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" You would all have the reward of love ; but few have the constancy to stay till it becomes your due. Men are generally hypocrites and infidels, they pretend to worship, but have neither zeal nor faith; how few, like Valentine, would persevere even to... "
Love for Love: A Comedy in Five Acts - Page 90
by William Congreve, Mrs. Inchbald - 1808 - 90 pages
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Love for Love. A Comedy: Acted at the Theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields ...

William Congreve - 1704 - 78 pages
...focrifice their Intereft to their Conftancy ! In admiring me, you mifplace the Novelty. The Miracle to 'Day is, that we find A Lover true : Not that a Woman's kind. [Exeunt Omnes. ..V .. FINIS. •--- x - S, /-* .'>> ,>* ^ .'>/^> -^^\ , — £..r ...
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British Theatre, Volume 23

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...like Valentine, would persevere even to martyrdom, and sacri fice their interest to theirconstancy ! In admiring me, you misplace the novelty. The miracle to-day is, that we Jind A lover true ; not that a woman's kind. • [Exeunt omnes. EPILOGUE. SURE Providence at first...
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Bell's British Theatre: Comus, by J. Milton. ... Love in a village, by I ...

English drama - 1797
...Men are generally hypocrites and infidels ; they pretend to worship, but have neither zeal nor faith. How few, like Valentine, would persevere even to martyrdom,...misplace the novelty. The miracle to-day is, that we Jind A lover true ; not that a woman's kind. [Exeunt omnes. EPILOGUE. SURE Providence atjirst designed...
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The British drama, Volume 3

British drama - 1804
...i-ven to martyrdom, and sacrifice their interest to their inconstancy ! In admiring me, you coisplace the novelty. •The miracle to-day is, that we find A lover true ; not that a woman's kind. [£.reu»f omnts. THE CONSTANT COUPLE; OR, A TRIP TO THE^JUBILEE. n PARQUEAR. DRAMATIS PERSONS. MEN....
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...to martyrdom, and sacrifice their interest to their inconstancy ! In admiring me, you им-- place the novelty. The miracle to-day is, that we find A lover true ; not that a woman's kind. [E.reunt omms. THE CONSTANT COUPLEi OR. A TRIP TO THE JUBILEE. BY FARQUHAR. DRAMATIS PERSONS. MEN....
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 10

English drama - 1804
...wonld persevere even to martyrdom, and sacrifice their interest to their constancy! ID admiring me, yon misplace the novelty. The miracle to.day is, that we find A lover trnt ,. not that a woman's kind. [Exennt. EPILOGUE. SURE Providence at first desigrrd this place To...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays,: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...me for now I am convinced that all women are not, like fortune, blind in bestowing favours, either on those who do not merit, or who do not want them....true ; not that a woman's kind. [Exeunt. THE END. THE MOURNING BRIDE; A TRAGEDY, IN FIVE ACTS ; BY WILLIAM CONGREVE. AS PERFORMED AT THE THEATRES ROYAL,...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays,: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...fortune, blind in bestowing favours, either on those who do not merit, or who do not want them. Aug. It is an unreasonable accusation that you lay upon...find A lover true ; not that a woman's kind. [Exeunt. MOURNING BRIDE; A TRAGEDY, IN FIVE ACTS ; BY WILLIAM CONGREVE. AS PERFORMED AT THE THEATRES ROYAL,...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - English drama - 1811
...Men are generally hypocrites and infidels ; they pretend to worship, but have neither zeal nor faith. How few, like Valentine, would persevere, even to...find A lover true ; not that a woman's kind. [Exeunt omna. EPILOGUE. SURE Providence at first design'd this place To be the player's refuge in distress...
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The modern British drama, Volume 3

British drama - 1811
...Men are generally hypocrites and infidels ; they pretend to worship, but have neither zeal nor faith. sir, I understand you — that's all, ha ? Vul. Yes,...A*ir S. No doubt of it, sweet sir ; but your fiial p [Ел eu at omna. EPILOGUE. RUHE Providence at first design'd this place 7'o be the player's refuge...
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