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" But it was pleasant to see Beeston come in with others, supposing it to be dark, and yet he is forced to read his part by the light of the candles : and this I observing to a gentleman that sat by me, he was mightily pleased therewith, and spread it up... "
Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to the Admiralty ... - Página 94
por Samuel Pepys - 1855
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The Diary of Samuel Pepys ...: For the First Time Fully Transcribed from the ...

Samuel Pepys - 1896
...supposing it to be dark, and yet he is forced to read his part by the light of the candles: and this 1 observing to a gentleman that sat by me, he was mightily...pleased me most in the play is, the first song that Knepp sings, she singing three or four; and, indeed, it was very finely sung, so as to make the whole...
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Diary of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to the Admirality in the Reigns of ...

Samuel Pepys - 1906
...others, supposing it to be dark, and yet he is forced to read his part by the light of the candles : and this I observing to a gentleman that sat by me,...was very finely sung, so as to make the whole house clap her. Thence carried Sheres to White Hall, and there I stepped in, and looked out Mr. May, who...
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The Town: Its Memorable Characters and Events

Leigh Hunt - 1907 - 527 páginas
...read his part by the light of the candles ; and this I observing to a gentleman, that sat by me;he was mightily pleased therewith and spread it up and...most in the play, is the first song that Knipp sings (sne sings three or four) ; and indeed it was very ' finely sung, so as to make the whole house clap...
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Pepys on the Restoration Stage

Samuel Pepys - 1916 - 353 páginas
..."The Mayden Queene." Knepp9 looked upon us. February 2, 1668-69. "The Heyresse" ... is acted. . . . But that, that pleased me most in the play is, the first song that Knepp sings, she singing three or four; and, indeed, it was very finely sung, so as to make the whole...
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Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving, Volumen1

George Clinton Densmore Odell - 1920
...others, supposing it to be dark, and yet he is forced to read his part by the light of the candles; and this I observing to a gentleman that sat by me,...mightily pleased therewith, and spread it up and down." It would be like Pepys, with his keen eye for detail, to note the incongruity of an actor's reading...
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The Concise Pepys

Samuel Pepys - 1997 - 804 páginas
...and yet he is forced to read his part by the light of the candles: and this I observing to a gendeman that sat by me, he was mightily pleased therewith,...was very finely sung, so as to make the whole house clap her. 5th. Betimes to Sir W. Coventry's, meaning by my visit to keep fresh my interest in him....
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The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Vol. 9: 1668-1669

Samuel Pepys - 2000 - 601 páginas
...others, supposing it to be dark and yet he is forced to read his part by the light of the candles. And this I observing to a gentleman that sat by me,...down; but that that pleased me most in the play is the first6 song that Knepp sings (she singing three or four); and endeed, it was very finely sung, c so...
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