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berty of laying before you an essay on the rules and laws of a profession, which it is greatly your Interest to be acquainted with in its utmost latitude. That you are at present perfectly informed of the full extent of many of them, we have, during the course of the last Season, had abundant proof; there are, however, some more effential ones, which those who frequent the performances you exhibit, imagine have not sufficiently taken up your attention.
You will find we have passéd the more cursorily over the former, that we might,