nature of the affections, and habits of the mind, otherwise he will never be able to express them justly in his looks, or attitudes ; he conds, yet the excellence he displayed in all of them gave him a decided superiority over Grist. At the close of anbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay on the science of acting, by a veteran stager [G. Grant].|
|Author||:||George Grant (actor.)|