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Memoirs of the life of Charles Macklin :principally compiled from his own papers and memorandums; which contain his criticisms on, and characters and anecdotes of Betterton, Booth, Wilks, Cibber, Garrick, Barry, Mossop, Sheridan, Foote, Quin, and most of his contemporaries; together with his valuable observations on the drama, on the science of acting, and on various other subjects: the whole forming a comprehensive but succinct history of the stage, which includes a period of one hundred years ; in two volumes. 2

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek -- Biogr. 685 m-2