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" Then all the hopes of our family are gone for ever and ever! PEACH. And Macheath may hang his father and motherin-law, in hope to get into their daughter's fortune. POLLY. I did not marry him (as 'tis the fashion) coolly and deliberately for honour or... "
Plays Written by Mr. John Gay: Viz. The Captives, ... The Beggar's Opera ... - Seite 84
von John Gay - 1772 - 359 Seiten
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The Beggar's Opera: As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields

John Gay - 1728 - 74 Seiten
...And Mackeath may hang his Father and Mother-ia. Law, in hope to get into their Daughter's Fortune. Mrs. Peach. Love him! worfe and worfe ! I thought the Girl had been better bred. Oh Husband, Husband! her Folly makesmemad! my Head fwims! I'm di(fracted! I can't fupport myfelf— Oh...
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The Works of Mr. John Gay: In Four Volumes. To which is Added an Account of ...

John Gay - 1770
...his father and mother-in-law, in hope to get into their daughter's fortune. Polly. I did not marry him (as 'tis the fafhion) coolly and deliberately...honour or money. But, I love him. Mrs. Peach. Love him! worfeand worfe! I thought the girl had been better bred. O hufhand, hufhand! her folly makes me mad...
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Plays

John Gay - 1772 - 359 Seiten
...his father and mother.in-law, in hopes to get into their daughter's fortune. Polly. I did not marry him (as 'tis the fafhion) coolly and deliberately...fwims ! I'm diftrafted ! I can't fupport myfelf— Oh ! [Fainft. Peach. See, wench, to what a condition you have reduced your poor mother! a glafs of cordial,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays

John Bell - 1777
...hopes to get into their daughter'! tortuiie. PoVy, I did not marry him (as 'tis the fafhion) cooly and deliberately for honour or money->— But,' I...worfe ! I thought the girl had been better bred. Oh, huftand, huiband i her folly makes n1e mad ! my head fwihis ! I'm diftracted ! I can't fupport myfelf—...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

1777
...(as 'tis the fafliion) cooly and deliberately for honour or money — But,' 1 love him. Mn. Peacb. Love him ! worfe and worfe ! I thought the girl had been better bred. Oh, hufoand, hufoand ! her folly makes me mad ! my head fwims ! I'm diflracted ! I can't fupport myfelf...
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Comus: A Mask

John Milton - 1791 - 66 Seiten
...mother-in-law, in hopes to get into their daughters fortune. Polly. I did not marry him (as 'tis the fashion) coolly and deliberately for honour or money' — but I love him. Mrs. Peach. Love him ! worse and worse ! I thought the girl had been better bred. Oh husband ! husband ! her folly makes...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

1804
...mother-in-law, in hopes to get into their daughter's fortune. Polly. I did not marry him (as 'tis the fashion) coolly and deliberately for honour or money — but I love him. Mrs Peach. Love him ! worse and worse ! I thought the girl had been better bred. Oh husband ! husband ! her folly makes...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...mother-in-law, in hopes to get into their daughter's fortune. Polly. I did not marry him (as 'tis the fashion) coolly and deliberately, for honour or money but I love him. Mrs, P. Love him ! worse and worse ! I thought the girl had been better bred. Oh husband! husband ! her...
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Thomas's Burlesque Drama, Embellished with Sixty-two Engravings, from ...

Joseph Thomas - 1838
...in hopes to get into their daughter's fortune. POLLY. I did not marry him, ' as 'tis the fashion,' coolly and deliberately, for honour or money — but I love him. Mrs. P. Love him ! worse and worse ! I thought the girl had been better bred. O husband ! husband ! her...
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The British Drama: Illustrated, Band 3

1865
...mother-in-law, iu. hopes to get into their daughter's fortune. Polly, I did not marry him fas 'tis the fashion), coolly and deliberately, for honour or money — but I love him. Mrs P. Love him ! worse and worse ! I thought the girl had been better bred. Oh, husband! husband! her...
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