... cold and unanimated in the most of their other pursuits, kindle into life, and exert themselves with ardour as often as this favourite amusement recurred. ... The performers enter with such enthusiastic ardonr into their several parts; their gestures, their countenance, their voice, are so wild and so well adapted to their ... But, among the Americans, more cold and indifferent a#39; Adansoo Voyage to Senegal, iii.
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