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Context of In love, in debt, & in liquor, : or our way in Wales; a new musical drama, performed for the first time at Jones's Royal Circus, St. George's Fields. On Wednesday, June 28, 1797. By J. C. Cross, Author of the Divertisement, British Fortitude, Point at Herqui, and Way to get Unmarried, performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden; The Purse, or Benevolent Tar, at the Theatres-Royal Drury-Lane and Hay-Market; Apparition, at the Theatre-Royal Hay-Market; and Capture of the Cape of Good Hope, Robbers, Caledonian Recruit, Jew and Gentile, Village Doctor, Matrimony, Naval Gratitude, Neither frighten'd nor hurt, Harlequin Mariner, Olympian Revels, Julia of Louvain, and Niobe, or Harlequin's Ordeal, performed with universal Applause at Jones's Royal Circus. The new music by Mr. Sanderson, With Selections from Reeve, Dibdin, Shield, &c
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