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" Well, if she's his today she'll be yours to-morrow. I have seen Mr Smalltrade ; he talks of becoming a partner; and, if you play your cards well, Lady Henrietta will be completely in your power. " Sir Charles — Yes, for when I've won all her money I... "
Notoriety: And Fifteen Others - Page 8
by Frederick Reynolds - 1793
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The School for Arrogance: a Comedy: As it is Acted at the Theatre Royal ...

Thomas Holcroft - English drama (Comedy) - 1791 - 103 pages
...Mifs io HOW TO GROW RICH: Mifs Dazzle. Well, if flic's his to-day, (he'll be yours to-morrow — 1 have feen Mr. Smalltrade — he talks of becoming...— I can be generous enough to become her protector ! [_afide.~] Well, fitter, we (hall ruin them all ; and now-a-days you know you can't do your friend...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 57

England - 1845
...be scandalous. ' Miss Dazzle— Well, if she's his today she'll be yours to-morrow. I have seen Mr Smalltrade ; he talks of becoming a partner; and, if you play your cards well, Lady Heurietta will be completely in your power. " Sir Charle>. — Yes, for when I've won all her money...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 57

England - 1845
...won't be scandalous. " Miss Dazzle — Well, if she's his today she'll be yours to-morrow. I have seen Mr Smalltrade ; he talks of becoming a partner; and,...I can be generous enough to become her protector. Well, sister, we shall ruin them aU." It will be seen from this, О ChoLing-Kyang ! that sirs and their...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 57

Scotland - 1845
...be scandalous. , " Miss Dazzle. — Well, if she's his today she'll be yours to-morrow. I have seen Mr Smalltrade ; he talks of becoming a partner; and,...your power. " Sir Charles. — Yes, for when I've won jill her money I can be generous enough to become her protector. Well, sister, we shall ruin them all."...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays

Elizabeth Inchbald - English drama - 1811 - 346 pages
...won't be scandalous. Miss Daz. Well, if she's his to-day, she'll be yours to-morrow — I have seen Mr Smalltrade — he talks of becoming a partner ;...well, Lady Henrietta will be completely in your power. — I can be generous enough to become her protector ! (Aside.) Well, sister, we shall ruin them all...
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