[...] Very well, my dear, if you wish it, it shall be Robert. You shall have your own way. But I think, my dear, upon a little consideration, you will ackwledge that there is a decided objection. An objection Mr Easy? Yes, my dear; Robert may be very well, but you must reflect upon the consequences; he is certain to be called Bob. Well, my dear, and suppose they do call him Bob? I cant bear even the supposition, my dear. You forget the county in which we are residing, the downs covered with sheep. Why, Mr Easy, what can sheep have to do with a Christian name? There it is; women never look to consequences. My dear, they have a great deal to do with the name of Bob. I will appeal to any farmer in the county, if [...].