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Full text of "A catalogue of the Allen A. Brown collection of books relating to the stage in the Public Library of the City of Boston"

A CATALOGUE OF THE 

ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION 

OF BOOKS RELATING TO 

THE STAGE 

IN THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE 
CITY OF BOSTON 




BOSTON 

PUBLISHED BY THE TRUSTEP:S 

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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Egan, p., the Elder. The life of an actor [Peregrine Proteus]. Lon- 
don. 1892. Illus. Colored plates. 2573.143 

Elliston, R. W. Copy of a memorial presented to the Lord 
Chamberlain, by the committee of management of the Theatre- 
Royal, Drury-Lane, and by the proprietors of the Theatre-Royal 
Covent-Garden, against the Olympic and Sans Pareil theatres; 
with copies of two letters, in reply by Robert William Elliston. 
London. 1818. **T.76.i28; etc. 

Erle, T. W. Letters from a theatrical scene-painter. Ser. [i,] 2. 
[Anon. London.] 1859, 62. 2 v. in i. **T.48.25; etc. 

Fitzgerald, P. H. A new history of the English stage from the 
Restoration to the liberty of the, theatres, in connection with 
the patent houses. London. 1882. 2 v. 2450.54; **T.76.i5 

Fleay, F. G. a chronicle history of the London stage, 1559-1642. 
London. 1890. 4571.122; **T.75.44 

FooTE, H. A companion to the theatres; and manual of the British 
drama. London. 1829. Plate. **T.79.3o; etc. 

Full and accurate account, A, of the destruction of the Brunswick 
Theatre. With a history of the theatre, and of the introduction 
of theatres in the eastern part of the Metropolis. London. 1828. 
Plate. **T.76.i76 

Gakrick, D. The theatres. A poetical dissection. London. 1772. 
Illus. **T.54.25;etc. 

Ghost of Shakespeare, pseud. Memoirs of the Shakespear's-Head, 
in Covent-Garden: in which are introduced many entertaining 
adventures, and several remarkable characters. London. I755- 
2 V. **G.3934.2 

GiLLiLAND, T. A dramatic synopsis, containing an essay on the 
political and moral use of a theatre; involving remarks on the 
dramatic writers of the present day, and strictures on the per- 
formers of the two theatres. London. 1804. **T.76.59; etc. 

Glover, J. M. Jimmy Glover: his book. London. [i9ii-l Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.56.6o;etc-. 

Gosnell, J. & Co. The graphic theatrical programme. [London. 
187-?] Illus. **T.i4.i2 

Great Britain. Parliament. Reports. Report from the select com- 
mittee on dramatic literature: with the minutes of evidence. 
[London. 1832.] Plans. **T.7i.8; etc. 

Great Britain. Privy Council. Account of the proceedings upon a 
petition for a third theatre in the Metropolis; with the arguments 
of counsel, and copies of all the petitions and documents. Lon- 
don. 1810. **T.76.ii6 

Greenstreet, J. Documents relating to the players at the Red Bull, 
Clerkenwell, and the Cockpit in Drury Lane, in the time of 
James i. (In New Shakspere Society. Transactions. No. 10. 
1880-86. Part III, pp. 459-508. London. 1886.) 

*6552.io.i88o-86;etc. 

Grossmith, W. From studio to stage. New York. 1913. Portraits. 
Plates. 4545-173 

Gruneisen, C. L. The opera and the press. London. i86g. 

No. 3 in **M.i25.8 

Guide, A, to the stage: or, select instructions and precedents from 
the best authorities towards forming a polite audience; with some 
account of the players, &c. London. 1751. No. 5 in *G.3823.i6 

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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Hanley, p. a jubilee of playgoing. [3d edition.] London. 1887. 

**T.97.287 

Haslewood, J. Account of the old London theatres. (In Maidment, 

J., editor. Roxburghe revels, and other relative papers, etc. Pp. 

85-128. Edinburgh. 1837.) **G.284.40 

The secret history of the green room: containing memoirs of 

the actors in the three theatres royal. London. 1792. 2 v. 

**T.57.2i9 

Same. [Selections from the preceding.] Prefixed a sketch of 

the history of the English stage, &c. 1795- **T.57.22o 

Havi^k's-Eye, pseud. The stage of 1871: a reviev\r of plays and players. 

Series i. London. [1871.] **T.97.24o; etc. 

Henslowei papers, being documents supplementary to Henslowe's 

Diary, edited by Walter W. Greg. London. 1907. **G.3927.39 
HiBBERT, H. G. Fifty years of a Londoner's life. With a preface 

by T. P. O'Connor. London. 1916. Portraits. Plates. 4545.151 
Hicks, E. S. Seymour Hicks: twenty-four years of an actor's life. 

By himself. London. 1910. Portrait. 4549.161 ; **T.57.225 

HiFFERNAN, P. The tuucr. [Letter i-]5. London. i754-i755- 5 v. 

in I. No. 14 in **G.3824.i6; etc. 

HoLCROFT, T. Memoirs. Continued to the time of his death, from 

his diary, notes, and other papers. London. 1852. 

65493.134; **T.58.7; etc. 
HOLLINGSHEAD, T. Footlights. [Stories, essays, and sketches.] Lon- 
don. 1883. 2553.59; **T.97.i58 

My lifetime. London. 1895. 2 v. Portrait. **T.57.i74; etc. 

Plain English. London. 1880. **T.77.66 

Theatres. Illus. Portraits. Plate. (In Besant, Sir W. London 

in the nineteenth century. Pp. I93-2I5- London. 1909.) *249i.i6t 

Howard, F., 5th Earl of Carlisle. Thoughts upon the present condition 
of the stage, and upon the construction of a new theatre. Lon- 
don. 1809. **T.96.34o;etc. 
■ Hum, Humphrey, Esq., pseud. Management: a dramatic satire. 
Illustrated with notes, &c., by Paulus Purgantius Pedasculus 
[pseud.]. With an original essay on the science of humbugging, 
from the unpublished M.S. of the late George Alexander Stevens. 
[London. 1826.] Colored plate. **T.96.i8i 

Humphreys, R. The memoirs of J. Decastro, comedian. Anecdotes, 

an analysis of the life of the late Philip Astley. history of the 

Royal Circus, now the Surrey Theatre; and an historical sketch 

of Sadler's Wells; scarce theatrical advertisements. London. 

■ 1824. Portrait. **T.57.295 

Hunt, J. H. L. Critical essays on the performers of the London 
theatres, including general observations on the practise and 
genius of the stage. By the author of the theatrical criticisms in 
the weekly paper called The News. London. 1807. **T.58.96; etc. 

Inchbald, E. Memoirs of Mrs. Inchbald: including her familiar 
correspondence with the most distinguished persons of her time. 
London. 1833. 2 v. Portrait. 4546.2; **T.56.209; etc. 

Jackson, R. Third theatre. The argument of Randle Jackson, Esq. 
before the Lords of the Privy Council, on behalf of the trustees, 
and other parties interested in the late Theatre Royal, Drury 
Lane. With copies of the petition for a charter to erect a third 
theatre in the metropolis. London. 1810. No. 2 in **G.3824.5 

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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Johnson, J. An account of pantomime. The London pantomimes, 
1881-1882. Facsimiles of the earliest announcements of English 
pantomimes, Joey Grimaldi's last speech, and verses on panto- 
mime. [London. 1882.] **T.95.94 

Kelly, M. Reminiscences of Michael Kelly, of the King's Theatre, 
and Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, including a period of nearly 
half a century; with original anecdotes of many distinguished 
persons, political, literary, and musical. London. 1826. 2 v. 
Portrait. **T.57.45i ; etc. 

KiTCHiNER, W. The economy of the eyes. Observations on opera 
glasses and theatres, and an account of the pancratic magnifier. 
London. 1S24. Illus. Plates. Music. 3809.41; etc. 

Knight, J. Theatrical notes. London. 1893. Portrait. 

6585.51 ;**T.45.7 

Lawrence, Sir J. Dramatic emancipation, or strictures on the state 
of the theatres, and the consequent degeneration of the drama. 
{hi Pamphleteer. Vol. 2, pp. 369-305. London. 1813.) 

No. 17 in *6575.i.2 

Leech, A. E. Theatres as they are, physically, quizzically, and 
critically discussed. London. 1848. **T.96.i33 

Letter, A, to my Lord ******* on the present diversions of the 
town. With the true reason of the decay of our dramatic enter- 
tainments. London. 1725. No. 14 in **G.382i.ii 

Letter, to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, respecting the proposed 
introduction of a bill, to repeal so much of the Act of loth Geo. 
IL cap. 28, as requires notice to be sent to the Lord Chamberlain, 
previously to the representation of any new play or entertainment 
of the stage, or any addition to an old play; and showing that the 
consequence would be, to confirm the monopoly claimed by Drury 
Lane and Covent Garden theatres. London. 1829. **T.76.73; etc. 

Letters from an Irish student in England to his father in Ireland. 
Vol. I. London. 1809. **T.97.296 

Lewis, P. Miscellaneous pieces in verse: with cursory theatrical 
remarks. London. 1774. No. 10 in **G.3820.9; etc. 

London. Corporation. Dramatic records of the city of London. The 
Remembrancia. {In Malone Society. Collections. Vol. i, part i, 
pp. 43-100. [Oxford.] 1907.) **G.4077.i5.i.Part I 

London play bills and dramatic cuttings. 1766-1825. Illus. Portraits. 

**T.ii.5 

London playbills, pictures and cuttings. 1774-1874. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. **T,ii.2 

Macarthy, E. a letter to the King, on the question now at issue 
between the "major" and "minor" theatres. London. 1832. 

**T.76.77;etc. 

Major and minor theatres. A concise view of the question, as 
regards the public, the patentees, and the profession. Added, 
the petition now lying for signature. London. 1832. 

**T.76.72;etc. 

Malcolm, J. P. Anecdotes of the manners and customs of London 
during the eighteenth century. 2d edition. Vol. 2. London. 

1810. *2496.io6.2 
Anecdotes of the manners and customs of London from the 

Roman invasion to the year 1700. 2d edition. Vol. 3. London. 

181 1. *2496.i05.3 

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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Mathews, C. J. Lettre de Charles Mathews aux auteurs dramatiques 
de la France. London. 1852. **T.96.i93 

Same. Letter from Charles Mathews to the dramatic authors 

of France. Translated from himself by himself. London. 1852. 

**T.96.i94 

Miller, J. Harlequin-Horace: or, the art of modern poetry. [A 
poem. Anon.] London. 1731. Plate. No. 15 in **G.3824.i4 

MoRLEY, H. The journal of a London playgoer from 1851 to 1866. 
London. 1866. 4568.15; **T.48.2 

Nicholson, W. The struggle for a free stage in London. Boston. 
1906. 2552.33 

Norman, G. J., comhiler. Theatrical woodcuts. Scrap-book. [1855?] 
lUus. Portraits. Plates. **T.i3.2 

Notices of the acted drama in London [etc. Edinburgh. 1818]. 

No. 19 in **G.3822.3 

Observations on the importance and use of theatres; their present 
regulation, and possible improvements. London. i759- **T.97.ii8 

Orange-girl, The, at Foote's to Sally Harris: or, the town to the 
country Pomona. An heroic epistle. London. I773- 

No. 14 in **G.3820.ii 

Ordish, T. F. Early London theatres. (In the Fields.) London. 
1894. Illus. Plate. Maps. Plans. 2467.138; **T.76.ii3 

Otway, . An attempt to deduce from facts, the causes of the 

present disgraceful state of the national theatres. London. 1835. 

**T.76.i39 

OuLTON, W. C. The history of the theatres of London: containing 
an annual register of all the new and revived tragedies, comedies, 
operas, farces, pantomimes, &c., performed at the Theatres-Royal 
in London, from 1771 to 1795. With occasional notes and anec- 
dotes. London. 1796. **T.77.32 

Same. I795 to 1817. London. 1817, 18. 3 v. **T.77.33 

OxBERRY, W. H. Oxberry's Dramatic chronology. Containing the 

names, dates of births, first appearances and deaths, of most of 

the principal London actors and actresses, up to 1849. [London. 

1850.] **T.98.24 

Palmer, J. L. The comedy of manners. London. 1913. Portraits. 

Plates. 4579239 

Phillips, W. The wild tribes of London. [The London slums and 

some of their amusements.] London. 1855. Illus. Plates. **T.97.297 
Philo-Dkamaticus, pseud. A letter to C. Kemble and R. W. Elliston, 

on the present state of the stage. London. 1825. **T.76.i22 

Plumptre, J. A letter to the most noble the Marquis of Hertford, 

Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's Household, and Master of 

the Revels, on the subject of a dramatic institution. Cambridge. 

1820. **T.76.75;etc. 

PoiNSOT, A. E., ed'itor. La Comedie-frangaise a Londres (1871-1879). 

Journal inedit de E. Got. — Journal de F. Sarcey. Publics avec 

une introduction par Georges d'Heylli [pseud.]. Paris. 1880. 

2676.156; **T.78.i2 
Press privilege. The, at the theatres. [London. 1853.] 

No. 9 in **G.3822.3 
Proelss, C. R. Von den altesten Drucken der Dramen Shakespeares, 

und dem Einflusse den die damaligen Londoner Theater und ihre 

Einrichtungen auf diese Dramen ausgeiibt haben. Leipzig. 1905. 

4579.150 
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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Proposal, A, for the better regulation of the stage. With some 
remarks on the state of the theatre among the ancient Greeks 
and Romans. London. 1732. **T.77.2i5 

PuRNELL, T. London and elsewhere. London. 1886. **T.98.90 

Pythagoras, pseud. A vindication of a right in the public to a one 
shilling gallery either at the new Theatre Royal iii Covent-Gardcn, 
or somewhere else. London. 1792. **T.76.70 

QuEARMOODE, H., Esq., pseud. An essay on the summer entertainments 
in the neighbourhood of London. London. 1750. **T.97.39 

Ralph, J. The case of our present theatrical disputes, fairly stated. 
In which is contained, . . a succinct account of the rise, 
progress and declension of the ancient stage; a comprehensive 
view of the management of the Italian, Spanish, French and 
Dutch theatres, with remarks upon our own. London. 1743. 

**T.76.i5i;etc. 

Reynolds, F., alleged author. Impartial observations on the pro- 
ceedings instituted by the proprietors of the Theatres Royal, 
Drury Lane and Covent Garden, against the minor establishments. 
London. 1820. **T,76.74; etc. 

Roach, J. Roach's Authentic memoirs of the green room, containing 
the lives of all the performers of the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, 
Covent Garden and the Haymarket. London. 1796. Plate. 

**T.59.23 

RoBSON, W. The old play-goer. London. 1846. 4575.18; **T.76,i43 

Sala, G. a. H. Living London: being "echoes" re-echoed. London. 
1883. Illus. Plates. 2463.68 

Santley, Sir C. Reminiscences of my life. London. 1909. Portraits. 
Plates. 4047-289 

Scott, C. W. Thirty years at the play and dramatic table talk. 
London. [1892.] **T.98.ii2 

Seasonable examination. A, of the pleas and pretensions of the pro- 
prietors of and subscribers to, play-houses, erected in defiance 
of the royal licence. With observations on the printed case of 
the players belonging to Drury-Lane and Covent Garden 
Theatres. London. 1735. **T.77.68; etc. 

Smith, A. R. Why our theatres are not supported, with a few 
words about the late riots at Drury Lane. London. 1848. 

**T.96.i9o; etc. 

"Stage-players complaint, The": from the rare tract printed at 
London in 1641. London. 1868. No. 3 in *2423.5o.i; etc. 

Taylor, J., the Water Poet. The trve cavse of the watermen's suit 
concerning players, and the reasons that their playing on London 
side is their extreame hindrances. With a relation how farre that 
suite was proceeded in, and the occasions that it was not effected. 
[London. 1872.] **T.76.i45; etc. 

Theatrical biography: or, memoirs of the principal performers of 
the three Theatres Royal. With critical remarks on their profes- 
sional merits. London. 1772. 2 v. **T.58.i29; etc. 

Theatrical correspondence in death. An epistle from Mrs. Old- 
field, in the shades, to Mrs. B . .ceg. . .rdle, upon earth: contain- 
ing, a dialogue between the most eminent players in the shades, 
upon the late stage desertion. London. 1743. **T.57.346; etc. 

Theatrical examiner, The: an enquiry into the merits and demerits 
of the pjesent English performers in general. London. i757- 
(i), 98 pp. **T.96.8i;etc. 

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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Theatrical portraits. [Verses. London. i795?] **T.93.5 

Theatrical register, The: or, a complete list of every performance 

at the different theatres, for the year 1769. Illustrated with critical 

observations. [London. 1770.] **T.77.25 

Theatrical Review, The; or, annals of the drama. Volume i (no. i). 

London. 1763. No. 7 in **G.3823.i3 

Thorndike, a. H. Shakespeare's theater. New York. 1916. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plans. 6595.30; etc. 

Thornell, J. H. The bill of the play. An illustrated record of 

the chief dramas, plays, operas bouffe, etc., produced or revived 

during 1881. London. [1881.] Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.46.54; etc. 

ToMLiNS, F. G. Remarks on the present state of the English drama. 

London. 1851. **T.99.6 

ToMLiNS, Sir T. E. The original patent for the Nursery of actors 

and actresses in the reign of Charles 11. (In Shakespeare Society, 

London. Papers. Vol. 3, pp. 162-169.) *4596.ii.3; etc. 

Usefulness, The, of the stage to religion, and to government: 

shewing the advantages of the drama in all nations. With an 

account of the rise and progress of the play-houses that were 

put down. London. 1738- **T.96.92; etc. 

Victor, B. The history of the theatres of London and Dublin, from 

1730 to the present time. Added, an annual register of all the 

plays, &c. performed at the Theatres-Royal in London, from 1712. 

London. 1761-71. 3 v. **T.77.3i; etc. 

Waldron, F. G., and others. A compendious history of the English 

stage, from the earliest period to the present time. London. 

1800. Plate. **T.79.i7;etc. 

Wallace, C. W. Three London theatres of Shakespeare's time. 

[Lincoln, Nebraska.] 1909. No. 4 in *3595.i04.9 

Watkins, B. W. Outlines of the life of William Bestow, editor 

and proprietor of the "Theatrical Journal." With occasional 

reference to contemporary theatrical events and personages. 

London. 1864. Portrait. **T.58.28 

Werner, O. J. Die Elisabethanische Biihne nach Ben Jonson. i. 

Teil. Inaugural-Dissertation. Halle a/S. [1878.] 

No. 10 in **G.75.23 
Wewitzer, R. a theatrical pocket book, or brief dramatic chron- 
ology, from the earliest periods of history: with a list of British 
dramatists, and of actors, &c. on the London stage, from the 
introduction of theatrical entertainmenas into England. London. 
1814. **T.98.i33 

• Same. A brief dramatic chronology of actors, &c. on the 

London stage, from the iritroduction of theatrical entertainments 
into England, to the present time. London. 1817. **T.78.26; etc. 

Dramatic reminiscences, anecdotes, comical sayings and 

doings. London. [185-?] Portrait. **T.59.33; etc. 

WheatleV, H. B. Samuel Pepys and the world he lived in. Lon- 
don. 1880. 245oa.53;etc. 
Who's who in the theatre. A biographical record of the con- 
temporary stage. Compiled and edited by John Parker. With 
a foreword by Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree. London. 1914. 
Plans. Genealogical charts. *6252.77 

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London. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Wilkinson, R. Londina illustrata. Graphic and historic memorials 
of monasteries, churches, processions, places of early amuse- 
ment, and modern & present theatres, in the cities and suburbs of 
London & Westminster. London. 1819, 25. 2 v. Plates. Plans. 

*246o.4; etc. 

Williams, M. Some London theatres past and present. London. 

1883. 4573.20; **T.77.i52 

Wilson, M. B. Memoirs of Miss Mellon, afterwards Duchess of 

St. Albans. London. 1886. 2 v. 2541.109 

Wroth, W. W., and A. E. Wroth. The London pleasure gardens of 

the eighteenth century. London. 1896. Portraits. Plates, some 

colored. 2493.157 

London. Theatres. Blackfriars theatre. 

Adams, J. Q. The conventual buildings of Blackfriars, London, and 
the playhouses constructed therein. [London? 191-?] Plans. 

**T.75.8o 
Feuillerat, a., editor. Blackfriars records. [London.] 1913- 

**G.4077.i5.2.Part i 

Porter, T. H. A maid of the Malverns: a romance of the Blackfriars 

Theatre. London. [1911.] *4578.334 

Wallace, C. W. The Children of the Chapel at Blackfriars, 1597- 

1603. Lincoln, Nebraska. 1908. *3595.i04.8 

The evolution of the English drama up to Shakespeare, with 

a history of the first Blackfriars Theatre. A survey based upon 

original records now for the first time collected and published. 

Berlin. 1912. 4593-203 

London. Theatres. Brunswick theatre. See London. Theatres. Royal 

Brunswick theatre. 
London. Theatres. Canterbury theatre of varieties. 

The Canterbury Theatre of Varieties and its associations. With 
some account of Lambeth and its vicinity. [London. 1876?] 
28 pp. Portraits. Plates. Map. Autograph facsimiles. **T.74.3 
London. Theatres. Colosseum. 

An account of the Colosseum. [London. Gathercole. 1830.] 24 pp. 

45390.142 
London. Theatres. Court theatre. 

MacCarthy, D. The Court Theatre, 1904-1907: a commentary and 
criticism. With an appendix containing reprinted programmes 
of the "Vedrenne-Barker performances." London. 1907- 

**T.78.73 
London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. 

Royal Italian opera, Covent Garden. Season 1864. [Prospectus. 

London. Miles & Co.] 1864. 20 pp. No. 6 in **G.3822.3 

[Theatre Royal, Covent Garden: 40 play-bills. May 2 -July 2, 1842; 

entire season of German opera; M. Thalberg; the famous actress, 

Mile. Dejazet, her last appearance in England. London. 1842.] 

**T.Cab.i.i5 

Theatre Royal [Covent Garden]. Mr. Ira Aldridge, the African 

tragedian, as Othello. W. Earle, sc. Poster. [1833?] 55 >^ X 

29^ inches. **G.5o.i3 

London. Theatres. Covent G.\rden theatre. Works about. 

Animadversions on Mr. Colman's True state, &c. With some remarks 
on his little serious piece called The Oxonian in town. London. 
1768. No. 14 in **G.3824.2 



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London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. Works about. (Continued.) 

Battle, The, of the authors lately fought in Covent-Garden, be- 
tween Sir John Edgar [pseud, of Sir Richard Steele], general- 
issimo on one side, and Horatius Truewit, on the other. London. 
1720. No. 4 in **G.3823.i8 

Case, The, between the managers of the two theatres, and their 
principal actors, fairly stated, and submitted to the town. Lon- 
don. 1713. **T.76.i50 

Chetwood, W. R. The dramatic congress. A short state of the 
stage under the present management. Concluding with a dialogue 
between the illustrious Bashas of Dr-ry Lane and Co-nt Garden, 
and the chiefs of the revolted players. London. I743- 

**T.76.i68; etc. 

Citizen of the world. A, pseud. The genuine arguments of the 
council, with the opinion of the court of King's Bench, on cause 
shewn, why an information should not be exhibited against John 
Stephen James, Joseph Clarke, for a riotous conspiracy, founded 
to deprive Charles Macklin, one of the comedians, belonging to 
the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, of his livelihood. London. 
1774. No. 3 in **G.3824.4 

CoLMAN, G., the Elder. T. Harris dissected. London. 1768. 

**T.95.ii8;etc. 

A true state of the differences subsisting between the pro- 
prietors of Covent-Garden Theatre; in answer to a manuscript 
libel and to a printed Narrative by T. Harris and J. Rutherford. 
London. 1768. **T.95.ii6; etc. 

Conduct, The, of the four managers of Covent-Garden Theatre 
freely and impartially examined, both with regard to their 
present disputes, and their past management. In an address to 
them, by a frequenter of that theatre. London. 1768. 

**T.95.ii9; etc. 

Covent-Garden Theatrical Gazette. No. 69. Dec. 13, 1816. [Lon- 
don.] 1816. No. 12 in **G.3823.i3 

Fitz-Crambo, Patrick, Esq., pseud. Tyranny triumphant! and liberty 
lost; the Muses run mad; Apollo struck dumb; and all Covent- 
Garden confounded. Or, historical, critical, and prophetical re- 
marks on the famous cartel lately agreed on by the masters of 
the two theatres. London. 1743. **T.76.i52; etc. 

Fizgig, or the modern Quixote, a tale [in verse]; relative to the 
late disturbances, at Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden Theatres. 
London. 1763. 3-13 pp. No. 6 in **G.3947.2 

Four letters on the theatre; written during the dispute between 
the public and the proprietors of the new Theatre Royal, in 
Covent Garden, on its opening in 1809: wherein are discussed, 
the merits of players, and the morality of the stage. London. 
[1809.] **T.96.258 

Gilliland, T. Elbow room: a pamphlet on the shameful increase 
of the private boxes of Covent Garden, with observations relating 
to the management of that theatre. Also, a comparative view of 
the two houses. London. 1804. **T.96.363; etc. 

Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. The management of Covent Garden 
Theatre vindicated from the attack of an anonymous critic, in a 
letter to the editor of the "Cambridge Advertiser." London. 
1841. **T.76.3i ; etc. 



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London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. Works about. (Continued.) 

Harral, T. The Infant Roscius; or, an inquiry into the requisites 
of an actor: comprising a critical analysis of young Betty's 
acting, on the London boards; strictures on the Covent Garden 
company, &c. London. [1804.] **T.56.i39; etc. 

Harris, T. A letter from T. Harris, to G. Colman, on the affairs 
of Covent-Garden Theatre. London. 1768. **T.95.ii7; etc. 

Harris, T., and J. Rutherford. A narrative of the rise and progress 
of the disputes subsisting between the patentees of Covent- 
Garden Theatre. London. 1768. **T.95.ii5; etc. 

Hawkins, W. Miscellanies in prose and verse. Containing observa- 
tions on the principal performers belonging to the two theatres- 
royal; from January 1773, to May 1775- London. 1775. 

**T.58.i03;etc. 

Historical and succinct account, An, of the late riots at the theatres 
of Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Interspersed with the 
principal letters and advertisements that have been published 
on each side the question. London. 1763. **T.75.67 

Johnstone, J. H., and others. A statement of the differences sub- 
sisting between the proprietors and performers of the Theatre- 
Royal, Covent-Garden. Given in the correspondence that has 
passed between them. By John Johnstone, Joseph George Hol- 
man, Alexander Pope, Charles Incledon, Jos. S. Munden, John 
Fawcett, Thomas Knight, Henry Erskine Johnston. London. 
1800. **T.77.io;etc. 

Kelly, H. Thespis: or, a critical examination into the merits of all 
the principal performers. Book [i,] 2. London. 1766, 67. 

**T.54.26;etc. 

Letter, A, to a certain patentee: in which the conduct of managers 
is impartially considered; and a few periods bestowed on those 

darlings of the publick, Mr. G k [Garrick], Mr. F e 

[Foote], Mrs. P d [Pritchard], &c. London. [i747-] 

**T.97.47; etc. 

London playbills, pictures and cuttings. 1774-1874. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates, some colored. Plan. Manuscripts. **T.ii.2 

Maddison, R. An examination of the oratorios which have been 
performed this season, at Covent-Garden Theatre. London. 1763. 

No. 3 in **G,3824.i 

Myrtle, Marmaduke, Esq, pseud. The histrionade: or, theatric 
tribunal; a poem, descriptive of the principal performers at both 
houses. London. 1802. **T.56.i9o; etc. 

O. P. Amateur, An, pseud. A plain statement of facts; containing the 
whole of the particulars relative to the existing differences be- 
tween the present management of Covent Garden Theatre and 
Mr. James Brandon" with remarks on the impolicy of again risk- 
ing another theatrical war, alias an O. P. row! London. 1823. 

**T.95.37 

Observations on Mr. Kemble in the characters of Cato, Wolsey, and 
Coriolanus: to which are added his farewell address at Covent 
Garden Theatre, and an account of the dinner given at Free- 
mason's Tavern; with every particular connected with his retire- 
ment from the stage. London. 1817. No. 5 in **G.3824.3; etc. 

Poor Covent Garden! or, a scene rehearsed; an occasional prelude, 
intended for the opening of the New Theatre Royal, Covent- 
Garden, this season. London. 1792. No. 4 in **K.34.22.iA 

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London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. Works about. (Continued.) 

Potter, J. The theatrical review; or, new companion to the play- 
house: containing a critical and historical account of every 
tragedy, comedy, opera, farce, &c., exhibited at the theatres last 
season; with remarks on the actors. London. 1772. 2 v. **T.48.22 

Pythagoras, pseud. A vindication of a right in the public to a one 
shilling gallery either at the new Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, 
or somewhere else. London. 1792. **T.76.7o 

Rattler, Morgan, pseud. The German opera. [London. 1842.] 

No. 21 in **G.3822.i 

Scharf, Sir G. Recollections of the scenic effects of Covent Garden 
Theatre during the season 1838-9. London. 1839. (39) plates. 

**T.57.i 

Smeeton, G. Smeeton's Authentic statement of the dreadful con- 
flagration of Covent Garden Theatre, September 20th, 1808. 
Also, an account of the accident whereby near fifty persons were 
killed and dangerously burnt. London. [1808.] Colored plate. 

**T.76.ii7 

Theatrical disquisitions: or a review of the late riot at Drury-Lane 
Theatre on the 25th and 26th of January. And, a short appendix, 
relative to the disturbance at Covent-Garden Theatre the 24th of 
February. By a lady. London. 1763. **T.75.63; etc. 

Theatrical monopoly: being an address to the public on the present 
alarming coalition of the managers of the winter theatres. Lon- 
don. 1779. Portrait. No. 4 in **G.3824.i4; etc. 

Theatrical Review, The: for the year 1757, and beginning of 1758. 
Containing critical remarks on the principal performers of both 
the theatres. London. 1758. **T.96.85; etc. 

TowNSEND, G. H. Evans's Music and Supper Rooms, Covent Garden. 
Odds and ends about Covent Garden and its vicinity, the ancient 
drama, the early English divinity and controversial plays, &c. 
[London. 1866?] lUus. **T.95.92 

Williams, J. The pin-basket to the children of Thespis. With 
notes historical, critical and biographical. London. 1797. **T,58.38 

Wyndham, H. S. The annals of Covent Garden Theater from 1732 
to 1897. London. 1906. 2 v. Portraits. Plates. Plan. 4578.324 
London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. O. P. (Old Prices) Riot, 
1809. 

Attalus, pseud. Justice and generosity against malice, ignorance, 
and poverty: or, an attempt to shew the equity of the new prices 
at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. London. 1809. 

No. 4in**G.3824.i4 

Author of nothing else, pseud. The "Old Price" -iad; or, Thespian 
bear-garden: an epic poem, in two parts. [Part :.] London. 
[1809.] . No. 3 in**G.382o.ii 

Bull, John, pseud. Covent Garden Theatre!! Remarks on the cause 
of the dispute between the public and managers of the Theatre 
Royal, Covent Garden. London. [1809.] Plate. No. 5 in **G.382i.5 

Candidus, pseud. The statement of a few facts, and an impartial 
appeal on the subject at issue between the public and the pro- 
prietors of the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. London. [1809.] 

**T.96.i5i 

Considerations on the past and present state of the stage; with 

reference to the late contests at Covent Garden. Added, a plan 

for a new theatre for the purpose of hearing plays. London. 

1809. **T.76.76; etc. 

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London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. O. P. Riot, 1809. (Continued.) 

Genuine collection, A, of O. P. songs, whimsical and satirical. To 
which is added the toasts and sentiments given by the O. P.'s. 
Also the terms of peace. London. [1809?] No. 2 in **G.3823.2 

Hardinge, G. Letters on the O. P. controversy at Covent Garden 
Theatre, 1809. Extracted from the Courier newspaper. (In his 
Miscellaneous works. Vol. 3, pp. 373-391- London. 1818.) 

**G.3922.io.3 

Life, The, of John Philip Kemble, Esquire, a proprietor, and stage 
manager of Covent Garden Theatre, interspersed with family and 
theatrical anecdotes. London. [1809.] Portrait. Colored plate. 

No. 13 in **G.3823.i5 

Mad Bull, A, pseud. The O-Poeiad, a satire. London. 1810. 

No. 3 in **G.3824.5 

Reason versus passion; or, an impartial review of the dispute 
between the public and the proprietors of Covent Garden Theatre. 
London. [1809.] **T.76.i7o 

Rebellion, The; or, all in the wrong. A serio-comic hurly-burly 
as it was performed for two months at the new Theatre Royal, 
Covent-Garden, by His Majesty's servants, the players, and his 
liege subjects, the public. London. 1809. Portrait. 

**T.96.33i ; etc. 

SoWERBY, . A series of letters on the late theatric festival, with 

remarks on some serio-comic pantomimes. London. 1810. 

**T.96.3i7;etc. 

Stockdale, J. J. The Covent Garden journal. London. 1810. 2 v. 
Plates. ■ **T.75.i3;etc. 

Tegg, T. The rise, progress, and termination of the O. P. War, in 
poetic epistles, or Hudibrastic letters. London. 1810. **T.78.4i 

Theatricus, pseud. Theatrical taxation; which embraces reflections 
on the state of property in the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden, 
and the engagement of Madame Catalani: also, an analysis of the 
grounds upon which the proprietors have been induced to raise 
the prices of admission. London. [1809.] **T.76.47 

London. Theatres. Curtain theatre, Shoreditch. 

ToMLiNS, Sir T. E. Origin of the Curtain theatre and mistakes 
regarding it. {In Shakespeare Society, London. Papers. Vol. i, 
pp. 29-35. London. 1844.) *4596.ii.i; etc. 

London. Theatres. Drury Lane theatre. 

Arnold, S. J. A letter to all the proprietors of Drury-Lane Theatre, 
being a commentary on certain parts of an anonymous pamphlet, 
called "A brief review of the season 1817-18 at the Theatre Royal, 
Drury-Lane," &c., and a conclusive detection of the author. Lon- 
don. 1818. **T. 76.127; etc. 

BuRGHALL, J. E. A statement of facts. [Copy of a deposition 
relating to Mr. Burghall, Mrs. Booth and Miss Granger of Drury 
Lane Theatre. London. 1797.] No. 6 in **G.3824.6 

Case, The, between the managers of the two theatres, and their 
principal actors, fairly stated, and submitted to the town. Lon- 
don. 1713. **T.76.i50 

Chetwood, W. R. The dramatic congress. A short state of the 
stage under the present management. Concluding with a dialogue 
between the illustrious Bashas of Dr-ry Lane and Co-nt Garden, 
and the chiefs of the revolted players. London. 1743. 

**T.76.i68; etc. 
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London. Theatres. Drury Lane theatre. (Continued.) 

Collier, J. P. Dryden, Killigrew and the first company which acted 
at Drury Lane Theatre. (In Shakespeare Society, London. 
Papers. Vol. 4, pp. I47-I55- London. 1849.) *4596.ii.4; etc. 

Comedian, A, pseud. A full answer to Queries upon queries. In 
which the conduct of the players is vindicated, and the mis- 
representations of the querist exposed. London. I743- 

No. 9 in **G.3824.2 

D., W. C. The lament; or, the fall of Drury Lane. A poetical satire. 
London. 1840. **T.98.5 

Dennis, J. The characters and conduct of Sir John Edgar [pseud, 
of Sir Richard Steele], call'd by himself sole monarch of the stage 
in Drury- Lane; and his three deputy-governors, in two letters to 
Sir John Edgar. London. 1720. **T.77.i07; etc. 

Doran, J. In and about Drury Lane, and other papers. London. 
1881. 2 V. 2555.72; **T.76.i47; etc. 

Druriad, The: or strictures on the principal performers of Drury- 
Lane theatre: a satirical poem: with notes critical and explanatory. 
London. 1798. **T.74.8 

Fitz-Crambo, Patrick, Esq., pseud. Tyranny triumphant! and liberty 
lost; the Muses run mad; Apollo struck dumb; and all Covent- 
Garden confounded. Or, historical, critical, and prophetical re- 
marks on the famous cartel lately agreed on by the masters of 
the two theatres. London. 1743. **T.76.i52; etc. 

D — ry-L-ne P — yh-se broke open. In a letter to Mr. G . 

London. 1748. Portraits. No. 3 in **G.3823.i6 

F., E. Mr. Garrick's conduct, as manager of the Theatre-Royal in 
Drury-Lane, considered. London. [1747.] No. 6 in **G.3824.i 

Fizgig, or the modern Quixote, a tale [in verse] ; relative to the late 
disturbances, at Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden theatres. Lon- 
don. 1763. No. 6 in **G.3947.2 

Four theatrical addresses: upon the providential preservation of His 
Majesty's life, at Drury-Lane Theatre. Upon the preliminaries 
of peace. Upon the opening of the new theatre at Warwick. And 
a farewell epilogue. [Poems.] Alcester. [1803?] **T.97.93 

Fund, The, for the relief of indigent persons belonging to His 
Majesty's company of comedians of the Theatre Royal, Drury 
Lane. Established, endowed, and incorporated, by David Gar- 
rick, Esq. 1777. London. 1806. No. 9 in **G.3824.6 

Garrick, D. Samuel Johnson's prologue spoken at the opening of 
the theatre in Drury-Lane in 1747 with Garrick's epilogue. A 
facsimile of the hitherto undiscovered first edition. New York. 
1902. *4570.ii5 

Gildon, C. a comparison be.tween the two stages. London. 1702. 

**G.3935.5;etc. 

Glover, J. M. Jimmy Glover: his book. London. [1911] Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.56.6o;etc. 

Great Britain. Parliament. Reports. Reports of the committee 
under the Act for rebuilding Drury-Lane Theatre, &c. London. 
[1811.] **T.76.i83 

Hawkins, W. Miscellanies in prose and verse. Containing observa- 
tions on the principal performers belonging to the two theatres- 
royal; from January 1773 to May 1775. London. 1775. 

**T.58,io3;etc, 



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London. Theatres. Drurv Lane theatre. (Continued.) 

Historical and succinct account, An, of the late riots at the theatres 
of Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Interspersed with the 
principal letters and advertisements that have been published on 
each side the question. London. 1763. **T.75.67 

Houlton, R. a review of the musical drama of the Theatre Royal, 
Drury Lane, for the years 1797-98-99 & 1800. Addressed to the 
proprietors of the theatre. London. 1801. No. 4 in **M. 134.10; etc. 

Impartial hand, An, fseud. Stage policy detected; or some select 
pieces of theatrical secret history laid open: in a letter to a certain 
manager [Charles Fleetwood] on his imaginary justification of 
his late conduct. London. 1744. **T.77.i7S 

Jackson. R. Third theatre. The argument of Randle Jackson, Esq. 
before the Lords of the Privy Council, on behalf of the trustees, 
and other parties interested in the late Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 
With copies of the petition for a charter to erect a third theatre 
in the metropolis. London. 1810. . No. 2 in **G.3824.5 

Kelly, H. Thespis: or, a critical examination into the merits of all 
the principal performers. Book [i,] 2. London. 1766, 67. 2 v. 

**T.54.26; etc. 

Kenney, C. L. Poets and profits at Drury Lane Theatre. A 
theatrical narrative. London. 1875. **T.78.2o 

Lemoine, H. Authentic account of the fire which reduced that 
extensive building of the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, to a pile 
of ruins, on the 24th of February, 1809; to which is added, a 
chronological list of all the places of public amusement destroyed 
by fire, in England. London. [1809.] Plate. No. 11 in **G.3823.4.2 

Letter, A, to Mr. Garrick on his having purchased a patent for 
Drury-Lane Play-House. London. [1747.] **T.97.44; etc. 

Moore, P. Copy. Letter from Mr. Moore to Mr. Raymond 
[manager of Drury Lane Theatre]. Dated October 14, 1817. 
[London. 1817.] **T.75.65 

Observations submitted to the consideration of the committee 

of management of Drury Lane Theatre. [London. 1817?] 

**T.75.64 

Moore, P., alleged author. Facts are stubborn things! Being a brief 
review of the season 1817-18, at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane. 
London. 1818. **T.76.i29; etc. 

Myrtle, Marmaduke, Esq., pseud. The histrionade: or, theatric 
tribunal; a poem, descriptive of the principal performers at both 
houses. London. Kirby. 1802. **T.56.i9o; etc. 

Neither-side, Mr., pseud. An impartial examen of the present con- 
tests between the town and the manager [Charles Fleetwood] of 
the theatre. With some proposals for accommodating the present 
misunderstandings. London. 1744. **T.77.i85; etc. 

New way, The, to act old plays. A familiar epistle to the manage- 
ment of Drury Lane Theatre, on the present state of their stage. 
London. 1818. No. 11 in **G.3823.i8 

Potter, J. The theatrical review; or, new companion to the play- 
house: containing a critical and historical account of every 
tragedy, comedy, opera, farce, &c., exhibited at the theatres last 
season; with remarks on the actors. London. 1772. 2 v. **T.48.22 

Queries to be answer'd by the manager of Drury-Lane Theatre 
[Charles Fleetwood], for the satisfaction of the publick, in regard 
to the present dispute between him and his actors. London. 1743. 

No. 8 {0**0.3824.2; etc. 
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London. Theatres. Drury Lane theatre. (Continued.) 

Queries upon queries, to be answer'd by the male-content players. ' 
For the satisfaction of the publick, in regard to the present 
dispute between them and the manager [Charles Fleetwood]. 
London. [1743-] . . **T.77.3 

Rambler, Harry, pseud. Bays in council: or, a picture of a green- 
room. A dramatic poem. Containing the speeches of Mr. 
G-rr--k, Mr. H - v - - d, Mr. S - wd - n, Mr. W - - d - - d, Mrs. 

C e, and Mrs. P - - tc d, a few days before Drury Lane 

Theatre was open'd. Dublin. 1751. No. 13 in **G.3824.i4 

Reed, J. The retort courteous; or a candid appeal to the public 
on the conduct of Thomas Linley, Esq, manager of Drury-Lane 
Theatre, to the author of Dido. London. 1787. No. 8 in **G.3824.i 

Rennel, G. Tragi-comical reflections, of a moral and political 
tendency, occasioned by the present state of the two rival- 
theatres in Drury-Lane and Lincolns-Inn-Fields. London. 
[172s?] No. 8 in **G.3823.i4 

Smith, A. R. Why our theatres are not supported, with a few 
words about the late riots at Drury Lane. London. 1848. 

**T.96.i9o;etc. 

Spillan, H. G. The stage and the press: or, revelations theatrical 
and journalistic. No. i. — May, 1852. London. 1852. **T,76.45 

State, The, of the case, between the Lord Chamberlain of His 
Majesty's houshold, and Sir Richard Steele, as represented by 
that knight. Restated, in vindication of King George, and the 
most noble the Duke of Newcastle. With a true cOpy of King 
Charles's patent, to Sir William Davenant, for erecting a play- 
house, &c. London. 1720. **T.97.34i ; etc. 

Steele, Sir R. The state of the case between the Lord-Chamberlain 
of His Majesty's houshold, and the Governor of the Royal Com- 
pany of Comedians. With the opinions of Pemberton, Northey, 
and Parker, concerning the theatre. London. 1720. Portrait. 

No. 2in**G.3823.9;etc. 

Stirling, E. Old Drury Lane. Fifty years' recollections of author, 
actor, and manager. London. 1881. 2 v. **T.77.83; etc. 

Theatrical disquisitions: or a review of the late riot at Drury-Lane 
Theatre on the 25th and 26th of January. And, a short appendix, 
relative to the disturbance at Covent-Garden Theatre the 24th of 
February. By a lady. London. 1763. **T.75.63; etc. 

Theatrical monopoly: being an address to the public on the present 
alarming coalition of the managers of the winter theatres. Lon- 
don. 1774. Portrait. **G.3823.i5; etc. 

Theatrical Review, The: for the year 1757, and beginning of 1758. 
Containing critical remarks on the principal performers of both 
the theatres. London. 1758. **T.96.85 ; etc. 

Three original letters to a friend in the country, on the cause and 
manner of the late riot at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. 
By an old man of the town. London. 1763. **T.97.325; etc. 

Under graduate, An, pseud. Actors and editors, a poem. London. 
1817. No. ID in **G.3824.i3 

Williams, D. A letter to David Garrick on his conduct as principal 
manager and actor at Drury-Lane. London. 1772. **T.56.237 

Williams, J. The( pin-basket to the children of Thespis. With 
notes historical, critical and biographical. London. 1797- 

**T.58.38 
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London. Theatres. Drury Lane theatre. (Continued.) 

WooDDESON, W. F. A slight sketch of the performances at the 

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, during the season of 1827 and 1828. 

London. 1828. **T.76.i3i 

Wyatt, B. D. Observations on the design for the Theatre Royal, 

Drury Lane, as executed in 1812. London. 1813. Plates. Plans. 

Diagrams. **T.72.3 

Y., B. Disputes between the Director of D— y [Drury], and the 

pit potentates: being a letter to a friend, concerning the behaviour 

of -the melancholly manager of the suff'ring theatre [Charles 

Fleetwood] ; and some considerations on the late disturbances and 

the causes thereof. London. 1744. **T.77.i76; etc. 

London. Theatres. Duke of York's theatre. See London. Theatres. 

Repertory theatre. 
London. Theatres. Gaiety theatre. 

The Gaiety programme. June 2, 3, 5-30, July 1-12, 1879. [London. 

1879.] **T.i5.i3 

rrn^rammes of the performances of the Comedie frangaise at the Gaiety theatre, 
London. 

English analyses of the French plays represented at the Gaiety 
Theatre, London, June and July, 1879, by the Comedie frangaise 
London. [1879.] **T.95.93 

London. Theatres. Gaiety theatre. Works about. 

Hollingshead, J. Gaiety chronicles. Westminster. 1898. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. **T.76.ii 

Mayer, M. L. The Gaiety French plays. Season, 1880. Short 
biographies of the actors & actresses of the Comedie frangaise. 
Vaudeville, Palais-Royal, and other theatres, &c. London. 1880. 

**T.97.i90 
London. Theatres. Globe theatre, Bankside. 

Chambers, E. K. The stage of the Globe. (In Shakespeare, William. 
Works. Vol. 10, pp. 351-362. Stratford-on-Avon. 1907.) **G.90.7.io 

Elze, F. C. Eine Aufftihrung im Globus-Theater. Vortrag bei der 
14. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft 
zu Weimar am 24. April 1878 gehalten. Weimar. 1878. 6595.12 

Shakespeare's theatre. Description of the model [of the first Globe 
Theatre. 1594-1613. London? 1901?]. 2 photographs, size. 
8 X 10 inches. **G.72.ii 

London. Theatres. Haymarket theatre. 

Essay, An, on the rationality of brutes. With a philosophical 
comparison between Dr. Codgill, Inspector General of Town- 
Island. And jMango, the great monkey. Director General of the 
pantomime performers in the Haymarket. London. [1770?] 

**T.57.75 

Flint, A., pseud. The tailor's answer to the late attacks upon their 
profession, from the stage and press; with critical remarks on 
Jeremy Swell's mock-heroic poem. London. 1805. 

No. 6in**G.382i.5 

Letter, A, to the town, concerning the man and the bottle. London. 
1749. No. II in **G.3824.i4 

Maude, C. The Haymarket Theatre. Some records & reminiscences. 
London. 1903. Portraits. **T.76.io; etc. 

MoMUS, a poem: or a critical examination into the merits of the 
performers, and comic pieces, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay- 
Market. [Anon.] London. [1770?] No. 15 in **G.3820.Q 



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London. Theatres. Havmarket theatre. (Continued.) 

O'Reilly, R. B. An authentic narrative of the principal circum- 
stances relating to the opera-house in the Hay-Market; from 
its origin to the present period: but more particularly including 
the transactions from the year 1778. London. 1791. 

No. 4 in **G.3823.io 

Some considerations on the establishment of the French strolers; 

the behaviour of their bully-champions, and other seasonable 

matters, at this critical juncture. [London. 1749.] **T.97.5o 

Swell, J., pseud. The tailors' revolt; a mock-heroic poem, in three 

books. London. 1805. No. 3 in **G.3824.i4 

Veritas, pseud. Opera House. A review of this theatre, from the 

period described by the Enterprizer. A recital of the litigations, 

loans, embarrassments. London. [1818?] No. 7 in **G.3824.3 

London. Theatres. His Majesty's theatre. 

King John souvenir. Shakespeare's historical drama King John 
produced at His Majesty's theatre by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, 
on the 20th of September, 1899. [London. The British Muto- 
scope and Biograph Co., Ltd. 1889.] **G.7o.23 

Mr. M. L. Mayer's twenty-second season of French plays will com- 
mence June 2, 1890. [London. 1890.] **T.94.27 
Programme. Feb. 20 -Aug. 3, 1847. London. 1847. **M.i3i.i 
Programme of the arrangements for the season of 1832. London. 
Cochrane & Co. [1831.] 19, (i) pp. No. 6 in **G.3822.2 
London. Theatres. His Majesty's theatre. JVorks about. 

Chambers, A. H. In chancery. The King's Theatre, or Opera 
House. Copy of the short-hand writer's notes, taken at the 
hearing of the cause before the vice-chancellor. London. 1829. 

No. 5 in **G.3822.4.2 
Ebers, J. Seven years of the King's Theatre. London. 1828. Por- 
traits. **M.ii3.i3;etc. 
Explanation, An, of the differences existng between the manager 
of the Italian opera and non-conforming members of the late 
orchestra. Written among themselves. London. 1829. 

No. 3, 4 in **G.3824.io 
H., L. C. On the Italian opera. No. iii. London. 1831. 

No. 6 in **G.3824.io 

Italian opera. The, in London. The Queen's Theatre. [London. 

1851.] No. 24 in **G.3822.i 

LuMLEY, B. Reminiscences of the opera. London. 1864. Portrait. 

**M.i49.6 
Mason, T. M. Prospectus of the plan intended to be pursued in 
the direction of the Italian Opera House. London. 1831. 

No. 5 in **G.3824.io 
Old hand, The, pseud. Of the Italian opera. [London. 1845.] 

No. 23 in **G.3822.i 
Opera Box, The. [Programmes, plots and criticisms of operas pro- 
duced at Her Majesty's theatre. London.] 1849-51. 218 nos. 
in 3 V. Plan. **M.4i9.28 

Review, A, of the performances of Mademoiselle Jenny Lind, at 
Her Majesty's Theatre. London. 1847. **M.i48.25 

Scheme, A, for having an Italian opera in London, of a new taste. 
London. 1753. **T.96.95; etc. 

Seven years of the King's Theatre. By John Ebers. [A review. 
Edinburgh.] 1829. No. 2 in **G.3824.io 



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London. Theatres. His Majesty's theatre. Works about. (Continued.) 

Taylor, W. A concise statement of transactions and circumstances 
respecting the Kinj^'s Theatre, in the Haymarket, together with 
the official correspondence upon the same subject. London. 1791. 

No. 4in**G.3824.i3 

Waters, E. The opera glass. Exhibiting all the curious proceed- 
ings of the King's Theatre; together with the original letters 
and papers, which have passed between the present proprietors, 
since the decease of Francis Goold, Esq. London. 1808. 

**M.376.6i ; etc. 

A statement of matters, relative to the King's Theatre. Lon- 
don. 1818. **T.76.i3o; etc. 
London. Theatres. King's theatre. See London. Theatres. His Majesty's 

theatre. 
London. Theatres. Lincoln's Inn Fields theatre. 

Akerby, G Spiller's jests: or the life and pleasant adventures of 
the late celebrated comedian Mr. James Spiller. Lofidon. [1729.] 
Portrait. No. S in **G.3823.3 

Rennel, G. Tragi-comical reflections, of a moral and political 
tendency, occasioned by the present state of the two rival-theatres 
in Drury-Lane and Lincolns-Inn-Fields. London. [1725?] 

No. 8 in **G.3823.i4 
London. Theatres. Little Lincoln's Inn Fields theatre. 

GiLDON, C. A comparison between the two stages [Drury Lane 
theatre, and the theatre in Little Lincoln's Inn Fields (1695- 
1705)]. London. 1702. **G,3935.5; etc. 

London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. 

Souvenir of Becket, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. First presented at 
the Lyceum theatre, 6th February, 1893, by Henry Irving. Illus- 

* trated by J. Bernard Partridge. London. "Black and White." 
1893- (5) pp. (12) plates. *4579a.i52;**T.58.i52 

Souvenir of King Arthur, by J. Comyns Carr. First presented at 
the Lyceum Theatre, 12th January, 1895 by Henry Irving. Illus- 
trated by J. Bernard Partridge and Hawes Craven. London. 
Cassell & Co., Ltd. [1895.] (4) ff. Portraits. Plates. **T.58.i5o 

Souvenir of King Henry the Eighth, presented at the Lyceum theatre, 
Sth January, 1892, by Henry Irving. Illustrated by J. Bernard 
Partridge. London. Black and White Publishing Co. 1892. (5) 
pp. (15) plates. 45993.109; **T.58.i5i 

Souvenir of Macbeth produced at the Lyceum theatre, by Henry 
Irving, 29th December, 1888. Illustrated by Charles Cattermole 
& J. Bernard Partridge. London. Cassell & Co., Ltd. 1888. 33 
pp. Illus. Plates. 6594.26; **T.58.i49 

Souvenirs of the Dead Heart, by Watts Phillips. Presented at the 

Lyceum theatre, by Henry Irving, 28th Sept., 1889. Illustrated 

by J. Bernard Partridge. London. Cassell & Co., Ltd. 1889. (9) 

PP- (13) plates. 657oa.i3 

London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. Works about. 

Brereton, a. The Lyceum and Henry Irving. London. 1903. 
Illus. Portraits, some colored. 2571. no 

Fitzgerald, P. H. Henry Irving. A record of twenty years at the 
Lyceum. London. 1893. Portrait. 2543.118; **T.55.94 

Hatton, J. The Lyceum "Faust." [Souvenir of Sir Henry Irving's 
production of Faust.] London. [1892?] Illus. Plates. 

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London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. Works about. (Continued.) 

Philofiddle, pseud. A letter to the public, on the management of 

the Opera. London. 1805. **T.96.36i 

Scott, C. W. From "The bells" to "King Arthur." A critical record 

of the first-night productions at the Lyceum theatre from 1871 

to 1895. London. 1896. Portraits. Plates. 4545.150; **T.76.i9 

London. Theatres. Lyric theatre. 

Souvenir of The daughters of Babylon, by Wilson Barrett. Illus- 
trated by W. & D. Downey. [London. Unwin. 1897?] (24) pp. 

6560.127 
London. Theatres. Queen's theatre. See London. Theatres. His 

Majesty's theatre. 
London. Theatres. Repertory theatre. 

Howe, P. P. The Repertory theatre. A record & a criticism. New 
York. 191 1. 6252.87 

London. Theatres. Royal Brunswick theatre. 

Casket, The. No. 58. Mar. 5, 1828. [The destruction of the Royal 
Brunswick theatre, London. London.] 1828. Illus. **T.76.i75 
Farren, p. Copy of a letter from Mr. Percy Farren ; stage manager 
of the late Royal Brunswick theatre. (In Thomson, J. A brief 
narrative of the opening and sudden destruction of the Royal 
Brunswick Theatre. Pp. 7-12. London. 1828.) **T.96.3o; etc. 
Full and accurate account, A, of the destruction of the Brunswick 
theatre. With a history of the theatre and of the introduction 
of theatres in the eastern part of the Metropolis. London. 1828. 
Plate. **T.76.i76 

Ground, The, of the theatre. An interesting review of circum- 
stances connected with the ground upon which the late "Royalty," 
and the more recent "New Brunswick Theatre" stood. London. 
[1828.] **T.96.366 

Smith, G. C. Dreadful catastrophe. An authentic narrative of the 
destruction of the Brunswick Theatre, Wellclose Square. Parts 
[i-]6. London. [1828.] **T.76.i73; etc. 

Thomson, C. The Brunswick: a poem. London. 1829. **T.76.28 
London. Theatres. Royal circus. 

DiBDiN, C. The Royal circus epitomized. London. 1784. **T.77.i72 

Read, T. The history of the Royal circus, introductory to the case 

of Mr. Read, late stage manager of that theatre; in a letter, to 

a friend. London. 1791. No. 4 in **G.3824.6 

London. Theatres. Royalty theatre. 

Ground, The, of the theatre. An interesting review of circumstances 
connected with the ground upon which the late "Royalty," and 
the more recent "New Brunswick Theatre" stood. London. 
[1828.] **T.96.366 

Jackman, L Royal and Royalty theatres. Letter to Phillips Glover. 
London. 1787. **T.75,53; etc. 

Letter, A, to the author of the burletta called Hero and Leander, 
in refutation of what he has advanced on the statutes for the 
regulation of theatres, and also of his observations on the con- 
sequences that must arise from the establishment of a theatre 
in 'Wellclose Square. London. 1878. **T.75.54 

Percival, J. Society for the Suppression of Vice. A few observa- 
tions in defence of the scenic exhibitions at the Royalty theatre, 
and on the intolerant censure of the drama in general; contained 
in the "Solemn protest" of the Rev. Tho. Thirlwall. London. 
1804. **T.76.6i ; etc. 

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London. Theatres. Royalty theatre. (Continued.) 

Review, A, of the present contest between the managers of the 

winter theatres, the Little theatre in the Hay-Market and the 

Royalty theatre in Well-Close Square. London. 1787. **T.75.5i 
Thirlwall, T. Royalty theatre. A solemn protest against the 

revival of scenic exhibitions and interludes at the Royalty theatre. 

London. 1803. **T.76.92; etc. 

Very plain state, A, of the case, or the Royalty theatre versus the 

Theatres Royal. London. 1787. **T,75.52 

London. Theatres. St. James's Hall. 

St. James's Hall. The Kean banquet, July 20, 1859. London. 

Brettell. [1859-] 32 pp. **T.96.i78 

Same. And the Kean testimonial presentation, March 22, 1862. 

[London. Brettell. 1862.] 48 pp. No. 18 in **G.3930.i3.i 

London. Theatres. Savoy. 

Cellier, F. a., and C. Bridgeman. Gilbert and Sullivan and their 

operas. With recollections and anecdotes of D'Oyly Carte & 

other famous Savoyards. Boston. 1914. Portraits. Plates. 

4047.135 
London. Theatres. Southwark theatres. 

WooLF, A. H. Shakespeare and the old Southwark playhouses. A 
lecture. [London. 1903.] 45993.167 

London. Theatres. Surrey theatre. 

Facts and documents relating to the reverses of the Surrey Gardens 
company. By a pensive shareholder. London. 1857. 

No. 7 in **M.i49.8 
London. Theatres. Swan theatre. 

Wheatley, H. B. On a contemporary drawing of the interior of 

the Swan theatre, 1596. Facsimile. (In New Shakspere Society. 

[Publications.] Series i. Transactions. No. 12. 1887-1892. 

Part IL, pp. 213-225. London. 1888.) **G.ioo.i.i887-i892; etc. 

London. Theatres. "The Theatre" in Shoreditch. 

Collier, J. P. Original history of "The Theatre," in Shoreditch, 
and connexion of the Burbadge family with it. (In Shakespeare 
Society, London. Papers. Vol. 4, pp. 63-70. London. 1849.) 

*4596.ii.4; etc. 
Wallace, C. W. The first London theatre: materials for a history. 
Lincoln, Neb. 1913. *3595-i04.i3 

London. Theatres. Whitefriars theatre. 

Greenstreet, J. The Whitefriars Theatre in the time of Shakspere. 
(Preprint. New Shakspere Society. Transactions. 1887-92. Pp. 
269-284. London. 1888.) **G.iio.5 

Same. (/;; New Shakspere Society. Transactions. No. 13. 

1887-92. Part HI, pp. 269-284. London. 1889.) **G.ioo.i. 1887-92 

London and elsewhere. Purnell, T. **T.98.9o 

London jester. The; or, museum of mirth, wit, and humour. [London. 

18—?] 80 pp. Colored illus. **T.96.28i 

Imperfect. Contains some notes on theatrical matters. 

London play bills and dramatic cuttings. 1766-1825. (loS) ff. Illus. 

Portraits. • **T.ii.5 

London playbills, pictures and cuttings. 1774-1874. (171) ff. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plan. Manuscripts. **T,ii,2 

Relates almost entirely to Covent Garden theatre. 

London Programme, The, and sketch-book. See Saturday Programme, 
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London Sketch-Book, The. [Monthly.] Vol. i, 2. Jan. 1874 -June 
1S75. London. 1874, 75. 2 v. in i. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.25.i3 

No more published. After the issue for June, 1875, The London Sketch-Book 
was combined with the weekly Figaro Programme under the title: The London 
Programme and sketch-book. After two issues this weekly changed its title 
to The Saturday Programme and sketch-book. It contains theatrical and musical 
notes and portraits. 

London theatres, The. Poem. Bellamy, T. No. 3 in **T.96.228.2 

Longuemare, Paul de. 

Le theatre a Caen 1628-1830. Paris. Picard. 1895. viii, v, 367, (i) 

pp. Plates. **T.77.94 

Looking Glass, The; or, daily theatrical mirror. No. 2, 3. Aug. 16, 17, 

1832. [Liverpool. 1832.] 3, 9-12 pp. **T.26.44 

Criticisms of performances at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool. 

Lord, Everett William. 

Children of the stage. New York. 1910. 31, (i) pp. [National 

Child Labor Committee. Pamphlet no. 137.] No. i in 5575-250 

Lorgnette, La. Revue des theatres, courrier des salons, journal des 

artistes. [Deux fois par semaine.] Vol. i (no. 1-28). 12 decembre, 

1841 - 17 mars, 1842. Nouvelle-Orleans. 1841, 42. 28 nos. in i v. 

**T.23.3 
Lorgnette, La, de spectacle. Pii.let, F. **T.59.45 

Lorgnette, La, des coulisses. Paris. Barba. 1820. 31, (i) pp. 

Relates to the Paris theatres. No. 5 in **G.3562.I 

Loring, William. 

Excavations at Megalopolis, 1890-1891. By Ernest Arthur Gardner, 
William Loring, G. C. Richards, W. J. Woodhouse. With an 
architectural description by Robert Weir Schultz. London. Mac- 
millan. 1892. vii, (3), 141 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. [Society 
for the promotion of Hellenic studies. Suppl. papers, i.] 
Describes the ancient amphitheatre. *2g6o.8l.I 

Lorsay, Eustache, illustrator. 

Theatres, Les, de Paris. Notices et portraits. Texte par une 
societe de gens de lettres. Dessins par Eustache Lorsay. — Litho- 
graphies par Collette. Paris. Biendine. [1854.] Variously 
paged. Colored portraits. **T.53.i2; etc. 

Lortzing, Gustav Albert. 

DuERiNGER, P. J. Albert Lortzing: sein Leben und Wirken. Leipzig. 
1851. Portrait. No. i in **M. 1093.29 

Lortzing family. 

Fritz, A. Die Kiinstlerfamilie Lortzing an rheinischen Biihnen. 
(In Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. Vol. i, pp. 160-168. Berlin. 
1904.) *6907.i2.i 

Loseley Manuscripts. 

Feuillerat, a., editor. Documents relating to the revels at court in 
the time of King Edward vi. and Queen Mary (the Loseley Manu- 
scripts). Edited with notes and indexes. Louvain. 1914. 

*255o.i07 
Lothar, Rudolf. 

Das Wiener Burgtheater. • Leipzig. Seemann. 1899. (3), 212, (i) 
pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. [Dichter und Dar- 
steller. 2.] 4871.130 

Lotos Club, New York. 

Elderkin, J. A brief history of the Lotos Club. New York. 
[1895.] Portraits. Plates. *A.5334 

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Louis II., of Bavaria. 

PossART, E., Ritter von. Die Separat-Vorstellungen vor Konig Ludwig 
II. Erinnerungen. Miinchen. Beck. 1901. (3), 65 pp. **T.77.22i 
Louis XV., of France. 

Campardon, L. fi. Madame de Pompadour et la cour de Louis xv 
au milieu du dix-huitieme siecle. Ouvrage suivi de documents 
inedits sur le theatre des petits cabinets. Paris. 1867. Portrait. 

**T.56.5i 
Louis XVIII., of France. 

Ordonnances du Roi, concernant la restitution des biens appartenant 
a Monseigneur le Due d' Orleans, et la remise des titres, plans, 
papiers, etc., qui se trouvent dans les archives et depots publics. 
Paris. Testu. 1818. 8 pp. **T.75.33 

Ordonnance sur la surveillance, Torganisation sociale et I'administra- 
tion du Theatre frangais. [Paris. 1816.] 27 pp. **T.95.74 

Louis Philippe, of France. 

Discussion sur les apanages, pour S. A. S. M&r le Due d' Orleans; 
centre le Sieur Julien. [Paris. Testu. 1818.] 32 pp. **T.75.34 
JuLiEN, A. Memoire a consulter et consultation pour le Sieur Julien, 
proprietaire de la salle du Theatre-frangais; contre S. A. S. Mon- 
seigneur le Due d'Orleans. [Paris. 1818.] Plan. **T.75.36 

Observations de M. Julien, additionnelles a I'expose des faits de 

son Memoire a consulter. [Paris. 1818.] **T.75.37 

Louis xviii., of France. Ordonnances du roi, concernant la restitution 
des biens appartenant a Monseigneur le Due d' Orleans, et la 
remise des titres, plans, papiers, etc., qui se trouvent dans les 
archives et depots publics. Paris. 1818. **T.75.33 

Memoire a consulter, et consultation, pour S. A. S. Monseigneur le 
Due d'Orleans; contre le Sieur Julien. [Paris. Testu. 1818.] 
(I ), 36, 40 pp. **.T.75.38 

Memoire pour S. A. S. Monseigneur le Due d'Orleans, demandeur; 
contre le Sieur Jullien, defendeur. [Paris. 1814?] (i), 39 pp. 

**T.75.29 

Plans relatifs au Palais-Royal, et discussion des questions qu'ils 
ont fait naitre au proces entre S. A. S. Ms^" le Due d' Orleans 
et le Sieur Julien. [Paris. 1818.I Plates. Colored plans. **T.75.35 

Points de fait et de droit les plus importans, pour les adjudicataires 
originaires de la salle du Theatre-frangais, appeles en garantie et 
intervenans; contre S. A. S. Mgr. le Due d' Orleans. [Paris. 
Demonville. 1818?] 39 pp. **T.75.40 

Resume servant de reponse pour M. Julien, proprietaire du Theatre 
frangais; contre S. A. S. Monseigneur le Due d' Orleans. [Paris. 
Feugueray. 1818?] 44 pp. **T.7S.39 

Louis, Louis Victor. 

Marionneau, C. C. Victor Louis, architecte du theatre de Bordeaux. 
Sa vie, ses travaux et sa correspondance, 1731-1800. Bordeaux. 
1881. Portrait. Plate. Plans. 4094.63 

Louis, Victor. See Louis, Louis Victor. 
Love, William Edward. 

Smith, G. Memoirs and anecdotes of Mr. Love, the polyphonist. 
Added, explanation of the phenomena of polyphony. [Boston. 
1850.] 6543.106 

Programme of the entertainment: preceded by memoirs of Mr. 

Love, the dramatic polyphonist; remarks on single-handed enter- 
tainments; anecdotes of eminent by-gone professors. London. 
[1855.] **T.55.4o 

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Love among the artists. Shaw, G. B. **T.87.io 

Love in the suds. Kenrick, W. **T.55-I7 

Lowe, Robert William. 

A bibliographical account of English theatrical literature. From the 
earliest times to the present day. London. Nimmo. 1888. x, (2), 
384 pp. *2i74.55 

The fashionable tragedian. A criticism [of Sir Henry Irvmg. Anon. 
By William Archer and Robert William Lowe]. Edmburgh. 
Gray & Co. [1877?] 24 Pp. Portraits. **T.57.363 

Thomas Betterton. London. Kegan Paul, Trench, Triibner & Co., 
Ltd. 1891. vi, (i), 196 pp. [Eminent actors. 2.] 

2546.115; **T.57.2oi 

Lowe, Robert William, editor. 

CiBBER, C. An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber written 

by himself. London. 1889. 2 v. Illus. Portraits. **T.54.7;etc. 

Churchill, C. The Rosciad and The apology. Edited by Robert 

W. Lowe. London. 1891. Portraits. **T.52.7 

DoRAN, J. "Their Majesties' servants." Annals of the English 

stage from Thomas Betterton to Edmund Kean. London. 1888. 

3 V. Illus. Portraits. *4572.ioo 

Lowndes, William. 

Theatrical list. Containing anecdotes, ballets, burlettas, comedies 
Annexed, a catalogue of books and tracts principally con- 
sisting of dramatic authors and treatises relative to the stage 
sold lay W. Lowndes. [London. 18—?] 24 pp. **T.65.2o 

Loydreau, fidouard. 

Les jolies actrices de Paris en I'an de grace 1843. Esquisses biogra- 
phiques. Paris. Breteau & Pichery. 1843. xxii, 132 pp. **T.58.i28 
Lucae, Richard. 

Das. Opernhaus zu Frankfurt a. M. erbaut von Richard Lucae, J. A. 
Becker und E. Giesenberg. Berlin. Ernst & Korn. 1883. (3), 
15 pp. 13 plates. *Cab.6o.96.7 

Lucangeli, Carlo. 

Modele qui offre la restauration du Colisee de Rome tel qu'il etoit 
originairement; de la soixantieme partie de la realite mesure 
lineaire. Rome. Salvioni. 1821. 24 pp. No. i in 4099,145 

Lucas, Hippolyte Julien Joseph. 

Curiosites dramatiques et litteraires. Avec une notice sur I'auteur. 
Paris. Gamier. 1855. xxiv, 406, (i) pp. _ **T.47.24 

Contents. — Notice sur I'auteur. — Litterature anglaise. — Theatre americain. — 
Theatre chiiiois. — Theatre de Hrotsvitha. 
Histoire philosophique et litteraire du theatre" frangais depuis son 
origine jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. Gosselin. 1843. (3), ii, (i), 
431" pp. [Bibliotheque d'elite.] **T.47.8 

Contains a chronological table of most of the dramas performed between 1200 
and 1862. Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3562.io. 

Same. Bruxelles. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & cie. 1862. 3 v. **T.47.6 
Lucinde. Ginisty, P. 6679a.i28 

Lucinge, Alix de Choiseul-Gouffier Faucigny-. See Faucigny-Lucinge, 

Alix de Choiseul-Gouffier. 
Ludlow, Noah Miller. 

Dramatic life as I found it: a record of personal experience; with 
an account of the drama in the West and South, with anecdotes 
and biographical sketches of the principal actors in the Missis- 
sippi Valley. St. Louis. Jones & Co. 1880. xix, 733 pp. 

2404.52; **T.56,ioi 

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Lulu. Champsaur, F. **T.86.7 

Lumiere, Henry. 

