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" ... be disputed, in matters of a domestic nature, than if they were delivered at the head of his regiment. Miss Wai. And yet, Mrs Tempest, who, you say, is as much a storm in her nature as her name, is disputing them eternally. Enter MR and MRS BELVILLE.... "
British Theatre - Page 17
by John Bell - 1792
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Love Makes a Man: Or, The Fop's Fortune. A Comedy

Colley Cibber - 1797 - 460 pages
...removes the discipline of the parade into his mijy, and no more expects his orders should be puted, in matters of a domestic nature, than if they were...say, is as much a storm in her nature as her name, is dis puting them eternally. -'. Enter Mr. and Mr s. BELVILLE. Bel. Well, Miss Walsingham, have not we...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804 - 556 pages
...removes the discipline of the parade into his family, and no more expects his orders should be disputed, in matters of a domestic nature, than if they were...Walsingham, have not we had a pretty morning's visitor ? Mia Wai. Really, I think so; and I have been asking captain Savage how long the lady has been disordered...
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The British Drama: Comedies. 2 v

1804 - 552 pages
...discipline of the parade into his family, and no more expects his orders should be disputed, in matters ot a domestic nature, than if they were delivered at the head of his regiment. Miss Wal. And yet, Mrs Tempest, who, you say, is as much a storm in her nature as her name, is disputing...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

1804 - 556 pages
...discipline of the parade into his family, and no more expects his orders should be disputed, in matters ot a domestic nature, than if they were delivered at the head of his regiment. Mia Wai. And yet, Mrs Tempest, who, you say, i» as much a storm in her nature as her name, is disputing...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays, Volumes 5-6

Elizabeth Inchbald - 762 pages
...removes the discipline of the parade into his family, and no more expects his orders shou'd be disputed, in matters of a domestic nature, than if they were...Enter MR and MRS BELVILLE. Bel. Well, Miss Walsingham, hav'n't we had a pretty morning's visitor ? Miss Wai. Really, I think so ; and I have beea asking Captain...
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