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PREFACES AND NOTES.
BY JAMES PLUMPTRE, B. D.
FELLOW OF CLARE-HALL, CAMBRIDGE.
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as not only to be innoce
le, that Plays might be so framed, and governed by such rules,
Tillotson's Sermon on The Evil of Corrupt Communication,
LADY JANE GRAY. ; ...
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CAMBRIDGE, PRINTED BY F. HUDSON:
His Royal HIGHNESS WILLIAM FREDERICK,
Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, &c. &c.
CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE,
1x I had not considered the following Work as being of great literary and moral importance, I should not have presumed to request for it the patronage of the highest Officer in one of the first Universities in the world. But so extensive and important is the influence of The Stage, that I conceive the due regulation of it to be an object worthy the attention of the most enlightened and the most religious. That your Royal Highness does. in some degree consider it in this light,—though you may not as yet, perhaps, have contemplated it in its full extent, and in all its bearings,—is, I trust, the case from