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Or, GENTLEMAN's Monthly Intelligencer;

For OCTOBER, 1769.

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The British Theatre ; containing a Sentiments on Natural and Revealed Critique on Mr. Colman's new Co Religion

523 medy called Man and Wife ; and on Experiments on the rowing of Wheat; the Farce called the Jubilee 495

by Mr. Miller of Cambridge 525 The History of Party during the pre Question in Algebra

526 fent Reign, continued

Proceedings of the Benevolent šo. History of the last Sessions of Parlia. ciety

527 ment, continued

501 Fatal Effects of an improper Mode of The historical Introduction to Kenne beginning Life

530 dy's Antiquities and Curiofities of Junius's Remarks on a late Military Wilton-House

505
Rescue from the Civil Power

532 Description of the horned Indian Phea. Impartial Review of New Pub.

535 fant, &c.

Dodd's Sermons

ibid. Eray on the Advantages of an agree.

Kennedy's Curiosities of Wil. able Person

ibid.
ton-House

ibid. History and Description of Asia, con

Coriat's Travels, Vol. III. tinued 511

ibid. State of thc Jesuits in Paraguay, con.

Vaughan's Refutation of a tinued

512 false Aspersion, &c. &c. Experiments of the extraordinary De POETICAL ESSAYS

gree of Heat capable of being sul The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 542 tained by Men and Animals 515 Marriages and Birchs; Deaths

544 Discovery of a new Substance from Ecclefiaftical Preferments

545 which Bees derive their Honey 517 Promotions Civil and Military

546 Sir William Draper's Word at parting Foreign Affairs

547 to Junius

520
Monthly Bill of Mortality

ibid. Junius's Reply

521 Stocks, Grain, Wind, and Weather 494

WITH A Whole Length of POWELL in the Character of CYRUS; also a View of WILTON-HOUSE, and a fine Print of the Statue of HERCULES there';

ALL NEATLY ENGRA VE D.

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LONDON: Printed for R. BALDWIN, at No. 47, in Pater-nofter. Row; Of whom may be had, compleat Sets, from the Year 1732, to this Time, neatly bound or

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LONDON MAGAZINE,

For OCTOBER, 1769.

THE BRITISH THEATRE.

UR theatrical depart. marriage of their daughter Charlotte,

ment for the present as well as of matching the young lady x month will be rather agreeable to their own inclinations,

extensive than other. propose two lovers of very different wise, as the mana. characters to her attention, and infilt gers of our rival the- upon her paying a particular regard

atres have lately enter. to each respective recommendation ; ed into a more than customary com. Charlotte, who is secretly attached to petition, and, from the circumstance Colonel Freeman, artfully plays upon of the Stratford jubilee in honour of the credulity of both, pretending to our great dramatic bard, taken each a the father tbat she is desirous of giving hint of producing a piece for the enter a preference to his friend Mr. Kitchen, tainment of the town. Mr. Colmap's, but that to over-reach her mother the wbich is called Man and Wife, or Shake- is obliged to hew a partiality for Speare's Jubilee, having appeared firit, Mr. Marcourt; and deluding her mo. is therefore entitled-to precedence in ther with a reverse of the declaration, the order of our narrative.

as if nothing but an apparent encourTHE CHARACTERS ARE, agement of Kitchen could secure her Cross

Mr. Shuter hand with certainty to Mr. Marcourt: Marcourt

Mr. Woodward by this duplicity she finds means to Kitchen

Mr. Dunstall carry on ber intercourse with Colonel Freeman

Mr. Perry Freeman, who follows her down to Landlord

Mr. Morris S ratford, where her father had taken Fleece

Mr. R. Smith a house some time previous to the juSnart

Mr. Wignell bilee, that she and Mr. Kitchen might

Mr. Davis be made parishoners of the place and Ostler

Mr. Quick married without suspicion during the Waiter

Mr. Lewes celebration of that festival. Charlotte, Passengers in the Birmingham coach, however, by the assistance of her maid

Mr. Herbert, Mr. Fox, Mrs. Copin, Letrice, and her little filter Sally, a Mrs. Evans, Miss Helme, &c. &c. child of eleven years old, very dex. Landlady Mrs. Gardner trously disappointed both father and Lettice

Mrs. Mattocks mother; being actually married to Sally

Miss Linley Freeman, while the one rapposes heri Mrs. Cross Mrs. Grien gone off in masquerade with Kitchen, Charlotte Mrs. Bulkeley and the other fancies her safe with:

Characters of the Prelude, Marcourt. This intelligence is comJenkins Mr. Hull

municated by Fleece, a tradesman of Townly

Mr. Wroughton the town, who had been employed by George Dapperwit Mr. Dyer. Cross to get the banns published beFABLE.

tween Kitchen and Charloite, and The story of this piece, which con. who informs his principal likewise that fifts of three acts, is extremely simple. he must be grossly deceived, as Kit. Mr. Cross and his wife, an antiquated chen's name was no: in the instruction couple, who never agree in any ihing, sent him down, but that of Colonel being desirous of contradicting each Freeman. Mr. Crofs and his ladly are other in lo essential. a point as the such confounded at seeing their faoOdober, 1769.

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