Preface. Prefatory Memoir. the Blunderer. the Love-TIFF. the Pretentious Young Ladies. Sganarelle

Preface. Prefatory Memoir. the Blunderer. the Love-TIFF. the Pretentious Young Ladies. Sganarelle

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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. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...that was a sort of a dry sober smile at going off. Don Car. A very sober one! Had he shown me such a letter, I had put on another countenance. San. Ay, o' my conscience had you. Don Car. Here's mystery in this--I like it not. San. I see his man and confidant there, Lopez. Shall I draw him on a Scotch pair of boots, master, and make him tell all? Don Car. Some questions I must ask him; call him hither. San. Hem, Lopez, hem! D, Page 119. The discovery of the secret marriage between Ascanio, the supposed Lucile, and Valere, is also closely, but more broadly copied in Vanbrugh's play; the name of the lady is in English Camillo, the pretended donna Leonora. Lop. Who calls? San. I and my master. Lop. I can't stay. San. You can, indeed, sir. Laying hold on him. Don C. Whither in such haste, honest Lopez? What! upon some love-errand? Lop. Sir, your servant; I ask your pardon, but I was going----Don C I guess Where; but you need not be shy of me any more, thy master and I are no longer rivals; I have yielded up the cause; the lady will have it so, so I submit. Lop. Is it possible, sir? Shall I then live to see my master and you friends again? San. Yes; and what's better, thou and I shall be friends too. There will be no more fear of Christian bloodshed; I give thee up, Jacinta; she's a slippery housewife, so master and I are going to match ourselves elsewhere. Lop. But is it possible, sir, your honour should be in earnest? I'm afraid you are pleased to be merry with your poor humble servant. Don C. I'm not at present much disposed to mirth, my indifference in this matter is not so thoroughly formed; but my reason has so far mastered my passion, to show me 'tis in vain to pursue a woman whose heart...show more

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  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 245g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236932080
  • 9781236932082