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Fifty comedies and tragedies. Written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher Gentlemen. All in one volume. Published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added.

Author: Francis BeaumontJohn FletcherGordon BottomleyEmily BottomleyWilliam SedgwickAll authors
Publisher: London : Printed by J. Macock [and H. Hills] for John Martyn, Henry Herringham, Richard Marriot, MDCLXXIX. [1679]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher; Gordon Bottomley; Emily Bottomley; William Sedgwick; William Marshall
OCLC Number: 1015511273
Notes: Hills' name in imprint from Pforzheimer catalogue.
Frontispiece portrait engraving of Fletcher by W. Marshall.
Errors in pagination: (1st seq.) p. 143 misnumbered 135; (2nd seq.) p. 60-61 misnumbered 59-60; 107-110, 91-94; 112, 121; 202, 102; 207, 107; 210, 212; 292, 293; 293, 292; 297, 304; 299, 297; 304, 297; 424, 422; 426, 447; 431, 442; 459, 462; 462, 459; 476-477, 452-453; 545, 552; 552, 545.
Description: [10], 280, 279-578, 557, [1] pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : frontispiece (portrait) ; 36 cm (fol.)
Contents: 1. The maids tragedy --
2. Philaster, or, Love lies a bleeding --
3. A king or no king --
4. The scornful lady --
5. The custom of the country --
6. The elder brother --
7. The Spanish curate --
8. Wit without money --
9. The beggers bush --
10. The humorous lieutenant --
11. The faithful shepherdess --
12. The mad lover --
13. The loyal subject --
14. Rule a wife, and have a wife --
15. The laws of Candy --
16. The false one --
17. The little French lawyer --
18. The tragedy of Valentinian --
19. Monsieur Thomas --
20. The chances --
21. Rollo, Duke of Normandy --
22. The wild-goose chase --
23. A wife for a month --
24. The lovers progress --
25. The pilgram --
26. The captain --
27. The prophetess --
28. The Queen of Corinth --
29. The tragedy of Bonduca --
30. The knight of the burning pestle --
31. Loves pilgrimage --
32. The double marriage --
33. The maid in the mill --
34. The knight of Malta --
35. Loves cure, or, The martial maid --
36. Women pleased --
37. The night walker, or, Little thief --
38. The womans prize, or, The tamer tamed --
39. The island princess --
40. The noble gentleman --
41. The coronation --
42. The coxcomb --
43. Sea-voyage --
44. Wit at several weapons --
45. The fair maid of the inn --
46. Cupids revenge --
47. Two noble kinsmen --
48. Thierry and Theodoret --
49. The woman-hater --
50. The nice valour, or, The passionate madman --
51. The honest man's fortune --
[52] A mask at Grays-Inn, and the Inner Temple --
[53] Four plays, or, Moral representations.

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