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" Now, the doctor purposes we should all come thither in our habits, and, when the rooms are full, we may steal up into his chamber, he says, and there crack he'll give us all canonical commission to go to-bed together. "
Bell's British Theatre - Page 116
edited by - 1797
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The confederacy. The mistake. The country house. A journey to London. The ...

Sir John Vanbrugh - 1759
...Baf. Admirable ! Well, the Devil fetch me, if I fhall not be heartily glad to fee thee well fettled, Child. Myr. And may the Black Gentleman tuck me under his Arm at the fame time, if I (hall not think myfelf oblig'd to yon, as long as 1 live. Count Baf. One Kifs for old...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

1776
...Baf. Admirable ! Well, the devil fetch me, if I fliall not be heartily glad to fee thee well fettled, child. Myr. And may the black gentleman tuck me under his arm at the fame time, if I mall not think myfelf obliged to you, as long as I live. Count Eaf. One kil's for old...
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The refusal; The provoked husband; Love in a riddle; Perolla and Izadora ...

Colley Cibber - 1777
..../: Admirable! Well, the Devil fetchi me, if I mall not be heartily glad to fee thee well fettled, Child. Myr. And may the black Gentleman tuck me under his Arm at the fame time, if I fhall not think myfeJf oblig'd to you, as long as I live. Count Baf. One Kifs for old...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1780
...Baf. Admirable! Well, the devil fetch me, if I fhuill not be -heardy glad to fee thee well fettled, child. Myr. And may the black gentleman tuck me under his- arm at the fame time, if I ftiall not think myfelf obliged to you, as long as I livei Count Haf. One kifs for...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 7

1788
...Baf. Admirab'e ! Well, the devil fetch me, if I ihall not be h.-artily glad to fee thec well fettled, child. Myr, And may the black gentleman tuck me under his arm at the fame time, if I fliould not think myfclf obliged to you, as long as I live. C. 'Baf. One kifs, for...
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British Theatre, Volume 22

John Bell - 1791
...und there crack he'll give us all canonical commission to go to-bed together. Count Bas. Admirable I Well, the devil fetch me, if I shall not be heartily...sake I'gad I shall want to be busy again. Myr. Oh, ycu'll have one shortly will find you employment: but I must run to my 'squire. Count Bas. And I to...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 10

1795
...Baf. Admirable ! Well the devil fetch me, if I fhall not be heartily glad to fee thee well fettled, child. Myr. And may the black gentleman tuck me under his arm at the fame time, if I fhall not think myfelf obliged to you as long as I live. Myr. Oh, you'll have one fhortly...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...and there crack he'll give us all canonical commission to go to-bed together. Count Bas. Admirable ! Well, the devil fetch me, if I shall not be heartily...live ! Count Bas. One kiss for old acquaintance sake Egad, I shall want to be busy again. Myr. Oh, you'll have one shortly will find you employment...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...and there crack he'll gire us all canonical commission to go to-bcd together. Count Bos. Admirable ! Well, the devil fetch me, if I shall not be heartily...live ! Count Bas. One kiss for old acquaintance sake Egad, I shall want to be busy again. Myr. Oh, you'll have one shortly will find yoi employment...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...and there crack he'll give us all canonical commission to go to-bed together. Count Bat. Admirable ! Well, the devil fetch me, if I shall not be heartily...think myself obliged to you as long as I live ! Count Bos. One kiss for old acquaintance sake Egad, I shall want to be busy again. Myr. Oh, you'll have...
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