The stage-coach opera (1719) :
as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants /
written originally by Mr. George Farquhar.
|Main Creator:||Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707.|
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Dublin : Printed for Peter Wilson, John Exshaw, and Hutton Bradley, 1761.
Includes 'Song on a trifle'.
An adaptation of Jean de la Chapelle's 'Les carosses d'Orléans', with ballads interspersed.
Also issued as part of: 'The works of the late ingenious Mr. George Farquhar', 8th ed., Dublin, 1755 [1761?].
Four plays bound in one volume.
With: Sir Harry Wildair : being the sequel of the trip to the Jubilee : a comedy ... Dublin : Pr. by S. Powell, for G. Risk, and W. Smith, 1743. (68,  p. ; 12mo) -- The Beaux Stratagem : a comedy. 15th ed. Dublin : Pr. by B. Corcoran, 1766. (80 p. ; 12mo) -- The Recruiting officer : a comedy. Dublin : Pr. by A. M'Culloh, for W. Smith, 1768. (84 p. ; 12mo).
Physical description: 25,  p. ; 12mo