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" I despair; there had used to be a livelihood to be picked up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last : there is not a point to which the wit and faculty of man can turn, that I have... "
The Brothers: A Comedy, in Five Acts - Сторінка 24
автори: Richard Cumberland - 1808 - 75 стор.
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British Theatre, Том 25

John Bell - 1792
...had us'd to be a livelihood to be pick'd up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last...to which the wit and faculty of man can turn, that 1 have not set mine to ; but in vain, I am beat through every quarter of the compass. Mrs. Ful. Ah...
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Jones's British Theatre, Том 10

1795
...country,, both for the honeft and difhoneft : I have tried each walk, and am likely to ftarve at laft ; there is not a point to which the wit and. faculty of man can turn,, that I have not fet mine to ; but in vain, I am beat through every quarter. o£.the compafs, Mrs. Fuf. Ah ! common...
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Bell's British Theatre, Том 19

John Bell - 1797
...had us'd to be a livelihood to be pick'd up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last...compass. Mrs. Ful. Ah ! common efforts all : strike me i master-stroke, Mr. Fulmer, if you wish to make any figure in this country. Ful. But where, how, and...
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Select Plays from Celebrated Authors, Performed at the Principal Theatres in ...

1804
...had us'd to be a livelihood to be pick'd up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, 'and am likely to starve at...that I have not set mine to ; but in vain, I am beat thro' . every quarter of the compass. Ful. But where, how, and what ? I have blu»ter'd for prerogative...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...had used to he a livelihood to be picked up in (his country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last...which the wit and faculty of man can turn, that I have nnt set mine to; but in vain, 1 am beat through every quarter of the »•ompass. Mrs Fui. Ah ! common...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve tit last : there is not a point to which the wit and faculty...can turn, that I have not set mine to; but in vain, 1 am beat through every quarter of the compres. Mr» Ful. Ah ! common efforts all : strike me Voi....
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...had used to be a livelihood to be picked up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last : there is not a pomt to which the wit and faculty of man can turn, that I have not set mine to; but in vain, I am beat...
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English Comedy, Томи 1 – 2

1810
...had used to be a livelihood to be picked up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest : I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last...common efforts all : strike me a master-stroke, Mr. Fultner, if you wish to make any figure in this country. Ful. But where, how, and what ? I have blustered...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces, Том 12

Thomas Dibdin - 1815
...for what have we got, whom have we gulled but ourselves? which of all your trains lias taken iin- : even this poor expedient of your bookseller's shop...but in vain ; I am beat through every quarter of the compags. .Mrs. /' " /. Ah ! common efforts all : strike me a master-stroke, Mr. Fulmer, if yon wish...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Том 2

British drama - 1824 - 1624 стор.
...there had used to be a livelihood to be picked up in this country, both for the honest and dishonest: I have tried each walk, and am likely to starve at last;...vain; I am beat through every quarter of the compass. Ful. But where, how, and what ? I have blustered for prerogative ; I have bellowed for freedom; I have...
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