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And then he danced;—all foreigners excelThe serious Angles in the eloquenceOf pantomime;—he danced, I say, right well,With emphasis, and also with good sense—A thing in footing indispensable:He danced without theatrical pretence,Not like a ballet-master in the vanOf his drill'd nymphs, but like a gentleman. - Dance


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