Le Theatre fraugais pendant la Revolution, 1789-1799. Avec plusieurs 
lettres inedites de Talma. Lettre-preface de Jules Claretie. Paris. 
Dentu. [1894-] X, (i), 438 pp. **T.77.i43 

Lumini, Apollo. 

II dramma nelle sacre rappresentazioni dei secoli xiv, xv e xvi. 
Prato. Nistri. 1875. 168 pp. No. 3 in **M.i27.4i 

Lumley, Benjamin. 

Reminiscences of the opera. London. Hurst & Blackett. 1864. 
XX, 448 pp. Portrait. **M. 149.6 

Deals with his management of His Majesty's Theatre, London. 

Lummis, Eliza O'Brien. 

The Catholic theatre movement. [New York. 1913.] 7 pp. 

**T.75-73 
Luntley, John, editor. 

Wallett, W. F. The public life of W. F. Wallett, the Queen's 
jester: an autobiography of forty years' professional experience 
and travels in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, 
South America, Mexico, the West Indies, &c. London. 1870. 
Portrait. **T.57.30i 

Lurieu, Jules Joseph Gabriel de. 

Memoires de M'le Flore, artiste du Theatre des varietes. [Anon. 
Par T. M. Dumersan et J. J. G. de Lurieu.] 2^ edition. Paris. 
Levy. 1847. 3 V. **T.56.2o8 

Lusson, Adrien Louis. 

Projet d'un theatre d'opera definitif pour la ville de Paris. En 

remplacement de I'Opera provisoire et recherches sur le lieu 

propre a son erection. Paris. Gratiot. 1846. 24 pp. Maps. 

Plans. No. S in **M.ii2.i6 

Lutherfestspiele, Die. Erdmann, G. A. 2874.76 

Luti, Zoebida. 

Siamese twins. The, Chang and Eng. With sketches of the lives 
of Miss Swan, the Nova-Scotian giantess, and Zoebida Luti, the 
lady of beauty. London. [i86g.] Portraits. **T.56.234 

Lyall, Edna, pseud. See Bayly, Ada Ellen. 

"Lyceumize the theatre." Williams, J. E. 6257.150 

Lyden, £mile Ferdinand Mugnot de. 

Le theatre d'autrefois et d'aujourd'hui. Cantatrices et comediens. 
1532-1882. Paris. Dentu. 1882. (3), 299 pp. **M. 127.29 

Lynn, H. S. 

The adventures of the strange man Dr. H. S. Lynn. With a supple- 
ment showing "How it's done!" Leicester. Lamb. 1878. 88 pp. 

**T.98.8 
Lynn, Neville. 

The Thespian papers, being a series of humorous essays on subjects 
of professional and amateur dramatic interest. London. Scott. 
1887. 134 pp. Autograph facsimile. **T.97.264 

Relates largely to British theatres. 
Lyonnet, Henry. 

Histoire du theatre. Dictionnaire des comediens frangais. (Ceux 
d'hier.) Biographic, bibliographic, iconographie. Paris. Librairie 
Mol.iere [etc. 1902-12]. 2 v. lUus. Portraits. Manuscript fac- 
similes. **T.53.2i 
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Le theatre hors de France. Serie 1-3. Paris. Ollendorff. 1897- 
iQoo. 3 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. Plans. 

6257.70; **T.77.86 

Contents. — i. Le theatre en Espagne. 2. Le theatre au Portugal. 3. Le theatre 

en Italia. 

Lyons, France. Theatres. 

Brouchoud, C. a. F. Les origines du theatre de Lyon. Mysteres, 
farces et tragedies, troupes ambulantes — Moliere. Lyon. 1865. 

**T.75.28 

Lyon theatre. Journal paraissant tous les dimanches. Litterature — 

beaux-arts — musique — biographies — nouvelles. Annee 2. 1874, 

Lyon. 1874. Portraits. **T.2i.8 

ViNGTRiNiER, E. Le theatre a Lyon au xviiie siecle. Lyon. 1879. 

**T.75.9 

Lyon theatre. Journal paraissant tous les dimanches. Litterature — 

beaux-arts — musique — biographies — nouvelles. Annee 2. 1874. 

Lyon. 1874. I V. Portraits. **T.2i.8 

The portraits are all photographs. 
Lyre, The; a musical and theatrical register. [Edited by J. W. Hudson.] 

Vol. I, 2. [London.] 1841. 2 v. Portraits. **M.i22.2i 

Lyttelton, Thomas, 2d Baron Lyttelton. 

Vauxhall affray. The; or, the macaronies defeated. A compilation 

of all the letters, squibs, &c., on both sides of that dispute. 

London. 1773. **T.97.337 

M 

M * * * Comre des guerres, & S^e de M. le D. le C. See Chaumont, , 

Chevalier de. 

M. * * * , vieux comedien, pseud. See Grimod de La Reyniere, Alexandre 
Balthasar Laurent. 

M., E. 

A brief defence of the stage, against the attacks of the Methodists 
and other sectarians; in a letter to a friend, intended chiefly as a 
reply to a pamphlet, written by Mr. Valentine Ward, entitled, 
"The stage; a dangerous and irreconcilable enemy to Christianity." 
Dublin. Underwood. 1824. (3), 36 pp. **T.76.88 

This pamphlet has been attributed to Eugene Macarthy. 

M., G. 

An essay on the profession of a player, &c. To which is added a 
description of the first theatre that was ever built, called the 
theatre of Bacchus, at Athens. York. Peacock. 1816. **T.96,36 

M., H., pseud. See Logan, William Hugh. 

M., J. T. See Merle, Jean Toussaint. 

M. L. J. D. B. See Mesle, le jeune, de BesanQon. 

Maas, Hermann. 

Aussere Geschichte der englischen Theatertruppen in dem Zeitraum 
von 1559 bis 1642. Louvain. Uystpruyst. 1907. x, 283 pp. 
[Materialien zur Kunde des alteren englischen Dramas.] 2553.129 

Litteratur, pp. vii, viii. 

Die Kindertruppen: ein Kapitel aus der Geschichte der englischen 
Theatergesellschaften in dem Zeitraume von 1559 bis 1642. 
Inaugural-Dissertation. Bremen. Grube & Dathe. '1901. vi, 
(I), 35, (I) pp. 2552.121 

Litteratur, p. (i). 

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Mabille, Bal, Paris. See Bal Mabille, Paris. 
McAfee, Helen Flora. 

Pepys on the Restoration stage. New Haven. Yale University 
Press. 1916. xi, 353 pp. Portraits. Plates. 4574.191 

Bibliographies, pp. 327-336. 

Macaroni, A, pseud. See Taylor, . 

Macaroni, Scavoir vivre, and theatrical magazine, The. Oct. 1772 -Dec. 
1773. London, Printed for the authors, and sold by John Williams. 
1772. 2 v. in I. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.52 

The title varies. On the title-page and in the issues for Oct., 1772-Mar., 1773 it 
is The Macaroni and theatrical magazine; in the issues for Apr. -Nov., i773. it is 
The Macaroni, Savoir vivre, and theatrical magazine. 

Macarthy, Eugene. 

A letter to the King, on the question now at issue between the 

"major" and "minor" theatres. London. Wilson. 1832. 16 pp. 

Relates to the theatres of London. **T.76.77 

Same. 2d edition. No. 4 in **G.3822.3 

Macarthy, Eugene, alleged author. 

A brief defence of the stage, against the attacks of the Methodists 
and other sectarians; in a letter to a friend, intended chiefly as a 
reply to a pamphlet, written by Mr. Valentine Ward, entitled, 
"The stage; a dangerous and irreconcilable enemy to Christianity." 
Dublin. Underwood. 1824. (3), 36 pp. **T.75.88 

Macaulay, George Campbell. 

Francis Beaumont. A critical study. London. Kegan Paul, Trench 
& Co. 1883. vii, 200 pp. 2553.66; **T.57.i22 

Macauley, Elizabeth Wright. 

Theatric revolution, or plain truth addressed to common sense. 
London. The Author. 1819. 30 pp. **T.96.2o 

Relates to Edmund Kean and Charles Bucke's tragedy of "The Italians." 
Another copy is on shelf -number No. ii in **G.3824.i3. 

McBride, Thomas J., compiler. 

Diagrams of the leading New York theatres. [New York. 1879.] 
40 pp. No. 3 in *4388.5i 

Maccabe, Frederic. 

The art of ventriloquism. Including full directions to learners how 
to acquire a pleasing vocalization; with amusing dialogues. Lon- 
don. Warne & Co. [1875.] iii-viii, no pp. **T.98.ii7 
McCann, Walter Edgar. 

Actors' memories. [Philadelphia. 1869.] 262-265 pp. 7608.128 

Cut from Lippincott's Magazine, vol. 3 [*734S-i]- 

MacCarthy, Desmond. 

The Court Theatre, 1904-1907: a commentary and criticism. With 
an appendix containing reprinted programmes of the "Vedrenne- 
Barker performances." London. Bullen. 1907. xiv, (2), 169 pp. 

**T.78.73 
McCarthy, Justin Huntly. 

To Ada Rehan. [Poem.] (/w D., E. A. Memories of Daly's theatres. 
P. 5. Portrait. [New York.] 1897.) **T.76.i95 

Macchetta, Blanche Roosevelt. 

Familiar faces. Victorien Sardou, poet, author and member of the 
Academy of France. A personal study. Preface by W. Beatty- 
Kingston. London. Kegan Paul, Trench, Triibner & Co., Ltd. 
1892. xiv, (i), 160 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.58.5i 
Same. [New York.] Low. [189-?] loi pp. Portrait. Autograph 
facsimile. **T.57.286 



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Macchetta, Blanche Roosevelt. (Continued.) 

Stage-struck; or she would be an opera-singer. New York. Fords, 
Howard & Hulbert. 1884. 521 pp. **M.io4.38 

Maccolini, Giuseppe. 

Delia vita e dell' arte di Antonio Tamburini fino al giugno del 1842. 
Breve commentario. Faenza. Montanari & Marabini. [1842.] 
22, (i) pp. 4049.187 

MacCoU, Malcolm. 

The Ammergau Passion Play. With some introductory remarks on 

the origin and development of miracle plays, and some practical 

hints for the use of intending visitors. London. Rivington. 1870. 

84 pp. **T.47.io2 

Same. 1871. 112 pp. 2866.5 

McConaughy, James Lukens. 

The school drama, including Palsgrave's introduction to Acolastus. 
New York. 1913. 116 pp. [Columbia University. Teachers 
College. Contributions to education. No. 57.] *3592.220.57 

M'Cready, William. 

Fact versus fallacy; or, the true state of the case between (the man 

who calls himself) John Prosser Edwin, comedian, late of the 

Theatre-Royal, Newcastle, and William M'Cready. Newcastle 

on Tyne. Mitchell. 1807. 40 pp. **T.56.2i 

M'Cready, William. Works about. 

Edwin, J. P. An appeal to the public, relative to the conduct of 
William M'Cready in the case of the author, John Prosser Edwin, 
comedian, of the Theatre-Royal, Newcastle. Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. 1807. **T.57.59 

Candour versus calumny; being an ample refutation of the 

malignant falsehoods and despicable misrepresentations lately 
published by the man-ager, William M'Cready. Written by the 
man callino- himself John Prosser Edwin, comedian. Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 1807. **T.57.58 

McCuUough, John. 

Edwarbs, H. Address delivered at St. George Hall, Philadelphia, 
November 12th, 1885. Obsequies of John McCullough. [Phila- 
delphia. 1885.] Portrait. **H.9o.42i 
Winter, W., editor. In memory of John McCullough. New-York. 
1889. Portrait. Plate. **T.55.62; etc. 
McFadden, Elizabeth Apthorp, and Lilian E. Davis. 

A selected list of plays for amateurs and students of dramatic expres- 
sion in schools and colleges. With an introduction by Ludella 
L. Peck. Cincinnati. McFadden. 1908. 96 pp. *2i75.6i 

Macfall, Haldane. 

Sir Henry Irving. Edinburgh. Foulis. 1906. 128 pp. Portraits. 

45493.195 
McGibeny family. 

The McGibeny Family. Fred. Pelham, manager. [Buffalo, N. Y. 
Courier Lith. Co. 1883.] 4 pp. Portraits. Plate. In**T.ii.3 

Contains a short historical sketch of the musical McGibeny family, from the 
Cleveland Herald, July 13, 1883, together with notices from other newspapers. 

MacHumbug, Leonard, Esq., pseud. 

Thespis to Apollo, an heroic epistle; proving the declining state of 
the Irish stage, and the necessity of improving it. Dublin: Printed 
by H. Colbert. 1792. 16 pp. No. 28 in **G.3822.3 

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Mackay, Constance D'Arcy. 

Costumes and scenery for amateurs. A practical working handbook. 
New York. Holt & Co. 1915. viii, 258 pp. Plates. 
Includes costumes for children's plays. 8076.214; Z.4od 19. 4 

How to produce children's plays. New York. Holt & Co. I9I5- 

(5), 151 pp. 6257.105 

Bibliography, p. 151. Appended is a list of plays for the public schools arranged 
according to grade. 

The little theatre in the United States. New York. Holt & Co. 

1917. viii, 277 pp. Plates. 6257.147 

McKay, Frederic Edward, and Charles Edgar Lewis Wingate, editors. 

Famous American actors of to-day. New York. Crowell & Co. 

1896.] 2 V. Portraits. 2346.119 

The two volumes are paged continuously. 

Same, viii, 399 PP- **T.57.68 

Mackaye, James Steele. 

Chronological list, A, of the dramatic works of [List A] Steele 
Mackaye, [List B] Percy Mackaye (1917). [New York? 1917.] 

**T.Cab.i.27 
Mackaye, Perc>. 

The civic theatre in relation to the redemption of leisure. A book 
of suggestions. New York. Kennerley. 1912. 308 pp. 6257.56 
Relates especially to the United States. 
The playhouse and the play and other addresses concerning the 
theatre and democracy in America. New York. The Macmillan 
Co. 1909. xiii, 210 pp. 6257.55 ; **T.47.34 

Mackaye, Percy. Works about. 

Chronological list, A, of the dramatic works of [List A] Steele Mac- 
kaye, [List B] Percy Mackaye (1917). [New York? 1917.] 

**T.Cab.i.27 
Mackenzie, John Mansfield. 

Catalogue of [his] very choice dramatic & general library, which 
will be sold by auction by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, the nth 
day of March. London. 1889. 170 pp. **T.65.i8 

Mackenzie, Robert Shelton, editor. 

RoBERT-HouDiN, J. E. Life of Robert Houdin, the king of the 
conjurors. Written by himself. Philadelphia. 1859. **T.97.353 

Same. Memoirs. Philadelphia. 1859. 6647.11 

Mackenzie, William Roy. 

The English moralities from the point of view of allegory. Boston. 
Ginn & Co. 1914. xv, 278 pp. [Harvard studies in English.] 

List of authorities and editions, pp. 271-273. 4579'237 

Mackinlay, Malcolm Sterling. 

Antoinette Sterling and other celebrities. Stories and impressions 
of artistic circles. London. Hutchinson & Co. 1906. xiii, (i), 
340 pp. Illus. Portraits. Facsimiles. 4044.126 

Garcia, the centenarian, and his times. Being a memoir of Manuel 
Garcia's life and labours for the advancement of music and 
science. Edinburgh. Blackwood. 1908. xii, (3), 335 pp. Por- 
traits. Facsimiles. 4047.302 
Mackinnon, Alan. 

The Oxford amateurs. A short history of theatricals at the Univer- 
sity. With a foreword by the Hon. & Rev. James Adderley. 
London. . Chapman & Hall, Ltd. 1910. xv, 309 pp. Portrait. 
Plates. Facsimiles. 2497.183 

Mainly an account of the O.xford University Dramatic Society. 
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Macklin, Charles. 

M-ckl-n's Answer to Tully. To Mark Tully, Esqre. At his 
house in — Elizium. London. Printed for S, Stonehouse and 
sold by P. Davey and B. Law. 1755. 19 pp. **T.97.56 

Signed C. M. Tully in the shades is, in all probability, Samuel Foote. 

Mr. Macklin's Reply to Mr. Garrick's Answer. Prefix'd all the 
papers, which have publickly appeared, in regard to this important 
dispute. London: Printed for J. Roberts. 1743. 36 pp. 

**T.97.323 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 8 in **G.3823.9 ; No. 7 in **G.3823.i8. 

Macklin, Charles. Works about. 

Apology, An, for the conduct of Mr. Charles Macklin, comedian; 
which, it is hoped, will have some effect in favour of an aged 
player, by whom the public at large have for many years been 
uncommonly gratified. London. 1773. **T.56.326; etc. 

Case, Mr. Macklin late of Covent-Garden Theatre, against Mess. 
Clarke, Aldys, Lee, James, and Miles. Edinburgh. [i775-] 

**T.56.255 

Citizen of the world. A, pseud. The genuine arguments of the 
council, with the opinion of the court of King's Bench, on cause 
shewn, why an information should not be exhibited against John 
Stephen James, Joseph Clarke, for a riotous conspiracy, founded 
to deprive Charles Macklin, one of the comedians, belonging to 
the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, of his livelihood. London. 
1774. No. 3 in **G.3824.4 

CoNGREVE, F. A. Authentic memoirs of the late Mr. Charles Macklin, 
comedian. London. 1798. **T.56.287; etc. 

Cook, W. Memoirs of Charles Macklin, comedian, with the 
dramatic characters, manners, anecdotes, &c., of the age in which 
he lived, and a chronological list of all the parts played by him. 
London. 1804. Portrait. **T.56.i99; etc. 

FooTE, S. An epistle from Tully in the shades [pseud.], to orator 
Ma n in Covent Garden. London. 1755. **T.97.55; etc. 

KiRKMAN, J. T. Memoirs of the life of Charles Macklin. Principally 
compiled from his own papers and memorandums: which 
contain his criticisms on and characters and anecdotes of 
most of his contemporaries. London. 1799. 2 v. Portrait. 

**T.56.2oi;etc. 

M-ckl-n's Answer to Tully. London. 1755. **T.97.56 

Parry, E. A. Charles Macklin. New York. 1891. **T.57.3; etc. 
Maclaren, Archibald. 

Memoir of Archibald Maclaren, dramatist; with a list of his works. 
Edinburgh. 1835. **T.58.43 ; etc. 

McLeod, Addison. 

Plays and players in modern Italy. A study of the Italian stage 

as affected by the political and social life, manners and character 

of to-day. London. Smith, Elder & Co. 1912. (11), 355, (i) pp. 

Portraits. Plates. 6257.68 

M'Moral, Archibald, pseud. 

Second-sight; or, the consequences of the reception given to Miss 
Foote, on the 5th February, 1825. London. Sherwood, Jones, & 
Co. 1825. 24 pp. **T.56.26o 

M'NicoU, David. 

A rational enquiry concerning the operation of the stage on the 
morals of society. Newcastle upon Tyne. Charnley. 1823. 88 pp. 

**T.96.39 



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Macready, Mary. 

Memoir of Mrs. Macready, with opinions of the press in the cities 
where she has performed. New York. 1857. v, 108 pp. Por- 
trait. 4444.88 
Macready, William Charles. 

Catalogue of [his] library. Also the collection of pictures [etc.]. 
Which will be sold by Christie, Manson & Woods. [London. 
1873.] 30 pp. No. 3 in **M. 141.29 

The diaries of William Charles Macready, 1833-1851. Edited by 
William Toynbee. New York. Putnam. 1912. 2 v. Portraits. 

4574.174 

Macready's Reminiscences, and selections from his diaries and letters. 
Edited by Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart. London. Macmillan & 
Co. 1875. 2 'v. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.204 

Another copy is on shelf-number *R.9.S48. 

Same. New York, xv, (i), 750 pp. 654ob.70 

To the public of Philad'a. In a card published in the Public Ledger 
and other morning papers. Mr. Forrest having avowed himself 
the author of the statements, Nov. 22d, 1848. Broadside. [Phila- 
delphia.] 1848. **T.53.5 

Relates to a quarrel between Macready and Forrest. 
Macready, William Charles. Works about. 

Account of the terrific and fatal riot at the New- York Astor Place 
Opera House, May loth, 1849; with the quarrels of Forrest and 
Macready, including all the causes which led to that awful tragedy. 
New- York. 1849. Plate. 4374.27; **T.56.i 16; etc. 

American citizen, An, pseud. A rejoinder to "The replies from 
England, etc., to certain statements circulated in this country 
respecting Mr. Macready." With an impartial history and review 
of the lamentable occurrences at the Astor Place Opera House. 
New York. 1849. 4374.72; **T.56.ii7; etc. 

Archer, W. William Charles Macready. London. 1890. 

2546.100; **T.57.2 

Brief memoir, A, of Mr. Macready. London. 1845. **T.56.289 

C, A. B., pseud. The drama, the press, and Mr. Macready. London. 
[1842.] **T.56.288 

Critical examination, A, of the respective performances of Mr. 
Kean & Mr. Macready, in Cibber's alteration of Shakespeare's 
historical play of King Richard the Third. London. 1819. 

**G.3937.33;etc, 

Fox, W. J. A biographical sketch of William C. Macready. Por- 
trait. (In Shakespeare, William. ' The complete works. Part iv., 
pp. 1-16. London. [1851.]) **G.40io.ii 

Grinsted, T. p. Gallery of theatrical portraits. V: William Charles 
Macready. [London. 1857.] No. g-9b in **G.3930.i3.2 

Lion's head. The. Mr. Macready's letter to the editor. [London. 
1823.] 489-491 pp. No. 7 in **G.3930.i3.2 

Littleton, R. H. T?he biography of William C. Macready, tragedian. 
London. [1851?] Portrait. **T.56.29o 

Pollock, J., Lady. Macready as I knew him. London. 1884. 

254ob.86;**T.57.2o8 

Price, W. T. A life of William Charles Macready. New York. 
[1894.] Portrait. **T.59.40 

Replies, The, from England, etc.. to certain statements circulated 
in this country respecting Mr. Macready. New York. 1849. 

**T.56.i24; etc. 
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Macready, William Charles. Works about. (Continued.) 

ScHAEF, Sir G. Recollections of the scenic effects of Covent Garden 
Theatre during the season 1838-9. London. 1839. (39) plates. 

**T.57.i 
Wallace, E. Sketches of Mr. Macready's attitudes in Ion. N. p. 
[183-?] 12 portraits. **T.53.20 

McVicker, James Hubert. 

A plain talk about the theatre, Chicago. Revell. [1882.] 83 pp. 

**T.78.77 

The "plain talk," which opposes the theatres, is followed by a correspondence 

between Herrick Johnson, Edwin C. Lamed and James H. McVicker, the two 

Iptter defending it. 
The press, the pulpit, and the stage. A lecture at Central Music Hall, 

Chicago, November 28, 1882. Chicago. The .Western News Co. 

1883. 79 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.76.29 

The theatre; its early days in Chicago. A paper read before the 

Chicago Historical Society. Chicago. 1884. 88 pp. **T.76.26 
Mad Bull, A, pseud. 

The 0-Poeiad, a satire. London. The Author. 1810. 16 pp. 

Refers to the Old Prices Riot in 1809. No. 3 in **G.3824.5 

Mad Tom, pseud. See Sowerby, . 

Maddern, Minnie. See Fiske, Minnie Maddern. 
Maddison, Robert. 

An examination of the oratorios which have been performed this 

season, at Covent-Garden Theatre. [Anon.] London: Printed 

for G. Kearsly. 1763. (4), 63 pp. No. 3 in **G.3824.i 

Mademoiselle Blanche. Barry, J. D. **T.87.i5 

Madero, Marcus Antonius, editor. 

Calliachi, N. Nicolai Calliachii De ludis scenicis mimorum, & 
pantomimorum syntagma posthumum. Patavii. 1713- Portrait. 

**G.294.54 
Madrid, Spain. Theatres. 

Desdevizes du Dezert, G. N. Le theatre populaire a Madrid. (In 
Entre camarades. Pp. 273-278. Paris. 1901.) 2671. 161 

Madrid, Spain. Theatres. Teatro Moratin. 

Chauderlot, , and F. Festeau. Proyecto de casas pertenecientes 

al Sf Don Jose de Fontagud Gargollo. Teatro [Moratin]. Madrid. 
1871. 23 plans. *Cab.6o.82.5 

Maeder, Clara Fisher. 

Autobiography. Edited by Douglas Taylor. New- York. 1897. 
xlviii, (i), 138 pp. Portraits. Facsimiles. Autograph facsimile. 
[Dunlap Society. Publications.] **T.95.i6 

Maennel, Lina, editor. 

Jahrbuch des kaiserl. konigl. Hof-Burgtheaters fiir das Jahr 1908. 
Herausgegeben von Lina Mannel. Wien. Im Selbstverlage der 
Herausgeberin. [1908.] ' **T.78.74 

The Jahrbuch for 1909 is included in. the Amtliches Jahrbuch der kaiserlich 
koniglichen Hoftheater in Wien [**T.78.7s]. 

Maffei, Francesco Scipione, Marchcse. 

A compleat history of the ancient amphitheatres. More peculiarly 
regarding the architecture of those buildings, and in particular 
that of Verona. Made English from the Italian original by 
Alexander Gordon. London: Printed for Harmen Noorthouck. 
1730. xvi, 412, (11) pp. Plates. Plans. **T.77.i4 

Same. 2d edition, enlarged. Printed for W. Sare. Ji735?] **T.77.i5 
Maffei, Scipione, Marchese. See Maffei, Francesco Scipione, Marchese. 



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Magazine articles, Miscellaneous. Vol. 1-5. N. p. N. d. 5 v. Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.i6.i 
Each volume has an index. 
Magazine subject index, The. See Annual magazine subject index. 
Magen, Adolphe. 

La troupe de Moliere a Agen d'apres un document inedit. [2e edition, 
2e tirage.] Paris. Picard. 1877. 44 pp. **T.s6.i44 

Magic. See Legerdemain. 

Magician, A, in many lands. Bassett, J. 3015.78 

Magician's tour, A. Kellar, H. 6267.69; **T.57.356 

Magne, Auguste. 

Monographie du nouveau theatre du Vaudeville, erige par la ville 
de Paris. Paris. Ducher. 1873. 14 pp. 30 plates. *Cab.6o.8i.3 
Magnin, Charles. 

Histoire des marionnettes en Europe depuis I'antiquite jusqu'a nos 
jours. Paris. Levy. 1852. (3), 346 pp. **T.95.84 

Same. 2e edition, corrigee. 1862. (3). 356 pp. 6297.25 

Les origines du theatre antique et du theatre moderne ou histoire 
du genie dramatique depuis le i^r jusqu' au xvi^ siecle. Paris. 
■ Eudes. [183-?] (8), xxxii, 522 pp. 4673-67; **T.46.4 

The dedication and the errata are missing in the copy on shelf-number **T.46.4. 

Same. Les origines du theatre moderne ou histoire du genie 

dramatique depuis le i^r jusqu' au xvi^ siecle, precedee d'une 

introduction contenant des fitudes sur les origines du theatre 

antique. Tome i. Paris. 1838. 6671.72 

Magrini, Antonio. 

II Teatro Olimpico nuovamente descritto ed illustrate. Padova. 
Tipi del Seminario. 1847. 100 pp. Plate. **T.96.4 

Mague de Saint-Aubin, Jacques Antoine. 

La reforme des theatres, ou vues d'un amateur, sur les moyens 
d'avoir toujours des acteurs a talens sur les theatres de Paris & 
des grandes villes du royaume, & de prevenir les abus des troupes 
ambulantes, sans priver les petites villes de I'agrement des spec- 
tacles. A Paris, chez Guillot. 1787. iv, 125, (2) pp. **T.76.ii2 
Mahalin, Paul. 

Au bout de la lorgnette. Paris. Tresse. 1883. (3), 338 pp. **T.57.23 

Sketches of Parisian actors and dramatists. 

Ces petites dames du theatre. [Anon.] Paris. 1862. 128 pp. Plate. 

Relates to the theatres of Paris. **T.59.l8 

Les jolies actrices de Paris. Serie [i-]5. Paris. Pache & Deffaux 

[etc.]. 1868-89. 5 V. Illus. Portraits. **T.57.24 

Les memoires du Bal Mabille. [Anon.] Paris. 1864. (3), 124 pp. 

Portrait. **T.99,46 

Mesdames de Cceur-Volant. Paris. Dentu. 1886. (3), 364 pp. 

**T.87.5o 

A collection of short stories and plays, some of them relating to the theatre. 
Maid, A. of the Malyerns. Porter, T. H. **T.87.ioi ; etc. 

Maillet-Duclairon, Antoine. 

Essai sur la connoissance des theatres frangois. [Anon.] A Paris, 

chez Prault pere. 1751. x, (2), 105, (3) pp. **G.3563.i9 

Relates chiefly to the Paris theatres. 
Maindron, Charles Ernest. 

Les affiches illustrees. (1886-1895.) Paris. Boudet. 1896. (5), ii, 

251 pp. Illus. Plates, some colored. *407i.45 

This contains a number of theatre posters. 

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Maindron, Charles Ernest. (Continued.) 

Marionnettes et guignols, les poupees agissantes et parlantes a 
travers les ages. Paris. Juven. [1900.] (7), 381 pp. lUus. Por- 
traits. Plates, some colored. 4671.88 
Les programmes illustres des theatres et des cafes-concerts, menus, 
cartes d'invitation, petites estampes, etc. Preface par Pierre 
Veber. Paris. Lamm. [1897.] (12), 40 pp. (62) plates, mostly 
colored. **T.i2.6 
Same. [Tome] i. (8), 40 pp. (60) plates. *407i.46 
Maindron, Ernest. See Maindron, Charles Ernest. 
Maine, Anne Louise Benedicte de Bourbon, Duchesse du. 

JULLiEN, J. L. A. La comedie a la cour. Les theatres de societe 
royale pendant le siecle dernier. La Duchesse du Maine et les 
grandes nuits de Sceaux, Madame de Pompadour et le Theatre 
des petits cabinets, le theatre de Marie-Antoinette a Trianon. 
Paris. [1883.] Portraits. Plates. **T.73.4 

Les grandes nuits de Sceaux. Le theatre de la Duchesse du 

Maine. Paris. 1876. **T,95.5i 

Mainz, Germany. Theatres. 

Peth, J. Geschichte des Theaters und der Musik zu Mainz. Ein 
Beitrag zur deutschen Theatergeschichte. Mainz. 1879, 83. 2 v. 
in I. **T.76.23 

Mciiquez, Isidoro. 

Crosby, M. R. Maiquez. Read before The Castilian Club. (In 
Castilian Club. Original papers. Vol. 3S, PP- 35-47- Portrait. 
Boston. 1911.) **G.i6i.i.33 

Maitresses, Les, de Moliere. Pifteau. B. J. **T. 57.331 

Major and minor theatres. A concise view of the question, as regards 
the public, the patentees, and the profession, with remarks on 
the decline of the drama, and the means of its restoration. Added, 
the petition now lying for signature. By one of the public. 
London. Strange. 1832. 24 pp. **T.76.72 

Relates to the theatres of London. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 5 in 
**G.3S22.3, which lacks pp. 17-24. 

Making up. 

Altmann, F. Die Maske des Schauspielers. Practische Anleitung 
in der Kunst, sich zu schminken. Berlin. [1875.] **T.97.9i 

Hageman, M. Hageman's Make-up book. Grease-paints: their 
origin, use and application. Chicago. [1898.] 6257.27 

Haresfoot and Rouge, pseud. How to "make-up." A practical guide. 
London. 1877. Colored plates. **T.77.i66; etc. 

Morton, C. The art of theatrical make-up. London. 1909. Por- 
trait. Plate. 6003.91 
Young, J. Making up. New York. [1905.] lUus. Portraits. Plates. 

*6257.26 
Makower, Stanley Victor. 

The art of pantomime ballet. (In Grey, Robin, pseud. Studies in music 
by various authors. Pp. 274-291. New York. 1901.) 4046.110 
Mai du theatre, Le. Deschaumes, E. **T.77.i40 

Malassis, A. P. See Poulet-Malassis, Paul Emmanuel Auguste. 
Malcolm, James Peller. 

Anecdotes of the manners and customs of London during the 
eighteenth century. 2d edition. Vol. 2. London. Longman. 
Hurst, Rees & Orme. 1810. *2496.io6.2 

Amusement: detail of its principal varieties since 1700, pp. 107-3 11. 

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Malcolm, James Peller. (Continued.) 

Anecdotes of the manners and customs of London from the Roman 
invasion to the year 1700. 2d edition. Vol. 3. London. Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown. 181 1. *2496.io5.3 

Amusements, pp. 1-105. 

Malherbe, Charles Theodore. 

Histoire de I'Opera-Comique. La seconde Salle Favart. 1840-1887. 
[Par] Albert Soubies et Charles Malherbe. Paris. Marpon & 
Flammarion. 1892, 93- 2 v. Plate. Facsimile. **M.i39a.ii 

Precis de I'histoire de I'Opera-Comique. [Par] Albert Soubies et 
Charles Malherbe. Paris. Dupret. 1887. 68 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number *»M.i_'oa.3S. 26398.67; No. I in **M.2o8.3I 

Meilibran, Maria Felicita Garcia. 

Barbieri, G. Notizie biografiche di M. F. Malibran. Milano. 1836. 
Portrait. No. 3 in **M. 125.7 

Bertrand, J. La Malibran. Anecdotes. Paris. 1864. Portrait. 

**M. 128.59 
BuNN, A. A grand commemoration of the departed genius of music! 
. . . Malibran. [Verses.] London. [1836.] Plate. 

**T.36.7i; No. 2 in **M.i47.34 
Husk, W. H., editar. Templeton & Malibran. Reminiscences, with 
original letters and anecdotes. London. [1880.] Portraits. 

**M.i49.29; etc. 
Legouve, G. J. B. E. W. Maria Malibran. Paris. [1880.I 

**M.iog.i4; etc. 
Merlin, M. de S. C, Comtesse de. Memoirs and letters of Madame 
Malibran. Philadelphia. 1840. 2 v. 4049.265; etc. 

Nathan, L Memoirs of Madame Malibran de Beriot. London. 
1836. No. I in **M.i47.3.i ; etc. 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Marie Malibran. The story of a great 
singer. London. 191 1. Portrait. 4047-303 

[Press notices on the life and death of Madame Malibran. Lon- 
don? 183-?] **M.376.22 
Malitourne, Armand, and others. 

Traite du melodrame, par Mm. A! A! A [pseud, de Armand Mali- 
tourne, Juste Abel Hugo et Jean Joseph Ader]. Paris. Delaunay. 
1817 viij, 79, d) PP- **T.96.307 

Malle, La, du tragedien. [N. p. 18—?] 245-263 pp. **T.96.i6o 

A story of theatrical life. Cut from some book or periodical. 

Malliot, Antoine Louis. 

La musique au theatre. Paris. Amyot. 1863. viii, 432 pp. Tables. 

**M.I29.20 

Le nouveau regime des theatres dans les departements. Fondation 
des theatres imperiaux de la province. Rouen. Lapierre & c^. 

1865. 62 pp. , **T.97.222 

Favors state subsidies for theatres outside of Paris. 
Malo, Charles, editor. 

Almanach des spectacles par K. Y. Z. [pseud.]. Annee [i-]8. Paris. 

[1818-25.I 8 V. Colored portraits. **T.29.i8 

Malone, Edmund. 

Catalogue of early English poetry and other miscellaneous works 

illustrating the British drama, preserved in the Bodleian Liljrary. 

Oxford University Press. 1836. viii, 52 pp. **G.50.24 

An historical account of the rise and progress of the English stage, 

and of the economy and usages of our ancient theatres. [With 

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Malone, Edmund. (Continued.) 

additions by G. Steevens.] (In Shakespeare, William. Plays. 
Vol. 3. Basil. M. dcc. ic.) 6602.18 

Other editions are on shelf-numbers 4594-3-3 ; **G.3936.35.3 ; **G. 4035. 1.3. 

Malone, John, editor. 

Wegelin, O. Early American plays, 1714-1830: being a compilation 
of the titles of plays by American authors published and per- 
formed in America previous to 1830. New York. 1900. [Dunlap 
Society. Publications.] *T.95.23 

Malone Society. 

Collections. Vol. i. [Oxford.] 1911. i v. in 4. Facsimiles. **G.4077.i5 
Edited by W. W. Greg. Relates to the drama and the theatre in England. 

Man in the Moon, The. [Weekly.] Consisting of essays and critiques 
on the politics, morals, manners, drama, &c. of the present day. 
No. 1-24. Nov. 12, 1803 -Tan. 28. 1804. London. Highley. 1804. 
(3), 194, (2) pp. **T.26.io 

Gushing attributes this work to George Brewer. 

Man of the world, A. 

Parody, A, and answer to W. C. C.'s essay on the evil tendency of 

the theatre. By "A man of the world"; but not a "Macsycophant" 

[pseud.]. Edinburgh. 1834. **T.95.34 

Management. Hum, Humphrey, Esq., pseud. **T.96.i8i 

Manager's note-book. No. 1-14. November, 1837 - December, 1838. 

[London. 1837, 38.] 14 numbers in i v. **G.3822.7 

Same. No. 2-7, 9, 10. **G.3930.i3 

A collection of biographies of the leading actors on the English stage, extracted 

from the New Monthly Magazine [Period. Room *53i7.i]. 

Manchester, England. Theatres. 

Manchester Dramatic and Musical Review, The. [Weekly.] No. i, 
2, 4-12, 12 (supplement), 13-16, 16 (supplement), 17-28, 28 (supple- 
ment), 29-43. Nov. 14, 1846 -Sept. 4, 1847. [Manchester.] 1846, 
47. **T.26.39 

Manchester Guardian, The. The Manchester stage, 1880-1900. 
Criticisms reprinted from "The Manchester Guardian." West- 
minster. [1900.] **T.48.9 
Procter, R. W. Manchester in holiday dress. London. 1866. 

**T.77.89 

Our turf, our stage, and our ring. Manchester. 1862. Illus. 

Plate. **T.97.i62 

Squib, The; being a satire on passing events in Lancashire. [Con- 
taining criticisms on performances at the Manchester theatres. 
Weekly.] No. 26, 27. Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 1833. [Manchester. 1833.] 

**T.26.6o 
White, J. F. An appeal to the public at large, of the town of 
Manchester, but chiefly addressed to the violent opposer.-^ of J. 
F. White, comedian: wi,th observations on the management of 
theatres, and the peculiar situation of performers in general. 
Manchester. 1803. **T.57.46 

Manchester, England. Theatres. Theatre Royal. 

Argus; or, the theatrical observer: containing critical, yet impartial 
• strictures, on the merits and demerits of the principal performers, 
of the Theatre Royal, Manchester. To be continued every fort- 
night. No. 1-6. Nov. 24, 1804- Feb. 9, 1805. Manchester. Dean 
& Co. 1804, 05. **T.98.64 

Candid hearer, A, pseud. The censor, or theatrical review. To be 
continued occasionally. Manchester. 1807. **T.76.i53 

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Manchester, England. Theatres. Theatre Royal. (Continued.) 

Philipi, pseud. A peep into the Theatre-Royal, Manchester; with 
some remarks on the merits and demerits of the performers. 
Manchester. 1800. **T.98.63 

Prompter, The; or, theatrical investigator. [Weekly.] No. [1-I19. 
Manchester. Wilson [etc. 1815, 16]. *='=T.28.io 

Theatrical Censor, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-6. May 24 -June 28, 
1828. [Manchester. 1828.] **T.98.66 

Theatrical Inquisitor, The; or, an enquiry into what two worthy 
managers have promised, and what performed. Manchester. 
1804. **T.77,i2 

Townsman, The. No. 1-24. Addressed to the inhabitants of Man- 
chester, on theatricals. Manchester. [1803-05.] **T.26.65 ; etc. 

Union Pilot, The, and co-operative intelligencer. Vol. i (no. 2). 
Jan. 21, 1832. [Manchester.] 1832. **T.26.48 

Watson, J. An address to the inhabitants of Manchester, on 
theatricals, by .a townsman. Manchester. [1803.] **T.77.29 

Manchester Dramatic and Musical Review, The. [Weekly.] No. i, 2, 
4-12, 12 (supplement), 13-16, 16 (supplement), 17-28, 28 (supple- 
ment), 29-43. Nov. 14, 1846- Sept. 4, 1847. [Manchester.] 1846, 
47- **T.26.39 

Manchester Guardian, The. 

The Manchester stage, 1880-1900. Criticisms reprinted from "The 
Manchester Guardian." Westminster. Constable & Co. [1900.] 
241 pp. **T.48.9 

Mann, Charles N. 

The private library and collection of portraits of Charles N. Mann. 
For sale at auction. New York. The Anderson Auction Co. 1907. 
2 V. in I. [No. 540, 541.] **T.65.30 

Contents. — I. The library. Books dramatic and miscellaneous. 2. Engravings, 
autographs, playbills, etc. 
Manne, Armand Edmond Denis de. 

Galerie historique des comediens de la troupe de Talma. Notices 
sur les principaux societaires de la Comedie frangoise depuis 1789 
jusqu' aux trente premieres annees de ce siecle. (Ouvrage faisant 
suite a La troupe de Voltaire.) Avec des portraits par Frederic 
Hillemacher. Lyon. Scheuring. 1866. ix, 436, (3) pp. Portraits. 

**T.56.93 

Galerie historique des comediens frangois de la troupe de Voltaire. 
Graves par Henri Lefort. Avec des details biographiques inedits, 
recueillis sur chacun d'eux par E.-D. de Manne. Nouvelle edition 
augmentee. Lyon. Scheuring. 1877. viii, 424, (3) pp. Portraits. 

4644-51 ;**T.56.92 
Manne, Armand Edmond Denis de, and Charles Menetrier. 

Galerie historique de la Comedie frangaise. Pour servir de comple- 
ment a La troupe de Talma. Depuis le commencement du siecle 
jusqu'a I'annee 1853. Ornee de portraits par Fugere. Lyon. 
Scheuring. 1876. viii, 310, (i) pp. Portraits. 2656.66; **T.56.94 

Galerie historique des acteurs frangais, mimes et paradistes qui se 
sont rendus celebres dans les annales des scenes secondaires 
depuis 1760 jusqu'a nos jours. Pour servir de complement a La 
troupe de Nicolet. Ornee de portraits par J.-M. Fugere. Lyon. 
Scheuring. 1877. viii, 384 pp. Portraits. 2653.68; **T.56.95 

Galerie historique des comediens de la troupe de Nicolet. Notices 
sur certains acteurs et mimes qui se sont fait un nom dans les 



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Manne, Armand Edmoiid Denis de, and Charles Menetrier. ^ (Continued.) 
annales des scenes secondaires depuis 1760 jusqu'a nos jours. 
Avec des portraits graves a I'eau-forte par Frederic Hilleniacher. 
Lyon. Scheuring. 1869. viii, 414, (i) pp. lUus. Portraits. 

**T.56.340 
Manne, E. D. de. See Manne, Armand Edmond Denis de. 
Mannheim, Germany. Theatre. 

Hermann, E. Das Mannheimer Theater vor hundert Jahren. Mann- 
heim. 1886. **T.77.59 
KoFFKA, W. Iffland und Dalberg. Geschichte der classischen 
Theaterzeit Mannheims. Leipzig. 1865. 48893.7 
Martersteig, M. Die Protokolle des Mannheimer Nationaltheaters 
unter Dalberg aus den Jahren 1781 bis 1789. Mannheim. 1890. 

**T.76.i88 
PiCHLER, A. Chronik des Grossherzoglichen Hof- und National- 
Theaters in Mannheim. Zur Feier seines hundertjahrigen Beste- 
hens. Mannheim. 1879. Plate. **T.75.69 

Manni, Domenico Maria. 

Notizie istoriche intorno al Parlagio ovvero anfiteatro di Firenze. 
In Bologna. 1746. Per Tommaso Colli, xii, 39, (i) pp. **T.74.20 
Manning, Philip. 

Idealismus und Realismus in der deutschen Schauspielkunst. wahrend 
deren Bliithezeit, 1760-1840. Inaugural-Dissertation, Basel. Frei- 
burg i. B. 1892. loi, (i) pp. 6874.52 
Mansel, Robert. 

Free thoughts upon Methodists, actors, and the influence of the 
stage. With an introductory letter upon the origin of the drama, 
&c. Likewse, a discourse on the lawfulness and unlawfulness of 
plays, by Father Caffaro. Hull: The Author. 1814. iv, (7), 206, 
(I) pp. **T.77.i70 

Same. (In A defence of the drama. Pp. 19-294- New York. 1826.) 
Another copy is on shelf-number **K.37.i2. **T.78.6 

A short struggle for stage or no stage: originating in a sermon, 
preached by Thomas Best in St. James's Church, Sheffield. 
Sheffield. Todd. [1818.] 16 pp. **T.76.86 

A collection of letters principally by or to Robert Mansel and published by him. 
Another copy is on shelf-number **T.96.63. 

Mansfield, Richard. 

Wilstach, p. Richard Mansfield. The man and the actor. New 
York. 1908. Portraits. 4343-273 

Winter, W. Life and art of Richard Mansfield. With selections 
from his letters. New York. 1910. 2 v. Portraits. Plate. Fac- 
simile. 4343.275 
Manteau, Le, d'Arlequin. Montagne, fi. C. P. **T.77.i28 
Mantel, A. P. 

Rachel. Details inedits. Paris. Delahays. 1858. 96 pp. Manu- 
script facsimile. **T.99.32 
Mantellini, G., translator. 

RiSTORi, A. Memoirs and artistic studies of Adelaide Ristori. With 
biographical appendix by L. D. Ventura. New York. 1907. Por- 
traits. Plates. 2742.95 
Mantzius, Carl. 

A history of theatrical art in ancient and modern times. "VVith an 
introduction by William Archer. Authorized translation by 

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Mantzius, Carl. (Continued.) 

Louise von Cossel. London. Duckworth & Co. 1903-09. 5 v. 
Portraits. Plates. Plans. 6252.66 

Cnntents. — i. The earliest times: Introduction; Author's introduction; The 
Chinese theatre; The Japanese theatre; The Indian theatre; The Greek theatre; 
The Roman theatre. 2. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Ecclesiastical 
plays; Secular plays; Italian comedy and the professional actors; The develop- 
ment of the stage of the Renaissance: Appendix; Bibliography: Index. 3. The 
Shakespearean period in England. 4. MoHere and his times: The theatre in 
France in the 17th century. 5. The great actors of the eighteenth century. 

Moliere. Les theatres, le public & les comediens de son temps. 
Traduit du danois par Maurice Pellisson. Paris. Colin. 1908. 
(3), xvi, 315 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. **T.55.i02 

Bibliographic, pp. 301, 302. 

Manuel, R., pseud. 

La comedie de salon. Comment on la monte et comment on«la joue. 

Paris. Kolb. [1892.] (3), 263, (i) pp. Illus. [Guides de la vie 

pratique.] 26793.115 

Manuel dramatique. Geoffroy, J. L. **T.49.ii 

Manuel du vaudevilliste. [Anon.] See Tourret, Gaspard. 

Manzi, Guglielmo. 

Discorso sopra gli spettacoli, le feste, ed il lusso degl' Italiani nel 
secolo XIV. Con note ed illustrazioni. Roma. Mordacchini. 
18 18. 190 pp. Plate. 2740.8 

Mapes, Victor. 

Duse and the French. With an introduction by Daniel Frohman. 
New-York. 1899. ix, (i), 56, (4) pp. Portrait. Autograph fac- 
simile. [Dunlap Society. Publications.] **T.g5.i9 
Mar, Cecil, translator. 

Racovitza-Schevvitsch, H., Baronin von. Princess Helene von 
Racovv^itza. An autobiography. New York. 1910. Portrait. 2845.109 
Mara, Gertrud Elisabeth. 

NiGGLi, A. Gertrud Elisabeth Mara: eine deutsche Kiinstlerin des 

18. Jahrhunderts. [Leipzig. 1881.] No. 8 in **M.2i5.4 

Ungarn-Sternberg, a., Freiherr von. Kiinstlerbilder. Band i : Gertrud 

Mara. Leipzig. 1861. 6898.144.1 

Marbach, Gotthard Oswald. 

Dramaturgische Blatter. Heft i, 2. Leipzig. Friese. 1866. 134, 
(i) pp. No. 2 in **G.39i4.24 

Contents. — I. Vorwort: Die Kunst der Neuzeit. — Innere Grunde des Verfalls 
der Biihne der Gegenwart. — Das Staatstheater zu Athen. 2. Aeussere Grunde 
des Verfalls der Buhne der Gegenwart. — Das Theater als Kunstanstalt und das 
Interesse des Staates an demselben. 

Marble, Danforth. 

Kelly, J. F. Dan. Marble; a biographical sketch of that humorist, 
with reminiscences, comicalities, anecdotes, etc. New York. 
[1851.] Plates. **T.58.35 

Marc-Constantin. See Constantin, Marc. 
Marcello, Benedetto. 

Le theatre a la mode au xviiie siecle. (II teatro alia moda.) Tra- 
duction precedee d'une etude sur Marcello par Ernest David. 
Paris. Fischbacher. 1890. (3), 156 pp. No. 5 in **M.i39.22 

Marchand, Jean Henri. 

Remonstrances des comediens frangois au roi. [Anon. Paris. 1753.] 
16 pp. **T.98.94 

Marcosson, Isaac Frederick, editor. 

TuRNouR, J. The autobiography of a clown. New York. 1910. 
Portraits. 2249.91 

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Marcosson, Isaac Frederick, and Daniel Frohman. 

Charles Frohman: manager and man. With an appreciation by James 
M. Barrie. New York. Harper. 1916. (5), 440 pp. Illus. Portraits. 

Mentions many actors and actresses. 4343.270; **T. 56.337 

Mareschal, G., prefacer. 

DucoM, J. Le cinematographe scientifique et industriel. Traite 
pratique de cinematographie. Paris. 1911. Illus. Plates. Plans. 

80393.58 
Margaret, pseud. 

Theatrical sketches. Here and there with prominent actors. New 
York. The Merriam Co. [1894.] 217 pp. Portraits. 

43493.244; **T.58.i 1 1 
Marggraff, Hermann, editor. 

Allgemeines Theater-Lexikon oder Encyklopadie alles wissens- 
werthen fiir Buhnenkiinstler, Dilettanten und Theaterfreunde, 
unter Mitwirkung der fachkundigsten Schriftsteller Deutschlands 
heraugegeben von R. Blum, K. Herlosssohn, H. Marggraff. Neue 
Ausgabe. Altenburg. 1846. 7 v. in 3. Plates. Plan. **T.78.69 
Contents. — i. A-Bouilly. 2. Boulanger-Devise. 3. Devrient-Garnitur. 4. 
Garrick-Ker. 5. Kette-Niais. 6. Niccolini-Sisyphus. 7. Situation-Zwischen- 
spiel. — Nachtrage, Zusatze und Berichtigungen. 

Mariana, Juan de. 

De spectacvlis. {In his Tractatvs vii. Pp. 127-188. Colonise 
Agrippinas. 1709.) **H.62.i3 

In opposition to the theatre. Another copy is on shelf-number **D.272.9. 

Mariani, Angelo. 

Figures contemporaines tirees de I'Album Mariani. Vol. i, 2. Paris. 
Flammarion [& Floury]. 1894, 96. 2 v. Portraits. Manuscript 
facsimiles. **T.53.i4 

Contains biographical sketches of several actors and singers, accompanied by 
portraits, and facsimiles of commendations of Vin Mariani. 

Marie Antoinette, Queen of Louis XVI., of France. 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. La comedie a la cour. La Duchesse du Maine et 
les grandes nuits de Sceaux, Madame de Pompadour et le Theatre 
des petits cabinets, le theatre de Marie-Antoinette a Trianon. 
Paris. [1883.] Portraits. Plates. **T.73.4 

Marie Burroughs art portfolio, The, of stage celebrities. A collection 
of photographs of the leaders of dramatic and lyric art. Chicago. 
Marquis & Co. 1894. 14 parts in i v. Portraits. [International 
photographic series.] 22403.61 ; **T.54.I2 

Marignie, Jean fitienne Frangois de, translator. 

Murphy, A. Vie de David Garrick, suivie de deux lettres de Noverre 

a Voltaire sur ce celebre acteur, et de Thistoire abregee du 

theatre anglais, depuis son origine jusqu'a la fin du xviii^ siecle. 

Paris. An ix. [1800/01.] Portrait. **T.58.90 

Marigny, Abel Frangois Poisson, Marquis de. 

Campardon, L. E. Madame de Pompadour et la cour de Louis xv 
au milieu du dix-huitieme siecle. Ouvrage suivi de documents 
inedits sur le Theatre des petits cabinets. Paris. 1867. Portrait. 

**T.56.5i 
Marin, Frangois Louis Claude, alleged author. 

Bibliotheque du theatre frangois, depuis son origine. See Bibliotheque 
du theatre frangois, depuis son origine. 
Mario, Giuseppe, Conte di Candia. 

Pearse, Mrs. G., and F. Hird. The romance of a great singer. A 
memoir of Mario. London. 1910. Portraits. Plates. 4048,336 

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Marionettes. See Puppet shows. 
Marionneau, Charles Claude. 

Victor Louis, architecte du theatre de Bordeaux. Sa vie, ses travaux 

et sa correspondance, 1731-1800. Bordeaux. Gounouilhou. 1881. 

xi, 608 pp. Portrait. Plate. Plans. Facsimile. 4094-63 

Relates to the Grand-Theatre at Bordeatix. 

Marionnettes parisiennes, Les. Niboyet, J. A. P. **T.87.83 

Mark TuUy, EscT^', pseitd. See Foote, Samuel. 

Markham, Pauline, pseud. See Hall, Pauline Margaret. 

Marlowe, Christopher. 

Baker, G. P. Dramatic technique in Marlowe, (/n Essays and 
studies by members of the English Association. Vol. 4, pp. 172- 
182. Oxford. 1913-) *4558.250.4 

Marlowe, Julia. 

Barry, J. D. Julia Marlowe. Boston. [1899.] Portraits. 

4343.219; **T.57.386 
Marryat, Florence. 

My sister the actress. A novel. New edition. London. White & 

Co. 1881. (3), 388 pp. **T.87.54 

Tom Tiddler's ground. London. Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey & 

Co. 1886. (4), 212 pp. 4364.83; **T.96.i6 

Mars, Anne Frangoise Hippolyte Boutet-Monvel, called Mademoiselle 

Mars. 

Confidences de M^e Mars. Recueillies par M^e Roger de Beauvoir. 

Paris. Librairie nouvelle. 1855. (3), 314, (i) pp. [Bibliotheque 

nouvelle.] **T.58.94 

Mars, Anne Frangoise Hippolyte Boutet-Monvel, called Mademoiselle 

Mars. Works about. 

Aci.ocQUE, £. Souvenirs anecdotiques sur Mademoiselle Mars. Paris. 

1847. **T.96.i44 

Bully, E. A. R. de. Memoires de Mademoiselle Mars (de la 

ComeSie Frangaise), publics par Roger de Beauvoir. Paris. 1849. 

2 V. **T.56.67 

Mlle Mars. Notice biographique. Paris. Hetzel, Warnod & Comp. 

1847. 31 pp. Manuscript facsimile. **T.58.95 

Marsh, Henry. 

A true, perfect, and exact catalogue of all the comedies, tragedies, 
tragi-comedies, pastorals, masques, and interludes, that were ever 
yet printed and published, till 1661, which you may either buy or 
sell at the shops of Nath. Brook, Francis Kirkman, Tho. Johnson 
and Henry Marsh. [London.] 1661. **T.67.3 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in "'G. 3810. 51. 
Marshall, Christabel. (Christopher St. John.) 

Ellen Terry. London. Lane. 1907. viii, (i), 97 pp. Portraits. 
Plates. [Stars of the stage.] 45493.196 

Marshall, Francis Albert. 

Henry Irving, actor and manager. A criticism of a critic's criticism. 
By an Irvingite. London. Routledge. 1883. 80 pp. 

254ob.76; **T.58.72 

A reply to Archer's Henry Irving, actor and manager: a critical study [25405.84; 

2S4ob.65; **T.5Q.2i]. 

Marshall, Thomas. 

Livfcs of the most celebrated actors and actresses. London. Apple- 
yard. [1848?] (i), 232 pp. Portraits. ♦♦T.S7.78 

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Marston, John, alleged author. 

Histrio-mastix; or, the player whipt. See Histrio-mastix. 
Marston, John Westland. 

Memoir of Miss E. Logan. (In Marston, J. W. The patrician's 
daughter. Pp. 3, 4. Boston. [1856.]) 6259b.548 

Same. {In Same. New York. [185-?]) 6259b.550 

Our recent actors: being recollections critical, and in many cases, 
personal, of late distinguished performers of both sexes. With 
some incidental notices of living actors. London. Sampson Low, 
Marston, Searle, & Rivington, Ltd. 1888. 2 v. 

4547.119; **T.57.292 
Marston, Westland. See Marston, John Westland. 
Marston Lynch. Brough, R. B. **T.58.i26 

Martainville, Alphonse Louis Dieudonne. 

Histoire du Theatre frangais, depuis le commencement de la Revolu- 
tion jusqu'a la reunion generale. Par C. G. Etienne et A. Martain- 
ville. Paris. Barba. An X.-1802. 4 v. in 2. Portraits. **T.78.3i 
Martersteig, Max. 

Das deutsche Theater im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Eine kultur- 
geschichtliche Darstellung. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1904. 
xvi, 735 pp.. . 2873.134 

Literaturverzeichnis, pp. 699-704. 

Die etliische Aufgabe der Schaubiihne. Eine Schillerrede. [Gehalten 
bei der Feier am 10. November 191 1 im Schillerverein zu Leipzig.] 
Leipzig. Insel-Verlag. 1912. 35, (i) pp. **T.76.igo 

Die Protokolle des Mannheimer Nationaltheaters unter Dalberg aus 
den Jahren 1781 bis 1789. Mannheim. Bensheimer. 1890. xix, 
468, (i) pp. **T.76.i88 

Der Schauspieler, ein ktinstlerisches Problem. Eine Studie. Leipzig. 
Diederichs. 1900. 81. (i) pp. **T.77.225 

Martin, Charlotte M., editor. 

Gilbert, A. H. The stage reminiscences of Mrs. Gilbert. New 
York. 1901. Portraits. 4343.227; **T.56.252 

Martin, H. 

Remarks on Mr. John Kemble's performance of Hamlet and Richard 
the Third. By the author of Helen of Glenross. London. Robin- 
son. 1802. (i), 39, (i) pp. **T.96.2i4 
Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G. 3937.14; No. 6 in **G.3824.5. 
Martin, Helena Saville Faucit, Lady. 

Martin, Sir T. Helena Faucit (Lady Martin). Edinburgh. Black- 
wood. 1900. X, (i), 416 pp. Portraits. Plate. Autograph fac- 
simile. **T.56.i29;etc. 
Martin, Henri. 

PicHOT, P. A. Les memo,ires d'un dompteur rediges d'apres les 
souvenirs personnels du celebre Martin. Paris. 1881. Portrait. 

**T.57.23i 
Martin, Jules. 

Nos artistes. Portraits et biographies suivis d'une notice sur les 
droits d'auteurs, I'Opera, la Comedie-frangaise, les associations 
artistiques, etc. Preface par Aurelien SchoU. Paris. Librairie 
de I'Annuaire universel. 1895. 448 pp. Portraits. **T.59.47 

Nos auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques. Portraits et biographies 
suivis d'une notice sur les societes d'auteurs, droits, reglements, 
statistique et I'affiche theatrale. Preface par Maurice Donnay. 
Paris. Flammarion. 1897. 623, (i) pp. Portraits. **T.5g.24 



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Martin, Sadie E. ,,. ,• 

The life and professional career of Emma Abbott. Minneapolis. 
L. Kimball Printing Co. 1891. 192 pp. Portraits. Facsimile. 

4344.145; **M.i43.25 

Martin, ^Sir Theodore. 

Essays on the drama. London. Printed for private circulation. 
1874. (5), 331 PP- , ^ **T.76.53 

Contents. — Acting as one of the fine arts. — The gladiator of Ravenna. — A 
word about our theatres. — Shakespeare and his latest stage interpreters. _ — 
Prometheus. A dramatic fragment. By Goethe. — Plays, players and critics. 
— A plea for plaveis. — The drama in London. — Artists and amateurs. — The 
Theatres Bill, 1865. — David Garrick. — The drama in England. 

Helena Faucit (Lady Martin). Edinburgh. Blackwood. 1900. x, 
(1), 416 pp. Portraits. Plate. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.i29 

Same. 2d edition. 4545-174 

Monographs. Garrick, Macready, Rachel and Baron Stockmar. 
London. Murray. 1906. ix, 341 pp. Portraits. **T.55.75 

Same. Ntw York. Button & Co. 6245.17 

Martin, William. 

At the Ober-Ammergau Passion Play. With an introduction on the 
ancient mysteries. A lecture delivered July 8, 1881. Buenos 
Ayres. Lowe, Anderson & Ca. [1881?] 22 pp. 2866.13 

Martinez, Jose V. Perez. See Perez Martinez, Jose V. , 

Mary, Jules. , . . _ . 

Le roman d'une figurante. Etude de moeurs. 2e edition. Pans. 
Plon & cie. 1883. (5), 316 pp. **T.87.25 

Mask, The: a humorous and fantastic review of the month. Edited by 

Alfred Thompson and Leopold Lewis. Vol. i. Feb.-Dec, 1868. 

London. 1868. vi, 375 pp. IHus. Portraits. Plates. Music. 

**T.24.5 

Every article is by one or the other of the two editors, and every illustration is 

by Alfred Thompson. No more published. 
Mask, The: a quarterly journal of the art of the theatre. Vol. 6 (no. i). 

Florence, Italy. Arena Goldoni. 1913- IHus. Plates. **T.25.3i 
Maske, Die, des Schauspielers. Altmann. F. **T.97.9i 

Maskelyne, John Nevil. 

Our magic. By Nevil Maskelyne and David Devant [pseud.]. New 

York. Dutton & Co. [iQii.] ix, (5), 487 PP- IHus. 4006.217 

Contsnts. — The art in magic ; The theory of magic ; by Nevil Maskelyne. — The 

practice of magic, by David Devant. 

Maskelyne, Nevil. See Maskelyne, John Nevil. 
Masks. 

BoETTiGER, C. A. Die Furienmaske, im Trauerspiele und auf den 

Bildwerken der alten Griechen. Weimar. 1801. Illus. 3 plates, 

2 colored. 8076.251 
Same. Les Furies, d'apres les poetes et les artistes anciens. 

Traduction de I'allemand par T. F. Winckler. Paris. An x (1802). 

Plates, some colored. 8076.252 

Janer, F. Mascara teatral de los Indios del Peru. Plates. {In 

Museo espanol de antigtiedades. Tome i, pp. 101-108. Madrid. 

1872.) No. 9 in **Ticknor Cab.i.i 

Robert, C. Die Masken der neueren attischen Komoedie. Halle a. 

S. 191 1. Illus. Plate. 2961.13 

Valentin:, F. Trattato su la commedia dell' arte, ossia improvvisa. 

Maschere italiene, ed alcune scene del carnevale di Roma. Berlino. 

1826. 20 colored plates. No. i in *277i.3 

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(Continued.) 

Same. Abhandlung iiber die Comodie aus dem Stegreif und 

die italienischen Masken; nebst einigen Scenen des romischen 
Carnevals. Berlin. 1826. 20 colored plates. **T.42.i ; etc. 

Masks and minstrels of new Germany. Pollard, P. 28693.9 

Masks and drolls; Italian comedy. [London. 1859.] (2) pp. 

No. 14 in **G.3822.i 

A review of Maurice Saiid's Masques et bouffons which may be found on shelf- 

numher **T.44.i. 

Masks, heads, and faces. Emerson, E. R. **T.96.29i ; etc. 

Masks or faces? Archer, W. 3595-77; **T.76.i55 

Mason, Edward Tuckerman. 

The Othello of Tommaso Salvini. With portraits by Robert 
Frederick Blum. New York. Putnam. 1890. vii, 107 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.86.is. **T.57»45 

Mason, Henry Lowell. 

Opera stories (divided into acts) of 100 operas, also portraits of 
leading singers, and of the managing directors of the Boston 
Opera Company, the Metropolitan Opera Company and the Chi- 
cago Opera Company. Boston. 1910. (4), 106 pp. 4044.103 
Stories of the operas produced by the Metropolitan Opera Company 
and by the Damrosch Opera Company, 1895-96. Boston. [1896.] 
96, (i) pp. Portraits. No. 3 in **M.372.55 

Many of the pages contain advertisements. 

Mason, Osgood. See Mason, Rufus Osgood. 
Mason, Rufus Osgood, compiler. 

Sketches and impressions, musical, theatrical, and social (i 799-1885). 
From the after-dinner talk of Thomas Goodwin, by R. Osgood 
Mason. New York. Putnam. 1887. x, 294 pp. 

449ob.69; **M.i09b.42 
Mason, Thomas Monck. 

Prospectus of the plan intended to be pursued in the direction of the 
Italian Opera House." London. James Cochrane & Co. 1831. 16 pp. 
Relates to His Majesty's Theatre, London. No. 5 in **G.3824.I0 

Masquerades. 

Wage, A. J. B. Mumming plays in the southern Balkans. Illus. 
(In British School at Athens. Annual. No. 19, 248-265. London. 
[1914-]) *296oa.53.i9 

Willis, R., Bishop of Winchester. Of plays and masquerades. [An 
essay in opposition to the theatre.] London. 1719. **T.97.i56; etc. 
Masques. 

Art Workers' Guild, London. Beauty's awakening, a masque of winter 
and of spring, written, designed & contrived by the members of the 
Art Workers' Guild, and finally presented by them in the Guildhall 
of the City of London. '[London. 1899.] 59 plates. *8o8oa.6o 

AsHBEE, C. R. The masque of the Edwards of England: being a 
coronation pageant to celebrate the crowning of the King 
[Edward vii. London. 1902]. Colored plates. *Cab.24.37.i 

Brotanek, R. Die englischen Maskenspiele. Wien. 1902. *4552.55'i5 

Nichols, J. The progresses and public processions of Queen Eliza- 
beth. London. 1823. 3 v. Portraits. Plates. **G.3752.3 

The progresses, processions, and magnificent festivities, of 

King James the First, his royal consort, family, and court, com- 
prising forty masques and entertainments; ten civic pageants. 
London. 1828. 4 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. *245i.3;etc. 

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Masques. (Continued.) 

Reyher, p. Les masques anglais. Etude sur les ballets et la vie de 
cour en Angleterre (1512-1640). Paris. 1909. Plans. 4551.122 
SoERGEL, O. A. Die englischen Maskenspiele. Inaug.-Dissertation. 
Halle a/S. 1882. 4557-128 

Sullivan, M. Court masques of James i. Their influence on Shake- 
speare and- the public theatres. New York. 1913. Portrait. 
Plate. 4594.170 

Masques. Bibliography. 

Greg, W. W. A list of masques, pageants, &c. Supplementary to 

a list of English plays. London. 1902. *2i74.2o 

Masques et bouffons. Dudevant, J. F. M. A., Baron. **T.44.i 

Masques modernes. Champsaur, F. **T.97.228 

Massachusetts. Theatres. 

Gardiner, J. Speech delivered in the House of Representatives 
on the subject of the report of the committee, appointed to 
consider the expediency of repealing the law against theatrical 
exhibitions within this commonwealth. Boston. 1792. Plan. 

**T.76.i3;etc. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Plays. 

Hollis Street Theatre. Souvenir program of the Tecli show. "The 
grand Duke." [Boston. 1901.] 24 pp. Illus. ='4450.16? 

Massett, Stephen C. 

"Drifting about," or what "Jeems Pipes of Pipesville" saw-and-did. 
An autobiography. Illustrations by Mullen. New York. Carle- 
ton. 1863. viii, 11-371 pp. Illus. Portraits. **T.57.288 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers *45o8.i2o; *A.S7oo. 

Massett, Stephen C. Works about. 

Biographical sketch, words of the songs, ballads, &c., of the com- 
poser and vocalist, Stephen Massett, "Jeems Pipes, of Pipesville." 

With opinions of the press on his entertainments. New- York. 

1858. Portrait. **T.97.290 

Masters of the show. PiTOU, A. 6257.369 
Masterson, Kate. 

The Matinee Girl. Vol. i, 2. [Boston. 1906, 12.] 2 v. Illus. Por- 
trait. **T.i4.6 

Composed of clippings from The Matinee Girl column of the New York Dramatic 
Mirror. Compiled by Allen A. Brown. Relates principally to the American stage. 

Mastriani, Giuseppe. 

II teatro e gli artisti. Saggio. Napoli. Androsio. 1849. 71 pp. 

**T.76.67 
Materialien zur Kunde des alteren englischen Dramas. 

Feuillerat, a., editor. Documents relating to the Office of the 
Revels in the time of Queen Elizabeth. Louvain. 1908. *255o.90 

Documents relating to the revels at court in the time of King 

Edward vi. and Queen Mary. (The Loseley Manuscripts.) Lou- 
vain. 1914- *2550.io7 
Maas, H. Aussere Geschichte der englischen Theatertruppen in dem 
Zeitraum von 1559 bis 1642. Louvain. 1907. 2553.129 
Stopes, C. C. William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel Royal. 
A study of his period and the influences which affected Shake- 
speare. Louvain. 1910. 2553.139 
Matheu, Victor French. 

Ensayos de critica. i : Estado actual de nuestro teatro. Buenos Aires. 
1906. 4396.339 

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Mathews, Anne. 

Anecdotes of actors: with other desultory recollections, etc. London. 
Newby. 1844. vii, 430 pp. 4543-66; **T.55.64 

Relates principally to British actors. 

Memoirs of Charles Mathews, comedian! London. Bentley. 1838, 39. 
4 V. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. 654oa.6i ; **T.55.io5 

Same. Philadelphia. Lea & Blanchard. 1839. 4 v. _ **K.35.ii 

Tea-table talk, ennobled actresses, and other miscellanies. London. 
Newby. 1857. 2 v. 2578.52; **T.56.3i6 

Mathews, Anne, editor. 

Mathews, C. The life and correspondence of Charles Mathews, the 
Elder, comedian. London, i860. Portraits. 6549.23; **T.57.4i 7 
Mathews, Anne. Works about. 

Arnold, S. J. Forgotten facts in the memoirs of Charles Mathews, 
comedian, recalled in a letter to Mrs. Mathews, his biographer. 
London. [1839.] *-T.56.359 

Mathews, Charles. 

Catalogue of [his] miscellaneous and dramatic library, theatrical 
portraits, dramatic and literary autograph letters, and theatrical 
relics. Which will be sold by auction, by Sotheby and Son, 
August 19th, 1835. [London.] 1835. (2), 47 pp. **T.66.i6 

Catalogue raisonnee [sic] of Mr. Mathews's gallery of theatrical por- 
traits, forming a nearly complete dramatic record from the year 
1659 down to the present time. [Compiled by Charles James 
Mathews and preceded by Charles Lamb's essay, "The old actor."] 
London. Clowes. 1833. 74, (4) pp. **T.65.45 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.39SO.i5. 

