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Prologues precede the piece in mournful verse,
As undertakers walk before the hearse.

Prologues precede the piece in mournful verse,
As undertakers walk before the hearse.

by David Garrick Found in: Acting Quotes,
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I've that within for which there are no plasters.

I've that within for which there are no plasters.

by David Garrick Found in: Sickness Quotes,
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Prologues like compliments are loss of time;
'Tis penning bows and making legs in rhyme.

Prologues like compliments are loss of time;
'Tis penning bows and making legs in rhyme.

by David Garrick Found in: Acting Quotes,
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Their cause I plead--plead it in heart and mind;
A fellow-feeling makes one wondrous kind.

Their cause I plead--plead it in heart and mind;
A fellow-feeling makes one wondrous kind.

by David Garrick Found in: Kindness Quotes,
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Hearts of oak are are ships,
Hearts of oak are our men.

Hearts of oak are are ships,
Hearts of oak are our men.

by David Garrick Found in: Navy Quotes,
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Corrupted freemen are the worst of slaves.

Corrupted freemen are the worst of slaves.

by David Garrick Found in: Slavery Quotes,
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Cards were at first for benefits designed,
Sent to amuse, not to enslave the mind.

Cards were at first for benefits designed,
Sent to amuse, not to enslave the mind.

by David Garrick Found in: Cards Quotes,
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Hearts of oak are our ships,
Gallant tars are our men.

Hearts of oak are our ships,
Gallant tars are our men.

by David Garrick Found in: Navy Quotes,
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Cards were at first for benefits designed, sent to amuse, not to enslave the mind.

Cards were at first for benefits designed, sent to amuse, not to enslave the mind.

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Caused by a dearth of scandal should the vapors
Distress our fair ones--let them read the prayers.

Caused by a dearth of scandal should the vapors
Distress our fair ones--let them read the prayers.

by David Garrick Found in: Journalism Quotes,
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