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" Newspapers : and, in addition to all these, the actors must please not to be taken ill, the weather mustplease not to be unfavourable, the opposing theatre must please not to put up strong bills ; and then ! — what then ? — why then — " Please to... "
Notoriety: And Fifteen Others - Page 95
by Frederick Reynolds - 1801
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 4

English literature - 1808
...dillicul ty — — to please the Newspapers. Add tn all this, the actors must please not lo betaken ill — the weather must please not to be unfavourable— the opposing theatre must .'•vi,.- not tn put up strong bills, and then ! —what then I Why then — " Pltase to pay Ike bearer...
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A Playwright's Adventures

Frederick Reynolds - Dramatists - 1831 - 356 pages
...: and, in addition to all these, the actors must please not to be taken ill, the weather mustplease not to be unfavourable, the opposing theatre must...— what then ? — why then — " Please to pay the bearer the small sum of * * * ;" and, NB which sum is sometimes, par accident, not paid at all*. "Ay;...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1831
...and, in addition to all these, the actors must please not to be taken ill, the weather must pleats not to be unfavourable, the opposing theatre must...— what then ? — why then, ' Please to pay the bearer the small sum of • * * ;' and, NB which sum is sometimes, par accident, not paid at all."...
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A Playwright's Adventures

Frederick Reynolds - Dramatists - 1831 - 356 pages
...: and, in addition to all these, the actors must please not to be taken ill, the weather must^fease not to be unfavourable, the opposing theatre must please not to put up strong bills; and then!—what then ?—why then —" Please to pay the bearer the small sum of * * *;" and, NB which...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 7

1836
...this, the actors must please not to be taken ill — the weather must pleats not to be unfavorable — the opposing theatre must please not to put up strong bills, and then — what then t Why then, 'please to pay the bearer." Let us get over our difficulties one at a time. The first '...
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