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At her houfe at Jacob's Well, Bristol, Mrs. Jane Green, the celebrated actress, who for many years diftinguished herself by the powerful exertions of her comic talents on the ftages of Drury-lane and Covent-garden theatres. Mrs. G. was the daughter of that eminent comedian Mr. Hippefley, the predeceffor of Yates and Shuter. She began her career on the stage of Goodman's-fields playhoufe, about the time that Mr. Garrick commenced the profeffion of an actor. She was married to Henry Green, efq. who died fome few years fince, purfer of the Namur, a 90gun fhip. After a painfu! struggle with Nature for eight weeks, Mrs. G. (having completed her 72d year) was carried off by a mortification in her limbs, which age and imbecillity, occafioned by illness, and a leng courfe of medicine, rendered it out of the power of Art to ftop. In private life, Mrs. G. was an affectionate wife, a tender parent, and a steady friend. She has left behind her two fons, the elder a captain of marines, the younger at prefent unprovided for. As an actress, we have no one performer, on either of our stages, equal to Mrs. Green in the termagants, and few in the pert chambermaids, and various other comic and farcical characters. She was the powerful rival of Clive, in the best days of Kitty's powers; and, as long as the continued on the stage, was defervedly a great favourite with the publick. She quitted Covent-garden theatre a few years fince, on a pique, occafioned by fome difference with the manager; and has ever fince refided in a small houfe of her own near Jacob's Well, Brittol, which her father built when proprietor of the adjoining THEATRICAL
1. Seeing is Belleving-Surrender of Calais. 2. The Country Girl-The Village Lawyer. 3. A Quarter of an Hour before DinnerThe Surrender of Calais.
4. Half an Hour after Supper-Ditto.
5. Inkle and Yarico-Mayor of Garratt.
10. Inkle and Yarico-A Trip to Ely fium-
11. A Quarter of an Hour before DinnerThe Surrender of Calais.
12. The Young Quaker-The Minor.
Inn; or, The Days of good Queen Befs.
theatre, and which was for many years the only theatre near Briftol. In 1765 the prefent playhouse in King-ftreet was built by fubfcription, and opened the next fumner by a company of comedians from the London theatres; in the direction of which, the late Meffrs. Holland and Powell, Mr. King, and other of our first comedians, engaged.
22. Peregrine Sims, efq. of the Customhouse, London.
23. At his houfe in the Old Jewry, Joha Whitmore, efq.
At her lodgings near Aftley's Ridingfchool, Lambeth, the noted Countefs de la Motte, of nec le memory, and who lately jumped out of a two-pair of stairs window,
to avoid the bailiffs.
24. At her house in Lanfdown-road, Bath, aged 74, Mrs. Rigby, a maiden lady.
At Stoke Newington, of which he was one of the oldeft inhabitants, aged 79, Mr. Wm. Giles. He was a farmer and coal-merchant, and for many years clerk of the parish.
EORGE Earl of Morton, created Baron Douglas, of Lochleven, co. Kinross. C. Meynell, efq. appointed master and keeper of his Majefty's Tennis-court near the Cockpit, Whitehall, and of his Majesty's Tennis-court and Tennis-plays at Hamptoncourt, and clfewhere, in Great Britain./
Hon. Jofeph Hewitt, appointed one of his Majefty's juftices of the Court of King's Bench in ireland, wie Henn, dec.
Henry Duquery, and James Chatterton, efqrs, appointed his Majefty's fecond and third ferjeants at law in Ireland.
17. The Surrender of Calais-The Mayor of [of Calais. 18. The Manager in Diftrefs-The Surrender 19. The Beggar's Opera-Village Lawyer. 20. The Manager in Diftrefs-The Surrender of Calais.
22. The Surrender of Calais-Village Lawyer.
25. The Author-The Surrender of Calais.'
27. Seeing is Believing-The Surrender of
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