The world in a village

Publication Date1794
Remaindera comedy, in five acts. As performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, and at the theatre, New-York, by the Old American Company. Written by John O'Keefe, Esq. author of Tony Lumpkin in town; The son-in-law; The dead alive; Agreeable surprize; Castle of Andalusia; Fontainbleau, or Our way in France; The positive man; The poor soldier; Love in a camp, or Patrick in Prussia; The farmer; The young Quaker; Beggar on horseback; Peeping Tom; The prisoner at large; The toy, or Hampton-Court frolicks; Wild Oats, or Th strolling gentleman; Little hunchback; The seige of Curzola; Modern antiques, or The merry mourners; The Highland reel; Birthday, or Prince of Arrogance; Sprigs of Laurel; The London hermit, or Rambles in Dorsetshire, &c. &c
Extentiv, [1], 6-87, [1] p.
PublisherPrinted by T. & J. Swords, for Berry, Rogers and Berry, no. 35, Hanover-Square




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