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" May your cousin's distresses vanish — may your guardian, once more value a son, who can't help speaking the truth for the soul of him. ("Exit.) Clara. Upon my word he's a charming man! and pardon him you must, Guardy, if it's only to please me. Flush.... "
English Dialogues Upon the Most Common Subjects of Life, with an English ... - Page 96
by Johan Georg Christian Fick - 1813 - 127 pages
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Notoriety: And Fifteen Others, Volume 1

Frederick Reynolds - 1793
...ever my father pardons — but I fee he's more and more angry, lo I take my leave. May every blelTing attend you — may you meet with a heart as liberal as your own — May your coufins' I coufins' diftreffes vanifh — may your guardian once more value a fon, who can't help fpeaking...
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The Man of Ten Thousand: A Comedy

Thomas Holcroft - 1796 - 88 pages
...ever my father pardons — but 1 fee he's more and more angry, fo I take my leave. May every bleffing attend you — may you meet with a heart as liberal as your own — May your coufins' diftrefles vanifh — may your guardian. once more value a fon, who can't helpfpeaking the...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays

Elizabeth Inchbald - English drama - 1811 - 346 pages
...fortune smiles on me, I'll prove that I deserve your kindness — If ever my father pardons — but I sec he's more and more angry, so I take my leave. May...meet with a heart as liberal as your own — May your cousins' distresses vanish — may your guardian once more value a son, who can't help speaking the...
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