The life and correspondence of Charles Mathews, the Elder, 
comedian. By Mrs. Mathews. New edition, abridged by Edmund 
Yates. London. Routledge, Warne, & Routledge. i860, xvi, 
480 pp. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. 6549.23; **T,57.4i7 

The London Mathews; containing an account of Master Charles 

Mathews's youthful days, and six original and humorous songs. 

25th edition. London. Hodgson & Co. [182-?] 36 pp. Colored 

portraits. **T.99.i4 

Mathews, Charles. Works about. 

Arnold, S. J. Forgotten facts in the memoirs of Charles Mathews, 
comedian, recalled in a letter to Mrs. Mathews, his biographer. 
London. [1839.] **T.56.259 

Mathews, A. Memoirs of Charles Mathews, comedian. London. 
1838,39. 4 V. Portraits. 65403.61 ;**T.55.i05; etc. 

Memoirs of the youthful days of Mr. Mathews, the celebrated 
comedian, lately arrived from England. With tales, anecdotes, 
and original comic songs. Philadelphia. 1822. Colored portraits. 

**T.57.294 

ScANLAN, R. R. Nine portraits forming a series of characters, 

illustrative of Mathews. In his fourteenth & last comic annual, 

performed in England & America, in 1833. Drawn on stone by 

Edward Morton. London. [183-?] **T.5i.9 

Mathews, Mrs. Charles. See Mathews, Anne. 

Mathews, Charles James. 

Lettre de Charles Mathews aux auteurs dramatiques de la France. 
London. Mitchell. 1852. (2), 35 pp. **T.96.i93 

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Mathews, Charles James. (Continued.) 

Same. Letter from Charles Mathews to the dramatic authors of 
France. Translated from himself by himself. London. 1852. 
(2), 41 pp. ^ **T96.i94 

Life. Chiefly autobiographical with selections from his corre- 
spondence and speeches. Edited by Charles Dickens. London. 
Macmillan & Co. 1879. 2 v. Portraits. 4544.67 ; **T.55.98 

Same. New York. Harper. 1879. 85 pp. [Franklin Square Library.] 
Another copy is on shelf-number **T.S4.29. **T.93.II 

Mathews, Cornelius, editor. 

Prompter, The ; a weekly miscellany, devoted to public amusements. 
[June i-Aug. 5, 1850. New York.] 1850. Portraits. **T.27.35; etc. 

Prompter's whistle, The. A weekly miscellany, devoted to public 
amusements. Aug. 31, 1850 -Sept. 28, 1850. [New York.] 1850. 
Portraits. **T.27.36; etc. 

Mathews, John. 

Life and theatrical career of John Mathews, champion swordsman, 
showman, dogman, and pantomimist. No. [i-]4. [London. 1874.] 
4 V. in I. Illus. **T.57.355 

The title-page of No. [i] is headed with Bow! wowll wow!!! No. 2 is entitled: 
The Mathews Showman's career. 

Mathews, Lucia Elizabeth. 

Busk, H. The Vestriad, a poem. London. 1819. Plates. **T.55.ii4 

English gentleman, An, pseud. Memoirs of the public and private 
liffe of Madame Vestris. New York. [1838.] No. 4a in **G,3822.4.2 

Memoirs of Mrs. C. M. late Mad. V. of the Royal Olympic Theatre. 
Added, the extraordinary and secret amours of Mrs. Honey. 
London. [183-?] Colored plate. No. 4 in **G.3822.4.2 

Memoirs of the life of Madame Vestris of the Theatres Royal. 
Drury Lane and Covent Garden. [London?] 1830. **T.57.2i6 

Memoirs of the public and private life, amorous adventures and 

wonderful exploits of Madame V the female Giovanni, 

Macheath, and Don Juan of the present day. London. [1839?] 
Portrait. Plate. **T.56.io6 

Matinee girl. The. Masterson, K. **T.i4.6 

Matthews, Brander. See Matthews, James Brander. 
Matthews, James Brander. 

About the ballet. Illustrated with portraits of celebrated dancers, 
and others connected with the ballet from the earliest period. 
Collected and arranged by Charles E. Moreau. New York. 1891. 
(192) pp. Portraits. **T.i2.ii 

Cut from volume 4 of Appleton's Journal [Periodical Room *540i.i.4]. Contains 
also The hallet in Paris by Theodore Child, cut from volume 4 of The Cosmo- 
politan [Periodical Room *7245.6o.4]. 

A book about the theater. New York. Scribner. 1916. xii, 334 pp. 
Plates, some colored. Facsimile. Vignette. 6257.92 

Contents. — Show business. — Limitations of the stage. — Moral from a toy 
theatre. — Why five acts? — Dramatic collaboration. — Dramatization of novels 
and novelization of plays. — Women dramatists. — Evolution of scene-pninting. 
— Book of the opera. — Poetry of the dance. — Principles of pantomime. — 
Ideal of the acrobat. — Decline and fall of negro-mins.trelsy. — Utility of the 
variety-show. — Method of modern magic. — Lamentable tragedy of Punch and 
Judy. — Puppet-play, past and present. — Shadow-pantomime, with all the 
modern improvements. — Problem of dramatic criticism. 

On acting. New York. Scribner. 1914. (5), 90 pp. 5599.163 

Shaksperian stage traditions. (/;; Matthews, J. B., and A. H. Tliorn- 

dike, editors. Shaksperian studies. Pp. 1-27. New York. IQ16.) 

Describes the art of some well-known Shakespearean actors. 4596. 1 59 

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Matthews, James Brander. (Continued.) 

Studies of the stage. New' York. Harper. 1894. (7), 214 pp. 
Portrait. Autograph facsimile. [Harper's American essayists.] 

Another copy is on shelf-number *A.S724.4. 24093.114; **T.49.2 

Contents. ■ — The dramatization of novels. — The dfamatic outlook in America. — 
The Players. — Charles Lamb and the theatre. — Two French theatrical critics : 
Francisque Sarcey : Jules Lemaitre. — Asides: Shakspere, Moliere, and modern 
English comedy; The old comedies; A plea for farce. 

The theatres of Paris. New York. Scribner. 1880. viii, (3), 208 pp. 

Illus. Portraits. Plates. 2639.69; **T.77.205 

Same. London. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. (7), 

208 pp. 2639.70 

Matthews, James Brander, editor. 

Bernard, J. Retrospections of America, 1797-1811. Edited from 

the manuscript by Mrs. Bayle Bernard. With an introduction, 

notes, and index by Laurence Hutton and Brander Matthews. 

New York. 1887. Portraits. Plate. 4247.76; **T.57.2ii 

Gilbert, Sir W. S. A stage play. With an introduction by William 

Archer. New York. 1916. **T.46.63.3 

Portfolio, A, of players [Augustin Daly's company]. With a 

packet of notes thereon by H. C. Bunner, E. A. Dithmar, Laurence 

Hutton, Brander Matthews and William Winter. New York. 

1888. Portraits. Plates. **T.52.i2 

Matthews, James Brander, prefacer. 

Columbia University. Dramatic Museum. A catalog of models and 

of stage-sets. New York. 1916. **T.46.62.5 

Jenkin, H. C. F. Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth and as Queen 

Katharine. New York. 1915. **T.46.6i.3 

Sarcey, F. A theory of the theatre. With an introduction [and 

notes] by Brander Matthews. [Translated by H. H. Hughes.] 

New York. 1916. **T.46.62.4 

Vega Carpio, L. F. de. The new art of writing plays. Translated 

by William T. Brewster. New York. 1914. _ **T.45.6o.i 

Matthews, James Brander, and Laurence Hutton, editors. 

Actors and actresses of Great Britain and the United States from 

the days of David Garrick to the present time. New York. Cassell 

& Co., Ltd. [1886.] 5 V. 2244.72 ;**T.52,io 

Contents. — i. Garrick and his contemporaries. 2. The Kembles and their con- 
temporaries. 3. Kean and Booth; and their contemporaries. 4. Macready and 
Forrest ; and their contemporaries. 5. The present time. 

Maude, Cyril. 

The Haymarket theatre. Some records & reminiscences. Edited 
by Ralph Maude. London. Richards. 1903. vii, 240 pp. Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.76.io 
Same. New York. Dutton & Co. 2495.170 
Maugny, Alfred, Comfe de. ' 

Le demi-monde sous le Second Empire. Souvenirs d'un sybarite. 
[Par] Zed [pseud.]. Paris. Kolb. [1892.] vi, 298 pp. Portraits. 

**T.97.247 
Contents. — Les grandes courtisanes. — Les actrices. — Les coulisses de 1' Opera. 
— Les dessous de la galanterie. 

Maugras, Charles Gaston. 

Les comediens hors la loi. Paris. Levy. 1887. (3), vi, 493, (i) pp. 

**T.55.ioi 
A study of the relations of actors to the church and society. Bibliography, 
pp. V, vi. 

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Mauduit-Larive, J. See Larive, Jean Mauduit de. 
Maugras, Charles Gaston. 

Les demoiselles de Verrieres. Paris. Levy. 1890. viii, 268 pp. 

Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. **T.56.76 

Same. Noiivelle edition. Plon-Nourrit & cie. 1904. (3), ii, 286, 

(i) PP- 465oa.72 

Maugras, Gaston. See Maugras, Charles Gaston. 

Maupoint, . 

Biblioteque [sic] des theatres, contenant le catalogue alphabetique 

des pieces dramatiques, opera, parodies, & opera comiques; & le 

terns deleurs representations. Avec des anecdotes. [Anon.] A Paris, 

chez Laurent-Frangois Prault. 1733. (3), 369 pp. Plate. **T.67.i 

Maurel, Victor. 

A propos de la mise en scene du drame lyrique Otello [de Verdi]. 

fitude precedee d'apergus sur le theatre chante en 1887. Rome. 

Romana. 1888. 183 pp. 4048.175 

Dix ans de carriere. Avec une preface de Leon Kerst. Paris. 

Villerelle. [1897.] (3), xv, 419, (i) pp. Portraits. 40493.138 

Maurel, Victor. IVorks about. 

Isidore Baurel, ou les mysteres du Theatre idalien. Conte chinois. 
[3e edition.] Paris. 1884. **M.i27,7o; etc. 

Maurice, Charles. See Descombes, Jean Charles Frangois Maurice. 
May Festival, Boston. 

Official programme. 17th, i8th annual May Festival. [Boston. 
Blanchard Printing Co.] 1905, 06. 2 v. in i. Portraits. **T.i4.i4 
Given under the direction of Mrs. William S. Butler. 
Mayall, John Edwin. 

Mayall's Celebrities of the London stage: a series of photographic 
portraits in character. [In 18 nos.] Nos. 1-8. London. Marion, 
Son & Co. [1867.] 8 parts in i v. Portraits. Autograph fac- 
simile. **T.54.3i 
Contents. — i. Charles Mathews, "Un anglais timide," otherwise "Cool as a 
cucumber." 2. Miss Bateman, as Leah. 3. Wachtcl. as Manrico. 4. Mrs. 
Stirling as Mrs. Candour. 5. H. Compton, as Touchstone. 6. J. B. Buckstone, 
as Sir Andrew Aaruecheek. 7. Benjamin Webster, as Penholder. S. Mrs. 
Charles Mathews, as Medea. 

A short biographical sketch precedes each portrait. 
Mayer, Friedrich Arnold. 

Zensurakten aus Baden bei Wien. (In Archiv fur Theatergeschichte. 
Vol. I, pp. 17-42. Berlin. 1904.) *6907.i2.i 

Mayer, Marcus L. 

The Gaiety French plays. Season, 1880. Short biographies of the 
actors & actresses of the Comedie frangaise. Vaudeville, Palais- 
Royal, and other theatres, &c. London. Letts, Son & Co., Ltd. 
1880. 24 pp. **T.97.i9o 

Mr. M. L. Mayer's twenty-second season of French plays [at His 
Majesty's theatre] will commence June 2, 1890. [London. 1890.] 
30 pp. **T.94.27 

Contains brief analyses of the following plays:— La lutte pour la vie, Paris fin 
de siecle, Jeanne d'Arc, with the casts. 
Mayerhofer, Johannes. 

Clara Ziegler. Biographische Skizze. Bamberg. 1887. Portrait. 

No. II in **M. 215.4 
Mayeur de Saint Paul, Frangois Marie. 

Le desoeuvre, ou I'espion du Boulevard du Temple. [Anon.] A 
Londres. 1782. (3), 114 pp. **T.77.2oi 

Relates to the actors and theatres of Paris. 



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Mayeur de Saint Paul, Frangois Marie. (Continued.) 

Same. Le chroniqueur desoeuvre, ou I'espion du Boulevard du 
Temple, contenant les annales scandaleuses & veridiques des 
directeurs, acteurs & saltinbanques [sic] du Boulevard, avec un 
resume de leur vie & moeurs par ordre chronologique. [Anon.] 
2e edition, augmentee. Londres. 1782. 176 pp. **T.76.38 

Mayeur de Saint Paul, Frangois Marie, alleged author. 

Le vol plus haut. See Dumont, . Le vol plus haut. [Anon.] 

Mayhevi^, Edward. 

Stage effect: or, the principles which command dramatic success in 
the theatre. London. Mitchell. 1840. 103, (i) pp. **T. 79.11 

Mayhew, Horace. 

The female dresser at a minor theatre. A thumbnail portrait for a 
miniature gallery. [London. 185-?] 170-174 pp. 

No. 13 in **G.3822.3 
Mayo, Frank, and John G. Wilson. 

Nordeck. A new romantic drama. Produced for the first time on 
any stage at Haverly Theatre, week beginning May 25, 1884. 
[Story of play and cast of characters. Chicago. 1884.] 16 pp. 
Plates. **T.36.io5 

A booklet containing portraits, illustrations of scenes in the play and press 
comments has been inserted. 

Mayr, Joseph. 

Wyl von Wymental, W. Der Christus-Mayr. Neue Studien aus 

Oberammergau. Berlin. 1890. **T.97.90 

Mazois, Charles Frangois. 

^ Considerations sur la forme et la distribution des theatres antiques. 

(In Theatre complet des Latins. Vol. i. Pp. xlix-lxvi. Paris. 

1820.) **G.285.82.i 

M-ckl-n's Answer to Tully. London: Printed for S. Stonehouse and 

sold by P. Davey and B. Law. 1755. ig pp. **T.97.56 

Sig-ned C. M. An epistle from Tully in the shades, to orator Ma .... n in Covent- 
Garden jnay be found on shelf-number **T.97.S5. 

Mechanical devices for the stage. See Theatre. Machinery. 
Mechanics' Institute, Boston. See Boston. Theatres. Bijou theatre. 
Medel del Castillo, Francisco, Heredores de. 

Indice general alfabetico de todos los titulos de comedias, que se han 
escrito por varios autores, antiguos y modernos, y de los autos 
sacramentales y alegoricos, assi de Don Pedro Calderon de la 
Barca, como de otros autores clasicos. Madrid. Mora. 1735. 

**G.335i-8 
Mediaeval stage, The. Chambers, E. K. 6252.24 

Mediterranean Sea. 

HuTCHiNGS, W. E. A description of Hutchings' grand classical pano- 
rama of the sea and -shores of the Mediterranean. Executed 
by A. He wins. Boston. 1848. 6262.35; etc. 

[Manuscripts, programmes, etc., relating to his Grand classical 

panorama of the sea and shores of the Mediterranean, executed 
by A. Hewins.] N. p. [1848?] **T.i2.3 

Megalopolis, Greece. Amphitheatre. 

Gardner, E. A., and others. Excavations at Megalopolis, 1890-1891. 
By Ernest Arthur Gardner, William Loring, G. C. Richards, W. 
J. Woodhouse. With an architectural description by Robert Weir 
Schultz. London. 1892. Illus. Plates. Plans. [Society for the 
promotion of Hellenic studies. Suppl. papers, i.] *296o.8i.i 

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Meiche, L. 

Erinnerungen an Josephine Wessely. Leipzig. Peterson. 1887. 
40 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.57.369 

Meier-Graefe, Julius A. 

Les affiches etrangeres illustrees, par M. Bauwens, T. Hayashi, La 
Forgue, Meier-Graefe, J. Pennell. Paris. Boudet. 1897. (3), iii, 
206, (i) pp. lUus. Plates, some colored. *4072.i8 

Meilhac, Henri, prefacer. 

Vaux. C. M., Baron de. ficuyers et ecuyeres. Histoire des cirques 
d'Europe (1680-1891). Paris. 1893. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.95.ii3 
Meiningen, Germany. Theatres. 

Weiser, C. Zehn Jahre Meiningen. Ein Beitrag zur Theater- 
geschichte. Teil i. (/« Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. Vol. t. 
pp. 1 18-126. Berlin. 1904.) *6907.i2.i 

Meissner, Johannes. 

Die englischen Comoedianten zur Zeit Shakespeares in Oesterreich. 

Wien. Konegen. 1884. viii, (i), 198 pp. [Beitrage zur Ge- 

schichte der deutschen Literatur u. des geistigen Lebens in 

Oesterreich. 4.I 2590.3 

Mejanel, A. 

Memoires de Talma. Londres. Schulze & Dean. 1817. 34 pp. 
Plate. No. 6 in **M.i25.7 

Melancholy tale, The, of "Me." Sothern, E. H. 4545-157 

Melba, Nellie Mitchell, called Melba. 

MuPPHY, A. G. Melba: a biography. With chapters on the selection 
of music as a profession, & on the science of singing. New York. 
1909. Portraits. Plates. 4048-337 

Mellon, Harriot, Duchess of St. Albans. 

Pearce, C. E. The jolly duchess. Harriot Mellon, afterwards Mrs. 
Coutts and the Duchess of St. Albans. A sixty years' gossipping 
record of the stage and society (1777 to 1837). New York. [i9iS-] 
Portraits. Plates. 2548.85 

Wilson, M. B. Memoirs of Harriot, Duchess of St. Albans. Lon- 
don. 1839. 2 V. Portrait. **T.57.256; etc. 
Wyndham, p. . Mr. Percy Wyndham's Strictures on an imposter, 
and old actress, formerly Bet the Pot Girl, alias, the Banker's 
Sham Widow [Harriot Mellon and Thomas Coutts]. London. 
[1822.] Illus. **T.56.244 
Melodeon, Boston. See Boston. Theatres. Bijou theatre. 
Melodrama. 

Malitourne, A., and others. Traite du melodrame, par Mm. A! A! A! 

[pseud, de Armand Malitourne, Juste Abel Hugo et Jean Joseph 

Ader]. Paris. 1817. **T.96.307 

Melodrame, Le, aux boulevards. Charlemagne, J. A. **T.97.i84; etc. 

Meloy, Arthur S. 

Theatres and motion picture houses.. A practical treatise on the 
proper planning and construction of such buildings, and contain- 
ing useful suggestions, rules and data for the benefit of architects, 
prospective owners, etc. New York. Architects Supply & Pub- 
lishing Co. 1916. (7), 121 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. 8094.115 
Melpomene et Thalie vengees. [Anon.] See Pillet, Fabien. 
Meltzer, Charles Henry. 

A course of modern plays. With a brief history of what is popularly 
termed the Independent Theatre movement. N. p. [1900.] 62 
pp. **T.78.66 

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Memoir and theatrical career of Ira Aldridge, the African Roscius. 

London. [185-?] Portrait. **T.96.9; etc. 

Memoir of Adelaide Ristori, Marchioness Capranica del Grillo, published 

from authentic sources, in anticipation of the arrival, in October, 

1863. of the great tragedienne. New York. Christern. [1863.] 

20 pp. **T.56.293 

Same. 16 pp. 4745-3° 

Same. [1866.] 14 PP. . **T.55.74 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 11 10*6246.55. 
Memoir of Archibald Maclaren, dramatist; with a list of his works. 

Edinburgh. 1835. 8 pp. **T.58.43 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 3776.7. 
Memoir of Fanny Elssler: with anecdotes of her public and private life! 

From her childhood to the present time. Boston. Fisher. 1840. 

24 pp. Portrait. **T.57.67 

Memoir of Mr. and Mrs. Wood, containing an account of the principal 

events in the lives of these celebrated vocalists; and a full state- 
ment of the popular disturbance at the Park Theatre, New York. 

Boston. Fisher. [1840.] 36 pp. No. i in **M.377.53 

Memoir, A, of the Countess de Rossi, (Madame Sontag). [London.] 

Mitchell. [1850.] (i) p. **M.i29a.io 

Memoiren eines Hof-Schauspielers. Junkermann, A. **T.56.24o 

Memoires anecdotes pour servir a I'histoire de M. Duliz. [Anon.] See 

Desforges, . 

Memoires d'un claqueur. Castel, L. **M.ii7.6 

Memoires, Les, d'un dompteur. Bidel, J. B. F. **T.97.i67 

Memoires de Fleury. Lafitte, J. B. P. **T.58.44 

Memoires de Mile Dumesnil. [Anon.] See Coste d'Amobat, Charles 

Pierre. 
Memoires de Preville, et de Dazincourt. [Anon.] See Cahaisse, Henri 

Alexis. 
Memoires, Les, du Bal Mabille. [Anon.] See Mahalin, Paul. 
Memoires et confessions d'un comedien. Paccard, J. E. **T.56.i88 

Memoires et pantomimes des freres Hanlon Lees. Avec une preface 

de Theodore de Banville et six gravures a I'eau forte de Frederic 

Regamey. Paris. [1880.] 178, (2) pp. Portraits. **T.58.69 

Memoirs of a water drinker. Dunlap, W. **T.57.i56; etc. 

Memoirs of an unfortunate son of Thespis. Everard, E. C. **T.58.82 
Memoirs of George Anne Bellamy, including all her intrigues; with 

genuine anecdotes of all her public and private connections. By 

a gentleman of Covent-Garden Theatre. London: Printed for J. 

Walker. 1785. (i), 204 pp. **T.58.58 

Memoirs of John Howard Payne, the American Roscius: with criticisms 

of his acting, in the, various theatres of America, England and 

Ireland. London. Miller. 1815. (3), 131 pp. **T.96.230 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. i in **G.3824.is. 

Memoirs of Miss Anne Oldfield. [Anon.] See Oldys, William. 

Memoirs of Mrs. Billington, from her birth: containing a variety of 
matter, ludicrous, theatrical, musical and — with copies of several 
original letters, written by Mrs. Billington, to her mother. Lon- 
don: Printed for James Ridgway. 1792. (8), 78 pp. Portrait. 

**T.56.332; **M.Cab.2.2 
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Memoirs of that celebrated comedian, and very singular genius Thomas 
Weston. London: Printed for S. Bladon. 1776. (3), 60 pp. 

**T.56.i47 

Another copy, from which the bastard title is missing, is on shelf-number 
**T.96.2i2. 

Memoirs of the life and writings of Samuel Foote, Esq.; the En<?lish 
Aristophanes. Added, the bon mots, repartees, and good things 
said by that great wit and excentrical genius. [London.] Printed 
for J. Beu. [1778.] 3-88 PP- **T.57.i47 

Memoirs of the life of Barton Booth, Esq. [Anon.] See Victor, 
Benjamin. 

Memoirs of the life of Eleanor Gwinn. [Anon.] See Seymour, John. 

Memoirs of the life of Madame Vestris of the Theatres Royal Drury 
Lane and Covent Garden. With anecdotes. [London?] Privately 
printed. 1830. 3-72 pp. **T.57.2i6 

Memoirs of the life of Robert Wilks, Esq.; containing an account of his 
transactions before his coming to England, the rise of his reputa- 
tion on the British stage, and other memorable circumstances of 
his life. London: Printed by W. Rayner. 1732. (6), xiv, 36 pp. 

No. 20, 21 in **G.3930.i3.2 

Memoirs of the public and private life, amorous adventures and wonder- 
ful exploits of Madame V the female Giovanni, Mac- 
heath, and Don Juan of the present day. Including anecdotes of 
characters in the fashionable world. London. Chubb. [1839?] 
8 pp. Portrait. Plate. **T.56.io6 
Relates to Madame Vestris, later Mrs. Charles James Mathews. 

Memoria storica del teatro La Fenice in Venezia. Venezia. Orlandelli. 
[1830.] 78, (2), 64 pp. Plate. Plan. **T. 79.16 

Appended is Riedificazione del teatro La Fenice by the same author. 

Memorial dramatique, ou almanach theatral pour I'an 1807-1818. Annee 

1-12. Paris. Hocquet & c^. M.DCC.VII[i8o7]-i8i8. 12 v. in 7. 

Portraits. **G.3578.i 

Edited by Pierre Joseph Charrin. 

Same. 1807-1812. Annee 1-6. 6 v. in i. **T.29.i4 

Memories and impressions. Modjeska, H. 3067.56 

Memories of a manager. Frohman, D. 6257.65; **T,57.44i 

Memories of an old actor. Leman, W. M. 4348.159; **T.57.43 

Memories of fifty years. Wallack, J. J. 4342.88; **T.57.207; etc. 

Memory. 

McCann, W. E. Actors' memories. [Philadelphia. 1869.] 7608.128 

Menageries. 

See also Circus. 

Ferguson, O. J. A brief biographical sketch of I. A. Van Amburgh, 
and an illustrated and descriptive history of the animals in his 
menagerie. New York. [186-?] Illus. Portrait. Plates. 

5905.36; **T.96.6 

Mendes, Catulle Abraham. 

L'art au theatre. Paris. Charpentier. 1897-1900. 3 v. **T.47.5 

Reviews of performances at Parisian theatres 

Menegault, A. F. F. 

Annales dramatiques, ou dictionnaire general des theatres, contenant 
lo. L'analyse de tons les ouvrages dramatiques. 2°. Les regies 
et observations des grands maitres sur l'art dramatique. 30. Les 
notices sur les auteurs, compositeurs, acteurs, danseurs. Par une 



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Menegault, A. F. F. (Continued.) 

societe de gens de lettres [Babault, A. F. F. Menegault, et autres]. 
Paris. Babault [etc.]. 1808-1812. 9 v. _ **T.77.ii 

Contents. — I. A-Beaumenil. 2. Beaumont-Coriolan. 3. Corisandre-E. 4. F- 
Homme en. 5. Homme et-L. 6. M. 7. N-P. 8. Q-S. 9. T-Z. 

Menestrier, Claude Frangois. 

Des ballets anciens et modernes scion les regies du theatre. [Anon.] 

A Paris. Chez Rene Guignard. 1682. (56), 223, (5) pp. **T.98._io3 

Traite des tovrnois, iovstcs, carrovsels, et avtres spectacles pvblics. 

[Anon.] A Lyon, chez lacques Mvgvet. 1669. (16), 399, (i) PP- 

**T.94.3 
Menetiere, Alberic. 

Les binettes du cafe-concert. Paris. Librairie centrale. 1869. 126 
pp. Photograph. **T.99.22 

Relates to Paris. 

Menetrier, Charles. 

Galerie historique de la Comedie frangaise. Pour servir de cornple- 
ment a La troupe de Talma. Depuis le commencement du siecle 
jusqu'a I'annee 1853. Par E.-Dis de Manne et C. Menetrier. 
Ornee de portraits par Fuger^. Lyon. Scheuring. 1876. viii, 
310, (I) pp. 2656.66; **T.s6.94 

Galerie historique des acteurs frangais, mimes et paradistes qui se 
sont rendus celebres dans les annales des scenes secondaires 
depuis 1760 jusqu'a nos jours. Pour servir de complement a La 
troupe de Nicolet. Par E. Dis de Manne et C. Menetrier. Ornee 
de portraits par J.-M. Fugere. Lyon. Scheuring. 1877. viii, 384 
pp. 2653.68; **T.56.9S 

Galerie historique des comediens de la troupe de Nicolet. Notices 
sur certains acteurs et mimes qui se sont fait un nom dans les 
annales des scenes secondaires depuis 1760 jusqu'a nos jours. 
Par E. Dis de Manne et C. Menetrier. Avec des portraits graves 
a I'eau-forte par Frederic Hillemacher. Lyon. Scheuring. 1869. 
viii, 414, (i) pp. Illus. Portraits. **T.56.340 

Menken, Adah Isaacs. 

Barclay, G. L. The life and remarkable career of Adah Isaacs 
Menken, the celebrated actress. Philadelphia. [1868.] Por- 
traits. **T.96.8 

Notice biographique sur Miss Adah Isaacs Menken, artiste ameri- 
caine. Paris. 1867. 2344.56 

Menpes, Mortimer. 

Henry Irving. London. Black. 1906. vii, 50 pp. Colored portraits. 
Manuscript facsimiles. [Portrait biographies.] **T.58.ii4 

Mensch, Ella. 

Konversations-Lexikon der Theater-Litteratur. Praktisches Hand- 
und Nachschlagebuch zur schnellen und sicheren Orientierung 
iiber die Dramen des In- und Auslandes von den altesten Zeiten 
bis zur Gegenwart. Stuttgart. Schwabacher. [1896.] viii, 348 
pp. **T.48.io 

Mentzel, Elisabeth. 

Ein Brief der Madame Moller an den Schauspieldirektor Gustav 
Friedrich Wilhelm Grossmann. (In Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. 
Vol. 2, pp. 72-87. Berlin. 1905.) *6907.i2.2 

Karl David Stegmann. Aus dem Leben eines Biihnenkiinstlers des 
18. Jahrhunderts. (In Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. Vol. i. pp. 
129-159. Berlin. 1904.) 6907.12. i 



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Menus-pleiisirs. See Court revels. 
Menzel, Ludwig, editor. 

Altmann, F. Die Maske des Schauspielers. Practische Anleitung 
in der Kunst, sich zu schminken. Berlin. [1875.] **T.97.9i 

Merbach, Paul Alfred, compiler. 

Bibliographic fiir Theatergeschichte 1905-1910. Berlin. 1913. (5), 
263, (i) pp. [Gesellschaft fiir Theatergeschichte. Schriften. 21.] 

6907.31 
Mercator, pseud. 

Letter, A, to Mr. Alfred Bunn, Manager of the Theatre Royal, 

Birmingham; being a review of his epistle to the Rev. J. A. 

James. By a member of the Church of England. [Signed 

Mercator.] Birmingham. 1824. **T.76.55 

Merian, Hans, translator. 

Rossi, E. Studien iiber Shakespeare und das moderne Theater nebst 
einer autobiographischen Skizze von Ernesto Rossi. Leipzig. 
1885. 4596.103; **T.47.i 13 

Merle, Jean Toussaint. 

De rOpera. Paris. Baudouin. 1827. 39 pp. No. 6 in **M.37o.65 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. lo^n **G. 157.10. 
Lettre a un compositeur franqais sur I'etat actual de I'Opera. Paris. 
Barba. 1827. 44 pp. No. 3 in **M.373.23 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 9 in **G. 157.10. 

Merle, Jean Toussaint, editor. 

Bachaumont, L. p. de. Memoires historiques, litteraires, politiques, 
anccdotiques et critiques. Paris. 1809. 3 v. **T.57.9i 

Merlin, Mercedes de Santa Cruz, Comtesse de. 

Memoirs and letters of Madame Malibran. With notices of the 

progress of the musical drama in England. Philadelphia. Carey 

& Hart. 1840. 2 V. 4049.265 

Same. Memoirs of Madame Malibran. With a selection from her 

correspondence. London. Colburn. 1840. 2 v. Portrait. 4048.11 

Same. 2d edition. 1844. **M. 1493.22 

Mermaids. 

Boston. Theatres. Boston Museum. A short history of mermaids. 
Also, a description of the one now exhibiting at the Boston 
Museum. Boston. 1842. Plates. **T.96.i96 

Merrick, Leonard. 

Der Theaterdirektor. Roman, .tjbersetzung aus dem Englischen 

von A. Kellner. Leipzig. Reclam. [1902.] 128 pp. [Universal- 

Bibliothek. 4318.] No. 6 in 4896.50.438 

Merrie England in the olden time. Daniel, G. 2529.30; etc. 

Merritt, J. 

Memoirs of the life of Wm. Henry West Betty, known by the name 

of the Young Roscius, with a general estimate of his talents, and 

a critique on his principal characters. Liverpool. Wright. 1804. 

140 pp. **T.58.36 

Merry monarch. The. Adams, W. H. D. 2570.23; **T.56.228 

Merschberger, , Dr. 

Die Anfange Shakespeares auf der Hamburger Btihne. [Hamburg. 
Liitcke & Wulff. 1890.] (3), 44 pp. [Real gymnasium des 
Johanneums. Bericht.] 459oa.ie3 

Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. 

The library of a dramatic author and critic consisting of dramatic 
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Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. (Continued.) 

and English authors. Added, a small dramatic collection. To be 
sold at auction. New York. 1906. 91 pp. **T.65.34 

Mes souvenirs. Banville, T. F. de. 4646.67 

Mesdames de Coeur- Volant. Mahalin, P. **T.87.5o 

Meske, Mathilda. (Mathilde Veneta.) 

Dorcas Mora. Erzahlung aus dem Leben einer Schauspielerin. 
Berlin. Stuhr. 1886. (8), 181 pp. **T.97.3 

Mesle, le jeune, de Besangon. 

Essai sur la comedie moderne ou Ton refute les Nouvelles observa- 
tion [sic] de M. Fagan au sujet des condamnations prononcees 
contre les coniediens. Suivis d'une histoire abregee des^ouvrages 
qui ont parii pour et contre la comedie depuis le 17^ siecle. Par 
Monsieur M. L. J. D. B. Ce vend a Paris chez la Veuve Pissot. 
1752. (10). 175 pp. . , • **T.48.23 

Pagan's Nouvelles observations au suiet des condamnations prononcees contre 
les^'comediens may be found on shelf-numbers **G.3566.6.2 ; No. 3 in **4697.6. 

Metcalfe, Cranstoun. See Metcalfe, Hope Cranstoun. 
Metcalfe, Hope Cranstoun. 

Amateur entertainments. How to produce and how to act them. 
London. George Routledge & Sons, Ltd. [1916.] vii, 112 pp. 
IIlus. 6257.25 

Mctenier, Oscar Marie Joseph. 

Les voyous au theatre. (Histoire de deux pieces.) Bruxelles. 
Kistemaeckers. 1891. m Pp. **T.57.i43 

Contents. — En famille et la censure. — A propos de La casserole. 

Metivet, Lucien, illustrator. 

Darzens, R. Le Theatre libre illustre. Dessins de Lucien Metivet. 
Preface de Jean Aicard. Paris. 1890. 2 v. in i. Illus. Portraits. 

**T.74.i4 
Metral, Antoine Marie Therese. 

De la liberte des theatres, dans ses rapports avec la liberte de la 
presse, a Foccasion de I'analyse de La demence de Charles vi, 
tragedie de M. Lemercier. Paris. Barba. 1820. 28 pp. 
Another copy is on shelf-number No. 4 in **G.3S62.i. **T.76.I06 

Metropolitan Ballet Company, Inc., New York. 

Souvenir. Serge de Diaghileff's Ballet russe. With originals by 
Leon Bakst and others. New York. [1916.] (38) pp. Portraits. 
Plates, mostly colored. 40403.170 

Contains legends of the ballets by Frederick A. King in 1915-16 programme. 

Same. [New York.] 42 Pp. 40403.171 

Contains 1916-17 programme. 

Meusniei de Querlon, Anne Gabriel. 

Le code lyrique ou reglement pour I'Opera de Paris. Avec des 
eclaircissemens historic^ues. [Anon.] A Utopie [i. e. Paris], chez 
Thomas Morus. 1743- (i). 95 PP- . **M.377.37 

A satire. Another copy is on shelf-number No. i in. '46793. 113. 

Mexico. Theatres. 

Cahn, J. Julius Cahn's Official theatrical guide, containing informa- 
tion of the theatres and attractions in the United States, Canada, 
Mexico and Cuba. New York. 1900, 09. 2 v. Portraits. Maps. 

**T.25.33 
Mexico, City. Theatres. National theatre. 

Tiffany Studios, Nczv York. Mosaic curtain for the National theatre 
of Mexico. [New York. 191 1?] Plates. 4099.176 

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Meyan, Paul. 

Archives theatrales. 1887. Paris. Tresse & Stock. [1888.] (3), 414 pp. 
Relates to Paris theatres. **T.77.I9I 

Meyer, Carl Remigius. 

Das geistliche Schauspiel des Mittelalters. Vortrag. Basel. Schweig- 
hauser. 1879. 32 pp. 2875.111 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 7 in •29003.50.5. 
Meyer, Friedrich Ludwig Wilhelm. 

Friedrich Ludwig Schroder. Beitrag zur Kunde des Menschen und 
des Kiinstlers. Hamburg. Hoffmann & Campe. 1819. 2 v. 

2847.9 
Same. Neue wohlfeilere Ausgabe. Hamburg. Campe. 1823, 2 v. 

2843.13 
Meyer, Richard Moritz. 

Goethe's ,,Regeln fur Schauspieler." (In Goethe-Jahrbuch. Band 31, 
pp. 117-135- Frankfurt a/M. 1910.) *284oa.54.3i 

Mezetin, Angelo Constantini, called Mezetin. See Constantini, Angelo. 
Mtzieres, Alfred Jean Frangois, p'refacer. 

Lessing, G. E. Dramaturgic de Hambourg. Paris. 1885. **T.47.29 
Miall, Bernard. 

Pierre Garat. Singer and exquisite. His life and his world (1762- 
1823). New York. Scribner. 1913. 364, (i) pp. Portraits. Plates. 

2643.159 
Michel, Carl. 

Lessing und die heutigen Schauspieler. Hamburg. Richter. 1888. 
54, (2) pp. [Deutsche Zeit- und Streit-Fragen.] 

No. 2 in *52i6.5o.N.F.3 
Michel-Morin, pseud. See Dubois, Auguste, and E. Charles Chabot. 
Middleton, J. E. 

Music and the theatre in Canada. (In Canada and its provinces. Vol. 
12, pp. 643-661. Autograph facsimile. Toronto. 1914.] 

*43i4.356.i2 
Milan, Italy. Theatres. 

Cambiasi, p. Rappresentazioni date nei reali teatri di Milano 1778- 
1872. Opere in musica, nome dei maestri, poeti ed esecutori 
principali, balli dati nel R. Teatro alia Scala, nome dei coreografi, 
maestri, ballerini, elenco dei professori componenti I'orchestra, 
elenco degli impresarj. Milano. 1872. No. i in **M. 123.4 

Milan, Italy. Theatres. Teatro della Scala. 

L R. Teatro alia Scala. Almanacco. 1826. Milano, presso li fratelli 
Ubicini. [1825.] (7), 112, (16) pp. Colored plates. Colored 
portraits. **T.29.24 

Milan, Italy. Theatres. Teatro della Scala. Works about. 

Landriani, p. Osservazioni su I'lmp. R. Teatro alia Scala in Milano 
e sopra alcuni articoli del Saggio di M. Patte. Osservazioni sulle 
scene teatrali si antiche che moderne. (In Ferrario, G. Storia e 
descrizione de' principali teatri antichi e moderni. Pp. 257-369. 
Milano. 1830.) **T.75.7o 

PiERMARiNi, G. Teatro della Scala in Milano. [Piante ecc] Roma. 
1826. 8 plates. *Cab.6o.i85.2 

Miles, Dudley Howe, translator. 

Columbia University. Dramatic Museum. How to write a play. 
Letters from Augier, Banville, Dennery, Dumas, Gondinet, 
Labiche, Legouve, Pailleron, Sardou and Zola. New York. 1916. 

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Miles, William Augustus. 

A letter to Sir John Fielding, Knt. Occasioned by his extraordinary- 
request to Mr. Garrick for a suppression of the Beggars Opera. 
To which is added a postscript to D. Garrick, Esq. London. 1773. 
48 pp. No. 7 in **G.3823.4.2 

Militia of Mercy, The. Children's Ambulance Service. 

Benefit performance in aid of the children of Boston, crippled by 
infantile paralysis, Boston Opera House, Friday afternoon, No- 
vember 3, 1916, under the auspices of The Militia of Mercy. 
[Boston. 1916.] (45) pp. Illus. Portraits. Plans. **T.i2.i2 
Militona. Gautier, T. **T.89.4 

Milizia, Francesco. 

Del teatro. [Anon.] In Venezia. 1773. Presso Giambatista Pasquali. 
viii, 100 pp. vi plates. Plans. **T.74.i9 

Millanvoye, Bertrand. 

Le theatre en province. Reponse a M. Got. [Par] A. Estival & B. 
Millanvoye. Paris. Lecuir & c'e. 1878. 31 pp. **T.95.iio 

Mille et un souvenirs, Les, d'un homme de theatre. Lemonnier, A. 

**T.77.8o 
Mille et une nuits, Les, du theatre. ViTu, A. C. J. **T.47.47 

Miller, David Prince. 

The life of a shovirman. Added, managerial struggles. London. 
Lacy. 1849. (i), 147 pp. **T.58.27 

Anollier copy is on shelf-number No. 3 in **K.48.i6. 

Same. With anecdotes and letters of actors. The art of fortune 
telling. An expose of the practices of various deceivers of the 
public. With the secrets of conjuring. ' 2d edition, w^ith consider- 
able additions. [186-?] 192 pp. No. 2 in *4579.ii5 
Miller, James. 

Harlequin-Horace: or, the art of modern poetry. [A poem. Anon.] 
London: Printed for Lawton Gilliver. 1731. (10), 59 pp. Plate. 

No.i5in**G.3824.i4 

A satire, relating largely to the work of the London theatres. There is a long 
dedication prefixed, addressed to J n R — h [John Rich] , the pantomimist. 

Miller, Samuel. 

A sermon, delivered January 19, 1812, at the request of a number of 
young gentlemen of the city of New^-York, who had assembled to 
express their condolence with the inhabitants of Richmond, on 
the late mournful dispensation of Providence in that city. New- 
York. Whiting & Watson. 1812. 42 pp. **T.76.i24 
This relates to the burnfng of the Richmond Theatre. Another copy is on shelf- 
nuniber No. 3 in *7453.6. 

Same. (In Witherspoon, John. A serious inquiry into the nature 
and effects of the s'tage. Pp. 155-199. New-York. 1812.) 
Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 3647.5. **T. 78.34 

Millet, Frank Davis. 

Illustrations, with descriptive reading matter, from the November 
number of the Century Magazine. OlSiJcoue rvQavvoq. Oedipus 
the King. The Greek tragedy as recently presented at Harvard 
University. [Programme. Anon. Boston. 1881.] (8) pp. Illus. 

4450a. 1 50 
Milliet, Paul. 

De I'origine du theatre a Paris. Paris. Librairie des bibliophiles. 
1870. (3), 119, 4 pp. Plate. **T.78.64 



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Miln, Louise Jordan. ^ li}OV^^ '^ 

An actor's wooing: being the confessions of a chaperon. [London, i^^ H. f/^^ 

1896.] (6), 173, (I) pp. Plate. **T.88.ii ^10.1^^^ ^^ 

Mimic, The: a poem. By the author. London: Pruned for the Author. 

and sold by J. Scott. 1761. 20 pp. No. 9 in **G.3820.9 

Dedicated and addressed to Samuel Foote. 

Mimic life. Ritchie, A. C. **T.87.79; etc. 

Mimic world, The, and public exhibitions. Logan, O. 4504.8 ; **T.76.22 

Mimicry, 

GiETMANN, G. Poetik und Alimik. Freiburg im Breisgau. 1900. 

Portraits. Plates. 4074-30i 

PiDERiT, T. Le mimique et la physiognomonie. Trad, d'apres la 2e 

edition, par A. Girot. Paris. 1888. *56o6.32 

Mimographe, La, ou idees d'une honnete-femme pour la reformation 

du theatre national. [Anon.] See Restif de la Bretonne, Nicolas 

Edme. 

Mind-reading. 

Bishop, W. L The enigma of the 19th century, Music Hall, No- 
vember 30th, 18S6. Farewell reception extraordinaire. [Boston. 
1886.1 Portraits. 7600.27 

The following is a copy of a letter which appeared in the 

Boston daily papers, November 17, 1886. Boston. 1886. 3607.143 
Capper, A. O. A rambler's recollections and reflections. New 
York. [1915.] Portraits. Plates. 4545-155 

Cumberland, S. C. F. A thought-reader's thoughts: being the im- 
pressions and confessions of Stuart Cumberland. London. 1888. 
Portrait. 3586.53 ; **T.97.35 

Miner, Harry, editor. 

Harry Miner's American Dramatic Directory. 1884/85. A complete 

directory of the dramatic and operatic professions and a guide 

to the opera houses, theatres and public halls of America. New 

York. 1884. Portrait. **T.25.7 

Mingled yarn, A. Edwards, H. **T.97.i54; etc. 

Minier, Hippolyte. 

Le theatre a Bordeaux. Etude historique. Suivie de la nomenclature 

des auteurs dramatiques bordelais et de leurs ouvrages, etablie 

en collaboration avec Jules Delpit. Bordeaux. Chollet. 1883. 

106 pp. **T.95.i38 

Minstrels. 

Cenac-Moncaut, J. £. M. Histoire des chanteurs et des artistes 
ambulants. Saint-Germain en Laye. 1866. 30 pp. 

4044.119; No. I in **M.372.i9 

Hampe, T. E. Die fahrenden Leute in der deutschen Vergangenheit. 

Leipzig. 1902. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 2831.26 

La Rue, G. de. Essais historiques sur les bardes, les jongleurs et 

les trouveres normands et anglo-normands. Caen. 1834. 3 v. 

**M. 136.15; etc. 

O'Neill, F. Irish minstrels and musicians. Chicago. 1913- IHus. 

Portraits. Plates. 4045.208 

Minstrels, Negro. See Negro minstrels. 

Miolan, Marie Caroline Felix. See Carvalho, Marie Caroline Felix 

Miolan. 
Miracle play. The, of the Rio Grande. Bourke, J. G. 4365.140 

Miracle plays. See Mysteries and miracle plays. 

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Mirbeau, Octave. 

Le comedien. Suivi de I'entrefilet de M. Vitu, — la lettre de M. 
Mirbeau a M. Magnard, — I'ordre du jour du theatre du Chateau- 
d'eau, [36 edition.] Paris. Brunox. 1883. 19, (i) pp. **T.58.47 

An attack upon actors. The title on the cover is: Le scandale d'hier. Le 
comedien. Par un journaliste (Octave Mirbeau). 

Mirbeau, Octave. Works about. 

CopuELiN, B. C. Les comediens. Par un comedien. Reponse a M. 

Octave Mirbeau. Paris. 1883. **T.58.48 

Mirecourt, Eugene de, pseud. See Jacquot, Charles Jean Baptiste. 
Miroir dramatique, Le. Biographic des acteurs et actrices de Paris. 

No. 2. Redacteur en chef Edmond Benjamin. Paris. [1878.] 8 

pp. Portraits. **T,53.i 

Portraits of actors accompanied by verses. 

Mirror, The, of literature, amusement, and instruction: containing 
original essays; historical narratives; biographical memoirs, 
novels and tales; anecdotes, &c. [Weekly.] Vol. i-io and odd 
numbers. 1822-1837. London. Limbird. 1824-37. 11 v. lUus. 
Portraits. **T.26.i 

Contains some theatrical anecdotes, etc. From 1823 -July, 1826, the editor was 
Thomas Byerley. The odd numbers are bound together. A list of them is 
prefixed to the volume. 
Mirror, The, of taste, and dramatic censor. Vol. 1-4. [Monthly.] 
Philadelphia. Bradford & Inskeep [and Zantzinger & Co.]. 1810, 
II. 4 V. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.34 

Same. Vol. i. 1810. **K.35.55 

The portraits and the plates are missing in this copy. 

Mirror, The, of the Stage, and new theatrical inquisitor. [Fortnightly.] 
Vol. 3 (no. 2-12); 4 (no. 20). Aug. 25, 1823 -Jan. 5, July 5. 1824. 
London. Buncombe. [1823, 24.] (4), 17-190, 107-122 pp. Colored 
portrait. **T.26.56 

Miseloque, La. Richepin, J. **T.87.85 

Miscellanies, in prose and verse. [Anon.] See Dawe, M. 

Mr. William Prynn his defence of stage-plays, or a retraction of a 
former book of his called Histrio-mastix. London, printed in the 
year 1649. [London. 1822.] 8 pp. **T.77.22 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 3821.16. Pymne was not the author of 
this pamphlet. His Histrio-mastix may be found on shelf-numbers **T.77.ig; 
**G.4075.i6. 

Mistress Nell. Hazleton, G. C, Jr. **T.87.3 

Mitchell, Mary A., translator. 

Brackel, F. M. T.. Freiin von. The circus-rider's daughter. New 
York. [1896.] 6898.150 

Mobisson, F., editor. 

Costumes of the modern stage. Part 1-5. [London. 1889-90.] 
Colored portraits. **T.92.i 

Models of theatres. See Theatre. Models. 
Modene, Esprit de Raimond de Mormoiron, Comte de. 

Chardon, E. H. Nouveaux documents sur la vie de Moliere. M. 
de Modene, ses deux femmes et Madeleine Bejart. Paris. 1886. 

**T.54.i8 

Modem drama and opera. A reading list compiled by Clara Mulliken 

Norton, Frank Walter, Fanny Elsie Marquand. Boston. The 

Boston Book Co. 1911. 93 pp. [Useful reference series. No. 4-] 

*2i75.37 

Contents. — Modern dramas. By Clara Mulliken Norton and Frank K Walter. 
— Modern operas. By Fanny Elsie Marquand. 

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Modern dramatists. Dukes, A. 6257.69 

Modern opera houses and theatres. Sachs, E. O., and E. A. E. Woodkow. 

*Cab.6o.77.4 
Modem theatre construction. Kinsila, E. B. 80993.35 

Moderwell, Hiram Kelly. 

The theatre of to-day. New York. John Lane Co. 1914. 322 pp. 
Plates. Plans. 6257.84 

Treats of the theatre as a "synthesis of the arts," and relates chiefly to the 
theatres of Germany and Russia with special regard to the innovations there in 
theatrical scenery. 

Modjeska, Helena. 

Memories and impressions. An autobiography. New York. The 
Macmillan Co. 1910. ix, 571 pp. Illus. Portraits. 3067.56 

Modjeska, Helena. Works about. 

Altemus, J. T. Helena Modjeska. New York. [1883.] Portrait. 

3067.38 

Cook, M. C. The story of Helena Modjeska (Madame Chlapowska). 

London. 1883. 5069.24; **T.57.i94 

Moeller, Madame . 

Mentzel, E. Ein Brief der Madame Moller an den Schauspiel- 

direktor Gustav Friedrich Wilhelm Grossmann. (In Archiv fur 

Theatergeschichte. Vol. 2, pp. 72-87. Berlin. 1905.) *6907.i2.2 

Mceurs theatrales. Gozlan, L. **T.87.36 

Mogeta, Charles Octave. (Octave Fere.) 

Aventures et biographie d'un impresario: Toussaint Baubet. Rouen. 

Haulard. 1864. (i), 106 pp. Portrait. _ **T.57.35i 

La comedienne amoureuse. Illustrations par Henri Rousseau. Paris. 

Decembre-Alonnier. 1870. 287 pp. Illus. Plate. **T.87.55 

A novel of theatrical life. 

Moland, Louis fimile Dieudonne. 

Moliere et la comedie italienne. Paris. Didier & cie. 1867. (4), 
xi, 378 pp. Portrait. Plates. 4704.8; **T.56.i04 

Moland, Louis Emile Dieudonne, editor. 

CoNSTANTiNi, A. La vie de Scaramouche. Reimpression de I'edition 
originale (1695). Paris. 1876. Portrait. **T.56.307 

Mole, Frangois Rene. 

Memoires. Precedes d'une notice sur cet acteur, par M. fitienne. 

Le comedien, par M. Remond de Sainte-Albine. Paris. Ledoux. 

1825. (3), Ixiv, 335 pp. [Collection des memoires sur I'art 

dramatique.] **T.56.ii 

Same. Ponthieu. **G.224.2.i4 

These Memoires may also be found in Barriere's Bibliotheque des memoires 
relatifs a I'histoire de France pendant le i8me siecle [4667.2.6; **T.57.28o]. 

Notice . . . sur les Memoires de Henry Louis Lekain. Paris. Pougens. 
1801. (3), 20 pp. No. 3 in **M. 147.16 

Mole, Frangois Rene. Works about. 

fixiENNE, C. G., and C. Gaugiean-Nanteuil. Vie de Frangois-Rene 
Mole, comedien frangais. Paris. An XI.-1803. Portrait. **T.58.87 
Molenes, £mile de. 

Desclee. Biographie et souvenirs. 2^ edition. Paris. Tresse. 1874. 
(3), 210 pp. Portrait. **T.57.43i 

Molenes, Paul de. 

La comedienne. {In Courrier des fitats-Unis. Semaine litteraire. 
Vol. 6, pp. 301-318. New York. 1849.) No. 13 in *667i.2.6 

Moliere. 

Auger, L. S. Discours sur la comedie, et vie de Moliere. Paris. 1827. 

No. 2 in **47o6.i4; etc. 
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Moliere. (Continued.) 

Baluffe, a. Autour de Moliere. Paris. 1889. **T.57.320 

Moliere inconnu. Sa vie. Tome i: 1622-1646. Paris. 1886. 

4659.70; **T.57.2o6 

Bazin, a. de Raucou, called Bazin. Les commencemens de la vie 

de Moliere. [Paris. 1847.] **T.55.29 

Les dernieres annees de Moliere. [Paris. 1848.] **T.55.30 

Noles historiques sur la vie de Moliere. Paris. 1851. 

**T.57.2i;etc. 
Beffara, L. F. Dissertation sur J.-B. Poquelin-Moliere, sur ses 

ancetres, I'epoque de sa naissance qui avait ete inconnue jusqu' a 

present. Paris. 1821. **T.56.245; etc. 

Bouquet, F. La troupe de Moliere et les deux Corneille a Rouen 

en 1658. Paris. 1880. Plates. **T.59.i2 

Bricauld de Verneuil, C. £. Moliere a Poitiers en 1648 et les 

comediens dans cette ville, de 1648 a 1658. Paris. 1887. 4670.12 
Brouchoud, C. Les origines du theatre de Lyon. Mysteres, farces 

et tragedies, troupes ambulantes, Moliere. Lyon. 1865. **T.75.28 
Brown, A. M. Aloliere and his medical associations. Glimpses of 

the court and stage. The faculties and physicians of the Grand 

Siecle. London. 1897. **T.55.78 

Cailhava d'Estandoux, J. F. Essai sur la tradition theatrale. Paris. 

16 germinal, an vi. **T.97.7i 

Campardon, L. fi., editor. Documents inedits sur J. B. Poquelin 

Moliere decouverts et publics avec des notes, un index alpha- 

betique et des fac-simile par Emile Campardon. Paris. 1871. 

2707.6; **T.98.96; etc. 
Nouvelles pieces sur Moliere et sur quelques comediens de sa 

troupe. Paris. 1876. 46793,76; **T.97.i27 

Chardon, E. H. Nouveaux documents sur la vie de Moliere. M. de 

Modene, ses deux femmes et Madeleine Bejart. Paris. 1886. 

**T.54.i8 
CoLLARDEAu, P. La salle de theatre de Moliere au Port Saint-Paul 

avec leplan du Jeu de paume de la Croix-Noire et celui de I'hotel 

Barbeau et des autres proprietes detruites pour I'etablissement 

du nouveau marche de I'Ave-Maria. Paris. 1876. Plans. 

**T.75.i6 
Constant, C. F. Moliere a Fontainebleau (1661-1664). Simple note 

historique. Suivie de la biographic du comedien De Brie. Meaux. 

1873- **T.55.34 

CoPiN, A. Histoire des comediens de la troupe de Moliere. Paris. 

1886. 4671.76; **T.56.3i 

Despres, J. B. D., editor. Memoires sur Moliere et sur M^e Guerin, 

sa veuve, suivis des memoires sur Baron et sur M'le Lecouvreur, 

par r Abbe d'Allainval.- Paris. 1822. 6646.78; **T.56.4; etc. 

Dumoustier, L. Moliere auteur et comedien. Sa vie et ses oeuvres. 

Paris. 1883. **T.57.402 

Fournier, fi. fitudes sur la vie efles oeuvres de Moliere. Paris. 

1885. / **T.57.290 
Le roman de Moliere. Suivi de fragments sur sa vie privee 

d'apres des documents nouveaux. Paris. 1863. **T.58.ii9; etc. 
GossELiN, E. Moliere a Rouen en 1643. Discours de reception. 

[Rouen, 1870.] 2648.83 

Grimarest, J. L. Le G., Sieur de. La vie de Mr de Moliere. Paris. 

1877. Plate. **T.59.5;etc. 



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Moliere. (Continued.) 

HiLLEMACHER, F. Galeric historique des portraits des comediens de 

la troupe de Moliere. Avec des details biographiques succincts. 

Lyon. 1869. Portraits. **T.56.i26 

HoussAYE, A. Les comediennes de Moliere. Paris. 1879. Portraits. 

4645.54; **T.56.68 
Lacour de La Pijardiere, L. de. fitudes sur Moliere. Le Tartuffe 

par ordre de Louis xiv. Le veritable prototype de I'imposteur. 

Recherches nouvelles. Paris. 1877. **T.59.i4; etc. 

Lacroix, L. p. B. p. La jeunesse de Moliere. Piece en vers inedite 

de Moliere. Paris. 1858. **T.59.29; etc. 

Lagrange, C. V., Sicitr de. Vie de Moliere, en abrege. (In Poulet- 

Malassis, Paul E. A., editor. Moliere juge par ses contemporains. 

Pp. 93-117- Paris. 1877.) **T.59.i3; etc. 

Larroumet, L. B. G. p. La comedie de Moliere. L'auteur et le 

milieu. Paris. 1893. **T.57.236 

Lavoix, M. H. La premiere representation du Misanthrope 4 juin 

1666. Paris. 1877. **T.58.i4o 

Lecocq, G. Moliere et la comedie en province. Paris. 1880. 4671.62 
LoisELEUR, J. A. J. Les points obscurs de la vie de Moliere. Paris. 

1877. Portrait. Plate. 2656.73; **T.57.3i 

Magen, a. La troupe de Moliere a Agen d'apres un document inedit. 

Paris. 1877. **T.56.i44 

Mantzius, C. Moliere. Les theatres, le public & les comediens de 

son temps. Paris. 1908. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. **T.55.io2 
Moland, L. fi. D. Moliere et la comedie italienne. Paris. 1867. 

Portrait. Plates. 4704.8; **T.56.io4 

Molieriste, Le. Revue mensuelle. Publiee par Georges Monval. 

Annee i-io. 1879/80-88/89. Paris. 1879-89. 10 v. Illus. Por- 
trait. Plates. Plan. **T.26.6 
Monval, G. H. M. Chronologie molieresque. Paris. 1897. Por- 
trait. 4659.81 

Le laquais de Moliere [Frangois Du Mouriez Du Perier]. 

Paris. 1887. **T.57.2i8 

Monval, G. H. M., compiler. Lettres au Mercure sur Moliere, sa vie, 
ses oeuvres et les comediens de son temps. Paris. 1887. **T.58.i23 

Recueil sur la mort de Moliere. Paris. 1885. 

46593.56; **T.58.i22 
Noel, E. Moliere, son theatre et son menage. Paris. 1880. Por- 
trait. **T.59.6 
Paris. Comedie francaise. Documents sur Le malade imaginaire. 

Estat de la recette et despence faite par ordre de la compagnie. 

Avec une introduction et des notes par fidouard Thierry. Paris. 

1880. **T.55.i8 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Moliere et I'opera-comique. Le Sicilien 

ou I'amour peintre. Paris. 1882. **T.56.33 

Perrault, C. Jean-Baptiste Poquelin de Moliere. (In Poulet- 

Malassis, P. E. A., editor. Moliere juge par ses contemporains. 

Pp. 139-148. Paris. 1877.) **T.59.i3;etc. 

Pifteau, B. J. Les mattresses de Moliere. Amours du grand 

comique. Leur influence sur son caractere et son oeuvre. Paris. 

1879. Portrait. Plates. **T.57.33i 

Moliere en province, etude sur sa troupe ambulante. Suivie 

de Moliere en voyage, comedie en un acte, en vers. Paris. 1879. 
Portrait. Plates. **T.S7.332 



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Moliere. (Continued.) 

Poulet-Malassis, p. E. A., editor. Moliere juge par ses contempo- 

rains. Paris. 1877. Plate. **T.59.i3; etc. 

Raymond, E. Histoire des peregrinations de Moliere dans le 

Languedoc, d'apres des documents inedits. 1642-1658. Paris. 

1858. 4667.14 

Robert, U. L. L. Moliere en province. Conference faite a Niort. 

le 20 mars 1869. Niort. 1869. 2673.78 

SoLEiROL, H. A. Moliere et sa troupe. Paris. 1858. Portraits. 

**T.54.i4 
SouLif, E. Recherches sur Moliere et sur sa famille. Paris. 1863. 

**T.55.ii5;etc. 

Taschereau, J. A. Histoire de la vie et des ouvrages de Moliere. 

Paris. 1828. Portrait. Plate. **T.57.325; etc. 

Taylor, H. C. C. Moliere. A biography. New York. 1906. Plates. 

2642.206 
Trollope, H. M. The life of Moliere. New York. 1905. Portrait. 

4643-79 

Troupe, La, de Moliere. [Paris? 18—?] **T.56.i36 

Vincent, L. H. Moliere. Cambridge. 1902. 26793.268 

ViTU, A. C. J. Le Jeu de paume des Mestayers; ou I'lllustre 

theatre, 1595-1883. Paris. 1883. Illus. Plans. **T.57.64 

Moliere et les Italiens. A propos du tableau des farceurs 

appartenant a la Comedie frangaise. Paris. 1879. 

4676.116; **T.g6.22; etc. 

WisMES, H. O. B.. Baron de. Un portrait de Moliere en Bretagne. 

fitude sur quelques comediens, farceurs, et bouffons franqais et 

italiens au xviie siecle. Nantes. [1875.] **T.56.io3; etc. 

Moliere. Bibliography. 

Lacroix, L. p. B. p. Bibliographie Molieresque. Turin. 1875. 

**T.56.98; etc. 
Moliere en Turquie. Thalasso, A. **T.56.58 

Molieriste, Le. Revue mensuelle. Publiee par Georges Monval. Annee 
i-io. 1879/80-88/89. Paris. Tresse. 1879-89. 10 v. Illus. Por- 
trait. Plates. Plan. Facsimiles. **T.26.6 

Contains bibliographies. 

Molineri, Giuseppe Cesare. 

Fontana, F. In teatro. (Con due lettere di G. C. Molineri.) 40 

migliaio. Roma. 1884. **T.98.97 

Molloy, Gerald. 

The Passion Play at Ober-Ammergau in the summer of 1871. 2d 

edition. Boston. Donahoe. 1872. 120 pp. Illus. 2866.7 

Molloy, Joseph Fitzgerald. 

The iife and adventures of Edmund Kean, tragedian. 1787-1833. 

London. Ward & Downey. 1888. 2 v. 4547.115; **T.57.ii 

The life and adventures of Peg Woffington. With pictures of the 

period in which she lived. London. Hurst & Blackett. 1884. 2 v. 

Portrait. 4549-78 

Same. 2d edition. 1885. **T.57.i95 

Same. 3d edition. 1887. **T.57.448 

The romance of the Irish stage with pictures of the Irish capital in 

the eighteenth century. London. Downey & Co., Ltd. 1897. 

2 v. Portraits. **T.77.85 

Same. New York. Dodd, Mead & Co. 2552.24 



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Molloy, Joseph Fitzgerald, editor. 

Robinson, M. Memoirs of Mary Robinson, "Perdita." From the 
edition edited by her daughter. London. 1894. Portraits. 

**P.i 1.7525 

Same. 1895. ^ 4548.123 

Momus, a poem: or a critical examination into the merits of the per- 
formers, and comic pieces, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. 
[Anon.] London: Printed for the Author. [1770?] 22 pp. 

Chiefly upon Samuel Foote. No. 1 5 in **G.3820.g 

Momus triumphans. Langbaine, G. **T.66.ii; etc. 

Monaco-roulette. Alfred, Baron, pseud. **T.96.238 

Monceau, Chateau. 

Monval, G. H. M. Fetes et spectacles donnes a Fontainebleau et 
au Monceau en 1772. Fontainebleau. 1888. 2662.114 

Moncrieff, William Thomas. 

Adventures of a ventriloquist; or. the rogueries of Nicholas: an 
entirely new entertainment, in three parts, as embodied, illus- 
trated, and delivered by Monsieur Alexandre [pseud, of Nicholas 
Marie Alexandre Vattemare]. London. Lowndes. 1822. iii-viii, 
39 pp. Colored portraits. No. 2 in **T.57.373 

The illustrations are by Isaac Robert Cruikshank. 

Monde dramatique, Le. Histoire des theatres anciens; revue des spec- 
tacles modernes. [Hebdomadaire.] Tome 1-7. Paris. 1835-38. 
7 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.25.i5 

Relates especially to Paris. 

Monet, Jean. See Momiet, Jean. 

Money jar, The. Bellasis, E. **T.56.i35 

Monnet, Jean. 

Supplement au Roman comique, ou memoires pour servir a la vie 
de Jean Monnet. A Londres. 1772. 2 v. Portrait. **T.58.io6 

Monnet, Jean. Works about. 

Heulhard, L. O. a. Jean Monnet. Vie et aventures d'un entre- 
preneur de spectacles au xviiie siecle avec un appendice sur 
rOpera-comique de 1752 a 1758. Paris. 1884. Portrait. Plate. 
Table. **T.96.2; etc. 

Monnier, Victorien. 

Theresa et ses memoires. Paris. Renaud. 1865. 70 pp. Portrait. 
[Celebrites parisiennes.] **T.97.274 

Monody, A, tp the memory of David Garrick, Esq. [A poem.] Lon- 
don: printed and sold by Harrison and Co. 1779. (3), 16 pp. 

No. 6 in **G.3824.i4 
Monody, A, to the memory of Mrs. Margaret Woffington. [Verse. 

Anon.] See Hoole, John. 
Monographie du spectateur au theatre. Henriet, F. **T.97.i64 

Monologues. Works about. 

Coquelin, B. C, and E. A. H. Coquelin. L'art de dire le monologue. 
Par Coquelin cadet [et] Coquelin aine. Paris. 1884. Portraits. 

**T.77.i5o 
Monselet, Charles. 

Acteurs et actrices. Dessins par E. Lorsay. Paris. Le Chevalier. 
1867. 128 pp. Plates. [Physionomies parisiennes.] **T.99.3i 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.g9.40. 

Les annees de gaiete. Paris. Levy. 1875. (3), 326 pp. 2666.55 
Plays and sketches of French life, containing among other things notes on 
Parisian theatres. 

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Monselet, Charles. (Continued.) 

Chanvallon. Histoire d'un souffleur de la Comedie-fratiQaise. Paris. 
Sartorius. 1872. (^), 281 pp. Plate. **T.87.77 

The action of the story takes place in the time of Napoleon. 
Une troupe de comediens. Paris. Tresse. 1879. (3), 282 pp. 

A collection of short stories, plays, etc. **T.87.58 

Monsieur Clown! Perrodil, £. de. 2679a.262 

Monsieur Cothurne ami de M^ Botte ou la debutomanie, histoire veri- 
table, theatrale et tragique. Paris. An xi. — 1803. 204 pp. Plate. 

Relates to the theatres of Paris. **T.78.l6 

Monsieur, Un, de I'orchestre, pseud. See Mortje, Arnold. 

Monsieur de Saint-Bertrand. Feydeau, E. A. *2662.69 

Montagne, fidouard Charles Philippe. 

Le manteau d'Arlequin. Paris. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & c^. 1866. 
(3), 302 pp. **T,77,i28 

Relates to the theatres of Paris. 

Montague, Charles W. 

Recollections of an equestrian manager. London. Chambers. 1881. 
108 pp. 4007.35 ;**T.58.33 

Montague, Henry. 

War among the blacks. A full report of the celebrated chancery 

suit, Montague & Wilsom versus Moore, Crocker, Ritter, and 

Hamilton, proprietors and managers of the Christy Minstrels. 

Liverpool. 1865. **T.96.i76 

Montansier, Marguerite Brunet, called Mademoiselle Montansier. 

CouAiLHAC, V. La vie de theatre. Grandes et petites aventures 

de M"e Montansier. Paris. [1863.] **T.57.202 

HiPPEAu, C. Le comedien Neuville et M^le de Montansier au theatre 

de Rouen. Rouen. 1862. **T.96.3 

Montchamp, L. de, pseud. See Sorel, Jacques. 

Monte Carlo, Monaco. 

Alfred, Baron, pseud. Monaco-roulette. Paris. 1886. **T.96.238 

Du Seigneur, M. Le theatre de Monte-Carlo. Paris. 1880. Plate. 

4096.79; No. I in **M.ii9.i5 
Monteil, Edgar. 

Cornebois. [Roman.] Paris. Charpentier. 1881. (6), 344, (i) pp. 
[fitudes humaines.] **T.87.38 

La jambe. Paris. Dreyfous & Dalsace. [1894.] (3), 370, (i) pp. 
[fitudes humaines.] **T.87.74 

A novel about the stage. 
La tournee dramatique. Paris. Charpentier & cie. 1890. (5), 322 
pp. [fitudes humaines.] **T.87.48 

A novel of stage life. 

Montenari, Giovanni, Conte. - 

Del Teatro Olimpico di Andrea Palladio in Vicenza. Discorso. In 
Padova. 1733. Per Giovambattista Conzatti. 84, (i) pp. Por- 
trait. 5 plates. *4095.i07 

On the construction of the theatre. Another copy is on shelf-number **G.i6.S3, 
from which the portrait is missing. 
Same. 2a edizione, con lettere due critiche, I'una del Sig. Marchese 
Giovanni Poleni, I'altra dell' autore. In Padova. 1749. Nella 
Stamperia del Seminario. xii, (4), 153 pp. Illus. Portrait. 5 
plates. *8o96.i07 

Montes, Lola. See Montez, Lola. 



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Montez, Lola. 

Lectures. Including her autobiography. New York. Rudd & 
Carleton. 1858. 292 pp. **T.57.i72 

Same. jSsp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 4546.80 

Montez, Lola. Works about. 

AuvERGNE, E. B. d'. Lola Montez, an adventuress of the 'forties. 
New York. 1909. Portraits. 2544.216 

Jacquot, C. J. B. Lola Montes. Paris. 1857. Portrait. 

**T.59.44;etc. 

Lola Montes: or, a reply to the "Private history and memoirs" of 

that celebrated lady, recently published by the Marquis Papon. 

New York. 185 1. Portrait. **T.97.239 

Montgomery, Walter. 

HoRNE, R. H., editor. Was Hamlet mad? Being a series of critiques 
on the acting of the late Walter Montgomery: written in Mel- 
bourne in 1867, by Archibald Michie, J. E. Neild, R. H. Home 
[etc.]. London. [1871.] _ 4598.105 

Monthly Mirror, The: reflecting men and manners. With strictures 
on their epitome, the stage. Vol. 1-22; new series, t-8. London. 
The Proprietors. [i795-]i8io. 30 v. Portraits. Plates. Manu- 
script facsimiles. **T.26.3 

Relates to Great Britain. 

