Not having the honor of being known to you, and being ignorant of the usual forms of addressing articles to an Editor, I fear I shall execute my present undertaking but awkwardly and beg at once to offer every apology for the irregularity of the proceeding - I am extremely anxious in Mr Charles Kemble’s absence from London to have some critiques inserted which have been forwarded to me from Manchester. I have no desire to dictate to the Managers; - my sole motive in wishing to give them publi-city, springs from a conviction that his future emoluments must now entirely be deriv’d from his reputation, and that however highly he may be spoken of when he appears
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