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" ... a friend ? What is it you shrug up your shoulders at, sir? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir; for I understand neither the philosophy nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir P. "
The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces - Page 29
by Thomas Dibdin - 1815
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 27

English drama - 1797
...gain, or to settle a dispute with a friend f 'What is it you shrug up your shoulders at, sir? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir ; for I understand neither...philosophy nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir Per. I know you do not, sir ; and, what is worse, you never wull understand it, as you proceed : —in...
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The Man of the World: A Comedy in Five Acts

Charles Macklin, Mrs. Inchbald - 1808 - 77 pages
...bargain, or, to settle a dispute wi' a friend ? What is it you shrug your shoulders at, sir? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir: for I understand neither...philosophy, nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir Pert. I know ye do not, sir: — and what is warse, ye never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...bargain, or, to settle a dispute wi' a friend ? What is it you shrug your shoulders at, sir ? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir : for I understand neither...philosophy, nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir Pert. I know ye do not, sir: — and what is warse, ye never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In...
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English Comedy, Volumes 5-6

English drama - 1810
...for a bargain, or to settle a dispute wi'a friend? What is it you shrug your shoulders at, sir? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir : for I understand neither...philosophy, nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir Pert. I know ye do not, sir : — and what is warse, ve never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In...
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English comedy: a collection of the most celebrated dramas, since ..., Volume 6

English comedy - 1810
...a bargain, or to settle a dispute wi' a friend? What is it you shrug your shoulders at, sir? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir : for I understand neither...philosophy, nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir Pert. I know ye do not, sir : — and what is warse, ye never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In...
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The Man of the World: A Comedy in Five Acts

Charles Macklin - 1816 - 77 pages
...bargain, or to settle a dispute with a friend ?— What is it you shrug up your shoulders at, sir ? Eger. At my own ignorance, sir : for I understand neither...philosophy nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir P. I know you do not, sir ; and, what is worse, you never wull understand it, as you proceed : — in one...
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The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies, comedies ...

British drama - 1824
...your f-houlders at, Sir? Eger. At my own ignorance, Sir: for I understand neither the philosophy uor the morality of your doctrine. Sir P. I ken ye do...warse, ye never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In yane word; Charles — I ha'e often tauld ye, and noow again 1 tell ye yance for aw, that every man...
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The British Theatre: Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted ..., Volume 10

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1824
...bargain, or to settle a dispute wi' a friend ? — What is it you shrug your shoulders at, sir ? Eger. At my own ignorance", sir : for I understand neither...philosophy nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir Pert. I know ye do not, sir : — and what is warse, ye never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In...
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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and Critical, Volume 5

George Daniel, John Cumberland - English drama - 1826
...bargain, or to settle a dispute with a friend 1 — What is it you shrug up your shoulders at, sir 1 Eger. At my own ignorance, sir : for I understand neither...philosophy nor the morality of your doctrine. Sir P. I know you do not, sir ; and, what is worse, you never wull understand it, as you proceed : — in one...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 1

British drama - 1833
...dispule wi' a friend ] What is it you shrug your shoulders at, Sirt Eger. At my own ignorance, Sir: for 1 understand neither the philosophy nor the morality...doctrine. Sir P. I ken ye do not, Sir : — and what is worse, ye never wull understand it, ass ye proceed. In vane word, Charles — 1 ha'e often tauld ye,...
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