5 edition of A Letter to A.H. Esq.; Concerning the Stage (1698) and The Occasional Paper No. IX (1698) found in the catalog.
November 3, 2006
by Hard Press
Written in English
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A Letter to A.H. [Anthony Hammond, pamphleteer, small poet, and politician] Esq, Concerning the Stage, by Anonymous [probably Charles Hopkins] -- The Occasional Paper: Number IX, Containing Some Considerations About the Danger of Going to Plays, attributed to Richard Willis.
Get this from a library. A letter to A.H. Esq, concerning the stage () ; and the occasional paper, no. IX (). [Charles Hopkins; Anthony Hammond; H T Swedenberg; Richard Willis;]. A Letter to A.H. Esq; Concerning the Stage. LONDON, Printed for A. Baldwin, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, (I) TO A.H.
Esq; &c. SIR. Forgive me if I think it Ill-nature in you to leave the Town, at a Time when it wants your Company, and seems to beg your Assistance: How can you propose to live at Ease in the Country, when so many of your Friends, the Wits, are engag'd here in. Book from Project Gutenberg: A Letter to A.H.
Esq.; Concerning the Stage () and The Occasional Paper No. IX () Note: Augustan Reprint Society. Get this from a library. A letter to A.H. Esq [i.e. Anthony Hammond] concerning the stage () and the occasional paper: no. IX (). [Charles Hopkins; Richard Willis;]. A Letter to A.H.
[Anthony Hammond, pamphleteer, small poet, and politician] Esq, Concerning the Stage, by Anonymous [probably Charles Hopkins] -- The Occas. 12 Books to Read for Letter H (This post contains affiliate links.) I had a lot of choices when deciding which books to feature.
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ADVERTISEMENT. The present letters, except verbal alterations, were written in the yearand consequently in ignorance of those political convulsions which have led the author to think that this is a proper time to publish them.
In his opinion, the contest now going on in society, the preternatural throes and heavings which frightfully convulse it from one end to the other, arise. Fanny Kemble in America; or the Journal of an Actress Reviewed. 8vo, stitched -Bost. KEMBLE. Memoirs of the Life of John Philip Kemble,;,i: Esq., including a History of the Stage fi om the time of Garrick to the present period.
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