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" Suppose we lampoon'd all the pretty women in town and left her out ; or, what if we made a ball, and forgot to invite her, with one or two of the ugliest. "
The Dramatic Censor: Or, Critical Companion ... - Page 60
by Francis Gentleman - 1770 - 80 pages
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The Modern British Drama, Volume 4

English drama - 1811
...reduc'd to a meaner opinion of herself. Let me see, — the very first thing that I would do Jihonld woman bus any thing like shape ; if no shape, a good air— But I look best when I'm talking. that I bad got them with child Suppose we lampoon'd all the pretty women in town, and left her out...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 3

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1866
...drinks , and wenches sufficiently. (Dryden, Mock Astrologer.) 1. The first thing that I would do, sbould be to lie with her chambermaid, and hire three or four wenches of the neighbourhood to report that I have got them with child. I never quarrel with anything in my...
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Geschichte der englischen Literatur, Volume 2

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1878
...drinks, and wenches sufficiently (Dryden, Mock Astrologer). **) The first thing that I would do should be to lie with her chambermaid, and hire three or four wenches of the neighbourhood to report that I have got them with child. jfoetfeínb ruft fie сшо: „îoarum...
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The Dramatic Works of George Farquhar, Volume 2

George Farquhar - Drama - 1892
...reduced to a meaner opinion of herself. Let me see ; the very first thing • that I would do, should be to lie with her chambermaid, and hire three or four wenches in the neighbourhood to report that I had got them with child. Suppose we lampooned all the pretty women in town, and left her out...
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A Discourse Upon Comedy: The Recruiting Officer and The Beaux Stratagem

George Farquhar - Strauss, Louis A., 1872- - 1914 - 358 pages
...reduc'd to a meaner opinion of her self. — Let me see: the very first thing that I would do shou'd be to lie with her chambermaid, and hire three or four wenches in the neighbourhood 260 to report that I had got them with child. — Suppose we lampoon'd all the pretty women in town,...
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