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He translated next Schiller's Kabale und Liebe as The Minister, but it was not acted till it appeared, with little success, some years afterwards at Covent Garden as The Harper's Daughter.
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Here, Sabina, send to Covent Garden for huge nosegays, and get out the best bottle of Burgundy.
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In this dilemma, our Addresses, now in every sense rejected, might probably have never seen the light, had not some good angel whispered us to betake ourselves to Mr. John Miller, a dramatic publisher, then residing in Bow Street, Covent Garden.
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The Covent Garden manager tried that, and a pretty business he made of it!
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So saying, in his arms he caught the beaming one, And crossing Russell Street, He placed him on his feet 'Neath Covent Garden dome.
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The whole is under the direction of a delegated committee of O. P.'s whose treasonable exploits at Covent Garden you all recollect, and all of whom would have been hung from the chandeliers at that time, but for the mistaken lenity of Government.
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Finding on enumeration that they have, with a with-two- hands-and-one-tongue-to be-applauded liberality, contracted for more gunpowder than they want, they have parted with the surplus to the mattock-carrying and hustings-hammering high-bailiff of Westminster, who has, with his own shovel, dug a large hole in the front of the parish-church of St. Paul, Covent Garden, that, upon the least symptom of ill-breeding in the mob at the general election, the whole of the market may be blown into the air.
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This, ladies and gentlemen, may at first make provisions RISE, but we pledge the credit of our theatre that they will soon FALL again, and people be supplied, as usual, with vegetables, in the in-general-strewed-with-cabbage- stalks-but-on-Saturday-night-lighted-up-with-lamps market of Covent Garden.
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Master Betty, or the "Young Roscius," was born in 1791, and made his first appearance on a London stage as Achmet in "Barbarossa," at Covent Garden Theatre, on the lst of December, 1804.
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The new Covent Garden Theatre opened on the 18th Sept., 1809, when a cry of "Old Prices" (afterwards diminished to O. P.) burst out from every part of the house.
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The Banqueting Hall of Whitehall, now Whitehall Chapel; St. Paul's, Covent Garden; the old water gate originally intended as the entrance to the first Duke of Buckingham's Palace, close to Charing Cross; Nos. 55 and 56, on the south side of Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn; and one or two monuments and porches, are amongst the examples that remain to us of this great master's work; and of interiors, that of Ashburnham House is left to remind us, with its quiet dignity of style, of this great master.
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The Doctor, who had laid by in the garden of his house in King Street, Covent Garden, some planks sent to him by his brother, a West Indian captain, asked the joiner to use a part of the wood for this purpose; it was found too tough and hard for the tools of the period, but the Doctor was not to be thwarted, and insisted on harder-tempered tools being found, and the task completed; the result was the production of a candle box which was admired by every one.
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ALLEN, E.G., 28, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London.
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STORR, J. S., 26, King Street, Covent Garden.
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We went several times to walk through Covent Garden Market, and to see it to advantage you must go very early in the morning.
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If you want to know all about Covent Garden Market, you must read Mayhew on London Labor-a nice book.
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He placed him on his feet 'Neath Covent Garden dome.
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A narrow passage immediately adjoining Drury Lane Theatre, and so called from the vineyard attached to Covent or Convent Garden.
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The Duenna_ were played for the first time at Covent Garden, January 17, May 2, and November 21, 1775.
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Thames Street gives cheeses, Covent Garden fruits, Moorfields old books, and Monmouth Street old suits.
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Examples of Covent

Example #1
He translated from Kotzebue, under the name of Rolla, the drama superseded by Sheridan's version of the same work as Pizarro.
Example #2
The musical drama of The Castle Spectre was produced in the year after The Monk, and it ran sixty nights.
Example #3
As he spoke, the folding doors opened, and an exquisite little brunette danced in from the inner room, in which, by the bye, had been going on all the while a suspicious rustling, as of garments hastily arranged.
Example #4
She was dressed gracefully in a loose French morning-gown, down which Lancelot's eye glanced towards the little foot, which, however, was now hidden in a tiny velvet slipper.
Example #5
No sooner had this gentleman looked over our manuscript, than he immediately offered to take upon himself all the risk of publication, and to give us half the profits, SHOULD THERE BE ANY; a liberal proposition, with which we gladly closed.
Example #6
We had no objection to raise a laugh at the expense of others; but to do it at our own cost, uncertain as we were to what extent we might be involved, had never entered into our contemplation.