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By permission of the Rev. the Vice-Chancellor, and the worshipful the Mayor. In the Town-Hall, On Saturday next, the 31st of October, 1789, George Saville Carey, Who has been received with the greatest Applause before their Majesties, during their Residence at Weymouth, and at the Theatres-Royal Covent-Garden and Hay-Market, &c.And Mr. Kean, From the Threatres Royal Covent-Garden and Hay-Market, and Honorary Member of the Anacreontic Society, London, who has distinguished himself in the most eminent Manner, in that convivial and ... Circle. Will open Their Evening Lounge, consisting of a series of imitations, theatrical and senatorial. The Theatrical Characters, Vocal and Rhetorical. Characters imitated. Part I. - Mr. Carey. Superficial Manager, Dr. Fisher, Mr. Incledon, Ma chere Amie, Mr. Leoni, Carlos in the Duenna, Miss Catley, Juno in her Cups, Mrs. Baddeley, No Flower that blows, Mr. Woodward, Buck, Mr. Macklin, Mackbeth, Barry, Garrick, and Smith, K. Richards. Part II. - Mr. Kean. Foote's Smirk (from the Minor) after the Manner of a well-known Auctioneer, in London. Mr. Hull, Friar Lawrence, Mr. Wroughton, Romeo, Mr. Kemble, Hamlet, Messrs. Lee Lewis, and Bannister Jun. Reparation, Mr. Bensley, prospero, in the Tempest. Crotchetand Quaver, a Delineation of two eminent Music Venders in London. Part III. - Mr. Carey. ... Part V. - Mr. Carey. - Mrs. Pitt, Widow Lovet. The whole to conclude with a Dialogue in the Manner of the late Messrs. Foote and Weston. Doors to be opened at Seven, and begin at Eight O'Clock. - Admittance, Two Shillings. N. B. There will be good Fires, and the ... with wax, for the more agreeable Accommodation of ...

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[Cambridge? : s.n., 1789]

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ESTC T17898

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