Lizzie Eustace: ...anyway, I don't want money. I want diamonds.
Mrs. Carbuncle: Better to have the money than neither, my dear. Money may not look as nice as diamonds, but it might come in handy one day... or perhaps you could use it to buy other diamonds later on. If you have money, you see, you can have anything you want.
Lizzie Eustace: But you will be true... You will take care of me in my ordeal?
Lord George: I dare say, the Devil will if I don't.
Mrs. Hittaway: [Condescendingly to Fawn] You may be deficient in charm, Frederick, but it is wonderful what sheer persistence will do.
Lady Fawn: [Hearing that Clara wants to play matchmaker for her brother] Don't you think, Clara, that Frederick might like to decide that for himself?
Mrs. Hittaway: [shouting because her mother is hard of hearing] If we leave it to Frederick, he will either marry a disaster or die an old maid.