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Bøker Bok 110 av 29... presence. But the guest at his right hand, a happy-looking, red-faced, welldressed...
" ... presence. But the guest at his right hand, a happy-looking, red-faced, welldressed man, soon drew his attention towards me. The party to whom I was thus indebted seemed a very joviallooking personage, and appeared to be well known to all hands, and... "
The Life of David Garrick, Esq - Side 30
av Arthur Murphy - 1801 - 389 sider
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The Monthly Epitome, Volum 5

1802
...Herefy but Reformation.' " Quin was now, like his own Falftaff, not only vitty in himfelf, but the caufe of wit in others. The lines contain more truth than is generally found in epigrams. Garrick's ftylc of afting was univerfally acknowledged to be a reformation. He was the undoubted mafter of the...
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The Life of David Garrick, Volum 1

Arthur Murphy - 1801 - 507 sider
...HERESY, but REFORMATION. QUIN was now, like his own Falftaff, not only witty in himfelf, but the caufe of wit in others. The lines contain more truth than is generally found in Epigrams. Garrick's ftile of acting was univerfally acknowledged to be a reformation. He was the undoubted mafter of the...
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The Antijacobin Review: And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volum 8

1801
...but REFIBRMATION'. " Quin, was now, like his own Falftajf, not only witty in himfelfi but the caufe of wit in others. The lines contain more truth than is generally found in Epigrams» Garrick's ftile of aftihg was univerfally acknowledged to be a reformation. He was the undoubted mafter of the/ock...
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Poems, odes, prologues, and epilogues, spoken on public occasions at Reading ...

Reading Berks, Reading sch - 1804
...creative genius, his ingenuous, and even humorous simplicity, by which he became, like Falstatf, " not only witty in himself, but the cause of wit in others." He was distinguished at school for his poetical compositions, and for his public speaking. A copy of...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volum 33

1833
...appeared to be well known to all hands, and indeed the life of the party, for, like Falstaff, he was not only witty in himself, but the cause of wit in others." When he had read thus far, Mr Bang looked at me with a sly twinkle of his eye, and a shake of his head....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volum 98

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1828
...have been ransacked by a host of critics, commentators, and learned men of all nations — * He was not only witty in himself, but the cause of wit in others,' — if they would have the honesty to acknowledge their obligations, and not, as some hate done, ungratefully...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volum 33

1833
...appeared tobe well known to all hands, and indeed the life of the party, for, like Falstaff, he was not only witty in himself, but the cause of wit in others." When he had read thus far, Mr Bang looked at me with a sly twinkle of his eye, and a shake of his head....
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Tom Cringle's log

Michaël Scott - 1834 - 526 sider
...appeared to be well known to all hands, and indeed the life of the party, for, like Falstaff, he was not only witty in himself, but the cause of wit in others. The gentleman to whom he had pointed me out immediately rose, made his bow, ordered a chair, and made room...
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The Percy Anecdotes, Revised Edition: To which is Added, a Valuable ...

1852
...condescending service. ELEGANT REPROOF. Lord Kelly, celebrated in the last age for Ins love of music, was " "Ǎ\ JMwC +Kx D ;I " 3 Mr. A В , a Scotch advocate, a man nf considerable humor, accompanied by great formality of man-ners,...
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The Eastern Arboretum: Or, Register of Remarkable Trees, Seats, Gardens, &c ...

James Grigor - 1841 - 371 sider
...the oak and chestnut. Neither was the Scotch pine wanting. It was once well said of a man that he was not only witty in himself, but the cause of wit in others also : a similar observation may be made with regard to this beautiful but despised species. It not...
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