After dinner that night

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After dinner that night, the monk draws the merchant aside and asks him for a loan of one hundred  francs to purchase cattle. The merchant gladly gives Sir John the money. The next day, the merchant  leaves for Bruges. Soon after, the monk arrives at the merchant's home, and in, exchange for the  money, the wife agrees to spend the night in bed with the monk. Sometime later, the merchant stops by the monk's abbey to pay a social call. The monk volunteers  the information that he has repaid the one hundred francs to the merchant's wife only a day or two  after he had borrowed it. When the merchant returns home, he chides his wife for not telling him that  the loan was repaid. She explains that she used the money to buy fine clothes and promises to repay  him — not with money, but in bed. Seeing no point in scolding her further, the merchant concludes, 
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