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" Starr'd, striped, and spotted, yellow, red, and blue, Old calico, torn silk, and muslin new. George Green below, with palpitating hand, Loops the last 'kerchief to the beaver's band — Upsoars the prize ! The youth with joy unfeign'd... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Seite 449
1812
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Rejected Addresses: Or The New Theatrum Poetarum..

James Smith, Horace Smith - 1812 - 127 Seiten
...; Upsoars the prize ; the youth, with joy unfeign'd, Regain'd the felt, and felt what he regain'd, While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat Made a low bow, and touch'd the ransom'd hat. 7*o the Managing Committee of the new Dntry Lane Theatre. Gentlemen, Happening to be wool-gathering...
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Rejected Addresses, Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum

James Smith - 1812 - 127 Seiten
...j Upsoars the prize ; the youth, with joy unfeign'd, Regain'd the felt, and felt what he regain'd, While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat Made a low bow, and teuch'd the ransom's! hat, To the Managing Committee of the new Drury Lane Theatre. Gentlemen, Happening...
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Horace in London: CONSISTING OF IMITATIONS OF THE FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ...

James Smith, Horace Smith - 1813 - 173 Seiten
...band, Upsoars the prize ; the youth, with joy unfeigu'd, Kegain'd the felt, and felt what he regain'd, While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat Made a low bow, and touch'd the ransoni'd hat. To the Managing Committee of the new Drury Lane Theatre. Gentlemen, Happening to be...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Band 1

1813
...band; Up soars the prize; the youth, with joy unfeigned, Regained the felt, and felt what he regained, While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat, Made a low bow, and touched the ransomed hat." The concluding example of wanton humour (if it can so be called) is attributed...
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The Analectic Magazine, Band 1

1813
...band; Up soars the prize; the youth, with joy unfeigned, Regained the felt, and felt what he regained, While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat, Made a low bow, and touched the ransomed hat." The concluding example of wanton humour (if it can so be called) is attributed...
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Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum

James Smith - 1833 - 170 Seiten
...to Tomfoolery, huzza ! huzza! [Exeunt dancing. ^^^-J^V,'^ 1 ,^* -US-'--- o---^te • .-. . V I-' " * Punch's Apotheosis,' by G. Colman, junior, is too...whose name it stands, than any other of the poetical imitations."—Edinburgh Review. We have no conjectures to offer as to the anonymous author of this...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Band 11

1838
...band, Upsoars the prize; the youth, with joy unfeigned, Regain'd the felt, and felt what he regained, While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat Made a low bow, and touch'd the ransom'd hat.' It would be doing injustice to Mr. CRAEBB, to omit the ' preface of apologies' which accompanied his...
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Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum

James Smith, Horace Smith - 1841 - 159 Seiten
...let us bound, for this is Punch's holyday, Glory to Tomfoolery, huzza ! huzza ! [Exeunt, dancing. " ' Punch's Apotheosis,' by G. Colman, junior, is too...stands, than any other of the poetical imitations." — Edinburgh Review. " We have no conjectures to offer as to the anonymous author of this amusing...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Band 4

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1844
...: Upsoars the prize ; the youth, with joy unfeign'd, Regain'd the felt, and felt what he regain'd ; While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat Made a low bow, and touch'd the ransom'd hat." The Ghost of Samuel Johnson is not very good as a whole: though some passages are singularly happy....
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey, Band 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...: Upsoars the prize ; the youth, with joy unfeign'd, Regain'd the felt, and felt what he regain'd ; While to the applauding galleries grateful Pat Made a low bow, and touch'd the ransom'd hat." The Ghost of Samuel Johnson is not very good as a whole: though some passages arc singularly happy....
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