The British Spouter; Or, Stage Assistant: Containing the Most Celebrated Prologues and Epilogues that Have Been Lately Spoken in the Different Theatres, at the Acting of the Most Eminent Plays. The Whole Being Intended to Make Young Persons Acquainted with the Art of Speaking and to Impress Upon Their Minds Sentiments of Morality
J. Roson, 1773 - English drama - 150 pages
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