Sharpe's British Theatre, Zväzok 6

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J. Sharpe, 1804
 

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Strana 43 - Are wasted all, and fled ; those that remain Are doom'd to weeping, anguish, and repentance. I come to charge thee with a long account Of all the sorrows I have known already, And all I have to come ; thou hast undone me.
Strana 21 - Fatally fair they are, and in their smiles The graces, little loves, and young desires inhabit ; But all that gaze upon 'em are undone; For they are false, luxurious in their appetites, And all the heaven they hope for is variety : One lover to...
Strana 13 - All are my children, and shall share my heart. But wherefore waste we thus this happy day .
Strana 57 - That I must die, it is my only comfort ; Death is the privilege of human nature, And life without it were not worth our taking.
Strana 48 - For all the sorrows which my age is curs'd with. I think my name as great, my friends as potent, As any in the state ; all shall be summon'd ; I know that all will join their hands to ours, And vindicate thy vengeance.
Strana 21 - I wo' not press to know what you forbid me. Yet, my lov'd lord, yet you must grant me this, Forget your cares for this one happy day, Devote this day to mirth, and to your Altamont; For his dear sake, let peace be in your looks.
Strana 54 - Tell her, 'tis for her you stay; " Bid her die and come away. " See the sexton with his spade, " See the grave already made ; " Listen, fair one, to toy knell, " This music is thy passing bell.
Strana 56 - BELLMOUR hums a tune.] Do, my dear madam, mind what I say : I am at times very considerate. I make my remarks, and I see very plainly — Lord, ma'am, what am I doing? I am talking to you for your own good, and you are all in the air, and no more mind me, no, no more than if I was nothing at all.
Strana 56 - I make my remarks, and I see very plainly — Lord, Ma'am, what am I doing ! I am talking to you for your own good, and you are all in the air, and no more mind me ; no, no more than if I was nothing at all. Mrs. Bell.
Strana 38 - Sir Bash. You have not hit the right nail on the head. No, not jealous. Do her justice, I am safe as to that point. My lady has high notions of honour. No, it is not that.

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