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All in the wrong; A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane

All in the wrong; A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1775 Excerpt: ... and my lady may depend upon it too--and that I hope, ith all my heart, will make you happy, Sir. Bev. I won't inde&d, Sir--I resign her for ever Sir John. What, are you tired of her--Bev. I loath her, detest her, hate her as much as I ever loved her. Sir John. And so do I too, I assure you--and so I shall tell my lady this very instant--your servant, Sir--and, if I can sind proof sufficient, you shall hear of me, I promise you, $ix-r-(ajide.) Exit. BEVERLEY. Ay! she has been connected with him, till she has pall'd his very appetite--s'death, I'll seek her this moment, upbraid her with her falshood,--and even so--by heavens! I stiall do it with regret--for even now I feel a tug at my heart.ftring-s-but were I to be torn piece-meal, this fliall be our last interview--E 3 Enter Enter BELINDA, CLARISSA, and BELLMONT. Belin. Alas a-day! poor soul! see where he takes his melancholy walk--did not I tell you, Clarissa, that the stricken deer could not quit this place Clar. And did not I tell you, Belinda, that you could not keep away from the pursuit?--Bel. Pray, ma'am, do you want to be in at the death, or do you mean to bring the poor thing to life'again? Be Lin. I!--what do you mean?--you bring me this way Clar. Well! if that is the case, we had as good go home to your house, for I want my tea Belin. Po! not yet--it is not six o'clock. Belin. What do ye laugh at?--Cla. At you, my dear--why, 'tis past seven--Oh! Belinda, you are the stricken deer, I find Belin. Who I?--not I truly--I--Cla. My dear Belinda, you are--and come, we will do the good natured thing by you,--and leave you to yourselves Success attend you--come, Mr. Bellmont Exeunt. BELINDA, BEVERLEY. Belin. Thyrfis, a youth of the inspired train, Fair Sacharissa lov'd, but lov'd in vain. Bev. Po! po...