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fortune, but I can't talk. If you have a mind, of an untasted happiness, and the other in their sir Charles, to be merry, and celebrate my sis- deliverance from an experienced misery. ter's wedding, and my divorce, you may command my house; but my head aches consumedly! . Both happy in their several states we find; Scrub, bring me a dram.

' These parted by consent, and those conjoinArch. 'Twould be hard to guess which of these

ed. parties is the better pleased, the couple joined, Consent, if mutual, saves the lawyer's fee; or the couple parted; the one rejoicing in hopes • Consent is law enough to set you free.'

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THE

BRITISH DRAMA.

THE

BRITISH DRAMA;

COMPREHENDING

THE BEST PLAYS

IN

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

COMEDIES.

VOL. II. PART II.

LONDON,

PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM MILLER, OLD BOND-STREET.

PRINTED BY JAMES BALLANTYNE,

EDINBURGH.

1804.

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