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London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1851, London, Middlesex
The London daily a k literary t h u r s d a o c t o b e r the pee persons who Hopfe to take in this Are defined to order any of the hawkers to serve them with the to the s i ubi non ego Paitis offender in spite of trivial faults y is Ive me leave to congratulate on the Success of your theatrical Friend his is and i am glad the Publ in regard to has already confirmed my private on his second night Home what indeed in his favour by your paper of a few Days before i went into the with a full determination to Mark every particular and every minutest gesture in his performance j and i Hope the Freedom which appears in the following re which owe their origin to that will rather claim your approbation than your Cen has indisputably Many uncommon and his person is his voice his countenance and his judgment in general if we Are to determine from his playing this is very there you must give me leave to a certain Eaf Mefs of a gracefulness of wanting something of dignity and in a of this eminent Tentis to Fet off Fine the Ari mated sentiments without when it tis a Monarch who pronounces will sometimes Raife diff aft rather than administer plea this failure in performance is easily pardonable in a under his before an he and playing after a i fief whom every thing must appear de but will and a better manner of treading the stage naturally acquired from wherever there is a willingness to be the hardest tasks May be executed and 1doubt a to fee in a month or every Inch a King in Fuch having thus freely Given you my sentiments concerning what to be the defects of this riling i shall Point out a few Paf Lages in the character under which alone we have hitherto Feen him i in i think appeared extremely his behaviour during the first speech did not affect me much i champs Jerry irony on i Mfd was pro Notri iced with tolerable flu Mour but it was evident tie pet former was frighted out of his Powers King he looked and spoke throughout perfectly in and concluded the with sufficient the nest scene in which me was that with with a voice agreeably he entered feb roughly into the amorous and was a thriving the immediately fun was Alfo judiciously through every succeeding a he pleased me in in the Lauy i was infer filly and was cd into this satisfaction by an agreeable from the deficiencies it his which i have already taken the Liberty to hint i was much afraid he would have failed in the inimitable tent scene but How was i at once fur priced and charmed to fee after offing on his Couch in a disturbed while the ghosts of those he had murdered Rofe up to his minds awake from the frightful throwing himself with a Happy rapidity from present himself in a Graceful posture on one and exhibit an almost inimitable picture of and the agonizing pangs of a wounded his abrupt departure from the High reaching buc Kingham was Alfo performed and with the True spirit and the words of with his head were on receiving the news of his being pronounced with a becoming his eager Pursuit after Young and braving him to Fingle deserve to be taken As much notice of nor am i to forget the spirit with which he pronounced the Lively exclamation of my kingdom for a to conclude in the encounter with Rich he hone very advantageously and in his dying any person not being in and unacquainted with the name of might have concluded that Garrick himself was at that time upon the i am the info Efjord very Bull i am Happy to Fin the sentiments of the judicious part of the world coincide of Well with mine on this the Public will naturally expect the Opi Nion of the inspector on the performance of a in whole cause he appeared of much interested before hand they would have had it if there had been any thing new to Belaid on the i think of him exactly As i did before i esteem him a Man by nature for excelling in the Proeff fion in which he has and an Habi Tual acquaintance with the can alone give him that eafe and Freedom of that Union it Raineyl manner and firm which Are what at present Hembdt wants j nor will there be the Only advantages he will deduce from it is a very Happy that his performance on the Feco Jid Tho he was at once fatigued and terrified almost to was greatly Superior to that c f the on the first night i went to encourage him on the second to hear i was Fen Fible How much he must be disconcerted by his terrors on the and expected much left from him than i met with and even on the Fec Jond it was easy to that his on the conf iteration of what vat con be Uerice the Success of that night must be to would take up too much of his mind to Jeave him All a and would play an unfair part in robbing him of the Means of that Success it Madeir much thebe fiefs of his his natural modesty had attributed much of the applause of night to the kindness of his he were not now to be about diffidence that he could not by his Ole Merit As a the character their indulgence had Given was no favourable additional to any Man who has a heart capable of feeling for must plead in excuse for a multitude of but not withstand Irig he was very Happy in the per the things liable to exception on the former nighty were most of them happily amended and e had an Opportunity of feeling i will not fax what the performer can but what tis probable he will after a Little More familiarity with the his conduit of the love scene gives me great expectation of his succeeding in those parts which Are of All others the most difficult in the As to the More Paf Lages in this the reason of his not coming up to the expectation of Home who had looked for miracles from him on the first was not a deficiency but a redundancy of the re Tjui Fites he did not feel too but too much j his sense of the Paff ions was too great for his Powers and an overeager Nefs to was the cause of his not succeeding to erred try in there May be accounted faults by cold but they Are glorious one they give me More Hope than i Ever conceived from the Virtues of almost any other new player i have Feen and under the restraint of la much innate to and the influence of of capable an tis not Poff Ible they hould fail of ripening into left Cray arrived a mail from the who has been at Crecy for Fotune returns this Day to Versailles during his stay at former be Vinceen poor Mai Dens were portions being Given them by the marchioness de the King intends to distribute a Sura at and Fontainebleau for the Fame Good the Duc Beis de court lady to the made her cite Day in the carmelite nunnery in her majesty intending this lady the honour of her and of delivering her the came accompanied by mesdames de France a the Barrier lie was received by a detach ment of each of the regiments of French and Swiss and the corporation of Tho with the Duke Deg Evres at their who paid her a at tier Entrance within the lie was fluted by the Guildhall and invalids and several private Dif it was about three when her majesty reached the where me staid till five j and in her re turn went to View the invalids from after i most ref Efful he Fet out for and was fluted As at her the Farmers of the revenues intend to have ate deum Fung for the Royal infant and what is much will open their purses towards marrying poor on the 5th of this month the Abbot de his majesty a chaplain in at the Palace of Ger main consecrated the Chapel the count Dayon and Mademoiselle Dillon holding the Bell As for their Moil of the Woods from the Var to the neighbourhood of have been in part or totally by fre quent fires in the could of Laft month the world of this misfortune the fuel is very scarce in other wife the whole Lofs does not exceed a Millon the is thrown upon the shepherds custom of burning their by Way of Dame de Benny on the a Atli of Laft her aged Stock there Are accounts of great Loffnes among the shipping on the coast of London printed for at Brownes near and fold at the Duncia in Pauls
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