Mr. John Lacy, Comedian and Dramatic Writer, in his three Principal Characters. Teague in the Committee, Scruple in the Cheats, and Galliard in the Variety, Died 1681.
Published 1825 by Wm. Smith 24, Lisle Street Leicester Square.
Fine Etching. 349 x 266mm. 13¾ x 10½". Trimmed.
John Lacy (c.1615-1681) was an English comic actor and playwright during the Restoration era, and was the favourite comic of King Charles II. Here he stands as his three principle characters; Teague in "The Committee", Seruple in "The Cheats", and Galliard in the "Variety".
Harvard: Vol III: p.6: i of ii.
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