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" You must know, my booby of a brotherin-law hath brought up this ward of his (a good fortune let me tell you) as he coops up and fattens his chickens, for his own eating : he is plaguy jealous of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the... "
The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which Have Been ... - 第 5 頁
John Fletcher 著 - 1777 - 70 頁
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The Country Girl: A Comedy, (altered from Wycherley) as it is Acted at the ...

David Garrick - 1767 - 78 頁
...and fattens his chickens, for his own eating-— ^he is , plaguy jealous of her, and was very lorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...gentleman, he perfuades the poor filly girl, .by breaking ?. fix-pence, or fome nonfenfe or another, another, that they are to all intents married in heaven...
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English Plays ...

1789
...up, and fattens' his chickens, for his own eating—he is plaguy jealous of her, and was very lorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...breaking a • fix-pence, or fome nonfenfe or another, another, that they are to all intents married in heaven; but that the laws require the figning of articles,...
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British Theatre, 第 21 卷

John Bell - 1791
...coops up and fattens his chickens, for his own eating : he is plaguy jealous of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...up to town ; which he could not do, on account of some writings or other; so what does my gentleman J he persuades the poor silly girl, by breaking a...
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Bell's British Theatre, 第 13 卷

1797
...coops up and fattens his chickens, for his own eating : he is plaguy jealous of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...up to town ; which he could not do, on account of some writings or other; so what does my gentleman S he persuades the poor silly girl, by breaking a...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, 第 7 卷

1804
...coops up and fatteus his chickeus, for his own eating: he is plagny jealous of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...coming up to town; which he could not do, on account of some writings or other; BO what does my gentleman ? he persuades the poor silly girl, hy hreaking a...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...coops up and fattens his chickens, for his own eating : he is plaguy jealous of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...up to town ; which he could not do, on account of some writings or other ; so what does my gentleman ? he persuades the poor silly girl, by breaking...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...coops upand fattens his chickens, for his own eating: he is plamiy jcalom of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...up to town ; which he could not do, on account of some writings or other; so what docs my gentleman ? — he persuades the poor silly girl, by breaking...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces, 第 3 卷

Thomas Dibdin - 1815
...coops up and fattens his chickens for his own eating ; he is plaguy jealous of her, and was very sorry that he could not marry her in the country, without...coming up to town ; which he could not do on account of some writings or other; so what does my gentleman ? he persuades the poor silly girl, by breaking a...
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The London Stage: A Collection of the Most Reputed Tragedies, Comedies ...

1824
...what doei my gentleman ? He persuades the poor silly girl, by breaking a sixpence, or some nonsense or another, that they are to all intents married in heaven ; but that the laws require tbesigning of articles, and the charch eervice to complete their anión: so he has made her call him...
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