Immagini della pagina
PDF
ePub

Sampson's (W.) Vow-Breaker, or the Fair Maid of Clifton, &c. sm. 4to. . Lond. 1636 W. (J. The Valiant Scot. sm. 4to.

. ib. 1637 (The Dedication to James Marquesse Hamilton, is signed William Bowyer.) Forde's (John) Fancies Chast and Noble. Fide Honor. 8m. 4to. . ib. 1638 Zouch’s (Dr. ) Sophister, a Comedy. 8m. 4to. .

. ib. 1639 Killigrew's (Henry) Conspiracy, a Tragedy, &c. sm. 4to. . . ib. 1638 Brewer's (Antony) Countrie Girl, a Comedy, by T. B.. 8m. 4to.

ib. 1641 Cowley's (Abraham) Guardian, a Comedy. 8m. 4to. ..

. ib. 1650 See Note to Redgauntlet, vol. i. Mead's (Robert) Combat of Love and Friendship, a Comedy. 8m. 4to. . . ib. 1654 Chamberlain's (William) Love's Victory, a Tragi-Comedy. 8m. 4to. . . ib. 1658 Tatham's (J.) Scotch Figgaries, or a Knot of Knaves, a Comedy. 1652. 12mo. repr. ib. 1735 J. (B.) Tragical History, Admirable Atchievements, and various events of Guy Earl of

Warwick, a Tragedy. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 8m. 4to. . . ib. 1661 Mountague's (W.) Shepheard's Paradise, a Comedy, &c. 8m. 4t). . . ib. 1659 Greene's (George Smith) Oliver Cromwell, an Historical Play, &c. 8vo. . ib. 1752 Dublin Tracts. 1 vol. 12mo. containing,

1. Lawson's (E.) Academic Sportsmen, or, the Seven Wise Men of Gotham. With MS. Key. Dub. 1795

2. Account of Transactions between the Historical Society and Senior Fellows of Trin. Coll. 20.1795 Finlayson's (John) Marches Day: a Dramatic Entertainment of 3 Acts, as annually performed

by the Originals at Linlithgow. 12mo. . . . . Falkirk, 1814

SHELF VIII.

Lilly's (John) Six Court Comedies. 12mo. . . . . Lond. 1632 B. (1.) Rebellion of Naples, or the Tragedy of Massenello, &c. Written by a Gentleman

who was an eye-witnes when this was really acted upon that bloudy stage the streets of Naples, A. D. 1647. (Dedicated by the Author to his cousin, John Caesar, of Hyde Hall, Herts.) 12mo. . . . . . .

. ib. 1649 Shadwell's (Thomas) Works. 4 vols. 12mo. . . . . . ib. 1720 Lee's (Nathaniel) Dramatic Works. 3 vols. 12mo.

ib. 1734 See PROSE Works, vol. vi. p. 357. Suckling's (Sir John) Works. 2 vols. 12mo. .

ib. 1770 Wycherley's (William) Dramatic Works. cr. 8vo. .

. ib. 1768 Southerne's (Thos.) Plays, now first collected. With his Life, &c. 3 vols. 12mo. ib. 1774

See Prose WORKS, vol. i. p. 203 ; vol. vi. p. 368. Vanbrugh's (Sir John) Plays. 2 vols. cr. 800..

. ib..1776 See Prose Works, vol. vi. pp. 361-2. Lillo's (George) Works. With his Life. 2 vols. 12mo.

· · · ib. 1775 See PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. pp. 370-72. Steele's (Sir Richard) Dramatic Works. 12mo.

. ib. 1723

Behn's (Mrs.) Plays. 3d edit. 4 vols, 12mo..

