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  • Nazilkree
    Sir Roger de Coverley, fictional character, devised by Joseph Addison, who portrayed him as the ostensible author of papers and letters that were published in Addison and Richard Steele’s influential periodical The Spectator. As imagined by Addison, Sir Roger was a baronet of Worcestershire and was meant to represent a typical landed country gentleman.
  • Akibar
    The Haymakers, or Sir Roger De Coverley (Skinner, ): The former is the name used in Scotland, the latter in England. The recognized place of this dance is at the end of a programme to finish up a ball with; but it is little danced nowadays, being long and tedious. The Haymakers' Jig is in time, and runs in this way— [Listen to it here.] 1.
  • Togore
    The Sir Roger de Coverly (or Finishing dance) is a true English Folk dance and was one of the prettiest of them all, It was probably named in after 'Grandfather De Coverly' and was published in Playford's 'The Dancing Master' in
  • Kezragore
    'Sir Roger de Coverley', a breakneck dance with people cannoning diagonally across the set, interleaving one handed, two handed turns and back to backs.
  • JoJonris
    But Sir Roger de Coverley is no personage of romance. He is a hearty, red-blooded, Tory gentleman who lives in Worcestershire. And he has no adventures more striking than might naturally befall a country squire who comes up to London for the season once a year.
  • Keran
    Sir Roger de Coverley was created by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele as a member of the Spectator Club, about which they wrote in their paper, The .
  • Kidal
    MY friend Sir Roger de Coverley, when we last met together at the club, told me, that he had a great mind to see the new tragedy with me, assuring me at the same time, that he had not been at a play these twenty years. The last I saw, said Sir Roger, was the Committee which I should not have gone to neither, had not I been told beforehand that it was a good Church-of-England comedy.
  • Dajora
    Sir Roger de Coverley Click on the tune title to see or modify Sir Roger de Coverley's annotations. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided. Browse Properties Browse/:Sir Roger de Coverley Theme code Index L Also known as Roger of Coverly, Sir Roger, Maltman (The), Old Roger a Coverdill, Haymakers (3) (The), Ould Roger de Coverley.
  • Shajora
    This little gem of a book presents a set of essays that were printed in the "Spectator" back in the early s. They bring the reader into the society of a fine old country gentleman, Sir Roger de Coverley, and many of his acquaintances. It paints a picture of one part of English life in those days and I enjoyed visiting it very much. ()/5(6).

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