2 edition of Islington-Wells; or The threepenny-academy found in the catalog.
Islington-Wells; or The threepenny-academy
|Other titles||The threepenny academy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
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In Twelve Books.Richard Ames, Islington Wells; or the Threepenny Academy, Ned Ward, A Walk to Islington with a Description of New Tunbridge Wells and Sadler's Music-house,pp– Jul 07, · It has furnished the subject of numerous poems, plays, songs, and satires.
One of the last, entitled, " Islington Wells or the Threepenny Academy,"shows in a few lines the real purpose of some of the visitors in frequenting the place. A.
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Inin his "Evening," not one of his most successful works, Hogarth introduced a bourgeois holiday-maker and his wife, with Sadler's Wells in the background. In "The Gentlemen's and Ladies' Social Companion," a book of songs published in –6, we find a song on Sadler's Wells, which contained several characteristic verses.
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