Montorgueil, Georges, pseud. See Lebesque, Octave. 
Monval, Georges Hippolyte Mondain. 

Chronologic molieresque. Paris. Flammarion. 1897. (3), xii, 279, 
(i) pp. Portrait. • 4659-81 

Les collections de la Comedie-francaise. Catalogue historiquc et 
raisonne. Preface de Jules Claretie. Paris. Societe de propaga- 
tion des livres d'art. 1897. xvi, 168 pp. Portraits. Plates. *4o8i.52 
Comedie-frauQaise. (1658-1900.) Liste alphabetique des so^ic-taires 
depuis Moliere jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. Bureaux de I'Amateur 
d'autographes. 1900. (3), x, 134, (i) pp. Autograph facsimiles. 

4671.87 

Fetes et spectacles donnes a Fontainebleau et au Monceau en 1772. 

Avec notes et appendices. Fontainebleau. Bourges. 1888. 28 pp. 

2662.114 

Le laquais de Moliere. Paris. Tresse & Stock. 1887. (s), 141, (i) 

pp. **T.57.2i8 

This volume is devoted to proving- that this "laquais" was Frangois Du Mouriez 
Du Perier. 
L'Odeon. Histoire administrative, anecdotique et litteraire du second 
Theatre frangais. Par Paul Porel [pseud.] et Georges Monval. 
Paris. Lemerre. 1876, 82. 2 v. 26703.50; **T.75.4i 

Contents. — [i.] 1782-181S. 2. 1818-1853- 
The copy on shelf-number **T.75.4i lacks Tome 2. 
Les theatres subventionnes. Paris. Berger-Levrault & c'e. 1879. 
23 pp. **T.95.63 

Relates to France. 
Monval, Georges Hippolyte Mondain, compiler. 

Lettres au Mercure sur Moliere, sa vie, ses oeuvres et les comediens 
de son temps. Publiees avec une notice et des notes. Paris. 
Librairie des bibliophiles. 1887. (3), xi, 89, (i) pp. [Nouvelle 
collection Molieresque. 15.] **T.58.i23 

Recueil sur la mort de Moliere. Publie avec une notice et des notes. 
Paris. Librairie des bibliophiles. 1885. (3), xii, 92 pp. [Nouvelle 
collection Molieresque. 14.] 46593.56; **T.58. 122 

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Monval, Georges Hippolyte Mondain, editor. 

Chappuzeau, S. Le theatre frangois. Accompagne de preface et de 
notes par Georges Monval. Paris. 1875. **M.2i8.3 

JousLiN DB La Salle, A. F. Souvenirs sur le Theatre-frangais. 
(1833-1837.) Annotes et publics par G. Monval et le Comte Fleury. 
Paris. 1900. **T.75.55 

Lecouvreur, a. Lettres. Reunies pour la premiere fois, avec notes, 
etude biographique . . . par Georges Monval. Paris. 1892. Por- 
trait. Facsimile. 2669.109 

La Thorilltere, F. Le N. de. Premier registre de La Thorilliere 
(1663-1664). Public avec notice, notes et index. Paris. 1890. 

**78.57 

MoLiERisTE, Le. Revue mensuelle. Annee i-io. Paris. 1879-89. 
Illus. Portrait. Plates. Plan. **T.26.6 

Moore, E. Hamilton. 

English miracle plays and moralities. London. Sherratt & Hughes. 
1907. vi, 199 pp. 2552.39 

Contents. — The liturgical drama. — Church plays in England. — The great 
cycles. — The actors and the stage. — Comedy and tragedy. — The Gospel 
story. — The Cornish mysteries. — Later development. — The early morality. 
— Protestant moralities. 
Students' list, pp. 197-199. 

Moore, Frank Frankfort. 

The impudent comedian & others. Chicago. Stone & Co. 1897. 
(5), 275, (i) PP- Plates. 44093.272 ;**T.87.i3 

Contents. — The impudent comedian. — Kitty Clive. — A question of art. — 
The muse of tragedy. — The way to keep him. — The captive of the Duke. 

The Jessamy bride, Chicago. Stone & Co. 1897. (i), 417, (i) PP- 

**T.87.i4 
A novel founded on an actual story of the eighteenth century, introducing Gold- 
smith and Mary Homeck (the Jessamy bride), Dr. Johnson, Burke and Garrick. 
Moore, George. 

Impressions and opinions. London. Nutt. 1891. (7), 346 pp. 

4558.iii;*A.6i29.2 

Contains papers upon An actress of the i8th century [Mile Clairon] ; Mummer- 
worship : Our dramatists and their literature; Note on [Ibsen's] 'Ghosts'; 
Theatre libre ; On the necessity of an English theatre libre. 

Same. New York. Scribner. 1891. 4578.155 

A mummer's wife. London. Vizetelly & Co. 1885. 438 pp. **T.87.6i 
Same. 20th edition. London. Walter Scott, Ltd. [189-?] 3-352 

pp. *6599a.62 

Moore. George Washington. 

War among the blacks. A full report of the celebrated chancery 

suit, Montague & Wilsom versus Moore, Crocker, Ritter, and 

Hamilton, proprietors and managers of the Christy Minstrels. 

LiverDOol. 1865. **T.96.i76 

Moore. Horatio Newton. 

Fitzgerald and Hopkins: or, scenes and adventures in theatrical life. 

Philadebhia. Sherman. 1847. 166 pp. Plates. **T.87.9 

Contents. — Alpbonse F. Fitzgerald; or, the autobiography of a spouter. — The 
Hopkins family ; or, English immigrants and itinerant players. 

Moore, Mark. 

The memoirs and adventures of Mark Moore, late an officer in the 
British navy. With anecdotes, selected from his journals. Lon- 
don: Printed for the author, by J. W. Myers: and sold by W. 
Stewart. 1795. ix, 267 pp. **T.56.220 

Moore was for a time the manager of a company of comedians. 

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Moore, Peter. 

Copy. Letter from Mr. Moore to Mr. Raymond. Dated October 14, 
1817. [London. 1817.] 8 pp. **T.75.65 

Krlates to Drury Lane Theatre of which T. G. Raymond was the manaRer. 

Observations submitted to the consideration of the committee of 
management of Drury Lane Theatre, by P. Moore. [London. 
i8i7?l 3-1 1 pp. **T.75.64 

Moore. Peter, alleqed' author. 

Facts are stubborn things! Being a brief review of the season 1817- 
18, at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane: also, an inquiry into the 
conduct of the sub and special committees; with explanatory 
notes and an appendix. [Anon.] London. Sherwood, Necly, & 
Jones. 1818. C?), 6.3 pp. **T.76.i29 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 4 in ''G. 3823. 17. 
Moore, Peter. Works about. 

Arnold, S. J. A letter to all the proprietors of Drury-Lane Theatre, 
heins a commentary on certain parts of an anonymous pamphlet, 
called "A brief review of the season 1817-18 at the Theatre Royal. 
Drurv-Lane, &c., and a conclusive detection of the author. Also. 
a letter, relative to the subject, from the late Samuel Whitbread. 
London. 1818. **T.76.i27; etc. 

Moore, Thomas. 

Memoirs of the life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Philadelphia. 

Carev & Lea. 1825. 602 pp. 6542.41 ; **K.33.7 

Same. 5th edition. London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & 

Green. 1827. 2 v. Portrait. Manuscript facsimile. **T.56.i42 

Same. New York. Redfield. i8S3- 6548.8 

Moore & Burgess Minstrels. 

Programme. [May 15, 1871 - Dec. 31, 1891; May 21, Oct. 22, 1892; 
Dec. 26, 1893; June 16, 1894. London. 1871-94.] 41 v. 

**T.i5.i2 

Almost all of these programmes are for exhibitions in St. James's Hall, Piccadilly. 
Ppfore May 8, 1S72, the company was called Christy Minstrels. Some undated 
programmes are prefixed to the volume for 187 1. One of these is a programme 
for a performance by The Queen's Minstrels. 

Moralities. Works about. 

Blades, W. An account of the German morality-play, entitled 

Depositio Cornuti Typographici, as performed in the 17th & i8th 

centuries. With a rhythmical translation of the German version 

of 1648. London. 1885. Illus. Plates. *6ii3.33; **T.46.io 

Genee, R. Die englischen Mirakelspiele und Moralitaten als Vor- 

laufer des englischen Dramas. Berlin. 1878. No. 15 in *59i4.50.i3 

Mackenzie, W. R. The English moralities from the point of view 

of allegory. Boston. 1914. 4579-237 

Moore, E. H. English miracle plays and moralities. London. 1907. 

2552.39 
Morality, The, of stage-plays seriously considered. [Anon.] See 

Ferguson, Adam. 
Moratin, Leandro Fernandez de. 

Catalogo historico y critico de piezas dramaticas anteriores a Lope 

de Vega. {In Ochoa, E. de. Tesoro del teatro espanol. Tomo i, 

pp. 57-220. Paris. 1838.) *3096.i.i;**D.i7i.2.i 

Same. {In Biblioteca de autores espafioles. Tomo 2, pp. 226-305. 

Madrid. 1846.) **D.i63.i.2 

Same, (/w his Origines del teatro espafiol. Pp. 67-215. Paris. 1883.) 

**D.i4oa.25 

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Moray, John S. 

Booth's Richelieu reviewed. New York. Saxton, Torrey & Co. 1871. 
(2), 14 pp. **T.96.7 

More, Hannah. 

Observations on the effect of theatrical representations, with 
respect to religion and morals: occasioned by the preface to the 
third volume of the Works of Mrs. H. More. Bath. 1804. 

No. i6in**G.3824.i5;etc. 
More. Beerbohm, M. 2579.135; etc. 

More remarks on the theatre. Churchman, A, /'.y^wd. **T.96.52; etc. 

Moreau, Charles C, editor. 

Matthews, T. B. About the ballet. New York. 1891. Portraits. 

**T.I2.II 

Moreau, Charles Frangois Jean Baptiste. 

Memoires historiques et litteraires sur F.-J. Talma. 2e edition. Paris. 
Ladvocat. 1826. (3), 126 pp. Manuscript facsimile. **T.57.32 
Moreau, Charles Frangois Jean Baptiste, prcfaccr. 

GoLDONi, C. Memoires pour servir a I'histoire de sa vie, et a celle 
de son theatre; precedes d'une notice sur la comedie italienne au 
seizieme siecle, et sur Goldoni. Paris. 1822. 2 v. **T.56.5; etc. 
Moreau, Jean Michel. 

[Engravings made from drawings by Moreau to illustrate Voltaire's 
plays in the CEuvres completes, edited by P. A. Caron de Beau- 
marchais and others, and published at Kehl, 1785-89- Comoiled 
by Arthur K. Brown.] 1914- 29 plates. **T.42.6 

There is no text other than explanatory verses on the plaltes. 

Moreau, Paul. 

Fous et bouffons: etude physiologique. psychologique et historique. 
Paris. Bailliere. 1885. vii, 283 pp. 2244.69 

A study of giants, dwarfs, buffoons, etc. 

Moreau de Saint-Mery, Mederic Louis filie. 

De la danse. Parme. Bodoni. 1801. (4), 52 pp. **T.99.45 

Same. 1803. (4), 61 pp. **T.98.i04 
Morel, Henry. 

Nouveaux memoires de Theresa. Paris. Faure & c'e. 1868. 24 pp. 

Portrait. [Silhouettes dramatiques.] **T.57,i6 
Morel-Fatio, Alfred Paul Victor, and Leo Rouanet. 

Le theatre espagnol. Paris. Fontemoing. [1900.] 47 PP- [Bibliotheque 

des bibliographies critiques. 7-] *2i62.68 

Contents. — Histoires generales ; etudes d'ensemble ou de certaines periodes du 
theatre. — Repertoires biographiques et bibliographiques. — Le theatre anterieur 
a Lope de Vega. — La grande epoque du theatre. — Le theatre du xviiie siecle. 
— Le theatre moderne. — Histoire externe du theatre, la scene, les comediens, 
le public. — Traductions frangaises. 
Morf, Heinrich. 

Aus der Geschichte des franzosischen Dramas. Hamburg. Richter. 
1887. 38 pp. [Sammlung gemeinverstandlicher wissenschaftlicher 
Vortrage. N. F. Serie 2, Heft 45.] No. 19 in *59i4.5o.N.F.2 

Morgan, Sydney Owenson, Lady. 

A few reflections, occasioned by the perusal of a work, entitled, 

"Familiar epistles, to Frederick J s, Esq., on the present state 

of the Irish stage." [Anon.] Dublin. Parry. 1804. 77 pp. 

**T.78.56 

Croker's Familiar epistles to Frederick J s, who was manager of the Crow 

Street Theatre, Dublin, may be fovmd on shelf-numbers 4575-36; **T.78 2- 
•*K.35-28. 

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Morice, fimile. 

Essai sur la mise en scene depuis les mysteres jusqu' au Cid. Paris. 

Heideloff & Campe. 1836. (3), 296 pp. **T.77.i87 

Same. Histoire de la mise en scene, depuis les mysteres jusqu' au Cid. 

Paris. Librairie frangaise, allemande et anglaise. 1836. **T.77.i86 

Morin, Michel, pscnd. See Dubois, Auguste, and E. Charles Chabot. 

Morison, John, D.D. 

Fashionable amusements the bane of youth: a sermon, preached 

Dec. 9, 1824, before the churches associated in the Pimlico, 

Chelsea, and Brompton monthly lecture. 3d edition. London. 

Westley. 1825. 58 pp. **T.96.ii4 

Moi'itz, Carl, and B. Schilling. 

Das neue Stadttheater in Koln. Berlin. Ernst. 1904. 14 pp. lUus. 
Plates, one colored. Plans. *Cab.6o.i44.8 

Motley, Henry. 

The journal of a London playgoer from 185 1 to 1866. London. 

Routledge. 1866. 384 pp. 4568.15; **T.48.2 

Memoirs of Bartholomew Fair. With facsimile drawings, engraved 

upon wood, by the brothers Dalziel. London. Chapman & Hall. 

1859. XX, 506 pp. Illus. 2469.47; **T.95.48 

Same. A verbatim reprint of the original edition. Warne & Co. 

[1874.] xvi, 404 pp. 2469.14 

Same. New edition. Chatto & Windus. 1880. Plate. 2469.48 

Morley, Lacy Collison Collison-. 

Shakespeare in Italy. Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare Head 
Press. 1916. (11), 180 pp. Portraits. Plate. Facsimile. 4598.58 
Momand, Felix. 

La vie de Paris. Paris. Librairie Nouvelle. 1855. viii, 304 pp. 
[Bibliotheque nouvelle.] **T.98.83 

Deals in part with the theatres of Paris. 

Morrell, Thomas H. 

Catalogue of [his] valuable collection of books on the drama; com- 
prising biographies of eminent actors & actresses, dramatists, and 
others. Also, a collection of rare and valuable dramatic por- 
traits. To be sold at auction by Bangs, Berwin & Co. New York. 
1869. 31 pp. 6147.112 

Holland memorial. Sketch of the life of George Holland, the 
veteran comedian, with dramatic reminiscences, anecdotes, etc. 
New York. Morrell. 1871. (i), 124 pp. Portrait. Manuscript 
facsimiles. **T.53.i9 

A sketch of the life of James William Wallack, (Senior), late actor 
and manager. [Anon.] New York. Morrell. 1865. 61, (i) pp. 
Portrait. **T.55.2i ; **G.363i.i 

Morris, Clara. 

The life of a star. New York. McClure, Phillips & Co. 1906. ix, 
363 pp. 4343-267 

Life on the stage. My personal experiences and recollections. New 
York. McClure, Phillips & Co. 1901. xv, 399 pp. Portrait. 
On the theatre in the United States. 4343.229; **T. 57.39 

Stage confidences. Talks about players and play acting. Boston. 
Lothrop Publishing Co. [1902.] 316 pp. Portraits. Autograph 
facsimile. **T.57.ii9 

Morris, Elisabeth Woodbridge. 

The drama, its law and its technique. Boston. Allyn & Bacon. 
[1898.1 xvi, 181 pp. Diagrams. 6257.382 

Bibliographies, pp. 175-178. 

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Morris, Felix. 

Reminiscences. New York. International Telegram Co. [1892.] 
176 pp. Portrait. **T.58.20 

Morris, Mowbray Walter. 

Essays in theatrical criticism. London. Remington & Co. 1882. 
(3), 226 pp. 2553.61 ;**T.47.32 

Morris, Richard. 

Old acquaintance, An, pseud. The life and mysterious transactions 
of Richard Morris, Esq. Better known by the name of Dick Spot, 
the conjurer. Particularly in Derbyshire and Shropshire. Lon- 
don. 1798. Plates. **T.98.i47 
Morris, William. 

Motives of ministeirial animadversion, on theatrical exhibitions, 
being the substance of two lectures, delivered at Zion Chapel, 
St. Helier. Jersey. Marston. 1829. 24 pp. No. 4 in **G.3822.2 
In opposition to the theatre. 
Mortemar, Julie de. 

Folly's queens; or, women whose loves have ruled the world. Life 
sketches of the most famous belles of Cupid's court for two 
centuries. New York. Fox. [1882.] 52 pp. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.55.i9 
Mortier, Arnold. See Mortje, Arnold. 
Mortier, Michel. 

Biographical sketch of Madame Adelina Patti. [New York. Steinway& 
Sons. 1882.] 4 pp. Portrait. Facsimile. 4049.110; No. 8 in **M.207.26 

Preceded by a poem in French, addressed to Mme. Patti by Theodore de Banville. 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. gin 6246.55. 

Mortimer, Geoffrey, pseud. See Gallichjin, Walter M. 
Mortje, Arnold. 

Les soirees parisiennes de [1874,] 1876-84. Par Un monsieur de 
I'orchestre (Arnold Mortier). Paris. Dentu. 1875-85. 10 v. 
Plates. Facsimiles. **T.27.2 

Morton, A. P., translator. 

Le Roux, H. R. C. H. Acrobats and mountebanks. By Hugues 
Le Roux & Jules Garnier. ■ London. 1890. lUus. Portraits. 
Plates. 4001.100; **T.95.85 

Morton, Cavendish. 

The art of theatrical make-up. London. Black. 1909. x, 137 pp. 
Portrait. Plate. 6003.91 

Morton, Charles. 

Morton, W. H., and H. C. Newton. Sixty years' stage service, being 
a record of the life of Charles Morton, "the Father of the Halls." 
London. 1905. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.56.i63 

Morton, Richard, editor. 

Roberts, A. The adventures of Arthur Roberts by rail, road and 
river. Told by himself and chronicled by Richard Morton. 
Bristol. [1895.] **T,58.io9 

Morton, William H., and Henry Chance Newton. 

Sixty years' stage service, being a record of the life of Charles 

Morton, "the Father of the Halls." London. Gale & Polden, Ltd. 

1905. viii, 208 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.56.i63 

Mosaique. Hedouin, P. **M.37i.6 

Moscow, Russia. Theatres. Petrovski theatre. 

Cavos, a. Reconstruction du grand theatre de Moscou, dit Petrovski. 
Notice descriptive. Paris. 1859. Table. Plates, some colored. 
Plans. **Cab.6o.7i.2 

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Moses, Montrose Jonas. 

The American dramatist. Boston. Little, Brown, & Co. 191 1. xii, 
(i), 338 pp. Portraits. 4395.i8i; **T.46.37 

Bibliography, pp. 313-326. 

Famous actor-families in America. New York. Crowell & Co. 
[iyo6.] viii, 341 pp. Portraits. Genealogical tables. 4343.269 

Contents. — To-day and yesterday. — The Booths. — The Jeffersons. — The 
Sotherns. — The Boucicaults. — The Hacketts. — The Drews and the Barry- 
mores. — The Wallacks. — The Davenports. — The Hollands. — The Powers. 

— Bibliography. 

The life of Heinrich Conried. New York. Thomas Y. Crowell Co. 
[1916.] (i), XV, (i), 367 pp. Portraits. Plates. 4343.268; **T.56.336 
Mosont, Charles, pseud. 

Les reines de la rampe. [Par] L. de Montchamp [pseud, de Jacques 
Sorel] et Ch. Mosont [pseud.]. Paris. Cournol. 1863. (3), 303, 
(I) PP- **T.57-353 

Contents. — La Champmesle. — Adrienne Lecouvreur. — Clairon. — DunT-sLil. 

— Duchcsnois. — Georges Weimer. — Mars. — Dorval. — Rachel. — Dejazet. 

Mosse, Bartholomew. 

Sheridan, T. A state of the case in regard to the point in dispute 
between Mr. Mosse and Mr. Sheridan. Dublin. 1750. 

**T.57.436;etc. 
Mossop, Henry. 

Estimate, An, of the theatrical merits of the two tragedians of 

Crow Street [Barry and Mossop]. In a letter from a gentleman 

in Dublin to his friend in London. Dublin. 1760. **T.57.i42 

Motion picture electricity. Hallberg, J. H. 80393.59 

Motion picture work. Hulfish, D. S. 8037.201 

Motion pictures. See Moving pictures. 

Motives of ministerial animadversion. Morris, W. No. 4 in **G.3822.2 
Mottet. A. 

Galerie biographique des artistes des theatres royaux. [Anon. Par 
A. Laugier et A. Mottet.] Livraison 3: Theatre frangais. Paris. 
Bureau de la Galerie biographique. 1827. (3), iv, 176 pp. 

**T.96.3io 
Mottley, John, alleged author. 

A compleat list of all the English dramatic poets, and of all the 
plays printed in English to 1747. Portraits. (In Whincop, T. S. 
Pp. 87-320. London. 1747.) **T.37.2o6 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G. 3924.10; **K.34.26; **G. 3977.55. The 
index is missing in the copy on shelf-number **G.3977.5S. 

Moucheur, Un, de chandelles, pseud. 

Petite biographic dramatique, faite avec adresse par Un moucheur 
de chandelles. Paris. 1826. **T.99.56 

Mouhy, Charles de Fieux, Chevalier de. 

Abrege de I'histoire du Theatre frangois, depuis son origine jusqu'au 
premier juin, 1780. Precede du dictionnaire de toutes les pieces 
de theatre jouees & imprimees; du dictionnaire des auteurs 
dramatiques, & du dictionnaire des acteurs. Nouvelle edition. A 
Paris, chez I'auteur. 1780. 3 v. Portrait. **T.76.ii9 

Tablettes dramatiques, contenant I'abrege de I'histoire du Theatre 
frangois, I'etablissement des theatres a Paris, un dictionnaire des 
pieces et I'abrege de I'histoire des auteurs & des acteurs. A Paris, 
Chez Sebastien Jorry. 1752-58. xxij, (2), 244, 88, 48 pp. **T.78.27 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. i in **G.3563.i8 and **T.78.67, from 

which the supplements for 1752/53-57/58 are missing. 

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Mounet, Jean. 

Some considerations on the establishment of the French strolers 
[brought over by Jean Mounet] ; the behaviour of their bully- 
champions, and other seasonable matters, at this critical juncture. 
[London. 1749.] **T.97.5o 

Moving Picture World. The organ of the photo play and allied interests. 
Vol. 8 (no. i); 24- January 7, 191 1; April, 1916, to date. New 
York. World Photographic Publishing Co. *407i.247 

Unbound numbers are kept in the Music Room. 

Moving pictures. 

Ball, E. H. The art of the photoplay. New York. [1913-] 80393.65 

Photoplay scenarios: how to write and sell them. New York. 

1915. 80393.69 

Dench, E. a. Playwriting for the cinema, dealing with the writing 
and marketing of scenarios. London. 1914- 80393.67 

DucoM, J. Le cinematographe scientifique et industriel. Traite 
pratique de cinematographic. Paris. 191 1. lUus. Plates. Plans. 

80393.58 

EsENWEiN, J. B., and A. Leeds. Writing the photoplay. Springfield, 
Mass. [1913.] Plates. Plan. 80393.53 

Gehrts, M. a camera actress in the wilds of Togoland. The 
adventures, observations & experiences of a cinematograph 
actress in West African forests whilst collecting films depicting 
native life and when posing as the white woman in Anglo-African 
cinematograph dramas. Philadelphia. 1915. Portraits. Plates. 

3057-239 

Gordon, W. L. How to write moving picture plays. Cincinnati. 
1915. 8031. lOI 

Grau, R. The theatre of science. A volume of progress and 
achievement in the motion picture industry. New York. 1914- 
Portraits. Plates. *8o393.57 

Hallberg, J. H. Motion picture electricity. New York. [1914-] 
lllus. Portrait. Plates. Plans. 80393.59 

Hepworth, C. M. Animated photography. The A B C of the 
cinematograph. A simple and thorough guide to the projection 
of living photographs with notes on the production of cine- 
matograph negatives. London. 1S97. IHus. 80393.96 

HoAGLAND, H. C. How to Write a photoplay. New York City. 
[1912.] 80393.97 

HoPvvooD, H. V. Living pictures: their history, photo-production and 
practical working. With a digest of British patents and annotated 
bibliography. London. 1899. lllus. Plates. Diagrams. 80393.98 

HuLFisH, D. S. Cyclopedia of motion-picture work. Chicago. 191 1. 
2 v. lllus. Plates. Plans. 8037.202 

The motion picture': its making and its theatre. Chicago. 1909. 

lllus. 80393.56 

Motion-picture work: a general treatise on picture taking, 

picture making, photo-plays, and theatre management and opera- 
tion. Chicago. 1913. lllus. Plates. Plans. 8037.201 

Johnson, G. L. Photography in colours: a text-book for amateurs, 
with a chapter on kinematography in the colours of nature. Lon- 
don. 191 1. lllus. Plates, some colored. Plans. Charts. 8065.194 

Juvenile Protective Association, Chicago. Five and ten cent theatres. 
Two investigations by the Juvenile Protective Association of Chi- 
cago, 1909 and 191 1. Text by Louise de Koven Bowen. Chicago. 
[191 1?] 5576.283 

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Moving pictures. (Continued.) 

Kress, E. Catechisme de I'operateur de cinema. Reponses aux 
questions du certificat d'aptitudcs professionnclles des operateura 
projectionnistes du cinematographe. Paris. [1913?] IHus. 
Diagrams. 80393.52 

Moving Picture World. The organ of the photo play and allied 
interests. Vol. 8 (no. i); 24- January 7, 191 1; April, 1916, to date. 
New York. *407i.247 

MuENSTERBERG, H. The photoplay: a psychological study. New 
York. 1916. 80393.48 

National Board of Fire Underwriters. Suggested ordinance to 
regulate the installation, operation and maintenance of motion 
picture machines adopted by the National Board of Fire Under- 
writers and the National Fire Protection Association. [New 
York, etc.] 1912. 40193.68 

Nelson, J. A. The photo-play, how to write, how to sell: being a 
practical and complete treatise upon the form, structure and 
technique of the modern picture play. Los Angeles. 1913. 

80393.66 

Parsons, L. O. How to write for the "movies." Chicago. 1915. 

80393.70 

Pennsylvania. State Board of Censors. Rules and standards. Harris- 
burg. 1915. *3668.7i 

Phillip^, H. A. The photodrama. The philosophy of its principles, 
the nature of its plot, its dramatic construction and technique. 
Larchmont, N. Y. [i9i4-] 80393.91 

Rathbun, J. B. Motion picture making and exhibiting. A compre- 
hensive volume treating the principles of motography; the 
making of motion pictures; the scenario; the motion picture 
theatre; the projector; the conduct of film exhibiting; methods 
of coloring films; talking pictures, etc. Chicago. 1914. Illus. 
Plates. Plans. 80393.55 

Richardson, F. H. Motion picture handbook: a guide for managers 
and operators of motion picture theatres. New York. [1910.] 
Illus. Plans. Diagrams. *8o393.5o 

Ross, E. N. Scenario writing [for the cinematograph]. Phila- 
delphia. [1912.] 80393.68 

Sargent, E. W. The technique of the photoplay. New York. 
[1912.] 80393.93 

Scheuing, F. M. Motion picture acting: how to prepare for photo- 
playing, what qualifications are necessary, how to secure an 
^pngagement, salaries paid to photoplayers. New York. [1913.] 
Portraits. Plates. 80393.63 

Slevin, J. On picture-play writing. A hand-book of workmanship. 
Cedar Grove, N. J. [1912.] 80393.60 

Talbot, F. A. Moving pictures: how they are made and worked. 
Philadelphia. 1912. Illus. Plates. Plans. 80393.49 

Practical cinematography and its applications. Philadelphia. 

1913. Plates. Diagrams. 80393.51 

Walter, F. K., compiler. The modern drama; its traits, tendencies 
and technique. [Bibliographies.] {In Modern drama and opera. 
Vol. 2, pp. 15-32. Boston. 1915.) *2i75.37.2 

Welsh, R. E. A-B-C of motion pictures. New York. [1916.] 
Plates. 80393.46 



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Moving pictures. (Continued.) 

Wright, W. L. The art of writing scenarios. Containing helpful 
information and suggestions for beginners and others. [Belle- 
fontaine, O.? 1912?] 80393.92 

Moving pictures. Actors. See Actors. 
Mowatt, Anna Cora. See Ritchie, Anna Cora. 
Moynet, Georges. 

La machinerie theatrale. Trues et decors. Explication raisonnee de 

tous les moyens employes pour produire les illusions theatrales. 

Paris. Librairie illustree. [1893.] (5), 408 pp. lUus. Colored 

portrait. Plates. Plans. 8092.122; **T.75.4 

Moynet, Jules. 

L'envers du theatre. Machines et decorations. Paris. Hachette & 
cie. 1873. (8), 290 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. [Bibliotheque des 
merveilles.] **T.77.i37 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 

Engerth, E., Ritter von. Zwischenbilder zu Figaro's Hochzeit. 
Wandgemalde im K. k. Opernhause zu Wien. Miinchen. [188-?] 
17 photographs in a portfolio. **M.430.i6 

PossART, E., Ritfcr von. Ueber die Neueinstudierung und Ncu- 
szenierung des Mozart'schen Don Giovanni CDon Juan) auf dem 
kgl. Residenztheater zu Munchen. Miinchen. 1896. **T.77.223 
Mozeen, Thomas. 

Young Scarron. [Anon.] London: Printed and sold by W. Trye. 
1752. 182 pp. **T.88.8 

A stoiT of the adventures of a troop of strolling players. 
Much ado about nothing. [London. 1859.] 361-372 pp. 

Relates to Charles John Kean. No. 20 in **G.3930.I3.I 

Mueller, Albert. 

Die neueren Arbeiten auf dem Gebiete des griechischen Biihnen- 

wesens. Eine kritische tJbersicht. Gottingen. Dietrich. 1891. 

108 pp. *2 1 72.84 

Separatabdruck aus dem sechsten Supplementbande des Philologus. 

Mueller, Carl Friedrich. 

Karl Kraepelin. Zur Erinnerung an sein Leben und seine kiinst- 
lerische Thatigkeit. Hamburg. Schlotke. 1884. 80 pp. Portraits. 
Manuscript facsimiles. **T.97.86 

Mueller, Curt Carl Friedrich, editor. 

Iffland, a. W. Ifflands Briefyv^echsel mit Schiller, Goethe, Kleist, 
Tieck und anderen Dramatikern. Leipzig. [1910.] 

No. 3 in 4896.50.522 
Mueller, K. Fr. See Mueller, Carl Friedrich. , 

Mueller, Otto. 

Charlotte Ackermann. Ein Hamburger Theater-Roman aus dem 
vorigen Jahrhundert. Frankfurt a. M. Meidinger & cie. 1854. 
S-543 pp. 2873.58 

Same. Charlotte Ackermann. Souvenirs du theatre de Hambourg 
au dixhuitieme siecle. Traduction de J.-Jacques Porchat. Paris. 
Klincksieck. 1854. (3), 424 pp. **T.86.2 

Same. Charlotte Ackerman: a theatrical romance, founded upon 
interesting facts in the life of a young artist of the last century. 
Translated from the German, by Mrs. Chapman Coleman and 
her daughters. Philadelphia. Porter & Coates. [1871.] 3-357 
pp. 2873.85 ;**T.87.33 



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Mueller-Guttenbrunn, Adam, 

Das Wiener Theaterleben. Leipzig. Spamer. 1890. (5), 113 pp. 

**T.76.64 
Wien war eine Theaterstadt. [Anon.] Wien. Graeser. 1885. 38 
pp. [Gegen den Strom. 2.] **T.76.i44 

Mueller-Palm, Adolf. 

Briefe aus der Bretterwelt. Ernstes und Heiteres aus der Geschichte 
des Stuttgarter Hoftheaters. Stuttgart. Bonz & Comp. 1881. 
viii, 333 PP- **T.76.i7i 

Muellner, Amadeus Gottfried Adolph. 

Geiger, E. L. Miillners Beziehungen zu Berlin. (In Archiv fiir 
Theatergeschichte. Vol. 2, pp. 151-168. Berlin. 1905.) *6907.i2.2 
Muensterberg, Hugo. 

The photoplay: a psychological study. New York. Appleton & 
Co. 1916. (6), 232, I pp. 80393.48 

Mugnier, Francois. 

Le theatre en Savoie. Les vieux spectacles, les comediens de Made- 
moiselle et de S. A. R. le Due de Savoie, la comedie au college, 
les troupes modernes. Chambery. Menard. 1887. 304 pp. 
Manuscript facsimile. **T.76.i7 

Mullett, Alfred Edgar, compiler. 

A dramatic scrap-book; or a book devoted to sketches of the lives 
of actors & to criticisms of plays & acting. [Boston. 1894-1899.] 
7 V. Illus. Portraits. **T.ii.9 

"The articles not otherwise designated are from the Boston Herald. The articles 
signed H. A. Clapp are from the Boston Advertiser. 

Mummer's wife, A. Moore, G. **T.87.6i ; etc. 

Mumming plays in the southern Balkans. Wage, A. J. B. *296oa.S3.i9 
Munday, Luther. 

A chronicle of friendships. New York. Frederick A. Stokes Co. 
[1913.] xi, 272 pp. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. 4545-177 

Reminiscences of English actors and of other celebrities. 

Munden, Joseph Shepherd. 

A statement of the differences subsisting between the proprietors 
and performers of the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Given in 
the correspondence that has passed between them. By John 
Johnstone, Joseph George Holman, Alexander Pope, Charles 
Incledon, Jos. S. Munden, John Fawcett, Thomas Knight, Henry 
Erskine Johnston. London: Printed by J. Davis for W. Miller. 
1800. 69, 3 pp. **T.77.io 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **G.3824.3, which lacks the supple- 
ment. 

Munden, Joseph Shepherd. Works about. 

Munden, T. S. Memoirs of Joseph Shepherd Munden, comedian. 
By his son. London. 1844. Portrait. **T.57.37 

Munden, Thomas Shepherd. 

Memoirs of Joseph Shepherd Munden, comedian. By his son. Lon- 
don. Bentley. 1844. (3), 330 pp. Portrait. **T.57.37 
Mundus dramaticus. (The new Rosciad.) A satire. London. Lacy. 
1852. 44 pp. **T.99.5 

Verses about English actors. 

Munich, Germany. Theatres. 

Alman.\ch des Konigl. Hof- und National-Theaters und des Konigl. 
Residenz-Theaters zu Miinchen fiir das Jahr 1883. Heraus- 
gegeben von Anton Hagen. Miinchen. 1884. Portrait. 

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Munich, Germany. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Anzeiger fiir die Koniglichen Theater, i. Januar-31. Dezember, 

1874. Miinchen. 1874. **M.236.27 

PossART, E., Ritter von. Die Separat-Vorstellung vor Konig Ludwig 

II. Erinnerungen. Miinchen. 1901. **T.77.22i 

Munich, Germany. Theatres. Hop- und National-Theater. 

BiERBAUM, O. J. Fiinfundzwanzig Jahre Miinchner Hoftheater- 
Geschichte. Ein Riickblick auf die fiinfundzwanzigjiihrige Amts- 
fiihrung des Freiherrn Karl von Perfall als Leiter der Miinchner 
Hofbuhnen. Miinchen. 1892. Portraits. **T.76.25 

PossART, E., Ritter von. Hermann Levi. Erinnerungen. Miinchen. 
1901. Portrait. **T.77.220 

Munich, Germany. Theatres. Koenigliches Residenztheater. 

PossART, E., Ritter von. Ueber die Neueinstudierung und Neu- 

szenierung des Mozart'schen Don Giovanni (Don Juan) auf dem 

kgl. Residenztheater zu Miinchen. Miinchen. 1896. **T.77.223 

Municipal and repertory theatres. Jones, H. A. **T.76.i86 

Murdoch, James Edward. 

Reminiscences of the stage. [Boston. 1874.] 4 ff. 

Relates to actors and their speech. No. 37 in **G.3822.3 

The stage; or, recollections of actors and acting from an experience of 

fifty years. A series of dramatic sketches. Philadelphia. Stoddart 

& Co. 1880. 510 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 2402.66 
Same. [Author's autograph edition.] 510, (4) PP- **T.55.3 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.34.i. 

Muret, Theodore Cesar. 

Histoire theatrale. Le Theatre-frangais de la rue de Richelieu. 
Rouen. Briere. 1861. 36 pp. **T.76.69 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.96.3I2. 

L'histoire par le theatre, 1789-1851. Serie 1-3. Paris. Amyot. 1865. 
3 V. **T.48.6 

Contents. — i. La Revolution, le Consulat, 1' Empire. 2. La Restauration. 3. 
Le Gouvernement de 1830, la Seconde republique. 
Muriel, Auguste. 

Le theatre aujourd'hui. L'auteur, le directeur, le critique, I'acteur, 
le public. Paris. Levy. 1855. (3), 86 pp. **T.77.ii8 

A general consideration of the theatre, with some reference to Paris theatres. 
Murphy, Agnes G. 

Melba: a biography. With chapters on the selection of music as a 
profession, & on the science of singing. New York. Doubleday, 
Page & Co. 1909. xiv, 348 pp. Portraits. Plates. 4048.337 

Murphy, Arthur. 

The life of David Garrick. London. Wright. 1801. 2 v. Portrait. 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G.3765-7; **K.33-6- **T.56.I43 

Vie de David Garrick, suivie de deux lettres de Noverre a Voltaire 
sur ce celebre acteur, et de l'histoire abregee du theatre anglais, 
depuis son origine jusqu'a la fin du xviiie siecle. [Anon.] Paris. 
Riche & Michel. An ix. [1800/01.] (3), 324 PP- Portrait. 

Translated and altered from the preceding by J. E. F. de Marignic. **T.58.90 

Vie de Garrick. [Anon.] (In Despres, J. B. D., editor. Memoires 
sur Garrick et sur Macklin. Pp. 1-252. Paris. 1822.) **T.56.3 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.224.2.4. 

Same. (In Barriere, J. F., editor. Bibliotheque des memoires relatifs 
a l'histoire de France pendant le i8>ne siecle. Tome 6, pp. 279-320. 
[Paris. 1846.]) *4667.2.4 

Same, (/n Same. [1857.]) **T.57.28o 

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Murphy, Arthur. Works about. 

Foot, J. The life of Arthur Murphy. London. 1811. Portraits. 

**T.53.i7 
Murray, Alma. 

Alma Murray. Portrait as Beatrice Cenci. With critical notice 
containing four letters from Robert Browning. London. Mathews. 
1891. II, (i) pp. **T.96.32 

Another copy is on shelf-number *R.9.634. 

Wilson, F. Miss Alma Murray as Juliet. London. 1887. 4595.112 

Murray, John Tucker. 

English dramatic companies, 1558-1642. Boston. Houghton Mifflin 
Co. 1910. 2 V. Map. Tables. _ 4574-i7i 

Couicnfs. — I. London companies. 2. Provincial companies. 

Murray, Lindley, compiler. 

Sentiments of pious and eminent persons, on the pernicious tendency 
of dramatic entertainments, and other vain amusements. New 
edition. London. Graves. 1817. 24 pp. **T.96.io8 

Murray, William Henry. 

The farewell and occasional addresses delivered by W. H. Murray, 
Esq., in the Theatres Royal and Adelphi, Edinburgh; with a 
biographical sketch. Edinburgh. Bertram & Co. 1851. (3), 
160^ pp. **T.98.i38 

Murray, William Henry. Works about. 

Pit, Patrick, pseud. The Thespian critique, or theatrical censor. 
Inscribed (without permission) to William Murray, of the Theatre 
Royal, Edinburgh. No. 1-4. [Edinburgh. 1816.] **T.76.24 

Murville, Pierre Nicolas Andre-. See Andre-Murville, Pierre Nicolas. 

Muses frangoises, Les. Premiere partie, contenant un tableau universel 
par alphabet & numero des theatres de France, avec les noms 
de leurs auteurs & de toutes les pieces ano^^nimes de ces theatres, 
depuis les misteres jusqu'en I'annee 1764. A Paris, chez Duchene. 
1764. 3-241, (i) pp. No. 2 in **G.3563.i8 

Relates particularly to the Paris theatres. 

Museums. Dramatic. 

Columbia University. Dramatic Museum. A catalog of models and 
of stage-sets. [With a preface by Brander Matthews.] New 
York. 1916. **T.46.62.5 

[Music and drama. Cuttings from Every Saturday, 1869-73.] (315) PP- 

**M.i23.6 

Music and Drama. A review of the stage, art, literature and society. 
[Weekly.] Vol. 1-7 (no. 1-12, 16-20). January 7, 1882- September 
22, November 3 - December i, 1883. New York. 1882, S.3. 7 v. 
in 3. Illus. Portraits. Plates. *404oa.200 

Vols. I, 2 (no. 3) have the title: Music. A review. Vol. 6 Cno. i-o~i has the 
title: Weekly Music and Drama. John C. Freund edited vols. 1-7 (no. 12); 
Deshler Welch edited vol. 7 (no. 16-20). Music and Drama was a continuation 
of Musical and Dramatic Times, founded in 1875 by John C. Freund. It was 
suspended in 1880, but republished by him in 1882 under the title Music, which 
was changed later to the present title. In December, 1883, the periodical ceased 
publication. It was succeeded by Freund's Music and Drama [*404oa.2oi] . 

Music and the drama. Parker, H. W., editor. Z.40C 22.1.9 

Music hall, The. Spectator, A, pseud. **T.96.20o 

Music-hall land. Fitzgerald, P. H. **T.96.i99 
Music halls. See Vaudeville. 

Musical & Dramatic Review, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-14. Mar. 5-June 

4, 1864. [London.] 1864. 172 pp. _ **T.24.3 

No more was published. Nos. 1-9 have the title: Boosey's Musical & Dramatic 
Review. 

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Musical prodigies. 

McGiBENY family, The. Fred. Pelham, manager. [Buffalo. N. Y. 

1883.] Portraits. Plate. In**T.ii.3 

Musical reminiscences of an old amateur. [Anon.] See Edgcumbe, 

Richard, 2d Earl of Mount Edgcumbe. 

Mute singer, The. Ritchie, A. C. **T.87.44 

My double life. Bernhardt, Sarah. **T.56.io8 

My lifetime. Hollingshead, J. **T.57.i74; etc. 

My sister the actress. Marryat, F. **T.87.54 

My sweetheart! Blyth, H. **T.95.78 

My wife's pinmoney. Nelson, M. E. E. **T.88.4 
Myrtle, Marmaduke, Esq., pseud. 

The histrionade: or, theatric tribunal; a poem, descriptive of the 

principal performers at both houses. London. Kirby. 1802. 

5-56 pp. **T.56.i90 

Relates to Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres. Another copy is on shelf- 
number No. 3 in **G. 3824.15. 

Mysteres, Les, de la main. Desbarrolles, A. **T.97.249; etc. 

Mysteres des theatres. 1852. Goncourt, E. L. A. H. de, and others. 

4676.100; **T.75.58 

Mysteres, Les, des theatres de Paris. Tuffet, S. **T,78.39 

Mysteries and miracle plays. 

Ancona, a. d'. Origin! del teatro in Italia. Studj sulle sacre 
rappresentazioni seguiti da nn' appendice sulle rappresentazioni 
del contado toscano. Firenze. 1877. 2 v. 4775.50 

Same. 2a edizione. Torino. 1891. 2 v. 4772.21 

Baccini, G. Notizie di alcune commedie sacre rappresentate in 

Firenze nel secolo xvii. Firenze. 1889. 2772.70 

Bancel, F. D. Les mysteres: etudes litteraires et philosophiques. 

Paris. 1872. 76093.91 

Bapst, C. G. fitude sur les mysteres au moyen age. Paris. 1892. 

Plate. 2671. 141 

Bates, K. L. The English religious drama. New York. 1893. 

4557-134; **T.47.96 
BouRKE, J. G. The miracle play of the Rio Grande. [Boston. 1893.] 

4365.140 
Clarke, S. W. The miracle play in England. An account of the 
early religious drama. London. [1897.] Plates. 

2537.35 ;**T.47.9i 
Cl6dat, L. Le theatre en France au moyen age. Paris. 1896. Plate. 

**T.46.2o 

Cohen, G. Histoire de la mise en scene dans le theatre religieux 

frangais du moyen age. Paris. 1906. Plates. 6674.92 

Same. Geschichte.der Inszenierung im geistlichen Schauspiele 

des Mittelalters in Frankreich. Leipzig. 1907. Plates. 4676.165 

Davidson, C. Studies in the English mystery plays. A thesis. 

Yale College, 1892. [New Haven. 1892.] 4552.42 

Dubois, A. Les mysteres a Amiens dans les xve et xvie siecles. 

Amiens. 1878. 2678.262 

Gaullieur, E. H. a. Des mysteres et de I'art dramatique en Suisse 

apres la Reforme, ou essai sur quelques drames en langue 

frangaise, des xvie et xvii^ siecles. [N. p. 18 — ?] **T.95.i4i 

Genee, R. Die englischen Mirakelspiele und Moralitaten als Vor- 

laufer des englischen Dramas. Berlin. 1878. No. 15 in *59i4.50.i3 

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Mysteries and miracle plays. (Continued.) 

Hase, C. a. von. Miracle plays and sacred dramas. A historical 
survey. London. 1880. 6257.36; **T.46.3i 

Hone, W. Ancient mysteries described, especially the English 
miracle plays, founded on Apocryphal New Testament story, 
extant among the unpublished manuscripts in the British Museum; 
including notices of ecclesiastical show^s, the festivals of fools 
and asses — the English boy-bishop — the descent into hell — the 
Lord Mayor's show — the Guildhall giants — Christmas carols, 
&c. London. 1823. Illus. Plates. 2575.24; **T.45.8; etc. 

Klimke, C. Das volkstiimliche Paradiesspiel und seine mittelalter- 
lichen Grundlagen. Breslau. 1902. 2873.128 

LuMiNi, A. II dramma nelle sacre rappresentazioni dei secoli xiv, 
XV e XVI. Prato. 187.S. No. 3 in **M.i27.4i 

Martin, W. At the Ober-Ammergau Passion Play, with an intro- 
duction on the ancient mysteries. A lecture. Buenos Ayres. 
[1881?] 2866.13 

Meyer, C. R. Das geistliche Schauspiel des Mittelalters. Basel. 
1879. 2875.iii;etc. 

Oberlaender, H. Die geistige Entwicklung der deutschen Schau- 
spiclkunst im 18. Jahrhundert. Hamburg. 1898. 6872.57 

Petit de Julleville, L. Histoire du theatre en France. Les 
mysteres. Paris. 1880. 2 v. 4673-55 

Reidt, H. Das geistliche Schauspiel des Mittelalters in Deutschland. 
Frankfurt a/M. 1868. 4887.10 

Sepet, M. C. a. Le drame chretien au moyen age. Paris. 1878. 

4676.53; **T.47.27 

Sharp, T. A dissertation on the pageants or dramatic mysteries 
anciently performed at Coventry, by the trading companies of 
that city; chiefly with reference to the vehicle, characters, and 
dresses of the actors. Coventry. 1825. Plates. Music. 

**T.42.3;etc. 

Spencer, M. L. Corpus Christi pageants in England. A dissertation. 
[University of Chicago.] New York. 1911. 25593.229; **T.47.22 

Wright, T. On the history of the drama in the Middle Ages. A 
sketch. [London? 185-?] 22593.45 



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Nantes, France. Theatres. 

Destranges, L. a. fi. R. Le theatre a Nantes depuis ses origines 
jusqu'a nos jours. i430?-i8q3. Paris. 1893. **T.77.6i ; etc. 

Nanteuil, Gaugiran de. See Gaugiran-Nanteuil, Charles. 
Naples, Italy. Theatres. San Carlo. 

Almanacco dc' reali teatri S. Carlo e Fondo, del annata teatrale 

1834. Napoli. 1835. Portraits. **M.iogb.45 

GiACOMO, S. Di. Cronaca del teatro San Carlino contribute alia 

storia della scene dialettale Napoletana. 1738-1884. Trani. 1895. 

Portrait. **T.77.2i7 

Napoleon I. 

Laugier, D. J. C. Documents historiques sur la Comedie frangaise 
pendant le regne de S. M. I'Empereur Napoleon I.er, precedes de 
tous les actes constitutifs qui regissent la societe du Theatre- 
frangais, depuis sa fondation. Paris. 1853. **T.74.i;etc. 

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Lecomte, L. H. Napoleon et le monde dramatique. fitude nouvelle 

d'apres des documents inedits. Paris. 1912. Portrait. 2655.119 

MoNSELET, C. Chanvallon. Histoire d'un souffleur de la Comedie- 

frangaise. [Roman.] Paris. 1872. Plate. **T.87.77 

Rosen, L. Napoleon's opera-glass. An histrionic study. London. 

1S97. **T.57.ios 

Napoleon III. 

Legeaux, a. Le theatre de la cour a Compiegne pendant le regne 
de Napoleon IIT. Paris. 1882-85. **T.77.9i 

Napoleon's opera-glass. Rosen, L. **T.57.io5 

Nason, Arthur Huntington. 

James Shirley, dramatist. A biographical and critical study. New 
York. Nason. 1915. xv, (i), 471, (i) pp. Portraits. Facsimiles. 

Annotated bibliography, pp. 399-^59. 4544.215 

Nathan, George Jean. 

Another book on the theatre. (Being a collection of haphazard, 
fugitive and some might say impudent reflections in and on the 
mirror which the theatre is supposed to hold up to nature.) New 
York. Huebsch. 1915. xii, (3), 358 pp. 6257.111 

Bottoms up. An application of the slapstick to satire. New York. 
Philip Goodman Co. 1917. (i), 73 pp. 6257.306 

Satires on the drama and the theatre. 

Mr. George Jean Nathan presents. New York. Knopf. 1917. 310 
pp. Plans. [The Borzoi books.] 4395.224 

Essays in American dramatic criticism. 
Nathan, George Jean, prefacer. 

Hopkins, A. How's your second act? New York. 1918. 6257.308 
Nathan, Isaac. 

Memoirs of Madame Malibran de Beriot. London. Thomas. 1836. 
(4), 72 pp. No. I in **M.i47.3.i 

Same. 2d edition. No. 4 in **M. 102.4 

National Board of Fire Underwriters. 

Suggested ordinance regvilating the construction and equipment of 
theatres adopted by the National Board of Fire Underwriters, 
and the National Fire Protection Association. [New York. 1913.] 

40i9a.56 

Suggested ordinance to regulate the installation,, operation and 

maintenance of motion picture machines adopted by the National 

Board of Fire Underwriters and the National Fire Protection 

Association. [New York, etc.] 1912. 8 pp. 40i9a.68 

National Peace Jubilee, Boston, 1869. 

The Peace Jubilee. Programme for the celebration. [June 15-19, 
1869. Boston. 1869.] (4) pp. No. 3 in **M.409.35 

National theatres. 

See also Repertory theatres; Subsidies. Government. 

Archer, W., and H. G. Barker. Scheme & estimates for a national 

theatre. New York. 1908. 6252.73 

Jones, H. A. -The foundations of a national drama. A collection 

of lectures, essays and speeches, delivered and written in the 

years 1896-1912. New York. [1912.] Portrait. 4574.183 

Naturalisme, Le, au theatre. Zola, fi. 466ob.54 

Navarre, Octave. 

Dionysos. fitude sur I'organisation materielle du theatre athenien. 
Paris. Klincksieck. 1895. (5), vii, 320 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. 

2965.47; **T.76.i56 
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Navarro, Gonzalo. 

Discvrsos politicos, y morales en cartas apologeticas, contra los qve 
defienden el vso de las comedias modernas que se represeiitan en 
Espana, en comparacion del teatro antiguo. En Madrid. 1684. 

**D. 176.20 
Navarro, Mary Anderson de. See Anderson, Mary Antoinette. 
Nayler, B. S. 

Atkins, H. H. A letter addressed to B. S. Nayler, teacher of 

elocution — on his review of the English performances. By H. 

H. Atkins, of the German Theatre, Amsterdam. [Amsterdam. 

1826.] **T.76.i57 

Nebe, Harvey. 

Catalogue of [his] collection of prints (mcluding pamphlets, etc.). 
Including original drawings, rare portraits and play bills. New 
York City views, etc., etc. For sale at auction [by] John Ander- 
son, Jr. New York. [Taylor & Co. 1902.] 89 pp. [Catalogue 
no. 98.] **T.66.26 

Relates chiefly to the American drama. 

Negro minstrels. 

See also Christy minstrels. 

Day, C. H. Fun in black; or, sketches of minstrel life. With The 
origin of minstrelsy, by T. Allston Brown, giving a history of 
Ethiopian minstrelsy from 1799. New York. De Witt. 1874. 
70 pp. Illus. **T.97.32i 

DuMONT, F. Burnt cork; or, the amateur minstrel. A collection 
of humorous speeches, and a description of everything necessary 
to arrange a minstrel entertainment. New York. 1881. Plans. 
Music. **T.97.255 

Keeler, R. Vagabond adventures. Boston. 1870. **T.57.354; etc. 
Moore & Burgess Minstrels. Programme. [May 15, 1871 - Dec. 31, 
1891; May 21, Oct. 22, 1892; Dec. 26, 1893; June 16, 1894. Lon- 
don. 1871-94.] 41 V. **T.i5.i2 
Negro minstrelsy. The old-fashioned troupes. What they were 
and how managed. Campaign of a company, by an ex-manager 
and performer. [Boston. 189-?] (16) pp. **T.i5.9 
Neilson, Adelaide. See Neilson, Lilian Adelaide. 
Neilson, Lilian Adelaide. 

De Leine, M. a. Lilian Adelaide Neilson. A memorial sketch, 
personal and critical. London. 1881. Portrait. 

24593.61 ; **T.57.44o 
HoLLOWAY, L. C. Adelaide Neilson: a souvenir. New York. 1885. 
Portraits. Plate. 255ob.56; **T.57.457 

Neither-side, Mr., psciid. 

An impartial examen of the present contests between the town and 
the manager [Charles Fleetwood] of the theatre. With some 
proposals for accommodating the present misunderstandings 
between the town and the manager. London: Printed for M. 
Cooper. 1744. **T.77.i85 

Relates to Drury Lane Theatre. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 3 in 
**G.3824.i7. 

Nelson, John Arthur. 

The photo-play, how to write, how to sell: being a practical and 
complete treatise upon the form, structure and technique of the 
modern picture play. 2d edition, enlarged. Los Angeles. Photo- 
play Publishing Co. 1913. 80393.66 

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Nelson, M. E. E. 

My wife's pinmoney; or, the marriage in extremes. London. 
Saunders, Otley, & Co. i860, vii, 198, (i) pp. **T.88.4 

Relates to the second marriage of the dramatist Wycherley, eleven days before 
his death. 

Netherlands. Theatres. 

CoHN, A. Shakespeare in Germany in the sixteenth and seven- 
teenth centuries: an account of English actors in Germany and 
the Netherlands. London. 1865. *459i-3 
Heller von Hellwald, F. Geschichte des hollandischen Theaters. 
Rotterdam. 1874. 2870.11 
KossMANN, E. F. Nieuwe bidragen tot de geschiedenis van het 
Nederlandsche tooneel in de lye en i8e eeuw. 's-Gravenhage. 
1915. Portrait. Plates. **T.75.78 
WoRP, J. A. Geschiedenis van het drama en van het tooneel in 
Nederland. Dee! i, 2. Groningen. 1904, 1908. 2 v. 4874.133 
De invloed van Seneca's treurspelen op ons tooneel. Amster- 
dam. 1892. 290ob,44 
Neuber, Caroline. See Neuber, Friederike Karoline. 
Neuber, Friederike Karoline. 

Reden-Esbeck, F. J., Freiherr von. Caroline Neuber und ihre Zeit- 
genossen. Ein Beitrag zur deutschen Kultur- und Theater- 
geschichte. Leipzig. 1881. Portrait. Plate. **T.55.66 

Neuendorf f, B. 

Die englische Volksbiihne im Zeitalter Shakespeares nach den 
Biihnenanweisungen. Berlin. Felber. 1910. viii, 230 pp. 
fLiterarhistorische Forschungen.] 4874.154 

Neukomm, Edmond. 

Fetes et spectacles du vieux Paris. Paris. Dentu. 1886. (3), 278 
pp. **T.77.i6o 

Neuville, Honore Bourdon de. 

HiPPEAu, C. Le comedien Neuville et M"e de Montansier au theatre 
de Rouen. Rouen. 1862. **T.96.3 

Neville, Henry G. 

Gesture. (In Voice, speech and gesture. Pp. 101-169. London. 

1895. Illus. Plates.) **M,2i8,2 

Same. (In Same. 1904.) 3599.182 

The stage: its past and present in relation to fine art. Being the 

subject of a lecture delivered by the author for the Society for 

the Encouragement of the Fine Arts, on the 13th July, 1871. 

Revised and enlarged. London. Bentley. 1875. xvi, 96 pp. 2473.57 

Neville & George, London. 

A catalogue of books relating to the drama and the stage, including 
purchases from the libraries of the late "Charlie" Warner, Charles 
Hiatt, E. L. Blanchard, Esq., and others. London. [Murray & 
Co.] 1909. 12 pp. [Catalogue no. 9.] **T.67.5 

Relates mainly to the English drama. 

New art, The, of writing plays. Vega Carpio, L. F. de. **T. 46.60.1 
New Evening Theatrical Observer; with bills of the play. [Daily. 1 

No. 10. Jan. I, 1830. [London.] 1830. i v. **T.25.28 

New Hampshire. General Court. Petitions. 

Attempt to establish a play-house in [Portsmouth] New Hampshire, 

1762. (In New Hampshire Historical Society. Collections. Vol. 

5, pp. 247-250. Concord. 1837.) *4337-44-5 

Petitions for and against the project, with Assembly's Address to prevent acting 
plays. 

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New Irish drama, The. Bates, K. L., compiler. 2175.75 

New miscellany, A, for the year i737- Containing i. The vision of the 

golden rump. 11. A dissertation upon kicking, iii. The Lord 

C d's speech against the play-bill, in the House of Peers. 

IV. C C r's letter to the Craftsman, upon the bill for 

restraining the stage. London: Printed for S. Osborne. 1737. 
(i), 29 pp. No. I in **G.3823.i5 

The first two articles are reprinted from the paper called Common Sense. All 
relate to the English theatre, the last two particularly to the censorship of the 
stage. 
New Monthly Belle Assemblee, The. Biographical sketches of illustri- 
ous and distinguished ladies. [London. 1812-18.] (62) pp. **T.i5.io 
Composed of articles about actresses cut from La Belle Assemblee Clater The 
New Monthly Belle Assemblee). The volume is indexed. 

New movement, The, in the theatre. Cheney, S. 6257.87 

New Orleans, La. Theatres. 

Lorgnette, La. Revue des theatres, courrier des salons, journal des 
artistes. [Deux fois par semaine.] Vol. i (no. 1-28). 12 decem- 
bre, 1841 - 17 mars, 1842. Nouvelle-Orleans. 1841,42. **T.23.3 
New theatrical dictionary, A, containing an account of all the dramatic 
pieces. Added, an alphabetical catalogue of dramatic wrriters, 
with the pieces they have written and a short sketch of the Eng- 
lish stage. London: Printed for S. Bladon. 1792. (8), 400 pp. 

**T.68.i 
New Thespian oracle. The; containing original strictures on oratory 
and acting. And a select collection of all the modern prologues, 
and epilogues, spoken at the royal and private theatres. London: 
Printed for Bentley. 1791. 11-18, 21-58 pp. Portrait. **T.37.i8i 
New way, The, to act old plays. A familiar epistle to the management 
of Drury Lane Theatre, on the present state of their stage. Lon- 
don. Stodart. 1818. 36 pp. No. 11 in **G.3823.i8 
New wrinkle, The, at Sweetbrier. Hosmer, J. K. 4498.107 
New York, City. Public Library. 

Duplicates from the New York Public Library including some rare 
Shakespeareana. Works of the Elizabethan and Restoration 
dramatists, etc. For sale at auction. May 4, 1906. New York. 
The Anderson Auction Co. 1906. 37 pp. [No. 457.] **T.65.26 
Stage scenery. A list of references to illustrations since 1900 in 
the New York Public Library. Compiled by William Burt 
Gamble. New York. 1917. 86 pp. **T.64.6 

New York, City. Theatres. 

Baker, L. C. The German drama in English on the New York 
stage to 1830. [Philadelphia.] 1917. 4393-227 

Brown, T. A. A history of the New York stage from the first 
performance in 1732 to 1901. New York. 1903. 3 v. *4395.i76; etc. 
CoAD, O. S. William Dunlap. A study of his life and works and 
of his place in contemporary culture. New York. 1917. Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.95.i52 
D., H. N. Fifty years of a play-goer's journal; or, annals of the 
New York stage, from A.D. 1798 to A.D. 1848. With biographical 
sketches of the principal performers. New York, [i860.] **T.77.i82 
Davis, M. M., Jr. The exploitation of pleasure. A study of com- 
mercial recreations in New York City. New York City. 191 1. 

5577-229 

DiMMicK, R. C. Our theatres to-day and yesterday. Beginning of 

the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early 

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New York, City. Theatres. (Continued.) 

managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of 
the amusement industry. From 1732 to 1913- New York. [1913.] 
Plates. 4395.206 

HuTTON, L. Plays. and players. New York. 1875. 2405.59; **T.76.56 

Ireland, J. N. Records of the New York stage, from 1750 to i860. 
New York. 1866,67. 2 v. Portraits. **T.75.22; etc. 

Lansing & Co., publishers. Interior views (with seats numbered). 
New York & Brooklyn theatres. [New York] 1880. Plans. **T.Q7.8i 

Pictorial diagrams of Boston, New York, and Philadelphia 

theatres. Boston. [1881.] Illus. Plans. **T.78.86 

McBride, T. ]., compiler. Diagrams of the leading New York theatres. 
[New York. 1879.] No. 3 in *4388.5i 

NoRTHALL, W. X. Before and behind the curtain: or, fifteen years' 
observations among the theatres of New York. New York. 1851. 

**T.77.i30 

Odell, G. C. D. 'A midsummer night's dream' on the New York 
stage. (Ill Matthews, J. B., and A. H. Thorndike, editors. Shak- 
sperian studies. Pp. 117-162. New York. 1916.) 4596.159 

[Theatres and public halls of New York. Plans of seats. Boston. 
1879.] Plate. Plans. **T.78.87 

New York, City. Theatres. Astor Place Opera House. 

Account of the terrific and fatal riot at the New-York Astor Place 
Opera House, May loth, 1849; with the quarrels of Forrest and 
Macready. including all the causes which led to that awful tragedy. 
New- York. 1849. Plate. 4374.27; **T.56.i 16; etc. 

American citizen, An, pseud. A rejoinder to "The replies from 
Phigland, etc. to certain statements circulated in this country 
respecting Mr. Macready." With an impartial history and review 
of the lamentable occurrences at the Astor Place Opera House. 
New York. 1849. 4374.72; **T.56.ii7; etc. 

New York, City. Theatres. Belasco theatre. 

Ford, J. L. The story of Du Barry. Mrs. Leslie Carter edition. 

[Privately distributed at the opening of the Belasco Theatre, and 

containing a description of the theatre.] New York. [1902.] 

Portraits. Plates. **T.46.72 

New York, City. Theatres. Century theatre. 

William Winter testimonial. The. Century Theatre, March four- 
teenth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. [Programme and tributes. 
New York.] 1016. Portrait. **T.52.i3 

New York, City. Theatres. Children's educational theatre. 

Herts, A. M. The Children's educational theatre. With an intro- 
duction by Charles W. Eliot. New York. 1911. Portrait. Plates. 

5598.186 
New York, City. Theatres. Colosseum. 

Description of the Colosseum, Broadway, 35th and 36th Streets, 
New York. The largest iron structure in the world. A history 
of the world renowned cycloramas, London of 1828, Paris by 
moonlight, and London of 1873, by night. [New York. 1874.] 
Plates. 6262.88; etc. 

New York, City. Theatres. Daly's theatre. 

D., E. A. Memories of Daly's theatres. With passing recollections 
of others including a record of plays and actors at the Fifth 
Avenue Theatre and Daly's Theatre. 1869-95. [New York.] 
1897. Illus. Portraits. **T.76.ig5 



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New York, City. Theatres. Daly's theatre company. 

Les 2, 3 et 4 septembre i886. La troupe americaine d'Augustin Daly 
du Daly's Theatre, New-York, donnera une serie de representa- 
tions au Theatre du vaudeville. [Programmes et resumes. Paris. 
Imprinierie nouvelle.] i886. 8 pp. **T.ii.8 

New York, City. Theatres^ Eden MusfiE. 

Catalogue. New York. [1884.] Diagrams. 6237.30; **T.94.20 

Monthly catalogue. June, 1887. [New York.] 1887. Plate. Plan. 
Diagrams. **T.94.2i 

New York, City. Theatres. Fifth Avenue theatre. 

D., E. A. Memories of Daly's theatres. With passing recollections 

of others, including a record of plays and actors at the Fifth 

Avenue Theatre and Daly's Theatre. 1869-95. [New York.] 

1897. Illus. Portraits. **T.76.i95 

New York, City. Theatres. Fourteenth Street theatre. 

Memoir, Marie Seebach. New York. [1870.] (4), 9, (3), 10-26 pp. 
Portrait. **T.94.25; etc. 

New York, City. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. 

Frohman, D. Memories of a manager. Reminiscences of the old 
Lyceum and of some players of the last quarter century. Garden 
City. 1911. Portraits. Plates. 6257.65; **T.57.44i 

New York, City. Theatres. Madison Square theatre. 

Elliot, W. G. Ventilation of the Madison Square theatre. New 
York. 1880. Illus. Plan. 8098.6 

New York, City. Theatres. New theatre. 1909-19 ii. 

The New Theatre, New York. [New York. 1909.] 16 pp. Illus. 

Portraits. 4395-198 

New York, City. Theatres. New theatre. 1909-1911. Works about. 

Howe, P. P. The Repertory theatre. A record & a criticism. New 

York. 191 1. 6252.87 

New York, City. Theatres. Niblo's Garden. 

Description of the picture, Belshazzar's feast, painted on near 2,000 
feet of canvas. Open at the diorama at Niblo's Garden, Broad- 
way. [New York.] Booth. [185-?] 16 pp. 80793.99 
English opera at Niblo's Garden. [Prospectus.] New York. 1854. 
(8) pp. 8059.56 
New York, City. Theatres. Park theatre. 

Play bills. Sept. i [i82i-]July 5, 1822. [New York. 1821, 22.] 

**T.io.70 

Opened Jan. 29, 1798, under the name of the "New Theatre." Feb. 27, 1822, 
the name changed to "Theatre." It was always known as the "Park Theatre," 
and was destroyed by fire Dec. 16, 1848. 

New York, City. Theatres. Raymond Hitchcock's 44TH Street theatre. 
Souvenir programme. Edward E. Rice's testimonial in celebration 
of his forty years in management, 1877-1917, tendered by members 
of his companies and other friends, Sunday, October 28, 1917. 
[New York. The Kane Press. 1917.] (18) pp. Portraits. Plates. 
Autograph facsimiles. **T.i2.i3 

Contains a biographical sketch of Mr. Rice, names of prominent artists and 
musicians who have been under engagement to him, and a list of his productions. 

New York, City. Theatres. Theatre du vieux colombier. 

A new French theatre in America. Theatre du vieux colombier, 
Paris — New York. 1917-1918. [New York. I9I7-] (18) pp. 
Seal. Autograph facsimile. **T.77.232 

A short account of the Paris theatre, with testimonials of its success, and a 
biographical sketch of Copeau, its founder. Contains also a prospectus of the 
1917-18 season at the New York theatre. 



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Nev/ York, City. Theatres. Theatre franqais. 

Season of 1868-69. Lessee and director J. Grau. New York. 1868. 
II pp. **T.97.204 

A prospectus of a season of French opera bouffe. 

New York, City. Theatres. Theatre of arts and letters. 

[Certificate of incorporation, by-laws, lists of officers and members.] 
New York. 1893. 54 PP- *4479.2oo 

New York, City. Theatres. Union Square theatre. 

Palmer, A. M. Catalogue of the library of the late Albert M. 
Palmer. Including Shakespeare and Shakespeariana, costumes, 
biographies, stage histories, rare dramatic magazines and tracts, 
old plays; works of the dramatists. History of the Union Square 
Theatre. To be sold at auction January 30th and 31st, 1906. By 
the Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. Part i. New York. 1906. 
Portraits. **T.65.3i 

New York, City. Theatres. Wallack's theatre. 

Wallack, J. J. Memories of fifty years. New-York. 1889. Por- 
traits. Plates. 4342.88; **T.57.io7; etc. 

New York Amusement Gazette. [Weekly.] Dramatic, musical, athletic, 
social, literary. Vol. 1-12; 13 (no. i, 33-39, 41-52); 14, 15, 16 (i, 
19-25); 17 (i-io); 18 (i). New York. 1885-91. 18 v. in 4. Por- 
traits. Plans. **T.23.i3 

New York Clipper. [Weekly.] The oldest American sporting and 
theatrical journal. Vol. 30 (no. 35) -31 (no. 36). November 18, 
1882 -November 24, 1883. New York. 1882,83. 2 v. Illus. Por- 
traits. *N.i409.6 

New York Clipper Annual for 1875-99, 1901. Containing theatrical, 
musical, and sporting chronologies, aquatic and athletic perform- 
ances, etc. New York. Frank Queen Publishing Co., Ltd. 1874- 
1901. 7 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. *8oo7.ii 

Previous to 1883 this was called the New York Clipper. 

New York Dramatic Mirror, The. [Weekly.] Vol. 62-. July, 1909, 
to date. New York. Illus. Portraits. **T.22.2 

Edited by Harrison Grey Fiske from 1879-1911. 

[Cuttings from the New York Dramatic Mirror describing the 
Edwin Forrest Home for retired actors, with accounts of some 
of its occupants. New York. 1899?] 10 pp. Illus. Portraits. 

