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The British theatre; or, A collection of plays, which are acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Haymarket ...

Author: Inchbald, Mrs.
Publisher: London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808.
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British theatre; or, A collection of plays.
London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808
(OCoLC)571836659
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Inchbald, Mrs.
OCLC Number: 360349
Notes: A collection of 125 plays, each with special t.p. and separate paging; the engraved frontispieces of most of the plays are variously dated from 1800 to 1817.
Description: 25 volumes plates 16 cm
Contents: v. 1 Shakespeare, W.: Comedy of errors.--Romeo and Juliet.--Hamlet.-King John.--Richard III. v. 2 Shakespeare, W.: Henry IV, pt. 1-2.--Merchant of Venice.--Henry V.--Much ado about nothing. v. 3 Shakespeare, W.: As you like it.--Merry wives of Windsor.--Henry VIII.--Measure for measure.--Winter's tale. v. 4 Shakespeare, W.: King Lear.--Cymbeline.--Macbeth.--Julius Caeser.--Anthony and Cleopatra. v. 5 Shakespeare, W.: Coriolanus.--Othello.--Tempest.--Twelfth night.--Jonson, B.: Every man in his humor. v. 6 Fletcher, J.: Rule a wife and have a wife.--The changes.--Massinger, P.: New way to pay old depts.--Lee, N.: Alexander the Great.--Dryden, J.: All for love.--v. 7 Southerne, T.: Isebella.--Oroonoko.--Racine, J.B.: Distressed mother.--Voltaire, F.M.A. de.: Zara.--Brooke, H.: Gustavus Vasa. v. 8 Farquhar, G.: The constant couple.--The inconstant.--The recruiting officer.--The beaux stratagem.--Addison, J.: Cato. v. 9 Vanbrugh, Sir J.: Provoked wife.--Provoked husband.---Cibber, C.: Love makes a man.--She wou'd and she wou'd not.--Careless husband. v. 10 Rowe, N.: Tamerlane.--Fair penitent.--Jane Shore.--Lady Jane Grey.--Hughes, J.: Siege of Damascus. v. 11 Centlivre, Susanna, Mrs.: The busy body.--The wonder!--Bold stroke for a wife.--Lillo, G.: George Barnwell.--Fatal curiosity. v. 12 Otway, T.: The orphan.--Venice preserved.--Steele, R., Sir: The conscious lovers.--Young, E.: The revenge.--Gay, J.: Beggar's opera. v. 13 Congreve, W.: Love for love.--Mourning bride.--Voltaire, F.M.A. de.: Mahomet.--Thomson, J. Tancred and Sigismunda.--Hoadly, B.--Suspicious husband. v. 14 Macklin, C.: Man of the world.--Moore, E.: The foundling.--The gamester.--Whitehead, W.: The Roman father.--Shirley, W.: Edward the Black Prince. v. 15 Brown, J.: Barbarossa.--Murphy, E.: Way to keep him.--All in the wrong.--Grecian daughter.--Know your own mind. v. 16 Wycherley, W.: The country girl.--Coleman, G.: Jealous wife.--Clandestine marriage.--Hartson, H.: Countess of Salisbury.--Home, J.: Douglas. v. 17 Goldsmith, O.: Goodnatured man.--She stoops to conquer.--Bickerstaffe, I.: Love in a village.--Maid of the mill.--Lionel and Clarissa. v. 18 Cumberland, R.: The brothers.--West Indian.--The Jew.--First love.--The wheel of fortune. v. 19 Francklin, T.: Earl of Warwick.--Sheridan, R.B.B.: The rivals.--The duenna.--Cowley, Hannah, Mrs.: Belle's stratagem.--Bold stroke for a husband. v. 20 Reynolds, F.: The dramatist.--Jephson, R.: Count of Narbonne.--Coleman, G.: Inkle and Yarico.--Battle of Hexham.--Surrender of Calais. v. 21 Coleman, G.: The mountaineers.--The iron chest.--The heir at law.--John Bull.--Poor gentleman. v. 22 O'Keeffe, J.: Castle of Andalusia.--Fontainbleau.--Wild oats.--Burgoyne, J.: The heiress.--Jones, H.: Earl of Essex. v. 23 Inchbald, Elizabeth, Mrs.: Such things are.--Every one has his fault.--Wives as they were.--Kotzebue, A.F.F. von.: Lover's vows.--Inchbald, Elizabeth, Mrs.: To marry, or not to marry. v. 24 Holcroft, T.: Road to ruin.--Deserted daughter.--Kotzebue, A.F.F. von.: The stranger.--Baillie, Joanna.: De Monfort.--Kemble, C.: Point of honour. v. 25 Morton, T.: Way to get married.--Cure for the heart ache.--Speed the plough.--School of reform.--Tobin, J.: Honey moon.
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