The Salopian Esquire: or, The joyous miller A dramatick tale. It being the same dramatick tale that was delivered to a proprietor, October 23, 1736, and returned the 23d of December, in the same year. To which are added, poems on His Late Grace John Duke of Marlborough. Sir Harry Wigmore, Miss Jenny Godsrey, and Dego, a tale. The distressed poet, or the guardian genius. Will. Fuller and Jack Stripall, a tale. The new river head, a fragment. An epitaph on Mr. John Adams, Jun. late of presteign. To which is annexed by way of essay, a proprietor's reason for not bringing the dramatick tale on the stage, the stratagems of popish priests, and the reception the poem on His Llate Grace John Duke of Marlborough met with, at her grace's house in the friery, near St. James's. By E. Dower

Main Author: Dower, E.
Format: eBook
Published: London Sold at Mr. Warren's, next door but one to the two chairmen in Albemarkle Street near Piccadilly; at Mrs. Riggall's, the corner of Babmas-muse in Jermyn Street; at Messieurs Thomas and Loyde, opposite to St. Clement's Church in the Strand; and at the Angel near Clerkenwell Church 1738, 1738
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, N23186. - Price in square brackets: (Price Two Shillings.). - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([4],95,[1]p) 8°