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" I say nothing — I take away from no man's merit— am hurt at no man's good fortune — I say nothing. — But this I will say — through all my knowledge of life, I have observed — that there is not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart... "
The modern British drama - Page 645
by British drama - 1811
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The Critic; Or, A Tragedy Rehearsed: A Dramatic Piece in Three Acts as it is ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1781 - 98 pages
...fay — through all my knowledge of life, I have obferved — that there is not a paffion fo ftrongly rooted in the human heart as envy ! SNEER. I believe you have reafon for what you fay, indeed. Sir FRETFUL. Befides — I can tell you it is not always fo fafe to...
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The Critic: Or, A Tragedy Rehearsed, a Dramatic Piece in Three Acts as it is ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - Bookplates - 1781 - 98 pages
...fay — through all my knowledge of life, I have obferv'd — that there is not a paffion fo ftrongly rooted in the human heart as envy ! SNEER. I believe you have reafon for what you fay, indeed. Sir FRETFUL. Befides — I can tell you it is not always fo fafe to...
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English Plays ...

English drama (Comedy) - 1789
...will fay—through all my knowledge of life, I have obferv'd—that there is not a paffion fo ftrongly rooted in the human heart as envy ! SNEER. I believe you have reafon for what indeed. Sir FRETFUL. ./ Befides —I can tell you it is not always fo fafe to leave...
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A collection of farces and other afterpieces: which are acted at ..., Volume 3

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1809
...merit — am hurt at no man's good fortune — I say nothing — but this I will say — through all my knowledge of life, I have observed, that there is...Sir F. Besides— -I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play in the hands of those who write themselves. Sneer. What, they may steal from...
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The Works of the Late Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Thomas Moore - English drama - 1821
...merit — am hurt at no man's good fortune — I say nothing — But this I will say — through all my knowledge of life, I have observed — that there...believe you have reason for what you say, indeed. Sir Fret. Besides — I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play in the hands of those who...
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The critic; or, A tragedy rehearsed: altered from Sheridan [by R. Valpy] as ...

Richard Brinsley B. Sheridan - 1825
...merit — am hurt at no man's good fortune — I say nothing — But this I will say — through all my knowledge of life, I have observed — that there...Sir F. Besides — I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play in the hands of those, who write themselves. Sneer. What, they may steal from...
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The Works

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1825 - 319 pages
...merit— am hurt atno man's goodfortune — I say nothing — But this I will say — through all my knowledge of life, I have observed — that there...heart as envy ! Sneer. I believe you have reason for whatyou say, indeed. Sir Fret. Besides — I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play...
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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical & Critical. Printed ...

George Daniel, Thomas Dolby - English drama - 1827
...merit — am hurt at uo man's good fortune — I say nothing — But this I will say — through all my knowledge of life, I have observed — that there...Sir F. Besides — I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play in the hands of those who write themselves. Sneer. What, they may steal from...
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The Academical Speaker: A Selection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from ...

Speeches, addresses, etc - 1830 - 321 pages
...merit — am hurt at no man's good fortune — I say nothing. — But this I will say, through all my knowledge of life I have observed, that there is not...indeed. Sir F. Besides, I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play in the hands of those who write themselves. Sneer. What, they may steal from...
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The Academical Speaker: A Selection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from ...

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - Elocution - 1831 - 344 pages
...merit —am hurt at no man's good fortune — I say nothing. — But this I will say, through all my knowledge of life I have observed, that there is not...indeed. Sir F. Besides, I can tell you it is not always so safe to leave a play in the hands of those who write themselves. Sneer. What, they may steal from...
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