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" ... pay than any of his predecessors. He would laugh with them over a bottle, and bite them in their bargains. He kept them poor, that they might not be able to rebel ; and sometimes merry, that they might not think of it. "
Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to 1830. In ... - 第 314 頁
John Genest 著 - 1832
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Our Old Actors

Henry Barton Baker - 1881 - 460 頁
...united patents of Davenant and Killigrew. Gibber describes Rich as being ' as sly a tyrant as ever was at the head of a theatre ; for he gave the actors...and sometimes merry that they might not think of it. All their articles of agreement had a clause in them that he was sure to creep out at.' That the stage,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 第 260 卷

1886
...which he sold to speculators, and ten for the performers. Cibber describes Rich as a sly tyrant, who gave the actors more liberty and fewer days' pay than...and sometimes merry that they might not think of it. All their articles of agreement had a clause that he was sure to creep out at." Yet under this unworthy...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 第 260 卷

1886
...which he sold to speculators, and ten for the performers. Cibber describes Rich is a sly tyrant, who gave the actors more liberty and fewer days' pay than...any of his predecessors : " He would laugh with them wet a bottle, and bite them in their bargains ; he kept them poor that they might not be able to rebel,...
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Echoes of the Playhouse: Reminiscences of Some Past Glories of the English Stage

Edward Robins - 1895 - 331 頁
...Rich, he had no very exalted idea. " Our good master," he dryly says, " was as sly a tyrant as ever was at the head of a theatre ; for he gave the actors...sometimes merry that they might not think of it." If the author of the Apology is to be relied upon, Mr. Rich had at least one quality very suggestive...
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Dictionary of National Biography, 第 48 卷

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1896
...something else that shall be nameless ' (p. 16). Genest, condensing Colley Cibber, declares that ' Rich appears to have been a man of great cunning, and intimately...and sometimes merry, that they might not think of it ' (Acrnunt of the English Staye, ii. 314). Against these opinions may be placed the less trustworthy...
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The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield

Edward Robins - 1898 - 277 頁
...who seems to have keenly guaged the man, has left us an account of how Richf treated his actors. " He would laugh with them over a bottle and bite them...sometimes merry, that they might not think of it." How graphic is this picture, with its vision of sly, crafty Christopher, as he denies the players their...
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Two Lectures: Colley Cibber's "Apology" Delivered to the Members of the O. P ...

Sir Henry Irving - 1904 - 55 頁
...as much of their salary as he conveniently could. He was as sly a tyrant, says Gibber, as ever was at the head of a theatre; for he gave the actors more...over a bottle and bite them in their bargains. He would judge the merit of a leading actor by his ability to keep the other actors quiet when they had...
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Occasional Papers: Dramatic and Historical

Henry Brodribb Irving - 1906 - 251 頁
...as much of their salary as he conveniently could. He was as sly a tyrant, says Cibber, as ever was at the head of a theatre ; for he gave the actors...over a bottle and bite them in their bargains. He would judge the merit of a leading actor by his ability to keep the other actors quiet when they had...
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Occasional Papers: Dramatic and Historical

Henry Brodribb Irving - 1907 - 225 頁
...as much of their salary as he conveniently could. He was as sly a tyrant, says Gibber, as ever was at the head of a theatre ; for he gave the actors...over a bottle and bite them in their bargains. He would judge the merit of a leading actor by his ability to keep the other actors quiet when they had...
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Occasional Papers: Dramatic and Historical

Henry Brodribb Irving - 1907 - 225 頁
...was as sly a tyrant, says Cibber, as ever was at the head of a theatre ; for he gave the actors 103 more liberty and fewer days' pay than any of his predecessors...over a bottle and bite them in their bargains. He would judge the merit of a leading actor by his ability to keep the other actors quiet when they had...
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