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" Methinks, your words Fall not from off your tongue so evenly, Nor is there in your looks that quietness, That I was wont to see. Phi. Thou art decfi\ed, boy : And she strokes thy head ? Bel. "
Bell's British Theatre - 48. lappuse
laboja - 1797
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

1804
...boy : And she strokes thy head ? Lel. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks? Bel. She does, my lord. Bel. How, my lord ? Phi. She kisses thee ? Bel. Not...Phi. Why then she does not love me. Come, she does. I bad her do it. I charged her, by all charms Of love between us, by the hope of peace We should enjoy,...
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The British drama, 1. sējums

British drama - 1804
...Phi. Thou art deceived, boy : And she strokes thy head i Bel. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks? Bel. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee,...kisses thee ? Bel. Not so, my lord. Phi. Come, come, £ know she does. Bel. No, by my life. Phi. Why then she does not love me. Come, she docs. I bad her...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

1804
...And she strokes thy head ? Bel. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy checks? Bel. She does, my lord. Г/// And she does kiss thee, boy ? ha ! Bel. How, my lord...Not so, my lord. Phi. Come, come, I know she does. Bet. No, by my life. Phi. Why then she does not love me. Como, she does. I bad her do it. I charged...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1808 - 484 lapas
...deceiv'd, boy. — And she strokes thy head ? Bell. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks ? Bell. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee, boy, ha ? Bell. How, my lord ? Phi. She kisses thee ? Bell. Not so, my lord. Phi. Come, come, I know she does....
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, 2. sējums

Ben Jonson, John Fletcher, Francis Beaumont - 1811
...Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks? ' Bel. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee, hoy? ha! Bel. How, my lord? Phi. She kisses thee? Bel....Come, come, I know she does. Bel. No, by my life. [she does. Phi. W hymen she does not love me. Come, I bad her do it; I charg'd her, by all charms Of...
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Life of Francis Beaumont. Life of John Fletcher. Prefaces. Commendatory ...

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1811
...Thou art deceiv'd, boy : And she strokes thy head? » Bel. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks? Bel. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee,...boy? ha! Bel. How, my lord? Phi. She kisses thee? Bvl. Not so, my lord. Phi. Come, come, I know she does. Bel. No, by my life. [she does. "Phi. Why then...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, 2. sējums

Ben Jonson, John Fletcher, Francis Beaumont - 1811
...Phi. Thou art deceiv'd, boy : And she strokes thy head ? Bel. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks? Bel. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee, boy? ha! Bel. How, my lord ? PA!. She kisses thee? Bel. Not so, my lord. Phi. Come, come, I know she does. Bel. No, by my life....
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The modern British drama, 1. sējums

British drama - 1811
...She kisses thee ? Bel. Not so, my lord. PA/. Come, come, I know she does. Bel. No, by my life. PAi. Why then she does not love me. Come, she does. I bade her do it. I charged her, by all charms Of love between us, by the hope of peace We should enjoy, to yield thee...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 1. sējums

1811
...PAi. Thou art deceived, boy: And she strokes thy head i Bel. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks ? Bel. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee, boy ? lia ! Be I. How, my lord ? PAt. She kisses thee? Bel. Not so, my lord. PAi. Come, come, I know she...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who Lived about the Time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813 - 484 lapas
...deceiv'd, boy. — And she strokes thy head ? Bell. Yes. Phi. And she does clap thy cheeks ? Bell. She does, my lord. Phi. And she does kiss thee, boy, ha ? Bell. How, my lord ? Phi. She kisses thee ? Bell. Not so, my lord. Phi. Come, come, I know she does....
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