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1 Crisp, Samuel. Virginia. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty"s Servants.
London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson, and S. Draper, 1754. 
Octavo. [viii], 74, [ii]pp. [A] 4, B8-E8, F6. First edition. ESTC states that there were two variants, one with the press figure 8 on p. 68 and on without the press figure. This is the variant with the press figure. Priority is not known. C2 (pp. 19-20) is a cancel in virtually all copies: an alteration was made in the first line of text. The first line of page 19 in the cancellandum reads: "Come then, sweet God of wishes, fill this bosom," whereas the corrected state of the same line in the cancellans reads: "Come then, sweet God of love, and crown my wishes." Modern quarter calf over marbled boards. Nicoll III; 249 ESTC T50925; Stratman 1302. Stratman, English Tragedy, 1302: "most scholars, such as Nicoll, Macmillan, and Stone, ascribe the play to Henry Crisp, although the DNB and the CBEL ascribe the play to Samuel Crisp." David Garrick contributed the prologue and epilogue. 
Price: 400.00 USD
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