; I'll bear it all myself.
How now! what news?
Sir, my mistress sends you wordThat she is busy and she cannot come.
How! she is busy and she cannot come!Is that an answer?
Ay, and a kind one too: