2 edition of Proposals offered by Henry Giffard found in the catalog.
Proposals offered by Henry Giffard
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↑ Henry Giffard (–): actor and theater manager of Goodman's Fields when Garrick made his October debut as Richard III. ↑ Covent Garden: Known now and since as the Royal Opera House, this theater opened in as Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, and from to was called the Royal Italian Opera.
GILBERT GIFFORD or GIFFARD (?), Roman catholic spy, belonged to the well-known Roman catholic family seated at Chillington, Staffordshire.
His father, John Gifford (d. ), suffered imprisonment for recusancy. Gilbert is said as a schoolboy to have challenged a schoolfellow to a duel. 2 Quotations from Mathew, David, Catholicism in England (3rd edn., ), p. and from Staffordshire Record Society, 4th series, 2, p respectively.
Anstruther, 3, p gives Giffard’s birth date as ‘c. ’ apparently based on a conjecture on p, and other sources differ as to his age and/or year of birth; however, the latter was recorded as on his memorial Author: J.
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He was baptised at St Laurence's Church in Reading.  He was educated at Reading School and, through a White Scholarship, St John's. The Grub-Street Journal proposals are all described in Hume, Henry Fielding and the London Theatre,n See also Vincent J.
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