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Page 6 - R. means Right; L. Left; C. Centre; RC Right of Centre; LC Left of Centre ; DF Door in the Flat, or Scene running across the back of the Stage; CDF Centre Door in the Flat.
Page 22 - Angels and ministers of grace defend us! Be thou a spirit of health or goblin damn'd, Bring with thee airs from heaven or blasts from hell, Be thy intents wicked or charitable, Thou com'st in such a questionable shape, That I will speak to thee: I'll call thee Hamlet, King, father, royal Dane, O, answer me!
Page 9 - twill. Odsbobs ! — I'll force her. Dam. The halter ! Mid. As for madam, I'll divorce her ! Some favoured lout incog our bliss opposes.
Page 2 - Door. RELATIVE POSITIONS. R. means Right; L. Left; C. Centre ; RC Right of Centre .LC Left of Centre.
Page 11 - O Pan! the devil to pay, both my sluts frantic ! Both in their tantrums, for yon cap'ring antic. But I'll go seek 'em all — and if I find 'em, I'll drive 'em — as if old Nick were behind 'em. [Going.
Page 5 - What worse can Bacchus teach men, His roaring bucks, when drunk, Than break the lamps, beat watchmen, And stagger to some punk ? JUP. You saucy scoundrel — there, sir — come Disorder, Down Phoebus, down to earth, we'll hear no farther.
Page 5 - A lucky thought. — In this disguise, Apollo No more, but Pol the swain, some flock I'll follow. Nor doubt I, with my voice, guitar, and person, Among the nymphs to kick up some diversion.
Page 9 - In infancy our hopes and fears were to each other known ; " and I have ever known Phil, to be a man of great humour and friendship, with the best heart in the world, and a dash of laudable vanity, which prompts him to give excellent dinners, and display a handsome service of plate. We eat and drink here amazingly, without plate. Your new gamekeeper at Ludgershall...
Page 5 - Pol. An orphan lad, sir. Pol is my name — a shepherd once my dad, sir. I' th' upper parts, here — though not born to serving, I'll now lake on, for, faith, I'm almost starving. SU, You've drawn a prize i' th' lottery — so have I too ; Why, I'm the master you could best apply to.