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" Ghost, which though it might have astonished, it had not provoked him ? for you may observe that in this beautiful speech, the passion never rises beyond an almost breathless astonishment, or an impatience, limited by filial reverence... "
The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ... - Page 208
1838
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The Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 1

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1820
...am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr. Addison, while I sate by him, to see this scene acted, made the same observation, asking with some surprize, if I thought Hamlet should be in so violent a passion with the Ghost, which, tho'...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1820
...am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr. Addison, while I sate by him, to see this scene acted, made the same observation, asking with some surprize, if I thought Hamlet should be in so violent a passion with the Ghost, which, tho'...
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The works of Shakspeare: from the text of Johnson, Steevens, and Reed

William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, Isaac Reed, George Steevens - 1825 - 896 pages
...instance, because the late Mr. Addison, while 1 sat by him, to »ee the scene acted, made tae *ame us crime; and to be impudent in foreswearing the fact,...shame in committing the fault." GREENE. ** I ne'er it bad not provoked him ? for yon mij observe in this beautiful speech, the passion never rises beyond...
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Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 1

1826
...was all the while (as Shakspeare terms it) tearing a passion into rags. I am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr...Hamlet should be in so violent a passion with the gho«t, which, though it might have astonished, had not provoked him ? For you may observe, that in...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1820
...am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr. Addison, while I sate by him, to see this scene acted, made the same observation, asking me with some surprize, if I thought Hamlet should be in so violent a passion with the Ghost, which tho' it might...
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The Lives of the Players, Volumes 1-2

John Galt - Actors - 1831
...all the while, as Shakspeare terms it, ' tearing a passion into rags.' I am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr....had not provoked him ; for you may observe, that in his beautiful speech the passion never rises beyond an almost breathless astonishment, or an impatience...
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The Lives of the Players

John Galt - Actors, English - 1831
...all the while, as Shakspeare terms it, ' tearing a passion into rags.' I am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr....had not provoked him ; for you may observe, that in his beautiful speech the passion never rises beyond an almost breathless astonishment, or an impatience...
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History of the American theatre, Volume 1

William Dunlap - American drama - 1833
...all the while, as Shakspeare terms it, ' tearing a passion into rags'. I am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr. Addison, while I sat by him to see the scene acted, made the same observation, asking me with some surprise if I thought Hamlet ' should...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1836
...all the while, as Shakspeare terms it, ' tearing a passion into rags.' I am the more bold to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr...had not provoked him. For you may observe that in his beautiful speech, the passion never rises beyond an almost breathless astonishment, or an impatience...
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The complete works of William Shakspeare, with notes by the most emiinent ...

William Shakespeare - 1838
...to offer you this particular instance, because the late Mr. Addison, while 1 sat by him, to sec the ' /19D Ŕ ^ BO" ld # s& 5 bf 0 lH_ { ` fs K "d 38 t l ; j flhost, which, though it might have astonished, it had not provoked him? for you may observe in this...
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