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affair assure Belf Belfield believe better Betty Boards bring brother Charles child Cler comes consider Constantia daughter dear Eger Egerton Enter Erit Exit father fear fellow fortune Francis Fred give hand happiness hear heart hold honest honour hope husband interest Ironsides John keep kind Lady Rod Lappet leave live look Lord Love Lucy madam Mariana marry master match mean Miss never noow obliged once pardon Paterson Philip poor pounds pray present reason Scene servant short side Sir Benj Sir Benjamin Sir Pert Sir Pertinax Sophia speak sure tell thing thought thousand till told Tomlins true vary Violetta vols weel whole wife Wise wish woman wull young
Сторінка 19 - Eger. And he, who makes any other— let him be of the North, or of the South — of the East, or of the West — in place, or out of place, is an enemy to the whole, and to the virtues of humanity.
Сторінка 131 - Sweet kissing Lips, swelling Breasts, and the finest Shape that ever was embraced. [Catching Lappet in his Arms. Lap. Oh, Sir! I am not the Lady. — Was ever such an old Goat! — Well, Sir, I see you are determined on the Match; and so, I desire you...
Сторінка 43 - Sir, your frankness and sincerity demand the same behaviour on my side. Therefore, without further disguise, or ambiguity, know, sir, that I myself am ass deeply smitten wi a certain swain, ass I understand ye are wi yeer Constantia.
Сторінка 5 - He perfectly dotes on her; and daily follows her about, with nosegays and fruit — and the first of every thing in the season — Ay, and my young Master Charles, too, is in as bad a way as the gardener — in short every body loves her, and...
Сторінка 33 - ... to rise in the world. Eger. Sir, I shall be proud to profit by your experience. Sir P. Vary weel, sir ; sit ye down then, sit you down here.
Сторінка 45 - Sir Pertinax — but what shall we do in this case ? for Mr. Sergeant insists that you positively agreed to my lord's having the nomination to the three boroughs during his own life. Sir Pert.