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equable intonation, not quite free from manner; but in the more impassioned parts she became proportionably natural, bold, and varied. In comedy, Miss O'Neill did not, in our judgment, excel ; her forte was the serious. Had we never seen her play anything but Lady Teazle, we should not have felt the regret at parting with her which we now do, in common with every lover of genius and of the genuine drama.

INDEX.

Every Man in his Humour, 100.
“ Explanations Conversation

the Drama with Coleridge,” 194.

-

on

66

Fair Penitent, The, 93.
Falstaff, 114.
Farren, Elizabeth, 162.
• Farren — Inexpediency of

" ACTORS AND ACTING," 144-154.
“Actors, Some of our Old," 154.
Alsop, Mrs., 68.

BANNISTER, JOHN, 161.
Bartley, George, 85.
Betty, W. H. W., the Young

Roscius, x.
Booth, Junius Brutus, 129, 177 ; as

Richard III., 129; as Iago, 131.
Bunn, Mrs. Margaret Agnes, 166.

Theatres,” 188.
Farren, William, 190.
Fawcett, John, 158.
Foote, Miss, 82, 187.

many

GRIMALDI, JOSEPH, 65.

CALISTA, 94.
Coates, Robert (amateur), 35.
Coburg Theatre, 175.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, mock

conversation with, on the Drama,

196.
Conway, W. A., 35.
Cooke, George Frederick, 32.
Coriolanus, 124, 202.
Costume, Stage, 110.

DENNETT, MISSES (dancers), 178.
Dodd, James, 160.
Dowton, William, 85, 107, 108, 168.

HAMLET, 10.
Harley, John Pritt, 85, 102, 168.
Harlowe, Mrs., 86, 168.
Hazlitt, William, his career as a

dramatic critic, v-xxvii ; his con-
nection with the Morning Chro-
nicle, xi, xii, xviii, xix ; and
Kean, xvi – xviii, XXXV - xxxix ;
critic of the Champion, xix ;
critic of the Examiner, xix ;
his connection with the Times,
xx; critic of the London Maga-
zine, xxi ; his habits as a play-
goer, xxii, et seq. ; his preface to

ELLISTON, ROBERT WILLIAM, 167;

“his Gasconades,” 191.
Emery, John, 64, 89, 167.

his “ View of the English Stage,”

xxxiii.
Hazlitt, W. Carew, xxii, xxviii.
Hunt, Leigh, xi, xx, xxv.

IAGO, 17, 39, 45, 131.

Inexpediency of many Theatres,"

188.
Iron Chest, The, 117.

JOHNSTONE, JOHN, 162.
Jordan, Mrs., 69, 162.
Juliet, 21.

as

KEAN, EDMUND, xvi, xviii, xxxv-
xxxix ;

as Shylock, I;
Richard III., 4, 22; as Hamlet,
10; as Othello, 16, 76, 132; as
Iago, 17, 39, 45; as Macbeth, 27;
as Romeo, 33; as Richard II., 54 ;
as Zanga, 59; as Abel Drugger,
-59; as Duke Aranza, 76; as
Sir Giles Overreach, 78, 91 ; as
Kitely, 101 ; as Sir Edward
Mortimer, 119; as Coriolanus,
202 ; as Harlequin, 204 ;
Jaffier, 204 ; as Lear, 207 ; his
Imitations, 04; characteristics

of his acting, 163, 222, 223.
Kelly, Frances Maria, 163.
Kemble, Charles, 67, 123, 187.
Kemble, John Philip, 32, 118; as

Sir Giles Overreach, 97 ;
Macbeth, 106; as Cato, 116; as
King John, 120 ; as Coriolanus,
128, 134; his retirement from
the stage, 134 ; his characteristics

as

as

King, Thomas, 160.
Knight, Edward, 168.
Knowles, J. Sheridan, his Virginius,

184.

LADY MACBETH, 105, 133.
Lamb, Charles, vi, viii.
Lamb, Mary, vi.
Lear, 207.
Lewis, W. T., 157.
Liston, John, 81, 89, 167.
Love for Love, 84.

MACBETH, 27, 106.
Macready, William Charles, criticism

on his first appearance in London,
108; as Orestes, 108; as Mente-
vole, il; as Othello, III; as
Virginius, 187; as Zanga, 200 ;
as Wallace, 200; characteristics

of his acting, 166.
Mardyn, Mrs., 85.
“ Mathews at Home,” 179.
Matthews, Miss, 65.
Mayor of Garratt, The, 107.
Measure for Measure, 86.
Midsummer Night's Dream, A, 81.
“Minor Theatres,” 168.
Mr. H-Lamb's farce, viii.
Munden, Joseph, 84, 158, 167.

as an actor, 137–143.
Kemble, Stephen, 114.
King John, 122.

O'Neill, Miss, as Juliet, 18, 38;

as Elwina, 70; as Belvidera, 73;
as Monimia, 73; as

Isabella
(Measure for Measure), 90; as
Calista, 95; as Lady Teazle, 96 ;
as Constance, 123; as Volumnia,
128; her retirement from the
stage, 218; characteristics of her
acting, 165, 221.

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