The British Theatre: Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Convent Gardin, Haymarket, and Lyceum, Volume 14

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Mrs. Inchbald
Hurst, Robinson, 1824
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Página 10 - ... tis the beauty of the mind alone that gives us lasting value. " LADY BETTY. Oh ! my dear ! my dear ! you have been a married woman to a fine purpose indeed, that know so little of the taste of mankind. Take my word, a new fashion upon a fine woman is often a greater proof of her value than you are aware of.
Página 33 - Don't take on so — don't you, now! Pray, listen to reason. JOB. I won't! BUR. Pray do! JOB. I won't! Reason bid me love my child and help my friend: what's the consequence? My friend has run one way and broke up my trade ; my daughter has run another and broke my no, she shall never have it to say she broke my heart. If I hang myself for grief, she shan't know she made me. BUR. Well, but master JOB. And reason told me to take you into my shop when the fat churchwardens starved you at the workhouse...

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