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" That I have committed an error, appears too evident from the alldecisive voice of the public; but surely it is but justice to the delinquent, (whatever may be his enormities,) to be allowed to make reparation where the offences were committed. "
A Record of the Boston Stage - Page 228
by William Warland Clapp - 1853 - 479 pages
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Edinburgh Dramatic Review, Volumes 3-5

Drama - 1825
...and profound admiration of the private, worth of those circles in which I had the honour of moving. That I have .committed an error, appears too evident...voice of the public ; but surely it is but justice to die delinquent (whatever may be his enormities) to be allowed to make reparation where the offences"...
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Twenty-six years of the life of an actor and manager: interspersed with ...

Francis Courtney Wemyss - Biography & Autobiography - 1846
...public, and profound admiration of the private worth of those circles in which I had the honor of moving. That I have committed an error appears too evident,...make reparation where the offences were committed. My misunderstanding took place in. Boston — to Boston I shall assuredly £0 to apologize for my indiscretions....
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Theatrical Biography: Or, The Life of an Actor and Manager; Interspersed ...

Francis Courtney Wemyss - Actors - 1848 - 324 pages
...and profound admiration of the private worth of those circles in which I had the honour of moving. " That I have committed an error appears too evident,...make reparation where the offences were committed. My misunderstanding took place in Boston —to Boston I shall assuredly go to apologise for my indiscretions....
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Theatrical biography: or, The life of an actor and manager

Francis Courtney Wemyss - Actors - 1848 - 324 pages
...and profound admiration of the private worth of those circles in which I had the honour of moving. *' That I have committed an error appears too evident,...make reparation where the offences were committed. My misunderstanding took place in Boston — to Boston I shall assuredly go to apologize for my indiscretions-...
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Old England and New England, in a Series of Views Taken on the Spot

Alfred Bunn - 1853 - 315 pages
...recall to my mind any act or thought that did not prompt me to an unfeigned acknowledgment of 'their 16 favors as a public, and profound admiration of the...make reparation where the offences were committed. My mis-, understanding took place in Boston. To Boston I shall assuredly go to apologize for my indiscretion....
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Old England and New England: in a series of views taken on the spot, Volume 2

Alfred Bunn - United States - 1853
...as a public, and profound admiration of the private worth of those circles in which I had the honour to move. " That I have committed an error appears...make reparation where the offences were committed. My misunderstanding took place in Boston. To Boston I shall assuredly go to apologise for my indiscretion....
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 53

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - American periodicals - 1859
...profound Admiration of the private Worth of those Circle» ill which I had the Honour of moving. ' That I have committed an error, appears too evident,...is but Justice to the Delinquent (whatever may be bis enormities) to be allowed to make Reparation where the Offences were commiUtd. My misunderstanding...
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Records of the New York stage, from 1750 to 1860

Joseph Norton Ireland - Performing Arts - 1866
...newspapers of the next day an appeal to the public, which he concluded with the following words : " That I have committed an error, appears too evident from the all-decisive voice of the public ; hut surely it is but justice to the delinquent (whatever may be his enormities) to be allowed to...
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A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 ..., Volume 1

Thomas Allston Brown - Theater - 1902
...and profound admiration for the private worth of those circles in which I had the honor of moving. That I have committed an error appears too evident...the delinquent, whatever may be his enormities, to make reparation where the offences were committed. My misunderstanding took place in Boston — to...
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A History of the New York Stage: From the First Performance in ..., Volume 1

Thomas Allston Brown - Theater - 1903
...profound admiration for the private worth of those circles in which 1 had the honor of moving. That 1 have committed an error appears too evident from the...the delinquent, whatever may be his enormities, to make reparation where the offences were committed. My misunderstanding took place in Boston — to...
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