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" That Garrick was a new religion ; Whitfield was followed for a time ; but they would all come to church again. "
The Life of Mr. James Quin, Comedian: With the History of the Stage from His ... - Página 74
1766 - 107 páginas
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volumen63

1780
...theatre was crowded every night ,to lee the new actor, he faid, " That Garrick was a new religion : Whitefield was followed for a time ; but they would all come to church again." ' Mr. Garrick, who had a quick and happy talent in turning an epigram, gave this fmart reply to Quin's...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW.

SEVERAL HANDS. - 1780
...was crowded every night to fee the new ailor, he faid, " That Garrick wat a new religion : Whiteficld was followed for a time ; but they would all come to church again.'' ' Mr. Garrick, who had a quick and happy talent in turning 3D epigr$p, gave this fmart reply to Quin's...
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Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, Esq: Interspersed with ..., Volumen1

Thomas Davies - 1781
...was crowded every night to fee the new actor, he faid, " That Garrick was a new religion ; Whitneld was followed for a time ; but they would all come to church again " Mr. Garrick, who had a quick and happy talent in turning an epigram, gave this fmart reply to Quin's...
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Anecdotes, Bons-mots, and Characteristic Traits of the Greatest Princes ...

1789 - 359 páginas
...crowded every night to fee the new actor, Quin faid, " That Garrick " was a new religion. Whitfield was followed •« for a time; but they would all come to church " again." Mr. Garrick, who had a quick and happy falent, in turning an epigram, gave this humourous reply to...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volumen8

1791
...theatre was crowded every night to fee tbc new acter, he faidi " That Garrick was a new religion : Whitefield was followed for a time; but they would all. come to church again.".., Mr. Garrick, who had a quick and happy talent in turning an epigram, gave this fmart repty to Quin's...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volumen22

1792
...plcafuie to Mr. Qmn, who f.ireaßically ebferved, that " Garrick x\nsa new Rclision, and that Whitfield was followed for a time ; but they would all come to church again-" This.obfervation being communicated to Wt. Garrick, he wrote the following Epigram : Pope who damns...
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The New England Quarterly Magazine, Volumen1

1802
...crowded every night to fee the new actor, Quin faid, ** That Garrick was a new religion. Whitfield was followed for a time ; but they would all come to church again." Mr. Garrick, who had a quick and happy talent, in turning aa epigram, gave this humourous reply to...
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The Thespian Dictionary: Or, Dramatic Biography of the Present Age ...

1805 - 390 páginas
...with prodigious success at Goodman's Fields. The fame of the new performer afforded no pleasure to Quin, who sarcastically observed, that " Garrick was a new religion, and that Whitfield was followed for a time ; butthey would all come to cburch again." In the season of 17423,...
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Characteristic Anecdotes of Men of Learning and Genius, Natives of Great ...

John Watkins - 1808 - 552 páginas
...characteristic indifference, he only said that, " Carrie k was but a new religion, and that Whitfield was followed for a time, but they would all come to church again." This sarcasm being reported to Garrick, he wrote the following epigram : Pope Quin, who damns all churches...
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The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Volumen3

1811
...with prodigious success at Goodman's-fields. The fame of the new performer afforded no pleasure to Quin, who sarcastically observed, that Garrick was a new religion, and that Whitfield was followed for a time; but they would all come to church again. (To be continued.) 353...
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