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" 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... "
The Fashionable Lover: A Comedy - 第 9 頁
Richard Cumberland 著 - 1772 - 63 頁
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The Dramatick Works of George Colman ...: The jealous wife. The clandestine ...

George Colman - 1777
...forces, juft when you fhould purfue the attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her with fpirit, and the day's your own, brother ! ' Oak. I tell you,...uneafy. Her paflion and violence have not half fuch art effect on me. Maj. Why, then, you may be fure, fhe'll play that upon you which fhe finds does moft...
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British Theatre, 第 17 卷

John Bell - 1792
...— that is, mere folly and weakness — and you draw off your forces, just when you shou'd pursue the attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her...day's your own, brother! Oak. I tell you, brother, you mistake the matter. Sulkiness, fits, tears! These, and such as these, are the things which make a feeling...
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Jones's British Theatre, 第 10 卷

1795
...attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her with fpirit, and the day's your own, brother.' Onlt. I tell you, brother, you miftake the matter. Sulkinefs,...are the things which make a feeling man uneafy. Her palllon and violence have not half fiuh an effect on me. Maj. Why, then, you may be fure, fhe'll play...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, 第 20 卷

1797
...— that is, mere folly and weakness — and you draw off your forces, just when you shou'd pursue the attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her...your own, brother ! Oak. I tell you, brother, you mistake the matter. Sulkiness, fits, tears! These, and such as these, are the things which make a feeling...
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British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the English Language

1804
...it ; that is, mere foily and weakness — And you draw off your forces, just when you should pursue the attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her...your own, brother ! Oak. I tell you, brother, you mistake the matter. Sulkiness, fits, tears ! These, and such as these, are the things which make a...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...it ; that is, mere folly and weakness — And you draw off your forces, just when yon should pursue the attack, and follow your advantage. Have at her...your own, brother ! Oak. I tell you, brother, you mistake the matter. Sulkiness, fits, tears ! These, and such as these, are the things which make a...
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the English Language

1804
...it ; that is, mere iblly 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. 1 tell you, brother, you mistake the matter. Sulkiness, fits, tears ! These, and such as these, are...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...it ; that is, :nere 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. Why, what would you have me do ? Maj. Do as you please for one month, whethes she likes it or not :...
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English Comedy, 第 1-2 卷

1810
...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 th.e day's your own, brother. Oak. Why, what would you have me do ? Maj. Do as you please for one month, whether she likes it or not :...
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English comedy: a collection of the most celebrated dramas, since the ..., 第 1 卷

English comedy - 1810
...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. Why, what would you have me do ? Maj. Do as you please for one month, whether she likes it or not:...
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