*434o.i40 

[Cuttings from the Matinee girl column of the New York Dramatic 
Mirror, relating principally to the American stage. By Kate 
Masterson. Compiled by Allen A. Brown. Boston. 1906, 12.] 
2 V. Illus. Portrait. **T.i4.6 

[Cuttings from the Lusher column of the New York Dramatic Mirror, 
relating- principally to' the American stage. 1900-1909. Compiled 
by Allen A. Brown. Boston. 1909.] **T.i4.7 

New York Dramatic News. [Weekly.] Vol. 12, 13; 15 (no. 4-26); 16-21; 
22 (no. 2-26); 23; 24 (no. 1-24); 25, 26; 29 (no. i-ii, 13-22); 30 
(no. 6-17, 19-27, 29, 30); 33 (no. 2-4, 6-10, 12, 14-26); 34 (no. 1-4). 
Mar. 26, i88i-Dec. 26, 1891. New York, 1881-91. 18 v. in 10. 
Illus. Portraits. **T.2i.i 

Newberry Library, Chicago. 

Materials for the study of the English drama (excluding Shakespeare). 
A selected list of books in the Newberry Library. Chicago, 111. 
[1912.] vii, 89, (i) pp. *2i44.io7.i 



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Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Theatres. Theatre Royal. 

Theatrical Critique. [Nov. 7, Dec. 10, 1829. Newcastle. 1829.] 

**T.26.47 
Thougpits on the late disturbance at the Theatre-Royal, Newcastle. 
Newcastle. 1789. **T.76.i2i; etc. 

Newhall, Fales Henry. 

The theater; a discourse, March 15, 1863. Boston. Magee. 1863. 

27 PP- **T.76.i8o 

In opposition to the theatre. 

Newton, Henry Chance. 

Sixty years' stage service, being a record of the life of Charles 

Morton, "the Father of the Halls." Compiled by W. H. Morton 

and H. Chance Newton. London. Gale & Polden, Ltd. 1905. 

viii, 208 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.56.i63 

Newton, William Wilberforce. 

Christianity and popular amusements; or, the Church and the theatre. 

A paper read at the Church Congress of the Protestant Episcopal 

Church, New York, November i, 1877. Boston. Mudge. 1877. 

19 pp. **T.76.i8i 

Niboyet, Jean Alexandre Paulin. (Fortunio.) 

Les marionnettes parisiennes. Paris. Dentu. 1878. (3), 368 pp. 
A novel of theatrical life. **T.87.8<? 

Nichols, John. 

The progresses and public processions of Queen Elizabeth. Among 
which are interspersed other solemnities, public expenditures and 
remarkable events. Collected from original manuscripts, scarce 
pamphlets, &c., &c. Illustrated with historical notes. A new 
edition. London. Nichols. 1823. 3 v. Portraits. Plates. Fac- 
similes. **G.3752.3 
The progresses, processions, and magnificent festivities, of King 
James the First, his royal consort, family, and court, comprising 
forty masques and entertainments; ten civic pageants; numerous 
original letters. Illustrated with notes. London. Nichols. 1828. 
4 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Facsimile. *245i.3 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3752.4. 

Nichols, John, editor. 

Theatre, The, by Sir Richard Steele; [No. 1-28, January 2 -April 5, 

1720]; to which are added, the Anti-Theatre; The character of 

Sir John Edgar; Steele's case with the Lord Chamberlain, &c. 

London. 1791. Portrait. **T.26.23; etc. 

Nichols, Thomas L. 

A biography of the Brothers Davenport. With some account of the 

physical and psychical phenomena which have occurred in their 

presence, in America and Europe. London. Saunders, Otley & 

Co. 1864. viii, 360 pp. **T.57.5i 

Nicholson, Brinsley. 

Kemp and the play of Hamlet — Yorick and Tarlton — a short 
chapter in dramatic history. (In New Shakspere Society. [Publi- 
cations.] Series i. Transactions. No. 8. 1880-6. Part i, pp. 
57-66. London. 1881.) *6552,io.i88o-i886.i 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.ioo.i.i88o-:886. 

Nicholson, Lord Chief Baron. See Nicholson, Renton. 
Nicholson, Renton. 

The Lord Chief Baron Nicholson. An autobiography. London. 
Vickers. [i860.] (3), 380 pp. **T.s8.io8 

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Nicholson, Renton. (Continued.) 

Nicholson's Sketches of celebrated characters, and key to the Judge 
and Jury Society, Garrick's Head Hotel, Bow Street. [London. 
1844?] 14 pp. Plate. **T.55.i22 

A key to a picture by Archibald Henning. 

Nicholson, Watson. 

The struggle for a free stage in London. Boston. Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1906. xii, (i), 476 pp. 2552.33 

Bibliography, pp. 435-460. 
Nick, A. Friedrich. 

Die Hof- und Volks-Narren sanimt den narrischen Lustbarkeiten 
der verschiedenen Stande aller Volker und Zeiten. Aus Flogels 
Schriften und andern Quellen. Stuttgart. Scheible. 1861. 2 v. 

2280.20 
Nicolet, Jean Baptiste. 

Manne. a. E. D. de, and C. Menetrier. Galerie historique des 
comediens de la troupe de Nicolet. Notices sur certains acteurs 
et mimes qui se sont fait un nom dans les annales des scenes 
secondaires depuis 1760. Avec des portraits graves a I'eau-forte 
par Frederic Hillemacher. Lyon. 1869. **T.55.340 

Niemann, Georg Heinrich Leonhard. 

Das Theater in Ephesos. Bearbeitet von R. Heberdey, G. Niemann, 
W. Wilberg. [Wien. Holder. 1912.] (3), ii, 230 pp. lUus. 
Plates. Plans. Facsimiles. [Osterreichisches archaeologisches 
Institut, Vienna. Forschungen in Ephesos. Band 2.] 

The preface is written by Emil Reisch. *Cab.30.39.6.2 

Niggli, Arnold. 

Faustina Bordoni-Hasse. Eine Primadonna des achtzehnten Jahr- 

hunderts. (In Sammlung musikalischer Vortrage. Neue Reihe. 

Pp. 261-318. Leipzig. 1880.) **M.i05.3.2; *8o42.ioi.2 

Gertrud Elisabeth Mara: eine deutsche Kiinstlerin des 18. Jahr- 

hunderts. [Leipzig. 1881.] 163-208 pp. No. 8 in **M. 215.4 

Cut from Sammlung musikalischer Vortrage, Reihe 3 [*8o42.ioi.3 ; **M.io5. j.3] . 

Nights at the play. Cook, E. D. 2475.55; **T.47.50 

Nilsson, Christine. 

Charnace, G. de. Les etoiles du chant [Patti, Nilsson, Gabrielle 
Krauss]. Paris, i860. Portraits. **M.i96.i 

A star of song! The life of Christina Nilsson. New York. 

1870. Portrait. 4048.37; No. i in **M. 207.26 

Nimes, France. 

Pelet, a. Description de I'amphitheatre de Nimes. Nimes. 1853. 
Plates. Plans. 4094.102 

Nine years of an actor's life. Dyer, R. **T.57.222 

Nipclose, Sir Nicholas, Barqnet, pseud. See Garrick, David. 
Nirdlinger, Charles Frederic. 

Masques and mummers. Essays on the theatre of here and now. 
New York. De Witt. 1899. x, 370 pp. 4395-152; **T.47.38 

Nirdlinger, Charles Frederic, editor. 

Gallery of players. [Quarterly.] No. 1-9, 11. From The Illus- 
trated American. New York. 1894 [-97]. 10 parts in i v. Por- 
traits. **T.52.9 
Nisbet, Charles, editor. 

Bauer, C. Caroline Bauer and the Coburgs. Translated and edited 
from Nachgelassene Memoiren von Karoline Bauer. London. 
1885. Portraits. 2858.58 



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No actress. Besemeres, J. D. **T.88.20 

"No salary required." R., N. **T.86.8 
Nobles, Milton. 

Milton Nobles' "Shop talk." [Milwaukee. i88-?] 205 pp. Illus. 

Portrait. Plate. Autograph facsimile. **T.97.i3i 

Contents. - — The palmy day tragedian, six papers. — Vorick's skull. — Hard 
times. — Penalty Bloggs. — The Isaacs-Crummels' boom. — "George." — Stage 
aspiranrts. — A chat with the brakeman. — "Sary." — The mission of the 
theatre. — And the villain still pursued her. — Stage anecdotes. — Wrecked 
geniuses. — A running conversation. — , Flotsam and jetsam. 

Nobody, pseud. See Richmond, James Cook. 
Noel, fidouard. 

La Comedie-frangaise en 1877. Precedee d'une etude sur I'etat actuel 
du theatre en province par Edmond Got. Paris. Charpentier. 
1878. xxii, 72 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.76.82 

Noel, fidouard, editor. 

Annales, Les, du theatre et de la musique. Annee 1-37. 1875-1911. 
Paris. 1876-1912. 37 V. Portrait. **T.27.i 

Noel, Eugene. 

Moliere: son theatre et son menage. 3e edition. Ornee d'un portrait 
par A. Esnault. Paris. Becus. 1880. 252 pp. Portrait. 

**T.59.5 
'Noh' or accomplishment. Fenollosa, E. F., and E. L. Pound. 5028.43 
Nolan, Kate Ryan. See Ryan, Kate. 

Nolan's Theatrical Observer. [Daily.] Jan. 26, 1822 -Jan. 28, 1823. 
[Dublin. 1822, 23.] 8 v. in i. Portraits. **T.28.i7 

The set is very incomplete A list of the numbers included in it is prefixed to 
the volume. 
Nolle, Alfred Henry. 

The German drama on the St. Louis stage. A thesis. [Philadelphia.] 
University of Pennsylvania. 1917. 83 pp. Tables. [Americana 
Germanica. New series. No. 32.] 4393.228 

Norman, George James, compiler. 

Theatrical woodcuts collected by Geo. James Norman. N. p. [1855?] 
232 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.i3.2 

Relates principally to London. 

Norman, Sir Henry. 

An account of the Harvard Greek play. Boston. Osgood & Co. 
1882. 129 pp. Portraits. Plates. Music. 3006.8; **T.57.i25 

An account of the performance of the CEdipus Tyrannus of Sophocles A partial 
bibliography, pp. 127-129. Another copy is on shelf-number **K.2S4.u. 

Northall, William Knight. 

Before and behind the curtain, or, fifteen years' observations among 
the theatres of New York. New York. Burgess. 1851. 3-229 pp. 

**T.77-i30 
Northall, William Knight, editor. 

Life and recollections of Yankee Hill. With anecdotes and incidents 
of his travels. New-York. Burgess. 1850. 203 pp. Illus. 

**T.57.287 
Northbrooke, John. 

A treatise against dicing, dancing, plays, and interludes. With other 
idle pastimes. From the earliest edition, about A.D. 1577. With 
an introduction and notes. London. The Shakespeare Society. 
1843. XX, 188 pp. 4596.62; **T.96.i4 

Contains a reproduction of the title-page of the original edition. Other copies 
are on shelf-numbers No. i in *4sg6.6; **G.3927,s. 

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Norwich, England. Theatres. Theatre Royal. 

Bellamy, B. P. A letter to the dramatic censor of the Suffolk 
Chronicle. Ipswich. [1813.] **T.56.249 

Nos jolies actrices. See Reutlinger, . Le panorama. 

Nos mosurs. Giffard, P. L. **T.77.iii 

Nos theatres de 1800 a 1880. Leveaux, A. **T.77.i48 

Nossiter, Miss . 

Letter, A, to Miss Nossiter. Occasioned by her first appearance 

on the stage: in which is contained remarks upon her manner of 

playing the character of Juliet. With theatrical observations, 

London. 1753. **T.97.59; etc. 

Nosworthy, Louisa. 

The stage and Christianity reconciled. The simple story of the 

real troubles of an inquirer after truth. By a lady amateur actress 

of Manchester. Manchester. The Guardian steam-printing 

offices. 1866. 16 pp. **T.96.i07 

Nothing, Marcus, pseud. See Dreyfous, Maurice. 

Notice biographique sur Miss Adah Isaacs Menken, artiste americaine. 

Paris. Librairie dramatique. 1867. 14 PP- 2344.56 

Notice sur I'enterrement de M^e Raucourt, actrice du Theatre frangais, 

morte le 15 Janvier 1815. Paris. Rougeron. 1821. (3), iv pp. 

Plate. **T.54.24 

Notices of the acted drama in London [etc. Edinburgh. 1818]. 

No. 19 in **G.3822.3 
Nourrit, Adolphe. 

BouTET DE MoNVEL, £. Uu artistc d'autrefois. Adolphe Nourrit; 

sa vie et sa correspondance. Paris. 1903. Portraits. 40493.241 

Quicherat, L. M. Adolphe Nourrit: sa vie, son talent, son caractere, 

sa correspondance. Paris. 1867. 3 v. Portrait. **M.ii4.i 

Nourry, Guillaume Antoine. 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. La Comedie-frangaise et la Revolution. 
Paris. [190-?] 4676.128 

Noury, J. 

Mile de Champmesle, comedienne du roy. Rouen. Cagniard. 1892. 
179 pp. Autograph facsimile. **T.54.2i 

Bibliographie, pp. 162-167. 

Nouveau calendrier historique des theatres de I'Opeja et des Comedies 
frangoise et italienne et des foires. See Almanach des spectacles 
de Paris. 
Nouvelle galerie des artistes dramatiques vivants. Geoffroy, C. M. 

**T.53.9 
Nouvelle grande biographic dramatique. Claqueur patente, Un, pseud. 

**T.59.26 
Nouvelle lorgnette, La, de spectacles. Pillet, F., and others. 

**T.59.46 
Nouville, Adolphe. 

Creation d'un theatre d'essai. Memoire. [Paris.] Mascagna. [1848.] 
16 pp. No. 3 in **M. 122.38 

Novello, Clara Anastasia. See Gigliucci, Clara Anastasia, Contcssa. 
Novels. See Fiction. 
Noverre, Jean Georges. 

Lettres sur les arts imitateurs en general, et sur la danse en particu- 

lier. Paris. Collin. 1807. 2 v. Portrait. **T.97.53 

Lettres sur la danse, et sur les ballets. A Stutgard, et se vend a 

Lyon, chez Aime Delaroche. 1760. **T.98.7i 



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Noverre, Jean Georges. (Continued.) 

Observations sur la construction d'une nouvelle salle de I'opera. A 
Amsterdam. Chez Changuion, et se trouve a Paris, chez P. de 
Lormel. 1781. (i), 39 pp. . **T.77.48 

Relates to the Opera, Paris. 

Noverre, Jean Georges. Works about. 

Angiolini, G. Lettere a Monsieur Noverre sopra i balli pantomimi. 
[Milano. I773-] 4057.11 

Nuell, Eduard van der, and August von Siccard von Siccardsburg. 
Das Kaiserlich-konigliche Hof-Opernhaus in Wien. Wien. Leh- 
mann. 1885. (19) pp. 80 plates. [Wiener Monumental-Bauten. 
I.] *Cab.6o.5o.T 

Nuitter, Charles, pseud. See Truinet, Charles Louis fitienne. 
Nutt, Commodore. See Nutt, George Washington Morrison. 
Nutt, George Washington Morrison. 

History of Commodore Nutt, the smallest man in miniature in the 
knowrn world. Now exhibiting at Barnum's Museum. New York. 
1862. Portrait. **T.58.i4 

Sketch of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners of 
Charles S. Stratton, known as General Tom Thumb, and his wife, 
Lavinia Warren Stratton; also, of Commodore Nutt and Minnie 
Warren. New York. 1863. lUus. Portraits. Plates. **T.58.62; etc. 



O., P. d'. See Perrinet d'Orval, Jean Charles. 

O , Mrs. S . 

Law outlaw'd: or, a short reply to Mr. Law's long declamation 
against the stage. Written at the request of the orange-women, 

and for the publick good by the impartial pen of Mrs. S O . 

London, Printed for the benefit of the candle-snuffers. 1726. 15 
pp. No. 12 in **G.382i.ii 

Law's The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-entertainment fully demonstrated 
may be found on shelf-numbers **T.76.95 ; etc. 

O. p. Amateur, An, pseud. 

A plain statement of facts; containing the whole of the particulars 
relative to the existing differences between the present manage- 
ment of Covent Garden Theatre and Mr. James Brandon: with 
remarks on the impolicy of again risking another theatrical war, 
alias an O. P. row! London. Harris. 1823. 31 pp. **T.95,37 

O. P. (Old Prices) Riot, 1809. See London. Theatres. Covent Garden 

THEATRE. O. P. (Old Prices) Riot, 1809. 
Oberammergau Passion Play. 

Barnabee, H. C, compiler. [A collection of portraits, principally of 
Henry Clay Barnabee as an actor; views of Oberammergau and 
photographs of the actors in the Passion Play of 1900; two articles 
on the Passion Play cut from The Metropolitan Magazine for 
December, 1900. Boston. 191-?] Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.53.24 
Blondel, G. Le drame de la Passion a Oberammergau. fitude 
historique et critique, avec des renseignements pratiques. Paris. 
1900. Maps. Plan. 6868,5 

Bullock, C. Popular recreation. (A church congress paper.) The 
theatre as it is; and the Ober-Ammergau play. London. [1880.] 

**T.97.i6o 
Burton, L, Lady. The Passion-Play at Ober-Ammergau. London. 
1900. Portrait. **T.47.65 

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Oberammergau Passion Play. (Continued.) 

Butt, E. N. A flying visit to Ober-Ammergau with an account of 
the Passion Play. London. 1880. **T.47.72 

DuBBERS, W. . Das Oberammergauer Passionsspiel nach seiner 
geschichtlichen, kiinstlerischen, ethischen und culturhistorischen 
Bedeutung und unter Beriicksichtigung alterer und neuerer Kritik 
dargestellt. Frankfurt a/M. 1872. 2866.11 

Farrar, F. W. The Passion Play at Oberammergau, 1890. London. 
1890. 2865.17 

Jackson, J. P. The Ober-Ammergau Passion Play: (illustrated). 
Giving the origin of the play, and history of the village and 
people, a full description of the scenes and tableaux of the drama, 
and the songs of the chorus, in German and English. London. 
1880. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. **T.36.ioi; etc. 

LocHEMES, M. J. Recollections of Oberammergau. Dayton. [1892.] 
Illus. Portraits. 4879-77 

MacColl, M. The Ammergau Passion Play. With some intro- 
ductory remarks on the origin and development of miracle plays, 
and some practical hints for the use of intending visitors. Lon- 
don. 1870. **T.47.i02; etc. 

Martin, W. At the Ober-Ammergau Passion Play, with an intro- 
duction on the ancient mysteries. A lecture. Buenos Ayres. 
[1881?] 2866.13 

MoLLOY, G. The Passion Play at Ober-Ammergau in the summer of 
1871. Boston. 1872. Illus. 2866.7 

Oberammergau Passion Play. [A collection of photographs illus- 
trating the Passion Play. Munchen. 1910.] 35 photographs in 
portfolio. *Cab.34.35.2 

OxENHAM, H. N. Recollections of Ober-Ammergau in 1871. Lon- 
don. 1880. **T.48.4 

Richards, L. P. Oberammergau. Its Passion Play and players. A 
20th century pilgrimage to a modern Jerusalem and a new Geth- 
semane. Munich. 1910. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. 2866.16 

Sellar, A. C. The Passion-Play in the Highlands of Bavaria. Edin- 
burgh. 1871. **T.97.i99 

Short, J. H. Oberammergau. New York. [1910.] Portraits. 
Plates. 48793.102 

Stoddard, J. L. The Passion-Play of Ober-Ammergau. {In his Red- 
letter days abroad. Pp. 59-101. Boston. 1884. Illus. Por- 
traits.) 2273.50 

Thomas, G. C. The Passion Play of 1871. [Philadelphia. 1871.] 

2861.77 

TwEEDiE, E. B. The Oberammergau Passion Play, 1890. London. 
1890. Illus. Plates. . **T.47.74 

Wyl von Wymental, W. Der Christus-Mayr. Neue Studien aus 
Oberammergau. Berlin. 1890. **T.97.9o 

Oberlaender, Hans. 

Die geistige Entwicklung der deutschen Schauspielkunst im 18. Jahr- 
hundert. Hamburg. Voss. 1898. viii, (i), 216 pp. [Theater- 
geschichtliche Forschungen. 15.] 6872.57 

O'Bryan, Daniel. 

Authentic memoirs; or, the life and character of that most celebrated 
comedian, Robert Wilks. Added, an elegy on his death. London: 
Printed for S. Slow. 1732. 30, (2) pp. **T.S7.i92 

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Observateur, L', des spectacles, ou anecdotes theatrales. [Bimensuel.] 
Tome I, 2, 3 (no. 13). Ouvrage periodique par M. de Chevrier. 
A La Haye. Aux depens de I'auteur et se trouve chez les libraires 
nommes dans le prospectus. 1762. 2 v. Plates. **T.28.2i 

A continuation, having the title Suite de I'Observateur des spectacles, may be 
found on shelf-number **T.28.22. 

Observations on Mrs. Siddons, in the following? characters: Margaret 
of Anjou, Belvidera, Jane Shore, Lady Randolph, Isabella and 
Zara. By a lady. Dublin: Printed by P. Byrne. 1784. C8), 
47 PP- **T.57.i35 

A later edition entitled The beauties of Mrs. Siddons may be found on shelf- 
numbers ''T.se.iss; No. 110**0.3824.17. 
Observations on the effect of theatrical representations, with respect 
to religion and morals: occasioned by the preface to the third 
volume of the Works of Mrs. H. More. Bath. Hume. t8o.i. 
32 pp. No. t6 in **G.3824.i5 

In favor of the theatre. Another edition, without imprint, is on shelf number 
No. 15 in "'G. 3824. 15. 

Observations on the importance and use of theatres; their present 
regulation, and possible improvements. London: Printed for M. 
Cooper. 1759. 3-40 pp. **T.97,ii8 

Observer, An, pseud. 

The theatre, as it is: or, remarks upon a pamphlet, entitled "The 
Bath Theatre vindicated." London. Hamilton, Adams, & Co. 
1844. 20 pp. **T.76.98 

The Bath Theatre vindicated, by a resident, may be found on shelf-number 
**T.76.97- 
Occasional paper, The. [Anon.] See Willis, Richard, Bishop of Win- 
chester. 
O'Connor, John Bartholomew. 

Chapters in the history of actors and acting in ancient Greece, 
together with a Prosopographia histrionum Graecorum. A dis- 
sertation. Princeton University. Chicago. The University of 
Chicago Press. 1908. ix, 144 pp. 2965,105 

O'Connor, Thomas Power, prefacer. 

HiBBERT, H. G. Fifty years of a Londoner's life. London. 1916. 
Portraits. Plates. 4545-I5I 

O'Conor, Charles. 

Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Proceedings on 

a publication in the New York Times of March 26th, 1876, 

censuring the counsel for the plaintiff in the Forrest divorce case 

[Charles O'Conor]. New York. 1876. No. 2 in *7686.52 

Odell, George Clinton Densmore. 

'A midsummer night's dream' on the New York stage. (In Matthews, 
J. B., and A. H. Thorndike, editors. Shaksperian studies. Pp. 
1 17-162. New York. 1916.) 4596.159 

Oehmichen, Gustav. 

Das Biihnenwesen der Griechen und Romer. 3 Tafeln. {In Hand- 
buch der klassischen Altertums-Wissenschaft. Band 5, Abt. 3. 
Pp- 179-304. Miinchen. 1890.) 2973.50.5.Part 3 

tjber die Anfange der dramatischen Weltkampfe in Athen. (In 
Koeniglich-bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Munich. 
Philosophisch-philologische und historische Classe. Sitzungs- 
berichte. 1889, Band 2, pp. 103-167. Miinchen. 1889.) 

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CEuvre frangaise des trente ans de theatre. 

CEuvre frangaise et populaire des trente ans de theatre. 1903. Repre- 
sentations populaires et causeries. Paris. Nilsson. 1904. iii, 
(I) pp. **T.74.2i 

Contains 26 reprints of theatre programmes of performances ^ven by the society. 

(Euvre frangaise des trente ans de theatre. Works about. 

Bernheim, a. J. Trente ans de theatre. Paris. 1903, 04. 2 v. 

**T.77.iio; etc. 
Of plays and masquerades. [Anon.] See Willis, Richard, Bishop of 

Winchester. 
Ohne Schminke! Sittenfeld, C. **T.97.85 ; etc. 

Ohnet, Georges. 

The rival actresses. London. \^izetelly & Co. 1889. 331 pp. 

**T.87.78 
O'Keeffe, John. 

Personal reminiscences by O'Keeffe, Kelly and Taylor. Edited by 
Richard Henry Stoddard. New York. Scribner, Armstrong & 
Co. 1875. xxi, 341 pp. Portraits. 6549.129 

Recollections of the life of John O'Keeffe. London. Colburn. 1826. 
2 V. Portrait. 6545.55; **T.55.i29 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.4S.io. 
Old acquaintance, An, pseud. 

The life and mysterious transactions of Richard Morris, Esq. Better 
known by the name of Dick Spot, the conjuror. Particularly in 
Derbyshire and Shropshire. Written by an old acquaintance, 
who was a critical observer of all his actions, for near fifty years. 
London. Printed for Ann Lemoine. 1798. 47 pp. Plates. 

**T.98.i47 
Old actor. An. 

Memoirs of the life of Mr. Booth, containing a true statement of all 

the circumstances attending his engagements at the rival theatres, 

with a few remarks upon his conduct. London. Keys. [1817.] 

27 pp. No. 6 in **G.3824.i3 

Old actor, An. 

Secrets of the stage; or, playhouse mysteries unveiled. New York. 
Fox. [1881.] 69 pp. Portraits. Plates. **T.75.i9 

Old and new magic, The. Evans, H. R. 7605.77 

Old book collector's miscellany, The. 

Actors' remonstrance, The, or complaint: for the silencing of their 
profession, and banishment from their severall play-houses. Lon- 
don. 1643. [London. 1873.] No. 19 in *4555-52.3 
Stage-players complaint. The. In a pleasant dialogue. London. 
1641. [London. 1873.] No. 14 in *4555.52.3 
Taylor, J. The trve cavse of the watermen's suit concerning players, 
and the reasons that their playing on London side is their 
extreame hindrances. With a relation how farre that suit was 
proceeded in. and the occasion that it was not effected. [Lon- 
don. 1872.] **T.76.i45;etc. 
Old Boston Museum days. Ryan, K. 6257.50; **T.76.i94 
Old Croney, An, pseud. 

The life and adventures of John Edwin, comedian. Added, the 
whole collection of his songs, oddities, &c. London: Published 
by J. Aitkin. 1791. (3), 36, 9-80 pp. **T.58.89 

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Old hand, The, pseud. 

Of the Italian opera. By the old hand. [London. 1845.] 373-378 
pp. No. 23 in **G.3822.i 

Relates to the opera season of 1845 at His Majesty's Theatre, London. Cut 
from Frnser's Magazine, September, 1845 [Per. Koom •3187.1.32]. 

Old lawyer, An, pseud. 

Review of the Forrest divorce. Containing some remarkable dis- 
closures of the secret doings of the jury. Nev^r York. Stringer 
& Townsend. 1852. 31 pp. No. 4 in *7686.52 

Old man, An, of the town, p.^eud. 

Three original letters to a friend in the country, on the cause and 
manner of the late riot at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. 
London. 1763. **T,97.325; etc. 

Old naval officer. An, pseud. 

A peep at the theatres! and bird's-eye views of men in the jubilee 
year! A novel, satirical, critical, and moral. London. Chappie. 
t8i2. 3 V. in I. **T.87.7o 

Old playgoer. An, pseud. 

Desultory thoughts on the national drama, past and present. Lon- 
don. Onwhyn. 1850. (5), 62 pp. **T.96.204 
Another copy is on shelf-number •*T.46.s6. 
Same. 2d edition. (5), 70 pp. **T.96.i9i 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.76.36. 

Old play-goer, The. Robson, W. 4575.18; **T.76.i43 

Old Prices Riot. See London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. O. 

P. (Old Prices) Riot, 1809. 
Old showmen. The, and the old London fairs. Frost, T. 

2469.15; **T.97.326; etc. 
Old stager, An, pseud. 

See also Hodson, James Shirley. 

Stage reminiscences. Recollections, chiefly personal, of performers 
during the last forty vears. Glasgow. Hedderwick. 1866. (4), 
236 pp. **T.58.5 

Contents. — An escapade with Edmund Kean. — Braham in America. — Gustavus 
V. Biooke. — The manager's duel. — An episode in the early life of Miss Aitkin. 
— Madame Vestris. — Two theatres under one roof. — The rival managers. — 
Harry Johnstone. — Charles Mathews' debut. — Andrew Ducrow. — A fete at 
Hamilton Palace. — The Glasgow "Thespian Club." — Destruction of the 
Theatre-Royal, Queen-Street. — The late Tames Aitken. — Glasgow Fair in 
the olden time. — Sire and son. — John Henry Alexander. 
These articles originally appeared in The Glasgow Weekly Citizen. 
Same. 2d edition. 1870. **T.58.6 

Old timer. An, pseud. See Eaton, William O. 

Old Westminster, An, pseud. 

The Westminster play, its actors and its visitors. [London.] Ginger. 
1855- 35 pp. . . **T.97.265 

An account of the performance of Terence's Phormio at the Westminster School. 

Old woman's gossip. Kemble, F. A. **T.i5.ii 

Oldfield, Anne. 

AuTHENTicK memoirs of the life of .that celebrated actress Mrs. 
Ann Oldfield. Containing a genuine account of her transactions 
from her infancy to the time of her decease. London. 1730. 

No. II in **G.3930.i3.2 
Egerton, W. Faithful memoirs of the life, amours and perform- 
ances, of Mrs Anne Oldfield. With several other dramatical 
memoirs. London. 1731. Portrait. **T.57,22i 

Oldys, W. Memoirs of Miss Anne Oldfield. London. 1741. Por- 
trait. **T.56.3i5;etc. 
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Oldfield, Anne. (Continued.) 

Robins, E. The palmy days of Nance Oldfield. London. 1898. 
Portraits. 4545-i66; **T.55.93 

Theatrical correspondence in death. An epistle from Mrs. Oldtiold, 

in the shades, to Mrs. Br. .ceg. . .rdle, upon earth: containing a 

dialogue between the most eminent players in the shades, upon 

the late stage desertion. London. 1743. **T.57.346; etc. 

Oldmixon, John. 

Reflections on the stage, and Mr. Collyer's Defence of the Short 
view. In four dialogues. [Anon.] London. Printed for R. 
Parker. 1699. (14), 194 pp. **G.382i.7 

In favor of the theatre. Collier's Defence of the Short view of the profaneness 
and immorality of the English stage, etc., may be found on shelf-numbers 
**T.77.4i ; etc. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **G.382i.8. 

Oldys, William. 

The history of the English stage, from the Restauration to the 
present time. Including the lives, characters and amours, of the 
most eminent actors. With instructions for public speaking. By 
Mr. Thomas Betterton. London: Printed for E. Curll. 1741. 
(6), 167 pp. Portraits. **T.56.3i4 

Wrongly attributed to Thomas Betterton on the title-page. Another copy is 
on shelf-number No. 5 in **G. 3823. 11. 

Same. The history of the English stage. Including the lives, 
characters and amours of the most eminent actors and actresses. 
Revised, with additional notes, by Charles L. Coles. Boston. 
Spear. 1814. 148 pp. _ No. i in 2553.21; **T.55.iii 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. i in**K.45.i9. 
Memoirs of Miss Anne Oldfield. [Anon.] London: Printed in the 

year 1741. (i), 86 pp. Portrait. **T.56.3i5 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 6 in **G.3823.ii. 
Same. [With notes by Charles L. Coles. Boston. Spear. 1814.] 

60 pp. No. 2in2553.2i;**T.55.ii2 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **K.4S.I9. 

Oliphant, Margaret Oliphant Wilson. 
, Sheridan. London. Macmillan & Co. 1883. vi, (i), 210 pp. [Eng- 
lish men of letters.] 24493.69; **T.57.i65 
Same. New York. Harper, vi, (i), 199 pp. 24493.76; **T.57.i66 
Oliver, D. E. 

The English stage. Its origins and modern developments. A critical 
and historical study. [2d edition.] London. John Ouseley, Ltd. 
[1912.] xiv, (i), 152 pp. 4579.241 

Bibliography, pp. 149-152. 

Olivier, Jean Jacques. 

Les comediens frangais dans les cours d'Allemagne au xviiie siecle. 
Serie 1-4. Preface de Emile Faguet. Paris. Societe frangaise 
d'imprimerie et de librairie. 1901-05. 4 v. Portraits. Plates, 
some colored. ' **T.74.io 

Contents. — r. La cour electorale palatine, 16 — ?-i778. — Le retour de Lindor 
ou le nouvel heureusement. Comedie. 2. La cour royale de Prusse, 16 — ?-i786. 
— Prologue en I'honneur du mariage de Joseph, roi des Remains .-xvec 
Wilhelmine Amelie de Brannschweig-Liineburg. — Le triomphe des amours & 
des plaisirs. Ballet royal . . . sur le mariage du roy . . . par le Sr. Sevigny. ^- 
L'impromptu des bergers de Potsdam. — Prologue heroique par le Sr. Sevigny. 
3. Les cours du Prince Henry de Prusse, du Margrave Frederic de Bayreuth 
et du Margrave Charles-Alexandre d' Ansbach. — Le bouquet. Petit opera 
comique. 4. La cour du Landgrave Frederic II de Hesse-Cassel. — Fragments 
de la partition de Constance ou I'heureuse temerite. Comedie melee d'ariettes 
. . . de M. le Chevalier de Nerciat. 
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Olivier, Jean Jacques. (Continued.) 

Voltaire et les comediens interpretes de son theatre, fitude sur I'art 
thcatral et les comediens au xviiie siecle. Paris. Societe frangaisc 
d'imprimerie et de librairie. 1900. xxxv, 439, (i) pp. Plate. 

Bibliographie, pp. 365-.37I- 4676.23 

Olivier, Leon, translator. 

Jeux olympiques, Les, 776 av. J.-C. - 1896. Athenes. 1896. 2 parts 

in I V. Illus. Plates. *4000.io4 

Olympia, oder Darstellung der grossen olympischen Spiele. Krause, 

J- H. 2965.35 

Olympic games. 

CoRNFORD, F. M. The origin of the Olympic games. (In Harrison, 

J. E. Themis. Pp. 212-259. Cambridge. 1912.) 3486.130 

EsTREES, M. d'. a travers I'figypte et la Grece. Les jeux olympiques 

anciens et modernes. Paris. [1897.] 3058.172 

Jeux olympiques, Les, 776 av. J.-C.-1896. Trad, frangaise par Li'ou 

Olivier. Atheues. 1896. 2 parts in r v. Illus. Plates. *4ooo,i04 

Krause, J. H. Olympia, oder Darstellung der grossen olympischen 

Spiele und der damit verbundenen Festlichkeiten, sowie sammt- 

licher kleineren Olympien in verschiedenen Staaten. Wien. 1838. 

2965.35 

Patterson, J. Pulvis Olympicus. [Paisley. 1896.] 4004.124 

West, G. A dissertation on the Olympick games. (In Pindar. 

Odes. Vol. 2, pp. 1-275. London. 1753.) 2999.21.2; etc. 

O'Monroy, Richard, pseud. See Saint-Genies, Richard, Ficomte de. 

On the art of the theatre. Craig, E. G. 80693.162 

On the stage. Cook, E. D. 2476.67; **T.77.84 

On the stage — and off. Jerome, J. K. **T.58.42; etc. 

On theatrical emancipation. Thackeray, T. J. **T.76.i84 

One of the public, pseud. 

Major and minor theatres. A concise view of the question, as 
regards the public, the patentees, and the profession, with re- 
marks on the decline of the drama, and the means of its restora- 
tion. Added, the petition now lying for signature. By one of 
the public. London. 1832. **T.76.72; etc. 

One who dares to think for himself, pseud. 

Reason versus passion; or, an impartial review of the dispute 
between the public and the proprietors of Covent Garden Theatre. 
London. [1809.] **T.76.i70 

O'Neill, Eliza. See Becher, Eliza, Lady. 
O'Neill, Francis. 

Irish minstrels and musicians. Chicago. The Regan Printing House. 
1913. 3-497 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Autograph facsimiles. 

4045.208 
Open-air theatres. 

Waugh, F. a. Outdoor theatres. The design, construction and 
use of open-air auditoriums. Boston. [1917.] Illus. Plates. 
Plans. 4098.86 

Opera. 

See also Actors; Singers. 

Almanacco de' reali teatri S. Carlo e Fondo, del annata teatrale 
1834. Napoli. 1835. Portraits. **M.io9b.45 

Baker, H. B. The Italian opera in England. [London. 1877.] 

No. 9 in **M.i25.8 

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Opera. (Continued.) 

Bertrand, J. £. G. fitudes d'economie theatrale. Les theatres 
lyriques de Paris. [Paris. 1866.] No. 2, 3 in **M.372.20 

BiE, O. Das Theater. Biihnenbilder und Kostiime von Karl Walser. 
Mit Text von Oskar Bie. Berlin. [1912.] Colored illus. 34 
colored plates. **T.72.i 

Blaze, F. H. J. De I'opera en France. Paris. 1820. 2 v. Table. 
Music. 8045.15; etc. 

BoiGNE, C. DE. Petits memoires de I'Opera. Paris. 1857. **M.i39.i 

Bosch, M. G. Historia de la opera en Buenos Aires. Origen del 
canto i la musica. Las primeras companias i los primeros 
cantantes. Buenos Aires. 1905. 40493.121 

Cambiasi, p. Rappresentazioni date nei reali teatri di Milano 1778- 
1872. Opere in musica, nome dei maestri, poeti ed esecutori 
principal!, balli dati nel R. Teatro alia Scala, nome dei coreografi, 
maestri, ballerini, elenco dei professori component! Torchestra, 
elenco degli impresarj. Milano. 1872. No. i in **M. 123.4 

Cornet, J. C. Die Oper in Deutschland und das Theater der Neu- 
zeit. Aus dem Standpuncte practischer Erfahrung. Hamburg. 
1849. **M.i48.i7 

Democritus, Joseph, pseud., and William Diogenes, pseud. The re- 
markable trial of the queen of quavers, [Polly Farmer, pseud.] 
and her associates, for sorcery, witchcraft, and enchantment, at 
the assizes held in the moon. [London 1777.] **M.ii7.9; etc. 

Desarbres, N. Deux siecles a I'Opera (166.8-1868). Paris. 1R68. 

8049.25; **M.ii8.i 

Sept ans a I'Opera. Souvenirs anecdotiques d'un secretaire 

particulier. Paris. 1864. Illus. **M.ii8.2 

Ebers, J. Seven years of the King's Theatre. London. 1828. Por- 
traits. **M.ii3.i3; etc. 

Edgcumbe, R., 2d Earl of Mount Edgcumbe. Musical reminiscences of 
an old amateur, chiefly respecting the Italian opera in England 
for fifty years, from 1773 to 1823. London. 1827. **M.iogb.28; etc. 

Edwards, H. S. Famous first representations. London. 1886. 

**T.47.33 

History of the opera, from its origin in Italy to the present 

time. With anecdotes of the most celebrated composers and 
vocalists of Europe. London. 1862. 2 v. 8049.19; etc. 

The lyrical drama. Essays on subjects, composers & executants 

of modern opera. London. 1881. 2 v. 4046.59; **M. 126.22 

Fair enquiry. A, into the state of operas in England. London. 

[17—?] **T.96.i77 

Fischer, G. Opern und Concerte im Hoftheater zu Hannover bis 

1866. Hannover. 1899. Plate. 4045.153 

Fonseca Benevides, F. da. O real theatro de S. Carlos de Lisboa. 

Desde a sua fundagao em 1793 ate a actualidade. Estudio his- 

torico. [Lisboa. 1883.] Portraits. Plate. Plan. Tables. 

3090.125 
Gaudefroy, a. Les premieres au theatre de Lille. 1895-96 — 1896-97. 

Lille. 1897. **T.97.ii5 

Geoffroy, J. L. Cours de litterature dramatique, ou recueil par 

ordre de matieres des feuilletons de Geoffroy, precede d'une notice 

historique sur sa vie. Paris. 1819, 20. 5 v. **T.46.46 

Grau, R. Forty years observation of music and the drama. New 

York. 1909. Portraits. 4045.172 



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Opera. (Continued.) 

Gregotr, fi. G. J. Dcs gloires de I'Opera et la musique a Paris. 

Documents recueillis sur I'Opera et autres theatres a Paris, et 

sur tout ce qui a rapport a I'art musical en cette ville jusqu'a 

I'annee 1880. Bruxelles. 1878, 81. 3 v. Portraits. **M,i34.5 

Gruneisen, C. L. The opera and the press. London. i86q. 

No. 3 in **M.i25.8 
GuRA, E. Erinnerungen aus meinem Leben. Leipzig. 1005. Por- 
trait. Plates. **M.i27,5i 
HouLTON, R. A review of the musical drama of the Theatre Royal, 
Drury Lane, for the years 1797-98-99 & 1800. Addressed to the 
proprietors of the theatre. London. 1801. 

No. 4 in **M. 134.10; etc. 
Italian opera. The. in London. The Queen's Theatre. [London. 
1851.] No. 24 in **G.3822.i 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. La cour et I'opera sous Louis xvi. Marie Antoi- 
nette et Sacchini, Salieri, Favart et Gluck. Paris. 1878. 

4676.52 ;**M.i27.39 

L'opera secret au xviiie siecle. 1770-1790. Aventures et in- 
trigues secretes racontees d'apres les papiers inedits conserves 
aux archives de I'fitat et de I'Opera. Paris. 1880. 

4674.60; **M.i45.29 

Kelly, M. Reminiscences of Michael Kelly, of the King's Theatre, 

and Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, including a period of nearly 

half a century; with original anecdotes of many distinguished 

persons, political, literary, and musical. London. 1826. 2 v. 

**T.57.45i;etc. 
Lajarte, T. E. du F. de. Curiosites de I'Opera. Paris. 1883. Fac- 
similes. **M. 138.10 
Lasalle, a. de. Memorial du Theatre-lyrique. Catalogue raisonne 
des cent quatrevingt deux operas qui y ont ete representes depuis 
sa fondation jusqu'a I'incendie de la salle de la Place du Chatelet, 
avec des notes biographiques et bibliographiques. Paris. 1877. 

No. 2 in **M.i45.i8 

Les treize salles de I'Opera. Paris. 1875. 6664.51; **M.i39.i2 

Lehmann, L. Mein Weg. Leipzig. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 4043.125 

Same. My path through life. Translated by Alice Benedict 

Seligman. New York. 1914. Portraits. Plates. 4043.127 

Lyden, £. F. M. DE. Le theatre d'autrefois et d'aujourd'hui. Can- 
tatrices et comediens. 1532-1882. Paris. 1882. **M.i27.29 

Malliot, a. L. La musique au theatre. Paris. 1863. Tables. 

**M.I29.20 

Marcello, B. Le theatre a la mode au xviiie siecle. (II teatro alia 
moda.) Paris. 1890. No. 5 in **M.i39.22 

Old hand. The, pseud. Of the Italian opera. By the old hand. 
[London. 1845.] No. 23 in **G.3822.i 

Opera Box, The. [Programmes, plots and criticisms of operas pro- 
duced at Her Majesty's theatre. London.] 1849-51. 218 nos. in 
3 V. **M.4i9.28 

Ortigue, J. L. d'. Du Theatre italien et de son influence sur le gout 
musical frangois. Paris. 1840. **M.433.i7 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Un directeur d'opera au dix-huitieme 
siecle [Jacques Devismes]. L'Opera sous I'ancien regime: I'Opera 
sous la Revolution. Paris. 1914. 4048.264 



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Opera. (Continued.) 

Philofiddle, pseud. A letter from Philofiddle [pseud.] to the public, 

on the management of the Opera. London. 1805. **T.96.36i 

PoNTECOULANT, L. A. Le D., Comfe de, and fi. Fournier. La musique 

chez le peuple, ou I'Opera-national, son passe et son avenir sur 

le Boulevard du Temple. Paris. 1847. No. 4 in **M.i47.3.i 

PossART, E., Rittcr von. Die Separat-Vorstellungen vor Konig Ludwig 

II. Erinnerungen. Miinchen. 1901. **T.77.22i 

Rattler, Morgan, pseud. The German opera. [London. 1842.] 

No. 21 in **G.3822.i 
Schneider, L. Geschichte der Oper und des Koniglichen Opern- 

hauses in Berlin. Berlin. 1852. Illus. **M.2i5.i9; etc. 

Seven years of the King's Theatre. By John Ebers. [A review. 

Edinburgh.] 1829. No. 2 in **G.3824.io 

Shea, G. E. Acting in opera: its A-B-C. With descriptive examples, 

practical hints, and numerous illustrations. Ncmt York. [igiS-] 

Plates. 4049a.286 

SouBiES, t. J. A. Histoire du Theatre-lyrique. 1851-70. Paris. 1899. 

Table. 4041-36 

Soixante-sept ans a I'Opera en une page. Du "Siege de Connthe" 

a "La Walkyrie." (1826-1893.) Paris. 1893. Table. **M.2i4.i7 

SouBiES, £. J. A., and C. T. Malherbe. Histoire de I'Opera-comique. 
La seconde Salle Favart. 1840-1887. Paris. 1892, 93. 2 v. Plate. 

**M.i39a.ii 

Precis de I'histoire de I'Opera-comique. Paris. 1887. 

26393.67; **M. 1293.35; etc. 
Thurner, a. Les transformations de I'Opera-comique. Paris. 1865. 

**M.i29.i8 

Touchard-Lafosse, G. Chroniques secretes et galantes de I'Opera. 

1667-1844. Paris. 1846. 4 V. in 2. **M.i43.i9 

Truinet, C. L. t,., and A. E. de Roquet. Les origines de I'opera 

frangais. Paris. 1886. Map. Plans. 4043.62; **M.ii4.4 

Walter, F. Geschichte des Theaters und der Musik am Kurpfiilzi- 

schen Hofe. Leipzig. 1898. Plate. Plan. 6871.40 

Wegelin, O. Micah Hawkins and The saw-mill. A sketch of the 

first successful American opera and its author. New York. 1917. 

Portrait. *4047-349 

Wolzogen, C. a. a., Freiherr von. Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient. 

Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des musikalischen Dramas. Leipzig. 

1863. 8048.25; **M.i29.27; etc. 

Opera, The, and the press. Gruneisen, C. L. No. 3 in **M. 125.8 

Opera bouffe. 

CoNTANT d'Orville, A. G. Histoirc de I'opera bouffon contenant les 
jugemens de toutes les pieces qui ont paru depuis sa naissance 
jusqu'a ce jour. Pour servir a I'histoire des theatres de Paris. 
A Amsterdam. 1768. **M.i29a.i4 

Opera, L': eaux- fortes et quatrains. Par un abonne. Paris. Librairie 
des bibliophiles. 1876. (7) pp. Plate. 51 portraits, each pre- 
ceded by an unnumbered page of text. **M.ii9.ii 
Opera et Comedie-frangaise. Garnet des abonnes. Paris. La Fare. 
[1894?] 231, (8) pp. **T.79.26 
Opera glass, The. Waters, E. **M.376.6i ; etc. 
Opera Glass, The. A musical and dramatic magazine. [Monthly.] Vol. 
1-5. 1894-98. Boston. Opera Glass Publishing Co. 1894-98. 
5 V. in 3. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Autograph facsimiles. **T.25.9 

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Opera Glass, The; a series of criticisms on the performances of the 
Glasgow stage; and a record of those occurrences of interest, 
which have taken place on the London and provincial boards. 
[Weekly.] No. 1-27 and Appendix. Dec. 19, 1829 -June 5, 1830. 
Glasgow. Mitchell. 1830. iv, iii-vi, 208, 16 pp. **T.28.9 

Opera-Glass, The: a weekly musical and theatrical miscellany. Vol. i 
(no. 1-26, 28, 29); 2 (no. 1-25). Apr. 10, 1840 -Apr. 16, 1841. 
Edinburgh. Robinson. 1840, 41. 2 v. in i. **T.25.29 

Opera Glass, The, for peeping into the microcosm of the fine arts, and 
more especially of the drama. [Weekly.] No. 1-26. Oct. 2, 1826- 
Mar. 24, 1827. [London.] 1826, 27. 96 pp. **T.24.4 

Opera houses. 

See also Theatre. Construction. 

FoNSECA Benevides, F. da. O real theatro de S. Carlos de Lisboa. 
Desde a sua fundagao em 1793 ate a actualidade. Estudio his- 
torico. [Lisboa. 1883.] Portraits. Plate. Plan. Tables. 3090.125 

Opera, L', romanesque. Gheusi, P. B. 6699.265 

Opera singers. Kobbe, G. 40403.118; etc. 

Opera ticket, The; a dialogue. London. Nisbet & Co. 1843. 52 pp. 

In opposition to the theatre. **T.96.I22 

Operatic & dramatic album, The. [London. 1877?] (53) portraits. 
Autograph facsimiles. **T.5i.io 

Each portrait is accompanied by a page of text. 

Opinion de la presse frangaise sur Madame Ristori dans Beatrix, drame 

par E. Legouve. Paris. Morris & cie. 1867. 21 pp. **T.55.2o 

Opinion, L', du parterre, ou revue de tons les theatres de Paris. Annee 

2, 4, 10. An XIII [1805], 1807, 1813. Paris. Martinet. [i8o5-]i3. 

3 V. **M.io9b.6 

Opitz, Richard. 

Schauspiel und Theaterwesen der Griechen und Romer. Leipzig. 

Seemann. 1889. viii, 328 pp. Illus. Plates. [Kulturbilder aus 

dem klassischen Altertume. 5.] 29693.76 

O-Poeiad, The. Mad Bull, A, pseud. No. 3 in **G.3824.5 

Orange, France. Theatres. 

Caristie, a. N. Monuments antiques a Orange; arc de triomphe 
et theatre. Paris. 1856. Illus. 54 plates. **Cab.26.i6.4 

Notice sur I'etat actuel de Tare d'Orange et des theatres 

antiques d'Orange et d'Arles. Paris. 1839. Plates. Plans. 

2632.76 
Fernand-Michel, . Le Theatre antique d'Orange & ses repre- 
sentations modernes. Paris. 1894. Portraits. Plates. **T.97.27i 
Janvier, T. A. The Comedie frangaise at Orange. (In his The 
Christmas kalends of Provence and some other Provence festi- 
vals. Pp. 207-262. New York. 1902. Plates.) 4668.32 
Revoil, H. a. Conference sur le Theatre antique d'Orange faite 
devant le Congres de la Societe frangaise d'archeologie. Tours. 
[1883.] 2636.71 
Orange-girl, The, at Foote's to Sally Harris: or, the town to the country 
Pomona. An heroic epistle. A new edition. London: Printed 
for S. Bladon. 1773. (3), 11 pp. No. 14 in **G.382o.ii 
Oratory. 

Frobisher, J. E. Acting and oratory. New York. 1879. 3597-76 

Garcia, G. The actors' art: a practical treatise on stage declamation, 

public speaking and deportment, for the use of artists, students 

and amateurs. London. 1882. Illus. Plates. 3591-54; etc. 

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Oratory School, Edgbaston, England. 

Bellasis, E. The money jar of Plautus at the Oratory School: an 
account of the recent representation. London. 1885. Illus. Plate. 

**T.56.i35 
The new Terence at Edgbaston: being notices of the perform- 
ances in 1880 and 1881. London. 1885. **T.56.i67 
Orcel, Henri Francois Elisabeth Etienne. See Dumolard, Henri Francois 

filisabeth fitienne Orcel. 
Ordish, Thomas Fairman. 

Early London theatres. (In the Fields.) London. Stock. 1894. 
xvi, 298 pp. Illus. Plate. Maps. Plans. Facsimiles. [The 
Camden library.] 2467.138; **T.76.ii3 

O'Reilly, Robert Bray. 

An authentic narrative of the principal circumstances relating to the 
opera-house in the Hay-Market; from its origin to the present 
period; but more particularly including the transactions from the 
year 1778. With an appendix. London: Printed by J. Desmond. 
1791. (3), 71 PP- No. 4 in **G.3823.io 

Original Theatrical Observer, The. [Daily.] Apr. 18 -Aug. 13, 1822. 
[Dublin. 1822.] 3 V. in i. **T.28.i6 

The file is very incomplete. A list of the numbers included in it is prefixed 
to the volume. 

Orleans, Louis Philippe, Due d'. See Lo'-''s Philippe, of France. 

O'Rorke, J. 

Annals of the Theatre Royal, Dublin, from its opening in 1821 to 

its destruction by fire, February, 1880; vv^ith occasional notes and 

observations. By R. M. Levey and J. O'Rorke. Dublin. DoUard. 

1880. (i), 271 pp. **T.77.2i3 

Orta ojnu. 

Das tiirkische Volksschauspiel Orta ojnu. Gesammelt, mit Ein- 
leitung versehen, ins Deutsche iibertragen und mit Illustrationen 
herausgegeben von Ignaz Kiinos. Leipzig. Haupt. 1908. 142 
pp. Illus. Plates. Plan. Diagram. 6252.112 

The introduction contains an account of the Turkish theatre. 

Ortigue, Joseph Louis d'. 

Du Theatre italien et de son influence sur le goiit musical frangois. 
Paris. Depot central des meilleures productions de la presse. 1840. 
(4), xxviii, 347 PP- **M.433.i7 

Ortmann, Reinhold, editor. 

PuESTERiCH, H. Meine Biihnen-Erlebnisse. Wahrheitsgetreue 
Memoiren. Berlin. 1886. **T.57.274 

Orton, Job. 

A serious dissuasive from frequenting the play-house. Shrewsbury: 
Printed by J. Eddowes and sold by J. Buckland, and T. Longman. 
London. 1776. 22 pp. **T.96.ii8 

Osgood, Whitman. 

Life, history and handcuff secrets of Houdini. [New York? 190-?] 
63, (i) pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.56.ii4 

Osmun, Thomas Embley. (Alfred Ayres.) 

Acting and actors, elocution and elocutionists. A book about 
theater folk and theater art. With preface by Harrison Grey 
Fiske, introduction by Edgar S. Werner, prologue by James A. 
Waldron. New York. Appleton & Co. 1894. 287 pp. Portraits. 

35993.101 ; **T.78.6i 
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Otis, James, pseud. See Kaler, James Otis. 
Ottley, Henry. 

Fechter's version of Othello critically analyzed; prefatory observa- 
tions on the stage, the audience, and the critics. London. Lacy. 
1861. 32 pp. No. 4 in **G.3940,i3 

Otway, . 

An attempt to deduce from facts, the causes of the present disgraceful 
state of the national theatres. London. Harris. 1835. 15 pp. 

**T.76.i39 
Oulton, Walley Chamberlain. 

Barker's Complete list of plays, exhibiting at one view^ the title, size, 
date, and author, from the commencement of theatrical perform- 
ances, to 1803. Added, a continuation to The 'theatrical remem- 
brancer. London. Barker. [1804.] (4), 350 pp. **T.67.6 

Consists of corrections to Egerton's Theatrical remembrancer. Another copy 
is on shelf-number *2i75.i2. 

The history of the theatres of London: containing an annual register 
of all the nevvr and revived tragedies, comedies, operas, farces, 
pantomimes, &c., performed at the Theatres-Royal in London, 
from 1771 to 1795- London: Printed for and sold by Martin and 
Bain. 1796. 2 v. in i. **T.77.32 

A continuation of Victor's History of the theatres of London and Dublin 
[1730-1771] on shelf-number **T.77.3i. 

Same. Being a continuation of Victor's & Oulton's Histories, from 
1795 to 1817. London. Chappie. 1817, 18. 3 v. **T,77.33 

Contents. — 1. Drury-Lanc. 2. Covent Garden. 3. Haymarket. — English Opera. 

Our actors and actresses. Pascoe, C. E. **T.57.3o8 

Our actresses. Wilson, M. B. **T.56.254 

Our magic. Maskelyne, J. N. 4006.217 

Our Players' Gallery. See Theatre, The. [Monthly.] 
Our recent actors. Marston, J. W. 4547,119; **T.57,292 

Our theatres to-day and yesterday. Dimmick, R. C. 4395.206 

Ourry, E. T. Maurice, editor. 

Cahaisse, H. a. Memoires de Preville, et de Dazincourt [Anon.], 

revus, corriges, et augmentes d'une notice sur ces deux comediens, 

par M. Ourry. Paris. 1823. **T.56.6; etc. 

Ours et fours. Bergerat, A. fi. **T.36.9i 

Out-Door Players, The, Peterborough, N. H. 

The story of the Out-Door Players (a summer school-camp) in 
pictures. [Peterborough, N. H. 1917.] Hlus. Portraits. 

A school of dramatic training. 5599.192 

Out-door theatres. See Open-air theatres. 

Oven, A. H. E. von. 

Das erste stadtische Theater zu Frankfurt a. M. Ein Beitrag zur 
ausseren Geschichte des Frankfurter Theaters. 1751-1872. Nach den 
Acten bearbeitet. Frankfurt am Main. Selbstverlag des Vereins. 
1872. vi, (2), 120, (r) pp. Plates. [Verein fiir Geschichte und 
Alterthumskunde, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Neujahrs- 
Blatt. 1872.] **T.93.i3 

Overthrow, The, of stage-players. Rainolds, J. **T.77.i39; etc. 

Owen, Charles, alleged author. 

The conduct of the stage consider'd. See Conduct, The, of the 
stage consider'd. 

Owens, John Edmond. 

Owens. M. C. Memories of the professional and social life of John 
E.Owens. Baltimore. 1892. Portraits. Plates. 4344.148; **T.56.25 

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Owens, Mary C. 

Memoiies of the professional and social life of John E. Owens, by 

his wife. Baltimore. Murphy & Co. 1892. vii, 292 pp. Portraits. 

Plates. Autograph facsimiles. 4344.148; **T.56.25 

Owl, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-24. Apr. 9 -Oct. 29, 1831. [London. 

Morton.] 1831. i v. Portraits, mostly colored. **T.26.63 

Relates largely to the London theatres. 

Oxberry, William. 

Memoirs of celebrated performers. New York. Turner. [1827.] 
71 pp. 6549.38 

Contents. — Madame Freron. — C. J. Kean. — Master Burke. — J. Henderson. 
— B. Webster. — T. Weston. 
Oxberiy's Anecdotes of the stage, &c. London. Virtue. 1827. 
(i), 96 pp. Portrait. **T.57.278 

Oxberry, William, compiler. 

The actor's budget; consisting of monologues, prologues, epilogues 
. . . theatrical anecdotes and comic songs. London. Simpkin 
& Marshall. 1820. (4), iv, (4), 346 pp. **T.97.334 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.382i.26. 

Oxberry, William Henry. 

Oxberry's Dramatic chronology. Containing the names, dates of 

births, first appearances and deaths, of most of the principal 

London actors and actresses, up to 1849. [London.] Harris. 

[1850.] 43, (I) pp. **T.98.24 

Oxberry's Dramatic biography, or the green-room spy. Vol. 1-6. New 

series, vol. i, 2. London. Virtue. 1825-27, 8 v. in 7. Portraits. 

Projected by William Oxberry. Edited by Mrs. Oxberry. **T.59.54 

Same. Vol. 1-5. New series, vol. i. 6 v. **G.382i.3o 

Same. New series, vol. i. 1827. **K.37.i7 

Oxberry's Dramatic mirror; containing the biography of eminent per- 
formers. London. Virtue & Co. 1827. (i), 476 pp. Portraits. 

**T.57.430 
Projected by William Oxberry and edited after his death by his widow. The 
running title is, Dramatic biography. 
Oxberry's Theatrical Inquisitor, or monthly mirror of the drama. By 
the editors of "Oxberry's Dramatic biography." London. Virtue. 
1828. 216 pp. Portrait. Plate. **T.29.ii 

Oxenham, Henry Nutcombe. 

Recollections of Ober-Ammergau in 1871. London. Rivingtons. 
1880. X, (i), 80 pp. **T.48.4 

Oxford amateurs. The. Mackinnon, A. 2497.183 

Oxford University. See University of Oxford. 
Oxford University Dramatic Society. 

MACKINNON, A. The Oxford Amateurs. London. 1910. Portrait. 
Plates. 2497.183 



P., L. 

Le theatre au College des Bons-Enfants et chez les Peres Jesuites 
de Reims. Paris. Levy. 1883. 30 pp. **T.77.202 

P., M. D. See Pure, Michel de. 
P., M. F.. pseud. See Cceuret, P. 
P., M. L, pseud. See Cceuret, P. 



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Paccard, Jean Edme. 

Memoires et confessions d'un comedien. Paris. Pougin. 1839. (3), 

viij, 411 pp. **T.56.i88 

Le petit homme noir aux acteurs et actrices du Theatre frangais. 

[Anon.] Paris. Bechet. 1815. xx, 122 pp. **T.57.368 

Paciaudi, Paolo Maria. 

Pavlli M. Paciavdi De athletarvm KuPioxi'ioei in Palaestra Graecorvm 
commentariolvm. Romae. Palearini. 1756. 33, (2) pp. *4003.i35 
Padua, Italy. Theatres. 

Stratico, S., Conte. Dell' antico teatro di Padova. In Padova. 1795. 
6 plans. 4091.100 

Pageants. 

A siiccial list of works on this subject is in preparation by the Library. In 
the nKantime the card catalogue may be consulted. 

Paine, Robert Treat, Jr., formerly Thomas. 

Dedicatory address; spoken by Mr. Hodgkinson, October 29, 1798, 
at the opening of the new Federal Theatre, in Boston. [Boston 
Theatre, Federal Street.] (In Paine, R. T. Works in verse and 
prose. Pp. 197-205. Boston. 1812.) *4405.24 

The first theatre, the Boston Theatre on Federal Street, opened in 1794, was 
destroyed by fire in 1798 and rebuilt the same year. 
Palais-Royal, Paris. 

Beynet, a. Les chroniques du Palais-Royal. Paris. [1881.] 

2639.75; **T.97.229 

Chabrol, W. F. Le Palais-Royal et le Theatre frangais. Paris. 
1879. **T.93.7 

Discussion sur les apanages, pour S. A. S. M&r le Due d' Orleans; 
centre le Sieur Julien. [Paris. 1818.] **T. 75.34 

JuLiEN, A. Memoire a consulter et consultation pour le Sieur Julien, 
proprietaire de la salle du Theatre-frangais; contra S. A. S. Mon- 
seigneur le Due d'Orleans. [Paris. 1818.] Plan. •**T.75-36 

Observations de M. Julien, additionnelles a I'expose des faits 

de son Memoire a consulter. [Paris. 1818.] **T.75.37 

Louis xviii, of France. Ordonnances du roi, concernant la restitution 
des biens appartenant a Monseigneur le Due d'Orleans, et la 
remise des titres, plans, papiers, etc., qui se trouvent dans les 
archives et depots publics. Paris. 1818. **T.75.33 

Memoire a consulter, et consultation, pour S. A. S. Monseigneur 
le Due d'Orleans; contre le Sieur Julien. [Paris. 1818.] 

**T.75.38 

Memoire pour S. A. S. Monseigneur le Due d'Orleans, demandeur; 
contre le Sieur JuUien, defendeur. [Paris. 1814?] **T.75.29 

Plans relatifs au Palais-Royal, et discussion des questions qu'ils 
ont fait naitre au proces entre S. A. S. M&r le Due d'Orleans et 
le Sieur Julien. [Paris. 1818.] Plates. Colored plans. **T.75.35 

Points de fait et de droit les plus importans, pour les adjudicataires 
originaires de la salle du Theatre-frangais, appeles en garantie 
frangais; contre S. A. S. Monseigneur le Due d' Orleans. [Paris. 
1818?] **T.75.40 

Resume servant de reponse pour M. Julien, proprietaire du Theatre 
frangais; contre S. A. S. Monseigneur le Due d' Orleans. [Paris. 
18 18?] **T.75.39 

Palatinate. Theatres. 

Walter. F. Geschichte des Theaters und der Musik am kurpfalzi- 
schen Hofe. Leipzig. 1898. Plate. Plan. 6871.40 



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Palestine. 

PiiXRiMAGE, A, through the Holy Land, explanatory of the Diorama 
of Jerusalem and the Holy Land painted from original sketches 
made by W. H. Bartlett. [London. 185-?] 3048.252 ; etc. 

Palianti, Louis. 

Souvenir de dix ans. Theatre imperiale de I'Opera. Paris. Gosselin. 
1865. 46 pp. [Petites archives des theatres de Paris.] 

No. 4 in **M.i37.io 
Palianti, Louis, editor. 

Almanack des spectacles pour 1852. Annee i. Paris. 1852. Dia- 
grams. **T.27.2I 
Palissot de Montenoy, Charles. 

Lettre du citoyen Palissot, a la citoyenne Bourguoin, sur ses debuts 
au Theatre de la republique. (In Coste d'Arnobat, C. P. Lettre 
d'un comedien du Theatre de la republique, aux demoiselles Gros 
et Bourguoin. Pp. 42-60. Paris. An ix [1801].) 

No. 5 in **G.3562.2 
Palladio, Andrea. 

MoNTENARi, G., Conte. Del Teatro Olimpico di Andrea Palladio in 
Vicenza. Discorso. In Padova. 1733. Portrait. 5 plates. 

*4095.io7; etc. 
Palm, Adolf. See Mueller-Palm, Adolf. 
Palmer, Albert Marshman. 

Catalogue of [his] library. Including Shakespeare and Shake- 
speariana, costumes, biographies, stage histories, rare dramatic 
magazines and tracts, old plays; works of the dramatists. His- 
tory of the Union Square Theatre. To be sold at auction January 
30th and 31st, 1906. By the Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. 
Part I. New York. 1906. 116 pp. Portraits. **T.65.3i 

Palmer, Frank. 

Censorship in England. By Frank Fowell and Frank Palmer. Lon- 
don. [1913.] xii, 390, (2) pp. Portraits. Facsimiles. 6257.86 
Palmer, John. 

Harral, T. a monody on the death of Mr. John Palmer, the 
comedian. Prefixed, a review of his theatrical powers; with 
observations on the most eminent performers on the London 
stage. London. 1798. **T.56.i3i; etc. 

Sketch, A, of the theatrical life of John Palmer, containing an 
accurate and impartial summary of the incidents of his public 
life. London. 1798. **T.97.58; etc. 

Palmer, John Leslie. 

The censor and the theatres. London. Unwin. 1912. 307, (i) pp. 

Relates to England. **T.77.228 

The comedy of manners., London. G. Bell & Sons, Ltd. 1913. vii, 
(4), 308 pp. Portraits. Plates. 4579.239 

Contains pictures and notes on a number of London theatres. Bibliography, 
pp. 299-304- 

The future of the theatre. London. G. Bell & Sons, Ltd. 1913- (3). 
xi, 196 pp. 4579.245 

On the English drama and theatre. 

Palmer, Minnie. 

Blvth, H. My sweetheart! The life and adventures of Minnie 
Palmer. A tribute to grace and genius. London. [189-?] Por- 
traits. **T.95.78 

Palmistry. See Chiromancy. 



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Pangloss, Peter, Esq., LL.D. & A.S.S., pseud. 

The Young Rosciad: an admonitory poem, well-seasoned with Attic 
salt, cum notis variorum. London. Gordon. 1805. 35 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-numbei- No. ii in **G.39-)7.2. **T.55.I33 

Pangloss, Peter, Esq., LL.D. & A.S.S., pseud., editor. 

Daggerwood, S., pseud. Memoirs of Sylvester Daggerwood, comedian, 
&c. deceased: including many years of provincial vicissitudes. 
London. 1807. 2 v. in i, **T.87.34 

Panorama, Le. Reutlinger, . **T.52.5 

Panoramas, 

Bapst, C. G. Essai sur I'histoire des panoramas et des dioramas. 
Extrait des rapports du jury international de TExposition uni- 
verselle de 1889. Paris. 1891. Plates. Plans. **T.93.8 

Barker, H. A. Description of a view of the north coast of Spitz- 
bergen, now exhibiting in Henry Aston Barker's Panorama, 
Leicestcr-Sf]uare: painted from drawings by Lieut. Beechey. 
London. 1819. Plate. **T.96.299 

Description of the field of battle, and disposition of the troops 

engaged in the action, fought on the i8th of June, 1815, near 
Waterloo; illustrative of the representation of that great event 
in the panorama, Leicester-Square. [London.] 1816. Plate. 

**T.96,296 

Description of the procession on the coronation of His Majesty 

George the Fourth: July 19, 1821. Now represented and exhibiting 
in Henry Aston Barker's Panorama, Leicester Square. London. 
1823. **T.96.205 

Description of the view of the Battle of Vittoria now exhibiting 

in Henry Aston Barker's Panorama, Leicester Square. [London.] 
1814. Plate. **T.96.302;etc. 

A short account of the view of Lisbon, now exhibiting in Henry 

Aston Barker's Panorama, Leicester Square. [London.] 1812. 
Plate. **T.96.298 

A short description of Badajoz, and the surrounding country, 

with extracts from the London Gazette: explanatory of the picture 
exhibiting in the panorama, Leicester Square, representing the 
siege in 1812. [London.] 1813. Plate. **T,96.30i ; etc. 

Barker, H. A., and J. Burford. Description of the view of Athens, 
and surrounding country; now exhibiting in Henry Aston Barker 
and John Burford's panorama, Strand: with an improved explana- 
tion. London. 1818. Plate. **T.96.295; etc. 

Description of the view of Venice; taken, and painted by 

Messrs. Barker and Burford, now exhibiting in their panorama, 
Strand. London. 1819. Plate. **T.96.3oo 

An explanation of the view of Rome, taken from the tower of 

the Capitol. Now exhibiting at H. A. Barker and J. Burford's 
panorama. Strand. [London.] 1818. Plate. **T.96.294 

Explanation of the view of the interior of the city of Paris, 

now exhibiting in Henry Aston Barker and John Burford's pano- 
rama. Strand. [London.] 1816. Plate. **T.96.297 

Bayne, . Description of Bayne's gigantic panorama of a voyage 

to Europe, from original sketches taken by 'the artist himself. 
Boston. 1848. 6268.24; etc. 

Burford, R. Description of a view of the great temple of Karnak, 
and the surrounding city of Thebes, now exhibiting at the Pano- 



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Panoramas. (Continued.) 

rama, New York. Painted from drawings taken in 1834, by F. 
Catherwood. New-York. 1839. Plate. 3054-68 

Description of the view of the city and lake of Geneva, and 

surrounding country, now exhibiting in the Rotunda, Chambers- 
street . . . 1826. New York. 1829. Illus. Plate. 4864.25 ; etc. 

Daguerre, L. J. M. Notice explicative des tableaux exposes au 
Diorama. [Paris. 1822?] 4079a.2i3 

Description of the Colosseum, Broadway, 35th and 36th Streets, New 
York. The largest iron structure in the world. A history of the 
world renowned cycloramas: London of 1828, Paris by moonlight, 
and London of 1873, by night. [New York. 1874.] Plates. 

