The case of the stage in Ireland

Publication Date1758
Remaindercontaining the reasons for and against a bill for limiting the number of theatres in the city of Dublin; wherein the qualifications, duty, and importance of a manager are carefully considered and explained, and the conduct and abilities of Mr. Sheridan, the present manager of the Theatre in Smock-Alley, are particularly reviewed and examined. The whole occasionally interspersed with critical observations on Mr. Sheridan's Oration; and a summary of the principal advantages that must necessarily accrue to the kingdom of Ireland, from an academy, connected with the Theatre.
PublisherDublin, printed: London, reprinted, for J. Coote, at the King's Arms, opposite Devereux Court, in the Strand

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