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" None of our faults, they might have look'd on and seen if they would. And then as to this beautiful tree, with which Mr. Serjeant has ornamented his spot— No, gentlemen, no such matter at all ; I am instructed to say quite the reverse ; a stunted tree,... "
The Dramatic Works of Samuel Foote, Esq: To which is Prefixed A Life of the ... - Сторінка 45
автори: Samuel Foote - 1809
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The Fashionable Lover: A Comedy, Випуск 4

Richard Cumberland - 1772 - 63 стор.
...leaft interruption puts one out of one's — None of our faults, they might have look'd on and feen if they would. And then as to this beautiful tree, with which Mr. Serjeant has ornamented his fpot — No, gentle*men, no fuch matter at all ; I am inftructed to fay quite the reverfe; a ftunted...
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The Minor Theatre: Being a Collection of the Most Approved Farces ..., Том 4

1794
...somebody did ; it co uld no be the head—consider the least interruption puts one out of one's*—.None of our faults, they might have look'd on and seen...; a tree not only limbless, and leafless, but very ne:ir lifeless ; that was the true state of the tree; and then as to its use, we own it Was a plum-tree...
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The Works of Samuel Foote, Esq. ...

Samuel Foote - 1799
...leaft interruption puts one out of one's —None of our faults, they might have look'd on and feen if they would. And then as to this beautiful tree, with which Mr Serjeant has ornamented his fpot—No, gentlemen, no fuch matter at all; I am inftructed to fay quite the reverfe ; a ftunted tree,...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

1804
...consider the least interruption nits one out of one's — None of our faults, they might have looked on, and seen if they would. And then as to this beautiful...say quite the reverse : a stunted tree, a blighted, jlasted tree ; a tree, not only limbless, and leaf>ess, hut very near lifeless; that was the true state...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

1804
...seen if they would. And then a¿ to this beautiful tree, with which Mr Serjeant has ornamented bis spot — no, gentlemen, no such matter at all ; I...the reverse : a stunted tree, a blighted, blasted tiee ; a tree, not only limbltss, and leaf3, but ti-ry near lifeless; that was the true state of the...
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The British drama, Том 2

British drama - 1804
...consider the least interruption iuts one out of one's-1— None of our faults, they might have looked on, and seen if they would, And then as to this beautiful tree, with «luck Mr Serjeant has ornamented hii spot — no, efv tlemen, no such matter at all ; I am instructed...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Том 5

Sir Walter Scott - 1811
...consider the least interruption puts one out of one's — None of our faults, they might have looked on, and seen if they would. And then as to this beautiful...stunted tree, a blighted blasted tree ; a tree not limbless, and leafless, but very near lifeless ; that was the true state of the tree ; and and then...
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The modern British drama, Том 5

British drama - 1811
...one's — None of our faults, they might have looked on, and seen if they would. And then a« to I hi» beautiful tree, with which Mr. Serjeant has ornamented his spot — no, gentlemen, nosuch matter at all ; I am instructed to say quite the reverse : a stunted tree, a blighted blasted...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Том 2

British drama - 1824 - 1624 стор.
...head—consider the least interruption puts one out of one's—None of our faults, they might have looked on and seen if they would. And then as to this beautiful tree, with which Mr. Serjeant has ornamented jiis, spot. No, gent'emen, no such matter at all; 1 am instructed to say quite the reverse : a stunted...
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The works of Samuel Foote, esq., with remarks on each play and an ..., Том 3

Samuel Foote - 1830
...said nothing I'm sure. Sir Luke. That's true, but you sneezed. Mrs. Cir. Not I. Blight have looked on and seen if they would. And then, as to this beautiful tree, with which Mr. Sergeant has ornamented his spot — No, gentlemen, no such matter at all ; I am instructed tosay quite...
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