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Singular Frolick of Garrick. One afternoon when Garrick expected Dr.Monsey to call on him, heGarrick expected Dr.Monsey to call on him, he desired the servant to conduct the doctor into his bed-room.--Garrick was announced for King Lear Garrick was announced for King Lear on that night, and when Monsey saw him in bed he expressed his surprise, and asked him if the play was to be changed. Garrick was dressed, but had his nightcap on, and the quilt was drawn over
at the theatre, to dress for King Lear.
Garrick, in a languid and whining tone, told the doct Monsey attended the performance.
Having left Garrick in bed, he was bewildered by the scene before etimes being astonished at the resemblance of Garrick and Marr.
At length, finding that the audience were convinced of Garrick's identity, Monsey began to suspect that a trick had been practiced, a o Garrick's house at the end of the play; but Garrick had been too quick for him, and was found by parent state of illness.
Some friends of Garrick, who had been let into the secret, and were p [1 more...]