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Scenes from the rejected comedies. By some of the competitors for the prize of £500, offered by Mr. B. Webster, lessee of the Haymarket theatre, for the best original comedy, illustrative of English manners.

Publisher: London, At the Punch Office, 1844.
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Scenes from the rejected comedies.
London, At the Punch Office, 1844
(OCoLC)719402803
Named Person: Gilbert Abbott À Beckett; Benjamin Webster; Gilbert Abbott À Beckett; Benjamin Webster
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 15598461
Notes: First edition.
Signatures: B-E⁶.
Cf. Clark, W.A. Modern Eng. lit. 1920-28. v. 3, p. 1-2.
Description: 46 pages 20 cm
Contents: Scene from The husband, by J--s S--n K--s.--Humbugs of the hour, by D--s J--d.--Scene from The Templars, a rejected comedy, by Serjt. T--d.--The absurdities of a day, by J.R. P--e.--Jane Jenkins; or, The ghost of the back drawing room, by E. F--zb--ll.--Floreat Etona, by D.L. B--t.--A story of London, by Le--gh H--t.--The school for sentiment; or, The tar! the tear!! and the tilbury!!! By G--t A--t, a'B--t.--Grandmother Brownwig, by M--k L--n.--Scene from Credit, by Sir E.L.B.L.E.D. B--r.
Responsibility: By Gilbert Abbot à Beckett ...

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