The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles, Vol. 3 (Classic Reprint) #2020

The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles, Vol. 3 (Classic Reprint) By James Sheridan Knowles The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles Vol Classic Reprint Excerpt from The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles Vol Cour Is that Thy master s name Hans Why tis all one His name Is Muhldenau and he s the minister Of Mariendorpt Cour Is that the only
  • Title: The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles, Vol. 3 (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: James Sheridan Knowles
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  • The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles, Vol. 3 (Classic Reprint) By James Sheridan Knowles Excerpt from The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles, Vol 3 Cour Is that Thy master s name Hans Why, tis all one His name Is Muhldenau, and he s the minister Of Mariendorpt Cour Is that the only door TO the house Hans GO round, you ll find another door, The proper one O Esther Cour This way Hans Yes Cour I d like to have the quick ning of thy wits EstExcerpt from The Dramatic Works of James Sheridan Knowles, Vol 3 Cour Is that Thy master s name Hans Why, tis all one His name Is Muhldenau, and he s the minister Of Mariendorpt Cour Is that the only door TO the house Hans GO round, you ll find another door, The proper one O Esther Cour This way Hans Yes Cour I d like to have the quick ning of thy wits Esther without What does that coxcomb speaking there so high Hans There s Esther coming You had best be off Cour Hang you and her together goes out Hans That is kind I would not mind to hang along with her I m sick for love I m sure I am I have lost My appetite My stomach was my clock That used to give me note Of eating tim It never warns me now A smoking dish Was sure to set my heart a beating once N ow be it esh, or fish, or fowl, or aught, It moves me nothing I would rather feast A thousand times I would ou Esther s face I m mortal sick for love I used to sleep Scarce touch d my head my pillow, I was off, And, let me lie, I took my measure on t Six hours, at least, upon a stretch but now I toss and turn, lie straight, or doubled up, Enfold mine arms, or throw them wide abroad, Rhyme o er my prayers, or count a hundred out, And then begin again yet not a Wink The richer for t, but rise as I lie down And tis true love that ails me very love Of womankind but one can work my cure tis not as one may fancy veal, and yet Put up with mutton If I get not her, I starve and die How I do love thee, Esther But thou regard st it not, nor pay et it heed About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooks This book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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      1784 1862James Sheridan Knowles 12 May 1784 30 November 1862 , Irish dramatist and actor, was born in Cork.His father was the lexicographer James Knowles 1759 1840 , cousin of Richard Brinsley Sheridan The family removed to London in 1793, and at the age of fourteen Knowles published a ballad entitled The Welsh Harper, which, set to music, was very popular The boy s talents secured him the friendship of William Hazlitt, who introduced him to Charles Lamb and Samuel Taylor Coleridge He served for some time in the Wiltshire and afterwards in the Tower Hamlets militia, leaving the service to become pupil of Dr Robert Willan 1757 1812 He obtained the degree of M.D and was appointed vaccinator to the Jennerian Society.Although Dr Willan generously offered him a share in his practice, he decided to forsake medicine for the stage, making his first appearance as an actor probably at Bath, and playing Hamlet at the Crow Theatre, Dublin At Wexford he married, in October 1809, Maria Charteris, an actress from the Edinburgh Theatre In 1810 he wrote Leo, in which Edmund Kean acted with great success another play, Brian Boroihme, written for the Belfast Theatre in the next year, also drew crowded houses, but his earnings were so small that he was obliged to become assistant to his father at the Belfast Academical Institution In 1817 he removed from Belfast to Glasgow, where, besides conducting a flourishing school, he continued to write for the stage.His first important success was Caius Gracchus, produced at Belfast in 1815 and his Virginius, written for Edmund Kean, was first performed in 1820 at Covent Garden In William Tell 1825 , Knowles wrote for William Charles Macready one of his favorite parts His best known play, The Hunchback, was produced at Covent Garden in 1832, and Knowles won praise acting in the work as Master Walter The Wife was brought out at the same theatre in 1833 and The Love Chase in 1837.In his later years he forsook the stage for the pulpit, and as a Baptist preacher attracted large audiences at Exeter Hall and elsewhere He published two polemical works the Rock of Rome and the Idol Demolished by Its Own Priests in both of which he combated the special doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church Knowles was for some years in the receipt of an annual pension of 200, bestowed by Sir Robert Peel In old age he befriended the young Edmund Gosse, whom he introduced to Shakespeare Knowles makes a happy appearance in Gosse s Father and Son He died at Torquay on 30 November 1862.A full list of the works of Knowles and of the various notices of him will be found in the Life 1872 , privately printed by his son, Richard Brinsley Knowles 1820 1882 , who was well known as a journalist It was translated into German.

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