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" Oh, sir, the multitude, that seldom know any thing but their own opinions, speak that they would have ; but the prince, before his own approach, received so many confident messages from the state, that I... "
The works of Beaumont & Fletcher: the text formed from a new collation of ... - Page 211
by Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1843
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1750
...defired to attend and hear. Qe. Can you guefs the Caufe ? Dion. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanijh Prince ; that's come to marry our Kingdom's Heir, and be our Sovereign. Tbra . Many, that will feem to know much, fay, me looks not on him like a Maid in Love. (i) It ivas...
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Bell's British theatre, Volume 18

John Bell - 1797
...forbid any gentleman that desired to attend and hear. Cler. Can you guess the cause ? Dion. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry our kingdom's heir, and be our sovereign. Cler. Many, that will seem to know much, say, she looks not on him like a maid in love. Thra. They...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804
...forbid any gentlemen, that deiire to attend and hear. C'>. Can you guess the cause ? Dion. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry...Many, that will seem to know much, say, she looks not ou him like a maid in love. Dion. Oh, sir, the multitude (that seldom know any thing but their own...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...forbid any gentlemen, that deare to attend and hear. C/e. Can you guess the cause ? Du>n. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry...sovereign. Thro. Many, that will seem to know much, ey, she looks not on him like a maid in lore. Dim. Oh, sir, the multitude (that seldom know any thing...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...forbid any gentlemen, that desire to attend and hear. {'/r. Can vou guess the cause ? Dion. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry our kingdom's heir, and be our sovereign. Thrn. Many, that will seem to know much, say, she looks not on him like a maid in love. Dion. Oh, sir,...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...forbid any gentlemen, that deare to attend and hear. C!e. Can you guess the cause ? Dian. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry our kingdom's heir, and be our Ťovercien. Thro. Many, that will seem to know much, ит, she looks not on him like a maid in love....
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, Volume 2

Ben Jonson, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1811
...imirry our kingdom's heir, and he our sovereign. v Thra. Many, thatwill seem to know much, say, >lie looks not on him like a maid in love. Dion. Oh, Sir, the multitude (that seldom know any thing hut their own opinions) speak that they would have; but the prince, before his own approach, receiv'd...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1811
...forbid any gentlemen, that desire to attend and hear. Cle. Can you guess the cause ? Dion. Sir, it is reat, so happy, so beloved, Fate could not ruin me, till I took pains, And worked against my fo Thra. Many, that will seem to know much, say, she looks not on him like a maid in love. Dion. Oh, sir,...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...forbid any gentlemen, that desire to attend and hear. Cle. Can you guess the cause ? Dion. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry our kingdom's heir, and be our sovereign. Thra. Many, that will seem to know much, say, she looks not on him like a maid in love. Dion. Oh, sir,...
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The Dramatic Works of Beaumont and Fletcher: Printed from the Text, and with ...

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - Drama - 1811
...in publishing an order from the king, that no gentleman or lady should be refused adDion. Sir, it is plain, about the Spanish prince, that's come to marry our kingdom's heir, and be our sovereign. Thra. Many, that will seem to know much, say, she looks not on him like a maid in love. Dion. Oh, Sir,...
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