Trick for Trick, or The Admiral's Daughter
Trick for Trick, or The Admiral's Daughter is an English farce in two acts by an anonymous author.
The original text
First performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden on 2 July 1812 as a benefit for Miss S. Booth. Published by John Miller, London, 1812
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1828: Produced in the African Theatre, Cape Town by the English Theatrical Amateur Company on 9 May, as a benefit for Mrs Black, with an interlude called Reformation (Anon.) and The Mogul Tale, or The Descent of the Balloon (Mrs Inchbald).
Facsimile version of the 1812 publication, Google eBook
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