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The true-born Irishman; or, Irish fine lady

Charles Macklin

The true-born Irishman; or, Irish fine lady

a comedy

by Charles Macklin

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Published by William Jones in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementadapted for Theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane, Covent-Garden, and smock-Alley. Regulated from the prompt-books.
SeriesJone"s British theatre -- 6.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19888696M

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[Brian Friel; Charles Macklin]. ebook version of The true-born Irishman: or, Irish fine lady. A comedy of two acts. By Charles Macklin. The true-born Irishman: or, Irish fine lady. A comedy of two acts. By Charles Macklin. (Macklin, Charles, ?) 60p.

; 12⁰. (Dublin:) sold by the booksellers, Produced at Covent Garden under the title: 'The Irish fine lady'. The True-Born Irishman (), renamed The Irish Fine Lady for its English production, was a hit in Ireland, but a flop in England. Macklin observed: "I believe the audience are right.

There's a geography in humor as well as in morals, which I had not previously considered.". Soft cover.

Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition. Based on a play the true born Irishman or the Irish fine lady by Charles Macklin. 45pp. The bottom right corner is fade to the spine and part of the top of the front cover o/w in very good condition.

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