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Songs of the Late Charles Dibdin: With a Memoir. George Cruikshank, Thomas Frognall Dibdin, Charles Dibdin.
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Home Dibdin, Charles A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH STAGE. Five volume set. A complete history of the english stage. Dibdin, Charles. Published by Printed for the Author, and sold by him at his warehouse, Leicester Place, Leicester Square, London, 1800. Condition: Very good condition Hardcover. Title: A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH STAGE. Publisher: Printed for the Author, and sold by him at his warehouse, Leicester Place, Leicester Square, London. Book Condition: Very good condition.
Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin (17 October 1768 – 15 January 1833), or Charles Pitt or Charles Dibdin the younger, as he was professionally known, was an English dramatist, composer, writer and theatre proprietor. He was perhaps best known for his proprietorship of the Sadler's Wells Theatre and for the pantomimes and satirical farces that he wrote, and which were staged at many theatres across London.
A Complete History of the Stageby Charles Dibdin. Lectures on the History of Literatureby Thomas Carlyle. The Need and Use of Getting Irish Literature Into the English TongueAn Addressby Stopford A. Brooke. Vol. 4. A Complete History of the Stage. The Medical and Physical Journal, 1801Containing the Earliest Information on Subjects of Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacy, Chemistry, and Natural History, and a Critical Analysis of All New Books in Those Departments of Literatureby T. Bradley. Natures EmbassieDivine and Morall Satyres; Shepheards Tales, Both Parts; Omphale; Odes, or Philomels Tears, &Cby Richard Brathwaite.
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