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3 edition of rehearsal: or, Bays in petticoats. found in the catalog.

rehearsal: or, Bays in petticoats.

Catherine Raftor Clive

rehearsal: or, Bays in petticoats.

A comedy in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.

by Catherine Raftor Clive

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Published by Printed for R. Dodsley ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementWritten by Mrs. Clive. ; The music composed by Dr. Boyce.
ContributionsBoyce, William, 1711-1779.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR1241 .L6 vol. 270
The Physical Object
Pagination43, [1] p. ;
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17134449M
LC Control Number26002403
OCLC/WorldCa6313433

Six- and-twenty years, as they call them why, I might have been a pasha by this time! Folger Call Number: PQ His observant eye noted her face a cool, chaste classic, and her dress, rich, but with a kind of quiet and severity. The hand which once sternly retained those five pennies is now doing better. I went into lots of different areas and someone else was always asking me to work with them.

Picking it up, he set it upright on the desk, seized the bottle, knocked off its top against the marble man- tel and poured the fantastic goblet full. Because of the social stigmas associated with dialect use, language variation is an effective way of providing an intellectual and social profile to a literary figure without engaging in a great deal of description. This song inspired the fat-headed old gentleman, who made several attempts to tell a rather broad story out of Joe Miller that was pat to the purpose; but he always stuck in the middle, everybody recollecting the latter part excepting himself. One exception to this is Cadwallader's unvaried use of female pronouns in Kemble's The Female Officer published ; this surprisingly apt variation produces dramatic irony. Her cheeks held the flame of the wild-cherry leaf. The old housekeeper had been consulted; the antique clothespresses and wardrobes rummaged and made to yield up the relics of finery that had not seen the light for several generations; the younger part of the company had been privately convened from the parlor and hall, and the whole had been bedizened out into a burlesque imitation of an antique mask.

It was a venture so personal and so isolated in the springs of its motive that it would be easy to exaggerate its importance as the harbinger of a new day. In a senile rage, he ordered his daughter indoors. A fourth, alas! The Cruel Gift. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, In contrast, Jenny, of Samuel Foote's A Trip to Calais ; published demonstrates only a very rudimentary knowledge of French despite five years of boarding-school education.


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I soon dismissed as untenable the convenient idea that Laski had invented it. The struggle was ended; justice was impossible. Folger Call Number: Yarbough, Raymond. New York: Oxford University Press, So, of course I see a parallel between the production of my work and how I go about things, and the way Richard creates the newest vintages.

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