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ALGUAZILS believe Belinda better brother Charles CLODIO Colley Cibber confess Count cousin creature d'ye dare dear devil Don D Don L DON LEWIS DON MANUEL Don Philip Enter LADY Exeunt Exit faith fellow Flora fool fortune gentleman hear Heart HEARTFREE honour hope humble servant humour husband HYPOLITA JAQUES Jenny LADY BETTY LADY BRUTE LADY EASY LADY FANCIFUL Lady G Lady Graveairs ladyship look Lord F Lord Foppington LORD MORELOVE madam Madem mademoiselle Manly marriage marry matam methinks mind mistress Moody never Octavio on't pardon Phil poor portmanteau Pr'ythee pray pretty PROVOKED WIFE Razor rogue SANCHO SCENE Sir Char Sir Fran Sir Francis Sir John sirrah speak Squire sure talk tell thee there's thing thought Trap TRAPPANTI wife woman Wronghead
Sivu 18 - tis he ; now will he be most intolerably cavalier, though he should be in love with me. Heart. Madam, I'm your humble servant! I perceive you have more humility and good-nature than I thought you had. Lady F.
Sivu 18 - Thatis, because the only merit of a man is his sense; but doubtless the greatest value of a woman is her beauty; an homely woman at the head of a fashion would not be allowed in it by the men, and consequently not followed by the women : so that to be successful in one's fancy is an evident sign of one's being admired, and I always take admiration for the best proof of beauty, and beauty certainly is the source of power, as power in all creatures is the height of happiness.
Sivu 28 - And yet let me expose my weakness, 'tis the only man on earth I cou'd resolve to dispense my favours on, were he but a fine gentleman. Well ! did men but know how deep an impression a fine gentleman makes in a lady's heart, they would reduce all their studies to that of good-breeding alone.
Sivu 23 - ... to destroy one another's reputations, and as honestly to charge the levity of men's tongues with the scandal; hourly debates how to make poor gentlemen in love with...
Sivu 10 - Fifty, if you please. To begin, then — in the morning — a married woman may have men at her toilet —invite them to dinner — appoint them a party in the stage-box, at the play — engross the conversation there — call them by their Christian names — talk...
Sivu 37 - twas much about this figure, in general, he would have moulded me to : But I was an obstinate woman, and could not resolve to make myself mistress of his heart, by growing as aukward as his fancy.
Sivu 63 - Your glass and conscience will inform you, Madam. But for heaven's sake (for now I must be serious) if pity or if gratitude can move you, [taking her hand] if constancy and truth have power to tempt you; if love, if adoration can affect you, give me at least some hopes, that time may do, what you perhaps mean never to perform; 'twill ease my sufferings, though not quench my flame.
Sivu 83 - Sir John. [Aside.] So that, after all, 'tis a moot point whether I am a cuckold or not. Bel. Well, sir, upon condition you confess all, I'll pardon you myself, and try to obtain as much from the rest of the company.
Sivu 56 - I call for my coach, to go visit fifty dear friends, of whom I hope I never shall find one at home while I shall live. Just. So! there's the morning and afternoon pretty well disposed of. Pray, how, madam, do you pass your evenings ? Sir J.