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Dramatic Censor (Newspaper) - June 7, 1800, London, Middlesex THE DRAMATIC CENSOR; or, Weekly Theatrical Report. \ - 1 NUMBER XXIII. \ SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1800. ---- Pereat positum rubigine telum; Nec quisquam noceat cupido mihipacis. At ilte, Qui me commorit, melius non tangerey clamo. Behold me, then, by Nature fond of peace! But he, who hurts me,-Nay! I will be heard, Had better take a lion by the beard! Harris. The First Volume of the Dramatic Censor being now com- -pleted, 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. - DRURY-LANE, Friday, May 30/1800. THE COUNTRY GIRL-D. Garrick SYLVESTER DAGGER WOOD-Colman. THE SHIPWRECK-S. Arnold, FOR the Benefit of Mr. Palmer and Mr. Caulfied, Mrs. Jordan performed the part of Peggy, with her accustomed naivetfe; and in the course of the play introduced The Blue Bell of Scotland. Tjie popularity of this ballad,, which, by the bye, takes/ its title from the most trifling circum-Vol. II. G g stance
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