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This is the Court of Chancery; which has its decaying houses and its blighted lands in every shire; which has its worn-out lunatic ...
She [Mae West] supplied much of her own dialogue and delivered it with enough eyeball-rolling suggestiveness to disguise the fact ...
I am a humble suitor to your virtues;
For pity is the virtue of the law,
And none but tyrants use it cruelly.
You think that you are Ann's suitor; that you are the pursuer and she the pursued; that it is your part to woo, to persuade, to pr ...
Even an extraordinary policeman seems a strange suitor for an operatic soprano. Does he sing?
In England, I was quite struck to see how forward the girls are made--a child of 10 years old, will chat and keep you company, whi ...
When once--which every body must be--you are convinced of the wickedness and deceit of men, it is impossible to preserve untainted ...
Look at your [English] ladies of quality--are they not forever parting with their husbands--forfeiting their reputations--and is t ...
The young women [in England] are so mortally silly and insipid, that I cannot bear them. Upon my word ... I have scarce met with o ...
Money is the source of the greatest vice, and that nation which is most rich, is most wicked.
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