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" How ty'd to her ? Ferd. To love none but her. Hip. But, Sir, I find it is against my Nature. I must love where I like, and I believe I may like all, All that are fair : come ! Bring me to this Woman, For I must have her. "
The Works of John Dryden: Dramatic works - Page 177
by John Dryden, Sir Walter Scott - 1883
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: Secret love: or, The maiden queen ...

John Dryden - 1725
...how ty'd to her? ferd. To love none but her. Sip. But, Sir, I find it is againft my Nature. I muft love where I like, and I believe I may like all, All...that are fair: Come! bring me to this Woman, For I muft have her. Sard. His Simplicity Is fuch, that I can fcarce be angry with him. Perhaps, fweet Youth,...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...how I rejoyce ! more Women ! Ferd. Sir, if you love, you must be ty'd to one. Hip. Ty'd ! how ty'd to her? Ferd. To love none but her. Hip. But, Sir,...this Woman, For I must have her. Ferd. His simplicity [Aside. Is such that I can scarce be angry with him. Perhaps, sweet Youth, when you behold her, You...
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The Dramatic Works of Sir William D'Avenant: The man's the master. The law ...

Sir William D'Avenant - 1874
...HIP. Sir, they are things I love, I cannot be Without them ! — O, how I rejoice ! — More women ! FERD. Sir, if you love, you must be tied to one. HIP....nature. I must love where I like ; and, I believe, I may All that are fair. Come, bring me to this woman, For I must have her. FERD. His simplicity Is such,...
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the dramatic works of william d avenant with prefatory memoir and notes

1874
...say. HIP. Sir, they are things I love, I cannot be Without them !—0, how I rejoice !—More women ! FERD. Sir, if you love, you must be tied to one. HIP. Tied ! How tied to her Ï FERD. To love none but her. HIP. But, sir, I find it is against my nature. I must love where I like...
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The Dramatic Works of Sir William D'Avenant: The man's the master. The law ...

Sir William D'Avenant - 1874
...HIP. Sir, they are things I love, I cannot be Without them ! — O, how I rejoice ! — More women ! FERD. Sir, if you love, you must be tied to one. HIP. Tied ! How tied to her t FERD. To love none but her. HIP. But, sir, I find it is against my nature. I must love where I like...
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Dramatists of the Restoration: John Crowne

William Hugh Logan - 1874
...HIP. Sir, they are things I love, I cannot be Without them ! — 0, how I rejoice ! — More women ! FERD. Sir, if you love, you must be tied to one. HIP. Tied ! How tied to her t FERD. To love none but her. HIP. But, sir, I find it is against my nature. I must love where I like...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...how I rejoyce ! more Women ! Ferd. Sir, if you love, you must be ty'd to one. Hip. Ty'd ! how ty'd to her ? Ferd. To love none but her. Hip. But, Sir,...come ! bring me to this Woman, For I must have her. Ftrd. His simplicity [Aside. Is such that I can scarce be angry with him. Perhaps, sweet Youth, when...
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Plays of Mr. William Shakespeare: The Tempest

William Shakespeare - 1908
...O, how I rejoyce! more women! Ferd. Sir, if you love you muft be ty'd to one. Hip. Ty'd ! how ty'd to her ? Ferd. To love none but her. Hip. But, Sir, I find it is againft my nature. I muft love where I like, and I believe I may like all, All that are fair ; come...
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