Court and no country.
A seri-tragi-comi-farcical entertainment, (not acted but once, these twenty years.) Wherein are occasionally exhibitted, the groans of the barracks. Or, the history of Sir Arthur Vantrype, ... By the author of The groans of Ireland, ...
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London : printed next door to the sign of the church, with Sodom and Gomorrah in the pulpit, 1753.
A satire on the misappropriation of the money voted for repairing the barracks.
Sir Arthur Vantrype = Arthur Jones Nevill.
Half-title in the form of an advertisement: 'By special command. For the benefit of Eutopia. Now in rehearsal and will be perform'd, ... Court and no country; ...'; this leaf was also issued separately.
On page 51: 'The second part of this farce will be publish'd after the Crisis.'. Part 2 entitled: 'The second part of a seri-tragi-comi-farcical entertainment'. - Horizontal chain lines.
Physical description: 51,p. ; 8⁰.
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