Young Scarron

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T. Trye, 1752 - Irish fiction - 182 pages
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Page 40 - Prentices, idle Artificers, and Boys run mad with reading what they don't underftand.
Page 39 - Words fhe fwam out of the Room, and gave Mrs. Broad an Opportunity of venting her Rage, which fhe threw all at Mifs Whiffled Character.
Page 58 - Richard; and is better pleafed when ftrutting in Tragedy, with the Contempt of the Audience, (which indeed his Vanity won't let him fee) than he would be in playing a Fondleivife or a Manuel, to their entire Satisfaction and Approbation.
Page 98 - Face; which /o furpriz'd him, that he grew white, 'till it was imagin'd they had chang'd Complexions.
Page 57 - Merit, which is never feen while they are under the Direction of a regular Theatre ; but as foon as they engage in a Summer Expedition, it breaks out moft extravagantly, and hardly one but what would facrifice his beft Friend, rather than give up a Part.
Page 82 - I believe it is the Opinion of the whole Company, that it is the ftrongeit Play we can open with, and will fuffer the leaft by your Husband's Abfence.

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