The Actor's Budget of Wit and Merriment: Consisting of Monologues, Prologues, Epilogues, Tales, Comic Songs, Rare and Genuine Theatrical Anecdotes and Jests
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Cooke and Harris . whisper softly to my friend , that Pope's Essays are in perfect harmony with Young's Night Thoughts . Yours , & c . A POPE EXTRACT FROM DUNLAP'S , LIFE OF THE LATE GEORGE COOKE . 6. It was settled , that while the ...
Cooke and Harris . Harris . What ? Cooke . Money . Harris . Why , why , Cooke , what can you want of money , with your salary , and the benefit you have received ? Cooke . All gone . I never could bear to lock up a guinea ; I have too ...
Harris and Cooke . at our house some years ago ; he played Hamlet in ninetyfive . Harris . Aye , aye , remember well , what of him ? Cooke . Has his benefit at Drury Lane , the 10th of June , and wants me to play for him . Harris .