Kemble himself has written an article on the Emperor Nicholas which must crush him.
In contrast to Kemble's declamation, Kean's acting was vehement and passionate.
Army officers were frequently stationed at Cold Spring to inspect the guns cast at the Kemble foundry.
Kemble steadily refused to sit, and great was the distress of the painter.
Now, Mrs. Kemble is generally to be found knitting by her fireside.
This was said, Mrs. Kemble informs me, by her sister Mrs. Sartoris.
Mrs. Kemble came to them two or three times a week, and they had long talks, “we three together,” records Mrs. Browning.
Kemble rose when every bright luminary of the stage had set.
Mr. Kemble was a well-known patron of art and his house became the rendezvous for persons of artistic tastes.
Kemble addressed the world of scholars; Wackerbarth the world of readers.