or, Phaeton in the suds. A dramatick entertaiment of walking, in serious and foolish characters; interlarded with burlesque, grotesque, comick interludes, call'd Harlequin a pick-pocket...
Invented by the ingenious Monsieur Sans Esprit. The music composed by the harmonious Signior Warblerini. And the scenes painted by the prodigious Mynheer Van Bottom-Flat.
|Main Author:||Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.|
|Related Names:||Fielding, Henry 1707-1754.|
London, J. Watts, 1736.
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