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" Now he lives in ftyle, drives his carriage, and will lend you a thoufand pounds. Lady Henrietta. Will he, fir ? I'm very much oblig'd to him. Enter NAB, (Smartly drefid). "
Notoriety: And Fifteen Others - Page 29
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
...curricle, Ma'am. Latitat. In a curricle ! Oh ! that's my friend — Shew him in. ' [Exit- Servant. Nowhere! here's another proof of my talents! When I came to...Will he, fir? I'm very much oblig'd to him. Enter N AB, (Smartly drefs'd). Nab. (Speaks as he enters') Put clothes on the horfes, and raife the top of...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 1

1793
...A gentleman in a curricle, Ma'am. " Latitat. In a curricle ! Oh ! that's my friend — Shew him in. Now here ! here's another proof of my talents ! When I came to this town, Ma'am, little Nab hadn'ta milling ; I learnt him the praftice — Now he lives in ftyle, drives his carriage, and will lend you...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays

Elizabeth Inchbald - English drama - 1811 - 346 pages
...— he'll shew you every accommodation. Enter Servant. Serv. A gentleman in a curricle, ma'am. Lat. In a curricle ! Oh ! that's my friend — Shew him...When I came to this town, ma'am, little Nab hadn'ta shilling ! I learnt him the practice — Now he lives in style, drives his carriage, and will lend...
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