A general history of the stage, from its origin.
|Secondary Title||In which the several theatres of Europe, Those Particularly of Italy, Spain, France, England, Holland, Flanders, and Germany, with Regard to their Excellencies and Defects, are critically compared with each other; the Various Management of them Described; and the Characters, Manners, and Persons of the Principal Performers considered. Together with two essays; on the art of speaking in public, and a comparison between the antient and modern drama. Translated from the eminent Lewis Riccoboni.|
|Author||Riccoboni, Luigi, 1676-1753|
|Publisher||W. Owen at Temple Bar, and Lockyer Davis near Salisbury Court in Fleet Street|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CW0114687753|