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" Tis my honour that is concerned, and the violation was intended to me. Your honour! You have none but what is in my keeping, and I can dispose of it when I please: therefore don't provoke me. "
Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays - Pagina 38
door John Bell - 1797
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The Works of Mr. William Congreve:: In Three Volumes. Consisting of His ...

William Congreve - 1730
...my Honour, and yonder is the Viola ter of my Fame. Lady PL r AN T. "Tis my Honour that is concern'd, and the Violation was intended to me. Your Honour...you have none but what is in my keeping, and I can difpofe of it when I pieafe — — therefore don't provoke me. Sir PAUL PL TA N T. Hum, gads-bud fhe...
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The Double-dealer: A Comedy. Written by Mr. Congreve

William Congreve - 1735 - 107 pagina’s
...Honour, and yonder is the Violatcr of my Fame. LP Tis my Honour that is concern'd, and theVielation was intended to me. Your Honour ! You have none but what -is in my keeping, and I can difpofe of k wlienl pleafe therefore don't provoke me. 36 The DOUBLE DEALER. Sir Paul. Hum, gads-bud...
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The life of the author. The old batchelor. The double dealer. Love for love

William Congreve - 1774
...thus exafperateJ. — But I will protect my Honour — and yonder is the Violator of my Fame. Lady P. 'Tis my Honour that is concerned, and the Violation...You have none but what is in my keeping, and I can difpofe of it when. I plea-fc— theretore don't provoke me. Sir P. Pi. Hum ! gads-bud, fhe lays true.—...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 9

1777
...will proteft my hoHour, and yonder is the violator of my fame.. LP 'Tis my honour that is concern'd, and the violation was intended to me. Your honour...You have none but what is in my keeping, and I can difpofe of it when I pleafe therefore don't provoke me. SiiPaul. Hum, gads-bud fhe fays true Well,...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

1777
...violator of my fame. L..P. 'Tis my honour that is concerned, and the violation was intended to me; i Your honour ! you have none but what is in my keeping, and I can difpofe of it when-Tpleafe — therefore don't provoke me. Sit P. Hum, gads-bud fhe fays true Well,...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1780
...to talk to you ; but remember I have a curtain-lecture for you, you difobed'ient, headftrong brute. LP 'Tis my honour that is concerned, and the violation was intended to me. 'Your honour ! you have nonq but what is in my keeping, and I can difpofe of it when I pleafe—therefore don't provoke me....
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The Double Dealer: A Comedy

William Congreve - 1797 - 120 pagina’s
...I won't be a brute, and have my head fortified, that I am thus exasperated. — But I will proteft my honour, and yonder is the violater of my fame....says true Well, my lady, march on, I will fight under youthen; Iain convinced as far as passion will permit. {Lady PI. and. Sir Paul come up /oMellefont....
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The British drama, Volume 3

British drama - 1804
...exasperated. — But I will protect my honour, and yonder is the violator of my fame. 1м<1у Ply. 'Tis my honour that is concerned, and the violation...when I please — therefore, don't provoke me. •Sir Paul. Hum ! gads-bud, she says true— Well, my lady, march on, I will fight under you, then; I am...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...thus exasperated. — But 1 will protect my honour, and yonder is the violator of my fame. Lady Ply. Tis my honour that is concerned, and the violation was intended to me. — Your 1»inour ! you have none but what is in my keepin?, and I can dispose of it when I please — therefore,...
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The modern British drama, Volume 3

British drama - 1811
...thus exasperated. — But I will protect my honour, and yonder is the violatcr of my fame. Ladi/ P. ell, that s •ver too. I never loved her; or, if...certain; so (here's an end of jealousy. Weary of her Paul. Hum, gads-bud, she says true — Well, my lady, march on, I will fight under you then ; I am...
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