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Autograph letters signed from Benjamin Victor, Dublin and London, to various people 1759-1774.

Author: Benjamin Victor; Pigott, Mrs.; Charles Macklin; Nicholas Rowe
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondents: [Charles] Macklin and Mrs. Pigott. The letter of 1759 discusses terms for Macklin's and his daughter [Maria's] appearance [at the Smock Alley Theatre] and suggests certain comedies. The letter of 1774 advises Mrs. Pigott on her acting of the heroine in "Jane Shore" and includes his "Prologue for the Tragedy of Jane Shore, to be perform'd in Staffordshire by Ladies and Gentlemen," beginning "Our  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Prologues and epilogues
Prologues and epilogues Letters
Manuscripts
Correspondence Manuscripts
Correspondence
Named Person: Benjamin Victor; Charles Macklin; Pigott, Mrs.; Nicholas Rowe; Maria Macklin
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Victor; Pigott, Mrs.; Charles Macklin; Nicholas Rowe
OCLC Number: 263096332
Notes: Prologue listed in the Folger card index of first lines of poems.
Description: 2 items.
Other Titles: Prologue for the tragedy of Jane Shore.
Our Annals tell, to grace the Drama's page

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Correspondents: [Charles] Macklin and Mrs. Pigott. The letter of 1759 discusses terms for Macklin's and his daughter [Maria's] appearance [at the Smock Alley Theatre] and suggests certain comedies. The letter of 1774 advises Mrs. Pigott on her acting of the heroine in "Jane Shore" and includes his "Prologue for the Tragedy of Jane Shore, to be perform'd in Staffordshire by Ladies and Gentlemen," beginning "Our Annals tell, to grace the Drama's page..." The letter also discusses "the Affair of the Colonies!" The letter apparently was written after the one printed in his Original letters...1776, I, 352.

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