Strolabella a comical romance, [electronic resource] : containing an humourous and diverting history of a company of stroling [sic] players, with an account of the origin, progress, and declension of the vagrantes, or itinerant actors; ... Compiled by a celebrated Hottentot philosopher, ... Brought from the Cape of Good Hope by a Dutch poet, and found in the library of Alexander the copper-smith, now faithfully translated by his pupil and successor Richard the black-smith.
- Cork : printed by George Harrison, 1740.
p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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