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AFTER witnessing the first representation of a dog-piece by Reynolds,
called the Caravan, Sheridan suddenly came into the green-room, on
purpose, it was imagined, to wish the author joy. Where is he? was the
first question: where is my guardian angel?--Here I am, answered
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