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Dramatic Censor (Newspaper) - September 1, 1800, London, Middlesex THE DRAMATIC CENSOR i or, MONTHLY EPITOME of Taste, Fashion, and Manners. NUMBER XXIX. For SEPTEMBER 1800. " To hold, as 'twere, the mirror up to Nature" Shakspeare. The first and Second Volumes of the Dramatic CejJsor being now completed, the Work may be had, either in separate Numbers, or in Boards, price Seven Shillings each Volume, by applying to the Publishers, J, Roach, Russel Court, Drury-Lane; and C. Chapple, 66, Pall Mall. THEATRE-ROYAL, HAYMARKET. AUGUST, Friday 15.-What a Blunder\--Holman. The Guardian-Garrick. AYOUNG Lady made her debut this evening, in the After-piece, in the character of Harriet. She is, we understand,-not strictly a novice to the Stage, having frequently performed with considerable applause at a private Theatre :-yet such was the excess of her timidity, that her utterance was scarcely audible. Of course, it was impossible to form a competent judgment of her abilities from her pre-Vol. Ill, , R ' sent
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