A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq.) containing : I. an account of her birth, education, and mad pranks committed in her youth, II. her coming on the stage, success there, and sundry theatrical anecdotes, III. her marriage in mens cloaths, and being belov'd by a lady of great fortune, who intended to marry her, V. her gentleman to a certain peer, VI. her commencing strolling-player with various and surprizing vicissitudes of fortune, during nine years peregrination, VII. her turning pastry cook, &c in Wales, with several extremely humorous and interesting occurrences / written by herself
|Main Author:||Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760|
|Related Names:||Cook, E. , bookseller, Dodd, Anne , bookseller, Reeve, W. -1759, bookseller|
London : Printed for W. Reeve, in Fleet-Street, A. Dodd, in the Strand, and E. Cook, at the Royal Enchange, 1755
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