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Alice Aloud Amintor appears arms AUTHORS believe better Bill Brief Brutus Cecile Cham Cherubino comes Coun Count crosses dear don't door dress Duke Dumont Emer Enter entrance Exit eyes face Fanny father fear feel Figaro followed George give Griz hand happy head hear heart honour hope Horace hour I'll Julia King lady leave Linda live look Lord Madame Major married master mean Melantius mind Miss mother never night once Patch PERFORMED person Philippe Picote poor Prince Prog Riquet SCENE Sir Tob speak Squire stand sure Susanetta Susanna tell Temp thank Theatre thee there's thing thou thought true turn umbrella Walt Walter What's wife wish young
Page 22 - tis not like a friend To hide your soul from me. Tis not your nature To be thus idle : I have seen you stand As you were blasted 'midst of all your mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then start, feigning joy So coldly ! — World, what do I here ? a friend Is nothing.
Page 13 - Oh, no; what look soe'er thou shalt put on To try my faith, I shall not think thee false : I cannot find one blemish in thy face, Where falsehood should abide. Leave, and to bed. If you have sworn to any of the virgins, That were your old companions, to preserve Your maidenhead a night, it may be done Without this means. Evad.
Page 7 - I returned (as, without boast, I brought home conquest), he would gaze upon me And view me round, to find in what one limb The virtue lay to do those things he heard; Then would he wish to see my sword, and feel The quickness of the edge, and in his hand Weigh it: he oft would make me smile at this. His youth did promise much, and his ripe years Will see it all performed.
Page 23 - My shaking flesh, be thou a witness for me, With what unwillingness I go to scourge This railer, whom my folly hath...