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" Ay, charioteer does better. Into the dairy he descends, And there his whipping and his driving ends; There he's secure from danger of a bilk, His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk. For Susan you know, is Thetis, and so BRISK. Incomparable well and... "
Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays - Pagina 66
door John Bell - 1797
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The life of the author. The old batchelor. The double dealer. Love for love

William Congreve - 1774
...proper, egad — But I have one Exception to make — Don't you think Bilk (I know it's good Rhime) but don't you think Bilk and Fare too like a Hackney Coach-man ? Lady Froth. I fwear and vow, I'm afraid fo — And yet our Jehu was a Hackney Coach-man, when my Lord took...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 9

1777
...Incomparable well and proper, I'gad But I have one exception^ make Don't you think bilk (I know its good rhyme) but don't you think bilk and fare too like a hackney coachman ? L. Froth.-lf~wear and vow I'm afraid fo -And yet our Jehu was a hackney-coachman, when my lord took...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

1777
...- • " • Brisk. Incomparable well and proper, 'sjjad.— But 1 have one exception to make Don't you think bilk (I know it is good rhyme) but 'don't you think bills and farft too like a hackney coachman ? LF I fwear nnd vow I am afraid fo - And yef our Jehu...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1780
...fwear and vow I am afraid fo" • • And yet our Jehu was a hackney coachman when ray Lord took him. know it is good rhyme) but don't you think bilk and fare too like a hackney coachman ? Brhk, Was he? I am anfivered, if Jehu was a hackBey coachman—You may put that in the marginal notes...
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The Double Dealer: A Comedy

William Congreve - 1797 - 120 pagina’s
...he descends, And there his whipping and his driving tads ; There he 's secure from danger of a hilk, His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk. For Susan,...Do n't you think bilk (I know it is good rhyme) but do n't you think bilk and fare too like a hackney coachman ? Lady F. I swear and vow I am afraid so...
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The British drama, Volume 3

British drama - 1804
...descends. ' And there his whipping and'his driving en ' There, he's secure from danger of a bilk, ' His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk.' For Susan,...proper, 'egad — But I have one exception to make Don't you think bilk (I know it is good rhyme) but don't you think bilk and fare too like a hackney...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...he descends, And there his whipping and his driving ends; There he's secure from danger of a bilk, His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk. For Susan,...proper, 'egad — But I have one exception to make — Don't you think bilk, (I know it is good rhyme} but don't you think bilk and fare too like a hackney-coachman?...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

1811
...he descends, And there his whipping and his driving ends; There he's secure from danger of a bilk, His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk. For Susan,...proper, 'egad — But I have one exception to make — Don't you think bilk, (I know it is good rhyme) but don't you think bilk and fare too like a hackney-coachman...
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The modern British drama, Volume 3

British drama - 1811
...he descends, And there his whipping and his driving ends; There he's secure from danger of a bilk, His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk. For Susan, you know, is Thetis, and so Britk. Incomparable well and proper, 'egad — But I have one exception to make — Don't you think...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic ..., Volume 3

Thomas Dibdin - 1815
...he descends. And there his whipping and his driving ends; There he's secure from danger of a bilk, His fare is paid him, and he sets in milk. For Susan, yon know, is Tlietis, and so 'Biiak. Incomparable well and proper, 'egad; but I have one exception...
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