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" Bon. So well, as the saying is, that I could wish we had as many more of 'em. They're full of money, and pay double for every thing they have. "
The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which Have Been ... - Page 15
1787
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The Dramatick Works ; of Mr. George Farquhar

George Farquhar - 1736
...and 1 can give her — But no matter for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr. Boniface; pray what other Company have you in Town ? Bon. A power of fine Ladies...of ' thofe Gentlemen : Pray, how do you like their Com pany ? Bon. So well, as the Saying is, that I cou'd wifli we had as many more of 'em ; they're...
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The inconstant; or The way to win him. The twin-rivals. The recruiting ...

George Farquhar - 1742
...for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr . Boniface ; pray, what other Company have you in Town ? Son. A power of fine Ladies ; and then we have the French...thofe Gentlemen : Pray, how do you like their Company ? Jfe ~3oa. So well, as the Say ing' is, that I cou'd wifh we had as many more of 'em ; they're full...
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The Beaux Stratagem: A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury ...

George Farquhar - English drama (Comedy) - 1752 - 91 pages
...matter for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr. Boniface ; pray what Other Company have you in Town ? Eon. 'A power of fine Ladies ; and 'then we have the French...many of thofe Gentlemen : Pray, how do you like their Com• ' Bon. So well, as the Saying is, that I cou'd wifh we had as many more of 'em; they're full...
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The Works of the Late Ingenious Mr. George Farquhar: Containing All His ...

George Farquhar - English literature - 1760
...I can give her — But no matter for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr. Bonifc.ce ; pray, what other Company have you in Town ? 'Bon. A power of fine Ladies ; and then we have the Frer.cb Officers. , Aim. O that's right, you have a good many of thofe Gentlemen : fray, how do you...
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The Works of the Late Ingenious Mr. George Farquhar: Containing ..., Volume 2

George Farquhar - 1772
...i can give her — But no matter for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr. Boniface ; pray, what other Company have you in Town ? Bon. A power of fine Ladies ; and then we have the French Officers. Ann. O that's tight, you have a good many of thof« Gentlemen . Pray,, how do you like their Company...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - English drama - 1776
...and I can give her But no matter for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr. Boniface ; pray, what other company have you in town ? Bon. A power of fine ladies...officers. Aim. O that's right, you have a good many of thole gentlemen : pray, how do you like their company? Bon. So well, as the faying is, that I could...
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Lessons in Elocution, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse: For the ...

William Scott - Elocution - 1789 - 398 pages
...company haVe you iu towafEta. A power of fine ladies i and then we bave the French officers. ' ativt. O that's right, you have a good many of thofe gentlemen : pray, how do you like their company ? Boa. So well, as the faying is, that I could wifh we bad as many more of them. They're full of money,...
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British Theatre, Volume 18

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...I can give her — But no matter for that, Aim, You're very happy, Mr. Boniface ; pray, what other company have you in town ? Bon. A power of fine ladies;...officers. Aim. O that's right, you have a good many of those gentlemen : pray, how do you like their company ? Bon. So well, as the saying is, that I could...
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The Prose epitome; or, Extracts, elegant, instructive, and entertaining ...

Conduct of life - 1792 - 456 pages
...Mr. Boniface: pray, what othtr company have you in town? Son. A power of fine ladies; and then vre have the French officers. Aim. O, that's right, you have a good many of thofc gentlemen : pray how do you like their company ? Bon. So well, as the faying is, that I could...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Volume 2

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1797
...and I can give her but no matter for that. Aim. You're very happy, Mr. Boni' face : pray what other company have you in town ? Bon. A power of fine ladies ; and then we have the French officers. Aim. О that's right, you have a good many of thofe gentlemen : pray how do you like their company ? »...
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