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The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D and the journal of his tour to the Hebrides (Volume 1)

The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D and the journal of his tour to the Hebrides (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D and the journal of his tour to the Hebrides (Volume 1)

The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D and the journal of his tour to the Hebrides (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

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[Thomas Sheridan, son of the friend of Swift, and father of Richard ]>rinsley Sheridan, was


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Mrs. Sheridan was authour of "


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Age 51-52.] THOMAS SHERIDAN-RICHARD ROLT. 271


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Mr. Thomas Sheridan and I.Ir. Murphy, who then lived a good deal both with him and


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Mr. Murphy and the late Mr. Sheridan severally contended for the distinction of having been the first who mentioned to


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the summer of 1761 Mr. Thomas Sheridan was at Edinburgh, and delivered lectures upon the English Language and Publick Speaking


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of seeing the sage, as Mr. Sheridan obligingly assured me I should not be disappointed.


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Mr. Macklin, indeed, shared with Mr. Sheridan the honour of instructing Mr.


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conversation to stagnate , and Mrs. Sheridan was a most agreeable companion to an intellectual man. She was sensible, ingenious,


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I could perceive that Mr. Sheridan was by no means satisfied with Johnson's acknowledging him to be a good


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Age 54.] JOHNSON AND THOMAS SHERIDAN. 295


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Mr. Sheridan was then reading lectures upon Oratory at Bath, where Derrick was Master of


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Besides, Sir, what influence can Mr. Sheridan have upon the language of this great country, by his narrow exertions }


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saying of his concerning Mr. Thomas Sheridan, which Foote took a wicked pleasure to circulate.


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Bunbury, Mr. Windham of Norfolk, Mr. Sheridan, Mr. Gibbon, Sn- William Jones, Mr. Coleman, Mr. Steevens, Dr. Burney, Dr. Joseph