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affair affection behaviour believe Betty brother Bruſh buſineſs Cant Canton captain carry Char Charles Colonel comes daughter dear don't door Enter excuſe Exit Fanny father fellow firſt fiſter Flower Free girl give gone half hand Harriot hear heard heart Heidel Heidelberg hope houſe I'll immediately juſt lady Lady Freelove ladyſhip leave letter live look lord lord Ogleby lordſhip Love Lovewell ma'am madam Major marriage marry matter mean Melvil mind Miſs Sterl morning moſt muſt myſelf never O'Cut Oakly obliged Ogle paſſion pleaſe poor Pray Ruſ ſay ſee ſeem Serv ſervant ſhall ſhe ſhould Sir H Sir Harry Sir john ſome ſoul ſpeak ſpirit ſuch ſure talk tell theſe thing thought thouſand town Trink Trinket turn whole wife wiſh woman young yourſelf
第 197 頁 - Ay, or a bowl of punch, or a can of flip, Mr. Sterling! for it looks like a cabin in the air. If flying chairs were in use, the captain might make a voyage to the Indies in it still, if he had but a fair wind.
第 159 頁 - Me reveal it ! — if I say a word, I wish I may be burned. I would not do you any harm for the world.
第 25 頁 - Manage it! ay, to be sure, you're a rare manager! It is dangerous, they say, to meddle between man and wife. I am no great favourite of Mrs. Oakly's already; and in a week's time I expect to have the door shut in my teeth.
第 163 頁 - Heidelberg's, notions of the splendour of high life; her contempt for every thing that does not relish of what she calls quality ; and that from the vast fortune in her hands, by her late husband, she absolutely governs Mr.
第 177 頁 - I cannot be persuaded but that Sir John is an extremely cold lover. Such distant civility, grave looks, and lukewarm professions of esteem for me and the whole family ! I have heard of flames and darts, but Sir John's is a passion...
第 73 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 175 頁 - You ? — You're above pity. — You would not change conditions with me — you're over head and ears in love, you know. — Nay, for that matter, if Mr. Lovewell and you come together, as I doubt not you will, you will live very comfortably, I dare say. — He...
第 232 頁 - You do flatter yourself, if you imagine that I can approve of your behaviour to my niece, Sir John. - And give me leave to tell you, Sir John, that you have been drawn into an action much beneath you, Sir John; and that I look upon every injury offered to Miss Betty Sterling as an affront to myself, Sir John (warmly).