A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 to 1901, Volume 2

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Page 17 - He appeared as Sir Giles Overreach, in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts,
Page 294 - John, Hubert, King Philip, Cardinal Pandulph, Sir Peter Teazle. Sir Oliver Surface, Crabtree, Rowley, Sir Anthony Absolute, Kit Cosey, Sir William Dorrilon, Lord Pleony, Sir William Fondlove, Sir John Falstaff, Justice Woodcock, Malvolio, Polonius, the Ghost of King Hamlet, Dogberry, Adam, Leontes, Antigonus, Autolycus, Mr. Simpson, Lord
Page 128 - A ship of immense size, fully rigged, with a crew of forty persons, commanded by a naval officer, will effect her passage through floating islands of ice, which, on separating, will show an expanse of ocean covering the whole stage. She will sail down to the
Page 257 - appeared as Sir Giles Overreach in " A New Way to Pay Old Debts.
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Page 294 - Tom Noddy, Captain Copp, Colonel Hardy, Governor Heartall, Sir Bashful Constant, Lord Ogleby, Dr. Cantwell, Sir Robert Bramble, Sir Francis Gripe. Squeers, Mr. Dombey, Justice Greedy, Colonel Damas, Admiral Kingston, Don Manuel,
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Page 460 - a matter of business, and out of no disrespect to Mr. Creswick, and he should have so looked at it, and not have appealed to the public in a moment of temporary excitement, as he did on his closing night, April 15, when called before the
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Page 452 - He was the perfection of grace, and through all the gentle drollery of his seemingly unconscious action there ran a vein of reticent, wistful sensibility, which, without being sadness itself, produced upon others the momentary effect of sadness.

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