6262.88; etc. 

Description of the picture, Belshazzar's feast, painted on near 2,000 
feet of canvas. Open at the diorama at Niblo's Garden, Broad- 
way. [New York. 185-?] _ 80793.99 

Donaldson, T. L. Description of a second view of Pompeii, and 
surrounding country; representing the tragic theatre, covered 
theatre, temple of Isis, small forum, now exhibiting in the 
panorama, Leicester-Square: painted, from drawings taken on the 
spot, by Mr. Burford. London. 1824. Plate. Plan. **T.96.293 

Description of a view of the ruins of the city of Pompeii, and 

surrounding country, now exhibiting in the panorama, Strand; 
painted from drawings taken on the spot by Mr. Burford. [Lon- 
don.] 1823. Plate. **T.96.292 

Great siege. The, of Paris: 1870-71. [By Philippoteaux.] Also, 
the assassination of the Archbishop of Paris [Darboy] at the 
hands of the Commune of 1871. [By Desbrosses. Description of 
the pictures. Boston. 187-?] 26393.33 

HuTCHiNGS, W. E. A description of Hutchings' grand classical 
panorama of the sea and shores of the Mediterranean. Executed 
by A. Hewins. Boston. 1848. 6262.35 

[Manuscripts, programmes, etc., relating to his Grand classical 

panorama of the sea and shores of the Mediterranean, executed 
by A. Hewins. 1848?] **T.i2.3 

London. Colosseum. An account of the Colosseum. [London. 1830.] 

45393.142 
Pilgrimage, A, through the Holy Land, explanatory of the Diorama 

of Jerusalem and the Holy Land painted from original sketches 

made by W. H. Bartlett. [London. 185-?] 3048.252; etc. 

Wood, J. H., and A. Collins. The true story of the Sleeping Beauty 

and the Beast. [London. 1900.] Illus. Plates. **T.49.io 

Psnoramss. Buildings. 

Lieblein, J., and H. Wagner. Panoramen. Illus. Plans. (In 

Handbuch der Architektur. Theil 4. Halb-Band 4, pp. 410-425. 

Darmstadt. 1885.) *8o92.52.4 

Pantomime. 

See also BsUet; Dancing; Gesture; H3rlequin3de; Puppet pl3ys; 

Shadow psntomimes. 
Adams, F. A. F. Gesture and pantomimic action. New York. 1891. 

Illus. Music. 3596.106; **T.75.2i 

Blasis, C. The theory of theatrical dancing. With a chapter on 

pantomime. Edited from Carlo Blasis' Code of Terpsichore, 

with the original plates, by Stewart D. Headlam. London. 1888. 

Plates. **T.95.49 



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Pantomime. (Continued.) 

Broadbent, R. J. A history of pantomime. London. [1901.] 

2576.179 ; **T.97,3o6 

Calliachi, N. Nicolai Calliachii De ludis scenicis mimorum, & 
pantomimorum syntagma posthumum. Patavii. 1713- Portrait. 

**G.294.54 

Driesen, O. Der Ursprung des Harlekin. Ein kulturgeschichtliches 
Problem. Berlin 1904. Illus. Plates 6252.72 

Grysar, C. J. Der romische Mimus. {In Kaiserliche Akademie der 
Wissenschaften, Vienna. Philosophisch-historische Classe. Sit- 
zungsberichte. Band 12, pp. 22,7-22>7- Wien. 1854.) *334o.3.i2 

Ueber die Pantomimen der Romer. {In Rheinisches Museum 

fiir Philologie. Band 2, pp. 30-80. Bonn. 1834.) *6956.2.2 

Halliday, a. Comical fellows: or, the history and mystery of the 
pantomime. London. 1863. **T.47.98 

HuGOUNET, P. Mimes et pierrots. Notes et documents inedits pour 
servir a Thistoire de la pantomime. Paris. 1889. Plate. **T.95.i35 

Johnson, J. An account of pantomime. The London pantomimes, 
1881-1882. Facsimiles of the earliest announcements of English 
pantomimes. [London. 1882.] **T,95.94 

L'AuLNAYE, F. H. S. DE. De la saltation theatrale, ou recherches 
sur I'origine, les progres, & les effets de la pantomime chez les 
anciens. A Paris. 1790. Plates. **T.96.263 

Memoires et pantomimes des freres Hanlon Lees. Avec une preface 
de Theodore de Banville et six gravures a I'eau forte de Frederic 
Regamey. Paris. [1880.] Portraits. **T.58.69 

Wagner, L. The pantomimes and all about them: their origin, his- 
toiy, preparation and exponents. London. [1881.] **T.48.8 

Weaver, J. The history of the mimes and pantomimes, with an 
historical account of several performers in dancing, living in the 
time of the Roman emperors. To which will be added, a list of 
the modern entertainments that have been exhibited on the 
English stage. London. 1728. No. 7 in **G.3824.i7 

Pantomimes. 

Coralli, J., and E. Burat de Gurgy. [The devil on two sticks.] 
Programme of the story, scenery, and dances, in the new grand 
ballet The devil on two sticks. London. [1836.] **T.36.72 

Decombe, F. a. [The fairy slipper.] Programme of the story, 
scenery, and dances, in the new grand ballet, in three acts, called 
The fairy slipper. London. [1834.] **T.36.67 

Storm, The. Programme of the story, scenery Sr dances, in the new 
grand fairy ballet, in two acts. The storm; or, the Isle of the 
Genii! London. [1834-] **T.36.68 

Taglioni, p. [The revolt of the harem.] Programme of the story, 
scenery, and dances, in the fairy tale, in three acts, The revolt 
of the harem. London. [1834.] **T.36.23; No. i in **M.i47.35 

Papillon de La Ferte, Denis Pierre Jean. 

L'administration des Menus. Journal de Papillon de La Ferte, in- 
tendant et controleur de I'argenterie, menus-plaisirs et affaires de 
la chambre du roi. (1756-1780.) Publie avec une introduction et 
des notes par Ernest Boyasse. Paris. Ollendorff. 1887. (3), 
454 (I) pp. **T.55.49 

Papillon de La Ferte, Denis Pierre Jean. Works about. 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. Un potentat musical, Papillon de La Ferte: son 
regne a I'Opera de 1780 a 1790. Paris. 1876. 4044.59 



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Papon, Auguste, Marquis. 

Lola Montes: or, a reply to the "Private history and memoirs" of 
that celebrated lady, recently published by the Marquis Papon, 
formerly secretary to the King of Bavaria, and for a period the 
professed friend and attendant of the Countess of Lansfeldt. New 
York. 1851. Portrait. **T.97.239 

Paradox, The, of acting. Diderot, D. 4673.73; **T. 77. 181; etc. 

Paradoxe sur le comedien. Diderot, D. 4672.111 

Parfaict, Claude, and Frangois Parfaict. 

Histoire de I'ancien theatre italien depuis son origine en France 
jusqu' a sa suppression en 1697. Paris. Lambert. 1753. xiv, 
(2), 455, (3) pp. **M.i09b.3i 

Parfaict, Frangois, and others. 

Dictionnaire des theatres de Paris, contenant toutes les pieces qui 
ont ete representees jusqu'a present, des faits anecdotes sur les 
auteurs, acteurs, danseurs, &c. [Par Frangois et Claude Parfaict 
et Godin d'Abguerbe.] A Paris, chez Lambert. 1756. 7 v. in 6. 

**T.48.i3 
Contents. — 1. A-B. 2. C-F. 3. G-N. 4. O-R. S- S-T. 6. V-Z. 7. Additions 
et corrections. 

Same. Chez Rozet. 1767. 7 v. *4639.35 

Parfaict, Frangofs, and Claude Parfaict. 

Histoire du Theatre frangois, depuis son origine jusqu'a present. 
Avec la vie des plus celebres poetes dramatiques, des extraits 
exacts & un catalogue raisonne de leurs pieces, accompagnes de 
notes historiques & critiques. [Anon.] Tome i, 2. A Amsterdam, 
aux depens de la conipagnie. 1735, 36. **T. 78.23 

Same. Tome 1-15. A Paris, chez P. G. Le Mercier. 1745-49. 15 v. 

**T.78.24 

Parfouru, Paul Desire (Paul Porel), and Georges Hippolyte Mondain 

Monval. 

L'Odeon. Histoire administrative, anecdotique et litteraire du second 

Theatre frangais. Paris. Lemerre. 1876, 82. 2 v. 26703.50 

Contents. — [i.] 1782-1818. 2. 1818-1853. 

Same. Tome i. **T.75.4i 

Paris, Antoine Louis. 

Le theatre a Reims depuis les Romains jusqu'a nos jours. Reims. 
Michaud. 1885. (6), 314 pp. Plates. **T.75.5 

Paris, Louis. See Paris, Antoine Louis. 
Paris. Theatres. 

See also Actors abroad; Italian players in France. 
Albert, M. Les theatres de la foire. (1660-1789.) Paris. 1900. 
Illus. Plates. 4676.104; **T.97.254 

Les theatres des boulevards. (1789-1848.) Paris. 1902. 

4676.134; **T.77.ii2 

Arago, J. fi. V. Foyers et coulisses. Panorama des theatres de 

Paris. Paris. 1852. **T.57.382 

Physiologic des foyers de tons les theatres de Paris. Paris. 

1841. **T.79.8 

AuDEBRAND, P. Un foycr de theatre d'il y a 50 ans. Le foyer cUi 

Vaudeville de la rue de Chartres. {In Petits memoires du xixe 

siecle. 2e edition. Pp. 293-321. Paris. 1892.) 2646.105 

Petits memoires d'une stalle d'orchestre. (Acteurs, auteurs, 

journalistes.) Paris. 1885. **T.77.i25 

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Paris. Theatres. {Continued.) 

AuRiAC, P. E. J. M. d', editor. Theatre de la foire. Recueil de 

pieces representees aux foires Saint-Germain et Saint-Laurent. 

Precede d'un essai Iiistorique sur les spectacles forains. Paris. 

1878. **T.37.i46 

Bachaumont, L. p. de. Memoires historiques, litteraires, poHtiques, 

anecdotiqnes et critiques. Extrait des Memoires secrets de la 

republique des lettres. Paris. 1809. 3 v. **T.57.9i 

Baisser, Le, du rideau. Anecdotes theatrales anciennes et modernes, 

tirees des memoires des temps. Paris. 1837. **T.58.i4i 

Banvit.le, T. F. de. Mes souvenirs. Paris. 1882. Plate. 4646.67 
Barba, J. N. Souvenirs. Paris. 1846. Portraits. **T.56,6i 

Earth ELEMv, fi. M.. Cmnte de, editor. Nouvelles de la cour et de la 

ville concernant le monde, les arts, les theatres et les lettres, I734- 

1738. Paris. 1879. **T.95.52 

Benjamin, E., and H. Buguet. Coulisses de bourse et de theatre. 

Paris. 1882. Illus. **T.97.223 

Bernardin, N. M. La comedie italienne en France, et les theatres 

de la foire et du boulevard. (1570-1791.) Paris. 1902. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. 2679.277 

Bernheim, a. J. Trente ans de theatre. Serie [i,] 2. Paris. 1903, 

04. 2 V. **T.77.iio;etc. 

Bertrand, J. fi. G. fitudes d'economie theatrale. Les theatres 

lyriques de Paris. [Paris. 1866.] No. 2, 3 in **M.372.20 

BoNNASsiES, J. Les spectacles forains et la Comedie frangaise. 

Paris. 1875. Plate. 2677.76; **T.77.ii3 

BossuET, P. Histoire des theatres nationaux. Paris. [1909.] 4674.33 
Bouis-Bouis, bastringues et caboulots de Paris. Paris. 1861. **T.79.9 
Brazier, N. Histoire des petits theatres de Paris depuis leur origine. 

Paris. 1838. 2 V. **T.79.i3 

Same. Chroniques des petits theatres de Paris. Paris. 1883. 

**T.78.63 
Buguet, H. Foyers et coulisses. Histoire anecdotique des theatres 

de Paris. Paris. 1873-85. 14 v. in 7. Portraits. **T.79.2 

C * * * * u, Ch. R. Le tribunal volatile, ou nouveau jugement porte 

sur les acteurs, auteurs, et sur divers endroits publics de Paris. 

Paris. An xi. [1803?] **T.79.i9 

Cailhava d'Estandoux, J. F. Les causes de la decadence du theatre, 

et les moyens de le faire refleurir. Paris. 1807. 

No. 4 in **G.3562.2; etc. 
Cain, G. Anciens theatres de Paris. Le Boulevard du Temple. Les 

theatres du boulevard. Paris. 1906. Illus. Portraits. 4677.107 
Camel, J. B. L. De I'influence des theatres et particulierement des 

theatres secondaires sur les moeurs du peuple. [Paris. 1822.] 

No. 19 in **G.3562.i 
Campardon, L. £. Les spectacles de la foire. Depuis 1595 jusqu'a 

1791. Paris. 1877. 2 V. **T.75.6 

Chaalons d'Arge, a. P. Histoire critique et litteraire des theatres 

de Paris. Annee 1822. Paris. 1824. **T.77.6; etc. 

Chadourne, A. Les cafes-concerts. Paris. 1880. **M.i2g.7 

Charlemagne, J. A. Le melodrama aux boulevards. Facetie 

litteraire, historique et dramatique. Paris. 1809. **T.97.i84; etc. 
Chaulin, N. p. Biographie dramatique des principaux artistes 

anglais venus a Paris; precedee de souvenirs historiques du 

theatre anglais a Paris, en 1827 et 1828. Paris. 1828. **T.59*.io 

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Paris. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Child, T. The ballet in Paris. Illus., some colored. Portraits. 
(In Matthews, J. B. About the ballet. Pp. (110-152). New York. 

189I.) **T.I2.II 

Claretie, J. A. A. La vie a Paris. 1880-85, 95-1913. Paris. 

ri88i-liQi4. 21 V. **T.27.i5 

La vie moderne au theatre. Causeries sur I'art dramatique. 

Paris. i86g, 75. 2 v. **T.47.2 

Clement, J. M. B., and J. de La Porte. Anecdotes dramatiques ; 
contenant 1°. Toutes les pieces de theatre joues a Paris ou en 
province. 2°. Tous les ouvrages dramatiques qui n'ont ete repre- 
sentes sur aucun theatre, mais qui sont imprimes, ou conserves 
en manuscrit. 30. Anecdotes. 4°. Les noms de tous les auteurs. 
poetes on musiciens, qui ont travaille pour tous nos theatres, de 
tous les acteurs celebres, qui ont joue a tous nos spectacles. 50. 
Un tableau, accompagne d'anecdotes, des theatres de toutes les 
nations. A Paris. 1775. 3 v. **T.58.3; etc. 

CoNSTANTiN, M. Histoire des cafes-concerts et des cafes de Paris. 
Paris. 1872. **T.97.2i4;No.3in**M.i28.i8 

CoNTANT d'Orville, A. G. Histoire de I'opera bouffon contenant les 
jugemens de toutes les pieces qui ont paru depuis sa naissance 
jusqu'a ce jour. Pour servir a I'histoire des theatres de Paris. 
A Amsterdam. 1768. **M.i29a,i4 

Costumes of the modern stage. Part 1-5. Edited by M. Mobisson. 
Illustrations by MM. Lebegue, Mesples, etc. [London. 1889-90.] 
Colored portraits. **T.92.i 

Coup-d'ceil sur les theatres de Paris. Paris. 1821. 

No. II in **G.3562.i 

Delaforest, a. Theatre moderne. Cours de Htterature dramatique. 
Paris. 1836. 2 V. **T.46.2i 

Delvau, a. Les plaisirs de Paris. Guide pratique et illustre. Paris. 
1867. **T.98.i42 

Deschaumes, E. Le mal du theatre. Paris. 1888. **T.77.i4o 

Descombes, J. C. F. M. fipaves. Theatre — histoire — anecdotes — 
mots. Paris. 1865. **T.96.i74 

Feu le Boulevart du Temple. Resurrection epistolaire. Paris. 

1863. **T.96,i73 

Tous les ,s:enres du theatre et sujets correspondants. Epitres 

en vers libres. Paris, i860. **T.96.i72 

Desessarts, N. T. L. Les trois theatres de Paris, ou abrege his- 
torique de I'etabHssement de la Comedie frangoise, de la Comedie 
italienne & de rOpera. A Paris. 1777. **T.77.5i; etc. 

Des grands et des petits theatres de la capitale. Paris. 1816. 

**T.76.57 

DoNNET, A. Architectonographie des theatres, ou, parallel^ his- 
torique et critique de ces edifices consideres sous le rapport de 
I'architecture et de la decoration. [Atlas only.] Paris. [1837-] 
1840. Illus. Plates. Plans. Map. *8o90.i2o; etc. 

DuFLOT, J. Les secrets des coulisses des theatres de Paris. Mysteres 
— moeurs — usages — anecdotes. Paris. 1865. **T,77.i89 

DuMONT, . Le vol plus haut, ou I'espion des principaux theatres 

de la capitale; contenant une histoire abregee des acteurs & 
actrices de ces memes theatres. [Paris.] 1784. **T.97.65; etc. 

Dureau, a. Notes pour servir a I'histoire du theatre et de la musiciue 
* en France. Annee i. i860. Paris. 1861. **T.77.i24 

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Paris. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Du Tralage, J. N. Notes et documents sur I'histoire des theatres de 
Paris au xviie siecle. Paris. 1880. **T.78.58 

EsPiON, I/, des coulisses, ou nouvelle critique sur les acteurs des 
principaux theatres de Paris. A Paris. An viii. [1799/1800.] 

**T.59.2o 
Etrennes dramatiques pour I'annee 1801. Paris. [1801?] **T.49.i3 
Faguet, a. fi. Notes sur le theatre contemporain. Serie 1-3. 1888- 
90. Paris. 1889-91. 3 V. **T.47.55 ; etc. 

Faucheur, T. Histoire du Boulevard du Temple depuis son origine 
jusqu'a sa demolition. Paris. 1863. **T.77.ioi 

FouRXEL, F. V. Ce (|u'on voit dans les rues de Paris. Paris. 1858. 

**T.98.22 

Tableaux du vieux Paris. Les spectacles populaires et les 

artistes des rues. Paris. 1863. **T.97.i73 

Le vieux Paris: fetes, jeux et spectacles. Tours. Mame. 1887. 

525, (i) pp. Illus. Plates. *463i.9 

FocRNiER, fi. Le theatre et les pauvres. Paris. [1869.] **T.77.2io 

Framery, N. E. De I'organisation des spectacles de Paris, ou essai 

sur leur forme actuelle. A Paris. 1790. **T.77.i6 

Frebault, £. Les industriels du macadam. Paris. 1868. Plates. 

**T.99.43 

Galerie dramatique, ou acteurs celebres qui sont illustres sur les 
trois grands theatres de Paris. Paris. 1809. Colored portraits. 

**T.59.49 

Galerie theatrale ou collection des portraits en pied des principaux 
acteurs des premiers theatres de la capitale. Paris. [1842?] 3 v. 
Portraits. **T.5i.i4; etc. 

Gautier, T. Histoire de I'art dramatique en France' depuis vingt- 
cinq ans. Leipzig [& Bruxelles]. 1858,59. 6 v. **T.47.8o; etc. 

Geoffroy, C. M. Nouvelle galerie des artistes dramatiques vivants. 
Contenant 40 portraits des principaux artistes dramatiques de 
Paris. Chaque portrait est accompagne d'une notice biographique 
et d'une appreciation litteraire. Paris. 1855. 2 v. **T.53.9 

Geoffroy, J. L. Cours de litterature dramatique, ou recueil par 
ordre de matieres des feuilletons de Geoffroy, precede d'une notice 
historique sur sa vie. Paris. 1819, 20. 5 v. **T.46.46; etc. 

Giffard, P. L. Nos moeurs. La vie au theatre. Paris. [1888.] Illus. 
Plates, some colored. **T.77.iii 

Les succes dramatiques. Serie [i-]3. Analyse de I'ouvrage, 

biographies de I'auteur et des artistes. Paris. 1878, 79. 3 v. 
Portraits. Diagrams. **T.49.9 

Goncourt, E. L. a. H. de, and others. Mysteres des theatres. 1852. 
Par Edmond de Goncourt, Jules de Goncourt, Cornelius Holff 
[pseud, de Charles, Comte de Villedeuil]. Paris. 1853. 

4676.100; **T.75.58 

Gouriet, J. B. Les charlatans celebres, ou tableau historique des 
bateleurs, des baladans et de tous les personnages qui se sont 
rendus celebres dans les rues et sur les places publiques de Paris. 
Paris. 1819. 2 v.. Plate. **T.96.327 

Gregoir, £. G. J. Des gloires de I'Opera et la musique a Paris. 
Documents recueillis sur I'Opera et autres theatres a Paris, et 
sur tout ce qui a rapport a I'art musical en cette ville jusqu'/a 
I'annee 1880. Bruxelles. 1878, 8r. 3 v. Portraits. **M. 134.5 

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Paris. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Grille, F. J. Observations sur le retablissement d'un second 

Opera-comique. Paris. 1820. No. 6 in **G.3562,i 

Guide dans les theatres. Paris. 1855. Illus. **T.79.4 

Henriet, F. Monographic du spectateur au theatre. Paris. 1892. 

**T.97.i64 
Hervey, C. The theatres of Paris, with portraits of eminent living 

actresses by Alexandre Lacauchie. Paris. 1846. Portraits. *=^T.74,4 
Heulharu, L. O. a. La Foire Saint-Laurent. Son histoire & ses 

spectacles. Paris. 1878. Plates. Plans. **T.96.305 

Hostein, J. J. B. H. Historiettes et souvenirs d'un homme de 

theatre. Paris. 1878. **T.57.305 

Hubert, E., and C. de Trogoff. Les actrices de Paris. Quatrains. 

Paris. 1872. **T.57.427 

Huret, J. Loges et coulisses. Paris. 1901. **T.77.7i 

Jallais, a. J. B. F.-R. de. Sur la scene et dans la salle. Miroir 

des theatres de Paris. Paris. 1854. **T.79.2i 

Jullien, J. L. A. Les spectateurs sur le theatre, fitablissement 

et suppression des bancs sur les scenes de la Comedie-frangaise 

et de rOpera. Paris. 1875. Plates. Plan. No. 6 in **M.i22.i 

KoNiNG, V. Les coulisses parisiennes. Paris. 1864. **T.77.i79 

LAFERRiibRE, A. .Souvenirs d'un jeune premier. Paris. 1884. 

**T.57.32i 
Lafitte, J. B. P. Memoires de Fleury de la Comedie frangaise. 

Paris. 1844. 2 V. **T.58.44 

Same. The French stage and the French people, as illus- 
trated in the Memoirs of M. Fleury. Edited by Theodore Hook. 
London. 1841. 2 v. **T.57.io3 

Same. 2d edition. Adventures of an actor: comprising a 

picture of the French stage during a period of fifty years. Lon- 
don. 1842. 2 V. 4565.3; **T.57.7i 

Lan, J. Memoires d'un chef de claque. Souvenirs des theatres. 
Paris. 1883. **M.i27.36 

Lassouche, B. de. Memoires anecdotiques. Paris. [1903.! 

4649,101 ;**T,57.i85 

Laugier, a., and A. Mottet. Galerie biographique des artistes des 
theatres royaux. [Anon.] Livraison 3: Theatre-frangais. Paris. 
1827. **T.96.3io 

Lebeau de Schosne, a. T. V. Lettre a Monsieur de Crebillon sur les 
spectacles de Paris; dans laquelle il est parle du projet de reunion 
de I'Opera-comique a la Comedie italienne. A la Haye. 1761. 

**T.97.i82 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: les Fantaisies 
parisiennes — I'Athenee — le Theatre Scribe — I'Athenee-comique. 
1865-1911. Paris. 1912. Portrait. *4677.ii4 

Histoire des theatres de Paris. 1902-1904. Notice preliminaire. 

Paris. 1905. *4677.io8 

Legouve, G. J. B. E. W. Sixty years of recollections. London. 

1893. 2 V. 2644.100; **T. 55.203 

Lemonnier, a. Les abus du theatre. Quelques directeurs en robe 

de chambre. Paris. 1895. **T.98.i9 

Les mille et un souvenirs d'un homme de theatre. Paris. 

1902. Portraits. **T.77.8o 

Les petits mysteres de la vie theatrale. Souvenirs d'un homme 

de theatre. Paris. 1895. **T.97.i68 



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Paris. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Lepan, fi. M. J. Histoire de retablissement des theatres en France. 

Paris. 1807. **T.78.28 

Leris, a. nE. Dictionnaire portatif historique et litteraire des 

theatres, contenant I'origine des differens theatres de Paris. A 

Paris. 1763. **T.78.25;etc. 

Le Senne, C. Le theatre a Paris. Serie 1-5. Paris. 1888-90. 

**T.47.86 
Lettre sur les theatres a M. le Vicomte de Larochefoucauld. Paris. 

1825. No. 12 in **G.3562.2 

Leveaux, a. Nos theatres de 1800 a 1880. Paris. 1881-86. **T.77.i48 

Le theatre de la Cour a Compiegne pendant le regne de 

Napoleon in. Paris. 1882-85. **T.77.9i 

LoisEAU-Rous?EAU, P. Les theatres de Paris. 35 planches a I'eau 

forte. [Paris. 190-?] **T.Cab.i.30 

Lorgnette, La, des coulisses. Paris. 1820. No. 5 in **G.3562.i 

Mahalin, p. Au bout de la lorgnette. Paris. 1883. **T.57.23 

Ces petites dames du theatre. Paris. 1862. Plate. **T.59.i8 

Les jolies actrices de Paris. Serie [i-] 5. Paris. 1868-89. 5 v. 

Illus. Portraits. **T.57.24 

Maillet-Duclairon, A. Essai sur la connoissance des theatres 
frangois. A Paris. 175 1. **G.3563.i9 

Malliot, a. L. La musique au theatre. Paris. 1863. Tables. 

**M.i2g.20 

Manne, a. E. de, and C. Menetrier. Galerie historique des 
comediens de la troupe de Nicolet. Notices sur certaines acteurs 
et mimes qui se sont fait un nom dans les annales des scenes 
secondaires depuis 1760. Avec des portraits par Frederic Hille- 
macher. Lyon. 1869. Illus. Portraits. **T.56.340 

AIatthews, J. B. The theatres of Paris. New York. 1880. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. 2639.69; **T.77,205; etc. 

Maugny, a., CotJite de. Le demi-monde sous le Second Empire. 
Souvenirs d'un sybarite. Paris. [1892.] Portraits. **T.97.247 

Ma^er. M. L. The Gaiety French plays. Season, 1880. Short 
biographies of the actors & actresses of the Comedie frauQaise, 
Vaudeville, Palais- Eoyal, and other theatres, &c. London. 18S0. 

**T.97.i90 

Mendes. C. a. L'art au theatre. Paris. 1897-1900. 3 v. **T.47.5 

Menetiere, a. Les binettes du cafe-concert. Paris. 1869. Photo- 
graph. **T.99.22 

Meyan, p. Archives theatrales. 1887. Paris. [1888.] **T.77.i9i 

Miall, B. Pierre Garat: singer and exquisite. His life and his 
world (1762-1823). New York. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 

2643.159 

MiLLiET, P. De I'origine du theatre a Paris. Paris. 1870. Plate. 

**T.78.64 

MoNSELET, C. Acteurs et actrices. Dessins par E. Lorsay. Paris. 
1867. Plates. **T,99.3i ; etc. 

Les annees de gaiete. Paris. 1875. 2666.55 

Monsieur Cothurne ami de Mr Botte ou la debutomanie: histoire 

veritable, theatrale et tragique. Paris. An xi. — 1803. Plate. 

**T.78.i6 
MoNTAGNE, fi. C. P. Le manteau d'Arlequin. Paris. 1866. **T.77.i28 
Mornand, F La vie de Paris. Paris. 1855. **T.98.83 



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MouHY, C. DE F., Chevalier de. Tablettes dramatiques, contenant 
I'abrege de I'histoire du Theatre frangois, retablissement des 
theatres a Paris, un dictionnaire des pieces et I'abrege de I'histoire 
des auteurs & des acteurs. A Paris. 1752-58. **T.78.67; etc. 

Muriel, A. Le theatre aujourd''hui. L'auteur, le directeur, le 
critique, I'acteur, le public. Paris. 1855. **T.77.ii8 

Muses frangoises, Les. Premiere partie, contenant un tableau uni- 
versel par alphabet & numero des theatres de France, avec les 
noms de leurs auteurs & de toutes les pieces anonimes de ces 
theatres depuis les misteres jusqu'en I'annee 1764. A Paris. 1764- 

No. 2 in **G.3563.i8 

Neukomm, E. Fetes et spectacles du vieux Paris. Paris. 1886. 

**T.77.i6o 

CEuvRE frangaise des trente ans de theatre. CEuvre frangaise et 
populaire des trente ans de theatre. 1903- Representations 
populaires et causeries. Paris. 1904. **T.74.2i 

Opinion, L', du parterre, ou revue de tons les theatres de Paris. 
Annee 2, 4, 10. An xiii [1805], 1807, 1813. Paris. [1805-11813. 
3 V. **M.i09b.6 

Parfaict, F., and others. Dictionnaire des theatres de Paris, con- 
tenant toutes les pieces qui ont ete representees jusqu'a present, 
des faits anecdotes sur les auteurs, acteurs, danseurs, &c. A Paris. 
1756. 7 V. in 6. **T.48.i3; etc. 

Paris-portrait. Collection de Paris-portrait: ancien Paris-theatre. 
[Hebdomadaire.] Publication litteraire et artistique contenant 
les portraits & les biographies des celebrites contemporaines. 
Annee 1-7. Paris. 1873-80. 7 v. in 4. **T.2i.5 

Petit moissonneur, Le, des theatres, dedie aux dames. Paris. [18 — ?] 
Portraits. **T.79.24 

Petite biographic des acteurs et actrices des theatres de Paris, avec 
I'age de ces dames. Paris. 1831-1832. **T.79.22 

Petite biographic dramatique, faite avec adresse par un moucheur 
de chandelles [pseud.]. Paris. 1826. **T,99.56 

Pillet, F. Melpomene et Thalie vengees, ou nouvelle critique 
impartiale et raisonnee tant des differens theatres de Paris, que 
des pieces qui y ont ete representees pendant le cours de I'annee 
derniere. A Paris. An vii. [i799-] Plate. **T.79.6 

Verites a I'ordre du jour, ou nouvelle critique raisonnee, tant 

des acteurs des theatres de Paris, que des pieces qui y ont ete 
representees pendant le cours de I'annee derniere. A Paris. An 
VI. 1798. Plate. **T.79.7 

Pillet, F., and others. La lorgnette de spectacle ou la revue des 
acteurs. A Paris. An vii de la Republique [1798/99]- **T.59.45 

Same. [3e edition.] La nouvelle lorgnette de spectacles. 

Paris. An ix. (1801.) Plate. **T.59.46 

PoiNSOT, A. E. Foyers et coulisses. Histoire anecdotique des 
theatres de Paris. Paris. 1873-85. 14 v. in 7. Portraits. **T.79.2 

Le scandale au theatre. Paris. 1861. No. 2 in **M.ii8.i3 

Portraits des artistes des theatres de Paris. [Paris. 18 — ?] 70 

portraits. **T.5i.5 

PoujOL, A. Les reflets du passe. Types extraordinaires, anecdotes 

theatrales peu connues, premiere piece de Th. Barriere. Paris. 

[187-?] Illus. **T.57.395 

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Paris. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Rai'hanel, J., and C. Legrand. Histoire anecdotique des theatres 

de Paris (ecrite au jour le jour). Vol. i: i Janvier -31 mars 1896. 

Paris. i8g6. Portraits. **T.77.i27 

Reiffenberg, F. G. fi. C. M., Barmi de. Ce que c'est qu'une actrice. 

Paris. 1861. **T.98.i36 

Remus.\t, J. P. A. Le coup de fouet, ou nouvelle revue de tous 

les theatres de Paris. Paris. An X1.-1803. Plate. **T.79.25 

Revue des livres et du theatre. Annee 13, no 311, 313-315, 317. Direc- 

teur: H. Le Soudier. Paris. 1893, 94- *722i.5i 

RicoRD, A. Les fastes de la Comedie-frangaise, et portraits des plus 

cclcbres acteurs. Precedes d'un apergu sur sa situation presente, 

et sur les moyens propres a prevenir sa ruine. Paris. 1821, 22. 

2 V. **T.77.8 

Robert, C. Le dard: tablettes dramatiques. [Avec] Supplement. 

Paris. 1821. No. 12, 13 in **G.3562.i 

Rousseau, P. J. Code theatral, physiologic des theatres, manuel 

complet de I'auteur, du directeur, de I'acteur et de I'amateur, 

contenant les lois, regies et applications de I'art dramatique. 

Paris. 1829. Plate. **T.78.65 

Saint Hilaire, A. V. de. Petite biographic dramatique, silhouette 

des acteurs, chanteurs, directeurs, etc., des theatres de la Capitale. 

Paris. 1821. **T.57.389;etc. 

Saint-AIor, G. de. Paris sur scene. Saison 1886/87. Annee i. 

Paris. 1888. lUus. Portraits. **T.47.io 

Sarcey, F. Comediens et comediennes. Notices par F. Sarcey. 

Portraits par L. Gaucherel & Ad. Lalauze. Paris. 1876-84. 2 v. 

, , ,. ^ . **T.55.i3;etc. 

Le theatre. Pans. 1893. Illus. Plates. **T.75.77 

Sardou, V. L'heure du spectacle. Lettre pour servir de preface 

au second volume des Annales du theatre et de la musique. Paris. 

1878. **T.97.22i 

Savard, F. Les actrices de Paris. Paris. 1867. **T.57.302 

Seveli.\ges, C. L. de. Le rideau leve, ou petite revue des grands 

theatres. Paris. 1818. **T.76.63 

, Same. Suivie d'une reponse au factum de M. Valabregue, et 

d'une replique d'un des chefs de son orchestre. Paris. 1818. 
^ **T.77.2i 

Soubies, E. J. A. Le theatre en France de 1871 a 1892. Eaux-fortes 
par Gaucherel et Lalauze. Paris. 1893. Portraits. **T,79.3 

Stapleaux, L. L. L. Les courtisanes du Second Empire. Partie 3: 
Les actrices. Serie i. Bruxelles. 1871. **T.g6.5 

Strong, R. Where and how to dine in Paris, with notes on Paris 
hotels, waiters and their tips, Paris theatres, minor theatres, 
music halls, racing round Paris, etc. London. 1900. 2639.34 
Theatre, Le. Memoires d'un jeune premier. Paris. 1858. **T.99.33 
Theatres, acteurs et actrices de Paris. Biographic des artistes dra- 
matiques, et notices sur les theatres de Paris, leur origine, leur 
administration, etc. Paris. 1842. **T,78.42 

Truinet, C. L. K, and A. E. de Roquet. Les origines de I'opera 
frangais. Paris. 1886. Map. Plans. 4043.62; **M.i 14.4 

Tuffet, S. Les mysteres des theatres de Paris. Observations! In- 
discretions!! Revelations!!! Paris. 1844. Plates. **T.78.39 
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Paris. 1821, No. 9 in **G.3562.i 

ViZENTiNi, A. [Recueil des costumes de tous les ouvrages dra- 
matiques representes avec succes sur tous les grands theatres de 
Paris, publie par Vizentini, d'apres les dessins d'Aug. Garnerey 
et Hipp. Lecomte. Paris. 18 — ?] 2 v. 371 colored plates. 

*8o72.307 
Vizentini, L. A. Derriere la toile. (Foyers, coulisses et comediens.) 
Petites physiologies des theatres parisiens. Paris. 1868. 

**T.77.78 

Weiss, J. J. A. Trois annees de theatre, 1883-1885. Les theatres 

parisiens. Paris. 1896. **T.47.84 

Zola, E. Le naturalisme au theatre. Les theories et les examples. 

Paris. 1881. 466ob.54 

Paris. Theatres. Ambigu-coMique. 

Deligny, E. Histoire de I'Ambigu-comique depuis sa creation 
jusqu'a ce jour. Paris. 1841. **T.99.54 

Paris. Theatres. Bouffes-parisiens. 

Lasalle, a. de. Histoire des Bouffes-parisiens. Paris, i860. 

**T.79.2o 
Paris. Theatres. Casino de Paris. 

Casino de Paris. [Newspaper clippings, etc. Paris. 1894-1900.] 
3 V. Illus. Portraits. **T.ii.i 

Paris. Theatres. Cirque-Olympique. 

B**, M™e^ nee de V**, pseud. Le Cirque Olympique, ou les exercices 
des chevaux de Franconi, du cerf Coco, ou petits paralleles de 
I'instinct perfectionne des animaux, et de la raison naissante des 
enfans. Paris. 181 7. Plates. **T.99.59 

Flaneur, Un, pseud. Biographie des ecuyers et ecuyeres du Theatre 
national du Cirque-Olympique. Paris. 1846. **T.59.5i 

Paris. Theatres. Comedie FRANgAisE. 

La Comedie-frangaise a Londres (1871-1879). Journal inedit de E. 

Got. — Journal de F. .Sarcey. Publics avec une introduction par 

Georges d'Heylli [pseud. d'Antoine Edmond Poinsot]. Paris. 

1880. Ollendorff. (3), Ixxxvii, 196, (i) pp. 2676.156; **T.78.i2 

Decrets et ordonnances. [Paris. 1859.] 64 pp. **T.96.23 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.76. iii. 

Documents sur Le malade imaginaire. Estat de la recette et despence 
faite par ordre de la compagnie. Avec une introduction et des 
notes par Edouard Thierry. Paris. Berger-Levrault & ci<". 1880. 
(5), 391, (2) pp. [Archives de la Comedie frangaise.] **T.55.i8 

Expose de la conduite et les torts du Sieur Talma, envers les Come- 
diens frangais. A Paris, de I'imprimerie de Prault. 1790. 30 pp. 

**T.76.i09 

Memoire a consulter pour les societaires du Theatre-frangais, et 
consultation. Deliberee par M^ Marie, avec adhesions de M^s A. 
Paillet, H. de Vatimesnil, Ph. Dupin, Odilon Barrot. Fevrier 
1840. Paris. Malteste & cie. [1840.] (2), 78 pp. **T.95.i37 

Another copy is on shelf-numher **T.95.i04. 

Memoire au Conseil d'etat, section du contentieux, pour la Societe 
du Theatre frangais demandant I'annulation de deux decrets de 
M. le President de la Republique, en date du 15 novembre 1849, 
14 decembre 1849. [Paris. 1849.] 28 pp. **T.95.76 

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Menioire pour la Comedie frangaise [sur le travail de la Commission 
des theatres royaux, relatif au projet d'ordonnance, portant regle- 
ment de la Comedie. Taris. 183-?] (i), 45 pp. **T.95.72 

Observations pour les' Comedieiis frangais, sur la petition adressee 
par les auteurs dramatiques, a I'Assemblee nationale. A Paris, 
de I'imprimerie de Prault. 1790. (i), 36 pp. **T.76.io8 

Reglement interieur du Theatre-frangais. [Paris. 1833.] (i), 27 pp. 

**T.76.iio 

Soiree historique de la Comedie frangaise. (22 octobre 1852,) 
Representation solennelle en presence de S. A. I. Louis-Na- 
poleon. Paris. Didier. 1852. 96 pp. 46693.79; **T.98.i40 

Le Tlieatre-frangais. [Paris.] 1900. xii pp. Illus. Portraits. [Le 
theatre. No 30 (supplement). Mars 1900.] 26303.66 

Contains articles by Henry Fourquier, Adolphe Aderer and Frederic Masson, 
chiefly relating to the burning of the theatre. 

P3ris. Theatres. Comedie FRANgAisE. Works about. 
See also P3l3is-Roy3l, Paris. 

Banville, T. F. de. La Comedie frangaise racontee par un temoin 

de ses fautes. 1680-1863. Paris. 1863. **T.77.io2 

La lanterne magique. Camees parisiens. La Comedie fran- 
gaise. Paris. 1883. Plate. **T.97.279 

BoLOT, A. Mademoiselle Rachel et I'avenir du Theatre frangais. 
Paris. 1839. **T.46.5 

Bonnassies, J. Les auteurs dramatiques et la Comedie-frangaise a 
Paris aux xviie et xviiie siecles. D'apres des documents inedits 
extraits des Archives du Theatre-frangais. Paris. 1874. 

26693.75 ; **T.78.48 

La Comedie-frangaise. Histoire administrative. (1658-1757.) 

Paris. 1874. Table. **T.77.i42 

Comedie frangaise. Notice historique sur les anciens batiments. 

Paris. 1868. **T.96.3ii;etc. 

La Comedie-frangaise et les comediens de province aux xvii^ 

et xviiie siecles. Contestations. Debuts. Paris. 1875. *4676.96 

La musique a la Comedie-frangaise. Paris. 1874. 

No. 5 in **M.i22.i 

Les spectacles forains et la Comedie frangaise. Le droit des 

pauvres avant et apres 1789. Les auteurs dramatiques et la 
Comedie frangaise au dix-neuvieme siecle d'apres des documents 
inedits. Paris. 1875. Plate. 2677.76; **T.77.ii3 

BoNNEFONT, G. La Comedie-frangaise. Historique — statuts — bio- 
graphies — notes ef renseignements. Paris. 1884. **T.78.4 

BoucHERON, M. La divine Comedie-frangaise. Paris. [1888.] Illus. 

**T.77.i32 

BouiLLY, J. N. Soixante ans du Theatre-frangais. Paris. 1842. 

**T.98.48 

BouRGOGNE, J. DE. Uu comedicu d'autrefois — 1750-1822. Paris. 1914- 
Portrait. 4677.116 

Campardon, L. £. Les comediens du roi de la troupe frangaise pendant 
les deux derniers siecles. Documents inedits recueillis aux 
Archives nationales. Paris. 1876. **T.55.37 

Chabrol, W. F. Le Palais-Royal et le Theatre frangais. Paris. 
1879. **T.93.7 

Claretie, J. A. A. Sainte-Beuve et la Comedie-frangaise. (In Le 
'ivre d'or de Sainte-Beuve. Pp. 31-45. Paris. 1904-) *264i.i76 

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Cochrane- Baillie, A. D. R. W., ist Baron Lamington. The Theatre 

frangais in the reign of Louis xv. [A novel of stage life.] Lon- 
don. 1879. 26703.70; **T.86.3 
Delaunay, L. a. Souvenirs de M. Delaunay, de la Comedie-frangaise, 

Recueillis par le Comte Fleury. Paris. [1901.] Portrait. 

26493.26 
Descombes, J. C. F. M. Le Theatre-frangais; monument et depen- 

dances. Paris, i860. **T.96.i7o 

English analyses of the French plays represented at the Gaiety 

Theatre, London, June and July, 1879, by the Comedie frangaise. 

London. [1879.] **T.95.93 

£tienne, C. G., and A. L. D. Martainville. Histoire du Theatre- 

frangais, depuis le commencement de la Revolution jusqu'a la 

reunion generale. Paris. An X.-1802. 4 v. in 2. Portraits. 

**T.78.3i 
Fauvety, C. Memoire en faveur de la Comedie-frangaise adresse a 

la Chambre des Deputes. Paris. 1847. **T.76.i77 

Febvre, F. a. Au herd de la scene. [Reminiscences, some of which 

concern his career at the Comedie-frangaise.] Paris. 1889. 

**T.57.323 
Febvre, F. A., and T. Johnson. Album de la Comedie-frangaise. 

Paris. 1880. Portraits. **T.7i.7 

France. Acts and la-d's. Decrets concernant la Comedie frangaise. 

[Paris. 18s-?] **T.95.i28 

France. Conseil d'etat. Extrait des registres du Conseil d'etat du 

roi. [Paris. 1782.] No. 2 in **G.3562.ii 

Reglement pour les comediens frangais ordinaires du roi. 

[Paris.] 1781. No. I in **G.3562.ii 

Gallois, L. J. U. N. Biographic contemporaine des artistes du 
Theatre-frangais. Precedee d'une notice historique sur la Comedie- 
frangaise. Paris. 1867. **T.56.263 

Got, F. J. E. Journal de Edmond Got, societaire de la Comedie- 
frangaise, 1822-1901. Paris. 1910. 2 V. Portrait. Plate. 

26493.148 

Gueullette, C. Acteurs & actrices du temps passe. La Comedie 
frangaise. Serie i. Notices par Ch. Gueullette. Portraits par 
Ad. Lalauze. Paris. 1881. **T.55.i2 

Repertoire de la Comedie-frangaise (1883-91). Paris. 1885-92. 

8 V. Portraits. **T.48.20 

Houssaye, a. Behind the scenes of the Comedie frangaise and other 
recollections. London. 1889. " 2671.103; **T.75.7i 

La Comedie frangaise, 1680-1880. [Paris.] 1880. lUus. Por- 
traits. Plates. Map. **Cab. 26.29.4 

James, H., Jr. The Theatre frangais. {In Oxford book. The, of 
American essays. Pp. 368-393. New York. 1914.) 4396.223 

Janvier, T. A. The Comedie frangaise at Orange. {In his The 
Christmas kalends of Provence and some other Provengal festi- 
vals. Pp. 207-262. New York. 1902. Plates.) 4668.32 

Joannides, a. La Comedie-frangaise, 1901-14. Paris. 1902-15. 13 v. 

*467i.84; etc. 

La Comedie-frangaise de 1680 a 1900. Dictionnaire general des 

pieces et des auteurs. Paris. 1901. *467i.83 

JousLiN DE La Salle, A. F. Souvenirs sur le Theatre-frangais. (1833- 
1837.) Annotes et publics par G. Monval et le Comte Fleury. 
Paris. 1900. **T.75.S5 

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Laboullave, F. S. de. Le Theatre frangais, Mademoiselle Gcor.q-es- 

Weimer et I'Odeon, apprecies dans I'interet de I'art dramatique. 

Paris. 1822. No. 18 in **G.3562.i 

Lagrange, C. V., Sicur de. Registre de La Grange (1658-1O85). 

Precede d'une notice biographique. Public par les soins de la 

Comedie-frangaise. Paris. 1876. Portrait. **T.72.4 

La Harpe, J. F. de, and others. Reponse aux Observations pour les 

Comediens francais. [Paris. 1790?] **T.76.i64 

La Jobardiere, M. de, pseud. M. de La Jobardiere aux actcurs, 

actrices et critiques du Theatre frangais. Paris. 1815. **T,76.i2o 

La Rounat, a. N. C. R. de. Etudes dramatiques. i. Le Theatre- 

frangais: Mme Arnould-Plessy; MM. Regnier, Got, Delpiriay. 

Paris. 1884. Portrait. **T.95.75 

La Thorilliere, F. Le N. de. Premier registre de La Thorilliere 

(1653-1664). Public avec notice, notes et index par Georges 

Monval. Paris. i8go. **T,78.57 

Laugier, D. J. C. De la Comedie frangaise depuis 1830; ou, resume 

des evenemens survenus a ce theatre depuis cette epoque jusqu'en 

1844. Paris. 1844. **T.78.5 

Documents historiques sur la Comedie frangaise pendant le 

regne de S. M. I'Empereur Napoleon ler, precedes de tons les actes 
constitutifs qui regissent la societe du Theatre-frangais, depuis 
sa fondation, jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. 1853. **T.74.i; etc. 

Lemazurier, p. D. Galerie historique des acteurs du Theatre fran- 
gais, depuis 1600 jusqu'a nos jours. Ouvrage recueilli des 
memoires du temps et de la tradition. Paris. iBio. 2 v. Plate. 

**T.56.297;etc. 

Lerebours, p. v., editor. Documents pour servir a I'histoire du 

Theatre-frangais sous la Restauration, ou recueil des ecrits publies 

de 1815 a 1830. Paris. 1834. No. 2 in **M.i4i.3 

LoLiEE, F. a. La Comedie-frangaise. Histoire de la maison de 

Moliere de 1658 a 1907. Paris. 1907. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

*467i.3i 

London. Gaiety theatre. The Gaiety programme. June 2, 3, 5-30, 

July 1-12, 1879. [London. 1879.] **T.i5.i3 

Louis xviii., of France. Ordonnance sur la surveillance, rorganisation 

sociale et I'administration du Theatre frangais. [Paris. 1816.] 

**T.95.74 
Lumiere, H. Le Theatre frangais pendant la Revolution, 1789-1799. 
Avec plusieurs lettres inedites de Talma. Paris. [1894.] **T.77.i43 
Manne, a. E. D. de. Galerie historique des comediens de la troupe 
de Talma. Notices sur les principaux societaires de la Comedie 
frangoise depuis 1789 jusqu' aux trente premieres annees de ce 
siecle. Lyon. 1866. Portraits. **T.56.93 

Galerie historique des comediens frangois de la troupe de 

Voltaire. Lyon. 1877. Portraits. 4644.51; **T.56.92 

Manne, A. E. D. de, and C. Menetrier. Galerie historique de la 

Comedie frangaise. Pour servir de complement a La troupe de 

Talma. Lyon. 1876. Portraits. 2656.66; **T.56.94 

Monval, G. H. M. Comedie-frangaise. (1658-1900.) Liste alpha- 

betique des societaires depuis Moliere jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. 

1900. 4671.87 

MouHY, C. DE F., Chevalier de. Abrege de I'histoire du Theatre 

frangois, depuis son origine jusqu'au premier juin, 1780. A Paris. 

1780. 3 v. Portrait. **T.76.ii9 

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naire des pieces et I'abrege de I'histoire des auteurs & des acteurs. 
A Paris. 1752-58. **T.78.67;etc. 

MuRET, T. C. Histoire theatrale. Le Theatre-frangais de la rue de 
Richelieu. Rouen. 1861. **T.76.69; etc. 

Noel, E. La Comedie-frangaise en 1877, Paris. 1878. Portrait. 

**T.76.82 

Opera et Comedie-frangaise. Carnet des abonnes. Paris. [1894?] 

**T.79.26 

Paccard, T- E. Le petit homme noir aux acteurs et actrices du 
Theatre frangais. Paris. 1815. **T.57.368 

Parfaict, F., and C. Parfaict. Histoire du Theatre frangois, depuis 
son origine jusqu'a present. A Amsterdam. 1745-49. ^5 v. 

**T.78.24;etc. 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. La Comedie-frangaise et la Revolution. 
Scenes, recits et notices. Paris. [190-?! 4676.128 

Perrin, E. C. V. Toast porte par M. £mile Perrin dans le banquet 
d'adieux offert a M. Regnier par les societaires de la Comedie- 
frangaise, le 14 octobre. 1875. Paris. 1875. ^ **T.97.i28 

Peyre, R. Les galeries celebres. Le foyer des artistes a la Comedie- 
frangaise. Paris. 1895. **T.95.66 

PoiNSOT, A. E. Journal intime de la Comedie frangaise. (1852- 
1871.) Paris. 1879. 2639.68;** T.77.145 

Pollock, J., Lady. The Comedie frangaise. (From the Con- 
temporary Review.) [Boston. 1871.] No. 12 in **G.3822.3 

Potier de Lille, L. Justification des comediens frangois. Opinions 
sur les chefs-ceuvres des auteurs morts, & projet de decret 
portant reglement entre les auteurs dramatiques & tons les 
comediens du royaume. [Paris? 1790.] **T.76.i63 

RicoRD, A. Les fastes de la Comedie-frangaise, et portraits des plus 
celebres acteurs. Precedes d'un apergu sur sa situation presente, 
et sur les moyens propres a prevenir sa ruine. Paris. 1821, 22. 
2 V. **T.77.8 

Samson, J. L Theatre frangais. [Paris? 18—?] **T.97.i8i 

Seveste, E. De la situation du Theatre frangais, et des ameliorations 
a introduire dans son administration. [Paris. 1839.] **T.95.70 

SiMONNiN, A. J. B. Du public, de I'autorite et du theatre, en 1821. 
Paris. [1821?] No. ID in **G.3562.i 

SouBiES, A. La Comedie frangaise depuis I'epoque romantique. 1825- 
1894. Paris. 1895. Tables. **T.73.3 

Talma, F. J. Reponse au memoire de la Comedie frangaise. A Paris. 
[1790.] **T.76.i62 

Thierry, £. La Comedie frangaise pendant les deux sieges (1870- 
1871). Journal de I'administrateur general. Paris. 1887. 

4694.50; **T.76.i72 

ViLLEMAREST, C. M. C. DE. Lc rideau dechire. Theatre frangais. 
Paris. 1820. No. 8 in **G.3562.i 

Weiss, J. J. A. Trois annees de theatre, 1883-1885. Autour de la 
Comedie-frangaise. Paris. 1892. 2676.142; **T.47.8i 

Paris. Theatres. Comedie francaise. Mus^e. 

Dacier, E. Le Musee de la Comedie-frangaise, 1680-1905. Paris. 
1905. Illus. Portraits. Plates. _ *467i.34 

Delorme, L. R. Le Musee de la Comedie-frangaise. Paris. 1878. 

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MoxvAL, G. H. M. Les collections de la Comedic-frangaise. Cata- 
logue historique et raisonne. Paris. 1897. Portraits. Plates. *4oSi.52 
Paris. Theatres. Comedie italienne. See Italian players in Fry^nce. 
Paris. Theatres. Delassements-comiques, 1841-1862. 

Prevel, J., and T. J. £. Cardon. Les theatres de Paris. Histoire 
des Delassements-comiques. Paris. 1862. **T.79.23 

Paris. Theatres. Diorama. 

Daguerre, L. J. M. Notice explicative des tableaux exposes au 
Diorama. [Paris. 1822?] 40793.213 

Paris. Theatres. Free Theatre. See Paris. Theatres. Theatre libre. 
Paris. Theatres. Gymnase. 

ViEiL HABITUE, Un, pseiid. Le coup de lance du Gymnase, ou la 

decadence du vaudeville; revue critique des acteurs et actrices de 

ce theatre. Pot-pourri par un vieil habitue [pseud. Vers]. Paris. 

1821. No. i6iu **G.3562.i 

Paris. Theatres. Nouveautes. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Les Nouveautes. 

1827-1832 1866-1873 1878-1906. Paris. 1907. Plate. 

*4677.iio 
Paris. Theatres. Odeon. 

Andre-Murville, p. N. Les infiniment petits, ou precis anecdotique 
des evenemens qui se sont passes au Theatre de I'Odeon les 22 
et 29 noyembre 1812, et details sur les vices d'administration de 
ce theatre, qui sont cause de tous ces desordres. Paris. 1813. 

**T.96.277 
Brunetiere, M. F. Les epoques du theatre frangais. (1636-1850.) 
Paris. 1892. 2694.93 ;**T.47.76 

Deux cotes, Les, du rideau de tole. (Second Theatre-frangais.) Par 
un homme qui paie sa place. Paris. 1821. No. 14 in **G.3562.i 
Duval, A. V. P. Affaire de I'Odeon. Memoire en vers, en reponse 
au memoire en prose de M. I'avocat de la liste civile. A Paris. 
1816. No. 3 in *4653-i5 

Laboullaye, F. S. de. Le Theatre frangais. Mademoiselle Georges- 
Weimer et I'Odeon, apprecies dans I'interet de I'art dramatique. 
Paris. 1822. No. 18 in **G.3562.i 

Parfouru, p. D., and G. H. M. Monval. L'Odeon. Histoire ad- 
ministrative, anecdotique et litteraire du second Theatre frangais. 
Paris. 1876, 82. 2 v. 26703.50; **T.75.4i 

Pradel. J. J. B. F. de C.. Comtc de. [Reg-lement pour le second 
Theatre frangais. Paris. 1819.] **T.95.i29 

Question, La, de I'Odeon. Lettre a son editeur par ***. Paris. 1879. 

**T.77.i74 
Paris. Theatres. L' Opera. 

Ah! comme ils mentent! [Paris. 1802.] No. 4 in **G.i57.io 

Album de I'Opera. Principales scenes des meilleurs ouvrages repre- 

sentes sur la scene de I'Academie royale de musique. Paris. 

[184-?] Portraits. Plates. **M.i22.i8; etc. 

Arago, J. £. V. Memoires d'un petit banc de I'Opera. Paris. 1844. 

**M. 1293.16 

Baudry, p. J. A. Peintures decoratives du grand foyer de I'Opera. 

Notice par E. About. Paris. 1876. 33 plates. *Cab.8o.i43.3; etc. 

Berger.\t, a. £. Peintures decoratives de Paul Baudry au grand 

foyer de I'Opera. fitude critique avec preface de Theophile 

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No. 4 in **M.2o6.i9 
Blaze, F. H. J. L'Academie imperiale de musique: histoire litteraire, 
musicale . . . de 1645 a 1855. Paris. 1855. 2 v. 

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Memorial du grand-opera, fipilogue de I'Academie royale de 

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BoiGNE, C. DE. Petits memoires de I'Opera.- Paris. 1857. **M.i39.i 
BouTRON, . Declarations de M. Boutron, machiniste en chef de 

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BoYssE, E. Les abonnes de I'Opera (1783-1786). Paris. 1881. 

Portraits. Plates. **M.ii3.5 

Bully, E. A. R. de. L'Opera. Paris. 1854. Plate. **M.377.3o 
Campardon, L. fi. L'Academie royale de musique au xviiie siecle. 

Documents inedits decouverts aux Archives nationales. Paris. 

1884. 2 V. **M.372.i6 

Cochin, C. N. Lettres sur I'Opera. Paris. 1781. No. 3 in **M. 208. 21 
Crapelet, G. a. Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Quinault, 

suivie de pieces relatives a I'etablissement de I'Opera. Paris. 

1824. _ No. 3 in **M. 136.12; etc. 

Desarbres, N. Deux siecles a I'Opera (1668-1868). Paris. 1868. 

8049.25; **M.ii8.i 

Sept ans a I'Opera. Souvenirs anecdotiques d'un secretaire 

particulier. Paris. 1864. Illus. **M.ii8.2 

Deville, p. F. a. Arnoldiana, ou Sophie Arnould et ses con- 

temporaines. Paris. 1813. Portrait. **M.377.2i 

Didron, a. N. Iconographie de I'Opera. Paris. 1864. 

No. 4 in **M.2i8.4 
DuPORT, J. L. Reponse a un pamphlet intitule. Opinion d'un habitue 

de I'Academie imperiale de musique, dans I'affaire de M. Duport. 

[Paris. 1804?] No. 6 in **G.i57.io 

EzvAR Du Fayl, . Academic nationale de musique, 1671-1877. 

Repertoire general; description du monument. 200 notices sur 

les artistes de I'Opera. Plans du monument et de la salle. Paris. 

1878. Plates. Plans. 26393.55; **M.i29a.ii 

Fantasmagorie, La, des menus. [Paris. 18 — ?] No. 7 in **G.i57.io 
Faucon, T. T. The new Opera. The monument — the artists. 

Paris. 1875. Portraits. Plates. 2639.12 

Filles, Les, d'Opera et les virtuoses de table d'hote. Paris. 1846. 

**T.99.28 
Gabriel, J. Examen des causes destructives du theatre de I'Opera, 

et des moyens qu'on pourroit employer pour le retablir. A 

Londres. 1776. No. 3 in **G,3562.2 

Garnier, J. L. C. [Nouvel Opera. Copies of the original plans. 

Paris. 1867.] 4 v. 454 plans. *Cab.6o.72.i 

Le nouvel Opera de Paris. Paris. 1878-81. Text, 2 v.; Atlas, 

2 V. in I. Portrait. 100 plates. **M.i7.i 

Gheusi, p. B. L'Opera romanesque. [Roman.] Paris. [1909.] 

6699.265 
Gr^goir, E. G. J. Des gloires de I'Opera et la musique a Paris. 

Documents recueillis sur I'Opera et autres theatres a Paris. 

Bruxelles. 1878, 81. 3v. Portraits. **M.i34.5 

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Paris. Theatres. L'Opera. (Continued.) 

GuiLLAUMOT, A. Costumes des ballets du roy. Archives de I'Opera, 

xviiie siecle. 20 planches en couleur. Paris. 1885. **T.92.7 

J T. DE. De la nouvclle salle de I'Opera. Paris. 182T. 

Plate. No. 17 in **G.3562.i 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. L'opera secret au xviiie siecle. 1770-1790. Aven- 

tures et intrigues secretes racontees d'apres les papiers inedits 

conserves aux archives de I'fitat et de I'Opera. Paris. 18S0. 

Tables. 4674.60; **M.i45.29 

Paris dilettante au commencement du siecle. Paris. 1884. 

Illus. 2670.54; **M.377;54 

Un potentat musical: Papillon de La Ferte: son regne a I'Opera 

de 17S0 a 1790. Paris. 1876. 4044-59 

Kerst, L. L'Opera et M. Halanzier. Paris. 1877. 

No. 5 in **M.372.2i 
Lajarte, T. fi. DU F. DE. Bibliotheqne musicale du theatre de I'Opera. 

Catalogue historique, chronologique, anecdotique. Paris. 1878. 

2 V. Portraits. Plates. **M.i32.i3; etc. 

Curiosites de I'Opera. Paris. 1883. Facsimiles. **M. 138.10 

Lasalle, A. DE. Les treize salles de I'Opera. Paris. 1875. 

6664.51 ;**M.i39.i2 
Lays, Francois Lay, called Lays. Lays, artiste du Theatre des arts 

a ses concitoyens. [Paris. I795-] No. 2 in **G.i57.io 

Lettre a Madame de B., sur la nouvelle salle de I'Opera. Paris. 

1821. Map. No. 5 in **M.i26.8 

Lusson, a. L. Projet d'un theatre d'opera definitif pour la ville de 

Paris. En remplacement de I'Opera provisoire et recherches sur 

le lieu propre a son erection. Paris. 1846. Maps. Plans. 

No. 5 in **M.ii2.i6 
Merle, J. T. De I'Opera. Paris. 1827. No. 6 in **M.37o.65; etc. 

Lettre a un compositeur frangais sur I'etat actuel de I'Opera. 

Paris. 1827. No. 3 in **M.373.23;etc. 

Meusnier DE QuERLON, A. G. Lc code lyrique ou reglement pour 
I'Opera de Paris. Avec des eclairclssemens historiques. A Utopie 
[i. e. Paris]. 1743. **M.377.37; etc. 

NovERRE, J. G. Observations sur la construction d'une nouvelle 
salle de I'Opera. A Amsterdam. 1781. **T.77.48 

Opera, L': eaux-fortes et quatrains. Paris. 1876. Plate. 51 portraits. 

**M.ii9.ii 

Opera et Comedie-franqaise. Carnet des abonnes. Paris. [1894?] 

**T.79,26 

Palianti, L. Souvenir de dix ans. Theatre imperiale de I'Opera. 
Paris. 1865. No. 4 in **M.i37.io 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Un directeur d'Opera au dix-huitieme 
siecle [Jacques Devismes]. L'Opera sous I'ancien regime: 
I'Opera sous la Revolution. Paris. 1914. 4048.264 

PoNTECouLANT, L. A. Le D., Covite DE, and £. Fournier. La musique 
chez le peuple, ou I'Opera-national: son passe et son avenir sur 
le Boulevard du Temple. Paris. 1847. No. 4in **M.i47.3.i 

Qu.\TRE tetes. Les, vision. [Paris. 179-?] 7 pp. No. 3 in **G.i57.io 

Requeste de deux actrices d'Opera a Momus avec son ordonnance. 
A la Haye. 1763. **T.79.i5 

RoQUEPLAN, L. V. N. Les coulisses de I'Opera. Paris. 1855. 

No. 2 in **M. 1293.33 

RoYER, A. Histoire de I'Opera. Paris. 1875. Portraits. **M.i37.i 



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Paris. Theatres. L'Opera. (Continued.) 

Second, A. Les petits mysteres de I'Opera. Paris. 1844. Tllus. 

**M.i43.i7 

SouBiES, £. J. A. Soixante-sept ans a I'Opera en une page. Du 
"Siege de Corinthe" a "La Walkyrie." (1826-1893.) Paris. 1893. 
Table. **M.2i4.i7 

SuR I'Opera et sur le danger auquel il vient d'echapper. Paris. 
[182-?] No.4in**M.i26.8 

Touciiard-Lafosse, G. Chroniques secretes et galantes de I'Opera. 
1667-1844. Paris. 1846. 4 V. in 2. **M.i43.i9 

Travenol, L., and J. B. Durey de Noinville. Histoire du theatre 
de I'Opera en France. Depuis I'etablissement de TAcademie 
royale de musique jusqu'a present. A Paris. 1753. 2 v. in i. 

**M.i46.23;etc. 

Truinet, C. L. fi. Le nouvel Opera. Paris. 1875. Illus. Plate. 
Map. Plans. 2639.59; **M.i39.ii 

ViEiL abonne, Un, pseud. Ces demoiselles de I'Opera. Paris. 1887. 

**M.i27.6o 

[Views. Paris. 1875.] 3 wood cuts on 2 sheets. *463i.2 

Paris. Theatres. Opera comique. 

Chenevier, p. L'incendie de I'Opera-comique de Paris et le theatre 
de surete. Paris. 1888. No. i in **M.i22.i 

GiLARDONE, F. Zum Brand der ,,Komischen Oper" in Paris. Wie 
schiitzt man die alteren Theatergebaude am Besten gegen Feuers- 
gefahr — wie beugt man in ihnen moglichst einer Panik vor? Wie 
bant die Nenzeit? Eine zeitgemasse Studie. Hagenau i. Elsass. 
1887. Illus. Portrait. Plates. Plans. **T.75.59 

Heulhard, L. O. a. Jean Monnet. Vie et aventures d'un entre- 
preneur de spectacles au xviiie siecle avec un appendice sur 
I'Opera-comique de 1752 a 1758. Paris. 1884. Portrait. Plate. 
Table. **T.96.2; etc. 

HuRET, J. Le Theatre national de I'Opera comique. Avec la col- 
laboration artistique de F.-G. Dumas. Paris. [1898.] Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. 4092.78; **M.375.26 

JuLLiEN, J. A. Histoire du theatre de I'Opera comique. A Paris. 
1769. 2 V. **M. 1293.15 

Lettre des societaires pretendus revokes du Theatre royal de 
I'Opera-comique, a Monsieur Guilbert de Pixerecourt, directeur du 
meme theatre. Paris. 1827. **T.97.i8 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Figures d'Opera-comique: Madame 
Dugazon, Elleviou, les Gavandan. Paris. 1875. Portraits. **M.i37.2 

Raphanel, J. Histoire au jour le jour de I'Opera-comique. Premiere 
serie: ler Janvier- 30 juin, 1898. Paris. 1898. No. 2 in **M. 102.22 

Soubies, fi. J. A. Soixante-neuf ans a rOpera-comique en deux pages. 
De la premiere de "La dame blanche" a la millieme de "Mignon." 
1825-1894. Paris. 1894, Charts. *404i.i28 

SouBTES, E. J. A., and C. T. Malherbe. Histoire de I'Opera-comique. 
La seconde Salle Favart. 1840-1887. Paris. 1892, 93. 2 v. Plate. 

**M.i39a.ii 

Precis de I'histoire de I'Opera-comique. Paris. 1887. 

26393.67; **M. 1293.35; etc. 

Soulier, E. L. Histoire du Theatre royal de I'Opera-comique. Paris. 
1847. No. 8 in **M.37o.65 

Thurner, a. Les transformations de I'Opera-comique. Paris. 1865. 

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Paris. Theatres. Opera italien. See Paris. Theatres. Theatre italien. 
Paris. Theatres. Panorama dramatique. 

Lecomte. L. H. Histoire des theatres: Le Panorama dramatique. 
1821-1823. Paris. 1900. Plate. **T.96.34i 

Histoire des theatres de Paris: Les Jeux gymniques 1810-1812. 

Le Panorama dramatique 1821-1823. Paris. 1908. Plate. *4677.iii 
Paris. Theatres. Porte St. Martin. 

T., E. B. Le theatre S* Martin, revue satirique, critique, ou tout ce 
que Ton voudra, en 82 lignes de prose soi-disant rimee. Paris. 
1820. No. 7 in **G.3562.i 

Paris. Theatres. La Renaissance. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: La Renaissance. 
1838-1841, 1868, 1873-1904. Paris. 1905. Plate. *4677.io2 

Paris. Theatres. Salle hes jeux gymniques. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Les Jeux gymniques 
1810-1812; Le Panorama dramatique 1821-1823. Paris. 1908. 
Plate. *4677.iii 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre d'application. 

Auteurs et acteurs. Catalogue de I'exposition de portraits installee 
dans les galeries du Theatre d'application. Precede d'une preface 
de Jules Claretie. Paris. 1889. Portraits. Plates. **T.65.i4; etc. 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre de l'egalite. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Le Theatre national; 
Le Theatre de l'egalite, 1793-1794. Paris. 1907. Plate, *4677.i09 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre de l'Hotel de Bourgogne, 

RiGAL, E, P. M, Hotel de Bourgogne et Marais, Esquisse d'une 
histoire des theatres de Paris de 1548 a 1635. Paris, 1887, **T.79.i 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre de la cite, 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Le Theatre de la 
cite, 1792-1807. Paris. 1910. Plate. *4677.ii3 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre de la republique. 

Coste d'Arnobat, C. P. Lettre d'un comedien du Theatre de la 
republique, aux demoiselles Gros et Bourguoin, dent les debuts 
doivent suivre celui de mademoiselle Volnay, [Aussi] Lettre du 
citoyen Palissot, a la citoyenne Bourguoin, sur ses debuts au 
Theatre de la republique. Paris. An ix [1801]. No. 5 in **G.3562.2 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre de Seraphin, 

Feu le Theatre de Seraphin depuis son origine jusqu'a sa disparition. 
1776-1870. Paris, 1872. **T.96.i45 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre des folies-nouvelles. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Les Folies-nouvelles, 

1854-1859 1871-1872 1880, Paris, 1909. Pk'.te, *4677.ii2 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre des jeunes artistes. 

Savard, F. Les petits mysteres de I'ficole lyrique, Paris, 1862, 
Portrait, **T.59.i7 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre des petits cabinets. 

JuLLiEN, J. L, A, Histoire du theatre de Madame de Pompadour dit 
Theatre des petits cabinets, Paris, 1874, Plates, No, 3 in **M.i22.i 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre des varietes. 

BouTET de Monvel, R. Les Varietes. 1850-1870. Paris, [1905,] 

**T.77.i2i 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre du Chatelet. 

Daly, C, and G, J, A. Davioud. Architecture contemporaine, Les 
theatres de la Place du Chatelet: Theatre du Chatelet: Theatre- 
lyrique. Paris, [1874,] 64 plates. *Cab.6o.74.2 



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Paris. Theatres. Theatre du Marais. 

RiGAL, E. P. M. Hotel de Eourgogne et Marais. Esquisse d'une 
histoire des theatres de Paris de 1548 a 1635. Paris. 1887. **T.79.i 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre du Palais royal. 

HuGOT, E. Histoire litteraire, critique et anecdotique du Theatre 
du Palais-royal, 1784-1884. Paris. 1886. **T.77.i49; etc. 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre du vaudeville. 

