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" To know this, and yet continue to be in love, is to be made wise from the dictates of reason, and yet persevere to play the fool by the force of instinct.— O here come my pair of turtles,— what, billing so sweetly! "
The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies - Page 258
1804
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The Way of the World: A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre in Lincolns ...

William Congreve - 1706 - 68 pages
...Compafs to which they cannot turn, and by which they are not turn'di and by one as well as another j for Motion not Method is their Occupation. To know...this, and yet continue to be in Love, is to be made wife from the Diftates of Reafon, and yet pcrfevere to play the Fool by the force of Inftinft. - O...
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The mourning bride. The way of the world. The judgment of Paris. Semele ...

William Congreve - 1774
...no Point of the Compafs to which they cannot turn, and by which they are not' turn'd ; and by one as well as another ; for Motion not Method is their Occupation....this, and yet continue to be in Love, is to be made wife from the Diftates of Reafon, and yet perfevere to play the Fool by the Force of In ftinci —...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - English drama - 1777
...lodged in a woman. . There is no ' point of the compafs to which they cannot turti, and by * ther ; for motion, not method, is their occupation. To '...this, and yet continue to be in love, is to be made * the fool by the force of inftinct'—Oh,here cmne my pair of turtles.—What, billing fo fweet?y...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 5

English drama - 1787
...no point of the compafs to which they cannot turn, and by which they are not turn'd; and by one as well as another; for motion, not method, is their...this, and yet continue to be in love, is to be made wife from the diftates of reafon, and yet perfevere to play the fool by the force of inftinft — O...
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Bell's British Theatre: The fatal curiosity, by G. Lillo. ... Caractacus, by ...

English drama - 1797
...no point of the compass to which they cannot turn, and by which they are not turned j and by one as well as another ; for motion, not method, is their...know this, and yet continue to be in love, is to be niade wise from the diftates of reason, and yet persevere to play the fool by the force of instinft...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...no point of the compass, to which they cannot turn, and by which they are not turned ; and by one as well as another ; for motion, not method, is their occupation. To know this, and yet continue tu be in love, is to be made wise from the dictate» of reason, and yet persevere to play the fool...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

English drama - 1811
...no point of the compass to which they cannot turn, mid by which they are not turned ; and by one as well as another ; for motion, not method, is their...play the fool by the force of instinct — O here comes my pair of turtles — What, billing so sweetly 1 is not Valentine's day over with you yet ?...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...tiny cauuot turn, and by which ihey are nol turned ; and by one as well as another ; for motion, nol method, is their occupation. To know this, and yet...persevere to play the fool by the force of instinct — О here comes my pair of turtles — What, billing so sweetly ! ˇa not Valentine's day over with...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

English drama - 1811
...no point of the compass to which they cannot turn, and by which they are not turned ; and by one as well as another ; for motion, not method, is their occupation. To know this, and yet c&ntinue to be in love, is to be made wise from the dictates of reason, and yet persevere to play the...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic ..., Volume 12

Thomas Dibdin - English drama - 1815
...no point uf the compass lo which they cannot turn, and by which they are not turn'd; and by one as well as another ; for motion, not method, is their occupation. To know this, and yeL continue to be in love, is to be made wise from the dictates of reason, and yet persevere to play...
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