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" Weary of her, I am and shall be. No, there's no end of that. No, no, that were too much to hope. Thus far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation. As to my own, I married not for it, so that's out of the question, and as to my part in my wife's Why,... "
The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies - Page 265
1804
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Bell's British Theatre: The fatal curiosity, by G. Lillo. ... Caractacus, by ...

English drama - 1797
...far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation — As to my own, I married not for it ; so that 's out of the question. And as to my part in my wife's— .."Why she had parted with her's before ; so bringing none to me, she can take none from me ; it is against all rule of play,...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...there's no end of that ; no, no, that were too much to hope. Thus far concerning my repose. Now, for my reputation. As to my own, I married not for it ; so...Mrs Mar. Besides you forget, marriage is honourable. Fnin. Hum ! faith, and that's well thought on; marriage is honourable, as you say; and, if so, wherefore...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

English drama - 1811
...there's no end of that ; no, no, that were too much to hope. Thus far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation — As to my own, I married not for it...so, bringing none to me, she can take none from me ; it is against all rule of play, that I should lose to one who has not wherewithal to stake. Mrs Mur....
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

English drama - 1811
...there's no end of that ; no, no, that were too much to hope. Thus far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation— As to my own, I married not for it;...out of the question. And as to my part in my wife's — Way, she had parted with hers before; 10, bringing none to me, she can take none from me ; it is...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...there's no end of that ; no, no, that were too much to hope. Thus far concerning my repose. Now for my am, your reputation suffers in the world. AH. Nay, now you are rude, sir.— Mr Sparki a to ray part in my wife's — Why, she had parted with hers before ; so, bringing none to me, she...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic ..., Volume 12

Thomas Dibdin - English drama - 1815
...there's no end of thai; no, no( that were tou mnch to hope. Tims far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation — as to my own, I married not for it...should lose to one, who has not wherewithal to stake, Mr*. Mar. Besides you forget, marriage is honourable. Fain, Hum! faith, and that's well thought on....
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from ...

Owen Williams - English drama - 1828 - 908 pages
...concerning my repose. Now for my reputation — as to my own , I married not for it; so that's out 01 the question. And as to my part in my wife's — why...that I should lose to one, who has not wherewithal to slake. Mrs. Mar. Besides you forget, marriage is honourable. Fain. Hum! faith, and that's well thought...
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and ..., Volume 4

Owen Williams - English drama - 1828 - 908 pages
...Thus far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation — as to my own, I married not for it; so thal's out of the question. And as to my part in my wife's...'tis against all rule of play, that I should lose lo one, who has not wherewithal to stake. Mrs. Mar. Besides you forget, marriage is honourable. Fain....
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British theatre, comprising tragedies, comedies, operas, and farces; with ...

British theatre - 1828
...repose. Now for my reputation — as to m ' ' ' it; so that's out of my part in my wife's — why she bad parted with hers before ; so bringing none to me,...'tis against all rule of play, that I should lose lo tone, who has not wherewithal to stake. Mrs. Mar. Besides you forget, marriage is honourable. Fain....
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from ...

Owen Williams - English drama - 1828 - 908 pages
...hope. Thus far concerning my repose. Now for my reputation — as to my own , 1 married not for I; so that's out of the question. And as to my part in my wife's — wby she had parted with hers before ; so bringing none to me, she can take none from me: 'tis against...
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