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Gentleman of Cambridge
Lun (Mr., Junior)
Rich, ..
Rich, John
Rich, John (Mr)
Rich, John ((producer))
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Gentleman of Cambridge ([from old catalog])
Theobald, Lewis (1688-1744)
and the Necromancer, or Harlequin Doctor Faustus. As now perform'd, in grotesque characters, at both theatres. Containing the particular tricks incidents, songs, dances, alterations, and additions, throughout both performances. Regularly adjusted into distinct scenes. With the names of the persons of both dramas. -
beggar's pantomime, 1736:, The
John Rich versus Drury Lane, 1954 (a.e.)
Mr. Rich's answer to the many falsities and calumnies advanced by Mr. John Hill, 1739:
or, Harlequin, Doctor Faustus. As perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. The sixth edition. To which is prefix'd, a short account of Doctor Faustus; and how he came to be reputed a magician. -
spirit of contradiction, 1760:, the
stage's glory, 2010:, The
@stage's glory": John Rich, 1692-1761, "The
Vocal parts of an entertainment, called Apollo and Daphne # or, the Burgo-master trick'd. As perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields
Wonderful and surprizing life, and horrid death, of Doctor John Faustus To which is now added, The necromancer; or, Harlequin Doctor Faustus. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden, London. Faithfully translated from the original MS., The