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" There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man what he meant by putting forth such a libel. The man apologized, and said that the artist meant no offence. "
Lord Byron and Some of His Contemporaries:: With Recollections of the Author ... - Page 39
by Leigh Hunt - 1828
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1850
...sustain it. There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...putting forth such a libel. The man apologized. and said the artist meant no offence. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly, yet...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt, Volume 2

Leigh Hunt - Authors, English - 1850
...sustain it. There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...apologized, and said that the artist meant no offence. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly yet delicately cut : he had a fine...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt, Volume 2

Leigh Hunt - Authors, English - 1850
...sustain it. There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...apologized, and said that the artist meant no offence. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly yet delicately cut : he had a fine...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 1

American literature - 1850
...sustain it. There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...man apologized, and said that the artist meant no offense. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly yet delicately cut : he...
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The Eclectic Review

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1850
...sustain r There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...putting forth such a libel. The man apologized, and said the artist meant no offence. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly, yet...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt

Thornton Leigh Hunt - 1860 - 452 pages
...sustain it. There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Proctor went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...apologized, and said that the artist meant no offence. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly yet delicately cut : he had a fine...
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Charles Lamb: A Memoir

Barry Cornwall - Authors, English - 1866 - 252 pages
...sustain it. There was a caricature of him sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...apologized, and said that the artist meant no offence. There never was a true portrait of Lamb. His features were strongly yet delicately cut : he had a fine...
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The Life, Letters, and Writings of Charles Lamb: Correspondence

Charles Lamb - 1876
..." There was a caricature of him (Lamb) sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...what he meant by putting forth such a libel. The man apologised, and said that the artist meant no offence." — Leigh Hunt's Autobiography, ed. 1860, p....
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The life [after sir T.N. Talfourd], letters and writings of ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb - 1876
..." There was a caricature of him (Lamb) sold in the shops, which pretended to be a likeness. Procter went into the shop in a passion, and asked the man...what he meant by putting forth such a libel. The man apologised, and said that the artist meant no offence." — Leigh Hunt's Autobiography, ed. 1860, p....
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A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age: From Personal Acquaintance

Samuel Carter Hall - Artists - 1877 - 495 pages
...Aristotle, with as pure a heart as ever beat in human bosom, and limbs very fragile to sustain it. His features are strongly yet delicately cut ; he has...carries in it greater marks of thought and feeling." But the most finished picture of the man is that which his friend Talfourd •draws : " A light frame,...
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