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" It's false, Mr. Hardcastle; I was but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr. Lumpkin, my first husband; and he's not come to years of discretion yet. HARD. Nor ever will, I dare answer for him. Ay, you have taught him finely. "
The Modern British Drama: Comedies - Page 539
edited by - 1811
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The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.: Now First ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1780
...Aye, you have taught him finely. Mrs. HARDCASTLE. No matter, Tony Lumpkin has a good fortune. My fon is not to live by his learning. I don't think a boy wants much learning to fpend fifteen hundred a year. HARDCASTLE. Learning, quotha ! A mere compofition of tricks and mifchief....
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The Orphan, Or, The Unhappy Marriage: A Tragedy

Thomas Otway - 1797 - 109 pages
...bur twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr. Lumpkin, my first husband ; and he's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever...wants much learning to spend fifteen hundred a year. Hard. Learning, quotha ! a mere composition of tricks and mischief. Mrs. Hard. Humour, mv dear : nothing...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 9

John Bell - 1797
...but twenty when I was brought to beoT of Tony, thai I had by Mr. Lumpkin, my first husband ; and he's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever...fortune. My son is not to live by his learning. I (ion't think a boy wants much learning to spend fifteen hundred a year. Hard. Learning, quotha! a mere...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 9

John Bell - 1797
...but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr. Lumpkin, my first husband ; and lie's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever...will, I dare answer for him. Ay, you have taught him finelyMrs. Hard. No matter, Tony Luinpkin has a good fortune. My son is not to live by his learning....
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr Lumpkin, my first husband : and he's not come to years of discretion yet, Hard. Nor ever...wants much learning to spend fifteen hundred a year. Hard. Learning, quotha ! a mere composition of tricks and mischief. Mrs Hard. Humour, my dear: nothing...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr Lumpkin, my first husband : and he's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever...dare answer for him. Ay, you have taught him finely. Ars Hard. Л о matter, Tony Lumpkin has a i;ood fortune. My son is not to live by his learning....
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had bv Mr Lumpkin, my first husband : and he's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever will, I dare answer for him. Лу, you have taught him finely. Airs Hard. No matter, Tony Lumpkin has a good fortune. My son is...
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The Goodnatured Man: A Comedy, in Five Acts

Oliver Goldsmith - 1808 - 79 pages
...but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr. Lumpkin, my first husband ; and he's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever...wants much learning to spend fifteen hundred a year. Hard. Learning, quotha ! a mere composition of tricks and mischief. Mrs. Hard. Humour, my dear: nothing...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...but twenty when I was brought to bed of Tony, that I had by Mr. Lumpkin, my first husband ; and he's not come to years of discretion yet. Hard. Nor ever...wants much learning to spend fifteen hundred a year. Hard. Learning, quotha ! a mere composition of tricks and mischief. Mrs. Hard. Humour, my dear : nothing...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.

Oliver Goldsmith - 1809
...Hardcastle. Nor ever will, I dare answer for him. Aye, you have taught him finely. Mrs. Hardcastle. No matter. Tony Lumpkin has a good fortune. My son...is not to live by his learning. I don't think a boy \vaats much learning to spend fifteen hundred a year. Hardcastle. Learning, quotha ! A mere composition...
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