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" Whatever may be the changes of my future life, the deepest impression of your kindness will always remain here* (putting his hand on his breast) 'fixed and unalterable. 'I will very readily agree to my successors having more skill and ability for their... "
Biographia dramatica: or, a companion to the playhouse : containing ... - Page 261
1812
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 38

James Boswell - English literature - 1776
...having more (kill and ability for their nation ' than I Rave ; but I defy them all to take more fincere, and more uninterrupted pains for your favour, or to be more truly fenfible of it, than is your moft obedient and grateful fervant." Here he retired, amidft the acclamations...
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Annual Register, Volume 19

Edmund Burke - History - 1779
...fkill and ability for their nation than I have ; but I defy them all to ;.••!. r more fincere, and more uninterrupted pains for your favour, or to be more truly fenfible of it, than is your moil obedient and grateful fervant.' Here he retired, crowned with never-fading...
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Memoirs of the life of David Garrick, Volume 2

Thomas Davies - 1780
...more ikill and ability for " their ftation than I have; but I defy " them all to take more fincere, and more " uninterrupted pains for your favour, or »' to be more truly fenfible of it, than is " your humble fervant." After a profound obeifance, he retired, amidft the...
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Annual Register, Volume 19

History - 1788
...having more ikill and ability (or their ftation than I have; but I defy them all to take more fincere, and more uninterrupted pains for your favour, or to be more truly fenfibîe of it, than in your molt obedient and grateful fervant " Here he retired, crowned with never-fading...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1788
...having more (kill and ability for their ftation than I have ; but I defy them all to take more fincére, and more uninterrupted pains for your favour, or to be more truly fenfible of it, than in your molt obedient and grateful fervant." Here he retired, crowned with never-fading...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volume 8

Great Britain - 1791
...having more flull and ability for their ftation than I have ; but I defy them all to take more lincere, and more uninterrupted pains for your favour, or to be more truly fenfible of it, than is your humble fervant." After a profound obeifance, he retired, amidft the tears...
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The History of the Theatres of London: Containing an Annual Register of All ...

Walley Chamberlain Oulton - Theaters - 1796
...more fkill and ability «' for their ftation than I have ; but I defy them all « to take more fmcere and more uninterrupted " pains for your favour, or to be more truly fenfible " of it, than is your moft obedient grateful fervant." This addrefs met with general and repeated...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 13

Literary Criticism - 1801
...skill and ability tor their station than I have had ; but I defy them all to take more un interrupted pains for your favour, or to be more truly sensible of it, than' is your grateful humble sen-ant." Having uttered these sentiments, he bowed respectfully to all parts of the...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
..." I will very readily agree to my successors having more skill and ability for their station than I have; but I defy them all to take more sincere, and more uninterrupted pains for your favor, or to be more truly sensible of it, than is your humble servant." / ' ' \ After a profound obeisance,...
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Biographia Dramatica: pt.1. Authors and Actors: A-H

David Erskine Baker, Stephen Jones - English drama - 1812
...defy them all to take more slh' cere arid more uninterrupted ' pains for your favour, or to' £'e ' more truly sensible of it, than '• is your most...the year 1777 Mr. Garrick was desired to read a play beforo the King and Queen, at Buckingham House, in the manner of Mons. Le Texier, who had obtained...
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