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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes - Page 403
1811
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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
...He wants Words. Wit. Ay ; but I like him for that nowj for his want of Words gives me the Pleafurc very often to explain his Meaning. Fain. He's Impudent....that's not it. Mira. Vain. Wit. No. .Mira. What, he fpeaks unfeafonable Truths fometimes,becaufc <he has not Wit enough to invent an Evafion. Wit. Truths!...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1780
...his Happinefs — His Want of Learning gives him the more Opportunity to mew his natural Parts. Mira, He wants Words, Wit. Ay : But I like him for that now ; for his Want of Words gives me the Pleafure very often to explain his Meaning Fain. He's impudent. Wit. No, that's not it. Mira. Vain....
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 5

English drama - 1787
...his want of learning gives him the more opportunity to Ihew his natural parts. Mirn. He wants ivords. Wit. Ay : but I like him for that now ; for his want of words gives me the pleafure very often t«explain his meaning. Fain, He's impudent, Wit. No, that's not it. Mira, Vain....
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Bell's British Theatre: The fatal curiosity, by G. Lillo. ... Caractacus, by ...

English drama - 1797
...happiness — his want of learning gives him the more opportunity to shew his natural parts. Mira. He wants words. Wit. Ay; but I like him for that now;...explain his meaning. fain. He's impudent. Wit. No, 'that 'snot it. Mira. Vain. Wit. No. Mira. What, he speaks unseasonable truths sometimes, because he...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...learning gives him the more opportunity to shew his natural parts. Mira. He wants words. Wit. Aye ; but I like him for that, now ; for his want of words...pleasure very often to explain his meaning. Fain. lie's impudent. ICi'i. No, that's not it. Mira. Vain. Wit. No. Mira. What, he speaks unseasonable truths...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...learning gives him the more opportunity to shew his natural parts. Mira. He wants words. Wit. Aye ; but I like him for that, now ; for his want of words...me the pleasure very often to explain his meaning. Fam. He's impudent. Wit. No, that's not it. Mira. Vain. Wit. No. Mint. What, he speaks unseasonable...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

English drama - 1811
...his happiness ; his want of learning gives him the more opportunity to shew his natural parts. Mini. He wants words. Wit. Ay; but I like him for that now;...meaning. .Fain. He's impudent. Wit. No, that's not it. Mini. Vain i Wit. No. Mira. What, he speaks unseasonable truths sometimes, because he has not wit enough...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...his happiness ; his want of learning gives him the more opportunity to shew his natural parts. Mira. amily. Colfee-houscs will be full of smoke and stratagem....cropt 'prentice, that sweeps his master's shop in the hi» meaning. Funt. He's impudent. Wit. No, that s not it. Mira. Vain ? Wit. No. Mira. What, he speaks...
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from ...

Owen Williams - English drama - 1828 - 908 pages
...want of learning gives him the more opportunity to show bis natural parts. Mir. He wants words? Hi/. Mir. Vain ? Wit. No. Mir. What, he speaks unseasonable truths sometimes, because he has not wit enough...
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from ...

Owen Williams - English drama - 1828 - 908 pages
...want of learning gives him tbe more opportunity to show his natural parts. Mir. He wants words? Wil. Ay : but I like him for that now ; for his want of words gives me the pleasure very often to explain bis meaning. Fain. He's impudent? Wit. No, that's not it. Mir. Vain ? Wil. No. Mir. What, he speaks...
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