Why, o' coorse, fur it be the owd man's birthdaäy. He be heighty thisvery daäy, and 'e telled all on us to be i' the long barn by oneo'clock, fur he'll gie us a big dinner, and haäfe th' parish'll betheer, an' Miss Dora, an' Miss Eva, an' all!2ND FARMING MAN.Miss Dora be coomed back, then?1ST FARMING MAN.Ay, haäfe an hour ago. She be in theer, now. (Pointing to house.)Owd Steer wur afeärd she wouldn't be back i' time to keep hisbirthdaäy, and he wur in a tew about it all the murnin'; and he sentme wi' the gig to Littlechester to fetch 'er; and 'er an' the owd manthey fell a kissin' o' one another like two sweet-'arts i' the poorchas soon as he clapt eyes of 'er.2ND FARMING MAN.Foälks says he likes Miss Eva the best.1ST FARMING MAN.Naäy, I knaws nowt o' what foälks says, an' I caäres nowt neither.Foälks doesn't hallus knaw thessens; but sewer I be, they be two o'the purtiest gels ye can see of a summer murnin'.2ND FARMING MAN.Beänt Miss Eva gone off a bit of 'er good looks o' laäte?1ST FARMING MAN.Noä, not a bit.2ND FARMING MAN.Why coöm awaäy, then, to the long barn.[Exeunt.