The devil to pay: or, the wives metamorphos'd. :
An operatical farce. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. Newly adapted to the stage, with the addition of several new songs.
|Main Creator:||Coffey, Charles, d. 1745.|
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Dublin : Printed for Sarah Cotter, 1760.
Anonymous. By Charles Coffey.
An abridgment into one act by Theophilus Cibber from Coffey's three act version, itself adapted, with help from John Mottley, from Thomas Jevon's 'The devil of a wife'.
Without the music.
Pp. 27-28 both misnumbered 25.
In a different issue "Dublin" has been obscured by a printer's ornament and an initial advertisement leaf for George Risk has been added.
Physical description: 25[i.e.28]p. ; 12mo
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|Dublin 1760(8)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|