The Dramatic Works; Embellished with Portraits Volume 4

The Dramatic Works; Embellished with Portraits Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1811 edition. Excerpt: ...it lights. Cunn. And reason good. ' Pompey. For all these tolrens, sir, Pass i' my name. Cunn. It cannot otherwise be. Pompey/. Sent to a worthy friend! Cunn. Ay, that' to thee. Pornpcy. l'm vrong'd under that title. Cunn. I dare swear thou art: 'I'is nothing but sir Gregory's circumvention, Hisenviousspite; when thou'rtatPaddington, He meets the gifts at Pancridge. Pampe_1/. Ah, false knight! False both to honour, amid the law of arms. Cunn. What wilt thou say ifI be reveng'd for thee, Thou sit as witness? Pompey. I should laugli in state then. Curm. l'll fob him l here's my hand. Pompey. I shall he as glad as an y man alive To see him well t'ubb'd, sir. But now you talk of fobbing, I wonder the lady sends notfor me, according to promise: ' I ha' kept out o'town these two days, 0' ar se fing. To be scntfor: I am almost starv'd with walkCuun. Walking gets men a stomach. Pompey. 'Tia most true, sir; I may speak it by experience, for I ha' got A stomach six times, and lost it again, As often as a traveller from Chelsea Shall lose the sight of Paul's, and get it again. Cunn. Go to her, man. Pompey. Not for a million! Enfringe my oath? There's a my call'd a vow Has past between us, a poor trifle, sir! Pray do me the partnnd office of a gentleman: If you chance to meeta footman by the way, In orangetawny ribbands, running before An empty coach, with a buzzard i'th' poop on't, _River, Direct him and his horses toward the New B_v_ Islington; there they shall have me lookmg Upon the pipes, and whistling. Cunn. A very Good note! This Love makes us all monkies. mond.7 But to my work: scarffirst? and now:1 dia These should be sure signs of her atl'ection's truth; Yet I'll go forward with my surer...show more

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  • Paperback | 398 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 708g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236826507
  • 9781236826503