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SUMMARY OF THE CONTENTS.
EPISTLE TO THE PISOS. The Author's Idea of that
Epiftle, fubmitted to his learned Friends and to the
Page 1. QUINTI HORATII FLACCI EPISTOLA AD
P. 34. NOTES ON THE ART OF POETRY. Particular
Comments tending to confirm the Tranflator's Hy-
pothefis. Remarks on the Antient Drama, the
Theatrical Mufick, the Chorus, the Satyrick Drama,
with general observations neceffary to illuftrate and
P. 155. The POETS, A Town Eclogue.
P. 158. An Extempore on fetting out for Bath, Dec.
A French Maxim in Profe-Imitated in English
Epilogue to The FAIRY TALE, May 23, 1764.
P. 174. Epilogue fpoken by Mifs Hopkins, at the Be-
nefit of Mr. Hopkins, Prompter, and Mrs, Hopkins,
P. 176. Prologue spoken by Mr. Shuter, at the open-
ing of the Old Theatre at Richmond, on Saturday,
P. 178. Prologue fpoken by Mr. Powell, at the clofing
of the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, on Saturday,
June 4, 1768, being the Anniverfary of His Ma-
P. 180. Occafional Prologue on the Appearance of Mifs
Morris in the Character of Juliet, at the Theatre
P. 182. Prologue to the Comedy of The SISTER.
P. 184. Prologue to the ROMAN FATHER, acted at the
Theatre at Bristol, on Friday, July, 14, 1769, for
P. 186. Epilogue to TIMANTHES,
P. 188. Prologue to the Tragedy of CLEMENTINA.
+ Printed in the Title line MCCLXXXVI for MCCLXXXVI.
P. 198. Occafional Epilogue on the Departure of the
Manager of the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden,
P: 200. Prologue to the Comedy of BoN TON.
P. 203. Prologue on opening the Theatre Royal at
P. 205. Prologue to the revived Comedy called EAST-
P. 212. Prologue to the revived Comedy of ErICENE;
P. 214. Epilogue to the Comedy of the SCHOOL FOR
Page 222. Prologue to the Farce of TONY LUMPKIN
P. 224. Prologue to The SUICIDE, A COMEDY!
Page 227. Prologue to the Comedy of The CHAPTER
P. 229. Prologue on Opening of the Theatre Royal
P. 231. Prologue to the Farce of The POSITIVE MAN.
P. 233. Prologue to Lillo's Tragedy of FATAL CU-
RIOSITY, on its revival at the Theatre Royal in the
P. 235. Prologue to the Comedy of The EAST INDIAN
P. 237. Epilogue to the Comedy of The CAPRICIOUS
P. 239. Occafional Prologue on Opening the Theatre
P. 241. Epilogue to the Comedy of a FRIEND IN
P. 244. Prologue to the Comedy of The YOUNG
P. 245. Epilogue to The YOUNG QUAKER.
P. 248. Prologue to the Comedy of The BIRTH-DAY,