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" It is but too true, indeed, ma'am ; yet I fear our ladies should share the blame. They think our admiration of beauty so great, that knowledge in them would be superfluous. Thus, like garden trees, they seldom show fruit, till time has robbed them of... "
English Comedy - 36 ページ
1810
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804
...worthless flower of beauty ! Abs. It is but too true, indeed, madam ; yet I fear our ladies should share the blame ; they think our admiration of beauty...superfluous. Thus, like garden trees, they seldom shew fruit, till time has robbed tliem of the more specious blossom. Few, like Mrs Malaprop and the...

The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804
...worthless flower of beauty ! Ala. It is but too true, indeed, madam ; yet I fear our ladies should share the blame; they think our admiration of beauty...superfluous. Thus, like garden trees, they seldom shew fruit, till time has robbed them of the more specious blossom. Few, like Mrs Malaprop and the...

The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...worthless flower of beauty ! Copt. Abs. It is but too true, indeed, ma'am ; yet, I fear our ladies should share the blame ; they think our admiration of beauty...both at once ! Mrs. M. Sir, you overpower me with goodbreeding — He is the very pine apple of politeness ! You are not ignorant, Captain, that this...

The Earl of Warwick: A Tragedy in Five Acts

Thomas Francklin, Jean-François de La Harpe, Mrs. Inchbald - 1808 - 58 ページ
...worthless flower of beauty ! Copt. Abs. It is but too true, indeed, ma'am ; yet, I fear our ladies should share the blame ; they think our admiration of beauty...both at once ! Mrs. M. Sir, you overpower me with goodbreeding — He is the very pine apple of politeness ! You are ' not ignorant, Captain, that this...

The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces, 第 9 巻

Thomas Dibdin - 1815
...indeed, ma'am ; yet I fear our ladies should share the blame ; they think our admiration of beaaty so great, that knowledge, in them, would be superfluous. Thus, like garden trees, they seldom show froit, till time has robbed them of the more specious blossom : Few, like Mrs. Malaprop, and the orange...

The Works of the Late Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 第 1 巻

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1821
...worthless flower of beauty ! Abs. It is but too true indeed, ma'am ; — yet I fear our ladies should share the blame — they think our admiration of beauty...knowledge in them would be superfluous. Thus, like garden-trees, they seldom show fruit, till time has robbed them of the more specious blossom. — Few,...

The Works of the Late Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 第 1 巻

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1821
...beauty! Abs. It is but too true indeed, ma'am;—yet I fear our ladies should share the blame—they think our admiration of beauty so great, that knowledge in them would be superfluous. Thus, like garden-trees, they seldom show fruit, till time has robbed them of the more specious blossom.—Few,...

The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies, comedies ...

British drama - 1824
...worthless flower of beauty ! Capt. A. It is but too true, indeed, Ma'am ; yet 1 fear our ladies should share the blame ; they think our admiration of beauty...specious blossom : few, like Mrs. Malaprop, and the orange-tree, are rich in both at once ! Mrs. M. Sir, you overpower me with good breeding. — He is...

The Works

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1825 - 319 ページ
...worthless flower of beauty ! Abs. It is but too trueindeed,ma'am; — yet I fear our ladies should share the blame — they think our admiration of beauty...knowledge in them would be superfluous. Thus, like garden-trees, they sel82 S3 tlom show fruit, till time has robbed them of the more specious blossom....

The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., 第 1 巻

1833
...till time has robbed them of the more specious blossom: few, like Mrs. Malaprop, and the orange-tree, are rich in both at once ! Mrs. M. Sir, you overpower me with good breeding. — Heisthevery pine-apple of politeness! You are not ignorant, captain, that this giddy girl has,...




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