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" Why, so I do, fool : I wear this because I have the estate, and you wear that because you have not the estate : you have cause to mourn indeed, brother. Well, brother, I'm glad to see you, fare you well ! [Going. "
The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which Have Been ... - Page 3
1777
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The Dramatick Works of Mr. George Farquhar ...: The beaux strategem. Love ...

George Farquhar - 1736
...are all the Whores in Town, Sir. Enter Clincher Senior. Clin. fen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clin. jun. I thought Brother, you ow'd fo much to...becaufe I have the Eftate, and you wear that, becaufe ycu have not the Eftate. You have Caufe to mourn indeed, Brother. Well, Brother, I'm glad to fee you,...
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The Works of the Late Ingenious Mr. George Farquhar ..., Volume 1

George Farquhar - 1772
...all the Whores in Town, Sir. Enter Clincher Senior. Clin. fen. Brother, you're welcome to London ! Clin. jun. I thought, Brother, you ow'd fo much to...Brother, I'm glad to fee you, fare you well. [Going. Clin.jtm. Stay, ftay, Brother ; where are you going f Clin fen. How natural 'tis for a Country Booby...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - English drama - 1777
...Clincher fenior. Clin. fen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clin.jun. I thought, brother, you owed fo much to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning for liu death. Clin fen. Why, fo I do, fool ; I wear this, becaufe I have the ellate, and you wear that,...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - English drama - 1780
...Clincher fenior. din. fen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clia.jun. I thought, brother, you owed fo much to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning...Why, fo I do, fool ; I wear this, becaufe I have the efiate, and you wear that, becaufe you have not the eftate. You have caufe to mourn indeed, brother....
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 16

English drama - 1797
...CLINCHER senior. Clin. sen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clin. jun. I thought, brother, you owed so much to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning for his death. Clin. sen. Why, so I do, fool ; I wear this, because I have the estate, and you wear that, because you have...
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The Busy Body: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - 1797 - 112 pages
...CLINCHER senior. Clin. sen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clin. jun. I thought, brother, you owed so much to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning for his death. Clin. sen. Why, so I do, fool ; I wear this, because I have the estate, and you wear that, because you have...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...CLINCHER senior. Clin. sen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clin.jun. I thought, brother, you owed so much to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning for his death. Clin. sen. Why, so Г do, fool ; I wear this, because I have the estate, and you wear that, because you have...
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The British Theatre: Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...senior. Clinch, sen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clinch. Jan. I thought, brother, you owed so much to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning for his death. Clinch, sen. Why, so I do, fool; I wear this, because I have the estate ; and you wear that, because...
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The Constant Couple, Or, A Trip to the Jubilee: A Comedy in Five Acts

George Farquhar, Mrs. Inchbald - 1808 - 84 pages
...senior. Clinch. sen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clinch. jun. I thought, brother, you owed so muqh to the memory of my father, as to wear mourning for his death. Clinch. sen. Why, so I do, fool ; I wear this, because I have the estate ; and you wear that, because...
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The Modern British Drama, Volume 4

English drama - 1811
...CLINCHER tenior. Clin. sen. Brother, you're welcome to London. Clin. jun. I thought, brother, you owed so ay live Lord knows how long ! Then an inn-keeper's sen. Why, so I do, fool ; I wear this, because I have the estate, and you wear that, because you have...
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