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Copied by Permission from Micholson's Philas Joanal, Vol.XXI.P1.5, p.161.

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• The present Number contains a Print of Mr. Booth, as FITZHARDING, in the CURFEW ;' and also a View of PORT. MOON."

WE SELECT THE FOLLOWING FROM MACBETH, a POEM, in SIX CANTOS,

With Historical Notes,

JUST PUBLISHED.

SUENO, while in England, receiving intelligence

of the defeat of his countrymen, the Danes, under the command of Olave, Eneco, in the county of Mar, by Malcolm, King of Scotland, dispatched his general Camus to their assistance, with an army, composed of yeteran soldiers, and of fresh supplies lately received from Denmark; Camus, having arrived at the Firth of Forth, attempted to effect a landing, but was repelled by the bravery of the inbabitants. From thence he sailed to the Red Promontory (or Red Head) in Angus, and, having landed his troops, attacked several strong places in that neighbourhood, but was repulsed. Defeated in this object, he began to spoil the country, and, having proceeded as far as Panbride, and pitched his camp, intelligence was brought to him, that the forces of the

Printed by T.Kaygill, 36, Frith Street, Soho.

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