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" Of jealousy, our being's bane, Mark the small cause and the most dreadful pain. Mr. Allyn— Will depict the character of a specious villain, in the regiment of Othello, who is so base as to hate his commander on mere suspicion, and to impose on his best... "
History of the Providence Stage, 1762-1891 - Page 6
by George Owen Willard - 1891 - 298 pages
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A RECORD OF THE BOSTON STAGE

WILLIAM W. CLAPP, JR. - 1853
...passions, and proving that happiness can only spring from the pursuit of virtue. Mr. jDoufflas—wifl. represent a noble and magnanimous Moor, called Othello,...lady named Desde'mona, and after he has married her, harbors (as in too many cases) the dreadful pas sion of jealousy. Of jealousy, our being's bane, Mark...
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A Record of the Boston Stage

William Warland Clapp - Theater - 1853 - 479 pages
...bad passions, and proving that happiness can only spring from the pursuit of virtue. Mr. Douglas — will represent a noble and magnanimous Moor, called Othello, who loves a young lady named Desdcraona, and after lie has married her, harbors (as in too many cases) the dreadful pas sion of...
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An Historical Account of the Providence Stage: Being a Paper Read Before the ...

Charles Blake - Theater - 1868 - 297 pages
...manner : "XINOS ARMS TAVERN NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND. On Monday, June 10th, at the Public Room of the ahove Inn, will be delivered a series of MORAL DIALOGUES,...too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy. Of jealousy, our being's bane, Mark the small cause and the most dreadful pain. " Mr. Attyn — Will depict...
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Retrospections of America, 1797-1811

John Bernard, Laurence Hutton, Brander Matthews - Actors - 1886 - 380 pages
...SPRING FROM THE PURSUIT OF VIRTUE. " MR. DOUGLAS will represent a noble and magnanimous Moor named Othello, who loves a young lady named Desdemona, and after he has married her, harbors (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy. Of jealousy, our being's bane, Mark...
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Appleton's Cyclopędia of American Biography, Volume 3

James Grant Wilson, John Fiske - America - 1887
..."Othello." The play-bills road: "Mr. Douglas will represent Othello, a noble and magnanimous Moor, who loves a young lady named Desdemona, and after he has married her, harbors (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy." " Mr. Hallam will delineato a young...
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History of the American Theatre: Before the revolution [1749-1774

George Overcash Seilhamer - Theater - 1888
...only Spring from the Pursuit of Virtue. MR. DOUGLASS will represent a noble and magnanimous Moor named Othello, who loves a young lady named Desdemona, and after he has married her, harbors (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy. Of lealousy, our being's bane, Mark...
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Appleton's Cyclopędia of American Biography: Grinnell-Lockwood

James Grant Wilson, John Fiske - America - 1888
..."Othello." The play-bills read: "Mr. Douglas will represent Othello, a noble and magnanimous Moor, who loves a young lady named Desdemona, and after he ha,s married lier, harbors (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy." " Mr. Hallara will delineate...
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Customs and Fashions in Old New England

Alice Morse Earle - Clothing and dress - 1893 - 387 pages
...ISLAND. On Monday, June 10th, at the Public Boom of the above Inn will be delivered a series of MOBAL DIALOGUES in Five Parts Depicting the evil effects...who loves a young lady named Desdemona, and after he marries her, harbours (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy. Of jealousy, our beings...
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Stage-coach and Tavern Days

Alice Morse Earle - Bars (Drinking establishments) - 1900 - 449 pages
...that happiness can only spring from the pursuit of Virtue. MR. DOUGLASS — Will represent a noble magnanimous Moor called Othello, who loves a young lady named Desdemona, and, after he marries her, harbours (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy. Of jealousy, our be...
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Old Boston days & ways: from the dawn of the revolution until the town ...

Mary Caroline Crawford - Boston (Mass.) - 1909 - 463 pages
...bad passions, and proving that happiness can only spring from the pursuit of virtue. Mr. Douglas — will represent a noble and magnanimous Moor, called...lady named Desdemona, and after he has married her, harbors, (as in too many cases) the dreadful passion of jealousy, Of jealousy, our being's bane, Mark...
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