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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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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D., and the Journal of His Tour to the Hebrides

James Boswell - Authors, English - 1885
...much displeased with the actor's conceit. "He'll be of us, (said Johnson,) how does he know we .tN\\\ permit him ? The first duke in England has no right...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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Life of Oliver Goldsmith

Washington Irving - 1886 - 258 pages
...Johnson," says Boswell, "he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. ' He'll 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 disturb...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Together with The Journal of a ..., Volume 2

James Boswell - 1889
...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...duke in England has no right to hold such language." 1 However, when Garrick was regularly proposed some time afterwards, Johnson, though he had taken a...
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Studies in Jocular Literature: A Popular Subject More Closely Considered

William Carew Hazlitt - Chapbooks, English - 1890 - 230 pages
...speaking of it to Garrick. ' I like it much,' says he; ' I think I'll be of you.' When Sir J. Reynolds mentioned this to Dr. Johnson, he was much displeased...some time afterwards, Johnson warmly supported him . . ." " On the former part of this story," adds Malone, " it probably was that Sir John Hawkins grounded...
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The life and times of Oliver Goldsmith, and a biogr. sketch of the author

John Forster - 1890
...the idea of the club excessively, and thought he should be of them. " He'll be of us ! " exclaimed Johnson ; "how does " he know we will permit him ?...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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The Wits and Beaus of Society, Volume 2

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - Court life - 1890
...thought ' he would be of them.' ' He'll be of us P 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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Godey's Magazine, Volume 133

Costume - 1896
...David, briskly. " He'll be of us ! " growled Johnson, on hearing the remark ; " how does he know we'll permit him? The first duke in England has no right to hold such language ! " Later, the good doctor was persuaded by Goldsmith to admit the talented actor, who repaid him by...
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Two Centuries of Soho: Its Institutions, Firms, and Amusements

John Henry Cardwell - Soho (London, England) - 1898 - 304 pages
...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 momentary offence at his arrogance, warmly and kindly supported him, and he was...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L. D.: Together with a Journal of a ..., Volume 1

James Boswell - 1900
...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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The Life of Samuel Johnson ...: To which is Added The Journal of a ..., Volume 1

James Boswell - Hebrides (Scotland) - 1900 - 726 pages
...mentioned this to Dr Johnson, he was much displeased with the actor's conceit. " Hill be of us" said Johnson, " how does he know we will permit him ? The...However, when Garrick was regularly proposed some time afterwards,74 Johnson, though he had taken a momentary offence at his arrogance, warmly and kindly...
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