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" — Why this, forgive me, Is what — when done with a less dainty grace — Plain folks call " Theft !" You owe eight thousand pistoles, Minus one crown, two liards ! De Mau. "
Bulwer's Plays: Being the Complete Dramatic Works of Lord Lytton (Sir Edward ... - Page 26
by John M. Kingdom - 1875 - 396 pages
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Richelieu: Or, The Conspiracy. A Play, in Five Acts

France - 1860 - 96 pages
...folks call " Theft .'" — You owe eight thousand pis. toles, Minus one crown, two liards ! De Maup. (Aside.) The old conjurer ! Rich. This is scandalous,...you, Sir, That you must pay your debts — • De Maup. With all my heart, My lord. (Goes to table.) Where shall I borrow, then, the money ? [ Goes down...
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Richelieu, Or, The Conspiracy: A Play in Five Acts : to which are Added ...

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - France - 1839 - 153 pages
...(aside). The old conjuror ! 'Sdeath, he'll inform me next how many cups I drank at dinner ! C2 RICHELIEU. This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood. I tell you, sir, That you must pay your debts. DE MAUPRAT. With all my heart, My lord. Where shall I borrow, then, the money ? RICHELIEU (aside and laughing)....
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Richelieu : or, The conspiracy. A play in five acts, to which are added ...

Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton - 1839 - 153 pages
...'Sdeath, he'll inform me next how many cups I drank at dinner ! I 30 RICHELIEU ; OB, [ACT I RICHELIEU. This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood. I tell you, sir, That you must pay your debts. DE MAUPRAT. With all my heart, My lord. AVhere shall I borrow, then, the money ? RICHELIEU (aside and...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 4

Half hours - 1847
...Mau. (aside). The old conjuror! — 'Sdeath, he'll inform me next how many cups I drank at dinner ! Rich. This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood....tell you, sir, That you must pay your debts. De Mau. With all my heart, My lord. — Where shall I borrow, then, the money? Rich, (aside and laughing)....
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight

Half hours - 1856
...Man. (aside). The old conjuror ! — 'Sdeath, he'll inform me next how many cups I drank at dinner ! Rich. This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood....I tell you, sir, That you must pay your debts. De Man. With all my heart, My lord. — Where shall I borrow, then, the money ? Rich, (aiide and laughing)....
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The art of elocution

George Vandenhoff - 1862
...Plain folks call " Theft .'" You owe eight thousand pistoles Minus one crown, two liards! De Maup. (aside.) — The old conjurer! Rich. — This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood. 1 tell you, sli, De Maup. — With all my heart, My lord. Where shall I borrow, then, the money? Rich....
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The Dramatic Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton ...

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1863 - 496 pages
...De Mq.u. [aside\. The old conjuror ! Sdeath, he'll inform me next how many cups I drank at dinner ! Rich. This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood....tell you, sir, That you must pay your debts. De Mau. . "With all my heart, My lord. Where shall I borrow, then, the money ? Rich. [aside and laughing]....
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The Art of Elocution as an Essential Part of Rhetoric: With Instructions in ...

George Vandenhoff - Elocution - 1867 - 423 pages
...grace. Plain folks call " Theft !" You owe eight thousand pistoles Minns one crown, two liardsl De Maup. (aside.) — The old conjurer! Rich. — This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood. 1 tell you, ss. J)t Maup. — With nil my heart, My lord. Where shall I borrow, then, the money?...
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Routledge's readings, selected and arranged by E. Routledge

Edmund Routledge - 1871
...De Man. [Aside.] The old conjuror ! 'Sdeath, he'll inform me next how many cups I drank at dinner ! Rich. This is scandalous, Shaming your birth and blood....I tell you, sir, That you must pay your debts. De Man. With all my heart, My lord. Where shall I borrow, then, the money ? Rich. [Aside and laughing^...
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Richelieu: Or, The Conspiracy. A Play, in Five Acts

John M. Kingdom - 1874 - 61 pages
...Friend, You're troublesome !" Why this, forgive me, Is what — when done with a less dainty gracePlain folks call " theft .'" You owe eight thousand pistoles...you must pay your debts. DE MAU. (advancing boldly t the table). With all my heart, My lord. Where shall I borrow, then, the money 1 RICH. (aside, and...
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