Lond: 1724 Lansdowne's (George Lord) Genuine Works, in Prose and Verse. 3 vols. 12mo. ib. 1736 Ruggle, ( Ignoramus, Comedia, &c. With MS. key and note. 12mo. Westmon. 1737 Lennox's (Mrs. Charlotte) Shakspeare Illustrated : or the Novels and Histories on which his

Plays are founded. Collected and translated from the Original Authors. 2 vols. 12mo. ib. 1753 Cooke's (William) Memoirs of Samuel Foote, Esq. &c. With three Dramatic Pieces not pub

lished in his Works. 3 vols. 12mo. . . . . . . ib. 1805 Davis's (J. F.) Laou-Sing-Urh, or an Heir in his Old Age, a Chinese Drama. 12mo. ib. 1817 Hillhouse's (J. M.) Percy's Masque, a Drama. 12mo. . . . New York, 1820 Barker's (J. N.) Marmion, or the Battle of Flodden Field, a Drama, in 5 Acts, performed at the Theatres, Philadelphia and New York. 12mo. . .

. ib. 1816 Impey's (E. B.) Cumnor: or the Bugle Horn, a Tragedy, (taken from Kenilworth,) with other Dramatic Dialogues, and Miscellaneous Poems. 12mo.

. Lond. 1822 Cunningham's (A.) Sir Marmaduke Maxwell, a Dramatic Poem, &c. 1st edit. 12mo, ib. 1822

SHELF IX.

COLLECTION OF OLD Plays, first or early editions, in 4to. bound in boards. 2 vols. Dryden (John) Sixteen Plays by, (out of the 27 written by him) with the following Plays, &c. in addition. 2 vols. 1. Of Dramatic Poesie, an Essay. ..

[1668] 2. Vindication of the Duke of Guise, &c.

1683 3. The Mistaken Husband, a Comedie, (of which D. is said to have written one Scene.) . 1675 4. Fletcher's Pilgrim, with alterations and additions by Dryden, the last of his works. . 1700 5. Dryden, jun.'s (John) Husband his own Cuckold, a Comedy ; with Preface by Dryden. 1696 6. Duffett's (T.) The Mock Tempest, or the Enchanted Castle.

1675 Shadwell, (Thomas) Sixteen Tragedies and Comedies by, .

ib. 1668-1704 See Prose Works, vol. i. pp. 222-37. Lee, (Nathaniel) Ten Tragedies by, i

ib. 1675-1708 Etherege, (Sir George) Three Comedies by,

ib. 1676-97 Buckingham, (George Villiers, Duke of) Two Plays by,

ib. 1672-92 Motteux, (P.) Three Plays by,

ib. 1696-1705 Ravenscroft, (Edward) Five Comedies and One Tragedy by, . . ib. 1672-98

See Prose WORKS, vol. i. pp. 136-39. Howard's (Hon. Edward, James, and Sir Robert) Six Plays by,

ib. 1668-1710 Hopkins, (Charles) Three Tragedies by,

ib. 1695-1700 Banks, (John) Four Tragedies by, . .

ib. 1677-94 Tate, (Nahum) Five Tragedies by, .

ib. 1678-1707 Settle, (Elkanah) Six Plays by,

ib. 1673-94 See Prose Works, vol. i. pp. 159-65, and 230-37. Southerne (Thomas) Seven Plays by, .

. . . ib. 1682-1700

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

Crowne, (John) Nine Plays by,

See PROSE WORKS, vol. i. pp. 165-6.
Rowe, (Nicholas) Six Plays by,

See PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. p. 368.
D'Urfey, (Thomas) Fourteen Plays by,
Behn, (Mrs. Aphra) Ten Plays by,
Dennis, (John) Six Plays by, .
Johnson, (Charles) Six Plays by,
Trotter, (Mrs.) Four Plays by,
Taverner, (William) Two Comedies by,
Sedley, (Sir Charles) Three Plays by,
Powell, (George) Four Plays by,
Burnaby, (Charles) Four Plays by,
Gildon, (Charles) Four Plays by,
Shadwell, (Charles) Two Comedies by,
Theobald, (Lewis) Two Tragedies by, .
Twenty Old Plays, by anonymous Authors. In 2 vols. containing,
Vol. I. 1. The Muse of Newmarket, &c.; being 3 Farces, viz. :

2. The Merry Milkmaid of Islington.
3. Love Lost in the Dark, &c.

4. The Politick Whore, &c. .
5. The Rampart Alderman, a Farce.
6. Piso's Conspiracy, a Tragedy.
7. Romulus and Hersilia, a Tragedy.
8. The Tragedy of King Saul. .
9. Siege and Surrender of Mons, a Tragi-Comedy.
10. Triumphs of Virtue, a Tragi-Comedy. ..

