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" Johnson) how does he know we will permit him ? The first Duke in England has no right to hold such language. "
Life of Edmond Malone, Editor of Shakespeare: With Selections from His ... - Page 392
by Sir James Prior - 1860 - 476 pages
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Oliver Goldsmith's History of the Earth, and Animated Nature

Oliver Goldsmith, Washington Irving - Natural history - 1854 - 998 pages
...says Boswell, " he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He'u bi of us ?' growled he ; ' How does he know we will permit him ? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language.' " When Sir John Hawkins spoke favourably of Garrick's pretensions, " Sir," replied Johnson, " he will...
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The Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith

John Forster - 1855 - 472 pages
...should be of them. " He'll be of us ! " exclaimed Johnson ; " how does " he know we will permit him 1 The first duke in England has no "right to hold such language." To Thrale, the next intercessor, he threw out even threats of a blackball ; but this moved the worthy...
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Life of Johnson: Including Their Tour to the Hebrides

James Boswell - 1860 - 874 pages
...mentioned this to Dr. Johnson, he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. " He'll be of its," said Johnson, " how does he know we will permit him ? the...regularly proposed some time afterwards, Johnson, though he had taken a momentary offence at his arrogance, warmly and kindly supported him, and he was...
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The wits and beaux of society, by Grace and Philip Wharton

Katherine Thomson, John Cockburn Thomson - 1860
...thought he would be of them.' ' He'll be of us!' roared the Doctor indignantly, on hearing of this. ' How does he know we will permit him ? The first duke in England has no right to hold such languageP It can easily be imagined that when ' His Majesty' expressed his approval of Richard Briusley,...
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Celebrated Friendships, Volume 2

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - Great Britain - 1861
...mentioned this to Dr. Johnson, he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He'll be of us,' said Johnson ; ' how does he know we will permit him ?...duke in England has no right to hold such language.'" * Nevertheless, Johnson, it seems, so long opposed Garrick's entrance, that the Club had the privilege...
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Life and times of sir Joshua Reynolds: with notices of some of his ...

1865
...shall be of you." "He be of us !" said Johnson, when Reynolds repeated the actor's phrase to him ; " how does he know we will permit him? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language.'' In fact, Garrick was not elected till March, 1773. The Society still exists and bears the proud title...
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Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript: Ballads and Romances, Volume 1

Thomas Percy - Ballads, English - 1867 - 1740 pages
...I shall be of you." " He'll he of us ! " exclaimed Johnson when he heard of it, in great wrath ; " how does he know we will permit him ? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language ! " 1. THB BISHOP OF DROMORE . 1764 19. DB. VINCENT, DEAIT OP 2. SIB CHARLES BUNBUBY . 1774 WESTMINSTEB....
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Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript: Ballads and Romances, Volume 1

Thomas Percy - Folk songs, English - 1867
...of you." " He'll be of us ! " exclaimed Johnson when he heard of it, in great wrath ; " how does be know we will permit him ? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language ! " 1. THB BISHOP OF DBOMORB . 1764 19. DR. VINCENT, DEAN or 2. SIB CHARLES BUNBURY . 1774 WESTMINSTER....
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Works, Volume 7

Washington Irving - 1849
...Boswell, " he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He'll be of лл?' growled he. 'How does ho know we will permit him ? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language.' " When Sir John Hawkins spoke favorably of Garrick's pretensions, " Sir," replied Johnson, " he will...
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Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript: Ballads and Romances, Volume 1

Thomas Percy - Ballads, English - 1867 - 1740 pages
...of us ! " exclaimed Johnson when he heard of it, in great wrath ; " how does he know we will pennit him ? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language ! " 1. THE BISHOP OF DROMORE . 1761 19. Dn. VINCENT, DEAN OP 2. Sm CHARLES BUNBTOY . 177-1 WESTMINSTER....
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