Les 2, 3 et 4 septembre 1886. La troupe americaine d'Augustin Daly 
du Daly's Theatre, New-York, donnera une serie de representa- 
tions au Theatre du vaudeville. [Programmes et resumes. Pans. 
Imprimerie nouvelle.] 1886. 8 pp. **T.ii.8 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre du vaudeville. Works about. 

Magne, a. Monographies du nouveau Theatre du vaudeville, erige 
par la ville de Paris. Paris. 1873. 30 plates. *Cab.6o.8i.3 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre du vieux colombier. 

A new French theatre in America. Theatre du vieux colombier, 
Paris — New York. 1917-1918. [New York. 1917.] (18) pp. 
Autograph facsimile. **T.77.232 

A short account of the Paris theatre, with testimonials of its success and a 
biographical sketch of Copeau, its founder. There is also a prospectus of the 
191 7-18 season at the New York theatre. 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre erotioue francais. 

Delvau, a. Le Theatre erotique franqais sous le Bas-Empire. Paris. 
[186-?] **T.77.203 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre francais, second. See Paris. Theatres. Odeon. 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre historioue. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Le Theatre historique. 
1847-1851, 1862, 1875-1879, 1890-1891. Paris. 1906. Plate. *4677.io3 
Smith, A. R. Why our theatres are not supported; with a few words 
about the late riots at Drury Lane [which took place at the 
performances given by the company of the Theatre historique of 
Paris]. London. 1848. **T.96.i9o; etc. 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre italien. 

Blaze, F. H. J. L'Opera italien, de 1548 a 1856. Paris. 1856. 

8045.13; **M.ii5.9 

Dilettante, Pn, pseud. Observations desinteressees sur I'administra- 

tion du Theatre royal italien, adressees a M. Viotti. Paris. 1821. 

No. 15 in **G.3562.i 
Isidore Baurel, ou les mysteres du Theatre idalien. Conte chinois. 
Paris. 1884. No. i in **M. 138.15; etc. 
Ortigue, J. L. d'. Du Theatre italien et de son influence sur le gout 
musical frangois. Paris. 1840. **M.433.i7 
SouBiES, E. J. A. Le Theatre-italien au temps de Napoleon et de 
la Restauration. D'apres des documents inedits. Paris. 1910. 
Illus. Portraits. Plates. 4671-36 
Le Theatre-italien. de 1801 a 1913. Paris. 1913. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. Plans. *467i.42 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre libre. 

Le Theatre libre. Mai 1890. [Paris. 1890.] (2), iv, 186, (6^ pp. 
Plans. 4693-53; **T.77-23 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre libre. Works about. 

Darzens, R. Le Theatre libre illustre. Dessins de Lucien Metivtt. 
Paris. 1890. 2 V. in i. Illus. Portraits. **T.74.i4 

Thalasso, a. Le Theatre libre. Essai critique, historique et docu- 
mentaire. Suivi de notices biographiques, et precede d'une pre- 
face par Jean JuUien. Paris. 1909. 4677.141 



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Paris. Theatres. Theatre lyrique. 

Daly, C, and G. J. A. Davioud. Architecture contemporaine. Les 

theatres de la Place du Chatelet: Theatre du Chatelet: Theatre- 

lyrique. Paris. [1874.] 64 plates. *Cab.6o.74.2 

Lasalle, a. de. Memorial du Theatre-lyrique. Catalogue raisonne 

des cent quatre-vingt deux operas qui y ont ete representes 

depuis sa fondation jusqu'a I'incendie de la salle de la Place du 

Chatelet, avec des notes biographiques et bibliographiques. Paris. 

1877. No. 2in**M.i45.i8 

Soubies, fi. J. A. Histoire du Theatre-lyrique. 1851-70. Paris. 

1899. Table. 4041.36 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre Montparnasse. 

Thelmier, J. A. Histoire du Theatre Montparnasse. i8ig-i886. 
Paris. 1886. Plan. **T.98.i8 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre national. 

Lecomte. L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Le Theatre national; 
Le Theatre de I'egalite, 1793-1794. Paris. 1907. Plate. 

*4677.io9 
Paris. Theatres. Theatre Scribe. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Les Fantaisies 
Parisiennes — I'Athenee — Le Theatre Scribe — I'Athenee-Comique. 
1865-1911. Paris. 1912. Portrait. *2639a.i38 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre- Ventadour. 

FouQUE, P. O. Histoire du Theatre-Ventadour. — 1829-1879. — Opera- 
comique. — Theatre de la Renaissance. — Theatre-italien. Paris. 
i88r. **T.95.86 

Paris. Theatres. Varietes amusantes. 

Lecomte, L. H. Histoire des theatres de Paris: Les Varietes 
amusantes, 1778-1789, 1793-1798, 1803, 1804, 1815. Paris. 1908. 
Plate. *4677.ii5 

Paris. Viezvs. 

Barker, H. A., and J. Burford. Explanation of the view of the 

interior of the city of Paris, now exhibiting in Henry Aston 

Barker and John Burford's panorama. Strand. [London.] 1816. 

Plate. **T.96.297 

Paris galant au dix-huitieme siecle. Capon, G., and R. Yve-Plessis. 

**T.75.42 
Paris I'ete. Vitu, A. C. J. **T.98.i4i 

Paris-portrait. 

Collection de Paris-portrait: ancien Paris-theatre. [Hebdomadaire.] 

Publication litteraire et artistique contenant les portraits & les 

biographies des celebrites contemporaines. Annee 1-7. 1873/74- 

79/80. Paris. 1873-80. 7 V. in 4. Portraits. **T.2i.5 

Paris s'amuse. Veron, P. **T.97.2i3; etc. 

Paris-theatre. See Paris-portrait. 

Parish theatre, The. Smith, J. T. 6257.145 

Parisis, , Abbe. 

Questions importantes sur la comedie de nos jours. Bruxelles. 
Vanderborght. 1829. (3), x, 241, (i) pp. **T.78.s6 

Park, A. J. 

The variety stage. A history of the music halls from the earliest 
period to the present time. By Charles Douglas Stuart and A. J. 
Park. London. Unwin. [1895.] xii, 255, (i) pp. **T.97.i74 

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Parker, George. 

A view of society and manners in high and low life; being the 
adventures in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, &c., 
of G. Parker. Comprised, a history of the stage itinerant. Lon- 
don: Printed for the author. 1781. 2 v. **T.58.66 
Parker, Horatio William, editor. 

Music and drama. Boston. Hall & Locke Co. [iQH-] xxii, 393, 
(i) pp. Portraits. Colored plates. Autograph facsimile. [Hyde, 
William De Witt, editor. Vocations. Vol. 9.] Z.40C 22.1.9 

Contents. (Section on drama ) — -Sir Henry Irving: The art of acting. — Brander 
Matthews: Must a great actor be a genius? — Julia Marlowe: The art of the 
theater. — Richard Mansfield: Concerning acting. — Louise Closser Hale: The 
theater : a school for discipline. — Sarah Bernhardt : A word to "stage-struck" 
girls. — Ethel Alec-Tweedie: The glamour of the stage. — Nathaniel C. Fowler: 
The stage. — James Lauren Ford: The appeal of the stage. — William Winter: 
Famous actors of the nineteenth century. — Lilian Whiting: Charlotte Cushman. 
— Ellen Terry: The end of my apprenticeship. — Clara Morris: Recollections 
of the stage and its people. — John N. Raphael: Coquelin. 
Supplementary readings p. (394). Forms part of Young folks' library. 

Parker, John, editor. 

Green Room Book, The, or. Who's who on the stage. 1906-09. New 
York [& London. 1906-09]. 4 v. Portraits. **T.27.i5 

Who's who in the theatre. A biographical record of the con- 
temporary stage. London. 1914. Plans. *6252.77 
Parkes, Joseph. 

The plagiary "warned." A vindication of the drama, the stage, and 
public morals, from the plagiarisms and compilations of the Rev^ 
John Angell James, in a letter to the author. [Anon.] Birming- 
ham. Drake. 1824. vii, 113 pp. **T.75.62 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **G.3824.i3. 

Same. 2d edition, with alterations. (In The Pamphleteer. Vol. 25, 
pp. 217-275. London. 1825.) *657i.i.25 

Parodi, Teresa. 

Pray, I. C. Teresa Parodi and the Italian opera. New York. 1851. 
Portraits. **M. 105.30 

Parodies and burlesques. 

A Beckett, G. A. The quizziology of the British drama. Com- 
prising I. — Stage passions. 11. — Stage characters, iii. — Stage 
plays. London. 1846. Illus. **T.48.3 

Adams, W. D. A book of burlesque. Sketches of English stage 
travestie and parody. London. 1891. Portraits. 

4573.130; **T.47.63 

Parody, A, and answer to W. C. C.'s essay on the evil tendency of the 

theatre. By "a man of the world;" but not a "Macsycophant" 

[pseud.]. Edinburgh. The Author. 1834. (i), 37 pp. **T.95.34 

Paroisse-Pougin, Frangois Auguste Arthur. 

Acteurs et actrices d'autrefois. Histoire anecdotique des theatres a 

Paris depuis trois cent ans. Paris. Juven & c'e. [1897.] (5), 

278 pp. Illus. Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. **T.56.269 

La Comedie-frangaise et la Revolution. Scenes, recits et notices. 

Paris. Gaultier, Magnier & cie. [190-?] (5), 332, (i) pp. 4676.128 

Contents. — ■ La Comedie frangaise et la Revolution. — Vie et mort tragiques 
d'une tragedienne [Mile Des Garcins]. — Un comedien revolutionnaire [Gram- 
mont]. 

Dictionnaire historique et pittoresque du theatre et des arts qui s'y 
rattachent. Paris. Firmin-Didot & cie. 1885. xv, 775 pp. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates, some colored. **T.73.6 

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Paroisse-Pougin, Frangois Auguste Arthur. (Continued.) 

Un directeur d'opera au dix-huitieme siecle [Jacques Devismes]. 

L'Opera sous I'ancien regime: I'Opera sous la Revolution. Paris. 

Fischbacher. 1914. 143 pp. 4048.264 

Figures d'Opera-comique: Madame Dugazon, Elleviou, les Gavaudan. 

Paris. Tresse. 1875. (3), 234, (i) pp. Portraits. **M. 137.2 

Marie Malibran. The story of a great singer. London. Nash. 191 1. 

324 pp. Portrait. 4047.303 

Moliere et I'opera-comique. Le Sicilien ou I'amour peintre. Paris. 

^ Baur. 1882. (3), 64 pp. **T.56.33 

Paroisse-Pougin, Frangois Auguste Arthur, editor. 

Desbordes, M. F. J., Dame Valmore. La jeunesse de Mme. Desbordes- 
Valmore. d'apres des documents nouveaux. Suivie de [ses] 
Lettres inedites. Paris. 1898. 2647.82 

Paroisse-Pougin, Frangois Auguste Arthur, prefacer. 

IsNARDON, J. Le Theatre de la Monnaie depuis sa fondation jusqu'a 
nos jours. Bruxelles. 1890. Portraits. Plates. **T.74.5 

Parry, Edward Abbott. 

Charles Macklin. London. Kegan Paul, Trench, Triibner & Co., Ltd. 
1891. (7), 208 pp. [Eminent actors.] 2546.116 

Same. New York. Longmans, Green, & Co. **T.57.3 

Parsons, Mrs. Clement. See Parsons, Florence Mary. 
Parsons, Florence Mary. 

Garrick and his circle. New York. Putnam. 1906. xxiii, 418 pp. 
Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. Autograph facsimile. 4544.221 

Some works consulted, pp. xvii-xx. An almanack of contemporary events, pp. 
xxi-xxiii. 

The incomparable Siddons. London. Methuen & Co. [1909.] xix. 
298, (i) pp. Portraits. Plates. Facsimile. Manuscript facsimiles. 
Works consulted, pp. xv-xvii. **T,';6 107 

Same. New York. Putnam. 4547.219 
Parsons, Louella O. 

How to write for the "movies." Chicago. McClurg & Co. 1915. 

(9), 202 pp. 80393.70 
Parsons, Thomas William. 

Address to the assembly at the opening of the Player's Club in New 

York. [Verse. New York. 1888.] (3) pp. *A.6728.4 

The address was accompanied by the presentation of a wreath to Edwin Booth. 

Parsons, William. 

Bellamy, T. The life of William Parsons, comedian. Added, his 
Dramatic character, by John Litchfield, and A letter of intel- 
ligence, from Charles Dibdin. London. 1795. No. 2 in **T.96.228 

Parterre, The, of fiction, poetry, history, and general literature. [Weekly.] 
No. 133-140. Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 1837. [London. 1837.] 96 pp. Illus. 

Contains a few articles on theatrical matters. **T.26.4r 

Partridge, J. Bernard, illustrator. 

Jerome, J. K. Stage-land: curious habits and customs of its in- 
habitants. London. 1890. Illus. Plates. **T.46.33 ; etc. 
London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. Souvenir of Becket, by Alfred] 
Lord Tennyson. First presented at the Lyceum Theatre, Sth 
February, 1893, by Henry Irving. London. 1893. (12) plates. 

**T.58.i52;etc. 

Souvenir of Kmg Arthur, by J. Comyns Carr. First presented 

at the Lyceum Theatre by Henry Irving. Illustrated by J. 
Bernard Partridge and Hawes Craven. London. [1895.] 

**T.58.i50 
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Souvenir of King Henry the Eighth, presented at the Lyceum 

Theatre, 5th January, 1892, by Henry Irving. London. 1892. (15) 
plates. **T.58.i5i;etc. 

Souvenir of Macbeth produced at the Lyceum Theatre, by 

Henry Irving, 29th December, 1888. Illustrated by Charles Catter- 
mole & J. Bernard Partridge. London. 1888. lUus. Plates. 

6594.26; **T.58.i49 

Souvenirs of the Dead Heart, by Watts Phillips, presented 

at the Lyceum Theatre, by Henry Irving, 28th Sept., 1889. Lon- 
don. 1889. (13) plates. 65703.13 

Partridge, Simon, pseud. See Woodward, Henry. 
Pascoe, Charles Eyre. 

The dramatic list: a record of the principal performances of living 
actors of the British stage. With criticisms from contemporary 
journals. London. Hardwicke & Bogue. 1879. (i), v, 358 pp. 

**T.57.307 

Same. Boston. Roberts. *2459.72 

Same. 2d edition, enlarged. Our actors and actresses. The dramatic 

list. London. Bogue. 1880. iv, 432 pp. **T.57.3o8 

Pascoe, Charles Eyre, editor. 

Dramatic Notes. A year-book of the stage. 1879, 1880/81-84/85, 
89-92. London. 1879-92. 8 v. in 5. lUus. Portraits. **T.26.38 
Pasque, Ernst Heinrich Anton. 

Goethe's Theaterleitung in Weimar. In Episoden und Urkunden 
dargestellt. Leipzig. Weber. 1863. 2 v. 48893.8 

Pasquin, Anthony, Esq., pseud. See Williams, JoJin. 
P3st and present state, The, of dramatic art and literature. [Anon.] 

See Tomlins, Frederick Guest. 
Pastor, Cristobal Perez. See Perez Pastor, Cristobal. 
Paterson, Peter. 

The confessions of a strolling player; or three years' experience in 
theatres rural. London. Bertram & Co. 1852. 42 pp. **T.57.442 
Glimpses of real life as seen in the theatrical world and in Bohemia. 
The confessions of Peter Paterson, a strolling comedian. Edin- 
burgh. Nimmo. 1864. xii. 352 pp. 2576.i74;**T.57.i52 

On the English theatres. This is a much enlarged edition of the preceding. 

Paton, Mary Anne. 

Memoir of Mr. and Mrs. Wood, containing an account of the prin- 
cipal events in the lives of these celebrated vocalists; and a full 
statement of the popular disturbances at the Park Theatre, New 
York. Boston. [1840.] No. i in **M. 377.53 

Patte, Pierre. 

Essai sur I'architecture theatrale. Ou de I'ordonnance la plus avan- 
tageuse a une salle.de spectacles, relativement aux principes de 
I'optique & de I'acoustique. Avec un examen des principaux 
theatres de I'Europe, & une analyse des ecrits les plus importans 
sur cette matiere. A Paris, chez Moutard. 1782. (3), 112 pp. 

**T.77.47 

Same. Saggio sull' architettura teatrale. (In Ferrario, G. Storia e 

descrizione de' principali teatri antichi e moderni. Pp. 87-256. 

Milano. 1830.) **T.75.7o 

Pattee, Charles H. 

Recollections of old play-bills. (In Bostonian, The. Vol. 2, pp. 
254-258. Portraits. Boston. 1895.) *53oi.45.2 

An account of the plays and actors in early Boston theatres. 

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Patterson, Ada, and \'ictory Bateman. 

By the stage door. New York. The Grafton Press. [1902.] **T.86.9 

Contents. — The story of a friendship. — Autobiography of an actress. — The 
passing of the leading lady. — Her one superstition. — Grimston's school of 
acting. — A triumph of temperament. — He married an actress. — Three friends. 
The understudy. — Heard at the Managers' Club. — An early jump. 
Patterson, Arthur. 

Shadow entertainments and how to work them, being something 
about shadows, and the way to make them profitable and funny. 
London. Gill. [1895?] 76 pp. Illus. Diagrams. 8009.49 

Patterson, John. 

Pulvis Olympicus. [Paisley. 1896.] 16 pp. 4004.124 

Patti, Adelina. 

Charnace, G. de. Les etoiles du chant [Patti, Nilsson, Gabrielle 

Krauss]. Paris, i860. Portraits. **M.i96.i 

Dalamazzo, D. E. M. The life of Adelina Patti. [Anon. London. 

1877.] 48 pp. Portrait. No. i in **M.i39.i9 

Grave, T. de. Biographie d'Adelina Patti. Paris. 1865. **M.i04.i7 

Lauw, L. Fourteen years with Adelina Patti. Translated by Clare 

Brune. London. 1884. 4049.96; **M. 146.12 

Mortier, M. Biographical sketch of Madame Adelina Patti. [New 

York. 1882.] Portrait. 4049.110; No. 8 in **M.207.26; etc. 

ScHUERMANN, J. J. Les ctoiles en voyage. Paris. 1893. 

**T.57.3i5;etc. 
Strakosch, C. L. Italian opera as illustrated by Adelina Patti. Illus. 
Portraits. {In The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 6-10. 
New York. [1895.]) **M.i4.i.i 

Vacano, E. a. F. Der Roman der Adelina Patti. Nach spanischen, 
englischen und miindlichen Quellen. Wien. 1875. Ulus. Por- 
traits. 4041.102 
Paul, G. Henry Howard, and George Gebbie, editors. 

The stage and its stars, past and present. A gallery of dramatic 
illustration and critical biographies of distinguished English and 
American actors from the time of Shakespeare till to-day. Phila- 
delphia. Gebbie & Co.. [1895?] 2 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.5i.3 
Paul, Howard. See Paul, G. Henry Howard. 
Paul, Jean, pseud. See Coeuret, P. 
Paul, Robert Bateman, translator. 

WiTZscHEL, A. The Athenian stage; a handbook for students. 

Translated from the German by R. B. Paul; and edited by T. K. 

Arnold. London. 1850. Plan. 4969a.7; **T.78.i 

Paul Pyne; actor and gentleman. Aldrich, T. B. *A.i503.4 

Paulet, Lavinia, Duchess of Bolton. 

Pearce, C. E. "Polly Peachum," being the story of Lavinia Fenton 
(Duchess of Bolton) and "The beggar's opera." New York. 1913. 
Portraits. Plates. 4C74 176 

Pauli, B. O. Carl. 

Die Befreiung der deutschen Bijhne vom Drucke der Geldspekulation. 
Berlin. Dreyer. [1887.] 24 pp. **T 96 355 

Pauli, Carl. See Pauli, B. O. Carl. 
Paulmier, Charles Henri Paul. 

Traite de la legislation et de la jurisprudence des theatres. Par 
Adolphe Lacan et Charles Paulmier. Paris. Durand. 1853. 2 v. 

**T.76.i6 
Pauvres saltimbanques, Les. Banville, T. F. de. **T.98.i3i 

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Pavlowa, Anna. 

Mlle Anna Pavlowa. [New York. Blanchard Press. 1913-] (16) 
pp. Illus. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. 40403.145 

This description of Mile. Pavlowa and her company of ballet dancers was sold 
at the Boston Opera House at her performance there in October, 1913. 

Payne, George Henry. 

A great part, and other stories of the stage. New York. Continental 
Publishing Co. 1902. **T.87.95 

Contents. — A great part. — Filby's boy. — Love letters of an actor. — A romance 
a la russe. — Peter's fortime. — The horse that starred. — An eloping party. 

Payne, John Howard. 

The life and writings of John Howard Payne, the author of Home, 
sweet home; The tragedy of Brutus; and other dramatic works. 
Albany. Munsell. 1875. ix, 410 pp. Portrait. Facsimiles. 

Contains much that relates to the stage. *2341.62 

Payne, John Howard. Works about. 

Brainard, C. H. John Howard Payne: a biographical sketch. Wash- 
ington, D. C. Coolidge. 1885. Portraits. Plates. **T.55.i35; etc. 

Hanson, W. T., Jr. The early life of John Howard Payne. With 
contemp^orary letters heretofore unpublished. Boston. 1913. 
Portrait. *A.677o.3 

Harrison, G. John Howard Payne, dramatist, poet, actor, and author 
of Home, sweet home! His life and writings. Philadelphia. 
1885. Illus. Portrait. 4242.67 

Memoirs of John Howard Payne, the American Roscius: with criti- 
cisms on his acting, in the various theatres of America, England 
and Ireland. London. 1815. Portrait. **T.96.23o; etc. 

Sketch of the life of John Howard Payne, as published in the 

Boston Evening Gazette, compressed (with additions bringing 

it forward to a later period). By one of the editors of The New 

York Mirror. Boston. 1833. **T.56.i75 

Payne, William Morton, translator. 

J.eger, H. B. Henrik Ibsen. 1828-1888. Chicago. 1890. Portraits. 
Plates. 2856.75 

Peake, Richard Brinsley. 

Memoirs of the Colman family, including their correspondence with 
the most distinguished personages of their time. London. Bentley. 
1841. 2 v. Portraits. **T.55.i07 

Relates almost entirely to the elder and the younger George Colman. Another 
copy is ou shelf-number **G.3756.6. 

Same. [1841.] 2 v. in i. **K.33.8 

Pearce, Charles E. 

The jolly duchess. Harriot Mellon, afterwards Mrs. Coutts and the 
Duchess of St. Albans. A sixty years' gossipping record of the 
stage and society (1777 to 1837). New York. Brentano's. [iQiS-] 
XX, 332 pp. Portraits. Plates. 2548.85 

Relates to England. Authorities, pp. 323-326. 

"Polly Peachum," being the story of Lavinia Fenton (Duchess of 
Bolton) and "The beggar's opera." New York. Brentano. 1913- 
xvi, 382 pp. Portraits. Plates. 4574.176 

Pearl, Cora. 

Memoires de Cora Pearl. 2^ niille. Paris. Levy. 1886. (3), 360 pp. 
Manuscript facsimile. [Bibliotheque moderne.] **T.57.333 

Same. The memoirs of Cora Pearl, the English beauty of the 
French Empire. Authentic and authorised translation from the 
original. London. Vickers. [1886.] (3), 188 pp. **T.57.375 

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Pearse, }[rs. Godfrey, and Frank Hird. 

The romance of a great singer. A memoir of Mario. London. Smith, 
Elder & Co. 1910. ix, (i), 309 pp. Portraits. Plates. Coats of 
arms. Facsimile. 4048.336 

Pearson, Cyril Arthur, publisher. 

Pearson's Photographic portfolio of footlight favourites. London. 
Pearson. [189-?] 128, 16, 65-80 pp. Portraits. **T.52.2 

Peel, Sir Robert, 2d Baronet. 

Letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, respecting the proposed 
introduction of a bill, to repeal so much of the Act of loth Geo. 11. 
cap. 28, as requires notice to be sent to the Lord Chamberlain, 
previously to the representation of any new play or entertain- 
ment of the stage, or any addition to an old play; and showing 
that the consequence would be, to confirm the monopoly claimed 
by Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres. London. 1829. 

**T.76.73;etc. 
Peele, George, alleged author. 

HisTRio-MASTix, 1610. [Londou.] 1912. *Q.58,85 

Peep, A, at the theatres! Old naval officer. An, pseud. **T.87.7o 

Peep, A, behind the curtain. Ford, T. **T.98.45 ; etc. 

Peg Woffington. Reade, C. **T.87.22; etc. 

Peiba, Abraham, alleged aiitlwr. 

Gallerie von teutschen Schauspielern und Schauspielerinnen, nebst 
Tohann Friedrich Schinks Zusatzen und Berichtigungen. Mit Ein- 
leitung und Anmerkungen herausgegeben von Richard Maria 
^Verner. Berlin. 1910. Ixviii, xiv, 401 pp. Facsimile title-page. 
[Gesellschaft fiir Theatergeschichte. Schriften. Band 13.] 6907.23 
Peigne-Delacourt, Achille. 

Le Theatre de Champlieu. Noyon. Andrieux-Letellier. 1858. 39 pp. 
viii plates. Map. Plan. No. i in 4098.118; **T.76.42 

Relates to the ruins of a Roman theatre. 

Same. Supplement. Noyon. Andrieux-Duru. 1859. 15 pp. Colored 
plan. No. 2 in 4098.118; **T.76.43 

Pelby, William. 

Letters on the Tremont Theatre, respectfully addressed to the 
primitive subscribers, its friends and patrons. Boston. Eastburn. 
1830. 44 pp. **T.76.46 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 36 in **G. 3822. 3. 

Pelet, Auguste. 

Description de I'amphitheatre de Nimes. Nimes. Baldy & Roger. 

1853. 147. (i) pp. Plates. Plans. 4094.102 

Pelham-Holles, Thomas, 2d Duke of Nczvcastle. See Holies, Thomas 

Pelham-, 2d Duke of Newcastle. 
Pelissier, Marie. 

Desforges, . Memoires anecdotes pour servir a I'histoire de M. 

Duliz et la suite de ses avantures, apres la catastrophe de celle de 
Mademoiselle Pelissier, actrice de I'Opera de Paris. A Londres. 
1739. Plate. **T.s8.92;etc. 

Pelletier, Mabel C. 

The winter's tale. As performed by the Saturday Morning Club. 
(In Bostonian, The. Vol. 2, pp. 1-16. Plates. Boston. 1895.) 

*53oi.4S.2 
Pellicer, Casiano. 

Tratado historico sobre el origen y progresos de la comedia y del 
histrionismo en Espana: con las censuras teologicas, reales reso- 

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luciones y providencias del Consejo supremo sobre comedias: y 
con la noticia d'algunos celebres comediantes y comediantas asi 
antiguos como modernos. Madrid. Imprenta de la adminis- 
tracion del Real arbitrio de beneficencia. 1804. 2 v. in i. Por- 
traits. **D.i7ob.8i 

Another copy is on shelf-number **D.i7ob.3i. 

Pellisson, Maurice, translator. 

Mantzius, C. Moliere. Les theatres, le public & les comediens de 
son temps. Paris. 1908. lUus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. 

**T.55.i02 
Pemberton, Charles Reece. 

Life and literary remains. With remarks on his character and genius, 
by W. J. Fox. Edited by John Fowler. London. Fox. 1843. 
506 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.i65 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 3932.17- 

Pemberton, T. Edgar. 

The Birmingham theatres: a local retrospect. Birmingham. Cornish. 

[1889.] (5), 216 pp. _ **T.78.9 

Charles Dickens and the stage. A record of his connection with the 

drama as playwright, actor and critic. London. Redway. 1888. 

(7), 260 pp. Portraits. 4549.125; **T.57. 131 

Ellen Terry and her sisters. New York. Dodd, Mead & Co. igo2. 

(10), 314 pp. Portraits. Plates. 4545.178; **T.56.ii2 

John Hare, comedian. 1865-1895. A biography. London. Routledge. 

1895. (i), 202 pp. Portraits. **T,57.297; *A.68io 

The Kendals. A biography. London. C. Arthur Pearson, Ltd. 1900. 

xii, 340 pp. Portraits. Plates. **T.56.66 

Same. New York. Dodd, Mead & Co. 1900. 4545-170 

The life and writings of T. W. Robertson. London. Bentley. 1893. 

vi, (3), 320 pp. Portrait. Plates. Manuscript facsimiles. 

2543,115; **T.55.79 
A memoir of Edward Askew Sothern. London. Bentley. 1889. iv, 
(3)1 314, (i) PP- Portraits. Manuscript facsimiles. 

4540.100; **T.55.96 
Pen, pencil, baton and mask. Black, H. C. 2543.153; **T.56.29 

Pence, James Harry. 

The magazine and the drama. An index. New-York. 1896. xiii, 
(3), 190 pp. [Dunlap Society. Publications. New series, no. 2.] 

**T.95.i5 
Pene, Henri de, prefacer. 

Savard, F. Les actrices de Paris. Paris. 1867. **T.57,302 

Penley, Belville S. 

The Bath stage: a history of dramatic representations in Bath. 
London. Lewis. 1892. xv, 180 pp. Portraits. Plate. 

2552.27; **T.77.74 
Pennell, Joseph. 

Les affiches etrangeres illustrees, par M. Bauwens, T. Hayashi, La 
Forgue, Meier-Graefe, J. Pennell. Paris. Boudet. 1897. (3), 
iii, 206, (i) pp. lUus. Plates, some colored. *4072.i8 

Pennie, John Fitzgerald. 

The tale of a modern genius; or, the miseries of Parnassus. In a 
series of letters. London. Andrews. 1827. 3 v. **T.57.20 

The letters are signed, Sylvaticus. 

Pennsylvania. State Board of Censors. 

Rules and standards. Harrisburg. 1915. 20 pp. Facsimile. *3668.7i 

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Pensions. 

Association de secours mutuels des artistes dramatiques. Annuaire 
Annee 30, 37-39, 41, 42. Paris. i86g-8i. 6 v. in 2. **T.25.i9 

People, The, I've smiled with. Wilder, M. P. 4348.235; **T.57. 254 

Pepita, Sefiora. 

Memoires de la Sefiora Pepita. Aveux et confidences d'une danseuse. 
Traduit de I'espagnol par A. X. Tome i. Liege. Kornicker & 
Gnuse. 1855. 245 pp. **T.99.47 

Pepys, Samuel. 

McAfee, H. F. Pepys on the Restoration stage. New Haven. igi6. 
Portraits. Plates. 4574.191 

Wheatley, H. B. Samuel Pepys and the world he lived in. Lon- 
don. 1880. 24503.53; etc. 
Percival, John. 

Society for the Suppression of Vice. A few observations in defence 
of the scenic exhibitions at the Royalty Theatre, and on the 
intolerant censure of the drama in general; contained in the 
"Solemn protest" of the Rev. Tho. Thirlwall, in the name of the 
Society for the Suppression of Vice. London. Griffiths. 1804. 
(3), 42 pp. **T.76.6i 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **T.96.So; **T.96.36s. 

Peregrine Proteus. 

Egan, p., the Elder. The life of an actor [Peregrine Proteus]. Lon- 
don. 1892. Illus. Colored plates. 2573.143 
Perez Martinez, Jose V., editor. 

Critica dramatica y musical, y biografias de autores, compositores 
y artistas. Anales del teatro y de la musica. Ano i. 1883/84. 
Madrid. 1884. **T.26.22 

Perez Pastor, Cristobal. 

Nuevos datos acerca del histrionismo espafiol en los siglos xvi y 
XVII. Madrid. Imprenta de la Revista espaiiola. 1901. 418, (i) 
pp. 30993.269 

Perfall, Carl, Freiherr von. 

BiERBAUM, O. J. Fiinfundzwanzig Jahre Miinchner Hoftheater- 

Geschichte. Ein Riickblick auf die fiinfundzwanzigjahrige Amts- 

fiihrung des Freiherrn Karl von Perfall als Leiter der Munchner 

Hofbithnen. Mvinchen. 1892. Portraits. **T.76.25 

Pericaud, Jean Louis. 

Bibliotheque de Louis Pericaud. Ouvrages sur le theatre. Partie 
I. Vente des 8 et 9 avril 1907. Paris. Jorel. 1907. 34, (i) pp. 

**T.65.33 
Pericaud, Louis. See Pericaud, Jean Louis. 
Perignon, Eugenie. 

Rosine Stoltz, Maxime, M'les Lavoye. [Paris.] 1847. 51 pp. Por- 
trait. No. 7 in **M.i97.3 

Contains a notice of Madame Stoltz only. 

Periodicals. 

Actors by daylight; or, pencilings in the pit. [Weekly.] Contain- 
ing memoirs of the most celebrated London performers. Vol. i 
(no. 1-40, 42-51)- London. [1838, 39.] Portraits. **T.26.27 

Actors by gaslight, or "Boz" in the boxes. [Weekly.] No. 1-37. 
Apr. 21 - Dec. 29. 1838. [London. 1838.] Portraits. Plates. 

**T.26.i4 

Album des theatres, par Guyot et A. Debacq. Tome i. Annee i. 
Paris. 1837. Plates. **T.24.8 

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Almanack de "La Rampe." Actrices parisiennes. [Paris. 1901.] 
Portraits. **T.26.2i 

Almanack des spectacles de Paris. Partie [i-]46. 1751-94, an viii, 
IX de la Republique [1800, 01], 1815. [Paris. I75i-]i8i5. 50 v. 
in 27. Plates. **G.3568.i ; etc. 

Almanack des spectacles par K. Y. Z. [pseud.]. Annee [i-]8. Paris. 
[1818-25.] 8 V. Colored portraits. **T.29.i8 

Almanack des spectacles. Annee [i-] 12. Paris. [i822-]i837. 12 v. 

**T.29.5 

Almanack des spectacles pour 1852. Annee i. Paris. 1852. Dia- 
grams. **T.27.2I 

Almanack des spectacles. Continuant I'ancien Almanach des spec- 
tacles (1752 a 1815). [Public par] Albert Soubies. Annee 1874- 
91. 93-1911- Paris. 1875-1912. S7 v. Portraits. Plates. **T.29.2 

Same. Table. [1874/91.], 1892/1901. Paris. 1892, 1902. 2 v. 

Portrait. Plate. **T.29.3 

Almanack des theatres. Pieces nouvelles. — Reprises. — Debuts. — 
Biographies. — Theatres de la province et de I'etranger. — Nouvelles 
dramatiques. — Anecdotes, etc. No. i. Paris. 1851. **T.29.i2 

Annales, Les, du theatre et de la musique. Annee i- 1875 to date. 
Paris. Portrait. **T.27.i 

Annee, L', litteraire et dramatique. Revue annuelle. Par G. Vapereau. 
Annee i-ii. 1858-68. Paris. 1859-69. n v. **T.27.i4 

Annee theatrale. Almanach pour I'an x. Contenant une notice sur 
chacun des theatres de Paris, les acteurs, les pieces nouvelles et 
les debuts. Paris. An x.= i8oi. **T.29.io 

Annee theatrale, L'. Nouvelles, bruits de coulisses, indiscretions, 
comptes rendus, racontars, etc. Par J. Georges Duval. Annee 
1-3. Paris. 1875-77. 3 v. **T.27.4 

Annuaire des lettres, des arts et des theatres. [1845/46.] Paris. 
1846-1847. Colored portraits. Plates. **T.26.i3; etc. 

Annuaire dramatique. Annee 7-10, 13. Paris. 1811-1817. S v. Por- 
traits. **T.29.i7 

Anti-theatre, The. [No. 1-15, February 15 -April 4, 1720. By Sir 
John Falstaffe, pseud.] (In The Theatre. Pp. 217-299. London. 
1791.) **T.26.23;**G.3824.7 

Arcadian, The. [Monthly.] Vol. i (no. i). March i, 1820. [Lon- 
don. 1820.] **T.26.6i 

Archer, W. The theatrical 'world' of 1893-97. London. [1894-] 
1898. 5 V. **T.27.33 

Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. Im Auftrage der Gesellschaft fiir 
Theatergeschichte herausgegeben von Hans Devrient. Band i, 2. 
Berlin. 1904, 05. 2 v., Plate. *6907.i2 

Argus; or, the theatrical observer: containing critical, yet impartial 
strictures, on the merits and demerits of the principal performers, 
of the Theatre Royal, Manchester. No. 1-6. Nov. 24, 1804 -Feb. 
9, 1805. Manchester. 1804, 05. **T.98.64 

Art, L', du theatre. Revue mensuelle. Annee i, 2. Paris. 1901, 02. 
2 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. **T.2i.io 

Authentic memoirs of the green-room; (for 1801-03:) involving 
sketches of the performers of the Theatres Royal, Drury-Lane, 
Covent-Garden, and the Hay-Market. London. 1801-03. 3 v. 
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Periodicals. (Continued.) 

Authentic memoirs of the green-room; including sketches of the 

performers of the Theatres Royal, Drury-Lane^ Covent-Garden, 

and the Haymarket. London. [1814?] Portrait. **T.29.22 

Same. [1815?] **T.29.23 

Bill, The, of the Play. An illustrated record of the chief dramas, 

plays, operas bouffe, etc., produced or revived during the year 

1881. Edited by J. Higden Thornell. London. [1882.] Illus. 

Portraits. **T.96.i63 

Birmingham Reporter, The; and theatrical review. [Weekly.] Vol. 

I (no. 1-12). 1823. [Birmingham. 1823.] **T.28.ii 

Birmingham Spectator, The, a miscellany of literature, and of 

dramatic criticism. [Weekly. No. 1-24. May 29 -Nov. 6, 1824.] 

Birmingham. 1824. **T.27.23 

Buehne und Welt. [Semi-monthly.] Zeitschrift fiir Theaterw^esen, 

Literatur und Musik. Herausgegeben von H. Stiimcke. Jahrgang 

1-17. Berlin. [i898-]i9i5. 17 v. in 33. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.24.i 
Burr McIntosh Monthly, The. Vol. 1-22. New York. 1903-1910. 

22 V. in 21. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.23.i 

Cabinet, The; or, monthly report of polite literature. Vol. 1-4. 

Feb. 1807 -Dec. 1808. London. 1807, 08. 4 v. Portraits. 

**T.27.3i;etc. 
Camees artistiques. Theatre, litterature, musique, beaux-arts, sport, 

finance. Journal hebdomadaire. Redacteur en chef, Felix Jahyer. 

Tome 1-3. Paris.. [1880-83.] 3 v. Portraits. **T.2i.6 

Carillon theatral, Le. Le pour et le contre de la critique sur les 

principals pieces de I'annee. [Par] L.-P. Laforet. Saison 

theatrale, 1887/88. No. 1-15. Paris. 1889. **T.95.6o 

Casket, The. No. 58. Mar. 5, 1828. [London.] 1828. Illus. 

**T.76.i75 

Casket, The, of literature, science, and entertainment. [Weekly.] 
No. 47, 50, 53. Nov. 12, 26, Dec. 17, 1836. [London? 1836.] Illus. 

**T.26.55 

Catholic theatre movement. The. [Monthly.] Oct. 5, Nov. 15, 
1916-Jan. 15, 1917. [New York. 1916, 17.] **T.75.79 

Censeur, Le, dramatique. Ou journal des principaux theatres de 
Paris et des departemens. Redige par A. B. L. Grimod de la 
Reyniere. Tome 1-3. Paris. 1797,98. 3 v. **G.3562.5; etc. 

Charles M. Cashin's Amusement guide, with theatre diagrams. For 
week ending April 26, [1884]. Boston. [1884.] Plans. **T.97.79 

Cicerone, The. A record of the drama, music and the fine arts. 
[Weekly.] No. 1-24. Sept. 30, 1843 -March 9, 1844. [London.] 
1843, 44. Illus. Plate. **T.23.ii 

Claretie, J. A. A. La vie a Paris. 1880-85,95-1913. Paris. [1881-] 
1914. 21 v. **T.27.i6 

Clown, The, of London, at all the theatres, sights, pleasures, and 
amusements. No. [i-]i4- [London. 1845.] Illus. Plates. 

**T.25.26 

Columbine, The, and weekly review of literature, the sciences, fine 
arts, theatricals, &c. No. 1-5, 7-10. July 4 -Aug. i, Aug. 15- 
Sept. 19, 1829. [London.] 1829. **T.26.i9 

Columbine, The, or, dramatic mirror. No. i, 2, 4, 5, 7, 27. Apr. 
24, May I, 15, 22, 1830; June 18, 1831. [London.] ' 1830, '31. 

**T.26.20 

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Comet, The. [Weekly.] By Walter Wildfire [pseud, of J. T. Buck- 
ingham]. No. [i-]i3. Oct. 19, i8ii-Jan. 11, 1812. [Boston.] 
181 1, 12. **T.26.40 

Companion, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-29. Jan. 9 -July 23, 1828. [Pub- 
lished] By Leigh Hunt. London. 1828. *A.4369.7; etc. 

Companion, The, to the theatres and other amusements of Edin- 
burgh. [Daily.] Vol. i (no. 1-19, 21, 22). Sept. 4-29, 1852. 
[Edinburgh. 1852.] **T.27.ii 

Connoisseur, The. [Monthly.] Vol. 2 (no. 10-17), Jan.-Aug., 1846. 
[London.] 1846. Portraits. Music. **T.23.4 

CoNSTiTUTioNNEL, Lc. Aunuairc des lettres, des arts et des theatres, 
du journal Le Constitutionnel. 1845-46. Paris. 1846, 47. Plates, 
some colored. **M.373.32 

Cornucopia, The; or, literary and dramatic mirror, containing a 
variety of interesting subjects under the head of miscellanies. 
Vol. I. Sept. 1820 -Sept. 1821. London. 1826. Colored plates. 

**T.27.io 

Courier lyrique et amusant, ou passe-temps des toilettes. Par M™^ 
Dufrenoy. [Bimensuel.] Juin i, 1786 -sept, i, 1787, oct. i - dec. 
15, 1787. [Paris. 1786, 87.] 2 V. in i. **T.27.i3 

CouRRiER des spectacles, de la litterature, des arts et des modes, 
pour Paris, les departemens et les pays etrangers. [Quotidien.] 
No. 110-286, 622-788. Janvier i-juin 30, 1819; juillet i - decembre 
31, 1820. [Paris.] 1819, 20. 2 V. **T.24.io 

Court Journal, The. [Weekly.] No. 36-87. 1830. London. 1830. 
Portrait. **T,23,i6 

Covent-Garden Theatrical Gazette. No. 69. Dec. 13, 1816. [Lon- 
don.] 1816. No. 12 in **G.3823.i3 

Critic, The: a journal of theatricals, music, and the exhibitions. 
No. I. Oct. 7, 1843. [London. 1843.] **T.26.42 

Critic, The. A weekly review of literature, fine arts, and the 
drama. Edited by William Leggett. Vol. i. Nov. i, 1828 -May 
2, 1829. New-York. 1828, 29. **T.25.i8 

Critica dramatica y musical, y biografias de autores, compositores 
y artistas. Anales del teatro y de la miisica. Por Jose V. Perez 
Martinez. Aho i. 1883/84. Madrid. 1884. **T.26.22 

Curtain, The; or, English entr'acte, adapted to the use of the royal 
Italian operas and all the principal theatres. No. 1-98, 100-149. 
[London. 1847.] 3 v. **T.22.5 

Cynick, The. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. i, 2, 4-12). Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 
12 -Dec. 12, 1811. Philadelphia. 1812. **T.28.20 

Deutscher Biihnen-Almanach. Jahrgang 38. Herausgegeben von A. 
Entsch. Berlin. 1874- Portrait. **T.29.6 

Drama, The. A companion to the theatre and concert room. No. 
1-7. Oct. 10- Nov. 21, 1846. [London. 1846.] Illus. Portraits. 

**T.24.ii 

Drama, The: a daily register of histrionic performances on the 
Dublin stage; and critical review of general dramatic literature. 
Vol. I (no. 1-42). Oct. 23 -Dec. 10, 1821. Dublin. 1821. Por- 
traits. **T.26.49 

Drama, The. A quarterly review of dramatic literature. Editor, 
Theodore Ballou Hinckley. Vol. i- Chicago. 191 1 to date. **T.i5.i7 

Drama, The; or, theatrical pocket magazine. [Monthly.] Vol. 1-7, 
new series (vol. i, 2). London. 1821-26. 9 v. in 6. Portraits. 
Plates. **T.29.4;etc. 

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Periodicals. (Continued.) 

Drama League, The, of America. Bulletin. [Published irregularly.] 
No. I, 3-32, 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 40a, 41-62, 64-78. August, 191 r- 
January, 1917. Boston. 1911-17. **T.62.2 

Drama League Monthly. Vol. i, 2 (no. 1-3). April, 1916- 

Sept., 1917. [Mount Morris, 111., etc.] 1916, 17. **T.2S.34 

Dramatic Almanack for 1871, by J. W. Anson. [London. 1871?] 

**T.29.i5 

Dramatic and Musical Review. [Weekly.] Vol. 1-4. London. 

1842-45. 4 V. Portrait. **M.i67.7 

Dramatic Censor: or, critical and biographical illustration of the 

British stage. [Monthly.] 1811. Involving a correct register of 

every night's performances at our Metropolitan theatres. Edited 

by J. M. Williams. London. [1812.] Portrait. **T.25.ii 

Dramatic Censor, The: or, monthly epitome of taste, fashion and 

manners. By Thomas Dutton. Vol. 1-4. London. 1800, 01. 4 v. 

**T.26.3o;etc. 

Dramatic Chronicle and Observer, The. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. 

1-3). Jan. 4-18, 1870. [London. 1870.] **T.2S.i7 

Dramatic Correspondent. The, and amateur's place book. [Weekly.] 

No. 13-21. Oct. 18, 1828 -Jan. 31, 1829. [London. 1828, 29.] 

**T.27.29 

Dramatic Gazette, The; or, weekly record of the stage, music, 

/ public exhibitions, &c. Vol. i (no. 1-12). Oct. 9, 1830-Jan. i, 

1831. [London.] 1830, 31. Portrait. **T.24.9 

Dramatic Index, The, for 1909-17. Boston. 1910-18. 9 v. **T.65.47 

Dramatic Magazine, The, embellished with numerous engravings 

of the principal performers. [Monthly.] Vol. i, 2; 3 (no. i). 

March 1829 - Feb. 1831. London. 1829-31. 3 v. in i. Portraits. 

**T.26.29 
Dramatic Mirror, The; containing critical remarks upon the 
theatrical performances of every night, in the city of Boston, — 
with bills of the play. No. 1-36. Jan. 24 -March 19, 1829. [Bos- 
ton.] 1829. **K,35.8 
Dramatic Mirror, The; containing critical remarks upon the theatrical 
performances of every night, in the city of Boston, — with bills 
of the play. No. 1-56. Sept. 14 -Dec. 8, 1829. [Boston.] 1829. 

**T.25.2I 

Dramatic Mirror, The: a journal of theatrical literature, contributed 
by members of the dramatic profession. T. C. Faulkner, editor. 
Monthly. Vol. i (no. i). Oct., 1866. New York. [1866.] Por- 
traits. **T.26.26 

Dramatic Mirror, and literary companion. The. [Weekly.] De- 
voted to the stage and the fine arts. Vol. i, 2 (no. i). Edited 
by James Rees. New York. 1842. 2 v. in i. Portraits. **T.23.5 

Dramatic Mirror, The, and review of music and the fine arts. 
[Weekly.] Apr. 14 -Dec. g, 1847. [London. 1847.] Portraits. 

**T.24.6 

Dramatic Mirror Quarterly, The. Edited by Harrison Grey Fiske. 
Vol. I (no. i). June, 1890. New York. 1890. **T.25.8 

Dramatic Notes. A year-book of the stage. 1879, 1880/81-84/85, 
89-92. London. 1879-92. 8 v. in 5. Illuc. Portraits. **T.26.38 

Dramatic peerage, The, 1891. Personal notes and professional 
sketches of the actors and actresses of the London stage. Com- 
piled by Erskine Reid and Herbert Compton. London. [1891.] 

**T.28.6 
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Dramatic Register for 1851-53. London. [1852-54.] 3 v. in i. Illus. 
Plate. **T.27.28 

Dramatic Review, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-8. Mar. 15 -May 3, 
1848. [London. 1848.] **T.24.i2 

Dramatic Review, The. [Weekly.] Vol. 6, no. 38; 7, no. 4, 6. May 
26, October 6, 20, 1900. Boston. 1900. Illus. Portraits.* Plates. 

**T.23.i8 

Dramatic Spectator, The. Edited by Poz, Quiz & Company. No. i- 
10. July 29 -September 30, 1837. Edinburgh. 1837. 

No. I in **G.382i.24 

Dramatic Year, The. 1887/88. Brief criticisms of important theatrical 
events in the United States. With a sketch of the season in Lon- 
don by William Archer. Edited by Edward Fuller. London. 
1888. **T.27.i9 

Dramatic Year Book, The, for the year ending December 31st, 1891. 
An annual chronicle of the drama in Great Britain, France, United 
States of America and Australasia, and stage directory for the 
United Kingdom. Edited by Charles S. Cheltnam. London. 
1892. Portraits. **T.25.23 

Dramatist, The. A journal of dramatic technology. Edited by 
Luther B. Anthony. Quarterly. Vol. i- Oct., 1909 to date. 
Easton, Penna. Portraits. **T.26.8;etc. 

Dublin Inquisitor, The, for 1821. [Monthly.] Vol. i, 2. London. 
1821. **T.26.28 

Edinburgh Dramatic Review, The. [Daily.] Vol. 1-9. Oct. 7, 1822- 
July 6, 1824. Edinburgh. 1822-24. 9 v. Portrait. **T.27.22 

Edinburgh Theatrical and Musical Review. Published weekly. No. 
13-15, 16 (quarterly supplement), 18-20, 23-29, 31, 33, 34. [Edin- 
burgh. 1835.] 17 nos. **T.98.77 

Edinburgh Theatrical Censor. The. [Weekly.] No. 1-12. [Edin- 
burgh. 1803.] _ **T.28.8 

Edinburgh Theatrical Observer, and musical review. The. [Daily.] 
Vol. I. July 15 to Dec. 31, 1823. Edinburgh. 1823. **T.27.i2 

Encore annual, The. 1894. Edited by Edward Lawrance and Charles 
Douglas Stuart. London. [1894.] Portraits. **T.93.i5 

Englische Studien. Organ fiir englische Philologie. Herausgegeben 
von Johannes Hoops. Band 1-48. Leipzig [etc.]. 1877-1915. 48 
v. in 40. *2487.62 

Entr'acte Annual, The. 1873, 74, 76, 78-99- Compiled by W. H. 
Combes. Illustrated by Alfred Bryan. London. 1873-99. 25 v. 
in 8. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.25.5 

Era, The. [Weekly.] Vol. 31 (no. 1571), 33 (no. i700-i72o)-78, 80. 
Nov. I, 1868; April 23, 1871-Aug., 191S; Sept., 1916-Aug., 1918. 
[London.] 1868-1918. 47 v. and unbound parts. Illus. Por- 
traits. *N.i66o.i 

Era Almanack and Annual, The. [London. 1868-1913.] 46 v. in 15. 
Portraits. **T.26.7 

Etat actuel de la musique du roi, et des trois spectacles de Paris. 
[1775.] A Paris. 1775- Plate. **T.29.i6 

FiGARO-Modes, Les. A la ville — au theatre — arts decoratifs. Publica- 
tion mensuelle. 1901-06. Paris. 1901-06. 6 v. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. *6ooo.28 

Footlights. [Weekly.] A clean paper for the theatre goer. Vol. i 
(no. 20). Oct. 5, 1895. Philadelphia. [1895.] IHus. **T.92.6 



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Periodicals. (Continued.) 

Freund's Daily. Vol. i. Nov. 25, 1882- May 17, 1883. New York. 
1882, 83. **M.i5.2 

Frelnd's Music and Drama. Vol. 1-16. November 10, 1883-Octobcr 
24, 1891. New York. 1883-^1. 16 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

*404oa.2oi 

Gallery of players. [Quarterly.] No. 1-9, 11. From The Illus- 
trated American. New York. i894[-97]. Portraits. **T.52,9 

Gesellschaft fiir Theatergeschichte. Kleine Schriften. Heft i. 
Berlin. 1906. *6907.ii 

Glasgow Dramatic Review, The, containing original essays on sub- 
jects connected with the drama and the stage. Also, critical 
notices of the performances at the Glasgow theatres. [Fort- 
nightly.] No. 1-54. Nov. 13, 1844- July 8, 1846. Glasgow. 1844- 
5-6. Plate. **T.26.i6 

Green Room Book, The, or. Who's who on the stage. New York 
[& London. 1906-09]. 4 v. Portraits. **T.27.i5 

Harlequin, The. A journal of the drama. [Weekly.] Conducted 
by [John Timbs]. No. 1-9. May 16 -July 11, 1829. London. 
1829. Illus. Portrait. **T.26.i8 

Have at you all. or, the Drury-Lane Journal. [No. i. Jan. 16, 1752.] 
Continued every Thursday. London. 1752. **T.26.25 

Henry Butler's Theatrical Directory and dramatic almanack. t8(^o. 
Edited by John A. Heraud. London, i860. Map. **T.98.io9; etc. 

Hub Theatre Bulletin. Published weekly. Vol. 5. 1897/98. Boston. 
1897, 98. Plans. **T.2i.2 

Iconoclast, The. (The man who pays.) A publication with the 
truth-habit. [Weekly.] Vol. 3 (no. 6-8, 10); 5 (6); 6, (5, 7, 8). 
July 8-22, August S, 1905, January 6, March 31, April 14-21, 1906. 
Boston. 1905, 06. 8 parts. Illus. Portraits. **T.24.i5 

Idler, The, and breakfast-table companion; a new and fashionable 
journal of literature, fine arts, satire and the stage. [Weekly.] 
Vol. 1-3. London. 1837-39. 3 v. in 2. Plates. **T.26.i2 

Illustrated Rambler, The, and dramatic weekly. Vol. i (no. 5-26) ; 
2 (1-3). Feb. 22 -Aug. 30, 1879. New York. 1879. 2 v. in i. 
Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.22.4 

Illustrated Review, The. A weekly journal of literature, drama, 
music, art. Jan. i-June 24, 1874. New series, vol. i. London. 
1874. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.22.6 

Illustrated Sporting & dramatic news, The. A high-class weekly 
journal of sports, art, literature, music and the drama. Vol. i, 2. 
London. 1874, 75. 2 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.2i.3 

Same. Vol. 17-35, 40-42. 1882-94. *N.209o,i 

Illustre theatral, L'. Paraissant le samedi. Annee i, 2 (no. 1-23). 
Nov. 21, 1896 -juin 26, 1897. Paris. 1896, 97. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. **T.22.9 

Independance musicale et dramatique. Directeur: Ernest Thomas. 
Annee i, 2 (no. 19). Paris. 1887, 88. **M.i35.i4 

Independent Theatrical Observer, The. [Daily.] Vol. 10 (no. 33); 
II (no. 2, 8). [Dublin. 1822.] **T.28.i5 

Indicateur dramatique ou almanach des theatres de Paris, contenant 
les noms et demeures des administrateurs, artistes, musiciens, etc. 
L'analyse des pieces nouvelles et les debuts qui ont eu lieu 
pendant I'an vi [1797/98]- A Paris. An vii [1798?]. **T.29.i3 



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Indicateur general, L', des spectacles de Paris, des departemens de 
la France et des principales villes etrangeres. Par A*** et D***. 
Annee 3. Paris. 1821/22. **T.28.i 

Jahrbuch fiir das deutsche Theater. Von Joseph Kiirschner. Jahr- 
gang2. 1878/79. Leipzig. 1880. **T.25.io 

JoANNiDES, A. La Comedie-fran^aise, 1901-14. Paris. 1902-15. 14 v. 

*467i.84; etc. 

Lincoln Dramatic Censor, The. No. i. Oct. 21, 1809. Lincoln. 
1809. ■ No. 10 in **G.3824.6 

Literary Expose, The, and fashionable proteus. A new series, con- 
tinued from No. 6, of The Literary Humbug; or, weekly take-in. 
No. 1-13. May 14- Sept. 10, 1823. London. 1823. Illus. 

**T.26.32 

Literary Magnet, The; or, monthly journal of the belles lettres, 
from January to July, 1828. New series. London. 1828. Plates. 

**T.96.3i 

Liverpool Dramatic Censor, The, or theatrical recorder; containing 
strictures on actors, and a critical analysis of every popular 
dramatic composition represented at the Theatre Royal. Vol. i. 
Liverpool. 1806. Plates. **T.29.7 

Liverpool Theatrical Investigator, The, and review of amusements. 
Vol. I (no. 3-5, 7-15, 18, 21, 24-28, 30-79, 103, 104, 126); 2 (1-20, 
22-26). May 31, 1821-N0V. 23, 1822. [Liverpool.] 1821, 22. 

**T.27.S 

London Sketch-Book, The. [Monthly.] Vol. i, 2. Jan. 1874 -June 
1875. London. 1874, 75. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.25.i3 

LooiciNG Glass, The; or, daily theatrical mirror. No. 2, 3. Aug. 16, 
17, 1832. [Liverpool. 1832.] **T.26.44 

Lorgnette, La. Revue des theatres, courrier des salons, journal des 
artistes. [Deux fois par semaine.] Vol. i (no. 1-28). 12 decem- 
bre, 1841 - 17 mars, 1842. Nouvelle-Orleans. 1841, 42. **T.23.3 

Lyon theatre. Journal paraissant tons les dimanches. Litterature — 
beaux-arts — musique — biographies — nouvelles. Annee 2. 1874. 
Lyon. 1874. Portraits. **T.2i.8 

Lyre, The; a musical and theatrical register., [Edited by J. W. 
Hudson.] Vol. i, 2. [London.] 1841. 2 v. Portraits. **M.i22.2i 

Macaroni, Scavoir vivre, and theatrical magazine, The. Oct. 1772- 
Dec, 1773. London. 1772. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.52 

Man, The, in the Moon. [Weekly.] Consisting of essays and 
critiques on the politics, morals, manners, drama, &c. of the 
present day. No. 1-24. Nov. 12, 1803 -Jan. 28, 1804. London. 
1804. **T.26.io 

Manchester Dramatic and Musical Review, The. [Weekly.] No. i, 
2, 4-12, 12 (supplement), 13-16, 16 (supplement), 17-28, 28 (sup- 
plement), 29-43. Nov. 14, 1846 -Sept. 4, 1847. [Manchester.] 
1846, 47. **T.26.39 

Mask, The: a humorous and fantastic review of the month. Edited 
by Alfred Thompson and Leopold Lewis. Vol. i. Fcb.-Dec, 
1868. London. 1868. vi, 375 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.24.5 

Mask, The: a quarterly journal of the art of the theatre. Vol. 6 
(no. i). Florence, Italy. 1913. Illus. Plates. **T.25.3i 

Memorial dramatique, ou almanach theatral pour I'an 1807-1818. 



**G.3578.i;etc. 
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Periodicals. (Continued.) 

Milan, lUily. Theatres. Teatro della Scala. I. R. Tcatro alia Scala. 
Almanacco. 1826. Milano. [1825.] Colored plates. Colored 
portraits. **T.29.24 

Mirror, The, of Literature, amusement, and instruction: containing 
original essays, anecdotes, &c. [Weekly.] Vol. i-io and odd 
numbers. 1822-1837. London. 1824-37. 11 v. Illus. Portraits. 

**T.26.i 
Mirror, The, of Taste, and dramatic censor. Vol. 1-4. [Monthly.] 
Philadelphia. 1810, 11. 4 v. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.34; etc. 
Mirror, The, of the Stage, and New theatrical inquisitor. [Fort- 
nightly.] Vol. 3 (no. 2-12); 4 (no. 20). Aug. 25, 1823 -Jan. 5, 
July 5, 1824. London. [1823, 24.] Colored portrait. **T,26.56 
MoLiERisTE, Le. Revue mensuelle. Publiee par Georges Monval. 
Annee i-io. Paris. 1879-89. 10 v. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 
Plan. **T.26.6 

Monde dramatique, Le, histoire des theatres anciens. Revue des 
spectacles modernes. [Hebdomadaire.] Tome 1-7. Paris. 1835- 
38. 7 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.25.i5 

Monthly Mirror, The: reflecting men and manners. With strictures 
on their epitome, the stage. Vol. 1-22; new series, 1-8. London. 
[1795-I1810. 30 V. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.3 

Moving Picture World. The organ of the photo play and allied 
interests. Vol. 8 (no. i); vol. 24-. January 7, 1911; April, 1916 
to date. New York. *407i.247 

Music and Drama. A review of the stage, art, literature and 
society. [Weekly.] Vol. 1-7 (no. 1-12, 16-20). Jan. 7, 1882- 
Sept. 22, Nov. 3 -Dec. i, 1883. New York. 1882, 83. 7 v. in 3. 
Illus. Portraits. Plates. *404oa.2oo 

Musical & Dramatic Review, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-14. Mar. 5- 
June 4. 1864. [London.] 1864. **T.24.3 

New Evening Theatrical Observer; with bills of the play. [Daily.] 
No. 10. Jan. I, 1830. [London.] 1830. **T.25.28 

New York Amusement Gazette. [Weekly.] Dramatic, musical, 
athletic, social, literary. Vol. 1-12; 13 (no. i, 33-39, 41-52); 14, 
15, 16 (i, 19-25); 17 (i-io); 18 (i). New York. 1885-91. 18 v. 
in 4. Portraits. Plans. **T.23.i3 

New York Clipper. [Weekly.] The oldest American sporting and 
theatrical journal. Vol. 30 (no. 35) -31 (no. 36). November 18, 
1882 -November 24, 1883. New York. 1882, 83. 2 v. Illus. 
Portraits. *N.i409.6 

New York Clipper Annual for 1875-99, IQOI. Containing theatrical, 
musical, and sporting chronologies, aquatic and athletic perform- 
ances, etc. New York. 1874-1901. 7 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

*8oo7.ii 

New York Dramatic Mirror, The. [Weekly.] Vol. 62-. July, 1909 

to date. New York. Illus. Portraits. **T.22.2 

New York Dramatic News. [Weekly.] Vol. 12; 13; 15 (no. 4-26); 

16-21; 22 (no. 2-26); 23; 24 (no. 1-24); 25; 26; 29 (no. i-ii, 13- 

22); 30 (no. 6-17, 19-27, 29, 30); 33 (no. 2-4, 6-10, 12, 14-26); 34 

(no. 1-4). Mar. 26, 1881 - Dec. 26, 1891. New York. 1881-91. 

18 V. in 10. Illus. Portraits. **T.2i.i 

Nolan's Theatrical Observer. [Daily.] Jan 26, 1822 -Jan. 28, 1823. 

[Dublin. 1822, 23.] 8 v. in i. Portraits. **T.28.i7 



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Periodicals, (Continued.) 

Observateur, L', des spectacles, ou anecdotes theatrales. [Bimeti- 
suel.] Tome i, 2, 3 (no. 13). Ouvrage periodique par M. de 
Chevrier. A La Haye. 1762. 2 v. Plates. **T.28.2i 

Same. Suite de I'Observateur des spectacles. [Hebdomadaire.l 

Annee 1763. No. 1-13. Jan. 4 -mars 29, 1763. A Amsterdam. 

1764. **T.28.22 

Opera Box, The. [Programmes, plots and criticisms of operas 

produced at Her Majesty's theatre. Usually published three 

times a week. London.] 1849-51. 218 nos. in 3 v. Plan. 

**M.4i9.28 
Opera Glass, The. A musical and dramatic magazine. [Monthly.] 

Vol. 1-5. Boston. 1894-98. 5 V. in 3. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.25.9 
Opera Glass, The; a series of criticisms on the performances of the 

Glasgow stage. [Weekly.] No. 1-27 and Appendix. Dec. 19, 

1829 -June S, 1830. Glasgow. 1830. **T.28.9 

Opera-Glass, The: a weekly musical and theatrical miscellany. Vol. 

I (no. 1-26, 28, 29); 2 (no. 1-25). Apr. 10, 1840- Apr. 16, 1841. 

Edinburgh. 1840, 41. **T.?5.29 

Opera Glass, The, for peeping into the microcosm of the fine arts, 

and more especially of the drama. [Weekly.] No. 1-26. Oct. 2, 

1826 -Mar. 24, 1827. [London.] 1826, 27. **T.24.4 

Opinion, L', du parterre, ou revue de tons les theatres de Paris. 

Annee 2, 4, 10. An xiii [1805], 1807, 1813. Paris. [i8o5-]i3. 3 v. 

**M.i09b.6 
Original Theatrical Observer, The. [Daily.] Apr. 18 -Aug. 13, 

1822. [Dublin. 1822.] 3 V. in i. **T.28.i6 

Owl, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-24. Apr. 9 -Oct. 29, 1831. [London.] 

1831. Portraits, mostly colored. **T.26.63 

Oxberry's Dramatic biography, or the green-room spy. Vol. 1-6. 

New series, vol. i, 2. London. 1825-27. 8 v. in 7. Portraits. 

**T.59.54; etc. 
Oxberry's Theatrical Inquisitor, or monthly mirror of the drama. 

London. 1828. Portrait. Plate. **T.29.ii 

Paris-portrait. Collection de Paris-portrait: ancien Paris-theatre. 

[Hebdomadaire.] Publication litteraire et artistique contenant 

les portrait & les biographies des celebrites contemporaines. 

Annee 1-7. Paris. 1873-80. 7 v. in 4. Portraits. **T.2i.5 

Parterre, The, of fiction, poetry, history, and general literature. 

[Weekly.] No. 133-140. Jan. 7 - Feb. 25, 1837. [London. 1837.] 

Illus. **T.26.4i 

Pic Nic, The. Vol. i, 2. [Jan. 8- Apr. 9, 1803.] London. 1803. 2 v. 

**T.28.7 
Players, The: a dramatic, musical and literary journal. Vol. i; 2; 3 

(no. 54-78); 4 (no. ^0-82). Jan. 2, i860- July 20, 1861. [London.] 

i860, 61. 4 V. in I. Portraits. **T.22.7 

Playgoer, The. [Monthly.] No. 11-20, 27, 28. Aug. 15, 1902- Mar. 

1904. London. 1902-04. 12 nos. in i v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

Plans. **T.2S.i2 

Playgoers' Magazine, The. A monthly magazine for all players and 

playgoers. Edited by Paul Vedder. Vol. i (no. i-[3]). [Tan.- 

Mar. 1888.1 London. [1888.] Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.96.274 
Playgoers' Pocket-Book, The. The dramatic year, 1886, 87. With 

descriptions and illustrations of all the new plays of the year; 



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Periodicals. (Coiifinucd.) 

copies of many of the play-bills, and a complete record of 
dramatic events. By Paul Vedder. London. [1887, 88.] 2 v. 
in I. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.28.i2; etc. 

Playgoers' Year-Book, The, for 1888. Story of the stage the past 
year, with especial reference to Boston. By Charles E. L. Win- 
gate. Boston, Mass. [1888.] Illus. Portraits Plates. **T.25.24 

Premieres, Les, illustrees. Notes et croquis. Saison theatrale, 
1881/82-83/84, 85/86-87/88. [Annee 1-3, 5-7-] Paris. [1882-88.I 
6 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.23.i4 

Prompter, The; a weekly miscellany, devoted to public amusements. 
[June I, 1850 -Aug. 5, 1850.] Edited by Cornelius Mathews. 
[New York.] 1850. Portraits. **T.27.35; etc. 

Prompter, The, and Scottish dramatic review. Vol. i; 2 (no. i). 
Nov. 12, 1842- May 20, 1843. Edinburgh. 1842,43. **T.27.25 

Prompter, The; or, theatrical investigator. [Weekly.] No. [i-]i9- 
Manchester. [1815, 16.] **T.28.io 

Prompter's whistle, The. A weekly miscellany, devoted to public 
amusements. Edited by the man behind the curtain [Cornelius 
Mathews]. Aug. 31, 1850 -Sept. 28, 1850. [New York.] 1850. 
Portraits. **T.27.36; etc. 

Psyche, The. A magazine of belles lettres, the drama, poetry, 
music, and the fine arts. Monthly. No. 4. May, 1840. London. 
1840. Colored portrait. **T.97.i88 

Ramblers' Magazine, The, and New- York theatrical register. 1809/ 
10. Vol. I. New-York. [1810.] Portrait. **T.28.i9 

Rampe illustree, La. [Hebdomadaire.] Annee i (no. 1-9). Jan.- 
mars 1890. Paris. 1890. Portraits. Plates. Plans. **T.25.20 

Recueil d'anecdotes & curiosites de toutes sortes sur la litterature, 
le theatre, la galanterie, etc. Paris. 1871. **T.96.348 

Revue d'art dramatique. [Semi-monthly.] Tome 1-16, 29-32. 18S6- 
89, 93. Paris. 1886-93. 20 V. **T.25.4 

Revue des livres et du theatre. Annee 13, no 311, 313-315, 317. 
Directeur: H. Le Soudier. Paris. 1893, 94. *722i.5i 

Revue generale des theatres de Londres et de Paris, ou journal 
historique, critique, et litteraire, des pieces les plus remarquables, 
representees sur les differens theatres des deux capitales. [Bimen- 
suelle.] Annee 1819. [No. 1-6.] Londres. 1819. **T.26.3i 

Roscius, The, consisting of original memoirs of the principal actors 
and actresses; strictures on the drama, and its interests; original 
essays, green-room gossips, anecdotes, &c. [Vol. i (no. 1-5, 7). 
Jan. 4 -Aug. 9, 1825.] London. [1825.] Portraits. **T.27,26 

Saturday Programme, The, and sketch-book. [Weekly.] (With 
which is incorporated the Figaro-Programme.) Vol. 1-5. 1874- 
76. London. 1874-76. 5 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.25.i4 

Scene, La. Revue des succes dramatiques. Vol. i (no. 1-19, 21-24). 
Redacteur: E. Grand. Paris. 1877-81. Illus. Colored plates. 

**T.22.8 

Scene Shifter, The, or dramatic indicator and panorama of life as 

it is. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. 1-3). Nov. 27 - Dec. 11, 1848. 

[London.] 1848. Illus. Portraits. **T.23.9 

Scrap Book. [Weekly.] New series, no. 1-4. Apr. 23 - May 14, 

1831. [London.] 1831. Illus. **T.26.43 

Season, The. [Weekly.] An independent critical journal. Vol. i, 2 

(no. 1-13). Oct. 8, 1870 -Apr. i, 1871. New York. 1870, 71. 

Illus. Portraits. **T.2i.9 

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SociETE de I'histoire du theatre. Bulletin. Np. i-8. 1902, 03. Paris. 
1902, 03. 4 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Maps. Plans. **T.24.2 
Soirees parisiennes, Les, de [1874,] 1876-84. Par Un monsieur de 
I'orchestre (Arnold Morlier). Paris. 1875-85. 10 v. Plates. 

