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33. Public notice about a performance of Byron’s Doge of Venice, 1821

NLS Ms.43396

Drury Lane Theatre April 1821
THE Public are respectfully informed that the representation of LORD BYRON’S TRAGEDY, THE DOGE OF VENICE, this Evening takes place in defiance of an Injunction of the Lord Chancellor, which was not applied for until remonstrance of the Publisher, at the earnest desire of the Noble Author, had failed in protecting this drama from its intrusion on the Stage, for which it was never intended.

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