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The Stage Acquitted: Being a Full Answer to Mr. Collier and the Other Enemies of the Drama

Anonymous ; with prefatory notes by Yuji Kaneko
Format
Book
Published
London, England : Routledge/Thoemmes Press : Tokyo, Japan : Kinokuniya, 1996.
Language
English
Related Title
Character of the animadverter, and the Animadversions on Mr Congreve's answer to Mr Collier.
Series
The History of British Theatre, the Restoration Stage Controversy
ISBN
0415143020
Description
ix, 185 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes
  • Facsim. of: The Stage acquitted : being a full answer to Mr Collier, and the other enemies of the drama : with a vindication of King Charles the martyr, and the clergy of the Church of England, from the abuses of a scurrilous book, called, The Stage condemned. To which is added, The character of the animadverter, and the Animadversions on Mr Congreve's answer to Mr Collier. London : Printed for John Barnes, 1699.
  • Preface (by "the publisher of this book ... not ... the author of it") signed: A.D.
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [viii]-ix).
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