The author's name also occurs as "McNally", "Macnally" or "Mac Nally" in some sources.
The original text
First performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden by the author. Originally published in London by F. Blyth, and S. Bladon, 1782
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1863: Performed as Retaliation, or Tit for Tat and billed as a "Dialogue Entertainment, in Two Parts" in the Theatre Royal, Cape Town, during March by a company consisting of J.F. Finlayson, Mr Bowmer and Madame Bowmer, The Bowmers portraying a range of transformation roles in the piece. Also performed were selections from Il Trovatore ("with Scenery, Chorus and Effects").
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