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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... "\Vyridhaui, Miss Mary Moore, and entire Company from the Criterion Theatre, In the plav cf J." DAVID .GARRICK." .}Ionday next, November %21st, Sir AugustusHarris's Company, in the papular Drury L*ne Drama..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Drey- fus " at the start of the present: century. The "Goodman's Fields," inLeman Street, Whitechapel, must have had some Jewishpatrons, who doubtless saw DavidGarrick's delrot-in 1741.And..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... moments as a footman pretends to light pretend footlights with a pretend taper. Any tendency in this play, written in 1766 by George Colman and DavidGarrick, to tell the truth about a society where money..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... with ^aggres- sion and trying to mollify it with sudden, suspect benevolence. A powerful, intelligent Hotspur comes from Stuart Wilson. By the mid-eighteenth century when George Colman and DavidGarrick wrote..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... THE CAR PARK THE EXTRAS THE PRICE THE MANAGER is the Hendon Hall, once owned by famous 18th. century actor DavidGarrick and now an attractive hotel with all modern facilities. is five minutes from the end..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...-known actors, and his renderingof Frank Desprez's poem " Lasca." On the 5th of the month, under the imme- diate patronage of tne Mayor and Corporation, Mr. Lindo produced his newversion of " DavidGarrick..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...] HENHALL-- HOTEL YOU DESERVE THE BEST Formerly DavidGarrick's country home, standing it it's own grounds, Hendon Hall Ho>tel reflects the style and ambiance of the Georgian era. Our elegant restaurant can..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...-ture received a tremendous impetus. In the Turk's Head wasfounded Samuel Johnson's favourite literary club, wherethe Doctor sipped coffee with his friends, Oliver Goldsmith,DavidGarrick, Boswell and Sir Joshua..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... last act was a capital piece of acting. Madame Yavorska had the good fortune to have a first-night audienc&jsrho were sympathetic and enthu- siastic throughout the evening. A sketch entitled "David..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... tribute, written byMr. Parker. . ' Special interest was aroused by the presentation, in between the episodes, of living portraits of great artists. First there was DavidGarrick (Frederick Ross) between..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:".... O of _ DAVIDGARRICK (Q). • '^ Robertson's "DavidGarrick" is perhaps the peak of romanticcomedy. It is certainly theatre at its best end the forerunner of the talkies at their worst. One was pleaseer..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... together by the special kind ofsuper-glue that Miss Channing concocts, one part Marilyn Monroe,one part Harpo Mane. The Old Vic's double-bill markingthe bicenternary of the death of DavidGarrick, actor..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... vehicle for star pcifwiwu, both Hekna Hu^cs and Not McCaJhunarc deeply irioVMig. CX. THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE "The CUftdestioe Marrkfe/* anamusint etghc^mh^cctrtury play oy DavidGarrick and Georte Cosmaiit..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"....30. Gerr. 7482. JOURNEY'S END An unusual play by K. C. Sherriff. - tlAX Ol'T-AND-OrT TRIUMPH/'—Daily Mail. HEGENTiTenn.O-Ui). Sat.. Julv 13th, at 6 15 A(tex\6.?0& 8.40. bd.—3/-.11 -"DAVIDGARRICK."-- Evas..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... DavidGarrick, Richard Savage, Oliver Goldsmith, Mrs Hester Thrale and Miss Fanny Burney.But t*he only character to stand out in (his own right is James Bos-well. He and his hero live again..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of each other there opened Shake- speare's The Merry Wives of Windsor, circa 1600 (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), George Colman's and DavidGarrick's The Clandestine Marriage, 1766 (Albery Theatre..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Formerly DavidGarrick's country home, standing in it's own grounds, Hendon Hall Hotel reflects the style and ambiance of the Georgian era. Or elegant restaurant can offer you the very best in French..."
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