As the two translations which have been published of Kotzebue’s “Spaniards in Peru” have, I understand, been very generally read, the public are in possession of all the materials necessary to form a judgment on the merits and defects of the play performed at Drury Lane Theatre.


To her, whose approbation of this Drama, and whose peculiar delight in the applause it has received from the public, have been to me the highest gratification derived from its success—I dedicate this Play.

Richard Brinsley Sheridan.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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