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A Collection of the Most Esteemed Farces and Entertainments Performed on the ...
Повний перегляд - 1788
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Сторінка 286 - After all, Madam, his appearance is much better than you may imagine. His face, by the help of a black ribband, is very little disfigured ; and he has got a false leg, made so naturally, that, except a small hitch in his gait, there is no material alteration in his person and deportment — Besides which, in point of health and spirits, he is particularly well. Em. I am glad of it • — But, alas ! he, whose person was so charming !— And...
Сторінка 120 - His honour is a prince, gives noble wages, and keeps noble company; and yet you two are not contented, but cheat him wherever you can lay your fingers, — Shame on you ! Lov.
Сторінка 94 - That giant, ambition, we never can dread; Our roofs are too low, for so lofty a head ; Content and sweet cheerfulness open our door, They smile with the simple, and feed with the poor. When love has posses?
Сторінка 114 - I might have staid at the door all night, as the little man in the play says, if I had not had the key of the door in my pocket. What is come to you all ? Cook.
Сторінка 128 - Egad, this is black Monday with us — sit down — seem to read your book — Here he is, as drunk as a piper— [ They sit down. Enter LOVEL with Pistols, affecting to be Drunk, FREEMAN following. Lov. Philip, the son of Alexander the Great, where are all my myrmidons ? — What the devil makes you up so early this morning ? Phil.
Сторінка 157 - I have shewn the world that I understand a little of women, I think I have; and let me tell you, Sir...
Сторінка 39 - Hissed — pelted — laughed at — not admitted into the green room ; that will never do — down, busy devil, down, down ; try it again — loved by the women — envied by the men — applauded by the pit, clapped by the gallery, admired by the boxes.
Сторінка 288 - Emily, be comforted ! more than all this might have happened to me at home. I might have thrown away my life in a duel, or broke my neck in a fox-chace : a fit of the gout, or an apoplexy, might have maimed me ten times worse for ever; or a palsy, perhaps, have killed one half of me at a single stroke — You must not take on thus — If you do, I shall be extremely uneasy.