The double gallant: or, The sick lady's cure.
A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre in Dublin.
Written by Mr. Cibber.
|Main Creator:||Cibber, Colley, 1671-1757.|
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Dublin, Printed by M. Rhames, for R. Gunne, bookseller [172-?]
No. 4 in vol. with binder's title: Cibber's plays. Vol. II.
Cibber calls himself "only the compiler of this piece", which is a weaving together of Mrs. Centlivre's Love at a venture (an adaptation of Corneille) Burnaby's Ladies visiting day, and parts of Burnaby's Reformed wife. cf. Cibber's Apology I, 243; Croissant, Studies in the work of Colley Cibber, p. 21; Besser, Colley Cibber's Double gallant und seine quellen.
Physical description: , 90,  p. 17 cm.
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|Dix Dublin n.d. [1735? 1740?]||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|