John Tobin (January 28, 1770 – December 7, 1804) was a British playwright, who was for most of his life unsuccessful, but in the year of his death made a hit with The Honey Moon.
The Honeymoon (1770), Act ii. Sc. 1.
She's adorned amply that in her husband’s eye looks lovely,—the truest mirror that an honest wife can see her beauty in.
husbands, eye, looks, truest, mirror, honest, see, beauty
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