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Jerome enters, with Peasants*
FINALE.

All our cares are ended—
Those we love are free,
While by them befriended,
Happy must we be!

Hail! Supreme protecting Power,
Hail! Triumphant joyous hour.
All our cares, &c.

THE. END.

The following Works will be published in a few Days^

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In One Volume, Duodecimo,

WEWITZER'S "SCHOOL FOR WITS

A new Jest Book; containing, in addition to a selection of the most celebrated Bon Mots, Sic. Sec. many that have never appeared in print, by the most celebrated Wils of the Present Day. The whole selected and arranged by Mr. R. Wewitzer, of the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.

JX

In One handsome Volume, Crown Octavo,
POSTHUMOUS PARODIES;

Including (among many others) a Parody of Dryden's celebrated Ode on St. Cecilia's Day—Milton's 1'Allegro—Goldsmith's Retaliation—Shakspeare's Seven Ages—Cowper's Alexander Selkirk—Collin's Ode on the Passions—and Gray's Elegy in a Country Church-Yard^applied chiefly to Modern Characters and Events.

III.

ORGER'S TRANSLATION OF OVID'S
METAMORPHOSES.

No. XI. of a New Translation of the Metamorphoses of Ovid, by Mr. Thomas Oboek, with the original Latin Text. This Work will be published Quarterly, and completed in Fifteen Numbers.

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A COMIC OPERA,

IN TWO ACT*

I

FIRST PERFORMED AT THE

THEATRE.ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN, Saturday, November 12, 1814.

By I. POCOCK, Esa.

AUTHOR OF THE MILLER AND HIS MEN, FOR ENGLAND, HO! HIT OR MIS3, &c.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR JOHN MILLER, 25, BOW-STREET,
COVENT-GARDEN;
By B. M'MilUn, Bow StrMt, Corcot Gurfir

[Price Two Shillings.]

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