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" have heard parson Robert (Davenant) say that Mr. W. Shakespeare haz given him a hundred kisses.] Now Sir William would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glasse of wine with his most intimate friends—eg Sam. Butler (author of Hudibras), &c.—say,... "
'Brief Lives': A-H - Page 204
by John Aubrey, Andrew Clark - 1898
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Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ...

Thomas Hearne, John Aubrey - English letters - 1813
...journey lye at this house in Oxon. where he was exceedingly respected. ****** ******** NQW gr W m WQuld sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glasse of wine...writt with the very spirit that Shakespeare,* and seemed contented enough to be thought his son ******* ******* jj e wen t to schoole at Oxon to Mr....
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The plays and poems of William Shakspeare

William Shakespeare, Alexander Pope, Samuel Johnson, Edward Capell, George Steevens, Richard Farmer, Nicholas Rowe - Drama - 1821
...where he was exceedingly respected. I have heard Parson Robert say, that Mr. William Shakspeare has given him a hundred kisses. Now Sir William would...pleasant over a glasse of wine with his most intimate friends, (eg Sam Butler, author of Hudibras, etc.) say, that it scem'd to him, that he writt with the...
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The companion

Leigh Hunt - Literary Criticism - 1828 - 432 pages
...he, "would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glass of wine with his most intimate friends,— eg Sam. Butler (author of Hudibras) &c.—say, that it...seemed to him that he writt with the very spirit that Shakspeare (did), and seemed contented enough to be thought his son." Sir William hit upon the best...
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The Companion, Volume 1

Leigh Hunt - 1828 - 432 pages
..." would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glass of wine with his most intimate friends,— eg Sam. Butler (author of Hudibras) &c.—say, that it...seemed to him that he writt with the very spirit that Shakspeare (did), and seemed contented enough to be thought his son." Sir William hit upon the best...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

Early English newspapers - 1840
...where he wu exceedingly respected. S ‘(Apassageomittedofwhlchtheirnportislefttobegueseed.) Now$'W¿ would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glasse of wine with his most Intimate friends,—.. g. Sam. Butler (author of Hudibras, &c.) say that It seemed to him that he wrltt with...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 167

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1840
...over a glasse of wine with his most intimate friend«,—eg Sam. Butler (author of Hudibras, &c.) say that it seemed to him that he writt with the very spirit that 81mkc ^i''%ue (sir), and seemed contented enough to he thought his son." G«NT. MAG. VOL. XIII. 3 F...
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The Life of William Shakespeare: Including Many Particulars Respecting the ...

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Dramatists, English - 1848 - 336 pages
...I hare heard Parson Robert say that Mr. W. Shakspeare has giceit him a hundred kisses. Now Sir Wm. would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glasse of wine with his most intimate friends, eg Sam Butler (author of Hudibras) &c. say that it seemed to him that he writt with the very...
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The works of William Shakespeare, Volume 1

William Shakespeare, Alexander Dyce - 1857
...respected. I have heard Parson Robert say that Mr. W. Shakspeare has given him a hundred kisses. Now Sir Wm. would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glasse of wine with his most intimate friends, eg Sam Butler (author of Hudibras), <fec., say that it seemed to him that he writt with the...
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THE CALAMITIES AND QUAEEELS

ISAAC DISRAELI - 1865
...D'Avenant “would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glass of wine with his most intimate friends, eg Sam. Butler (author of “Hudibras,” &c.,)say, that it seemed to him that he writ with the very same spirit that Shakspeare did, and was contented enough to be thought his son...
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The dramatic works

Sir William D'Avenant - 1872
...following passage, with which, among other information, Aubrey had supplied him :— : " Now S r - W m- would sometimes, when he was pleasant over a glasse...that he writt with the very spirit that Shakespeare [did], and seemed contented enough to be thought his son." The fact here recorded was just a reiteration...
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