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" I'm to have any good, let it come of itself; not to keep dinging it, dinging It into one so. Mrs. Hard. That's false; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the ale-house or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable,... "
The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ... - Стр. 39
авторы: Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
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She Stoops to Conquer: Or, the Mistakes of a Night. A Comedy. As it ..., Том 11

Oliver Goldsmith - 1773 - Страниц: 106
...HARDCASTLE. That's falfe -, I never fee you when you're in fpirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehoufe or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable, wild notes, unfeeling monfter I T ON Y. Ecod ! Mamma, your own notes are the wildefl of the two. Mrs. HARDCASTLE. Was ever...
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The poetical and dramatic works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.

Oliver Goldsmith - 1791
...HARDCASTLE. That's falfe ; I never fee yon when you're in fpirits. No, TOny, you then go to the alehoufe or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable, wild notes, unfeeling monfter ! TONT. Ecod ! mamma, your own notes are the vvildeft of the two. Mrs. HARDCASTLE. Was ever...
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Bell's British Theatre, Том 9

1797
...Hard. That's false ; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable,...does. Hast. Dear Madam, permit me to lecture the young gentlemam a little. I'm certain I can persuade him to his duty. Mrs. Hard. Well ! I must retire. Come,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Том 9

1797
...Hard. That's false ; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable,...the wildest of the two. Mrs. Hard. Was ever the like i But I see he wants to break my heart, I see he does. Hast. Dear Madam, permit me to lecture the young...
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The Orphan: Or, The Unhappy Marriage. A Tragedy

Thomas Otway - 1797 - Страниц: 109
...Hard. That's false ; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable,...mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Eiij Mrs. Hard. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants to breuk my heart, I see he does. Hast. Dear...
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British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the English Language

1804
...you then go to the ale-house or kennel. I am never to be delighted with your agreeable, wild notesi unfeeling monster ! Tony. Ecod ! mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Miss Hard. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants to break mv heart; I see he does. I In*!. Dear madam,...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...false ; I never see you wheo you are in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the ale-house or kennel. I am never to be delighted with your agreeable, wild notes, unfeeling monster ! Tony. Ecod ! mamina, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Miss Hard. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.

Oliver Goldsmith, Thomas Percy, Thomas Campbell - 1809
...spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or ken. nel. I'm never to be delighted with your agrecabte wild notes, unfeeling monster ! Tony. Ecod ! mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Mrs. Hardcattle. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants to breakmy heart ; I see he does. Hastings. Dear...
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Essays, poems, and plays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810
...mons.ter! Tony. Ecod! mamma, yonr own notes are the wildest of the two. . Mrs, Hard. Wa* ever the like? Bnt I see he wants to break my heart, I see he does. Hast. Dear madam, permit me to lectnre the yonng gentleman a little. I'm certain I can perMI a iic him to his dnty. Mrs. Hard. Well...
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The Modern British Drama, Том 4

1811
...Hard. That's false : I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes, unfeeling monster ! Tumi. Ecod ! mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Mrs Huril, Was ever the like ! But...
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