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" Are you ? I think I have— and the horrid man looks as if he thought so too — well, you ridiculous thing you, I'll have you — I won't be kissed, nor I won't be thanked — here kiss my hand though. — So, hold your tongue now, don't say a word. "
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Bell's British Theatre: The fatal curiosity, by G. Lillo. ... Caractacus, by ...

1797
...him, have him, and tell him so in plain terms : for I am sure you have a mind to him. Mill. Are you f I think I have — and the horrid man looks as if he thought so too Well, you ridiculous thing you, I '11 have you— I won't be kiss'd, uor I won't be thanked — Here, kiss my hand though -so hold...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...fy ! have him, hove him, and tell him so in plain terms; for I am sure you have a mind to him. Mill. Are you ? I think I have — and the horrid man looks...hold your tongue now ; don't say a word. Mrs Fain. Mirabel!, there's a necessity for your obedience ; you have neither time to talk, nor stay. My mother...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...fy ! have him, have him, and tell him so in plain terms; for I am sure you have a mind to him. Mill. Are you ? I think I have — and the horrid man looks...so, too. Well, you ridiculous thing you, I'll have yon — I won't be kissed, nor I won't be thanked — Here, kiss my hand though — so hold your tongue...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 3. köide

1811
...Fie,fic,have him, have him,and tell him so in plain terms ; for I am sure you have a mind to have him. Mill. Are you ? I think I have— and the horrid man looks...hold your tongue now; don't say a word. Mrs fain. Mirabcll, there's a necessity for your obedience ; you have neither time to talk nor stay. My mother...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 3. köide

1811
...Fie.fie.havc dim, have him,andtell him so in plain terms ; for I am sure you have a mind to have him. Mill. Are you ? I think I have — and the horrid man looks...though so, hold your tongue now; don't say a word. Mr* Fain. Mirabel!, there's a necessity for your obedience ; you have neither time to talk nor stay....
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British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from ...

Owen Williams - 1828 - 908 lehte
...have him, have him, and tell him so in plain terms: for I am sure you have a mind to him. Hire. Mill. Are you? I think I have — and the horrid man looks as if he thought so too — we I, you ridiculous thing you , I'll have you— I won't be kisi'd, nor I won't be thank'd —...
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British theatre, comprising tragedies, comedies, operas, and farces; with ...

Owen Williams (editor of British theatre) - 1830
...have him, have him, and tell him so in plain terms: for I am sure you have a mind to him. Mrs. Mill. Are you? I think I have — and the horrid man looks as if he thought so too — we I, you ridiculous thing you , I'll have you— I won't be kiss'd, nor I won't be thank'd —...
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The Dramatic Works of Wycherley, Congreve, Vanbrugh, and Farquhar: With ...

William Wycherley, Leigh Hunt - 1840 - 668 lehte
...fy ! have him, have him, and tell him so in plain terms : for I am sure you have a mind to him. Mil. Are you ? I think I have— and the horrid man looks...hold your tongue now, don't say a word. Mrs. Fain. Mirabel], there's a necessity for your obedience ; — you have neither time to talk nor stay. My mother...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, 2. köide

Hippolyte Taine - 1863
...have him, have him, and tell him so in plain terms. For I am sure you have a mind to him. MILLAMANT. Are you? I think I have.— And the horrid man looks...thought so too. — Well, you ridiculous thing you, l'il have you. — I won't be kissed, nor I won't be thanked. — Here, kiss my hand though. — So...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, 2. köide

1863 - 2409 lehte
...have him, have him, and tell him so in plaia terms. For I am sure you Lave a mind to him. M1LLAMANT. Are you? I think I have. — And the horrid man looks...thought so too. — Well, you ridiculous thing you, l'll have you. — I won't be kissed, nor I won't be thanked. — Here, kiss my hand though. — So...
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