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M Browne del Engrard by Newnham late Apprentice & Pipit to LK.Sherwin of whose Abilities this Plate may serve as a Specimen.

BELLAMY's APOLOGY.VOL.IV.

Mr. Bellamy & Mr. Moore, alarmed by Ruffians in their Bed chamber.

Letter 89.

Printed for J. Bell British Library Strand London March 11786.

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APOLOGY

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GEORGE ANNE BELLAMY,

LATE OF COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE.

WRITTEN BY HERSELF.

To which is annexed,

Her original Letter to JOHN CALCRAFT, Efq. advertised to be published in October 1767, but which was then violently fupprefied.

THE

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"The Web of our Life is of a mingled Yarn, Good and Ill together; our Virtues would be proud, if our Faults whipt "them not; and our Crimes would despair, if they were hot cherished by our Virtues."

All's Well that Ends Well, A&t 4, Scene iii.

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IN FIVE VOLUMES.

VO L. IV.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,

And fold by J. BELL, at the British-Library, STRAND,

M DCC LXXXV.

210. m. 838.

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