Відгуки відвідувачів - Написати рецензію
Не знайдено жодних рецензій.
Інші видання - Показати все
afraid Beau believe Belmour better brother carry Charles child Cole comes Cook daughter dear devil Dick don't Duke Enter Exit father fellow fool Foote Free gentleman George girl give glad hand happy head hear heart Heartly hold honour hope I'll keep laugh leave live Load Loader look Lord Lucy Ma'am Madam Maria marry master mean mind morning never night Old Phil person Philip Philpot play poor Pray pretty Quid Quidnunc Rove SCENE servant Shift Sings Sir Cha Sir Geo Sir Harry Sir Jasp Sir Wil Smart Smirk soon speak stay suppose sure talk tell there's thing thought told town Trans true uncle wait Weal Wild write young lady
Сторінка 26 - I wag mark'd to the top of your trick by the Baron, my dear. What, I am no cinque and quatre man. Come, shall we have a dip in the history of the Four Kings this morning?
Сторінка 12 - Weal. A sagacious remark that ; and highly probable that we merchants, who maintain a constant correspondence with the four quarters of the world, should know less of it then your fashionable fellows, whose whole experience is bounded by Westminsterbridge.
Сторінка 27 - Phi. Mind, Sir, what excellent rules the book contains, and remember them well. — Come, Kitty, begin. Kit. [Reads.] Advice to the footman: Let it for ever be your plan To be the master, not the man, And do — as little as you can.
Сторінка 47 - Enter TOM. Tom, I respect and value you — you are an honest servant, and shall never want encouragement : be so good Tom, as to see that gentleman out of my house— [Points to PHILIP.] — and then take charge of the cellar and plate. Tom. I thank your honour ; but I would not rise on the ruin of a fellow-servant.
Сторінка 54 - I got through it. Her Grace, indeed, gave me great encouragement. I overheard her whisper to Lady Dy, upon my word Mr. Smirk does it very well. Very well, indeed, Mr. Smirk, addressing herself to me.
Сторінка 25 - Deep in the mystery ; a professed connoisseur, from a Niger to a Nautilus ; from the Apollo Belvidere to a Butterfly. Sir Wil. One of these insinuating oily orators I will get you to personate; for we must have the plate and jewels in our possession, or they will soon fall into other hands.
Сторінка 10 - Can it be, or by law or by equity said, That a comely young girl ought to die an old maid ? Wild.
Сторінка 14 - B his arm, to St Bride's on a Sunday ; bring home the text, repeat the divisions of the discourse, dine at twelve, and regale, upon a gaudy day, with buns and beer at Islington or Mile-end. R. Weal. Wonderfully facetious! Sir. Wit. Our modern lads are of a different metal.