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Event Comment: Steele's Censorium. For other accounts, see Loftis, pp. 108-9, and Blanchard, pp. 69, 108, 120


Mainpiece Title: Entertainments

Entertainment: It consisted of Pyramids-; of all manner of Sweetmeats, the most generous Wines, Burgundy, Champaign, and was usher'd in by a Prologue-Mrs Younger; written by Mr Tickel, under Secretary to Mr Addison, and concluded by an Epilogue-Mr Wilks; written by himself; which was very merry and free with his own Character; after which, a large Table that was in th Area of the Consort-House, was taken away to make Room for the Company to Dance Country-Dances...We are likewise to acquaint the Reader, that an Ode of Horace-; was set to Musick and sung upon the Occasion, with several other very particular Songs and Performances, both Vocal and Instrumental Music- and that Mrs Younger spoke the Prologue, and Mr Wilks the Epilogue, which, after Sir Richard's Way, was extremely Diverting (Weekly Packet, 4 June)