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Page 78 - What, would you anatomize me? Sir P. Ay, ay, madam; he would dissect you. Trade. Or pore over you through a microscope, to see how your blood circulates from the crown of your head to the sole of your foot...
Page 46 - Tis on. [They turn about again. Sack. Heaven protect me ! Where is he ? Per. Why here, just where I was. Sack. Where, where, in the name of virtue ? Ah, poor Mr Periwinkle ! Egad, look to't, you had best, sir; and let him be seen again, or I shall have you burnt for a wizard. CoL Have patience, good landlord.
Page 77 - I'd fly to shun it ! Eud. O fatal error ! Like a restless ghost, It will pursue and haunt thee still ; even there, Perhaps, in forms more frightful.
Page 67 - Pillage, sir. Per. Ay, Pillage, I do remember he called you Pillage. Pray, Mr. Pillage, when did my uncle die ? Col.
Page 79 - All that thou hast said tendeth only to debauch youth, and fill their heads with the pride and luxury of this world. The merchant is a very great friend to Satan, and sendeth as many to his dominions as the pope. Per. Right; I say, knowledge makes the man.
Page 80 - You don't consider the mischief your being in the house may occasion. Bev. Mischief! how do you mean ? Tat. Lord, sir! I would not have you stay for the world : I would not indeed. You can call again in an hour, sir, and you'll certainly find him at home then. Bless my heart, sir ! I fancy that's his voice. Do, dear sir! you'll be the ruin of my lady, if he sees you here, sir, waiting in his house : he'll be persuaded you come after my lady ; the world will never beat it out of his head. Bev....
Page 42 - Sir John. He makes his approach, and means, I suppose, to snatch it out of my hand. But I'll prevent him ; and so, into my pocket it goes. There, lie safe there.
Page 22 - Hey ! here is my daughter ! So, Belinda ! Well, my girl, Sir William and I have agreed, and you are to prepare for marriage, that's all. Belin. With Mr. Beverley, sir? Bland. Mr. Beverley ! Belin.
Page 10 - The city still is our's f their force repell'd, And therefore weaker ; proud of this success, Our soldiers too have gain'd redoubled courage, And long to meet them on the open plain. What hinders, then, but we repay this outrage, And sally on their camp } Eum, No let us first Believe th...