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" I had not been nice about; nay, rather more so than if it had been for my own benefit or emolument as an author. Your character has been nicely conducted hitherto, even in your... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 408
1793
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 13

Books and bookselling - 1799
...new farce from me, or the hopes of feeing me in London, to play for your benefit, has had fnfficient influence on you, to make you punctual in anfwering...farce, I cannot pay fo ill a compliment to you, the public, or my own fame, as to fend you one that I had not been nice about ; nay, rather more fo than...
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Memoirs of the Life of Charles Macklin, Esq: Principally Compiled from His ...

James Thomas Kirkman - 1799
...feeing me in London; to play for your benefit, has had fufficient influence on you, to make you punftual in anfwering my letter. As to lending you a new Farce, I cannot pay fo ill a compliment to you, the public, or my own fame, as to fend you one that I had not been nice about ; nay, rather more fo than...
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Memoirs of Charles Macklin, Comedian: With the Dramatic Characters, Manners ...

William Cook - Actors - 1804 - 444 pages
...London to play for your Benefit, has had sufficient influence on you to make you punctual in answering my letter. As to lending you a new Farce, I cannot pay so ill a compliment to you, the public, or my own fame, as to send you one that I had not been nice...
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Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge, Part 1

1793
...new Farce from me, or the hopes of feeing me in London to ;.lay for your Benefit, has had iufficient influence on you to make you punctual in anfwering...the publick, or my own fame, as to fend you one that I had not been nice about; nay, rather more fo than if it had been for my own benefit or emolument...
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Charles Macklin

Sir Edward Abbott Parry - Actors - 1891 - 208 pages
...London, to play for your benefit, has had sufficient influence on you to make you punctual in answering my letter. As to lending you a new farce, I cannot pay so ill a compliment to you, the public, or my own fame, as to send you one that I had not been nice...
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