Cash is Kitely’s business assistant. According to Kitely, Cash was taken in by his master at a young age. He serves as a go-between, initially for business matters but in the main for Kitely’s jealous paranoia. Kitely at one stage stations Cash at his house to watch out for Wellbred and his entourage. Like her husband, Dame Kitely also uses Cash to try and catch her spouse in the act of adultery.
Cash Quotes in Every Man in His Humour
The Every Man in His Humour quotes below are all either spoken by Cash or refer to Cash. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Oxford University Press edition of Every Man in His Humour published in 2009.).
Act 3, Scene 4 Quotes
COB: Humour! Mack, I think it be so indeed; what is that humour? some rare thing, I warrant.
CASH: Marry I'll tell thee, Cob: it is a gentlemanlike monster, bred in the special gallantry of our time, by affectation; and fed by folly.
Cash Character Timeline in Every Man in His Humour
The timeline below shows where the character Cash appears in Every Man in His Humour. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Act 2, Scene 1
Act 3, Scene 3
Act 3, Scene 4
Act 3, Scene 5
...arrive. Edward and Wellbred are praising Brainworm for his skill as an “artificer.” They ask Cash for Kitely’s whereabouts; Cash, starting to panic at the men’s arrival, informs them that Kitely... (full context)
Act 4, Scene 2
Act 4, Scene 8
Act 4, Scene 10
Act 5, Scene 1