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" I'm sure I should be sorry [pretending to cry] if he left the family upon my account. "
The Modern British Drama: Comedies - Page 556
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Including a Variety ..., Volume 4

Oliver Goldsmith, Sir James Prior - 1854
...is the first mark of tenderness 1 ever had from a modest women, and it touehes me. (To her) Exeuse me, my lovely girl ; you are the only part of the family I leave with reluetanee. Hut to be plain with you, the differenee of our birth, fortune, and edueation, makes an...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 1

1854
...simplicity bewitches me, so that if I stay I am undone. I must make one bold efiort, and leave her. [Aside.] Excuse me, my lovely girl, you are the only part of the family I leave with'reluctance. But to be plain with you, the diHerenceof our birth, fortune, and education make an...
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Poems, Plays and Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1855 - 530 pages
...should be sorry people said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. Marlow. (Aside) By Heaven ! she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...difference of our birth, fortune, and education, make an honorable connection impossible ; and I can never harbor a thought of seducing simplicity that trusted...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Comprising His Poems, Comedies, Essays, and ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1856 - 425 pages
...should be sorry people said anything amiss, since 1 nave no fortune but my character. Marl. (Aside.) By heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...our birth, fortune, and education make an honourable connexion impossible ; and I can •never harbour a thouglit of bringing ruin upon one, whose only...
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The Miscellaneous Works: Poems. Miscellaneous pieces. Dramas. Criticism ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1856
...should be sorry people said any thing amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. MARL. (Aside.) By Heaven ! she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness I ever had from a modest women, and it touches me. (To her) Excuse me, my lovely girl ; you are the only part of the family...
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Lea's British drama and theatrical portrait gallery

Henry Lea - 1859
...fortune but my character. Mar. (Aside.) By Heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness I erer had from a modest woman, and it touches me. (To her.)...the difference of our birth, fortune, and education makes an honourable connexion impossible; and I can never harbour a thought of seducing simplicity...
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The poetical and prose works of Oliver Goldsmith, with life

Oliver Goldsmith - 1859 - 560 pages
...said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my charaeter. Marl, (aside). By heaven, she wceps. This is the first mark of tenderness I ever had from...girl, you are the only part of the family I leave with reluetance. But to be plain with you, the difference of our birth, fortune, and education, make an...
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THE BRITISH DRAMA: VCOLLECTION OF TRAGEDIES, COMEDIES, OPERAS, AND FARCES IN ...

1859
...sure I should be sorry people said any thing amiss, since 1 have no fortune but nay character. Mar. By Heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...I ever had from a modest woman, and it touches me. [Aside. Miss H. I am sure my family is as good as Miss Hardcastle's, and though 1 am poor, that is...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 2

1859
...sure I should be sorry |>eople said any thing amiss, since 1 have no fortune but my character. Мат. By Heaven, she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...I ever had from a modest woman, and it touches me. [Aside, Miss H. I am sure my family is as good as Miss Hardcastle's, and though 1 am poor, that is...
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Poems, Plays and Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1861 - 530 pages
...should be bony people said anything amiss, since I have no fortune but my character. Marlow. (Aside) By Heaven ! she weeps. This is the first mark of tenderness...difference of our birth, fortune, and education, make an honorable connection impossible ; and I can never harbor a thought of seducing simplicity that trusted...
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