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" What could my old -friend Sir Charles mean by recommending his son as the modestest young man in town? To me he appears the most impudent piece of brass that ever spoke with a tongue. "
Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays - 第 52 頁
由 編輯 - 1797
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The Orphan, Or, The Unhappy Marriage: A Tragedy

Thomas Otway - 1797 - 109 頁
...noist Where the thundering cannons roar. [Exeunt. ACT III. SCENE I. Enter HARDCASTLE. Hardcastle. WHAT could my old friend, Sir Charles, mean by recommending...town ? To me he appears the most impudent piece of 4>rass that ever spoke with a tongue. He has taken possession of the easy chair by the fire-side already....
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...Etrd. WHAT could my old friend, sir Charles, man, by recommending his son as the modestest young mau in town ? To me he appears the most impudent piece of brass, that ever spoke with » tongue. He has taken possession of the easy chair by the fire-side already. He took off hi> boots...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...по/if, Where the thundering cannant roar ! [Exeunt. ACT HI. SCENE I. Enter HARDCASTI.E. Sard. WHAT could my old friend, sir Charles, mean, by recommending his son as the modesten young man in town ? To me he appears the most impudent piece of brass, that ever spoke with...
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Essays, Poems and Plays: With a Preface

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810 - 399 頁
...yonng man in town ? To me he appears the most impndent piece of brass that ever spoke with a tongne. He has taken possession of the easy chair by the fire-side already. He took off his boots in the parlonr, and desired me to see them taken care of. I'm desirons to know how his impndence affects my...
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The modern British drama, 第 4 卷

British drama - 1811
...noise. Where the thundering cannons roar.' [£>ninf. ACT III. SCENE I. Enter HARDCASTLE. Hard. What could my old friend, Sir Charles, mean by recommending...brass that ever spoke with a tongue. He has taken posse.-sion of the easy choir by the fire-side already. He took off his boots in the parlour, and desired...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

1811
...no noise. Where the thundering cannons roar. [Exeunt. ACT III. SCENE I. Enter HARDCASTLE. Hard. What could my old friend, Sir Charles, mean by recommending"...his son as the modestest young man in town ? To me be appears the most impudent piece of brass that evtr spoke with a tongue. He has taken possession...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...no noise. Where the thundering cannons roar. [Exeunt. ACT III. SCENE I. Enter HARDCASTLE. Hard. What this for you. Ind. This is my state of mind in his presence, and when ruodestest young man in town ? To me he appear&.the most impudent piece of brass that ever spoke with...
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The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies, comedies ...

British drama - 1824
...noise Where thundering cannons nar. [Exeunt. ACT III. SCENE l.—The tame. Enter HARDCASTLE. Hard. What J d as the most impudent piece of brass that ever spoke with a tongue. He has taken possession of the easy...
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces ..., 第 3 卷

Owen Williams - 1828 - 908 頁
...no noise Where thundering cannons roar. [ExcunL А С Т И I. SCENE I. Enter HARDCASTLE. Hard. What could my old friend, sir Charles, mean by recommending his son as the modestes! young man in town? To me he appears the most impudent piece of brass thai ever spoke with...
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British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies, Comedies ..., 第 1 卷

1833
...Where thundering cannons roar. [Exeunt. ACT III. SCE.\EI.— The Same Enter IbRDC/STI.E. Hard. What could my old friend, Sir Charles, mean by recommending his son as the modeste«! young man in town 1 To me he appears as the most impudent piece of brass that ever spoke...
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