Dramatic Censor, May 17, 1800

Dramatic Censor

May 17, 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) - May 17, 1800, London, Middlesex THE lAMATIC CENSOR; � �  qr, Weekly Theatrical Report. NUMBER XX. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 18G0. Still less F11 lie in ambush, to surprize, And skulk beneath anonymous disguise: In studied mystery involve my name, And void of fear, shake off all sense of shame I Still less assassin-like, I'll stab my foe, Unseen the hand that deals the murderous blow. No!-what I boldly write, Fit boldly own, . And[if Iinjure,'befh? offender Mown. Literary Census, page .62. The First Yolume of the Dramatic Censor beiiig now com-pleted, the ytpvk 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. Cp appi,e, 66, Pall Mall. DRURY-LANE, Friday,May 9, 1800. DE MONTFORT-j. P.Kcmble. OF AGE TO-MORROW. E HAVE been favoured with the loan of the original of this Tragedy, by a kind friend, whose urbanity blends the scholar with the-gentleman, and to whom Dramatic Literature, in particular, is under the greatest obligations. We Vol. II. X have ;