Know Your Own Mind, a Comedy. Adapted for Theatrical Representation. Roach's Ed

Know Your Own Mind, a Comedy. Adapted for Theatrical Representation. Roach's Ed

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1807 edition. Excerpt: ...down to his happiness at once. Aside. Mrs. IS. Sir John has been saying a great deal to me about you. Mil. Has he, ma'am!--There is a circumstance, which he is yet a stranger to--a circumstance which, to communicate, will perhaps--It is what I have long wished, and Mrs. B. Faultering! hesitating! Aside.' I interrupt you. Mil. There is a circumstance, ma'am!--the affair is--My father fora long time--Sir John, for a long time--Sir John has wished Mrs. B. To see you married? Mil. To see me married, ma'am--and--he has--he has wished it much.--And a settlement, by way of jointure--long ready for the lady's name--that is--any lady, who shall hononr me with her affection--and Mrs, B. No lady can be insensible of your pretensions. Mil. You are very good, ma'am and after lorig ob servation, and a lasting passion grafted on it, which, though silent hitherto--yet working secretly--when disclosed at length--may to the person in the world--who already formed by experience, may in every respect--and if without presuming too far Mrs. B. What a delicate confusion he is in. Aside.1 Mil. And if this paper, ma'am Mrs. B. Taking the paper.' When given by you, -ir----. Enttr Bygrove. Mrs, B. Perverse and cruel! Walks aside. Byg. You both look grave; nothing amiss, I hope. Mrs. B. Every thing is as it should be, sir. Mil. Not if he knew all. Aside. Mrs. B. Pass that by; advise your own son; had not you better step up stairs? Mr. Millamour will do what is right. (Smiling at him.) You may leave it all to him; trust to his judgment. Enter Sir Harry. Sir /far. Millamour, I have such a story for you: Miil vil and Dashwould have been quarrelling about you, and Byg. Fo! and here they all come; I knew the substance could not be far off, when the shadow projected before...
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