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" Parting with him! Why, that is the whole scheme and intention of all marriage articles. The comfortable estate of widowhood is the only hope that keeps up a wife's spirits. "
Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ... - Page 16
by John Bell - 1780
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The Works of Mr. John Gay: In Four Volumes. To which is Added an Account of ...

John Gay - English poetry - 1770
...the common views of t gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly? Polly. \ don't know what you mean, fir. Peach Of a jointure, and of being a widow. Polly But I love him, fir : How then could I have thoughts of parting with him? Peach. Parting with him! Why that is the...
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Plays Written by Mr. John Gay: Viz. The Captives, ... The Beggar's Opera ...

John Gay - 1772 - 359 pages
...the common views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly ? Polly. I don't know what you mean, fir. Peach. Of a jointure, and of being a widow. Polly. But I love him, fir : how then could I have thoughts of parting with him ? Peach. Parting with him ! Why, that is the...
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Plays

John Gay - English drama - 1772 - 359 pages
...the common. views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly ? Polly. I don't know what you mean, fir. Peach. Of a jointure, and of being a widow. Polly. But I love him, fir : how then could I have thoughts of parting with him ? Peach. Parting with him ! Why, that is the...
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Comus: A Mask

John Milton - English drama - 1791 - 66 pages
...the common views of. agentlewoman in your marriage, Polly ? Polly. I don't know what you mean, sir. Polly. But I love him, sir; how then could I have thoughts of parting with him ? 486 Peath. Parting with him! why that is the whole scheme and intention of all marriage articles....
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

English drama - 1804
...company. Pench. And had not you the common views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly ? Polly. I don't know what you mean, sir. Peach. Of a jointure, and...widow. Polly. But I love him, sir; how, then, could I bave thoughts of parting with him ? Peach. Parting with him ! why that n the whole scheme and intention...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

English drama - 1804
...common views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly ? Polly. 1 don't know what you mean, sir. Pettfh. Of a jointure, and of being a widow. Polly. But I love linn, Ģir: how, then, could I have thoughts of parting with him ? Peach. Parting with him ! why that...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...husband. Peach. And had not you the common views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly? Polly. I don't know what you mean, sir. Peach. Of a jointure, and...him ? Peach. Parting with him! why that is the whole scheme and intention of all marriage articles. The comfortable estate of widowhood is the only hope...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...company. Peach. And had not you the common vicivs of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly? Polly. I don't know what you mean, sir. Peach. Of a jointure, and...him ? Peach. Parting with him! why that is the whole scheme and intention of all marriage articles. The comfortable estate of widowhood is the only hope...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 5

English drama - 1811
...company. Peach. And had not you the common views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly? Potty. I don't know what you mean, sir. Peach. Of a jointure, and of being a widow. Polly. But 1 love him, sir; how, then, could 1 have thoughts of parting with him ? Peach. Parting with him', why...
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The British Theatre: Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted ..., Volume 10

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1824
...company. Peach. And had not you the common views of a gentlewoman in your marriage, Polly ? Polly. I don't know what you mean, sir. Peach. Of a jointure, and...? Peach. Parting with him ! why that is the whole scheme and intention of all marriage articles. The comfortable estate of widowhood is the only hope...
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