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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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Belgravia, Volume 6

1868
...society like ours ' Unelbowed by a gamester, pimp, or player.' " you." "He'll be of us, sir?" growled Johnson; "how does he know we will permit him ? The...duke in England has no right to hold such language." Yet, after all, the offence was not a great one ; and Garrick would not have worded his sentence so...
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Oliver Goldsmith: A Biography

Washington Irving - 1868 - 242 pages
...says Boswell, " he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He 'II be 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 favorably of Garrick's pretensions, " Sir," replied Johnson, " he will...
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The Life of David Garrick: From Original Family Papers, and ..., Volume 2

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Actors - 1868
...Sir Joshua, to repeat it — " He'll be of us!" roared Johnson, delighted to have him on the hip. " How does he know we will permit him? — the first...duke in England has no right to hold such language." This was his tone to Reynolds. To Hawkins, who was willing to admit Garrick, he objected, " he will...
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Every Saturday: A Journal of Choice Reading, Volume 6

1868
...club to Garrick, he said, " I like it much ; I think I shall be of you." " He '11 be of us," replied Johnson ; " how does he know we will permit him ? The first duke in England has no right to use such language." Boswell stoutly denies all this, and asserts that when Garrick was regularly proposed,...
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The Life of David Garrick: From Original Family Papers, and ..., Volume 2

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Actors - 1868
...friendly Sir Joshua, to repeat^it—" R be of us!" roared Johnson, delighted to have him the hip. " How does he know we will permit him! the first duke in England has no right to hold si language." This was his tone to Reynolds. To Hf kins, who was willing to admit Garrick, he object...
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Ballads and Romances, Volume 1

John Wesley Hales, Frederick James Furnivall - Ballads, 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 bold such language I " 1. THE BISHOP OF DBOMORB . 1784 19. Da. VINCENT, DB&N OF 2. SIB CHARLES BUNBUHY...
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Works of Washington Irving: Goldsmith

1870
...much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He 'II be of us?' growled he. ' How does he know we'•wiR 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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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - Great Britain - 1871 - 508 pages
...would be of them.' ' He'll be of us T 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 language !' It can easily be imagined that when ' His Majesty' expressed his approval of Richard Brinsley, then...
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Club life of London

John Timbs - 1872
...says Boswell, " he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He'll be of us r 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 of Samuel Johnson ... together with A journal of a tour to the ...

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1874
...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 ? 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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