For the benefit of a widow

Publication Date1776
Remainderand a Large Family, under Great Difficulties. The Theatrical museum; or, fugitive repository: being a collection of very choice and pleasing interludes, both serious and comic. To which are Added, Some Petite-Pieces, of one Act each, altered from Moliere; properly adapted for all Persons who are Lovers of the Drama, and Ambitious of attaining the Art of Public Declamation. With A Variety of Prologues and Epilogues, both Old and New, Serious and Comic. As also, Several Facetious Songs, Tales, Droll Epitaphs, Epigrams, and Poetical Anecdotes. To the whole is prefixed, The much and long-desired Interlude of The Celebrated Hippesley's drunken man. With Many Humourous Interspersions of Drollery, by the most Facetious Comedians of Town and Country. The whole compiled, and carefully revised, by a comedian; and rendered Solus Jucundus Omnibus
Publishersold by E. Johnstone, Ludgate Street, and Mr. Axtel, under the Royal Exchange

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