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" Through the whole piece you may observe such a similitude of manners in high and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether (in the fashionable vices) the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the road the fine... "
A History of English Prose Fiction from Sir Thomas Malory to George Eliot - Page 158
by Bayard Tuckerman - 1882 - 331 pages
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The Beggar's Opera: As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields

John Gay - 1728 - 76 pages
...Town. back to his Wives in Triumph. ^ Beg. Through the whole Piece you may obferve fuch afimilitude of Manners in high and low Life, that it is difficult to determine Whether (in the f^iliionable Vices) the fine Gentlemen imitate the Gentlemen of the Road, or the Gentlemen of the Road...
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The Works of Mr. John Gay: In Four Volumes. To which is Added an Account of ...

John Gay - 1770
...to comply with the tafte of the town. Beg. Through the whole piece you may obferve fuch a fimilitude of manners in high and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether (in the fafttionable vice*) the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the road...
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Plays

John Gay - 1772 - 359 pages
...comply with the tafltf of the town. Beg. Through the wiole piece you ťay obferve fuch, a fimilitudeof manners in high and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether (in the fafhionable vices) the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the road...
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Plays Written by Mr. John Gay: Viz. The Captives, ... The Beggar's Opera ...

John Gay - 1772 - 359 pages
...comply with the tafte of the town. Beg. Through the whole piece you may obferve fuch a fimilitudeof manners in high and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether (in the fafiiionable vices}' the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

1777
...to comply with the tafte of the town. Beg. Through the whole piece you may obferve fuch a fimilitude of manners in high and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether (in the fafliionable vices) the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the road...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1777
...comply with the tafte of the town. * Beg, Through the whole piece you may obferve fuch a fimilitude of manners in high and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether (in the faihionable vices-) the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the road...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1780
...fimilitude of manners in high and low life, that it is difiicult to determine whether (in the falhionable vices) the fine gentlemen imitate the gentlemen of the road, or the gentlemen of the road the line gentlemen. Had the Play remained as I at iirlt intended it would have carried a moft excellent...
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Comus: A Mask

John Milton - 1791 - 66 pages
...back to his wives in triumph. Play. All this we must do to comply with the taste of the Town. 649 Beg. Through the whole Piece you may observe such a similitude...road, or the gentlemen of the road the fine gentlemen. Had the Play remained as I at first intended, it would have carried a most excellent moral ; 'twould...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

1804
...back to his wives in triumph. Play. All this we must do to comply with the taste of the town. Beg. Through the whole piece you may observe such a similitude...road, or the gentlemen of the road the fine gentlemen. Had the play remained as I at first intended, it would have carried a most excellent moral; 'twould...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

1804
...back to his wives in triumph. Play. All this we must do to comply with the taste of the town. Beg. Through the whole piece you may observe such a similitude of manners in hi^h and low life, that it is difficult to determine whether, in the fashionable vices, the fine gentlemen...
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