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" Your servant, sir: no, I thank you. 'Gad, I go to a play as to a country treat; I carry my own wine to one, and my own wit to t'other, or else I'm sure I should not be merry at either. And the reason why we are so often louder than the players, is, because... "
The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which Have Been ... - 第 24 頁
John Fletcher 著 - 1777 - 70 頁
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Works: Containing Plain-dealer ; Country-wife ; Gentleman-dancing-master ...

William Wycherley - 1713 - 435 頁
...gone to Plays, to laugh at the Poets Wir, not at your own. Sfar. Your Servant Sir, no I thank you j 'gad I go to a Play as to a Country- Treat, I carry ray own Wine to one, and my own Wit to t'other, or elle I'm fuie I ftou'd not be merry at either ,-...
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Plays Written by Mr. William Wycherley. Containing The Plain Dealer, The ...

William Wycherley - 1731 - 450 頁
...thought you had gone to Plays, to laugh at the Poet's Wit, not at your own. Spark. Your Servant, Sir : No, I thank you. 'Gad I go to a Play, as to a Country...one, and my own Wit to t'other, or elfe I'm fure I Qiou'd not be merry at either : and the Reafon why we are fo often louder than the Players, is, becaufe...
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The Country Wife: A Comedy, as it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal. Written by ...

William Wycherley - 1751 - 83 頁
...thought you had gone to Plays, to laugh at the Poet's Wit, not at your own» ^ari. Your Servant, Sir i No, I thank you. 'Gad I go to a Play, as to a Country Treat i I carry my own Wine to cue, and my C*si Wit to t'other, or elfe I'm fore I ffiou'd not be merry at...
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The Country Girl: A Comedy, (altered from Wycherley) as it is Acted at the ...

David Garrick - 1767 - 78 頁
...gone to plays to laugh at the poet's good things, and not at your own ? Spark. Your fefvanr-, Sir: no, I thank you; 'Gad I go to a play, as to a country...one, and my own wit to t'other, or elfe I'm fure I ihould not be merry at either : and the reafon why we are fo often louder than the players, is, becaufe...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - 1780
...thought you had gone to plays, to laugh at the poet's wit, not at your own. Spark, Yourfervant, Sir; no, I thank you. 'Gad, I go to a play, as to a country...one, and my own wit to t'other, or elfe I'm fure I ftou'd not be merry at either ; and the reafon why we are fo often louder than the players, is, becaufe...
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English Plays ...

1789
...gone to plays to laugh at the poet's good things, and not at your own ? / t Spark. Your fervant, Sir: no, I thank you. 'Gad I go to a play, as to a country...one, and my own wit to t'other, or elfe I'm fure I fhould not be merry at either: and the reafon why we are fo often louder than the players, is, becaufe...
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British Theatre, 第 21 卷

John Bell - 1791
...had gone to plays to laugh at the poet's good things, and not at your own. Spark. Your servant, sir: no, I thank you. 'Gad I go to a play, as to a country...my own wine to one, and my own wit to t'other, or else I'm sure I should not be merry at either : and the reason why we are so often louder than the...
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Bell's British Theatre, 第 13 卷

1797
...had gone to plays to laugh at the poet's good things, and not at your own. Spark. Your servant, sir: no, I thank you. 'Gad I go to a play, as to a country...my own wine to one, and my own wit to t'other, or else I'm sure I should not be merry at either : and the reason why we are so often louder than the...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, 第 7 卷

1804
...things, and not at your own. Spark. Your servant, sir: HO, I thank you. 'Gad I go to a play, as to ft country treat : I carry my own wine to one, and my own wit to t'other, or else I'm sure I should not he merry at either: and the reason why we are so often londer than the players,...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...had gone to plays to laugh at the poet's good things, and not at your own. Spark. Your servant, sir : no, I thank you. 'Gad, I go to a play, as to a country...my own wine to one, and my own wit to t'other, or else I'm sure I should not be merry at either : and the reason why we are so often louder than the...
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