The Case of Mrs. Clive eBook

Catherine Clive
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The Reason of my taking the Liberty to communicate these Things to the Publick, is most earnestly to interceed for their Favour and Protection, from whom I have always met with great Generosity and Indulgence:  For, as I have already declared, in a Letter published by me last Year in the Daily Papers, that I had not a Fortune to support me, independent of my Profession, I doubt not but it will appear, I have not made any considerable Acquisition to it since, having not received two Hundred Pounds Salary for acting in Plays, Farces, and Singing; tho’ other Performers have received more than twice that Sum.  I have, in Consideration of these Hardships, been promised the Protection of many Ladies, to whom I have the Honour to be personally known, and will not doubt the Concurrence of the Publick, in receiving my Performance in the best manner I am, at present, capable of, which I shall always most gratefully Acknowledge.

C. CLIVE

FINIS.

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WILLIAM ANDREWS CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

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PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT

1948-1949

16.  Henry Nevil Payne, The Fatal Jealousie (1673).

17.  Nicholas Rowe. Some Account of the Life of Mr. William Shakespear (1709).

18.  Anonymous, “Of Genius,” in The Occasional Paper, Vol.  III, No. 10 (1719), and Aaron Hill, Preface to The Creation (1720).

1949-1950

19.  Susanna Centlivre, The Busie Body (1709).

20.  Lewis Theobald, Preface to the Works of Shakespeare (1734).

22.  Samuel Johnson, The Vanity of Human Wishes (1749), and two Rambler papers (1750).

23.  John Dryden, His Majesties Declaration Defended (1681).

1951-1952

26.  Charles Macklin, The Man of the World (1792).

31.  Thomas Gray, An Elegy Wrote in a Country Churchyard (1751), and The Eton College Manuscript.

1952-1953

41.  Bernard Mandeville, A Letter to Dion (1732).

1962-1963

98.  Selected Hymns Taken Out of Mr. Herbert’s Temple ... (1697).

1964-1965

109.  Sir William Temple, An Essay Upon the Original and Nature of Government (1680).

110.  John Tutchin, Selected Poems (1685-1700).

111.  Anonymous, Political Justice (1736).

112.  Robert Dodsley, An Essay on Fable (1764).

113.  T.R., An Essay Concerning Critical and Curious Learning (1698).

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