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them. The scenery was, beyond description, beautiful; and the decorations, unprecedently magnificent and appropriate. We have not room to particularize the merits of each performer. All we can, therefore, at present say, is that we never saw any of them to greater advantage; and it must be highly gratifying to Mr. Kemble's feelings as manager, that we are enabled to add, that there was not one of them who did not appear as much interested, as if the piece had been his own. *** For the most approved Songs in this Piece, see our Poetical Department.
Pedigree, &c. of Old England and Walnut.
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that another would have followed his example but for the interference of his wife.
O RIGINAL PUFF.
A gentleman of the first order of the comb, in the metropolis, gives the following very pleasing information to the fashionable world: “He is happy to inform the nobility and gentry, that, during the campaign in Flanders, he regularly imports, from the seat of war, a choice assortment of human hair (English, Austrian and French) which, for length and beauty, he begs leave to re- commend to the notice of the ladies; and from the large importations of late, he can undertake to sell 20 per cent. less than has been known for several years past.”