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Biographia Dramatica: Names of dramas: A-L - Page 50
by David Erskine Baker - 1812
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Complete Works, Volume 4

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1886
...Duke [besides his own good taste] has a more particular knack than any one now living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this as usual ; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamor of applause."...
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The Complete Works of William Makepeace Thackeray: The four Georges ; The ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1889
...Duke [besides his own good taste | has a more particular knack than any one now living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this as usual; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamor of applause."...
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Thackeray's Works, Volume 8

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1891
...Duke [besides his own good taste] has a more particular knack than any one now living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this as usual ; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamor of applause."...
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Swift: The Mystery of His Life and Love

James Hay - Authors, Irish - 1891 - 361 pages
...Duke, besides his own good taste, has a more particular research than any one now living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this, as usual ; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamour of applause....
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Swift: The Mystery of His Life and Love

James Hay - Authors, Irish - 1891 - 361 pages
...living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this, as usual; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamour of applause. The Beggar's Opera was accepted and produced by Rich, then manager of Covent Garden...
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Einleitung zu Gay

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1891
...Majesty's Ambassador at Constantinople. the public. He was quite right in this as usual; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamour of applause." — POPE (Spences Anecdotes). 178 THACKERAY (WM) THE ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT...
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Thackeray's Works, Volume 8

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1891
...living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this as usual ; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamor of applause." — POPE. Spence's Anecdotes. tut till the next week that they were to wait to...
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Introductory memoir, longer poems, Epistles and epistolatory verse. Eclogues ...

John Gay - English poetry - 1893
...' — he saw it in the eyes of the audience. ' He was quite right in this, as usual,' says Pope ; ' the good-nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamour of applause. ' 2 The performers, intoxicated very likely with their unexpected triumph, indulged...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets, Volume 2

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1896
...that duke (besides his own good taste) has a particular knack, as any one now living, in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this,...appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamour of applause.' Its reception is thus recorded in the notes to the Dunciad : 'This piece was...
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The English Humorists of the Eighteenth Century: Critical Reviews ; The ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1896 - 418 pages
...Duke [besides his own good taste] has a more particular knack than any one now living in discovering the taste of the public. He was quite right in this as usual ; the good nature of the audience appeared stronger and stronger every act, and ended in a clamor of applause."...
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