Isaac Bickerstaffe

Isaac Bickerstaffe or Bickerstaff (26 September 1733 - 1812?) was an Irish playwright and Librettist.

Read more about Isaac Bickerstaffe:  Early Life, Success, Exile, Selected Works

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Tatler - Subsequent Incarnations
... the original printer, continued to produce further issues in 1711 under the "Isaac Bickerstaffe" name from 4 January (No ... In 1753–4, several issues by "William Bickerstaffe, nephew of the late Isaac Bickerstaffe" were published. 1711, with "Donald Macstaff of the North" replacing Isaac Bickerstaffe ...

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