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" ... which I didn't know the end before I turned a page. No wonder we don't always read our briefs, for we know most of them by heart. (Lies back.) Philip. Hallo ! (Smiling, surprised.) Sir G. What have you found ? . Philip. A breach of promise case. This... "
By woman's wit: a comedietta in one act - Page 5
by A. Louis Elliston - 1903 - 18 pages
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor).

1869
...feelings, nor even that he took it into his head to fancy you. But I do blr jie him that he tried to be on with the new love before he was off with the old. It was unmanly, dishonourable, unprincipled. What he ought to have done is this he should have...
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Grey and gold

Emma Jane Worboise - 1870
...feelings, nor even that he took it into his head to fancy you. But I do blame him that he tried to be on with the new love before he was off with the old. It was unmanly, dishonourable, unprincipled. What he ought to have done is this he should have...
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford - 1880
..."This evening the curtain will drop for ever upon the Victoria Theatre." In the next breath Mr. Cave was on with the new love before he was off with the old, inasmuch as he announced that in place of the "Vic" would arise a place of entertainment that would...
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English Dramatists of To-day

William Archer - Dramatists, English - 1882 - 387 pages
...you found ? . Philip. A breach of promise case. This looks amusing. Sir G. Very amusing for the judge and jury. Very amusing for the public, too. Very amusing...Philip, Of course the letters will be read in court? (Takes letters.) Sir G. And published in the papers. "November, 1877 Your own loving devoted Harry....
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English Dramatists of To-day

William Archer - Dramatists, English - 1882 - 387 pages
...you found ? Philip. A breach of promise case. This looks amusing. Sir G. Very amusing for the judge and jury. Very amusing for the public, too. Very amusing...Philip. Of course the letters will be read in court? (Takes letters.) Sir G. And published in the papers. "November, 1877 Your own loving devoted Harry....
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The Heriots

Sir Henry Stewart Cunningham - 1890 - 307 pages
...serious, bona-fide devotion. It lasted till you appeared upon the scene. Then he threw her over, and was on with the new love before he was off with the old. It is an old trick of his. Mrs. Backhouse, who is sentimental, and vain into the bargain, naturally...
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Appleton's Magazine, Volume 7

Literary Criticism - 1906
...with a woman; but now he had a different job before him the doing without one. It was well to be on with the new love before he was off with the old. So, before going to West Sixty-fourth Street, he made a call at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. This was the...
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