Extemporar Y Songi

In whíeh Mr. J. will poetice upon aay aubjeot given him by tbe audience after the manner of tlie

ITAIilAN IMPROVISATORIIX

As (lili povar 1« »oidora heard In England, it mij be nmaurjt lo oUerr. that Mr. i. raaairéa >ii er eana lakjiioU fina kb aadienee, and «ithent the ilight.it delajr taraa thea lato poetnr. >te(ln( them to th. tan. of l» Ptlil T—t—r, or khm other popolar air. It i> impoeeiUe to imagine the humorona .Veot tala MDg o«aáiOnall]r prodvH. and al a proof OÍ th. diflnltj 9Í the nadertakiag, it may be etateil üi.t ant ramón n aLLoyu tp moro>i a iDajacr.

Donri Mm al Stm o'CInek, trnd Ptrfimoiut t» mmméntt pncUel* ai Amlf-prnit.

loui tu od. m u. «d. i«. a«oond trto-ioias la. mí. rn u. «al n.

BALF-PR1CB A QUARTÉR TO N1NE O CLOCK. Tieketa and Placee Cor tira Boxea to be takenof Mr. Litimastoh. at the Box Office, at the Theatre, from 10 o'eloek in th. Hornlng antil 4 in tbe JUtemMO i to whom all applicationa for Billa ahd other Fartionlara reapeotlng, Perfocmanco, anj a be Bada. Ctrriagm Ht»l» »éitmg tt 10 mi* tu fttlO.

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