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" Exult each patriot heart ! — this night is shewn A piece, which we may fairly call our own; Where the proud titles of "My Lord! Your Grace! "
Joseph Dennie and His Circle: A Study in American Literature from 1792-1812 - Page 65
by Milton Ellis - 1915 - 285 pages
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Biographia Dramatica: Names of the dramas: A-L

David Erskine Baker, Stephen Jones - Dramatists, English - 1812
...Prologue calls upon the audience to exult, that a piece was exhibited which they might fairly call their own, " Where the proud titles of My Lord ! Your Grace ! " To humble Mr. and plain Sir, give place." It possesses little merit either in plot or character. The preface claims indulgence for the author...
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Biographia Dramatica: Or, A Companion to the Playhouse: Containing ..., Volume 2

David Erskine Baker, Isaac Reed, Stephen Jones - English drama - 1812
...calls upon the audience to exult, that a piece was exhibited •which they might fairly call their own, " Where the proud titles of My Lord! Your Grace ! " To humble Mr. and plain Sir, give place." It possesses little merit either in plot or character. The preface claims indulgence for the author...
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Names of dramas: A-L

David Erskine Baker, Isaac Reed, Stephen Jones - English drama - 1812
...upon the audience to exult, that a piece was exhibited which they might fairly call their own, " Whete the proud titles of My Lord ! Your Grace ! • " To humble Mr. and plain Sir, give place." It possesses little merit either in plot or character. The ' preface claims indulgence for the author...
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History of the American Theatre: During the revolution and after [1774-1792

George Overcash Seilhamer - Theater - 1889
...sign of their characters being in the fact that they called each other Lctitia and Charlotte. In this Exult each patriot heart ! — this night is shown...Grace ! ' To humble Mr. and plain Sir give place. Our author pictures not from foreign climes The fashions or the follies of the times ; But has confin'd...
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A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...benefit of the sufferers by the fire at Boston. PBOLOGUE, IN REBUKE OF THE PREVAILING ANGLOMANIA. i XULT each patriot heart ! — this night is shown A piece,...Grace ! " To humble "Mr." and plain " Sir" give place. Our author pictures not from foreign climes The fashions, or the follies of the times; But has confined...
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American literature

Katharine Lee Bates - American literature - 1897 - 362 pages
...played in New York twenty years later, heralded itself with a flourish of Revolutionary trumpets : " Exult each patriot heart ! — this night is shown A piece which we may fairly call our own." The privilege is not precious. Dull, trivial, and shapeless, the play is noteworthy only as providing...
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A History of American Literature, 1607-1865

William Peterfield Trent - American literature - 1903 - 608 pages
...it could count upon patriotic fervour for support, as the opening lines of the prologue anticipated: Exult, each patriot heart ! this night is shown A...Grace ! " To humble Mr. and plain Sir give place. It is just to add that much of the stilted conversation, the pairing of valets and masters, the situation...
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A History of American Literature, 1607-1865

William Peterfield Trent - American literature - 1903 - 608 pages
...it could count upon patriotic fervour for support, as the opening lines of the prologue anticipated: Exult, each patriot heart ! this night is shown A...call our own ; Where the proud titles of "My Lord 1 Your Grace ! " To humble Mr. and plain Sir give place. It is just to add that much of the stilted...
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Heralds of American Literature: A Group of Patriot Writers of the ...

Annie Russell Marble - American literature - 1907 - 383 pages
...patriotism is sounded in the first lines of the prologue : EXULT, each patriot heart ! this night is shewn A piece, which we may fairly call our own; Where the..."Your Grace !" To humble Mr. and plain Sir give place. Our Author pictures not from foreign climes, The fashions or the follies of the times; But has confin'd...
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Heralds of American Literature: A Group of Patriot Writers of the ...

Annie Russell Marble - American literature - 1907 - 383 pages
...patriotism is sounded in the first lines of the prologue : EXULT, each patriot heart ! this night is shewn A piece, which we may fairly call our own; Where the..."Your Grace!" To humble Mr. and plain Sir give place. Our Author pictures not from foreign climes, The fashions or the follies of the times; But has confin'd...
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