A loyal effusion [microform] : consisting of dialogue, music & spectacle to conclude with a song & chorus in honor of His Majesty's birth-day. 1794.

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Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. A loyal effusion [microform] : consisting of dialogue, music & spectacle to conclude with a song & chorus in honor of His Majesty's birth-day.

A loyal effusion [microform] : consisting of dialogue, music & spectacle to conclude with a song & chorus in honor of His Majesty's birth-day. 1794.

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Dibdin was an English dramatist, actor and songwriter. His son Charles Isaac Mungo Pitt wrote plays and pantomimes and was for some time proprietor and manager of Sadler's Wells Theatre. A younger son, Thomas John Pitt, also took the name Dibdin about 1800. Thomas composed some 2,000 songs in the style of the elder Dibdin; his most successful dramatic work was the pantomime of Mother Goose. From the description of Papers, 1776-1831. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122521518 C...

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