ness in his character, a sort of repellent quality, that rendered him not very amiable in the drawing-room; but this moroseness, if it may be called by so harsh a name, in a great measure proceeded from his circumstances. Let us represent toanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Essay on the character, immoral and antichristian tendency of the stage|
|Author||:||John STYLES (D.D.)|