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" Thus will we have it. DOL. I could well consent, sir. But in a monarchy, how will this be? The prince will soon take notice, and both seize You and your stone, it being a wealth unfit For any private subject. MAM. "
The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and a ... - Page 122
by Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
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The Alchemist: A Comedy, First Acted in the Year 1610. By the King's Majesty ...

Ben Jonson - 1732 - 96 lehte
...Stoiu, it being a Wealth unfit Tor any private Subject. Mam. If he knew it. Dol. Your felf do boaft it, Sir. Mam. To thee, my Life. Dol. O, but beware,...You may come to end The remnant of your Days in a loath'd Prifon, By fpeaking of it. Mam. 'Tis no idle fear : . We'll therefore go withal, my Girl, and...
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The Alchemist: A Comedy, First Acted in the Year 1610. by the King's Majesty ...

Ben Jonson - 1739 - 107 lehte
...confent, Sir. But, in a Monarchy, how will this be ? The Prince will foon take notice, and both feife You and your Stone, it being a Wealth unfit For any private Subjeft. Mam. If he knew ie. Dol. Your felf do boaft it, Sir. Mam. To thee, my Life. Dol. O, but beware,...
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The Works of Ben. Jonson

Ben Jonson - 1756
...Mam. If he knew it. Dol. Yourfelf do boaft it, fir. Mam. To thee, my life. Dol. O, but beware, fir ! you may come to end The remnant of your days in a loth'd prifon, By fpeaking of it. Mam. 'Tis no idle fear : We'll therefore go with all, my girl, and live...
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British Theatre, 23. köide

John Bell - 1791
...To get a nation on thee. Dol. " I could well consent, sir, " But in a monarchy, how will this be f " The prince will soon take notice, and both seize " You and your stone, it being a wealth unfit 120 " For any private subject. " Mam. 'Tis no idle fear : " We'll therefore go with all, my girl, and...
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Bell's British Theatre: Comus, by J. Milton. ... Love in a village, by I ...

1797
...To get a nation on thee. Dol. " I could well consent, sir, " But in a monarchy, how will this be 1 " The prince will soon take notice, and both seize " You and your stone, it being a wealth unfit 120 " For any private subject. " Mam. 'Tis no idle fear : " We'll therefore go with all, my girl, and...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 3. köide

1811
...Nero's Poppoea may be lost in story ! Thus will we have it. Dol. I could well consent, sir. But in a monarchy, how will this be ? The prince will soon...You may come to end The remnant of your days in a loath'd prison, By speaking of it. Mam. Tis no idle fear ! We'll therefore go with all, my girl, and...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher ..., 1. köide

Ben Jonson - 1811
...Nero's Poppza may be lost in story I Thus will we have it. Dol. I could well consent, sir. But, in a monarchy, how will this be ? The prince will soon...Yourself do boast it, sir. Mam. To thee, my life. [to end Dol. O, but beware, sir ! you may come The remnant of your days in aloth'd prison, By speaking...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher: The ..., 1. köide

Ben Jonson - 1811
...Nero's Foppaea may be lost in story ! Thus will we have it Dol. I could well consent, sir. But, in a monarchy, how will this be? The prince will soon...he knew it. Dol. Yourself do boast it, sir. Mam. To thce, my life. [to end Dol. O, but beware, sir ! you may come The remnant of your days in a loth'd...
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The modern British drama, 3. köide

British drama - 1811
...Nero's Poppœa may be lost in story ! Thus will we have it. Dol. I could well consent, sir. But in red in their evils ; and what heart Such take, even from their crimes. Do/. Yourself do boast it, sir ! Mam. To thee, my life. Dol. O, but beware, sir ! You may come to end...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 3. köide

1811
...Nero's Poppoea may be lost in story ! Thus will we have it. Dol. I could well consent, sir. But in a monarchy, how will this be ? The prince will soon...; it being a wealth unfit For any private subject. Main. If he knew it. Dol. Yourself do boast it, sir ! Mum. To thee, my life. Dol. O, but beware, sir...
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