Dramatic Censor, April 26, 1800

Dramatic Censor

April 26, 1800

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Issue date: Saturday, April 26, 1800

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Publication name: Dramatic Censor

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 649

Years available: 1800 - 1800

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Dramatic Censor (Newspaper) - April 26, 1800, London, Middlesex THE DRAMATIC CM(D>Ri Weekly Theatrical Report. NUM3ER XVII. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1800. j �----,., , .-.;---------__-' 1 -' ^y^:.- Intererit pmttum Davusne loquatur, an Heroif . ' Maturusne senex, an adhucjl&tente jMventa ' ' > " Fervidusfi^an matrona patens, an sednla nutrix; Mercatortie vagus; culterne virentis agelli ; Colchus, an Assyrius ; Thehisnutritus, an Argis.' \ The First Volume of the Dramatic Censor being now completed, the work may be had, either in separate Numbers, or in Sets, half bound, price Seven Shillings, by applying to the Publishers, J, Roach, Russel-court, Drury-lane; or [C. Chapple, 66, Pall Mall. 1 DRURY-LANE, Friday, April 18, 1800. TRIP TO SCARBOROUGH-SW*�. LODOISKA- J. P. Kembk. / ; AN aukward circumstance occurred^ in conse- -quence of the change which took place in the Entertainments of this evening. , The: bills of the preceding day had announced the representa-tion of Gibber's sprightly Comedy, entitled, She. Would and She Would JVb/; which was, afterwards, on account of the, indisposition of Mr.- C Kem-ble, obliged to be deferred., The late: hour at Vol II L * which ;