A cure for the spleen. Or Amusement for a winter's evening; [electronic resource] : being the substance of a conversation on the times, over a friendly tankard and pipe. : Between Sharp,-- a country parson. Bumper,-- a country justice. Fillpot,-- an inn-keeper. Graveairs,-- a deacon. Trim,-- a barber. Brim,-- a Quaker. Puff,-- a late representative. / Taken in short hand, by Sir Roger De Coverly. ; [Two lines from Horace]

De Coverly, Roger, Sir, 1728-1796., author
[Boston] America: : [publisher not identified], Printed and sold in the year MDCCLXXV. [1775]
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 14454.
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United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Drama.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783 -- Drama.
Plays -- 1775.
Place of Publication:
United States Massachusetts Boston.
"Sir Roger De Coverly" is identified as Jonathan Sewall by F.P. Hill, who suggests Boston as place of publication.
Also published under title: The Americans roused, in a cure for the spleen.
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Hill, F.P. Amer. plays, 261
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