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Excerpt from Anecdotes of the Stage, or Dramatic Table-Talk in Theatrical History
Mr Ross soon tired of his managerial cares; and, in a fit of disgust and disappointment, he let the theatre for three years to Mr Foote. That gentleman engaged a first-rate company, and the result was, that, after paying all expenses, he was the gainer at the end of the season of a clear £1000. But, Foote having concerns of more importance in London, to which it was necemary he should devote his whole attention, speedily retired from the management, and gave over his lease to Messrs Digges and Bland, who had possession of it for some years. It was afterwards rented by Mr Corrie, then by Mr Wilkinson, and afterwards by Mr John Jackson, the historian of the Scottish stage.
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