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Don Quixote in miniature; with the comical humours of Sancho Pancha Minor. A tragi-comi-pastoral farce, of one act only. As it was privately rehearsed at the Long Room, and afterwards publickly performed before a crounded audience, at the Theatre-Royal of Bristol, under the Stamp of Authority, and licensed according to act of Parliament, being a serio-ludicrous representation of a late learned contest between T.D. and A.B. By Merry Andrew.

  • Merry Andrew.
Date
[1750?]
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Publication/Creation

[Bristol] : Printed for Wm. Wallis, publisher, at the Packhorse on Lawrence-Hill, and sold at all the Taverns and Coffee-House, in Bristol, [1750?]

Physical description

16p. ; 8⁰.

Contributors

References note

ESTC T198693

Languages

  • English


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