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Title: The London stage : a collection of the most reputed tragedies, comedies, operas, melo-dramas, farces and interludes ; accurately printed from acting copies, as performed at the Theatres Royal, and carefully collated and revised
Year: 1824 (1820s)
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Subjects: English drama
Publisher: London : Sherwood, Jones and Co.
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh Library System


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beings, let humility be our monitor, and cha-rity our motto : and from this feeling may we hopeour friends will advocate the cause of the FarmersWife. FINALE. Mrs. C. My trial past, relrievd my fame,Shoiild wits my story handle.Protect me, sisters kind, from blame,Against the shafts of scandal. Chorus. Her faults forgiving and forgetting,Ease her bosom^s anxious strife ;Her hope svpporting, cause abetting.Kindly aid the Farmers Wife. Corn. Ye married men of honour stern,Appearance teas deceiving;But from her curious story learn.All seeing int believing. Chorus. Her faults, S(c. Miss C. Unmarried belles, unmarried beaux,Wheneer detaild her story.Since from the trial pure she rose,Defend her, I implore ye. Chorus. Her faults, Sfc. Capt. Here indiscretion s folly read. Then judge with charity through life ; Bai°n. And, as support her mind must need, Protect, kind friends, tlie Farmers Wife^ Chorus. Her faults, ^C4 lExeuni THE HAUNTED TOWER; A COMIC OPERA, IN THREE ACTS.—BYJAMES COBB.

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Act til. Scene 4 CHARACTERS. LORD WILLIAM RORF.RT CHARLES LADY ELINOR BARON OF OAKLAND MARTIN HUGO ADELA Dli COURCY EDWARD LEWIS CICELY ACT I. Scene I.—The Sea, Dover Cliffs and Castle.Thunder and lightning.Lewis and several Attendants of Lady Elinorappear in a boat; they land; then enter Fisher-men and Peasants, male and female, who sing thefollowing CHORUS.To A Ibions genius raise the strain,Whose power has awd the angry main.And gives us shelter on the coastOf this blest isle, old Oceans boast.See, retiring oer the deepDistant lightnings harmless sweep;The storm condemn d to lose its prey.In hollow murmurs dies away. [_ExeHnt Fishermen and Peasants. liAOY^LlJiOK andClCt-Lyappear inaboat,andlatid. Cice. Now, madam, give rae leave to congratu-late you on your safe arrival on the Ent^lish coast. Lady E. Ah, Cicely, if the storm that opposedonr landing had fullilied its threats, it would haverelieved rae from a world of misery. Cice. Are - ou, then, resolved to obey your fa-ther, and


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