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Fri Mar 21 17:12:57 2014 UTClccn-n830611720.00Autograph letter signed from John Hoadly to William Bowyer0.780.96Arden of Feversham an historical tragedy in five acts /64272156n 83061172945377lccn-n81022395Greene, Maurice1696-1755cmplccn-n79081916Lillo, George1693-1739lccn-n86130322Linley, Thomas1756-1778np-moses$biblical leaderMoses(Biblical leader)lccn-n87103915Johnstone, H. Diackedtlccn-n50033687Miller, James1706-1744trllccn-n50040010Arden, Thomas-1551lccn-no00019703Overbeck, Peteredtlccn-n80126267Voltaire1694-1778lccn-n81070657Hoadly, Benjamin1676-1761Hoadly, John1711-1776DramaMusicHistoryManuscriptsSpurious and doubtful worksVerse drama, EnglishArden, Thomas,Moses--(Biblical leader)Operas--ScoresPastoral music (Secular)Pastoral drama, EnglishChurch of EnglandClarke, Samuel,TheologyMuḥammad,--Prophet,English drama (Tragedy)Lillo, George,Scanderbeg,English dramaMusic--Instruction and studyOperas--LibrettosGreat BritainHoadly, Benjamin,AnthemsOratoriosOratorios--LibrettosChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with orchestraShakespeare, William,Authors, FrenchFrench drama (Tragedy)Garrick, David,Duncombe, John,England--LondonGarrick, Eva Maria,Caesar, L. Julius--(Lucius Julius),Warton, Thomas,Hogarth, William,PortraitsVoltaire,Bowyer, William,Julius Caesar (Shakespeare, William)Theater17111776173417361737174417451746174817511757175917611762176317651766176717691770177117721773177417751776177717781782178317901792179317951806181118151833185318731952195319541955196019611971197619771981198919941995199820002004200520082011264872204783.1AC4ocn043667843ocn057359358ocn032749996ocn040478954ocn269289034ocn002950260ocn658895194ocn858818567ocn681957099ocn659131090ocn003411791ocn079652706ocn3000929413634ocn043667843score20000.73Linley, ThomasThe song of MosesMusic31621ocn509266808file17340.70Hoadly, JohnLove's revenge. A dramatic pastoral. In two interludes. Set to musick by Dr. Greene31217ocn009709141book17620.88Lillo, GeorgeArden of FevershamDrama29926ocn009891427book17440.76Miller, JamesMahomet the impostor A tragedy, as it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-LaneDrama2983ocn057359358score20040.76Greene, MauricePhoebe : a pastoral opera1798ocn009847503book17480.81Greene, MauricePhoebe a pastoral opera1249ocn745050457file17700.76Hoadly, JohnLove's revenge a dramatic pastoral, in two interludes. Written in the year, 1736. Set to music by Dr. Greene. 173712311ocn642561928com17370.76Hoadly, JohnJephtha an oratorio. In two parts. Compos'd by Dr. Greene1178ocn006728524book17730.73Hoadly, BenjaminThe works of Benjamin Hoadly D.D. successively Bishop of Bangor, Hereford, Salisbury, and Winchester. Published by his son John HoadlyHistory983ocn032749996score19950.93Greene, MauriceFlorimel, or, Love's revengeManuscriptsAnalyse: Provenance du manuscrit reproduit: London, British Library, MS R.M. 22d.14867ocn508129821com17440.70Hoadly, JohnThe force of truth. An oratorio. Set to music by Dr. Greene661ocn006961515book17750.76Lillo, GeorgeThe works of Mr. George LilloDrama602ocn040478954rcrd19980.84Linley, ThomasThe song of Moses Let God ariseMusic558ocn009204306book17620.96Lillo, GeorgeArden of Feversham an historical tragedy in five actsDrama245ocn010576415book17770.76Miller, JamesMahomet the impostor A tragedy. Marked with the variations of the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane235ocn014387725book18060.93VoltaireMahomet, the imposter : a tragedy in five actsDrama182ocn006413803book17760.96VoltaireMahomet the imposter : a tragedy as it is acted at the Theatres-royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden121ocn021122030book17630.88Arden of Feversham : an historical tragedy ; taken from Holingshead's Chronicle, in the reign of King Edward VI, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-LaneDramaSpurious and doubtful works111ocn006390969book18150.93HoadlyThe suspicious husband : a comedy74ocn010176942book17440.93Miller, JamesMahomet a tragedyDrama11ocn281630141bookHoadly, JohnCopy of extract of letter from John Hoadly to Dr. WartonManuscriptsDescription of 1757 Hogarth portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Garrick. Note states that the extract is transcribed from John Nichols' Hogarth, quarto, vol. I, p. 212 (Biographical anecdotes of William Hogarth. London : J. Nichols, 1781?)11ocn704376420book1773Hoadly, JohnAutograph letter signed from John Hoadly, St. Mary's, Southampton, to the Rev. Mr. Duncombe, Canterbury, KentWill be returning his papers soon. Comments on the extracts of Mr. Smith's tragedy and parodies certain lines11ocn233649158book1777Reed, IsaacAnecdotes of celebrated personsCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscriptsThis volume contains entries from 24 February 1777 to 2 September 1783. Entry for 11 July 1777 includes an anecdote of Garrick acting a burlesque of Julius Caesar written by Dr. John Hoadly11ocn435414772bookHoadly, JohnAutograph letter signed from John Hoadly to William BowyerDiscusses a bill sent to him from Bowyer, which Hoadly believes to be too highFri Mar 21 15:07:11 EDT 2014batch15000