The school for scandal. :
A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre, Smock-Alley, Dublin.
|Main Creator:||Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.|
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[Dublin] : printed for the booksellers, 1793.
Anonymous. By Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan.
With an epilogue.
"Dramatis personæ" contains the character of Sir Toby Bumber; variant has Sir Harry Bumber.
P. 55 misnumbered 5
Bound with: The rivals, a comedy / [by Sheridan] ... Dublin : Printed for Messrs. Exshaw, etc., 1775 (92 p. ; 8vo). (11-14 wanting). The rivals, a comedy / [by Sheridan]. Dublin, Printed for C. Brown, 1793 (12mo). The governess, a comic opera [really Sheridan's "Duenna"]. Dublin, Printed 1777 (12mo). The critic, or, A tragedy rehearsed : a dramatic piece ... Dublin, Printed for Messrs. Sheppard, etc., 1781 (12mo). The school for scandal, a comedy ... / [by Sheridan]. 4th ed. Dublin, Printed 1782 (12mo). A trip to Scarborough, a comedy ... altered from Vanbrugh's relapse, or, Virtue in danger. Dublin, Printed by R. Marchbank, for the company of booksellers, 1781 (12mo).
Physical description: 123, p., plates ; small and 8vo