page 387 : 'Please, sir, who is the Lord Warden?' 'The Duke.' 'But the Duke had nothing to do with taking this fish?' 'It is his.' 'We have been at great trouble, and peril, and some expense, and is all that to go to the Duke's benefit; we getting nothing at all for our pains but our blisters?' 'It is his.' 'Is the Duke so very poor as to be forced to this desperate mode of getting a livelihood?' 'It is his.' 'I thought to relieve my old bed-ridden mother by part of my share of this whale.' 'It is his.' 'Won't the Duke be content with a quarter or a half?' 'It is his.'