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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It has been observed , that Ben Jonson is almost the only writer against whom the charge of uniting dissimilar manners , and discordant periods , is not to be laid ; and though the poets of the ensuing century are not wholly free from ...
It is extremely pleasing to observe the zeal which manifests itself among the leading artists of the present day , to obtain correct notions of the manners of former times , whenever they have occasion to depict them .
“ Why - why - a , a , a , now my Lord , I must oppose you in the most pointed manner ; for of all the most hardened , headstrong , obstinate , unmanageable animals I ever dealt with in my life , he is the worst ; heme , e , e , e , e ...