... torments the Husband , and bringeth about so natural a Reconciliation , that I
know no Part of the Comedy more entertaining , or gives the Minds of the
Spectators so full , so mixed and so unexpected a Satisfaction : You will wonder
Hold the door , and swear luftily that you Are my Husband , and I will in the
meantime Provide for your safety , [ He holds the door . Though I can think of
none but the sheets from the bed . Eor . Any thing to save my life ; .- . Sir you may
Author: Benjamin Hoadly (M. D., F. .R. .S.)Publish On: 1777
The odds are against you , Charleston But mine is married , you rogue , and her husband jealous ---- The Devil is in it , if I do not reap fome teward for my last
night's service , Beila . He has certainly been at Mrs. Stri & tland herself . But
She fancied that she saw her first husband coming towards her , and that she
embraced him with great tenderness ; when , in the midst of the pleasure which
she expressed at the sight of him , he reproached her after the following manner
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2 od Inkle and Yarico , 28 od John Bull , a Comedy , 2s 6d Poor Gentleman , 2s
6d Ways and Means , 28 BY RICHARD CUMBERLAND , Esq . The Jew , a Comedy , 2s 6d First Love , a Comedy , 2s 6d West Indian , 2s6d False
Impressions , 2s ...
... of our gifted band. THE THREE JEALOUS HUSBANDS. THREE jealous husbands, A, B, and C, with their wives, being ready to pass by night over a river,
find at the water-side a boat which can carry but two at a time, and for want of ...
But thou Emelia hast lost me a great As Sara to her husband so should we deale
more . Obey them , loue them , keepe , and nourish them Eme . You might haue
kept it better then , If they by any ineanes doo want our helpes , Who bad you lay
Younghusband is also a first - rate comedy part , of about equal importance with
that of Lynx . Mr. Henry Dove is an admirable low - comedy part , quiet , but
affording a good opportunity for any gentleman in the humorous line . Mr. George
Ame , Oh , don't be concerned , I carried him off by force , almost ; to bunt up my husband for me . My husband who is a deceiver and traitor . Annie . Your husband . Oh , my dear , I am so delighted to hear it . Ame . What ! Annis . Oh ,
TWO YARDS OF JACONET ; OR , A HUSBAND . BY JAMES GORDON
BENNETT . 1834 . a “ I wish , " said Mary Ann , “ I had two yards of The first house
they approached was therefore jaconet . I want very much to complete this dress
you health and happiness " ; another , “ Pray neighbour , what kind of a
humoured man is your husband ? ” another , “ Is he kind to you ? ” another , “
Does he allow you as he should do ? If he does not , neighbour , let us know ,
and we will tell ...
The jealousy and anger of the wife of Menæchmus are fully justified and
accounted for by her husband's conduct , which so far as appears is ,
notwithstanding his pretence of provocation , mere spontaneous looseness of a
Greek rake married ...
Kind , clever , and amusing he might be , but he was a man not sufficiently great
to be humble . No more was said on the mysterious topic of Miss Anne Valery .
Agatha was too angry ; and the subject seemed painful to Major Harper . Though