3 edition of Fashionable levities, a comedy found in the catalog.
Fashionable levities, a comedy
by printed by William Porter, for the Company of Booksellers in Dublin
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Fashionable levities, a comedy: In five acts. By Leonard Macnally, Esq. [Leonard MacNally]. SCENE II.— A Grotto: Constance discover'd sitting, sleeping, with a hand|kerchief overher face—a book near her. ebook version of Fashionable levities, a comedy: In five acts.
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Fashionable levities by Leonard MacNally The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated Pages: From tomorrow, until Christmas Eve, I will be publishing a daily blog post a comedy book my 12 Days of Criminal Christmas series.
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He is regarded as having helped. He was a good actor in comedy, taking parts such as Hardcastle, Justice Woodcock, Sir Anthony Absolute, Tony Lumpkin, Malvolio, Touchstone, Falstaff, Ben in 'Love for Love,' Scapin, Shylock, Fluellen, Polonius, Sir Pertinax Macsycophant, and Sir Hugh Evans.
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