Author: John Malcolm
Title: The usefulness of the stage to religion, and to government : shewing the advantage of the drama in all nations since its first institution. With an account of the rise and progress of the play-houses ... Also a distinction between the stage and the press, ..
Publisher: London : printed for, and sold by Thomas Harper at the Angel near the Sun-Tavern in Fleet-Street ; a
Subject (keywords, tags): Theater and society -- Great Britain
Boston Public Library (Rare Book Dept.) copy bound with 6 other tracts in a volume with the spine title: Controversial tracts on the theatre. This volume includes: [no.1]: The usefulness of the stage to religion, and to government. -- [no.2]: Hardyknute : a fragment / Elizabeth Wardlaw. -- [no.3]: Attempte to rescue that aunciente, English poet, and play-wrighte, Maister Williaume Shakespere / by a gentleman formerly of Greys-Inn. -- [no.4]: A scheme for having an Italian opera in London, of a new taste. -- [no.5]: An answer to that important question, whether it is lawful for the professors of the Christian religion to go to plays? -- [no.6]: Critical reflections on the old English dramatick writers : intended as a preface to the works of Massinger. -- [no.7]: An essay on the learning of Shakespeare : addressed to Joseph Cradock, Esq. / by Richard Farmer
Contributor: Boston Public Library
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