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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and ..., Volume 14
Volledige weergave - 1826
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Pagina 23 - Estif. When she has married him, So infinite his love is link'd unto her, You, I, or any one that helps at this pinch, May have, Heaven knows what.
Pagina 8 - And with what honesty you ask it of me, When I am gone let your man follow me, And view what house I enter, thither come, For there I dare be bold to appear open : And as I like your vertuous carriage then, Enter Juan, Clara, a Servant. I shall be able to give welcome to you ; She hath done her business, I must take my leave, Sir.
Pagina 37 - Pray do not know me, I am full of business. When I have more time I'll be merry with ye. It is the woman. Good madam, tell me truly, Had you a maid call'd Estifania I Mar. Yes, truly had I. Per. Was she a maid d'you think J Mar. I dare not swear for her.
Pagina 4 - Door. RELATIVE POSITIONS. R. means Right; L. Left; C. Centre ; RC Right of Centre; LC Left of Centre. R. RC. C. LC. L. ', "The Reader is supposed to he on the Stage, facing the Audience. i«*» MAID OR WIFE: OR, THE DECEIVER DECEIVED ACT I.
Pagina 43 - We are not wise to talk thus, Carry her the gold, I'll look her out a jewel Shall sparkle like her eyes, and thee another: Come, pr'ythee come, I long to serve the lady ; Long monstrously ; now, valour, I shall meet ye, You, that dare dukes.
Pagina 42 - There's no way left to come at her now, no craving, If money could come near, yet I would pay him...
Pagina 26 - I think him an ass still : This boldness some of your people have blown Into him, this wisdom too, with strong wine. 'Tis a tyrant, and a philosopher also, and finds Out reasons.
Pagina 33 - I shall be master of it ; Twas built for my bulk, the rooms are wide and spacious, Airy and full of ease, and that I love well. I'll tell you when I taste the wine, my lord, And take the height of her table with my stomach, How my affection stands to the young lady.
Pagina 36 - Most impudent, and have no feeling of it; No conscience to reclaim her from a monster; Let her lie by him like a flattering ruin, And at one instant kill both name and honour : Let him be lost, no eye to weep his end, Nor find no earth that's base enough to bury him: — Now, sir, fall on, I am ready to oppose ye.