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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He accordingly went to the cellar - man , and having informed him of the Prince's orders , he was asked how much he would have , and what sort . He replied Only twelve dozen , and all sort . ” 66 LE GRAND PITROT .
A young fellow boasting of his health and constitutional stamina , in the hearing of Suett , was asked to what he chiefly attributed so great a happiness . “ Why , sir , to laying a good foundation , to be sure ; I make it a point to ...
Old Usher , one of the veterans of the Haymarket theatre , praising very much a loin of veal that was on Foote's table , asked who was his butcher . “ I think his name's Addison , " said Foote . 66 Addison !