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Instance of Magnanimity Account of, and Critique on, Orestes Accouni of the Independents 138-143

ib. & fiq. Remarks on Digestion Account of Mr. Luttrel

Virtues, &r. of Polypody On some late Honours

Excellent Scheme for the benefit of To Sir Joseph Mawbey, &c.

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Rev. Mr. Horne's Dedication 147 History of the Douglas Cause 126-123 Pardon for M.Quark

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Leiter to a robic Lord thereon 150 Method to promote a free Circulation And to the Court of Examiners of the of Air in Mines 129 furgeons Company.

151 Recapitulation of the Discoverers in Of brining Wreat

152 Medicine and Anatomy 130 Shrewit Observations

153 Account of Poland

131 An Im; arzial Review of New Pub. 156 Meeting and instructions of the Bó. Origin of stand. Armies in Europe 156 rough of Southwark

132, 133 Insulting behaviour of Charles V. to a Cafe of John Adams, Eq; 133 captive Prince

158 Conversation between Mr. Wilkes and Horne's Sermon, &c. &c. a Placeman

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For MARCH 1769.

THE BRITISH THEATRE.

Performed by

*HE only new perfor- particular, was many years older, and

mance of the present discovered, through all the weakness T

month is Orestes, of her sex, the utmoit reteniment of yours which appeared on Agamemnon's fall. The tyrant there

Monday the 13th at fore, to remove his worlt feais, made
Covent Garden thea- an attempt upon the life of the young

tre, and was performed prince; however, through the indura for the benefit of Mrs. Yates.... This try of Electra, and the fijelity of Pamtragedy is a trapllation from Voltaire, menes, an uld follower of Agamemby the ingenious Mr. Francklin, who non's houte, Orestes was conveyed out has obliged the world with an Englich of his reach into a remote part of version of Sophocles, the Earl of War- Greece, where he was privately eduwick, and several other productions cated. woich have been warmly distinguilhed The play onens on an annual fefti. by the public approbation.

val, which gilthus had instituted to Tbe PERSONS are,

commemorate his marriage with ClyÆgift hus

Mr. Clarke temnestra ; and in the firit act we are Pylades Mr. Perry

made acquainted with the foregoing Orestes Mr. Smith

circumstances, by Electra in her conPammenes

Mr. Bensley versations with Iphila and Pammenes. Iphisa

Mrs. Buckley We are moreover inforined, that Orer. Clytemneftra Mrs. Ward tes, it living (a circumstance much to Electra

Mrs. Yates be doubted as no intelligence has been THE FABL E. received of him for many years) must THIS fable is a well known classical now have reached the age of mianhood, ene.

-Clytemnestra, who during and ar. oracle having foretold that he her husband Agamemnon's absence at should revenge his father's murder, the fiege of Troy, had lived in the Electra, who loves him with an unmoft infamous intimacy with Ægilthus, common affection, is doubly distracted upon his return from the lack of that with her fears of his death. While the celebrated ciiy, contrived not only to is thus agitated with an excess of senmurder him by the assistance of her fibility, two youths are thipwrecked gallant, but to posless herself also of on the coast of Argos, (the fcene of the throne, which the shared with the the performance) who, being friendless bloody partner of her crimes, not- and strangers, apply to Panimenes foç withitanding Orestes, Ipbila, and protection, which the good old man Electra, the children of Agamennon, readily grants, and has the unspeaka. were living, and had each a preferable able happiness in a little time to disco. title to the sovereign authority:- ver, thac his humanity has been exerOreftes was in bis infancy when his cited to Orestes and Pylades bis insepa. father fell a sacrifice to this unexam- rable friend. Oreites being bound by pled combination of cruelty and luft. a folemu oath to keep himlelf conceale But not withitanding the tenderness of ed from his family for some time, he his age Ægisthus was much more ap- does not fly to Electra ; but Iphisa fees prehensive on his account, than on ei. bim, and from the striking relenblance sher of his lifters ; though Electra in which he bore to Agamemnon, from

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