2 edition of Sir Paul Pindar and other plays found in the catalog.
Sir Paul Pindar and other plays
Henry Neville Maugham
|Other titles||The mastery of men., The landslip., The husband of poverty., The old and the new.|
|Statement||by Harry Neville Maugham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maugham, Henry Neville. Sir Paul Pindar and other plays. London: G. Richards, (London: Chiswick Press). Excerpt from Sir Paul Pindar, and Other Plays A play, as is often said, exists for the theatre, and I feel that some apology is due for a book containing five long pieces.
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Sir Paul Pindar --The mastery of men --The landslip --The husband of poverty --The old and the new. Series Title: English and American drama of the nineteenth century., English. Title: Sir Paul Pindar, and Other Plays Format: Hardcover Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Publisher: Palala Press Language: English.
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Sir Paul Pindar (–) was a merchant and, from towas Ambassador of King James I of England to the Ottoman Empire. Born in Wellingborough and educated at Wellingborough School Pindar entered trade as the apprentice to an Italian merchant in London.
He later became involved when he received Company Articles to the Ottoman Empire on 27 September The façade of Sir Paul Pindar’s house is an outstanding survival of a London timber-framed house built before the Great Fire of It was built in around by Paul Pindar (?–), a wealthy merchant and diplomat who was knighted in by James I, and returned to settle in England in Paul Pindar was born in Related Questions.
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