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" To speak the truth, I'm ashamed of you both. — But have a care what you are about, brother! have a care, I say. — The counsellors are in the house, I hear; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if I... "
English comedy: a collection of the most celebrated dramas, since the ... - 第 130 頁
English comedy 著 - 1810
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British Theatre, 第 28 卷

John Bell - 1792
...say. The counsellors are in the house, I hear; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I '11 have nothing more to say to you, if I live these hundred...you. [Exit* Sterl. I thought so. I knew she never would agree to it. Sir John. 'Sdeath, how unfortunate I What can we do, Mr. Sterling f Sterl. Nothing....
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Bell's British Theatre, 第 14 卷

John Bell - 1797
...1 hear; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if 1 live these hundred years. I'll go over to Holland,...shall never be the better for a farden of my money, I promia you- [Exit. Sterl. I thought so. I knew she never would agree to it. Sir John. 'Sdeath, how...
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The Fair Quaker of Deal, Or, The Humours of the Navy: A Comedy

Charles Shadwell - 1797 - 94 頁
...of you both. But have a care what you are about brother I have a care, I say. The counsellors are in my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if I live these hundred years. I'll ro over to Holland, and settle with Mr. Vanderspracken, my poor husband's first cousin, and my own...
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The Dramatic Works of David Garrick: To which is Prefixed a Life of ..., 第 3 卷

David Garrick - 1798
...brother ! have a care, I say. The lawyers are in the house, I hear; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if...; and my own fammaly shall never be the better for afariien of my money, I promise you. [.Exit. Manent Sir JnHN and STERLING. Sterl. I thought so. I knew...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...havr a care, I say. The counsellors are in the house, I hear; and if every thing is nut settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if...years. I'll go over to Holland, and settle with Mr Vanderopniclten, my poor husband's first cousin, and my »ли hminialv »hall never he ihe better...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...have a care, I say. The counsellors are in the house, I hear; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if I live these hundred years. • I'll to over to Holland, and settle with Mr Vandersprncken, my poor husband's first cousin, aiid my own...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...house, I hear; and if every tiling is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to yon, if I live these hundred years. I'll go over to Holland, and settle with Mr Vandrrsprnrken, my poor husband's first cousin, and my imn fammaly shall never be the better ibr a...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...a care, I say. — The Counsellors are in the house, I hear ; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if...shall never be the better for a farden of my money, 1 promise you. [Exit. Sterl. I thought so. I knew she never would agree to it. Sir John. 'Sdeath, how...
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English Comedy, 第 3-4 卷

1810
...have a care, I say. — The counsellors are in the house, I hear; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if...you. [Exit. Sterl. I thought so. I knew she never would agree to it. Sir John. 'Sdeath, how unfortunate ! What can \ve do, Mr. Sterling? Sterl. Nothing....
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

1811
...have a care, I say. The counsellors are in the house, I hear ; and if every thing is not settled to my liking, I'll have nothing more to say to you, if...you. [Exit. Sterl. I thought so. I knew she never would agree to it Sir John. 'Sdeath, how unfortunate ! What can we do, Mr Sterling ? Sterl. Nothing....
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