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" By the provision that's made for me, you might have begot me too. Nay, and to tell your worship another truth, I believe you did, for I find I was born with those same whoreson appetites too, that my master speaks of. Sir Samp. Why, look you there now. "
The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ... - Page 37
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Love for Love. A Comedy: Acted at the Theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields ...

William Congreve - 1704 - 78 pages
...find I was born with thofe fame Whorefon Appetites too, that my Mafter fpcaks of. Sit Samp. Why look you there now, I'll maintain it, that by the rule of right Reafon, this Fellow ought to have been born without a Palate.— 'SSheart, what fhould he do with a...
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Love for Love. A Comedy: Written by Mr. Congreve

William Congreve - 1747 - 106 pages
...find I was born with thofe fame Whorefon Appetites too, that my Mafter fpeaks of. ' Sir Samp, Why look you there now," I'll maintain it, that by the Rule of right Reafon, this Fellow ought to have been born without a Palate. 'S'heart, what fhou'd he do with a diltinguifhing...
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The life of the author. The old batchelor. The double dealer. Love for love

William Congreve - 1774
...find I was born with thofe lame whorefon Appetites too that my Mailer fpeaks of. Sir Samp. Why look you there now !— I'll maintain it, that, by the Rule of right Reafon, this Fellow ought to have been born without a Palate. — 'S'heart, what mould he do with a...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 5

English drama - 1787
...for I imd I was born with thofe fame whorefon appetites too that my mailer fpeaks of. Sir S. Why look you there now ! — I'll maintain it, that by the rule of right reafon this fellow ought to have been faorn without a palate.— ''Sheart, what ilionld lie do with...
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British Theatre, Volume 23

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...I find I was born with those same whoreson appetites too that my master speaks of. Sir S. Why look you there now! — I'll maintain it, that by the rule...than a piece of poor John — and smell, now; why I warrant he can smell, and loves perfumes above a stink — why there's it ; and music — don't you...
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Bell's British Theatre: Comus, by J. Milton. ... Love in a village, by I ...

English drama - 1797
...with those same whoreson appetites too that my master speaks of. Sir S. Why look you there nowl — I'll maintain it, that by the rule of right reason,...than a piece of poor John — and smell, now; why I warrant he can smell, and loves perfumes above a stink — why there's it ; and music — don't you...
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Comus: A Mask

John Milton - 1797 - 66 pages
...find I was born with those same whoreson appetites too that vn v master speaks of. Sir S. Why look you there now! — I'll maintain it, that by the rule...right reason, this fellow ought to have been born wsthout a palate. — 'Sheart, what should he do with a distinguishing taste? — I warrant now, he'd...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...those same whoreson appetites, too, that my master speaks of. Sir Sam. Why, look you there now ! Til maintain it, that by the rule of right reason, this...than a piece of poor John — and smell, now ; why I warrant he can smell, and loves perfumes above a stink — why there's it ; ana music — don't you...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...find I was horn with those same whoreson appetites, too, that my master speaks of. S/r Sam. Why, look you there now ! I'll maintain it, that by the rule of right reason, tliis fellow ought to have been born without a Jjalate. — 'Sheart, what should he do with a distinguishing...
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Love for Love: A Comedy in Five Acts

William Congreve, Mrs. Inchbald - Authors, English - 1808 - 90 pages
...I find I was born with those same whoreson appetites too that my master speaks of. Sir S. Why look you there now ! — I'll maintain it, that, by the...than a piece of poor John — -and smell, now ; why I warrant he can smell, and loves perfumes above a stink — why there's it; and music — don't you...
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