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A select collection of old plays : in twelve volumes ; with additional notes and corrections

Author: Isaac Reed; Robert Dodsley; Octavius Gilchrist; John Payne Collier
Publisher: London : Septimus Prowett, 1825-27.
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Reed, Isaac, 1742-1807.
Select collection of old plays.
London : Septimus Prowett, 1825-27
(OCoLC)609578015
Online version:
Reed, Isaac, 1742-1807.
Select collection of old plays.
London : Septimus Prowett, 1825-27
(OCoLC)609578026
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Reed; Robert Dodsley; Octavius Gilchrist; John Payne Collier
OCLC Number: 2075486
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 12 volumes ; 20 cm
Contents: I. Advertisement to the present condition.--Mr. Reed's preface.--Mr. Dodsley's preface.--Historia histrionica [by James Wright]--God's promises [by John Bale]--The four P's [by John Heywood]--Ferrex and Porrex [by Thomas Norton and Thomas Sackville]--Damon and Pithias [by Richard Edwards]--New custome.-II. Gammer Gurton's needle.--Alexander and Campaspe [by John Lyly]--Tancred and Gismunda [by Robert Wilmot]--Cornelia [by Robert Garnier, tr. by Thomas Kyd]--Edward II. [by Christopher Marlowe] -III. George a Greene, the pinner of Wakefield.--Jeronimo. Part the first.--The Spanish tragedy [by Thomas Kyd]--The honest whore, pt. I-II [by Thomas Dekker] -IV. The malcontent [by John Marston]--All fools [by George Chapman]--Eastward hoe [by George Chapman, John Marston and Ben Jonson]--The revenger's tragedy [by Cyril Tourneur]--The dumb knight [by Lewis Machin and Gervase Markham].-V. The miseries of inforced marriage [by George Wilkins]--Lingua: or, The combate of the Tongue and the Five Senses [by Thomas Tomkis]--The merry devil of Edmonton.--A mad world, my masters [by Thomas Middleton]--Ram-alley; or, Merry tricks [by Lodowick Barry] -VI. The roaring girle [by Thomas Middleton]--The widow's tears [by George Chapman]--The white devil [by John Webster]--The hog hath lost his pearl [by Robert Tailor]--The four prentises of London [by Thomas Heywood] -VII. Greenes Tu quoque [by John Cooke]--Albumazar [by Thomas Tomkis]--A woman kill'd with kindness [by Thomas Heywood]--A match at midnight [by William Rowley]--Fuimus Troes. The true Trojans [by Jasper Fisher] -VIII. The wounds of civil war [by Thomas Lodge]--The heir [by Thomas May]--Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay [by Robert Greene]--The Jew of Malta [by Christopher Marlowe]--The wits [by Sir William D'Avenant]. IX. Summer's last will and testament [by Thomas Nash]--Microcosmus [by Thomas Nabbes]--The Muse's looking-glass [by Thomas Randolph]--The city-match [by Jasper Mayne]--The Queen of Arragon [by William Habington] -X. The antiquary [by Shackerley Marmion]--The goblins [by Sir John Suckling]--The ordinary [by William Cartwright]--The jovial crew; or, The merry beggars [by Richard Brome]--The old couple [by Thomas May] -XI. The chronicle of Edward the First [by George Peele]--The mayor of Quinborough [by Thomas Middleton]--Grim, the collier of Croydon.--The city night-cap [by Robert Davenport]--The parson's wedding [by Thomas Killigrew] -XII. The adventures of five hours [by Sir Samuel Tuke]--Elvira [by George Digby]--The widow [by Ben Jonson, John Fletcher and Thomas Middleton]--Chichevache and Bycorne [by John Lydgate]--The Worlde and the Chylde.--Apius and Virginia.--Chronological list of the plays in this collection.--Additional notes.--Index.
Responsibility: by the late Issaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist and the editor.

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