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Page 90 - You are right. I came in quest of you. I saw the lady. I was drawn hither by mere curiosity. We have had some conversation ; and I made it subservient to your purposes. I have been giving a great character of you, Sir Bril. You are always at the service of your friends. But what's the matter?
Page 30 - Sir Bril, Nay, Mrs. Lovemore, I am now upon my defence. Only hear. — You will please to consider, Gentlemen of the Jury, that Mr. Lovemore is not a minor, nor I his guardian: He loves...
Page 44 - Sir John. He makes his approach, and means, I suppose, to snatch it out of my hand. But I'll prevent him ; and so, into my pocket it goes. There, lie safe there.
Page 26 - I care not what they say ; I am tired of the world, and the world may be tired of me, if it will. My troubles are to myself only, and I must endeavour to )>ear them.
Page 69 - She, who ne'er answers till a husband cools, Or, if she rules him, never shows she rules; Charms by accepting, by submitting sways, Yet has her humour most, when she obeys...
Page 79 - Of vice and virtue in the schools^ The better part should set before 'em A grace , a manner , a decorum.
Page 106 - I think she has been rather worse since you spoke to her. Love. A good symptom that. [Aside. Sir Bash. She has received the diamond buckles. They were delivered to her maid sealed up, and the man never staid to be asked a question.