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" The jingle of rhyme and the language of fiction would but ill suit my present feelings. This is to me a very awful moment ; it is no less than parting for ever with those from whom I have received the greatest kindness and favours, and upon the spot where... "
Annual Register - Page 151
1788
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Memoirs of the life of David Garrick, Volume 2

Thomas Davies - 1780
...fhould be t}ow of peaking it. " The jingle of rhime, and the language " of fiction, would but ill fait my prefent *' feelings. This is to me a very awful...than parting for " ever with thofe from whom I have re" ceived the greateft kindnefs and favours, " and upon the fpot where that kindnefs " and thofe favours...
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Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, Esq: Interspersed with ..., Volumes 1-2

Thomas Davies - 1781
...fpeaking it. t "The << *c DAVID GARRICK, Efq. 333 " The jingle of rhime and the language " of fiction would but ill, fuit my prefent ** feelings. This is...fpot where that kindnefs " and thofe favours were received." [Here he was unable to proceed till he was relieved by a mower of tears.] •** Whatever...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1788
...now of fpeaking it. ' The jingle of rhyme, and the language of ficlion, would but ill fuit my prcfcnt feelings. ' This is to me a very awful moment; it...for ever with thofe from whom I have received the greatcll kindncfs andv favours, and upon the fpot where that kindnefs and thofe favours were enjoyed,...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volume 8

Great Britain - 1791
...the language of fiction, would but ill-fuit my prefent feelings. T his is to me a very awful momenti it is no lefs than parting for ever with thofe from...kindnefs and favours,- and upon the fpot where that kmdnefs and thofe favours were enjoyed." [Here he was unable to proceed till he was relieved by a (hower...
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The life of David Garrick

Arthur Murphy - 1801
...epilogue, as I " fhould be now of fpeaking it. " THE jingle of rhyme and the language of fie•*' tion would but ill fuit my prefent feelings. " THIS is...whom " I have received the greateft kindnefs, and upon " the fpot, where that kindnefs and your favours '/* were enjoyed.. . '.'•': ' • l (Here his...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 13

Literary Criticism - 1801
...it. . - . ..-! . •! " The jingle of rhyme and the language of fiction would but ill suit my present feelings. " This is to me a very awful moment : it is no less than parting for ever wii h those, from whom I have received the greatest kindness, and upon the...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...now of speaking it. " The gingle of rhime, and the language of fiction, would but ill suit my present feelings. This is to me a very awful moment; it is no less than parting for ever with those from whom I have received the greatest kindness and favors, and...
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Memoirs, letters, and comic miscellanies in prose and verse. Ed. by H. Smith

James Smith - 1840
...himself as follows :—" The jingle of rhyme and the language of fiction, would but ill suit my present feelings. This is to me a very awful moment; it is no less than parting for ever with those from whom I have received the greatest kindness and favours,...
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THE BRITISH DRAMA: VCOLLECTION OF TRAGEDIES, COMEDIES, OPERAS, AND FARCES IN ...

1859
...now of speaking it. "The jingle of rhyme, and the language of fiction, would but ill suit my present feelings. " This is to me a very awful moment : it is no less than parting for ever with those, from whom I have received the greatest kindness, and upon tba...
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Sheridan and his times, Volume 1

William Earle - 1859
...be now of speaking it. The jingle of rhyme and the language of fiction would but ill suit my present feelings. This is to me a very awful moment : it is no less than parting for ever with those from whom I have received the greatest kindness. (Here for a...
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