How Doctor Faustus made his Will, in the which he named his seruant Wagner to be his heire. Chap. 56.
was now in his 24. and last yeare, and bee had a prety
stripling to his seruant, the which had studied also at the Vniuersitie of
: this youth was very well acquainted with his knaueries and
sorceries, so that hee was hated as well for his owne knaueries, as also for
his Masters: for no man would giue him entertainement into his seruice, because
of his vnhappines, but Faustus
: this Wagner
was so well beloued
, that hee vsed him as his
sonne: for doo what hee would his master was alwayes therewith well content.
And when the time drewe nigh that Faustus
should end, hee called vnto
him a Notary and certaine masters the which were his friends and often
conuersant with him, in whose presence he gaue this Wagner
his house and
Garden. Item, hee gaue him in ready money 1600. gilders. Item, a Farme. Item,
a gold chayne, much plate, and other housholde stuffe. This gaue he al to his
seruant, and the rest of his time he meant to spend in Innes and Students
company, drinking and eating, with other Iollitie: and thus hee finished his
Will for that time.