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" I disclaim all intention of offering any thing in the shape of disrespect towards the inhabitants of New York ; they received me from the first with an enthusiasm, grateful in those hours to my pride, in the present to my memory. "
A Record of the Boston Stage - Page 228
by William Warland Clapp - 1853 - 479 pages
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Edinburgh Dramatic Review, Volumes 3-5

1825
...heart-rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger, and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, Sir, whatever are my offences, I disclaim any intention of offering any thing in the shape of disrespect...
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Twenty-six Years of the Life of an Actor and Manager: Interspersed with ...

Francis Courtney Wemyss - Actors - 1846
...heart-rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger, and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, sir, whatever are my offences, I disclaim all intention of offering anything in the shape of disrespect...
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Theatrical Biography: Or, The Life of an Actor and Manager; Interspersed ...

Francis Courtney Wemyss - Actors - 1848 - 324 pages
...heart rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger, and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, sir, whatever are my offences, I disclaim.all intention of .ofie.ring anything in the shape of disrespect...
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Theatrical biography: or, The life of an actor and manager

Francis Courtney Wemyss - Actors - 1848 - 324 pages
...heart rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger, and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, sir, whatever are my offences, I disclaim all intention of oQering anything in the shape of disrespect...
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A record of the Boston stage. (Orig. publ. in the Boston evening gazette).

William Warland Clapp - 1853
...heart-rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger, and mercy to the conquered....received me from the first with an enthusiasm, grateful ' those hours to my pride, in the present to my memory. I cannot recall to my mind any act or thought,...
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Old England and New England, in a Series of Views Taken on the Spot

Alfred Bunn - United States - 1853 - 315 pages
...heart-rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger, and mercy to the conquered....my offences, I disclaim all intention of offering anything in the shape of disrespect to the inhabitants of New York ; they received me at first with...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 53

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - American periodicals - 1859
...heart-rending to my friends and triumphant to my Enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for Hospitality to the Stranger and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, Sir, whatever are my Offences, I disclaim any intention of offering any thing in the shape of Disrespect...
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The Life of Edmund Kean, Volume 2

Frederick William Hawkins - Actors - 1869 - 420 pages
...heartrending to my friends and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for hospitality to the stranger and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, sir, whatever are my offences, I disclaim any intention of offering anything in the shape of disrespect...
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A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 ..., Volume 1

Thomas Allston Brown - Theater - 1902
...heart-rending to my friends, and triumphant to my enemies, I make an appeal to that country famed for its hospitality to the stranger and mercy to the conquered. Allow me to say, whatever my offences, I disclaim all intention of offering anything in the shape of disrespect towards...
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A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 ..., Volume 1

Thomas Allston Brown - Theater - 1903
...the conquered. Allow me to say, whatever my offences, I disclaim all intention of offering anything in the shape of disrespect towards the inhabitants...those hours to my pride, in the present to my memory. 1 cannot recall to my mind any act or thought that did not prompt me to an unfeigned acknowledgment...
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