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A Record of the Boston Stage - Page 178
by William Warland Clapp - 1853 - 479 pages
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Annual Register

History - 1834
...middle height, and was accordingly deficient in the dignity of deportment requisite for some characters. His features, though not sufficiently regular to be...he walked the stage with ease and self-possession. He originally possessed an excellent constitution, which, had it not been impaired by excesses, would,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 21

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - 1833
...the dignity of deportment requisite for certain characters, as that of the noble Roman, Coriolamte. His features, though not sufficiently regular to be...expression; his eyes, as it were, played with the passions «'-—'-- " — —•" -'— J >•-• - "- : - music, and in sudden transitions abounded his amusing...
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Cabinet Annual Register ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1834
...deficient in the dignity of deportment requisite for certain characters, as that of the noble Koman, Coriolanus. His features, though not sufficiently...abounded with fine, meteor-like effect; and, although he was not of dignified stature, he walked the stage with the ease and self-possession attainable only...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 75

Edmund Burke - History - 1834
...middle height, and was accordant deficient in the dignity of deportment requisite for some characters. His features, though not sufficiently regular to be...capable of almost illimitable expression; his eyes, аз it were, played with tie passions in the тегу spirit of master v ; his voice, in the undertime«,...
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The American Annual Register for the Years ..., Or, the ... Year of American ...

Joseph Blunt - History - 1835
...was accordingly deficient in the dignity of deportment reqnisite for certain characters, as that of Coriolanus. His features, though not sufficiently...passions, in the very spirit of mastery; his voice, in the .under tones, boomed with melancholy music, and in sudden transitions abounded with fine, meteor-like...
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The American Annual Register

Joseph Blunt - History - 1835
...accordingly deficient in the dignity of deportment requisite for certain characters, ns that of Coriolanvs. His features, though not sufficiently regular to be...in the very spirit of mastery ; his voice, in the undrr tones, boomed with melancholy music, and in sudden transitions abounded with fine, meteor-like...
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THE AMERICAN ANNUAL REGISTER: FOR THE YEAR 1832-33

William Jackson,1835 - 1835
...accordingly deficient in the dignity of deportment requisite for certain characters, as that of Coriolo.nus. His features, though not sufficiently regular to be...passions, in the very spirit of mastery; his voice, in the under tones, boomed with melancholy music, and in sudden transitions abounded with fine, rneteor-like...
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THE AMERICAN ANNUAL REGISTER

WILLIAM JACKSON - 1835
...deficient in the dignity of deportment requitite for certain characters, as that of Coriolo -ir - . His features, though not sufficiently regular to be...in the Very spirit of mastery ; his voice, in the under tones, boomed with melancholy music, and in sudden transitions abounded with fine, meteor-like...
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American Annual Register, Volume 8

Joseph Blunt - History, Modern - 1835
...deportment requisite for certain characters, as that of Coriolanus, His features, though not sufliciently regular to be termed handsome, were capable of almost...in the very spirit of mastery ; his voice, in the under tones, boomed with melancholy music, and in sudden transitions abounded with fine, meteor-like...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...characters, as that of the noble Roman, Coriolanus. His features, though not sufficiently regular to he termed handsome, were capable of almost illimitable...dignified stature, he walked the stage with ease and self- possession, attainable only by true genius. Sir Robert Sinclair thus details the honourable reception...
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