Freeman's Journal 24th - 26th February 1784
For the Benefit of Mrs. Hitchcock.
On Wednesday the 3d of March, 1784, will be performed a new Comedy called
THE YOUNG QUAKER
Written by John O' Keeffe Esq.
End of the Play, a Concerto on the TENOR, by Mr. Kottwara.
After which will be performed a Pantomime Interlude, called
THE FAIRY REVEALS: Or
To conclude with an Allemande of Three, by Miss Andre, Monsieur Grecco and Signora Rossignol. To which will be added the dramatic musical Pastoral called
THE POOR SOLDIER
written by John O' Keeffe
A Gentlewoman who has had some years experience in the teaching line, is perfect mistress of French and English languages, &c. is desirous of becoming Governess to young Ladies in a Nobleman or Gentleman's family ; will be heard of by directing a line for S. S. at the Printer's hereof.
Tuesday arrived Three English MAILS
LONDON, Feb. 17, 18, 19.
Letters from Maryland, dated Dec. 20, advise that the plague rages with great violence in that state, particularly in Baltimore.