What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Adad Alith Alithea Antonio Belv Belville better blunderbuss BUSY BODY cann't Chargy Charles Constantia damn'd dare dear devil Don Frederick door dost Duhe Egad Enter Don John Enter Moody Enter Sir Exeunt Exit faith fellow fool Fred Gardy Gent gentleman give gone guardian hand Harcourt Hare Hark ye hate hear heart Heaven hnow hold honour husband Isab Isabinda lady Land look Lord Lucy madam Marplot marriage marry matter Miran Miranda mistress Moth mother never on't Patch Petr Petruchio play poor pr'ythee Pray rogue SCENE Scentwell servant shew signior Sir Fran Sir Francis Sir Geo Sir George Airy Sir Jeal Sir Jealous sirrah sister Sparh Sparkish speak sure Tahes tell thee there's thing told town twill undone wench what's Whisp wife woman write young Zounds
Page 48 - I have known thee a great while, never go, if I do not love thee as well as a new acquaintance.
Page 81 - Well, let me reason a little with my mad self. Now, don't I transgress all rules, to venture upon a man without the advice of the grave and...
Page 66 - Pinch. Write, I say! Mrs. Pinch. Well then. [Writes. Pinch. Let's see, what have you writ? — [Takes the paper and reads.] "Though I suffered last night your kisses and embraces
Page 21 - ... father. Miran. No, I have liberty, wench ; that she wants : what would she give now to be in this dishabille in the open air,, nay more, in pursuit of the young fellow she likes ? for that's my case I assure you. Patch. As for that, madam, she's even with you ; for tho' she cann't come abroad we have a way to bring him home in spite of old Argus.
Page 30 - Con. Your service is too liberal, worthy sir. Thus far I shall entreat — Fred. Command me, lady : You may make your power too poor.
Page 45 - Babinetto arrives, who shall marry her as soon as he comes, and carry her to Spain as soon as he has married her. She has a pregnant wit, and I'd no more have her an English wife than the Grand Signior's mistress.
Page 11 - Is it possible that any thing in nature can ruffle the temper of a man, whom the four seasons of the year compliment with as many thousand pounds, nay, and a father at rest with his ancestors ? Sir Geo.
Page 80 - She'll be angry with me; but I had rather she should be angry with me than you, bud; and, to tell you the truth, 'twas she made me write the letter, and taught me what I should write.