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He is equally inaccurate with respect to made no reformation ; I have lived totally Mr. Garrick , of whom he says , “ he trusted useless , more sensual in thought , and more that the least intimation of a desire to come addicted to wine ...
Wilkes : “ Garrick's wit despise a man for avarice , but do not hate s more like Lord Chesterfield's . ” Jonn- him . Garrick might have been much bet . “ The first time I was in company ter attacked for living with more splendour with ...
GARRICK : “ What ! his time they were careless of arrangement , eh ! is Strahan a good judge of an Epigram ? and did not mind whether a sentence ended | Is not he rather an obtuse man , eh ? " John . with an important word or an ...
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