APA Citation

Stayley, G. (1742). The rival theatres: Or, A play-house to be lett. A tragi-comi-farcical-ballad opera, as it is now acting at the Theatre-Royal in Aungier-Street. Dublin: Printed by Ebenezer Rider, for James Hamilton, and sold at the Printing-Office in George's Lane.

Chicago Style Citation

Stayley, George. The Rival Theatres: Or, A Play-house to Be Lett. A Tragi-comi-farcical-ballad Opera, As It Is Now Acting At the Theatre-Royal in Aungier-Street. Dublin: Printed by Ebenezer Rider, for James Hamilton, and sold at the Printing-Office in George's Lane, 1742.

MLA Citation

Stayley, George. The Rival Theatres: Or, A Play-house to Be Lett. A Tragi-comi-farcical-ballad Opera, As It Is Now Acting At the Theatre-Royal in Aungier-Street. Dublin: Printed by Ebenezer Rider, for James Hamilton, and sold at the Printing-Office in George's Lane, 1742.

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