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" But while dead colours he with care did lay, He fears his wit, or plot, he did not weigh, Which are the living beauties of a play. "
The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected ... - Seite 388
von John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1808
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Miscellaneous Works, Written by His Grace, George, Late Duke of ..., Band 2

George Villiers Duke of Buckingham - 1705
...French and Englijh Theaters, has brought, The Exadeft Rules, by which a Play is wrought. The Unity of Action Place, and Time $ The Scenes unbroken ^ and a mingled Chime, Of Johnfons Humour, with C0r»eille's Rhime. Prologue to the hldiden Qu Note 3. p. 4. Bays. I writ that...
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Bell's British Theatre: Edward and Eleonora ... The mistake, by J. Vanbrugh

1797
...From French and English theatres has brought Th* exailest rules by which a play is wrought. The unity of action, place and time ; The scenes unbroken, and...chime Of Jonson's humour, with Corneille's rhyme. Frologue to the Maidui Sateen. Note 3. p. iz. " Bayes. I writ that part only for her. You must " know...
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Prologues and Epilogues: Celebrated for Their Poetical Merit ...

Prologues - 1810 - 263 Seiten
...place, and time; The fcenes unbroken; and a mingled chime Of Johnfons humour, with Carneille's rhyme. But while dead colours he with care did lay,. -\ He...weigh, > Which are the living beauties of a play. J Plays, are like towns, which howe'er fortify'd .» By Engineers, have ftill fome weaker fide > By...
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The modern British drama, Band 3

British drama - 1811
...French and English theatres has brought Th' cxactcst rules by which a play is wrought, — The unity of action, place, and time, The scenes unbroken, and a mingled chime Of Johnson's humour with Corneille's rhyme Prologue to the Maiden Queen. Page £17, line 29, second col....
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...French and English theatres has brought TV exact est rules by which a play is wrought, — The unity of action, place, and time, The scenes unbroken, and a mingled chime Of Johnson's humour with Corneille's rhyme. Prologue to the Maiden Queen. Page 217, line 29, second col....
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...French and English theatres has brought Th' cxactest rules by which a play is wrought, — The unity of action, place, and time, The scenes unbroken, and a mingled chime Of Johnson's humour with Corneille's rhyme. Prologue to the Maiden Queen. Page 217, line 29, second col....
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Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1854
...thought, From French and English theatres has brought The exactest rules by which a play is wrought. 2 The unities of action, place, and time ; The scenes...unbroken ; and a mingled chime Of Jonson's humour, with old Corneille's rhyme. 3 But while dead colours he with care did lay, He fears his wit, or plot, he...
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The Rehearsal: First Acted 7 Dec. 1671. Published ?July 1672. With ...

George Villiers Duke of Buckingham - 1868 - 136 Seiten
...writ this, not without pains and thought From French and Englifh Theaters has brought Th' exadtefl Rules by which a Play is wrought. ii. The Unities...Time ; The Scenes unbroken ; and a mingled chime Of Johnfons humour, with Corneilles rhyme J. DRYDEN, Prologue toSicretLove,ortheMaidenO_ueen. Ed. 1669....
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1897 - 662 Seiten
...dinner, with my wife to the King's House to see ' The Maiden Queen,' a new play by Dryden, mightily The unities of action, place, and time; The scenes...chime Of Jonson's humour with Corneille's * rhyme. 3 But while dead colours he with care did lay, He fears his wit or plot he did not weigh, Which are...
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Burlesque Plays and Poems ...

Henry Morley - 1885 - 320 Seiten
...From French and English theatres has brought Th' exactest rules, by which a play is wrought. The unity of action, place, and time ; The scenes unbroken ; and a mingled chime, Of Johnson's humour, with Corneille's rhyme. Prologue to the Maiden Queen '. their making you restore,...
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