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" In regard to his mean ambition, as you call it, of living with the great, what was the boast of Pope, and is every man's wish, can be no reproach to Garrick: he who says he despises it, knows he lies. "
The New Monthly Magazine, and Universal Register - 28. oldal
1816
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., 8. kötet

1816
...reproach to Garrick: he who says he despises it, knows he lies. That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...chance? Besides, sir, consider what you have said, you VOL. VIH. 68 first deny Garrick's pretensions to fame, and then accuse him of too great an attention...

The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., 8. kötet

Washington Irving - 1816
...reproach to Garrick: he who says he despises it, knows he lies. That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...chance? Besides, sir, consider what you have said, ' VOL. T,ll. ** SoO JOHNSON AND GARKICK. . first deny Garrick's pretensions to fame, and then accuse...

Blackwood's Magazine, 50. kötet

1841
...reproach to Garrick. He who says he despises it, knows he lies. That Garrick hushanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired, both at the theatre...denied ; but where is the blame, either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance? Sir, Garrick left nothing to chance." A letter...

Memoirs, Anecdotes, Facts, and Opinions, 1. kötet

Laetitia Matilda Hawkins - 1824 - 415 oldal
...acquired both at the theatre and at the table, is not denied; but where is the blame, either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to...pretensions to fame, and then accuse him of too great attention to preserve what he never possessed. G. I don't understand — J. Sir, I can't help that....

Memoirs, Anecdotes, Facts, and Opinions, 1. kötet

Laetitia Matilda Hawkins - 1824 - 415 oldal
...reproach to Garrick; he who says he despises it, knows he lies. That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...denied; but where is the blame, either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance ? Besides, 'Sir, consider what you have said:...

Memoirs, Anecdotes, Facts, and Opinions, 1. kötet

Laetitia Matilda Hawkins - 1824 - 415 oldal
...reproach to Garrick ; he who says he despises it, knows he lies. That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...denied; but where is the blame, either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance ? Besides, Sir, consider what you have said...

Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, 4-6. kötet

1830
...to Garrick ; he who says he despises it, knows he lies ; that Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...denied ; but where is the blame either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance ? Besides, Sir, consider what you have said,...

The life of Samuel Johnson ... including A journal of a tour to ..., 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1831
...there was or was not a probability of his shining. lies. That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...not denied; but where is the blame either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance ? Besides, sir, consider what you have said;...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Including a Journal of a Tour ..., 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1831
...reproach to Garrick ; he who says he despises it knows fie lies; That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...denied ; but where is the blame either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance ? Besides, sir, consider what you have said;...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Including a Journal of His Tour to the ...

James Boswell - 1835
...reproach to Garrick ; he who says he despises it knows he lies. That Garrick husbanded his fame, the fame which he had justly acquired both at the theatre and...denied ; but where is the blame, either in the one or the other, of leaving as little as he could to chance ? Besides, Sir, consider what you have said...




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