Posthumous letters, from various celebrated men; addressed to Francis Colman, and George Colman, the elder: with annotations, and occasional remarks, by George Colman, the younger. Exclusive of the letters are, an explanation of the motives of William Pulteney (afterwards earl of Bath) for his acceptance of a peerage; and papers tending to elucidate the question relative to the proportional shares of authorship to be attributed to the elder Colman ad Garrick, in the comedy of The clandestine marriage.
|Main Author:||Colman, George, 1762-1836.|
London, T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1820.
Colman, George, > 1732-1794.
Bath, William Pulteney, > Earl of, > 1684-1764.
Garrick, David, > 1717-1779.
xvi, 347 p.
|Original Classification Number:||822.9 C72p|
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