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The Dramatic Works of Samuel Foote, Esq: To Which Is Prefixed a Life ..., Том 1
Попередній перегляд недоступний - 2012
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Сторінка 7 - I told him that his hopes from abroad were at an end, that the friend of his deceafed father thought he had done enough in putting it in his power to earn his own livelihood, he replied, 'twas no more than he had long expected, charged me with his warmeft acknowledgments to his concealed benefactor, thanked me for my care, fighed, and left me.
Сторінка 2 - Sure never was brute beast so void of nature ! Have you no pity for the pretty creature '? To your own baby can you be unkind ? Here — Suke, Bill, Betty — put the child behind.
Сторінка 314 - ... em up by the roots. Hel. Well replied, brothers ! that, without doubt, is a radical cure. All. Without doubt.
Сторінка 287 - I got lame on this leg, and obtained the nick-name of the Devil Upon Sticks), the Demon of Vanity, a low under-strapper amongst us, held over his head a circle of gold, with five knobs on the top, and, whew! flew away with our prize in an instant.
Сторінка 21 - Dicky to school; now between — hey ! you, hold, you, hold, the great use of a school is, hey ! egad, for children to make acquaintances, that may hereafter be useful to them; for between you and I, as to what they learn there, does not signify two-pence.
Сторінка 290 - THEN : if, indeed, he had been indicted generally, for committing now and then, proofs might be produced of any perjury he may have committed ; whereas, by limiting the point of time to the now, no proofs could be admitted as to the then : so that, with submission, he humbly conceived, his client was clearly absolved, and his character as fair and as spotless as a babe that's just born, and immaculate as a sheet of white paper.
Сторінка 28 - I shall never be able to hold out long ; I had rather be taken in view. Cape. I believe you. Mrs. Cad. Well, come, begin and...
Сторінка 278 - Mrs Margaret Maxwell, bestow your advice where it is wanted ! Out of my depth ! a likely story indeed, that I, who...