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PEACHUM We wouldn ' t be so rude as to ask him for his birth certificate when he
' s so distinguished and invited the two of us to the Cuttlefish Hotel for a little hop .
PEACHUM Where ? MRS . PEACHUM To the Cuttlefish for a little hop .
Mr . Macheath , you once had white kid gloves , a cane with an ivory handle , and
a scar on your neck , and frequented the Cuttlefish Hotel . All that is left is your
scar , undoubtedly the least valuable of your distinguishing marks , and today you
This London owes me something for having fixed it up with a capital lot of women
. He speaks the final rhymed couplet , which our text gives to Polly , and there is
no Interlude . WALTER Scene 5 [ 2 in script ] Cuttlefish Hotel . 8 p . m . Room 5 .
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