Context

Context of Reading Theatre, (under the direction of Mr. M'Grath.) : On Thursday evening, February 7, will be acted, the moral and historical play of George Barnwell, or, The London merchant. Preceding the play, will be spoken, a humorous prologue, in character of an American tar. After the play, Brother M'Grath will have the honor of delivering a Masonic address, in his character of a Master Mason. Song---by Mrs. M'Grath:---"I'd rather be excus'd"! To which will be added, the American farce of The true born Yankee, or, A trip to New-York; with songs incidental to the piece. The whole to conclude with "Bucks have at ye all!" By Mr. Morton. Characters, in play and farce, by Mr. M'Grath, Mr. Morton, Mr. Ormsby, Mrs. M'Grath, &c. The curtain to be raised at half past six o'clock. Tickets, at half a dollar each, to be had of Mr. Barr, of Mr. M'Grath, and at Mr. Schneider's printing-office. No money to be taken by the door-keeper. In order to accommodate families, children under ten years of age will be admitted on half-tickets at half price.
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