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Сторінка 15 - Tag. Not directly, perhaps ; but I may be the means of helping you to it ; as for example — If you should not like to marry the old man your aunt designs for you, one may find a way to break Bid.
Сторінка 8 - Then, as to his intellectual, he is a mere carte blanche ; the last man he is with must afford him matter for the next he goes to. But a story is his idol ; throw him in that, and he swallows it ; no matter what, raw or roasted, savoury or insipid, down it goes, and up again to the first person he meets.
Сторінка 22 - Tag. I have given the Captain one of your old gloves to mumble ; but my Strephon is diverting himself with the more substantial comforts of a cold venison pasty. Bid. What shall we do with the next that comes ? Tag. If Mr. Fribble comes first, I'll clap him up into my lady's store-room. I suppose he is a great maker of marmalade himself, and will have an opportunity of making some critical remarks upon our pastry and sweetmeats.
Сторінка 24 - I am fit to see any company now . This discovery will do me more good, I believe, than all Mr. Prattle's cordial mixtures, as he calls them. Bell. Oh, you're in charming spirits, sister — But Captain Johnson ! you abound in the military, Captains, Colonels, and Majors, by wholesale : Who is Captain Johnson, pray t Em.
Сторінка 17 - Bid. Quite another sort of a man. He speaks like a lady for all the world, and never swears as Mr. Flash does, but wears nice white gloves, and tells me what ribbons become my complexion, where to stick my patches, who is the best milliner, where they sell the best tea, and which is the best wash for the face, and the best paste for the hands ; he is always playing with my...
Сторінка 27 - ... her.] The devil take me but there is no talking to you — how can you use me in this barbarous manner ! if I had the constitution of an alderman, it would sink under my sufferings — hooman nater can't support it.
Сторінка 35 - A very reasonable request. — Come, Madam, pity the poor fellow, and admit him to (your good graces again. Flo. Let us prevail on you, dear Madam. Em. Well ; now I see he is most heartily mortified, I am half inclined to pity him.
Сторінка 4 - With fifteen thousand pounds for her fortune — strong motives, I must confess. — And now, Sir, as you are pleased to say you must depend upon my care and abilities in this affair, I think I have a just right to be acquainted with the particulars of your passion, that I may be the better enabled to serve you.