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" It was on this night, as Woodfall used to relate, that Mr. Sheridan, after he had spoken, came up to him in the gallery, and asked, with much anxiety, what he thought of his first attempt. The answer of Woodfall, as he had the courage afterwards to own,... "
The Dublin and London magazine - Page 385
1825
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 45

1827
...promise. His opening speech was in support of his own election — and was more warm than judicious. ' It was on this night, as Woodfall used to relate,...that Mr Sheridan, after he had spoken, came up to him iu the gallery, and asked, with ranch anxiety, what he thought of his first attempt. The answer of...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Volume 1

Thomas Moore - 1825 - 543 pages
...the nature of the trust allotted to them, would always treat them and speak of them with respect." It was on this night, as Woodfall used to relate,...what he thought of his first attempt. The answer of Weedfall, as 'he had the courage afterwards to own, was, " I am sorry to say I do not think that this...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Volume 1

Thomas Moore - 1826
...the nature of the trust allotted to them, .would always treat them and speak of them with respect." It was on this night, as Woodfall used to relate,...the courage afterwards to own, was, " I am sorry to sav I do not think that this is your line — you had much better have stuck to your former pursuits."...
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Captain Rock in London; Or, The Chieftain's Gazette for the Year 1825

1825 - 346 pages
...would always treat them and speak of them with respect." • It was on this night, ai Woodfall MM-.I to relate, that Mr. Sheridan, after he had spoken,...what he thought of his first attempt. The answer of WooiHall, as he had the courage afterwards to own, was, " I am sorry to say I do not think that this...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Thomas Moore - 1835 - 487 pages
...trust allotted to them, would •* * * .always treat them and speak of them with respect." • «" It was on this night, as Woodfall used to relate,...Woodfall , as he had the courage afterwards to own, was, "lam sorry to say I do not think that this is your line — you had much better have stuck to your...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 9

1837
...itself upon an apprehensive mind, and aggravated a thick and difficult articulation. « It was on lliis night, as Woodfall used to relate, that Mr. Sheridan,...his first attempt. The answer of 'Woodfall, as he hud the courage afterwards to own, was, ' I am sorry to say I do not think that this is your line —...
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The afternoon lectures on English literature [afterw. on literature and art ...

Afternoon lectures - 1869
...history commences in 1782. Sheridan's first speech was a failure. Woodfall used to relate the story that Sheridan, after he had spoken, came up to him in the gallery, and asked him how he had done. Woodfall said, " I am sorry to say I do not think this is in your line ; you had...
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The Afternoon Lectures on Literature & Art

1869
...history commences in 1782. Sheridan's first speech was a failure. Woodfall used to relate the story that Sheridan, after he had spoken, came up to him in the gallery, and asked him how he had done. Woodfall said, " I am sorry to say I do not think this is in your line ; you had...
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R. Brinsley Sheridan. Richard Porson. Rev. Sydney Smith. Theodore Hook ...

John Timbs - 1872
...the nature of the trust allotted to them, would always treat them and speak of them with respect." It was on this night, as Woodfall used to relate,...he had spoken, came up to him in the gallery, and aaked, with much anxiety, what he thought of the first attempt. The answer of Woodfall, as he had the...
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Lectures on literature and art, delivered in the ... Royal college of ...

Dublin city, roy. coll. of sci - 1875
...history commences in 1782. Sheridan's first speech was a failure. Woodfall used to relate the story that Sheridan, after he had spoken, came up to him in the gallery, and asked him how he had done. Woodfall said, " I am sorry to say I do not think this is in your line ; you had...
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