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" It's not my way, you see, to receive my friends with my back to the fire. I like to give them a hearty reception in the old style at my gate. I like to see their horses and trunks taken care of. "
The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies - Page 946
1804
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: With a Life and Notes, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1854
...trunks taken care of. \ Marlow. (Aside.) He has got our names from the servants already. (To him.) We approve your caution and hospitality, sir. (To...morning. I am grown confoundedly ashamed of mine. Hardcastle. I beg, Mr Marlow, you 'll use no ceremony in /this house. Hastings. I fancy, Charles, you...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 1

English drama - 1854
...trunks taken care of. Mar. [Atidc.] He has got our names from the •errants already. [ To HARDCASTLF..] We approve your caution and hospitality, Sir. [To...changing our travelling dresses in the morning; I ara grown confoundedly ashamed of mine. Hard. I beg, Mr. Marlow, you'll use no ceremony in this house....
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1854
...and trunks taken care of. Marl. (Aside.) He has got our names from the servants already. (To him.) "We approve your caution and hospitality, Sir. (To...thinking, George, of changing our travelling dresses ill the morning. I am grown confoundedly ashamed of mine. Hard. I beg, Mr. Marlow, you'll use no ceremony...
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The miscellaneous works of Oliver Goldsmith: Including a variety ..., Volume 4

Oliver Goldsmith - Drama - 1854
...ashamed of mine. HARD. I beg, Mr. Marlow, you'll use no eeremony in this house. HAST. I faney, Charles, you're right ; the first blow is half the battle. I intend opening the ťampaign with the white and gold. HARD. Mr. Marlow — Mr. Hastings — gentlemen — pray be under...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Comprising His Poems, Comedies, Essays, and ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1856 - 425 pages
...and trunks taken care of. Marl. (Aside.) He has got our names from the servants already. ( To him.) We approve your caution and hospitality, sir. (To...you'll use no ceremony in this house. ^ Hast. I fancy, Charles, you're right : the first blow is half the battle. I intend opening the campaign with the white...
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POEMS, PLAYS AND ESSAYS

JOHN AIKIN - 1857
...and trunks taken care of. Marlow. (Aside.) He has got our names from the servants already. (To him ) We approve your caution and hospitality, sir. (To...of changing our travelling dresses in the morning. J am grown confoundedly ashamed of mine. Hardcastle. I beg, Mr. Marlow, you '11 use no ceremony in...
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Materials for French prose composition, or selections from the best English ...

Ferdinand E A. Gasc - 1858
...names from the servants already. [To HARD.] We approve your caution and hospitality, sir. [To HAST.] I have been thinking, George, of changing our travelling...grown confoundedly ashamed of mine. Hard. I beg, Mr. Mario w, you'll use no ceremony in this house. Hast. I fancy, Charles, you're right : the first blow...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 2

English drama - 1859
...trunks taken care of. Mar. [Aside.] He has got our names from the •errants already. [To HARDCASTLE.] We approve your caution and hospitality, Sir. [To...George, you're right: the first blow is half the battle. Hard. Mr. Marlow — Mr. Hastings— gentlemen — pray be under no restraint in this nouse. This is...
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THE BRITISH DRAMA: VCOLLECTION OF TRAGEDIES, COMEDIES, OPERAS, AND FARCES IN ...

1859
...names from the servants already. [To HARDCASTLE.] We approve your caution and hospitality, Sir. [TV HASTINGS.] I have been thinking, George, of changing...I beg, Mr. Marlow, you'll use no ceremony in this nouse. Hast. I fancy, George, you're right : the first blow is half the battle. Hard. Mr. Marlow-—...
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The poetical and prose works of Oliver Goldsmith, with life

Oliver Goldsmith - England - 1859 - 560 pages
...(To HASTINGS) — I have bcen thinking, Gcorge, of changing our travelling dresses in the morning. 1 am grown confoundedly ashamed of mine. Hard. I beg,...Marlow, you'll use no ceremony in this house. Hast. I faney, Charles, you're right : the firsl blow is half the battle. I intend opening the campaign with...
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