11. Win Her and take Her, a Comedy. . II. 12. Wits led by the Nose, &c. a Tragi-Comedy.

13. The Apparition, a Comedy, (by W. Chamberlaine.
14. Cinna's Conspiracy, a Tragedy. .
15. The Different Widows, &c. a Comedy. .
16. The Faithful General, a Tragedy.
17. The Fashionable Lover, &c. a Comedy.
18. The Fatal Divorce, a Tragedy.
19. Feigu'd Friendship, a Comedy.
20. Injur'd Love, or the Lady's Satisfaction, a Comedy. (? by N. Tate.)

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

SHELF X.
Otway's (Thomas) Ten Plays, original editions, including both first and second of “Don

Carlos," and the Play of “ Heroick Friendship," 1719, attributed, but falsely, to him. 1 vol.

4to. . . . . . . . . . 1675-1719 Vanbrugh's (Sir John) Five Plays, early editions. 1 vol. 4to. ..

1702-9

Collection of Old Plays, (78,) many of them published anonymously. Arranged alphabetically

according to the Authors' names. 7 vols. 4to. Vol. I. (A. B.) 1. Addison's (Joseph) Cato, Tragedy.

1713 2. Arrowsmith's ( Reformation, Comedy.

1673 3. Bailey's (Ab.) Spightful Sister, Comedy.

1667 4. Baker's (Thomas) Fine Lady's Airs, Comedy.

(1709) 5. Bancroft's (John) Henry II. King of England, Tragedy.

1693 6. Bladen's (Captain M.) Solon, Tragi-Comedy.

1705 7. Brady's (Dr.) Rape, Tragedy. . . .

1692 8. Breval's ( ) Play is the Plot, Comedy.

1718 9. Bullock's (Christ.) Woman is a Riddle, Comedy. .

1717 II. (C. D.) 10. Caryl's (J.) English Princess, Tragedy. .

1667 11. — Sir Salomon, Comedy. (Molière's Ecole des Femmes.)

1671 12. Corey's (John) Cure for Jealousy, Comedy.

1701 13. — Metamorphosis, Comedy.

1704 14. Cotton's (Charles) Horace, (from Corneille,) Tragedy.

1671 15. Craufvırd's (David) Courtship à la Mode, Comedy. ..

1700 16. Dancer's (J.) Nicomede, Tragi-Comedy, (from Corneille.) With a List of English Plays, to this date, at the end.

1671 17. — Agrippa, Tragedy, (from Quinault.) .

1675 18. Davenant's (Charles) Circe, a Tragedy. .

1677 19. Dilke's (Thomas) Lover's Luck, Comedy. .

1696 20. Dogget's (Thomas) Country Wake, Comedy.

(1696) III. (E-G.) 21. Estcourt's (Richard) Fair Example, Comedy.

1706 22. Fane's (Sir F.) Love in the Dark, Comedy.

1675 23. — Sacrifice, Tragedy. 2d edit.

1687 24. Filmer's (Dr. E.) Unnatural Brother, Tragedy.

1697 25. Gay's (John) Wife of Bath, Comedy. .

1713 26. Goring's (Charles) Irene, Tragedy.

1708 27. Gould's (Robert) Rival Sisters, Tragedy. .

1696 28. Granville's (George Lord Lansdoune) She-Gallants, Comedy.

1696 29. — Heroick Love, Tragedy. . .

1698 IV. (H. J.) 30. Harris's (Joseph) City Bride, Comedy. .

1696 31. Hemming's (W.) Eunuch, Tragedy.

1687 32. Hill's (Aaron) Elfrid, Tragedy, and Walking Statue, a Farce.

(1710) 33. — Fatal Vision, Tragedy. .. .

1716 34. Higden's (Henry) Wary Widow, Comedy,

1693 35. Higgons's (Bevill) Generous Conqueror, Tragedy. 36. Horden's (H.) Neglected Virtue, Play. . 37. Jevon's (Thomas) Devil of a Wife, Farce.

