Catalog Record: The history of the English stage, from the restauration to the present time. Including the lives, characters and amours, of the most eminent actors and actresses. With instructions for public speaking; wherein the action and utterance of the bar, stage, and pulpit are distinctly considered | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The history of the English stage, from the restauration to the present time. Including the lives, characters and amours, of the most eminent actors and actresses. With instructions for public speaking; wherein the action and utterance of the bar, stage, and pulpit are distinctly considered. By Mr. Thomas Betterton. Adorned with cuts.

Main Author: Betterton, Thomas, 1635?-1710.
Related Names: Betterton, Thomas 1635?-1710., Curll, Edmund 1675-1747., Oldys, William 1696-1761.
Language(s): English
Published: London: Printed for E. Curll, 1741.
Subjects: Theater > Great Britain.
Note: Authorship usually ascribed to William Oldys; also ascribed to the publisher, Edmund Curll.-Cf. Dict. nat. biog.
Signatures: 3 leaves unsigned, B-L8, M4.
First edition.
Issued with: Memoirs of Mrs. Anne Oldfield [by William Oldys] London, 1741.
Physical Description: 3 p.l., 167 p. front. (port.), illus. 20 cm.
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