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" Perhaps, brother, they are afraid these matters may be carried too far. We are treated too by them with contempt, as if our profession were not reputable. PEACH. In one respect, indeed, our employment may be reckoned dishonest, because, like great statesmen,... "
The British drama - Pagina 56
door British drama - 1804
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The Beggar's Opera

John Gay, John Caird, Ilona Sekacz - 1999 - 107 pagina’s
...it. LOCKIT. We are treated by them with contempt, as if our profession were not reputable. PEACHUM. In one respect indeed, our employment may be reckoned...statesmen, we encourage those who betray their friends. (Lockit suddenly becomes very nervous at the utterance of this revolutionary statement. Perhaps there...
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The Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotations

Connie Robertson - 1998 - 669 pagina’s
...dear Lucy, to give you satisfaction - if you think there is any in marriage? 3845 The Beggar's Opera d buttons of the man - the blography of the man himself...was born modest; not all over, but in spots. 11937 3846 The Beggar's Opera How happy could I be with either, Were t'other dear charmer away! 3847 The...
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Book of Humorous Quotations

Connie Robertson - 1998 - 381 pagina’s
...Women and wine should life employ. Is there ought else on earth desirous? do. 1550 The Beggar's Opera In one respect indeed, our employment may be reckoned...Statesmen, we encourage those who betray their friends. 1551 The Beggar's Opera How happy could I be with either, Were t'other dear charmer away! 1552 Dione...
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It

Joseph Roach, Professor Joseph Roach - 2007 - 260 pagina’s
...father, the ruthless thief-taker and fence, who appears only in The Beggar's Opera and says of his kind: "In one respect, indeed, our employment may be reckoned...statesmen, we encourage those who betray their friends" (Beggar's Opera, 2.10; BA 1354). What confused and angered moralists about the representation of Macheath,...
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The Beggar's Opera: An Opera in Three Acts

John Gay - 1900
...afraid those matters may be carried too fai*. We are treated, too, by them with contempt, ая if oar profession were not reputable. Peach. In one respect,...statesmen, we encourage those who betray their friends. Lockit. Such language, brother, anywhere else, might turn to your prejudice. Learn tobe more guarded,...
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the beggar's opera its predeceffors and succeffors

...other rogues live besides their own.' Lockit remarks: 'Perhaps, brother, they are afraid these matters may be carried too far. We are treated too by them...contempt, as if our profession were not reputable.' Now begins a quarrel between these two worthies. Peachum draws attention to the case of Ned Clincher:...
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