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" As breath with life, or colour with the blood. But now, his course is so irregular, So loose, affected, and deprived of grace, And he himself withal so far fallen off From that first place, as scarce no note remains, To tell men's judgments where he lately... "
The dramatic works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher - Page 10
by Ben Jonson, John Fletcher, Francis Beaumont - 1811
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - English drama - 1776
...; ' Forgetful of his friends, and not content ' To Hale himfelf in all focieties, He makes my houfe here, common, as a mart, A theatre, a public receptacle For giddy humour, and difeafedr'iof j And here, as in a tavern or a llew, He, and his wild aflbciates, fpend their hours,...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volume 5

English drama - 1787
...with But now his courfe is fo irregr.lar, So loofe, affeclcd, and deprived of grace, He makes my houfe here common as a mart, A theatre, a public receptacle For giddy humour, and difeafed riot ; And here as in a tavern^ or a ftew He and his wild aflbciates, fpend their hours. In...
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Clandestine Marriage

David Garrick - English drama - 1798
...course is so irregular, So loose, effected, and depriv'd of grace, And he himself withal so fal'n off, From that first place, as scarce no note remains,...all societies, He makes my house here common as a nurl, A theatre, a public receptacle, For giddy humour and diseased riot; Ad here (as in a tavern or...
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Dramatic works: to which is prefixed a life of the author, Volume 1

David Garrick - 1798
...loose, .fleeted, and depiiv d of grace, And he himself withal so fal'n off, From that tirsc plac1, as scarce no note remains, To tell men's judgments where he lately stood. He's grown 2 stranger to all due respect, Forgetful of r»is fiiends, and not content To stale himself in all...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...grace, And he himself, withal, so far fallen off From that first place, as scarce no note remain!, To tell men's judgments where he lately stood. He's...and diseased riot : And here, as in a tavern or a stew, He and his wild associates spend their hours In repetition of lascivious jests : Swear, leap,...
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The British drama

British drama - Drama - 1804
...so irregular, So loose, affected, and deprived of grace, And he himself, withal, so far fallen off From that first place,' as scarce no note remains,...content To stale himself in all societies, He makes my Mouse, here, common as a mart, A theatre, a public receptacle For giddy humour, and diseased riot :...
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Sharpe's British Theatre ...

English drama - 1804
...tell men's jndgments where he lately stood. "He's grown a stranger to all dne respect ; " Forgetfnl of his friends, and not content " To stale himself in all societies,'' He makes my honse here, common, as a mart, A theatre, a pnhlic receptacle For giddy hnmonr, and diseased riot:...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1811
...so irregular, So loose, affected, and deprived of grace, And he himself, withall, so far fallen off From that first place, as scarce no note remains,...and diseased riot : And here, as in a tavern or a stew, He and his wild associates spend their hours In repetition of lascivious jests : Swear, leap,...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...loose, affected, and deprived of grace, And he himself, withall, so far fallen off' From that tirst . Лп(>. But my inclinations are in force. I have a mind to со abroad ; and if you won't lend stew, He and his wild associates spend their hours In repetition of lascivious jests : Swear, leap,...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1811
...so irregular, So loose, affected, and deprived of grace, And he himself, withall, so far fallen off From that first place, as scarce no note remains,...respect ; Forgetful of his friends ; and, not content To étale himself in all societies, He makes my house, here, common as a mart, A theatre, a public receptacle...
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