The Fashionable Lover: A Comedy, 第 6 卷

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W. Griffin, 1772 - 63 頁
 

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第 73 頁 - I would not force you, if I did not love you. Don't I want you to be happy? But I know what you would have: you want young Oakly, a rake-helly, drunken — HAR: Release me from Sir Harry, and if I ever marry against your consent, renounce me forever.
第 100 頁 - Joy, much joy to you both! though, bythe-bye, you are not a little obliged to me for it. Did not I tell you I would cure all the disorders in your family? I beg pardon, sister, for taking the liberty to prescribe for you: My medicines have been somewhat rough, I believe, but they have had an admirable effect, and so don't be angry with your physician. Mrs. Oak. I am indeed obliged to you, and I feel Oak.
第 46 頁 - So much, madam! Only judge for yourself. Though she had been so indiscreet, not to say indecent in her conduct, as to elope from her father, I was in hopes to have hushed up that matter, for the honour of our family.
第 19 頁 - Sir Luke. You are right, my dear girl. But now to give you a proof of his wit : you know Brentford's finances are a little out of repair, which procures him some visits that he would very gladly excuse.
第 9 頁 - She is all impetuosity and fire; a very magazine of touchwood and gunpowder. You are hot enough too upon occasion, but then it's over in an instant: In comes love and conjugal affection, as you call it ; that is, mere folly and weakness ; and you draw off your forces, just when you should pursue the attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her with spirit, and the day's your own, brother ! Oak.
第 5 頁 - Prodigiously well, sir! You do it very well. Nay, keep it up, carry it on, there's nothing like going through. with it. O you artful creature! But, sir, I am not to be so easily satisfied. I do not believe a syllable of all this Give me the letter...
第 42 頁 - Oh, it was a wonderful work. There had I been tossing in a sea of sin, without rudder or compass. And had not the good gentleman piloted me into the harbour of grace, I must have struck against the rocks of reprobation, and have been quite swallowed up in the whirlpool of despair. He was the precious instrument of my spiritual sprinkling...
第 87 頁 - MAJ: You talk this well, brother! OAK: I'll do it well, brother! MAJ: If you don't, you're undone. OAK: Never fear, never fear! (Exit.) MAJ: Well, Charles!
第 31 頁 - For this reason it has, at various times, been ungenteel to see, to hear, to walk, to be in good health, and to have twenty other horrible perfections of nature. Nature indeed may do very well sometimes. It made you, for instance, and it then made something very lovely ; and if you would...
第 18 頁 - Venus, by this horse, would beat the world. Sir H. Well then, we'll think on't.

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