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" Ang. Mr. Scandal, you can't think me guilty of so much inhumanity, as not to be concerned for a man I must own myself obliged to. Pray tell me the truth. Scand. Faith, madam, I wish telling a lie would mend the matter. But this is no new effect of an... "
The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ... - Page 56
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Love for Love. A Comedy: Acted at the Theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields ...

William Congreve - 1704 - 78 pages
...Jere. Why 'faith, Madam,' he's mad for want of his Wits, juft as he was poqr for want- of Mony ; his Head is e'en as light as his Pockets; and any body that has a mind to a bad Bargain, can'tdo better than to beg him for his EMate. . Ang. If yoixfpeak Truth, your endeavouring at Wit is...
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Love for Love. A Comedy: Written by Mr. Congreve

William Congreve - 1747 - 106 pages
...of hit Wits, juft as he was poor for want of Mony ; his Head is e'en as light as his Pockets; aiid any Body that has a mind to a bad Bargain, can't do better than to beg him for his Eftate. Ang. If you fpeak Truth, your endeavouring at Wit is very unfeafcnable Scan, She's concern'4,...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 5

English drama - 1787
...Jer. Why, faith, madam, he's mad for want of his wits, juft as he was poor for" want of money. His head is e'en as light as his pockets ; and any body...bad bargain, can't do better than to beg him for his eftate. Ang. If you fpeak truth, your endeavpuring at wit is very unfeafonable. Scaiul. She's concern'd,...
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British Theatre, Volume 23

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...) Jer. Why, faith, madam, he's mad for want of his wits, just as he was poor for want of money. His head is e'en as light as his pockets ; and any body...endeavouring at wit is very unseasonable. Scand. She's concernM, and loves him ! [Aside. Ang. Mr. Scandal, you can't think me guilty of so much inhumanity,...
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Comus: A Mask

John Milton - 1797 - 66 pages
...mad, that's all. I suppose your ladyship has thought him so a great while. Ang. How d'ye mean, mad I head is e'en as light as his pockets ; and any body...endeavouring at wit is very unseasonable. Scand. She's concern'd, and loves him I [iiiide. Ang. Mr. Scandal, you can't think me guilty of so much inhumanity,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Comus, by J. Milton. ... Love in a village, by I ...

English drama - 1797
...just as he was poor for want of money. His head is e'en as light as his pockets ; and any body th.it has a mind to a bad bargain, can't do better than...endeavouring at wit is very unseasonable. Scand. She's concern'd, and loves him 1 [Aside. Ang. Mr. Scandal, you can't think me guilty of so much inhumanity,...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...? Jer. Why, faith, madam, he's mad for want of his wits, just as he was poor for want of money. His head is e'en as light as his pockets; and any body,...so much inhumanity, as not to be concerned for a. тim I must own myself obliged to. Pray, tell me the truth. Scand. Faith, madam, I wish telling a lie...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...? Jer. Why, faith, madam, he's mad for want of his wits, just as he was poor for want of money. His head is e'en as light as his pockets; and any body,...can't think me guilty of so much inhumanity, as not to he concerned for a man I must own myself obliged to. Pray, tell me the truth. Scand. Faith, madam,...
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Love for Love: A Comedy in Five Acts

William Congreve, Mrs. Inchbald - Authors, English - 1808 - 90 pages
...? Jer. Why, faith, madam, he's mad for want of his wits, just as he was poor for want of money. Hig head is e'en as light as his pockets ; and any body...concerned for a man I must own myself obliged to. Pray tell me the truth. Scand. Faith, madam, I wish telling a lie would mend the matter. But this is...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

English drama - 1811
...moneyHis head is e'en as light as hie pockets ; and act body thnt has a mind to a bad bargain, cann't do better than to beg him for his estate. Ang. If...truth, your endeavouring at wit is very unseasonable. Scan. She's concern 'd, and loves him ! [Atitle. Ang. Mi Scandal, you cann't think me guilty of so...
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