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" That tongue which set the table on a roar, And charm'd the public ear, is heard no more ! Clos'd are those eyes, the harbingers of wit Which spoke, before the tongue, what Shakespeare writ ; Cold are those hands, which, living, were stretched forth At... "
The Life of Mr. James Quin, Comedian: With the History of the Stage from His ... - Página 89
1766 - 107 páginas
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The Strangers' Assistant & Guide to Bath: Containing an Account of the ...

1773 - 96 páginas
...following : In memory of Mr. JAMES QUIN, who died in the . . year 1766, aged 73. That tongue, lubichfet the table on a roar, And charm'd the public ear, is heard no more : Clos'd are thofe eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which fpake before the tongue whan Shakefpeare writ : Cold is that...
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Anecdotes, Bons-mots, and Characteristic Traits of the Greatest Princes ...

1789 - 359 páginas
...initials DG inof " James Quin," would be equally applicable to the writer, « THAT tongue which fet the table on a roar, « And charm'd the public ear, is heard no more; ' Clos'd are thofe eyes, the harbingers of wit, ' Which fpake before the tongue what Shakefpeare writ: ' Cold is...
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Memoirs of the Life of Charles Macklin, Esq: Principally Compiled from His ...

James Thomas Kirkman - 1799
...Abbey Church to 'his memory; it bears the following infcription : " That tongue which Jet the table in a roar, And charm'd the Public ear, is heard no more ; Clos'd are thofe eyes, the harbingers of wit. Which fpake before the tongue, what Shakfpeare writ ; Cold is that...
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The New England Quarterly Magazine, Volumen1

1802
...D. G. inflead of " James Quin," would be equally applicable to the writer. " That tongue which fat the table on a roar, And charm'd the public ear, is heard no more ; Clos'd are thofe eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which fpake before the tongue what Shakefpeare writ: Cold is that...
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A select collection of epitaphs and monumental inscriptions, with anecdotes ...

Select collection - 1806 - 230 páginas
...Stevens. .eeond Alexander here lies dead, ABBEY CHURCH, BATH-. On James Quin, the celebrated Actor. That tongue, which set the table on a roar, And charm'd...harbingers of wit, "Which spoke, before the tongue, what Shakespear writ; Clos'd are those hands, which living were stretch'd forth, At friendship's call, to...
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A guide to all the watering and sea-bathing places; with a ..., Volumen1

John Feltham - 1813
...mortality. Some of the inscriptions are elegant : we select one to the memory of the facetious James Quin. That tongue which set the table on a roar, And charm'd...Clos'd are those eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which spake, before the tongue, what Shakspeare writ. Cold is that hand, which living was stretch'd forth,...
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or, Delineations ..., Volumen18,Parte1

John Britton - 1813
...tablet below is the following inscription : That tongue which set the table on a roar, And chann'd the public ear, is heard no more ; Clos'd are those eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which .(pake, before the tougnr, what Shakespeare writ; Cold is that hand, which living was stretch'd forth,...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volumen13,Tema 1

Thomas Hood, John Harris - 1813
...half-length figure of the witty and celebrated Quin. On a tablet below is the following inscription : That tongue which set the table on a roar, And charm'd the public car, is heard no more ; Clos'd are those eyes, the harbingers of wit. Which spake, before the tongue,...
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Elegant extracts in poetry, Volumen2

Elegant extracts - 1816
...on James Quin J, in Bath Cathedral. GARRICK. THAT tongue, which set the table in a roar, And charm'u the public ear, is heard no more : Clos'd are those eyes, the. harbingers of wit, Which s|x>ke, before the tongue, what Sliakspeare writ. Cold are those hands, which living were stretch'd...
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Memoirs of an Unfortunate Son of Thespis: Being a Sketch of the Life of ...

Edward Cape Everard - 1818 - 274 páginas
...ever ! — Two lines of Quin's epitaph, written by him, was now applicable to himself: — " Closed are those eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which spoke, before the tongue, what Shakespeare writ t" " Farewell, farewell, farewell. Monarchs, sages, peasants, must Follow thse, and come to dust."...
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