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SOANE, George (1790--1860)
The peasant of Lucern, a melo-drama, in three acts. By George Soane, A.B.
London: printed by W. McDowall, and published for the author, by C. Chapple, 1815.
vii, [1], 88 p. ; 22.5 cm. (8º)

'Songs, &c'. without music: p. [71]--88. Advertisement on a slip reading 'Early in October will be published, The Modern Stage, a Poetical Satire, ...' tipped in, presumably as issued. The advertisement is announced in a footnote at the end of the preface, in which George Soane also complains of the iniquities of his treatment at the hands of the managers of Covent Garden theatre and of his father.

Copy Notes Bound (2) with Charles Dibdin Junior, The farmer's wife, 1814 (q.v.), another drama by George Soane, The Hebrew, 1820 (q.v.), and James Haynes, Conscience, 1812 (q.v.).

Binding C19th half calf, blind double-ruled borders, marbled-paper boards, gilt-ruled spine.

Reference Number 3735


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