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" I have seen enough to convince me what kind of man he is. The fate of us poor women is hard : we all wish for husbands, and they are the torment of our "
Woman's a riddle; or, Baby Warmstrey - Page 20
by Philip Sheldon - 1874
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Arthur Murphy - 1786
...found him out at laft. Sir JOHN, (peeping in) Sir JOHN. What does fhe fay ? Lady RESTLESS. I have feen enough to convince me what kind of man he is. The fate of us poor women is hard : we all wifh for hufbands, and they are the torment of our lives. TATTLE. There is too much truth in what you...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 10

English drama - 1795
...art he muft have had to induce her to this!— I have found him out atlaft, Lady Rejt. I have feen enough to convince me •what kind of man he is. The fate of us poor women is hard: we all wifli for hufbands, and they are the torment of our lives. Tat. There is too much truth in what you...
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A Bold Stroke for a Wife: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - English drama - 1797 - 101 pages
...I— 1 have found him out at last. . Sir JOHN, peeping in. Sir John. What does she say Lady Rest. I have seen enough to convince me what kind of man...wish for husbands, and they are the torment of our lives. Tat. There is too much truth in what you say, ma'am. Sir John. You join her, do you, Mrs. Iniquity...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...but what I have told you already. SIR JOHN, peeping in. Sir John. What docs she say ? /../., Rest. I have seen enough to convince me what kind of man he is. The fate of us poor women is hard : ne all wish for husbands, and they are the torment of our lives. Tat. There is too much truth in...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...found him out at last. Tat. You will hear nothing, ma'am, but what I have told you already. Lady R. I have seen enough to convince me what kind of man...wish for husbands, and they are the torment of our lives. Sir John. [Peeping in.] What does she say ? Tat. There is too much truth in what you say, ma'am....
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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and ..., Volume 6

English drama - 1826
...but himself. What art he must have had to induce her to this ! I have found him out at last. Lady R. I have seen enough to convince me what kind of man...wish for husbands, and they are the torment of our lives. Sir J. [Peeps in.] What does she say? [Aside. Sir J. You join her, do you, Mrs. Iniquity? [Aside....
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The cabinet of Irish literature, with biogr. sketches and literary notices ...

Charles Anderton Read - 1879
...docs she say ( Lady Rest. I have seen enough to conviin-c me what kind of man he is. The fate of UK poor women is hard : we all wish for husbands and they are the torment of our lives. Tat. There is too much truth in what you say, ma'am. Л//- John. You join her, do you, Mrs....
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