A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much

A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much

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A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much more suitable to the occasion than their own, W. (William) Kenrick. A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much more suitable to the occasion than their own Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. 8p. ; 2⁰. London : printed for, and sold by J. River, [1751] Prologue by Ebeneazer Pentweazel, i.e. William Kenrick? - Unmatched catchword: at the foot of p.6: the. With reference to the private performance, by Sir Francis Delaval, family and friends, of Othello at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 7th March, 1751. The prologue and epilogue for this performance were by Christopher Smart. Reproduction of original from the British Library. English Short Title Catalog, ESTCT53475. Electronic data. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. Page image (PNG). Digitized image of the microfilm version produced in Woodbridge, CT by Research Publications, 1982-2002 (later known as Primary Source Microfilm, an imprint of the Gale Group).

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