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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespearean festivals and theatres

    offered to persuade Garrick to present one. 6 The corporation seconded his endeavours by conferring on Garrick the freedom of the borough in a box made from the wood of Shakespeare 's mulberry tree. 7 This led Garrick not only

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton : introduction

    the road, is ' Garrick 's Villa,' formerly called ' Hampton House ,' which David Garrick bought in 1754 26 from Mr. Lacy Primatt . The portico was built on to the original house by Garrick , from a design

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Introduction and architectural description

    a frame containing quarries of transparent horn painted with columbines, daffodils, primroses, and holly leaves, said to be indigenous. The Garrick Inn , No. 25, next south, is of about the same date. It has been an inn since early

    Hendon Manors

    55 who conveyed it in 1765 to his friend David Garrick , the actor. 56 Garrick died in 1779 , leaving the manor in trust for his nephew Carrington Garrick , 57 later vicar of Hendon , on whose death

    Eynsham Manor

    . Iv. 273-;8; Letters of David Garrick , ed. D. M. Little and G.M. Kahrl, i, p. 47; P.R.O., PROB 11/995, ff. 79-;80. B.L . Add. MSS. 38607, ff. 143-;5, 150; Letters of David Garrick , ii, p. 922; iii,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn. Adroddodd Ciarrick y pader ir personiaid hyny gynt nes peri iddynt wylo ye kidl, ond yr oedd mwy o Garrick ye y dylanwad nag oedd o'r pader. Nis gallai Y naill end goglais y teimladau, tra yr oedd yu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am 'a3orge Whitfield ei fad of yn fwy medrus n i drin geiriau y Bibl nag oedd hyd yn nod Garrick y Ys chwareuwr i drin Shakespeare. Yr oedd hyn yn !g. fawr nerth iddo, sef ei gydnab!ddiaeth A Gair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corner." Yn y gongl hon y mae Ni gweddillion yr anfarwolion Shakespere, Milton, Dryden, yn Spenser, Ben Johnson, Thomson,. Gray, Garrick. a Cy Sheridan. " Yr eedd hwn y lle priodol iddo; oblegid hel pwvyf erioed fn fwg o fardd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fSI y sydd yn aml- mewn pebbas gveigiDn, ond. own ydyw ac nid qylwedd. Adroddodd Dr. Edwards . hamssyn am Garrick. Gofynoddoffeiriad iddo,. ps dd yr oaddynt hwy fel chwreurwyyryD galla .qfeithie cymmint ar ddynion, nos tyna dagrau A'i ewbl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    David Garrick, a Shuter, a Foote ac eraill o chwateuwyr ei ddydd, ac en o'r points goreu yn y ddarlith ydoedd y dywedisd fod yr hyn oedd ddynol yn I mhregethiad Whitfield yn gyfuwch at gallu chwareu- yddol uwchaf Garrick, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, L - Z

    1016; window tax and restraint of smuggling 950, boycott window tax since tea didn't decline 958 Theatre : see also Garrick acting talent for 145; actors of old school vs. new school 2181; effect on morals of youth 1201, 1571,

    Brentford

    . In 1730, he returned to London; and in 1733, became sole proprietor of the theatre in Goodman's Fields, where Garrick first appeared as one of his company in 1741. At that time the Goodman's-Field house was called the late

    London debates, 1798

    Forum 'Which have proved themselves the greatest Ornaments of the Stage, and the genuine Representatives of human nature - Messr. Garrick, Palmer, Mossop, Barry, Sheridan, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Yates, Mrs. Pope, and the Actors and Actresses of the Old School;

    St George in the East

    His tragedy of Dido was received with great applause, but acted only three nights, in consequence of a quarrel with Garrick, who had at first refused it, and was with difficulty persuaded to bring it on the stage. It is

    Stanmore Magna

    speak of him with that enthusiasm which has been excited of late times by those brilliant ornaments of the stage, Garrick and Mrs. Siddons. Among the characters in which he particularly excelled were Othello, Brutus, and Alexander. Whenever he appeared

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    God Gad , Hebrew, Fortune. Gaius, Greek, Hospitality. Gamaliel, Hebrew, God is recompenser. Gargantura, Italian, Sleepless. Garnett, Brazilian, Fervent love. Garrick , Saxon, Fair speech. Gawine, Scotch, A knight. Gedaliah, Hebrew, God is great. Gelasius, Latin, Merry. Geoffrey, German, Joyful. Subscribers-only content

    The Fashionable tragedian: a criticism [of Henry Irving ] ., 1877

    force of genius. Edmund Kean , and Garrick himself, are signal instances. In Mr Irving , however, there seems to be none of the divine flame which could make " Pritchard genteel, and Garrick six feet high. " Apart from Subscribers-only content

    Theatres and Christians: the revived question viewed in the most brilliant light s., 1883

    widest sense of the term is corrupt and most corrupting. Its very atmosphere is poisonous. We are not speaking of Garrick or Kemble , Mr Irving or ' Shakespeare . We are speaking of the thing as a whole, and Subscribers-only content

    The paths of honour and of shame, 1878

    Johnson , Bosuell, and Goldsmith at the Mitre ; Coleridge and Charles Lamb at the Salutation; Swift, Addison, Dri/den, and Garrick at Button 's. Tavern Anecdotes and Sayings, including the Origin of Signs and Reminiscences connected with Taverns, Coffee-houses, Clubs, Subscribers-only content

    Report, 1849

    Garland, J. B. Esq. and family 20 0 0 Gamier, Francis, Esq 50 0 Gamier, the Lady Harriet 21 0 Garrick , Mrs 1 1 Gascoigne, Colonel Gascoigne , Rev. R Gaskell, C. T. Esq. the children of Gaskell, Charles Subscribers-only content

 

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