1695 38. Johnson's (Samuel) Hurlothrumbo, Farce.

1729 39. Joyner's (William) Roman Empress, Tragedy.

1671 V. (L-N.) 40. Lacy's (John) Sauny the Scot, Comedy.

1708 41. - Old Troop, or Mons. Raggou, Comedy.

1672 Soe POETICAL WORKB, vol. ix. pp. 135, 186; Note to Woodstock. 42. Leanard's (John) Counterfeits, Comedy. ..

[1679] 43. Manley's (Mrs.) Lucius, Tragedy.

1717

.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

1702

1696

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

.

.

.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

1707

50.

vers. Comedy.

[ocr errors]

1696

1670

[ocr errors]

Vol. V. (L-N.) 44. Manning's (Fr.) Generous Choice, Comedy.

1700 45. Medbourne's (M.) Tartuffe, &c. Comedy (from Molière.) 46. Moore's (Sir T.) Maugora, Tragedy.

1718 47. Mountfort's (W.) Injured Lovers, Tragedy.

1688 · 48. — Female Wits, Comedy. .

1704 49. Newcastle's (Duke of) Triumphant Widow, Comedy.

1677 - Humorous Lovers, Comedy.

1677 51. Norton's ( Pausanias, Tragedy. . VI. (O-R.) 52. Oldmixon's (J.) Governor of Cyprus, Tragedy.

1703 53. Orrery's (Earl of) As you find it, Comedy.

1703 54. Payne's (Nevil) Fatal Jealousie, Tragedy.

1673 55. - Siege of Constantinople, Tragedy. .

1675 56. Pordage's (Samuel) Siege of Babylon, Tragedy.

1678 57. Porter's (T.) Villain, Tragedy. .

1694 58. Rawlins's (T.) Tom Essence, Comedy. .

1677 59. Rhodes's (R.) Flora's Vagaries, Comedy. 60. Rivers's ( ) Traytor, Tragedy. .

1692 61. Rochester's (Earl of) Valentinian, Tragedy.

1685 62. Rymer's (T.) Edgar, Tragedy. . .

1687 VII. (8-W.) 63. St. Serfe's (Thomas) Tarugo's Wiles, Comedy.

1668 64. Scott's (Thomas) Mock Marriage, Comedy.

1696 65. — Unhappy Kindness, Comedy.

1697 66. Smith's (Edward) Phaedra and Hippolitus, Tragedy.

1709 67. Steeles (Sir Richard) Lying Lover, Comedy.

1704 68. — Tender Husband, Comedy.

1705 69. Swiney's (Owen) Camilla, Opera.

1706 70. Trapp's (J.) Abbra-Muli, Tragedy.

1704 71. Tuke's (Sir Samuel) Adventures of Five Hours, Tragi-Comedy.

1671 72. Walker's (T.) Wit of a Woman, Comedy. 73. West's (Richard) Hecuba, Tragedy. .

1726 74. Weston's (Jo.) Amazon Queen, Tragi-Comedy.

1667 75. Wilkinson's (Richard) Vice Reclaimed, Comedy.

1703 76. Wilson's (J.) Cheats, Comedy. Written in 1662. 4th edit. .

1693 77. Wright's (Thomas) Female Virtuosos, Comedy. .

1693 78. The same. (Differing only in the title from preceding.)

1721 Congreve's (William) Five Plays, original editions, including two of the Double Dealer. 1 vol. 4to. · · ·

1693-1706 See PROSE WORKS, VÓI. vi. pp. 360_1. Wycherley's (William) Four Plays, early editions, including two of the Plain Dealer. 1 vol. 4to.

1683-1709 . . See PROSE WORK8, volvi. p. 362.. Farquhar's (George) Seven Plays, early editions. 1 vol. 4to. . . 1699-1707

See PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. p. 361. Pix's (Mrs. Mary) Six Plays, early editions.—Sir John Vanbrugh's False Friend, a Comedy, 1702. (Not included in the volume of his Plays, p. 219.) 1 vol. 4to. 1696-1701

1705

« IndietroContinua »