The Illustrious Stranger, Or Married and Buried: An Operatic Farce, in Two Acts, as Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

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William Kenneth, 1827 - 48 pages

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Page 13 - I'll swear. So, only let me light upon a husband for the princess, pocket my lac of rupees, and then hurrah for old England, and a jolly bachelor's life! Song. — GIMBO. Dicky Dolus, sick of strife, Thus address'd his scolding wife : " Since in life I've no repose, Death, iny dear, shall end my woes ! Mrs.
Page 15 - ... will feel a comfort in dying, at the thought of punishing the wretch's temerity. Come, dearest princess, if love makes you sorrowful, hang love : the blind urchin is always guided by folly, as our poet Hafiz says of him. SONG— FATIMA.

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