in' my house and makin' it the talk of the neighbours. Out you go at once.
[With drunken pride.]
I thrust my company on no man or woman uninvited.
Out you go. I want no excuses. Put him out of this Samuel James.
[Samuel James eludes his mother's eye and beckons the tramp to stay on.]
The drunken wretch comin' in here. A nice place you'd have it William Granahan with your fine company.
WILLIAM JOHN GRANAHAN.
I brought him home here as a tarr'ble and awful warnin' to Robbie John what this sort of an occupation brings a man till. Yon see him Robbie John. There's you're great fiddlin' for you. Be warned in time.
[The tramp moves to the door. Robbie John rises and goes across to him and taps him on the shoulder.]
[Slips him money.]
God bless you poor wanderin' soul and God forbid any Granahan should ever be treated as you have been.
Sir, I thank you.