The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which Have Been Acted on the London Stage, Volume 5

J. Rivington, 1787

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Pagina 15 - Bon. So well, as the saying is, that I could wish we had as many more of 'em. They're full of money, and pay double for every thing they have.
Pagina 57 - Do, wrap thyself up like a wood-louse, and dream revenge — and hear me, if thou canst learn to write by to-morrow morning, pen me a challenge. — I'll carry it for thee. Pet. Carry your mistress's monkey a spider! — Go flea dogs, and read romances! — I'll go to bed to my maid.
Pagina 25 - Ay, ay, suffer your cruelty to ruin the object of your power, to destroy your lover — and then how vain, how lost a thing you'll be! Nay, 'tis true: you are no longer handsome when...
Pagina 69 - I am no lord, but a poor, needy man, come with a mean, a scandalous design to prey upon your fortune.
Pagina 70 - Bob. For, do you see, sir, by the heart of valour in me, except it be to some peculiar and choice spirits, to whom I am extraordinarily engaged, as...
Pagina 27 - To know this, and yet continue to be in love, is to be made wise from the dictates of reason, and yet persevere to play the fool by the force of instinct.
Pagina 47 - em, I care not if I leave 'em a common motto to their common crest. All husbands must or pain or shame endure; The wise too jealous are, fools too secure.
Pagina 52 - Ah, idle creature, get up when you will — and d'ye hear, I won't be called names after I'm married; positively I won't be called names.

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