The wandering patentee; or, a history of the Yorkshire theatres, from 1770 to the present time; interspersed with anecdotes respecting most of the performers in the three kingdoms, from 1765 to 1795. To which are added, never pubd, The diversions of the morning, and Foote's trial for a libel on Peter Paragraph, written by Samuel Foote. (Book, 1795) [WorldCat.org]
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The wandering patentee; or, a history of the Yorkshire theatres, from 1770 to the present time; interspersed with anecdotes respecting most of the performers in the three kingdoms, from 1765 to 1795. To which are added, never pubd, The diversions of the morning, and Foote's trial for a libel on Peter Paragraph, written by Samuel Foote.

Author: Tate Wilkinson; Samuel Foote; Edward Hailstone
Publisher: York, by Wilson, Spence & Mawman; sold by G.G. & J. Robinson, T. Egerton, & J. Deighton, London, etc.;, 1795.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tate Wilkinson; Samuel Foote; Edward Hailstone
OCLC Number: 931374013
Notes: Hailstone collection, 1890.
Description: 4 volumes 1 volume 8vo, 17 cm

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