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OTH E L LO.
TW. E.L.F.T. H. N. IG HT.
PRINTED FOR LONG MAN, H U RST, RE ES, AND ORM E,
1 N F 1 VE ACTS ;
AS PERFORMED AT THE
THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN.
PRINTED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE MANAGEI*
FROM THE PROM PT BOOK.
WITH REMA R RS
BY MRS. INCHBALD.
Pitt NTED FOR LONG MAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME, PATER NOSTER ROW,
This play comprehends a period of about four years; and the whole story is exactly followed, and many of the principal speeches exactly copied, from the life of Coriolanus in Plutarch.
Dr. Johnson says, “the tragedy of Coriolanus is one of the most amusing of our author's performances.” To those persons, who do not prefer a love
tale to every other dramatic subject, this opinion
must appear just; for the hero and heroine of the