Roscius Anglicanus, or, an historical review of the stage

Publication Date1789
RemainderAfter it had been Suppress'd by means of the late Unhappy Civil War, begun in 1641, 'till the Time of King Charles the IId's. Restoration, in May, 1660. Giving an Account of its Rise again; of the Time and Places the Governours of both the Companies first erected their Theatres. The Names of the Principal Actors and Actresses, who Performed in the Chiefest Plays in each House. With the Names of the most taking Plays, and Modern Poets, for the space of 46 Years, and during the Reign of Three Kings, and part of our present Sovereign Lady, Queen Anne, from 1660, to 1706. Non Audita narro, sed Comperta. London, Printed and Sold by H. Playford, at his House in Arundel-Street, near the Water-Side, 1708. With additions, by the late Mr. Thomas Davies, Author of The Life of Garrick, and Dramatic Miscellanies.
Publisherprinted for the editor, and sold at no. 62, Great Wild-Street, near Lincoln's-Inn-Fields; by Mess. Egerton, Whitehall; Mess. Cox and Phillipson, James-Street Covent-Garden; R. Ryan, No. 351, Oxford-Street; H.D. Symonds, No. 20. Pater-Noster-Row; and W. Richardson, under the Royal-Exchange


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