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" You have nothing to fear from him, I assure you. You'd adore him if you knew how heartily he despises me. My aunt knows it too, and has undertaken to court me for him, and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. "
The Modern British Drama: Comedies - Page 546
edited by - 1811
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 9

John Bell - 1797
...and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. Hast. Thou dear dissembler ! You must know, ny Constance, I have just seized this happy opportunity...now fatigued with the journey, but they'll soon be refresh2 cd ; and then, if my dearest girl will trust in her faithful Hastings, we shall soon be landed...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 9

John Bell - 1797
...and has undertaken to court me for him, and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. Hast. Thou dear dissembler ! You must know, my Constance,...my friend's visit here to get admittance into the falnily. The horses that carried us down are now fatigued with the journey, but they'll soon be refresh2...
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The Orphan, Or, The Unhappy Marriage: A Tragedy

Thomas Otway - 1797 - 109 pages
...and has undertaken to court me for him, and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. Hast. Thou dear dissembler ! You must know, my Constance,...seized this happy opportunity of my friend's visit heYe to get admittance into the familv. The horses that carried us down are now fa' with the journey,...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...for him, and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. Hast. Thon dear dissembler ! You mutt know, my Constance, I have just seized this happy...now fatigued with the journey, but they'll soon be refresher! ; and then, if my dearest girl will trust in her faithful Hastings, we shall soon be landed...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...and has undertaken to court me for him, and actually begins to think she has made a couquest. Hast. Thou dear dissembler ! You must know, my Constance, I have just seized this happy op portunity of my friend's visit here, to get admittance into the family. Hie horses that carried...
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The Goodnatured Man: A Comedy, in Five Acts

Oliver Goldsmith - 1808 - 79 pages
...and has undertaken to court me tor him, and actually bt'gins to think she has made a conquest. Haft. You must know, my Constance, I have just seized this...here to get admittance into the family. The horses thatcarried us down are now fatigued with the journey, but they'll soon be refreshed ; and then, if...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...and has undertaken to court me for him, and actually bogins to think she has made a conquest. Hast. You must know, my Constance, I have just seized this happy opportunity of my friend's visit hereto get admittance into the family. The horses that carried us down are now fatigued with the journey,...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1809
...has undertaken to court me for him, and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. Hastings. Thou dear dissembler ! You must know, my Constance,...horses that carried us down are now fatigued •with their journey, but they'll soon be refreshed ; and then, if my dearest girl will trust in her faithful...
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Essays, Poems and Plays: With a Preface

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810 - 399 pages
...ll'nt. Thon dear dissembler! Yon mnst know, my Constance, I have jnst seiaed this happy oppor< tnnity of my friend's visit here, to get admittance into the family. The horses that carried ns down, are now fatigned with their jonrney; bnt they'll soon be refreshed ; and then, if my dearest...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...has undertaken to court me for him, and actually begins to think she has made a conquest. Halt. Thqu dear dissembler ! You must know, my Constance, I have...just seized this happy opportunity of my friend's visit-here to get admittance into the family. The horses that carried us down are.now fatigued with...
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