Dublin Magazine and Irish Monthly Register

See Patrick Rafroidi, Irish Literature in English: The Romantic Period, 1789-1850, Vol 1 (1980): Dublin Magazine and Irish Monthly Register, III, Aug 1799, p.118, speaks of Kotzebue as ‘The Shakespeare of the present day’, in connection with The Sufferings of the Family of Ortenberg. [43]. ALSO, Pizarro, adapted by Rev Matthew West and RB Sheridan in 1799. The Dublin Magazine and Irish Monthly Register (III, 48-50) calling it ‘this admirable play’. Kotzebue’s Benyowski was adpated by James Kenney in 1826. ALSO: A declaration of the loyalty of the Roman Catholics of Dublin appeared in The Dublin Magazine and Irish Monthly Register, I, 53, July 1798, ‘the undersigned Roman Catholics of Ireland feel themselves earnestly called on, to remonstrate with such of the deluded people of that persuasion as are now engaged in open rebellion against his Majesty’s government.’ [75]