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" I'm to have any good, let it come of itself; not to keep dinging it, dinging It into one so. Mrs. Hard. That's false; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the ale-house or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable,... "
The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ... - 第 39 頁
Mrs. Inchbald 著 - 1808
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., 第 2 卷

1859
...Л/г».//. That's idee; 1 never sec you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable...mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Mrs. H. Was ever the like ? But 1 see he want» to break my heart, I ee« he does Hast. Dear Madam, permit...
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The poetical and prose works of Oliver Goldsmith, with life

Oliver Goldsmith - 1859 - 560 頁
...go to the alchouse, or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agrceable wild notes, unfceling monster ! Tony. Ecod, mamma, your own notes are the...wildest of the two. Mrs Hard. Was ever the like ! But I sce he wants to break my heart, I sce he docs. Hast. Dear madam, permit me to leeture the young gentleman...
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Lea's British drama and theatrical portrait gallery

Henry Lea - 1859
...dinging it, dinging it into one so. ACT П.] SHE STOOPS TO CONQUEE. [SСЕУЕ r: then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes, unfeeling monster ! Tony. Eepd! mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Mrs. H. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants...
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Poems, Plays and Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1861 - 530 頁
...false ; I never see 3'ou when you 're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I 'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes,...your own notes are the wildest of the two. * Mrs. Hardcastle. Was ever the like? But I sec he wants to break my heart ; I see he does. young gentleman...
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The poetical works of James Beattie, and the poems and plays of Oliver Goldsmith

James Beattie, Oliver Goldsmith - 1864 - 458 頁
...let it come of itself ; not to keep dinging it, dinging it into one so. SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. I 'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes,...permit me to lecture the young gentleman a little. I 'm certain I can persuade him to his duty. Mrs Hard. Well ! I must retire. Come, Constance, my love....
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The British Drama: Illustrated, 第 1 卷

1868
...Mrs. II. That's false ; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the alehouse or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes, unfeeling monster. Tony. Ecod I mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Mrs. H. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants...
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The New York Drama: no.1-12

1876
...Mrs. H. That's false ; I never see you when you're in spirits. No, Tony, you then go to the ale-house or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with your agreeable,...mamma, your own notes are the wildest of the two. Mrs. H. Was ever the like ! But I see he wants to break my heart, I see he does. Hast. Dear madame, permit...
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The vicar of Wakefield, and other works, with notes and a life of O ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1877
...Hard. That's false; I never see you when you are in spirits. No Tony, you then go to the alehouse, or kennel. I'm never to be delighted with, your agreeable...unfeeling monster ! Tony. Ecod, mamma, your own notes arc the wildest of the two. Mrs. Hard. Was ever the like ! But I see he wants to break my heart, I...
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English Comic Dramatists

Oswald Crawfurd - 1883 - 283 頁
...kennel. I 'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes, unfeeling monster ! Mrs. Hardcastle. Was ever the like ? But I see he wants to break my heart ; I see he does. Hastings. Dear madam, permit me to lecture the young gentleman a little. I 'm certain I can persuade...
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Dramatic works of Sheridan and Goldsmith. With Goldsmith's poems, 第 2 卷

Richard Brinsley B. Sheridan - 1884
...alehouse or kennel. I 'm never to be delighted with your agreeable wild notes, unfeeling monsHfer! Tony. Ecod ! mamma, your own notes are the wildest...permit me to lecture the young gentleman a little. I 'm certain I can persuade him to his duty. Mrs. Hard. Well, I must retire. Come, Constance, my love....
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