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Dissuasive from the play-house
Bound with His A defence of the Short view of the profaneness and immorality of the English stage. London, 1705.
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Lord Darcey was sitting in the window, a book in his hand;--he came forward as Sir James introduc'd me, who said, _Now_, my Lord, the company of _this_ young Lady will make your Lordship's time pass more agreeably, than it could have done in the conversation of two old peopleMy spirits were flutter'd; I really don't recollect his reply;. Let’s Play House. Quack Quack being Dragged into Drag and forced to play as the "daughter". He keeps trying to get rid of the bow Kaeloo forces him to wear, but she makes him wear it anyway. At one point, Quack Quack runs around with Kaeloo chasing him to make him wear the bow. Mr. Cat, who is Quack Quack's father, in the game, takes note of.
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The technical details are discussed in detail (path Cited by: Mr. Collier's Dissuasive from the play-house: in a letter to a person of quality, occasion'd by the late calamity of the tempest. To which is added, a letter written by another hand ; in answer to some queries sent by a person of quality, relating to the irregularities charged upon the stage.
When, inCollier published ‘A Dissuasive from the Play-house, by way of letter to a Person of Quality,’ Dennis replied with ‘The Person of Quality's Answer to Mr. Collier: containing a Defence of a regular Stage.’ Dennis's chief critical work appeared inas ‘The Advancement and Reformation of Modern Poetry.
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Jeremy Collier – Mr Collier's Dissuasive from the Play-House; William Dampier – A Voyage to New Holland, &c. in the Year ; Daniel Defoe. A Brief Explanation of a Late Pamphlet, entitled, The Shortest Way with the Dissenters; A Dialogue Between a Dissenter and the Observator; A Hymn to the Funeral Sermon; Hymn to the Pillory.
Collier's Dissuasive from the Play-House; In a Letter to a Person of Quality, Occasion'd by the Late Calamity of the Tempest Jeremy Collier Published by Gale Ecco, Print Editions (). Collier wrote A Dissuasive from the Play House, which was answered by Dennis, and the Lord Chamberlain ordered that all plays must be licensed by the Master of the Revels, who was not to pass anything not strictly agreeable to religion and good manners.
At that time, it should be remembered, the play began about five, and ended at eight, "for. A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the Colonies, from the slave trade to Africa shewing the contradiction this trade bears, both to laws divine and provincial, the disadvantages arising from it, and advantages from abolishing it, both to Europe and Africa, particularly to Britain and the plantations, also shewing how to put this trade to Africa on a just and lawful footing.
[Jeremy Collier], Mr. Collier's Dissuasive from the Play-House; in a Letter to a Person of Quality, Occasion'd by the Late calamity of the Tempest (London, ), 9.
Evil and Danger, ' A Second Defence of the Short View being a Reply to a Book intituled "The Ancient and Modern Stages surveyed"' [by J. Drake],8vo. ' Mr. Collier's Dissuasive from the Play-house in a Letter to a Person of Quality, occasioned by the late Calamity of the Tempest,'8vo, republished together with 'A Letter by another Hand.
A dissuasive from the Play-house. The virtues of Camphire, with directions to the Camphire Tea. A letter dated from Cheapside desire me that I would advise all young wives to make themselves mistresses of Wingate’s Arithmetic, and concludes with a postscript, that he hopes I will not forget The Countess of Kent’s receipts.
the usual play-house type,--a Sir Richard Hurry, who is, of course, as stupid, covetous, proud, and tyrannical and unfeeling, as play-house fathers were then bound to be: but it is a plot of the most commonplace form, turning on the stale trick of a man expecting to be hanged for killing some one who turns out after all to have.
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——A Farther Vindication of the Short View of the Profaneness and Immorality of the English Stage, In which the Objections of a late Book, Entituled, A Defence of Plays are consider’d. A dissuasive from the Play-house. The virtues of Camphire, with directions to the Camphire Tea.
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) the reception of Queen Margaret, wife of H. 6, who came to Coventry (and I think, with her, her young Son, Prince Edward) on .John Dennis ( - 6 January ) was an English poet, literary critic, and playwright.
Denham, son of a saddler, was born in London, and educated at Harrow and Caius College, Cambridge, from the latter of which he was expelled for stabbing a fellow-student, and transferred himself to Trinity Hall. He attached himself to the Whigs, in whose interest he wrote several bitter and vituperative.The book to be printed in thirty octavo sheets, price five shillings.
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