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It was written by Grove , a dissenting teacher . " He would not , I perceived , call him a clergyman , though he was candid enough to allow very great merit to his composition . Mr. Murphy said , he remembered when there were several ...
The Tragedy of “ Sir Thomas Overbury , " written by his early companion in London , Richard Savage , was brought out with alterations at Drury - lane theatre.1 Prologue to it was written by Mr. Richard Brinsley Sheridan ; in which ...
I doubt if the book be written by Dr. Hill ; for , in Mrs. Glasse's ' Cookery , ' which I have looked into , salt - petre ... 326 , uses the learned word sutile ; which Mrs. Thrale has mistaken , and made the phrase injurious by writing ...
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