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" A lazy Dog! When I took him the time before, I told him what he would come to if he did not mend his Hand. This is Death without Reprieve. I may venture to Book him. [writes] For Tom Gagg, forty Pounds. "
Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ... - Page 6
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper, James Waddell Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...industrious, you may satisfy her that I'll soften the evidence. Filch. Tom Gagg, Sir, is found guilty. Peach. A lazy dog! When I took him the time before, I told...Tom Gagg, forty pounds. Let Betty Sly know that I'll save her from transportation, for I can get more by her staying in England. l'ih-1:. Betty hath brought...
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper, James Waddell Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...industrious, you may satisfy her that I'll soften the evidence. Filch. Tom Gagg, Sir, is found guilty. Peach. A lazy dog! When I took him the time before, I told...Tom Gagg, forty pounds. Let Betty Sly know that I'll save her from transportation, for I can get more by her staying in England. Filch. Betty hath brought...
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper, James Waddell Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...you may satisfy her that 111 soften the evidence. I'll, li. Tom Cagg, Sir, is found guilty. Peach. A lazy dog! When I took him the time before, I told...death without reprieve. I may venture to book him. (ivrites.) For Tom Gagg, forty pounds. Let Betty Sly know that I'll save her from transportation, for...
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper, James Waddell Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...evidence. Filch. Tom Gagg, Sir, is found guilty. Peach. A lazy dog! When I took him the time hefore, I told him what he would come to if he did not mend...hand. This is death without reprieve. I may venture to hook him. (writes. ) For Tom Gagg, forty pounds. Let Betty Sly know that I'll save her from transportation,...
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Gay's The Beggar's Opera

Ballad operas - 1920 - 112 pages
...satisfy her that I'll soften the Evidence. Filch Tom Gagg, Sir, is found guilty. Peachum A lazy dogl This is death without Reprieve. I may venture to Book himę (Writes) Peachura (Cont,) that I'll save her from Transportation, for I can get more by her staying in England....
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Types of English Drama, 1660-1780

David Harrison Stevens - English drama - 1923 - 920 pages
...you may satisfy her that I'll soften the evidence. 9 FILCH. Tom Gagg, sir, is found guilty. PEACHUM. 26 When Ign'rance enters, Folly is at hand; Learning...tumble." I give it up — morals won't do for me; 31 save her from transportation, for I can get more by her staying in England. is FILCH. Betty hath brought...
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The Beggar's Opera

Edgar V. Roberts - Drama - 1969 - 238 pages
...you may satisfy her that I'll soften the evidence. FILCH. Tom Gagg, sir, is found guilty. PEACHUM. A lazy dog! When I took him the time before, I told...he would come to if he did not mend his hand. This 10 is death without reprieve. I may venture to book him. (Writes.) "For Tom Gagg, forty pounds." —...
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Thief-Taker General: Jonathan Wild and the Emergence of Crime and Corruption ...

Gerald Howson - History - 1985 - 338 pages
...necessary for him'. When Filch comes in and announces that Tom Gagg has been condemned, Peachum says: 'This is Death without Reprieve. I may venture to book him. (Writes) For Tom Gagg, Forty Pounds' Here is an example of a satire which was outstripped by reality. A more telling example, because it...
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The Beggar's Opera

John Gay, John Caird, Ilona Sekacz - Music - 1999 - 107 pages
...satisfy her that I'll soften the evidence. FILCH. Tom Gagg, sir, is found guilty. PEACHUM. A lazy dog! I told him what he would come to if he did not mend...death without reprieve. I may venture to book him. (Peachum opens his ledger, locates the Black List, dips his quill pen and writes with great satisfaction.)...
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The Beggar's Opera

1998 - 30 pages
...guilty. (Hides bis bead, thinking be is going to be beaten) MR. PEACHUM. A lazy dog! (Filch is relieved) When I took him the time before. I told him what he should come to if he did not mend his hand. (Hits him) Make hast to Newgate Prison, boy and let my...
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