**T.27.2 

Spectateur, Le. Revue theatrale, litteraire et artistique. [Heb- 
domadaire.] Redacteur en chef: Jules de Clerville. No. 1-15. 
Dec. 2, 1875 -mars 9, 1876. Paris. 1875, 76. **T.27.7 

Sporting Pilot, The, and the Age, theatrical, musical, and sporting. 
[Weekly.] Vol. [i,] 2 (no. 23-27). Apr. 2 -Oct. i, 1864. [Lon- 
don. 1864.] Illus. Portraits. **T.2i.4 

Squib, The: a granulation of wit, satire, and amusement. [Weekly.] 
No. 1-29. June 4 -December 10, 1842. London. 1842. Illus. 

**T.2I.II 

Squib, The; being a satire on passing events in Lancashire. 
[Weekly.] No. 26, 27. Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 1833. [Manchester. 1833.] 

**T.26.6o 

Stage, The. Edited by Roland Burke Hennessy. [Weekly.] Vol. 
II, no. I. December 24, 1904. [New York.] 1904. Illus. Por- 
traits. **T.23.i7 

Stage, The: a weekly magazine of generalities, and a special guide 
to the sights of London. 1-14. London. 1849. **T.24.i3 

Stage, The; or theatrical inquisitor. [Monthly? London. 1828?] 
Portrait. Plate. **T.29.9; etc. 

Stage Year Book, The. 1908-11, 13-17. Edited by Lionel Carson. 
London. 1908-17. 9 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.9 

Stage-Manager, The ; a weekly journal of music and the drama. Vol. 
I (no. 1-4, 6-20); New series (no. 4, 5, 7-9, 11, 12). [London.] 
1849. 2 V. in I. Illus. Portraits. **T.23.6 

Stratford Theatrical Review, and stage reporter. No. i. Dec. 10, 
1827. [Stratford.] 1827. No. 2 in **G.382i.24 

Surrey Dramatic Spectator, The: or, critical remarks on the daily 
performances, with the bills of the play. Vol. i (no. 79). Jan, 
.30, 1828. [London.] 1S28. **T.26.i7 

Tableau, Le, des theatres, almanach nouveau. Pour I'annee 1750. 
A Paris. 1750. No. i in **G.3568.i.i 

Tatler, The, a miscellany of literature, fine arts, music, and 
theatricals. Edited by R. Seton. [Tri-weekly.] New series, 
no. 1-56, 58, 59. April 2 -October 6, 1832. London. 1833. 

**T.25.3o 

Theatre, The. A monthly review and magazine. July 1877 - Dec. 
1897. London. 1877-1897. 41 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. 

**T.25.i 

Theatre, The. [Monthly.] Vol. i- New York. 1901 to date. 
Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.22.i 

Theatre, The. [Semi-monthly.] Vol. i. Dec. i, 1851 - May 15, 
1852. Edinburgh. 1851, 52. **T.27.32 

Theatre, The. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. 1-4). Oct. 4-25, 1828. [Lon- 
don.] 1828. **T.26.46 

Theatre, The. [Weekly.] An illustrated magazine of drama, music, 
art. Deshler Welch, editor. Vol. 1-6; 7 (no. 1-18). Mar. 20, 
1886 -Mar. 2, 1891. New York. 1886-90. 7 v. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. Plans. Music. **T25.2;etc. 

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Periodicals. (Continued.) 

Theatre, The; or, dramatic and literary mirror. [Fortnightly.] Vol. 
I (no. 1-14); 2 (no. I [i. e. iS]-23)- Feb. 20 -Oct. 30, 1819. 
London. 1819. 2 v. in i. Colored portraits. **T.26.53; etc. 

Theatre, The, by Sir Richard Steele. [No. 1-28, January 2 -April 5, 
1720.] To which are added, the Anti-Theatre; The character of 
Sir John Edgar; &c. Illustrated with literary and historical 
anecdotes by John Nichols. London. 1791. Portrait. 

**T.26.23;etc. 
Theatre. Le. Revue bi-mensuelle. No. 1-4. Decembre i, 1874- 
janvier 15, 1875. Paris. 1874, 75. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 

**T.23.8 
Theatre, Le. Revue bimensuelle ijlustree. Annee 1-17. Paris. 
[1898-1914.] 17 V. in 29. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Music. 

**T.22.3 

Theatre Annual, Xhe. Edited by Clement Scott. London. 1884-88. 

5 V. in I. Portraits. **T.25.3 

Theatre Arts Magazine. [Quarterly.] Vol. i- November, 1916 

to date. [Detroit.] Plates. **T.25.35 

Theatrical Censor, The. [Semi-weekly.] No. 1-17. Dec. 9, 1805- 

Mar. 3, 1806. [Philadelphia. 1805, 06.] Plate. **T.26.58 

Theatrical Censor, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-6. May 24 -June 28, 

1828. [Manchester. 1828.] **T.98.66 

Theatrical Censor, The, and musical review. No. 1-28. Oct. i - 

Nov. 29, 1828. Philadelphia. 1828. **T.25.22 

Theatrical Chronicle, and dramatic review; with notes of London 

life. [Weekly.] Vol. [i] (no. [i-]2o); 2 (i-io); 3 (9, 19-21, 23- 

25, 34, 36); 5 (2-6, 9-13)- London. 1841-48. 4 v. in 2. Portraits. 

**T.23.7 
Theatrical Critique. [Nov. 7, Dec. 10, 1829. Newcastle. 1829.] 

**T.26.47 
Theatrical Examiner, The, for Sheffield. [Weekly.] Vol. i. Oct. 

28, 1824 -Jan. 24, 1825. Sheffield. 1825. **T.27.24; etc. 

Theatrical Examiner, The: or, critical remarks on the daily per- 
formances, with the bills of the play. Vol. 6 (no. 294); 7 (3, 17, 

22, 56, 131, 156, 187); 8 (70, 128, 172). [London.] 1828-30. 

**T.26.ii 
Theatrical Guardian, The. Mar. 5 -Apr. 9, 1791. No. 1-6. (To be 

continued weekly.) London. 1791. **T.24.7 

Theatrical Inquisitor, The. [Monthly.] April, 1818. London. 

1818. **T.26,54 

Same. Jan.-June, 1820. **K.34.io. 

Theatrical Inquisitor, The, and monthly mirror. Vol. 1-4. [Sept. 

1812-June, 1814.] London. 1812-14. 4 v. Portraits. **T.26.36 
Theatrical John Bull, The. [WeekJy. Vol. i. May 29 -Oct. 16. 

1824. Birmingham.] 1825. **T.28.4 

Theatrical Journal, The. [Weekly.] Vol. 3 (no. 107, 116, 117); 4 

(171-192, 195-204, 206-211); 5 (212-220, 222-232, 246-253, 256-259, 

261-263); 20-28. [London. 1842-67.] 12 v. in 5. **T.25.i6 

Theatrical Looker-On, The. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. 2-25); 2. 

Birmingham. 1822, 23. 2 v. Plate. **T.28.i3; etc. 

Theatrical Mince Pie, The, entirely original. Vol. i (no. 1-8). 

Jan. I - Feb. 19, 1825. London. 1825. **T.28.3 

Theatrical Mirror, The; or, daily bills of the performances. Vol. 

I (no. 1-36). Oct. I -Nov. 10, 1827. [London. 1827.] Illus. 

Portraits. **T.26.57 

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Theatrical Observer, The. [Daily.] Vol. 1-4. Dublin. 1821. 4 v. 

**T.28.i4 

Theatrical Observer, The: and daily bills of the play. Nov. 3, 1821- 
June 30, 1876. [Incomplete. London.] 1821-76. 53 v. **T.26.2 

Theatrical Programme, The, and Entr'acte. [Weekly.] No. 1-8. 
June 4- July 23, 1849. [London.] 1849. **T.26.24 

Theatrical Recorder, The: by Thomas Holcroft. Vol. i, 2. Lon- 
don. 1805, 06. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.5i 

Theatrical Repertory, The; or, weekly Rosciad. No. 1-26. Sept. 
19, i8oi-Mar. 29, 1802. [London.] 1801, 02. **T.26.66 

Theatrical Review, The. Jan. -Mar. 1807. [Monthly. London.] 
1807. **T.26.33 

Theatrical Rod, The! A weekly journal of the stage, literature, 
and general amusement. No. 1-3. [London. 1831.] **T.26.59 

Theatrical Tattler, The. Vol. i, no. 3. May j., 1830. Birmingham. 
1830. No. 4 in **G.3942.i5 ; etc. 

Theatrical Times, The. A weekly magazine of Provincial, Con- 
tinental, American, Metropolitan theatricals. Vol. 1-3. June 13, 
1846 -Dec. 30, 1848. London. 1847,48. 3 v. Portraits. **T.25.6 

Thespian, The. Vol. i (no. 3, 15, 60). Aug. 3, 15; Oct. 11, 1821. 
[Liverpool.] 182 1. **T.98.55 

Thespian, The. Vol. i (no. 2). Jan. 13, 1823. Bristol. 1823. 

**T.26.45 

Thespian, The, and dramatic record: a journal especially designed 
to promote the interests of the British stage. [Weekly.] No. 
1-15. Apr. 29 -Aug. 5, 1857. [London. 1857.] Portraits. 

**T.24.i4 

Thespian Magazine, The, and literary repository. [Monthly.] Vol. 
1-3. June 1792 -Sept. 1794. London. 1793, 94. 3 v. Portraits. 
Plates. **T.26.35;etc. 

Thespian Monitor, The, and dramatick miscellany. Vol. i (no. 
1-4). Nov. 25 - Dec. 16, 1809. By Barnaby Bangbar [pseud.]. 
Philadelphia. 1809. **T.28.i8 

Thespian Oracle, or monthly mirror, consisting of original pieces 
and selections from performances of merit, relating chiefly to 
the most admired dramatic compositions, and interspersed with 
theatrical anecdotes. Vol. i (no. i). [Jan. 1798.] Philadelphia. 
1798. Portrait. **T.26.62 

Thespian Sentinel, The; or, theatrical vade-mecum. [Daily.] V^ol. 
I, 2, 3 (no. 1-40). Sept. 26, 1825 -Mar. 3, 1826. London. 1825, 26. 

**T.27.9 

Touchstone; or, the new era. [Weekly.] Vol. i, 2. [London. 1877, 
78.] 2 V. Plates. **T.2i.7 

Townsman, The. No., 1-24; (to be continued occasionally). Ad- 
dressed to the inhabitants of Manchester, on theatricals. Man- 
chester. [1803-05.] **T.26.65;etc. 

Under the Clock. A weekly journal for playgoers. No. 1-40, 46, 
49. Jan. 30, 1884 -Jan. 3, 1885. London. 1884, 85. Portraits. 

**T.23.2 

Union Pilot, The, and co-operative intelligencer. Vol. i (no. 2). 
Jan. 21, 1832. [Manchester.] 1832. **T.26.48 

Universal musical and dramatic directory. 1913. The English 
edition of the Annuaire des artistes. English section giving all 
particulars of the music and dramatic trades and professions in 

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Gt. Britain and Ireland. London. 1913. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

Plans. *404i.99 

Variety. [Weekly.] Vol. 33-. Dec. 1913 to date. New York. 

Portraits. **T.22.io 

Weekly Dramatic Register, The: a concise history of the London 

stage for 1825-27. Compiled from The Theatrical Observer. Vol. 

1-3. London. 1825-27. 3 v. **T.26.i5; etc. 

Weekly Review, The, and dramatic critic. Vol. 1-3. Edinburgh. 

1852, 53- **T.27.6 

Weekly Theatrical Reporter, The, and Music Hall review. No. 

1-14. Dec. 14, 1867 -Mar. 14, 1868. [London.] 1867, 68. **T.23.io 
Perrault, Charles. 

Jean-Baptiste Poquelin de Moliere. (In Poulet-Malassis, Paul E. A., 

editor. Moliere juge par ses contemporains. Pp. 139-148. Paris. 1877.) 

Another copy is on shelf-number *4649a.55. **T.59.I3 

Perrie, George W. 

Buckskin Mose [pseud.] ; or, life from the Lakes to the Pacific, as 
actor, circus-rider, detective, ranger, gold-digger, Indian scout 
and guide. Written by himself. Edited, and with illustrations 
by C. G. Rosenberg. New York. Hinton. 1873. 285 pp. Plates. 

*2349a.i49 
Perrin, Emile Cesar Victor. 

Etude sur la mise en scene. Lettre a M. Francisque Sarcey. Paris. 

Quantin. 1883. 88 pp. **T.95.59 

Toast porte dans le banquet d'adieux offert a M. Regnier par les 

societaires de la Comedie-frangaise, le 14 octobre. 1875. Paris. 

Claye. 1875. iS, (i) PP- **T.97.i28 

Perrin, Emile Cesar Victor. Works about. 

Tregoff, C. de. M. £mile Perrin, administrateur general de la 
Comedie-frangaise, membre du Conseil municipal de la ville de 
Paris. Paris. 1873. **T.95.io8 

Perrinet d'Orval, Jean Charles. 

Essay sur les feux d'artifice pour le spectacle et pour la guerre. A 
Paris, chez Coustelier. 1745. xij, (4), 224 pp. 13 plates. **T.97.20 
Perrodil, Edouard de. 

Monsieur Clown! Illustrations de J. Blass. Paris. Dalou. 1889. 
183, (3) pp. Illus. 2679a.262 

Perronet, Vincent. 

An essay on recreations. London, Printed, and sold by J. and P. 
Knapton. 1745. 27 pp. No. 2 in **G.3823.4.2 

In opposition to dancing especially. 

Persia. Theatres. 

Chodzko, a. E. B. Le theatre en Perse. [Paris. 1844?] **T.g5.i42 
Person, Beatrix. 

HouNAU, J. Mile Person (Beatrix). Paris. 1854. **T.95.65 

Perugini, Mark E. 

The art of ballet. Philadelphia. The J. B. Lippincott Co. [1915.] 
339, (i) PP- Portraits. Plates. 40493.376 

Bibliography, p. 8. 

Petersen, Julius. 

Schiller und die Biihne. Ein Beitrag zur Litteratur- und Theater- 
geschichte der klassischen Zeit. Berlin. Mayer & Miiller. 1904. 
(11), 497 pp. [Palaestra. 32.] 6872.84 

"Einleitung und Abschnitt i-,^ wurden im Sonimer 1903 als Berliner Dissertation 
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Peth, Jakob. 

Geschichte des Theaters und der Musik zu Mainz. Ein Beitrag zur 

deutschen Theatergeschichte. Mainz. Prickarts. 1879, 83. 2 v. 

in I. **T.76.23 

Appended is a continuation to 1883. 

Petit de Julleville, Louis. 

Histoire du theatre en France: Les comediens en France au moyen 

age. Paris. Cerf. 1885. (3), 363, (0 PP- 4671.74; **T.77.i59 

Histoire du theatre en France: Les mysteres. Paris. Hachette & 

cie. 1880. 2 V. 4673-55 

Histoire du theatre en France: Repertoire du theatre comique en 

France au moyen-age. Paris. Cerf. 1886. vi, (i), 409, (i) pp. 

4670.5 

Petit moissonneur, Le, des theatres, dedie aux dames. Paris. Lefuel. 

[18—?] 192 pp. Portraits. **T.79.24 

Petite biographie des acteurs et actrices des theatres de Paris, avec 

I'age de ces dames. Paris. 1831-1832. 108 pp. **T.79.22 

Petite biographie dramatique. Saint Hilaire, A. V. de. **T.57.389; etc. 

Petite biographie dramatique, faite avec adresse par un moucheur de 

chandelles [pseud.]. Paris. 1826. 77 pp. **T.99.56 

Petite Bunkum, pseud. See Bunkum, Petite, pseud. 

Petite revue, La, du samedi. 

Recueil d'anecdotes & curiosites de toutes sortes sur la litterature, 

le theatre, la galanterie, etc. [Composed of the weekly issues of 

La petite revue du samedi, 19 mai-ii aoiit 1866, bound together 

with title-page and index.] Paris. 1871. **T.96.348 

Petites etudes. Banville, T. F. de. **T.97.279; etc. 

Petites Manchaballe, Les. Saint-Genies, R., Vkomte de. **T.87.66 

Petites verites au grand jour, sur les acteurs, les peintres, les journalistes, 

rinstitut, le Portique Republicain, Bonaparte, etc. Par un societe 

d'envieux, d'intrigans et de cabaleurs [pseud. Paris]. Se trouve 

par-tout. An viii. [1800.] (4), 136 pp. **T.57.399 

Petits memoires d'une stalle d'orchestre. Audebrand, P. **T.77.i25 

Petits mysteres, Les, de I'Ecole lyrique. [Anon.] See Savard, Felix. 

Petits mysteres, Les, de I'Opera. Second, A. **M.i43,i7 

Petits mysteres, Les, de la vie theatrale. Lemonnier, A. **T.97.i68 

Petits secrets, Les, de la comedie. Scroll, A. **T.97.248 

Petronius Arbiter, Esq., pseud. 

Memoirs of the present Countess of Derby, (late Miss Farren); 
including anecdotes of several distinguished persons. London: 
Published by Symonds. [1797.] 27, (i) pp. **T.55.2 

Petronius Arbiter, Esq., pseud. Works about. 

Testimony, The, of truth to exalted merit: or, a biographical sketch 
of the Right Honourable the Countess of Derby; in refutation of a 
false and scandalous libel. London. 1797. **T.57.347 

Peyre, Roger. 

Les galeries celebres. Le foyer des artistes a la Comedie-frangaise. 
Paris. Charles. 1895. 29 pp. **T.95.66 

Phelps, Henry P. 

Players of a century. A record of the Albany stage. Including 
notices of prominent actors who have appeared in America. 
[Subscribers' edition.] Albany. McDonough. 1880. x, 13-424 pp.. 

**T.77.7 
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Phelps, Henry P. (Continued.) 

The stage history of famous plays. Hamlet from the actors' stand- 
point. Its representatives, and a comparison of their perform- 
ances. New York. Werner. 1890. x, 180 pp. Portraits. 

4597.116; **T.57.4i 
Phelps, Samuel. 

Coleman, J., and E. Coleman. Memoirs of Samuel Phelps. Lon- 
don. 1886. Portrait. **T.56.2i9 
Phelps, W. M., and J. Forbes-Robertson. The life and work of 
Samuel Phelps. London. 1S86. Portraits. 4550.54; **T.56.64 
Phelps, William May, and John Forbes-Robertson. 

The life and work of Samuel Phelps. London. Sampson Low, 
Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1886. x, (i), 436 pp. Portraits. 
Autograph facsimile. 4550.54; **T.56.64 

Philadelphia. Theatres. 

Armstrong, W. G. A record of the opera in Philadelphia. Phila- 
delphia. 1884. 4044.82 
Brede, C. F. Schiller on the Philadelphia stage to the year 1830. 
(In German American Annals. Vol. 7, pp. 254-275. Philadelphia. 
1905.) *722i.35.7;etc. 
Lansing & Co., publishers. Pictorial diagrams of Boston, New York, 
and Philadelphia theatres. Boston. [1881.] Illus. Plans. **T.78.86 
Philadelphia. Theatres. American Academy of Music. 

Annual report of the directors to the stockholders, i6th, 24th - 37th. 
1869, 77-90. Philadelphia. Hallowell & Co. 1869-90. 15 v. in 2. 
The report for 1879 reproduces programmes offered since 1857. *8057.Go 

Charter and prospectus of the opera house, or American Academy 
of Music. Philadelphia. Crissy & Markley. 1852. 16 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 7 in **G.3822.2. No. I3 in *4478.26 

Philadelphia. Theatres. American Academy of Music. Works about. 
History and description of the Opera House or American Academy 
of Music, in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. [1857.] 

No. 6 in *437oa.79 

Security. Letters from John R. Cantlin, C. John Hexamer, William 

M'Devitt [relating to precautions against fire]. Philadelphia. 

[1885.] 40193.98 

Philadelphia. Theatres. Chestnut Street Theatre. 

EwiNG, R. W. The theatrical contributions of "Jacques" [pseud.] 
to the "United States' Gazette:" being an account of the perform- 
ances at the new theatre, Philadelphia; during the season of 
1825-6. Philadelphia. 1826. **T.49.i2; etc. 

Philalethe, pseud. 

Deux avis sur ce siecle, ou le vieillard d'autrefois refute par I'homme 

d'aujourdhui. Critique pour les uns, panegyrique pour les autres, 

poeme philosophique et moral pour tout le monde. Suivi d'une 

epitre a M-" Talma. Paris. Dubois. [18 — ?] **T.97.i33 

Philipi, pseud. 

A peep into the Theatre-Royal, Manchester; with some remarks on 
the merits and demerits of the performers. Manchester. Bancks. 
1800. 31, (i) pp. **T.98.63 

Philipp, Adolf, editor. 

Hamburger Theater-Dekamerone. 2. Auflage, erweitert durch eine 
Geschichte des Thalia-Theaters. Hamburg. Rademacher. 1881. 
xxxii, 342, (2) pp. Autograph facsimiles. **T.57.252 

Autobiographical sketches of actors. 



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Philippoteaux, Felix Emmanuel Henri. 

The great siege of Paris: 1870-71. [By Philippoteaux.] Also, the 
assassination of the Archbishop of Paris [Darboy] at the hands 
of the Commune of 1871. [By Desbrosses. Description of the 
pictures. Boston. 187-?] 23 pp. 26393.33 

"On exhibition cor. Columbus Ave. and Ferdinand Street, Boston." 

Phillipps, Adelaide. 

Waterston, a. C. Q. Adelaide Phillipps. A record by Mrs. R. C. 
Waterston. Boston. 1883. Plate. 4345.81 ; **M.ioi. 10 

Same. 2d edition. Cupples, Upham & Co. *P.ii.69i7 

Phillips, E. Watts. 

Watts Phillips: artist and playwright. London. Cassell & Co., Ltd. 
i8qi. 174 pp. Portraits. Facsimiles. 4541.122; **T.55.43 

Phillips, Edward. 

The players: a satire. [Poetry. Anon.] London: Printed for W. 
Mears. I733- (46) pp. No. 4 in **G.3823.3 

Phillips, Henry. 

Musical and personal recollections during half a century. London. 
Skeet. 1864. 2 V. Portrait. **M. 1493.2 

Phillips, Henry Albert. 

The photodrama. The philosophy of its principles, the nature of its 
plot, its dramatic construction and technique illumined by copious 
examples, together with a complete photoplay and a glossary, 
making the work a practical treatise. Introduction by J. Stuart 
Blackton. Larchmont, N. Y. The Stanhope-Dodge Publishing 
Co. [1914.] 221 pp. [The authors' hand-book series.] 80393.90 
Phillips, Watts. 

The wild tribes of London. London. Ward & Lock. 1855. 120 pp. 
Illus. Plates. **T.97.297 

An account of the London slums and some of its amusements. 

PhUlips, Watts. Works about. 

Coleman, J. The truth about The dead heart, with reminiscences 
of the author [Watts Phillips] and the actors thereof. London. 

1890. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.57.267 
London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. Souvenirs of The dead heart, 

by Watts Phillips, presented at the Lyceum Theatre, by Henry 

Irving, 28th Sept., 1889. London. 1889. (13) plates. 65703.13 

Phillips, E. Watts. Watts Phillips: artist and playwright. London 

1891. Portraits. 4541.122; **T.55.43 
Philo-Dramaticus, pseud. 

A letter to C. Kemble and R. W. Elliston, on the present state of 
the stage. London. Marsh. 1825. (2), 17 pp. **T.76.i22 

Philofiddle, pseud. 

A letter to the public, on the management of the Opera. London. 
Ginger. 1805. 3-30 pp. . **T.96.36i 

Philomusus, S., M.A., pseud. • 

Mr. Law's Unlawfulness of the stage entertainment examin'd: and 
the insufficiency of his arguments fully demonstrated. London, 
Printed: and sold by J. Roberts. 1726. 31, (i) pp. **T.76.9i 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 9 in **G.3824. 14 ; No. 1 in **G.3823.2i. 
Law's The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-entertainment fully demonstrated 
may be found on shelf-numbers **T.76.95 ; **T. 96.56; No. 10 in **G. 3823. 3. 

Philo-technicus Miso-mimides, pseud. 

Foote's Prologue detected; with a miniature-prose epilogue of his 
manner in speaking it. [2d edition.] London. Printed for the 
author. 1770. 35 pp. No. 4 in **G.3824.i 



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Philo-technicus Miso-mimides, pseud. (Continued.) 

Same. Appendix. Containing with other curious articles a new 
occasional epilogue, for the close of his Theatre. London. Printed 
for the author. 1770. 39, d) PP- No. 4a in **G.3824.i 

Phippen, Francis, reporter. 

Authentic account. An, of the late Mr. Whitbread. Consisting of 

facts & anecdotes relating to his latter days and death. Witli the 

genuine report of the inquest taken in short-hand by Francis 

Phippen including a memoir of his life. London. 1815. **T.96.3i8 

Phister, Montgomery, editor. 

Official hand-book of the Dramatic Festival held in Music Hall, 
Cincinnati, April 30 -May 5, 1883. Cincinnati. Hall. 1883. 71 
pp. Plates. Plans. **T.94.7 

Phiz, pseud. See Browne, Hablot Knight. 

Photodrama, The. Phillips, H. A. Sosga.gi 

Photographies a la plume. Gilbert, F., and E. Coulon. **T.57.379 

Photoplay, The: a psychological study. Muensterberg, H. 80393.48 

Photoplays. See Moying pictures. 

Physical culture. Emerson, C. W. **T.96.233; etc. 

Physiognomy. 

BoREE, A. Etudes physiognomiques. Les expressions de la figure 

humaine. 119 fac-simile d'apres nature, avec texte explicatif. 

Paris. [1900.] *76oo.48 

Piderit, T. Le mimique et la physiognomic. Paris. 1888. *56o6.32 

Physiologie des foyers de tous les theatres de Paris. Arago, J. E. V. 

**T.79.8 
Physiologie du theatre. Auger, H. N. J. - **T.76.27; etc. 

COUAILHAC, J. J. L. **T.99.29 

Physionomies parisiennes. 

Frebault, £. Les industriels du macadam. Paris. 1868. Plates. 

**T.99.43 
Monselet, C. Acteurs et actrices. Paris. 1867. Plates. 

**T.99.4o;etc. 
Pi Eta Society. Harvard College. 

Pi Eta theatricals. The Viking. Presented April 15-25, 1901. [Pro- 
gramme. Cambridge. 1901.] 48 pp. Plates. Portraits. **T.32.3 
Picard, Louis Benoit. 

Notice sur Iffland et sur Brandes. {In Iffland, A. W. Memoires de 
Aug. Guil. Iffland. Pp. i-lv. Paris. 1823.) **T.56.8 

Another copy i.i on shelf-number **G. 224.2. 10. 

Picardy, Fjance. Theatres. 

Lecocq, G. Histoire du theatre en Picardie depuis son origine jusqu'a 
la fin du xvi^ siecle. Paris. 1880. Plans. **T.74.i7 

Pichler, Anton. 

Chronik des Grossherzoglichen Hof- und National-Theaters in Mann- 
heim. Zur Feier seines hundertjjihrigen Bestehens. Mannheim. 
1879. Plate. **T.75.69 

Pichot, Pierre Amedee. 

Les memoires d'un dompteur rediges d'apres les souvenirs personnels 
du celebre Martin. 2^ edition. Paris. Ghio. 1881. viii, 247 pp. 
Portrait. **T,57.23i 

Pick, Albert. 

Erfurter Theatervorstellungen in der guten alten Zeit. Hamburg. 
Richter. 1899. 29 pp. [Sammlung gemeinverstandlicher wissen- 
schaftlicher Vortrage.] *59i4,50.N.F.i3 

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Pick, Robert Freeman. 

The private library of Robert Freeman Pick (with some additions). 
For sale at auction by the Anderson Auction Company. New 
York. [1907-] 112 pp. **T.65.29 

Pickard, John. 

Der Standort der Schauspieler und des Chora im griechischen 
Theater des 5ten Jahrhunderts. Miinchen. Ackermann. 1892. 
36 pp. Plates. 2972.27 

Pickett, La Salle Corbell. 

Across my path. Memories of people I have known. New York. 
Brentano. 1916. ix, 148 pp. Portraits. Plates. 2249a.ii3 

Recollections of actresses and American authoresses. Actresses: Helena 
Modjeska, Charlotte Cushman, Adelaide Neilson, Adelaide Ristori, Laura 
Keene, Jean Davenport Lander, Fannie Janauschek, Fanny Kemble, Anna Cora 
Mowatt, Ellen Tree. 

Pic Nic, The. Vol. i, 2. [Jan. 8 -Apr. 9, 1803.] London. Hughes. 
1803. 2 V. **T.28.7 

No more was published. This edition is a reprint of the fourteen original weekly 
issues. Edited by William Combe. 

Picot, Auguste Emile. 

Bibliographic cornelienne; ou, description raisonnee de toutes les 
editions des osuvres de Pierre Corneille, des imitations ou traduc- 
tions qui en ont ete faites, et des ouvrages relatifs a Corneille et a 
ses ecrits. Paris. Fontaine. 1876. xv, 552 pp. Portrait. **T.56.ii3 
Picot, Emile. See Picot, Auguste Emile. 
Piderit, Theodor. 

Le mimique et la physiognomonie. Trad, d'apres le 2e edition, par 
A. Girot. Paris. Alcan. 1888. (3), vii, 280 pp. [Bibliotheque 
de philosophic contemporaine.] *56o6.32 

Piermarini, Giuseppe. 

Teatro della Scala in Milano. [Piante ecc] Roma. Calcografia 
camerale. 1826. 8 plates. *Cab.6o.i85.2 

Pierron, Eugene Athanase. 

Virginie Dejazet. Paris. Bolle-Lasalle. 1856. (5), 359 PP- Por- 
trait. Manuscript facsimile. **T.57.4i3 
Pierrot. 

HuGOUNET, P. Mimes et pierrots. Notes et documents inedits pour 
servir a I'histoire de la pantomime. Paris. 1889. Plate. 

**T.95.i35 
Pifteau, Benjamin Julien. 

Les maitresses de Moliere. Amours du grand comique. Leur in- 
fluence sur son caractere et son oeuvre. Paris. Willem. 1879. 
loi, (i) pp. Portrait. Plates. **T.57.33i 

Moliere en province: etude sur sa troupe ambulante. Suivie de 
Moliere en voyage, comedie en un acte, en vers. Paris. Willem. 
1879. 103, (i) pp. Portrait. Plates. **T.57.332 

Pifteau, Benjamin Julien, and Julien Goujon. 

Histoire du theatre en France des origines au Cid (1398-1636). Paris. 
1879. **T.48.i9 

Pigeonnier, Marie, pscitd. See Colombier, Marie. 
Pilgrim, A, pseud. 

An essay on some of the fashionable amusements of the world, as 
cards, balls, and plays. High Wycombe. [1801.] **T.96.55 

Pillet, Fabien. 

Melpomene et Thalie vengees, ou nouvelle critique impartiale et 
raisonnee tant des differens theatres de Paris, que des pieces qui 

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Pillet, Fabien. (Continued.) 

y ont ete representees pendant le cours de I'annee derniere. 2^ 

annee. [Anon.] A Paris, chez Marchand. An vii. [ 1799-1 188 

pp. Plate. **T.79.6 

The issue for the preceding year is entitled: Verites a I'ordre du jour [**T.7g.7'i. 

Revue des comediens, ou critique raisonnee de tous les acteurs, 
danseurs et mimes de la capitale. Par M.* * *, vieux comedien 
[pseud, of A. B. L. Grimod de La Reyniere] ; et par I'auteur de 
La lorgnette des spectacles. Paris. Favre. 1808. 2 v. in i. 

**T.59.32 

Verites a I'ordre du jour, ou nouvelle critique raisonnee, tant des 
acteurs des theatres de Paris, que des pieces qui y ont ete repre- 
sentees pendant le cours de I'annee derniere. 2e edition, revue. 
[Anon.] A Paris, chez Gamier. An vi. 1798. 160 pp. Plate. 

**T.79.7 
The issue for the following year is entitled: Melpomene et Thalie vengees 
[♦*T.79.6]. 

Pillet, Fabien, and others. 

La lorgnette de spectacle ou la revue des acteurs. Par Fabien Pillet 

et autres habitues du parterre. 2e edition. A Paris, chez Hollier. 

An VII de la Republique [1798/99]- (2), 292 pp. **T.59.45 

La nouvelle lorgnette de spectacles. Par Fabien Pillet, et autres. 

Pans. Dufay. An ix. (1801.) 287 pp. Plate. **T.59.46 

Brief notes of the actors of the theatres of Paris, arranged alphabetically. 

Pilon, Frederick. 

An essay on the character of Hamlet. As performed by Mr. Hender- 
son, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. [Anon.] London, 
Printed for N. Flexney. [i777-] (4). 25 pp. No. 4 in **G.3937.ii 
Pin-basket, The, to the children of Thespis. Williams, J. **T.58.38 

Pindar, Peter, of Philadelphia. 

A short and correct sketch of the life of Mad'lle Fanny Elssler. (The 
celebrated danseuse.) Philadelphia. [1841.] 8 pp. 

No. 3 in **G.3822.4.2 
Pindar, Peter. Esq., pseud. See Wolcot, John. 

Pine, Robert Edge. 

Verplanck, G. C. Garrick: his portrait [by Robert Edge Pine] in 
New York, its artist, and history. [A letter addressed to A. M. 
Cozzens at the Sketch Club, January 9.] New York. 1857. Por- 
trait. *6545-9 
Pinkham, George Ripley. 

Studies of the drama. Issue i. The general characteristics and 
dramatic unities of the Greek plays. [Baltimore.] 1849. 27 pp. 

Contains also an account of the Greek theatre. **T.46.49 

Pipes, Jeems, of Pipesville, pseud. See Massett, Stephen C. 

Pischel, Richard. 

The home of the puppet play. An address on assuming the office 
of Rector of the Konigliche Vereinigte Friedrichs-Universitat, 
Halle-Wittenberg, on the 12th July, 1900. Translated by Mildred 
C. Tawney (Mrs. R. N. Vyvyan). London. Luzac & Co. 1902. 
(2), 32 pp. 2256.18 

Pit, Patrick, pseud. 

The Thespian critique, or theatrical censor. Inscribed (without 
permission) to William Murray, of the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh. 
No. 1-4. [Edinburgh. 1816.] **T.76.24 

Criticisms of the performances of Oct. 8-12, 1816. 

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Pitou, Augustus. 

Masters of the show as seen in retrospection by one who has been 
associated with the American stage for nearly fifty years. New 
York. Thomas Y. Crowell Co. [1914.] Portraits. Facsimiles. 

6257.369 
Pitt, William, the Younger. 

Review, A, of the present state of the British theatre, on [or] 
useful hints to Mr. Pitt, on taxation. [A satire in verse.] London. 
[1795?] No. 8in**G.3820.ii 

Pittard, Joseph. 

Observations on Mr. Garrick's acting; in a letter to the Right Hon. 
the Earl of Chesterfield. London: Printed for J. Cooke and J. 
Coote. 1758. 3-24 pp. **T.97.ii9 

Relates to Garrick's acting of King Lear. Another copy is on shelf-number 
No. 8 in **G.3824.i5. 

Pixerecourt, Rene Charles Guilbert de. See Guilbert de Pixerecourt, 

Rene Charles. 
Place au theatre! Satnt-Genies, R., Vicomte de. **T.87.67 

Placide le vieux, pseud. See Charlemagne, Jean Armand. 
Plagiarism. 

Langbatne, G. Momus triumphans: or, the plagiaries of the English 

stage; expos'd in a catalogue of all the comedies, tragi-comedies, 

masques, tragedies, operas, pastorals, interludes, &c., that were 

ever yet printed in English. With an account of the various 

originals. London. 1688. **T.66.ii; etc. 

Plagiary, The, "warned." Parkes, J. **T.75.62; etc. 

Plaidoyer pour ma maison. Tisserant, J. H. No. 4 in **M. 138.15 

Plain, Timothy, pseud. See Threepland, Moncrieff. 
Plain English. Hollingshead, J. **T.77.66 

Plain talk, A, about the theatre. Johnson, H. **T.78.77 

Plaisirs, Les, de Paris. Delvau, A. **T.98.i42 

Planche, James Robinson. 

Personal reminiscences by Chorley, Planche and Young. New York. 

Scribner, Armstrong & Co. 1874. xxiii, 297 pp. 4559a. 173 

The recollections and reflections of J. R. Planche. A professional 

autobiography. London. Tinsley. 1872. 2 v. Portrait. Plate. 

Facsimiles. 4543.52; **T. 56.230 

Remarks on the costume, etc., of some of the sketches by Inigo 

Jones. Plates. (7;/ Collier, John P., editor. Inigo Jones. Pp. 

53-62. London. 1848.) No. 2 in *4596.i6 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3927. 15. 

Plans relatifs au Palais-Royal, et discussion des questions qu'ils ont 
fait naitre au proces entre S. A. S. Msr le Due d' Orleans et le 
Sieur Julien. [Paris. 1818.] (i), 17 pp. Plates. Colored plans. 

**T.75.35 

The suit concerned the ownership of the Theatre-franQais in the Palais-Royal. 

Plautus, Titus Maccius. 

Bellasis, E. The money jar of Plautus at the Oratory School: an 
account of the recent representation. London. 1885. Illus. Plate. 

**T.56.i35 
Play, The, and the public. Fitch, W. C. 4409b.i79.4 

Play, The, of today. Hunt, E. R. 6257.64 

Play production. See Theatre. Management. 

Play production in America. Krows, A. E. 8o69a.i63; **T.76.i96 

Play writing. See Drama. Construction. 



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Player's tragedy, A. Fvfe, H. H. **T.88.2i 
Players, The, Nczv York City. 

[Constitution, house rules, list of members, etc. 1888-91, 95- New 

York. 1888-95.] 8 V. *4378.i42 

The issue for 1888 contains the constitution onlir. 

Memorial celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the birth of 

Edwin Boeth. Held in the Madison Square Garden Concert 

Hall. November the thirteenth. [New York.] 1893. (i), 60 pp. 

Portrait. Plate. *434i.i37; **T.55-i34 

The pictures and relics of The Players. New York. 1907. 32 pp. 

**T.98.2i 
The pictures of The Players. [Catalogue. New York. 1895-] 7 PP- 
^rostly of actors. 8077.55 

Players, The, New York City. Works about. 

Parsons, T. W. Address to the assembly at the opening of the 

Player's Club in New York. [Verse. New York. 1888.] *A.6728.4 

Players, The: a dramatic, musical and literary journal. Vol. i; 2; 3 

(no. 54-78); 4 (no. 80-82). Jan. 2, 1860-July 20, 1861. [London.] 

i860, 61. 4 V. in I. Portraits. **T.22.7 

Players, The: a satire. [Anon.] See Phillips, Edward. 

Players, The; or, the stage of life. Serle, T. J. **T.87.i 

Players and plays of the last quarter century. Strang. L. C. 

4343.215; **T.77.i8 
Players, The, and the Puritans. [New York. 1863.] 104-110 pp. 

No. 25 in **G.3822.3 

In favor of the theatre. Cut from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, June, 1863 
[Periodical Room *52io.i2.i863]. 

Players blue book, The. Storms, A. D. **T.55.56 

Players of a century. Phelps, H. P. **T.77.7;etc. 

Players, The, of London. Chancellor, L. B. *4574-I95 

Players of the day. A series of portraits in colour of theatrical 

celebrities of the present time. London. George Newnes, Ltd. 

[1903.] (48) colored portraits. **T.5i.ii 

Each portrait is accompanied by a biographical sketch. 

Players of the period. Goddard, A. 2546.114; **T.56.i6 

Players of the present. Clapp, J. B., and E. F. Edgett. **T.95.22 

Players scourge. The. Haldane, J. **T.96.8o; etc. 

Playgoer, The. [Monthly.] No. 11-20, 27, 28. Aug. 15, 1902 -Mar. 
1904. London. Dawbarn & Ward, Ltd. [and Greening & Co., 
Ltd.]. 1902-04. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. **T.25.i2 

Playgoers' Magazine, The. A monthly magazine for all players and 
playgoers. Edited by Paul Vedder. Vol. i (no. i-[3]). [Jan.- 
Mar. 1888.] London. Kent & Co. [1888.] 128 pp. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. Autograph facsimiles. **T.96.274 

No more was published. 

Playgoers' Pocket-Book, The. The dramatic year, 1886, 87. With 
descriptions and illustrations of all the new plays of the year; 
copies of many of the play-bills, and a complete record of dramatic 
events. By Paul Vedder. London. Maxwell [& Blackett. 1887, 
88]. 2 V. in I. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.28.i2 

Same. 1886. **T.98.92 

Criticisms of the London theatres. 

Playgoers' Year-Book, The, for 1888. Story of the stage the past year, 
with especial reference to Boston. By Charles E. L. Wingate. 
Boston. Mass. The Stage Publishing Co. [1888.] 86 pp. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. **T.25.24 

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Playhouse, The, and the play. Mackaye, P. 6257.55; **T.47.34 

Playhouse impressions. Walki,ey, A. B. 4577.141; **T.47. 107 

Playhouse pocket-companion, The, or theatrical vade-mecum: contain- 
ing, I. A catalogue of all the dramatic authors who have written 
for the English stage. 11. A catalogue of anonymous pieces, iii. 
An index of plays and authors. Prefixed, a critical history of the 
English stage. London: Printed and sold by Messrs. Richardson 
and Urquhart. i779- 9-1/9 PP- **T.47.ioi 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **K.48.i5; No. 8 in **G.3823.4. 

Playing about. Hill, B. E. **T.56.i5 

Play-making. Archer, W. 6257.377; etc. 

Plays and players. Eaton, W. P. 6257.301; **T.46.70 

HuTTON, L. 2405.59; **T. 76.56 

Plays and plaj^ers at the Edinburgh Adelphi Theatre. July, 1834. 

[Anon.] See Logan, William Hugh. 
Plays and players in modern Italy. McLeod, A. 6257.68 

Plays of our forefathers. Gayley, C. M. 2571. 114 

Plays of the present. Clapp, J. B., and E. F. Edgett. *4504.47; **T.95.27 
Plays, players and playhouses. Lennox, Lord W. P. 2454.59; **T.77.82 
Playwright's adventures, A. Reynolds, F. **T.89.i 

Playwright's daughter, A. Edwards, A. **T.87.94 

Playwrights. See Dramatists. 

Pleadings in a theatrical law suit. Temp. Henry viii. (From the 

Records of the Court of Requests.) [John Rastell v. Henry 

Walton.] (In English garner, An. Fifteenth century prose and 

verse. Pp. 305-321. Westminster. 1903.) 4557-43 

Pleasure gardens. 

Wroth, W. W., and A. E. Wroth. The London pleasure gardens of 

the eighteenth century. London. 1896. Portraits. Plates, some 

colored. Map. 2493.157 

Pleasures and palaces. Lazarovich-Hrebelianovich, E., Princess. 6252.119 

Plouvier, Edouard, prefacer. 

Geoffroy, C. M. Nouvelle galerie des artistes dramatiques vivants. 
Paris. 1855. 2 V. Portraits. **T.53.9 

Plumptre, Anne, translator. 

KoTZEBUE, A. F. F. VON. Sketch of the life and literary career of 
Augustus von Kotzebue ; with the journal of his tour to Paris, 
at the close of 1790. London. 1800. Portrait. **T.56.i37 

Plumptre, James. 

Four discourses on subjects relating to the amusement of the stage: 
preached at Great St. Marj-'s Church, Cambridge, September 25, 
and October 2, 1808; with notes. Cambridge. Hodson. 1809. xv, 
281 pp. **T.75.49 

In favor of the theatre. Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G.3953.2; No. 4 in 
**G.3823.i9. 

An inquiry into the lawfulness of the stage. Taken principally from 
Four discourses on subjects relating to the amusement of the 
stage. Cambridge. Hodson. 1812. 30 pp. No. 5 in **G.3823.i9 

A letter to the author of a tract entitled The stage: three dialogues 
between Mr. Clement and Mr. Mortimer. Published by the 
Religious Tract Society. Cambridge. Hodson. 1819. 21, (i) pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. i in **G.382i.5. **T.g6.70 

A letter to the most noble the Marquis of Hertford, Lord Chamber- 
lain of His Majesty's Household, and Master of the Revels, on the 
subject of a dramatic institution. Cambridge. Hodson. 1820. 13 pp. 
Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **G.3824.iS- **T.76.75 

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Plus de rideau. Villemarest, C. M. C. de. No. 9 in **G.3562.i 

Plutarchus. 

Flickinger, R. C. Plutarch as a source of information on the Greek 
theater. A dissertation, University of Chicago. Chicago. 1904. 

3002.79 

Poetical review, The, a poem. Being a satirical display of the literal 

characters of Mr. G*rr*ck [Garrick], Mr. C*lm*n [Colman], Mr. 

Sh*r***n [Sheridan], Genl. B**rg***e [Burgoyne], Mr. M*ckl*n 

[Macklin], Dr. K*nr**k [Kenrick]. The canonical duellist [H. 

Bates], &c. &c. &c. With a word to the Critical, London, and 

Monthly reviewers. The third edition, with additions. London: 

Printed for the author. [1780?] iv, 28 pp. No. 13 in **G.3820.ii 

Poets and profits at Drury Lane Theatre. Kenney, C. L. **T.78.20 

Poilow de Saint-Mars, Gabrielle Anne de Cisternes de Court/iras, 

Vicomtesse de. (Jacques Reynaud.) 

Portraits contemporains. Paris. Amyot. 1864. (3), 286, (i) pp. 

**T.57.423 

Contains sketches of Rosina Stoltz, Adelaide Ristori, Rose Cheri (Mme 
Montigny). 

Poinsot, Antoine Edniond. (Georges D'Heylli.) 

Brindeau, societaire retire de la Comedie-frangaise. (1814-1882.) 
Paris. Tresse. 1882. 40 pp. Portrait. **T.57.i7 

Comedie-frangaise. Bressant (1833-1877). Documents recueillis aux 
archives des Varietes, du Theatre imperial de Saint-Petersbourg, 
du Gymucise et de la Comedie-frangaise. Paris. Librairie generale. 
1877- (3), 74, (2) pp. Portrait. **T.57.432 

Pp- 35-74 contains a list of the roles played by Bressant at Paris and at St. 
Petersburg. 

Delaunay, societaire de la Comedie-frangaise. Paris. Tresse. 1883. 

(3), 68 pp. Portrait. Manuscript facsimile. **T.57.i8 

Foyers et coulisses. Histoire anecdotique des theatres de Paris. 

Paris. Tresse. 1873-85. 14 v. in 7. Portraits. **T.79.2 

Contents. — I. Folies-dramatiques. 2. Bouffes-parisiens. 3. Varietes. 4. Palais- 
royal. 5. Comedie-frangaise. 6. Vaudeville. 7. Gaite. 8. Opera. 9. Gymnase. 
10. Porte-Saint-Martin. 11. Odeon. 12. Ambigu-comique. 13. Renaissance. 14. 
Opera-comique. 

Livraisons 1-4, 6, 7, 10-13 are by Henry Buguet; livraisons 5, 8 and 14, by 
Poinsot. Livraison 9 is anonymous, but is attributed in the catalogue of the 
Bibliotheque Nationale to Henry Buguet. 

Journal intime de la Comedie frangaise. (1852-1871.) Paris. Dentu. 
1879. xii, 562, (2) pp. 2639.68; **T.77.i45 

Leon Guillard, archiviste de la Comedie frangaise. (1810-1878.) 
Paris. Librairie generale. 1878. 35 pp. Portrait. 

No. 3 in **M. 138.15 

Madame Arnould-Plessy (1834-1876). Notice avec documents re- 
cueillis aux archives du Theatre-frangais. Paris. Tresse. 1876. 
34, (i) pp. **T.97.273 

Regnier, societaire de la Comedie-frangaise. (1831-1872.) Paris. 
Librairie generale. 1872. 140, (i) pp. Portrait. **T.98.50 

Le scandale au theatre. Paris. Taride. 1861. 142 pp. 

List of the Paris theatres, pp. 115-142. No. 2 in **M.Il8.I3 

Poinsot, Antoine Edmond, editor. 

Felix, fi. R. Rachel d'apres sa correspondance. Paris. 1882. Por- 
traits. **T.55.7 

Paris. Theatres. Comedie francaise. La Comedie-frangaise a Londres 
(1871-1879). Journal inedit de E. Got. — Journal de F. Sarcey. 
Paris. 1880. . 2676.156; **T.78.i2 

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Poinsot, Antoine Edmond, prefacer. 

Brazier, N. Chroniqnes des petits theatres de Paris. Reimprimees 

avec notice, variantes et notes. Paris. 1883. **T.78.63 

GuEULLETTE, T. S. Theatre des boulevards. [Anon.] Reimprime 

pour la premiere fois. Paris. 1881. 2 v. Plate. *4699a.50 

Poinsot, Euphrasie. 

Failly, E. J. Sur I'art du comedien. Lettre a M^e Euphrasie 
Poinsot. 3 Janvier 1852. Paris. 1852. **T.95.6i 

Poitiers, France. Theatres. 

Bricaulu de Verneuil, C. fi. Moliere a Poitiers en 1648 et les 
comediens dans cette ville, de 1648 a 1658. Public par Alfred 
Richard. Paris. 1887. 4670.12 

Pola. Isfria. Amphitheatre. 

Stancovich, p. Dello anfiteatro di Pola, dei gradi marmorei del 
medesimo, nuovi scavi e scoperte. Venezia. 1822. Portrait. 
Plates. Plans. Table. *2758.68 

Politis, Nicolaos G, 

Les jeux olympiques, 776 av. J.-C. - 1896. Trad, frangaise par Leon 
Olivier. Athenes. Beck. 1896. 2 parts in i. v. Illus. Plates. 

*40oo.io4 

Contents. — i. Les jeux olympiques dans I'antiquite, par S. P. Lambros et N. G. 
Politis. 2. Les jeux olympir|ues de 1896, par le baron de Coubertin, Timoleon 
Philemon, N G. Politis & Charalambos Anninos. 
Modern Greek text and French translation. 

Polkinhom, Joseph H. 

New National Theater, Washington, D. C. A record of fifty years. 
By Alexander Hunter and J. H. Polkinhorn. Washington. Polkin- 
horn. 1885. loi pp. Illus. Portrait. Plate. *4379a.i34 

Polko, Elise. 

Faustina Hasse. Musikalischer Roman. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. 
Schlicke. 1870. Portrait. >■ 2875.60 

Pollard, Percival. 

Masks and minstrels of new Germany. Boston. Luce & Co. 191 1- 
viii, (i), 209, (i) pp. 2869a.9 

Pollock, Channing. 

The footlights fore and aft. With illustrations by Warren Rockwell. 

Boston. Badger. [1911-] 436 pp. Plates. 4395.202 

Pollock,' Sir Frederick, Baronet. See Pollock, Sir William Frederick, 

Baronet. 
Pollock, Juliet, Lady. 

Amateur theatricals. By Walter Herries Pollock and Lady Pollock. 
London. Macmillan & Co. 1879. viii, (3), 71, (i) pp. Illus. 
Plates. 2576.177; **T.97.30i 

The Comedie frangaise., (From the Contemporary Review.) [Bos- 
ton. 1871.] 812-819 pp. No. 12 in **G.3822.3 
Macready as I knew him. London. Remington & Co. 1884. (7), 
141 pp. 254ob.86;**T.57.2o8 
Pollock, Walter Herries. 

Impressions of Henry Irving gathered in public and private during 

a friendship of many years. With a preface by H. B. Irving. 

London. Longmans, Green, & Co. 1908. vii, 140 pp. 4545.161 

J.'s love of the theatre. (In Shipley, Arthur E. "J." A memoir of 

John Willis Clark. Pp. 231-256. London. 1913) 4544-254 

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Pollock, Walter Herries. (Continued.) 

The modern French theatre, with critical notes on some of the 
principal French actors. Paris. Fotheringham. 1878. 61, (i) pp. 

4672.57 
Contents. — The modern French theatre. — Introduction. — Got. — Delaunay. 

— Bernhardt. — Mounet-Sully. — Favart. — Bressant. — Croizette. — Febvre. — 
Reicheniberg. — Thiron. — Coquelin. — Jouassain. — Barre, Garraud, Boucher. 

— IMaubant. — Prudhon, I>aroche. — Trebelli. — Faure. 

Pollock, Walter Herries, translator. 

Diderot, D. The paradox of acting. Translated with annotations 
from Diderot's 'Paradoxe sur le comedien.' With a preface by 
Henry Irving. London. 1883. 4673.73; **T.77.i8i ; etc. 

Pollock, Walter Herries, and Juliet, Lady Pollock. 

Amateur theatricals. London. Macmillan & Co. 1879. viii, (3), 
71, (i) pp. Illus. Plates. 2576.177; **T.97.30i 

Pollock, Sir William Frederick, Baronet, editor. 

Macready, W. C. Macready's Reminiscences, and selections from 
his diaries and letters. London. 1875. 2 v. Portraits. 

**T.56.204;etc. 
Polti, Georges. 

Les trente-six situations dramatiques. Paris. Mercure de France. 
1895. (5), 200, (3) pp. 6257.383 

Polyphony. See Ventriloquism. 
Pompadour, Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de. 

Campardon, L. £. Madame de Pompadour et la cour de Louis xv 
au milieu du dix-huitieme siecle. Ouvrage suivi de documents 
inedits sur le theatre des petits cabinets. Paris. 1867. Portrait. 

**T.56.5i 
JuLLiEN, J. L. A. La comedie a la cour. Les theatres de societe 
royale pendant le siecle dernier. La Duchesse du Maine et les 
grandes nuits de Sceaux, Madame de Pompadour et le Theatre des 
petits cabinets, le theatre de Marie-Antoinette a Trianon. Paris. 
[1883.] Portraits. Plates. **T.73.4 

Histoire du theatre de Madame de Pompadour dit Theatre des 

petits cabinets. Paris. 1874. Plates. No. 3 in **M.i22.i 

Pompeii, Italy. Viezvs. 

Donaldson, T. L. Description of a second view of Pompeii, and 
surrounding country; representing the tragic theatre, covered 
theatre, temple of Isis, small forum, now exhibiting in the 
panorama, Leicester-Square: painted, from drawings taken on 
the spot, by Mr. Burford. London. 1824. Plate. Plan. **T.96.293 

Description of a view of the ruins of the city of Pompeii, and 

surrounding country, now exhibiting in the panorama. Strand; 
painted from drawings taken on the spot by Mr. Burford. [Lon- 
don.] 1823. Plate, **T.96.292 

Pompon, Rose. 

Les souvenirs de Rose Pompon. Avec preface de Ryno [pseud.]. 
Paris. Ollendorff. 1887. (3), vii, 283 pp. **T.57,232 

Pond, James Burton. 

Eccentricities of genius. Memories of famous men and women of 
the platform and stage. New York. G. W. Dillingham Co. 
[1900.] xxvi, (i), 564 pp. Portraits. Plate. Autograph facsimile. 

2246.76; **T.56.75 
Pont de Veyle, Antoine de Ferriol, Comte de. 

Bibliotheque dramatique de Pont de Vesle augmentee et completee 
par les soins du Bibliophile Jacob [pseud.]. Catalogue redige 



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Pont de Veyle, Antoine de Ferriol, Comte de. (Continued.) 

d'apres le plan du catalogue Soleinne, et destine a servir de com- 
plement a ce catalogue. Paris. Administration de I'Alliance des 
arts. 1846. viii, 279 pp. *6i74.i7; **T.66.i 

Same. 1847. (8), 279 pp. No. 4 in **T.66.i3.5 

Pontecoulant, Louis Adolphe Le Doulcet, Comtc de, and Edouard 
Foumier. 
La musique chez le peuple, ou I'Opera-national: son passe et son 
avenir sur le Boulevard du Temple. Paris. Garnier. 1847. 72 pp. 

No. 4 in **M.i47.3.i 
Poole, John. 

Recollections of certain French actors. (In his The comic sketch- 
book. 2d edition. Vol. 2, pp. 179-255. London. 1836. Portrait. 
Autograph facsimile. **T.97.2i6 

Two papers: a theatrical critique, and an essay (being No. 999 of 
The pretender) on sonnet-writing, and sonnet-writers in general, 
including a sonnet on myself: attributed to the editor of The 
Ex-m-n-r. [Anon.] London. Miller. 1819. xi, 24 pp. **T.55.7i 
A satirical attack on Leigh Hunt. Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 12 in 
**G.3824.i3 ; No. 3 in **G.3822;4. 

Poole, Lucius. 

Catalogue of [his] dramatic collection. To be sold by auction, 
April 20th and 21st, 1905. C. F. Libbie'& Co., auctioneers. Boston. 
1905. (2), 125 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.65.23 

Life and memoirs of William Warren, Boston's favorite comedian. 
[By W. T. W. Ball. Extra-illustrated by Lucius Poole. Boston. 
1888.] **T.54.33 

Poor Covent Garden! or, a scene rehearsed; an occasional prelude, 
intended for the opening of the New Theatre Royal, Covent- 
Garden, this season. London: Printed by T. Wilkins. 1792. 16 
pp. No. 4in **K.34.22.iA 

Pope, Alexander. 16SS-1744. 

Blast, A, upon bays; or, a new lick at the laureat. Containing 
remarks upon a late tatling performance, entitled, A letter 
from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope, &c. London. 1742. 

No. 7 in **G.3824.i4 
Roberts, J. An answer to Mr. Pope's Preface to Shakespear. In a 
letter to a friend. Being a vindication of the old actors who 
were the publishers and performers of that author's plays. 
Whereby the errors of their edition are further accounted for, 
and some memoirs of Shakespear and stage-history of his time 
are inserted, which were never before collected and publish'd. 
London. 1729. No. 2 in **G.3944.3 

Pope, Alexander, 1763-1835. 

A statement of the differences subsisting between the proprietors 
and performers of the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Given in 
the correspondence that has passed between them. By John 
Johnstone, Joseph George Holman, Alexander Pope, Charles 
Incledon, Jos. S. Munden, John Fawcett, Thomas Knight, Henry 
Erskine Johnston. London: Printed by J. Davis for W. Miller. 
1800. vii, 69, 3 pp. **T.77.io 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **G.3824.3. 

Pope, Alexander Winthrop. 

Theatrical bookplates. Kansas City. Fowler. 1914. (20) pp. Plates. 

Contains a check list of some theatrical bookplates. *8o75.26o 

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Porchat, Jean Jacques, translator. 

Mueller, O. Charlotte Ackermann. Souvenirs du theatre de Ham- 
bourg au dix-huitieme siecle. Paris. 1854. **T.86.2 

Poree, Charles. 

An oration, in which an enquiry is made whether the stage is, or can 
be made a school for forming the mind to virtue; and proving the 
superiority of theatric instruction over those of history and moral 
philosophy. With reflections on operas. Translated into English 
by J. Lockman. London. Printed for C. Davis. I734- (4). m 
pp. No. 9 in **G.3823.i4 

Latin text and English translation, on opposite pages. 

Porel, Paul, pseud. See Parfouru, Paul Desire. 
Porteous, George Bain. 

Rev. Dr. Porteous on the pulpit and stage; or, churches and theatres, 

and players and preachers. An anticipated reply to Rev. Dr. 

Talmage's tirade against theatres. New York. The American 

News Co. 1874. 20 pp. 7464-134; **T.95.35 

Porter, Henry C. 

The history of the theatres of Brighton, from 1774 to 1885. Brighton. 
King & Thorne. 1886. 206, xiv pp. Engraved title-page. **T.76.48 
Porter, T. H. 

A maid of the Malverns: a romance of the Blackfriars Theatre. Lon- 
don. Lynwood & Co., Ltd. [iQH-] 269 pp. **T 87.101 

An historical novel, the scene of which is laid in England during Elizabeth's 
reign. Contains much theatrical history. Bacon, Shakespeare and others 
appear. Another copy is on shelf-number *4S78.334- 

Portfolio, A, of players. With a packet of notes thereon by H. C. 
Bunner, E. A. Dithmar, Laurence Hutton, Brander Matthews and 
William Winter. New York. Bouton. 1888. 89 pp. Portraits. 
Plates. **T.52.i2 

Relates to Augustin Daly's company. 

Portland, Me. Theatres. Jefferson theatre. 

Jefferson theatre, Portland, Maine. [Newspaper clippings, principally 

reviews of plays.] N. p. [189-?] Unpaged. Illus. **T.i2.io 

Portraits. Collections. Actors. See Actors. Portraits. 
Portraits contemporains. 

Reference, La, des Portraits contemporains pour 1897-1900. Annee 

1-4. Paris. 1897-1900. 4 v. Portraits. **T.25.27 

Portraits des artistes des theatres de Paris. [Paris. 18 — ?] 70 por- 
traits. **T.5i.5 
Portraits of actors and actresses. [Boston. 1912.] 2 v. Portraits. 

Plates. **T.i4.io 

Contents. — i. Actors. 2. Actresses. 

A collection of engraved portraits of English actors. Each volume is arranged 

alphabetically. 

Portraits of dramatic celebrities. N. p. N. d. (60) portraits. **T.i2.2 

Engraved portraits of actors. 

Portraits of favorite actors and actresses. N. p. N. d. Unpaged. Illus. 
Portraits. **T.ii.3 

Composed principally of portraits of actors and programmes. 

Portsmouth, N. H. Theatres. 

New Hampshire. General Court. Attempt to establish a play-house 
in [Portsmoilth] New Hampshire, 1762. [Petitions far and 
against the project, with Assembly's Address to prevent acting 
plays.] (In New Hampshire Historical Society. Collections. 
Vol. 5, pp. 247-250. Concord. 1837.) *4337-44-5 



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Portugal. Theatres. 

[A COLLECTION of Portuguese theatre posters.] Lisboa. 1880. (14) 

posters, in (27) pieces. **T.Cab.i.io 

Lyonnet, H. Le theatre hors de France. Serie 2: Le theatre au 

Portugal. Paris. 1898. lUus. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. 

Plans. 6257.70; **T.77.86 

Possart, Ernst, Ritter von. 

Der Lehrgang des Schauspielers. 2. Auflage. Sttfttgart. Spemann. 

[1902.] 81, (i) pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.76.i9i 

Hermann Levi. Erinnerungen. Miinchen. Beck. 1901. (5), 53 pp. 

Portrait. **T.77.220 

Levi was for many years musical director at the Hof- und National-Theater, 

Munich. 

Schiller und das Theater. Festrede zur Mannheimer Gedachtnisfeier 
von Schillers hundertstem Todestage (8. Mai 1905). Berlin. Ahn. 
[1905.] 35 pp. **T.76.i89 

Die Separat-Vorstellungen vor Konig Ludwig II. Erinnerungen. 
Miinchen. Beck. 1901. (3), 65 pp. **T.77.22i 

On representations of the opera in Munich specially for Ludwig II. 

Ueber die Neueinstudierung und Neuszenierung des Mozart'schen 
Don Giovanni (Don Juan) auf dem kgl. Residenztheater zu 
Miinchen. Miinchen. Bruckmann. 1896. 36 pp. **T.77.223 

Welches System der Scenerie ist am besten geeignet fiir die Dar- 
stellung verwandlungsreicher, klassischer Dramen, insbesondere 
der Shakespeare'schen? Festvortrag, gehalten bei der Tagung der 
deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft zu Weimar am 23. April 
1901. Miinchen. Beck. 1901. 40 pp. **T.77.224 

Posters. See Theatre posters. 

Postscript to the Letter to the Rev. G. Burder, occasioned by his 
appendix to his sermon on lawful amusements. London. Symonds. 
1805. (3), 39 pp. **T.96.62 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 4 in **G. 3824.9. A letter to the Rev. 
George Burder may be found on shelf-numbers No. 3 in **G.3824.9 ; **T.96.6i. 
Burder's Lawful amusements may be found on shelf-numbers No. 2 in **G.3824.9; 
**T. 96.49- 

Potier de Lille, L. 

Justification des comediens frangois. Opinions sur les chefs-d'oeuvres 
des auteurs morts, & projet de decret portant reglement entre 
les auteurs dramatiques & tons les comediens du royaume. [Anon. 
Paris? 1790.] 15 pp. **T.76.i63 

Relates also to the quarrel between Talma and the Comedie frangaise. 

Pottecher, Marie Benjamin Maurice. 

Le theatre du peuple. Renaissance et destinee du theatre populaire. 
Paris. Ollendorff. 1899. xxi, 280, (3) pp. **T.77.99 

Relates chiefly to France. 
Pottecher, Maurice. See , Pottecher, Marie Benjamin Maurice. 
Potter, Alfred Claghorn. 

A bibliography of Beaumont and Fletcher. Cambridge. 1890. 20 
pp. [Harvard College. Library. Bibliographical contributions. 
No. 39.] *6i94.i2.39 

Potter, John. 

The theatrical review; or, new companion to the play-house: con- 
taining a critical and historical account of every tragedy, comedy, 
opera, farce, &c., exhibited at the theatres last season; with 
remarks on the actors. By a society of gentlemen, independent 

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Potter, John. (Continued.) 

of managerial influence. London: Printed for S. Crowder. 1772. 

2 V. **T.48.22 

"First appeared in numbers in the Public Ledger. "Pr^/acg. 

Criticisms of the performances at the Covent Garden and Drury Lane Theatres, 

London. 

Pougin, Arthur. See Paroisse-Pougin, Frangois Auguste Arthur. 

Poujol, Adolphe. 

Les reflets du passe. Types extraordinaires, anecdotes theatrales 
peu connues, premiere piece de Th. Barriere. Paris. Barbre. 
[187-?] 100 pp. Illus. **T.57.395 

On the Paris theatres. 

Poujol, Adolphe, alleged author. 

Theatres, acteurs et actrices de Paris. See Theatres, acteurs et 
actrices de Paris. 
Poulet-Malassis, Paul Emmanuel Auguste, editor. 

Moliere juge par ses contemporains. Avec une notice par A. P.- 
Malassis. Paris. Liseux. 1877. xxvii, 148, (4) pp. Plate. 

*4649a.55;**T.59.i3 
Poulet-Malassis, Paul Emmanuel Auguste, prefacer. 

Grimarest, J. L. Le G., Sieur de. La vie de Mr de Moliere. Reim- 
pression de I'edition originale (Paris, 1705) et des pieces annexes. 
Paris. 1877. Plate. **T.59.5; etc. 

Pound, Ezra Loomis. 

'Noh' or accomplishment. A study of the classical stage of Japan. 
By Ernest FenoUosa and Ezra Pound. New York. Knopf. 1917. 
viii, 267, (i) pp. Portrait. Music. 5028.43 

Contains translations of Japanese 'Noh' plays. 

Powell, William. 

CoLMAN, G., the Elder. A true state of the differences subsisting 
between the proprietors of Covent-Garden Theatre; in answer to 
a manuscript libel and to a printed Narrative by T. Harris and 
J. Rutherford. [Published with the endorsement of William 
Powell, the fourth Patentee.] London. 1768. **T.95.ii6; etc. 
Power, Richard. 

Private theatre, The, of Kilkenny [under the leadership of Richard 
Power]. With introductory observations on other private theatres 
in Ireland, before it was opened. [Kilkenny?] 1825. Portraits. 

**T.74.2 
Power, Tyrone. 

Winter, W. Tyrone Power. New York. 1913- Portraits. Plate. 

4343.262 
Poz, Quiz & Company, pseud., editors. 

Dramatic Spectator, The. Edited by Poz, Quiz & Company. No. 
i-io, July 29 -September 30, 1837. Edinburgh. 1837. 

No. I in **G.382i.24 
Pradel, Jules Jean Baptiste Frangois de Chardebceuf, Comte de. 

[Reglement pour le second Theatre frangais. Paris. 1819.] 51 PP- 

**T.95.i29 

Prague, Bohemia. Theatres. 

Teuber, O. Geschichte des Prager Theaters. Von den Anfangen 
des Schauspielwesens bis auf die neueste Zeit. Prag. 1883-1888. 

3 V. 2875.152 
Pratique, La, du theatre. Aubignac, F. H., Abhe d'. **T.47.4i ; etc. 
Pratolascio, Florence, Italy. See Florence," /faij'. Theatres. Parlagio. 

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Pray, Isaac Clark. (Clercpret.) 

Teresa Parodi and the Italian opera. New York. Parsons. 1851. 
159 pp. Portraits. **M.io5.30 

Precis de I'art theatral dramatique des anciens et des modernes. La- 
combe, J. **T.46.53 

Prelude, A, to the plays: or, a few serious questions proposed to the 
gentlemen, ladies, and others, that frequent the playhouse. Lon- 
don: Printed for J. Roberts. 1729. 23 pp. **T.96.89 
In opposition to the theatre. Another copy is on shelf-number No. s in 
**G.3823.i8. 
Same. 2d edition. 24 pp. No. 3 in **G.3823.4 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 3 in **G.3823.3. 

Premiere, Une, par jour. Soubies, E. J. A. 

Premieres, Les, illustrees. Notes et croquis. Saison theatrale 1881/82- 
83/84, 85/86-87/88. [Annee 1-3, 5-7-] Paris. Monnier & c^e 
[etc. 1882-88]. 6 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.23.i4 

Present state, The, of the stage in Great Britain and Ireland. And the 
theatrical characters of the principal performers, in both king- 
doms, impartially considered. London: Printed for Paul Vaillant. 
1753. 55 pp. **T.77.i5i 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 27 in **G. 3822.1 ; No. 9 in **G.3823.3 ; etc. 

Press, The. 

Press privilege. The, at the theatres. [London. 1853.] 

No. 9 in **G.3822.3 

Spillan, H. G. The stage and the press: or, revelations theatrical 

and journalistic. No. i. — May, 1852. London. 1852. **T.76.45 

Winter, W. The press and the stage. An oration before the Goethe 

Society, New York, January 28. New York. 1889. **T.75.i2 

Press-agents handbook, The. Johnson, F. G. 6197.128 

Press privilege, The, at the theatres. [London. 1853.] 3 pp. 

Relates to the London theatres. No. Q in **G.3822.3 

Prestidigitation. See Legerdemain. 
Preston, Harriet Waters, translator. 

Sainte-Beuve, C. a. Memoirs of Madame Desbordes-Valmore. 
With a selection from her poems. Boston. 1873. 2648.62; etc. 
Prevel, Jules, and Theodore Jules Emile Cardon. 

Les theatres de Paris. Histoire des Delassements-comiques. Par 

deux habitues de I'endroit. Paris. Vallee & c^. 1862. (3), 105 

pp. **T.79.23 

Pre-Victorian drama. The, in Dublin. Hughes, S. C. 4576.189 

Preville, Pierre Louis Dubus-. 

Cahaisse, H. A. Memoires de Preville. Paris. 1812. **T.56.i3; etc. 

Dazincourt, J. J. B. A. Notice historique sur Preville. Lue au 

Lycee, le 19 nivose, an 8 (Janvier 1800). A Paris. An viii. [1800.] 

**T.56.i2 
Prevost, Eugene Marcel. 

Cousine Laura. Moeurs de theatre. Paris. Lemerre. 1890. (5), 
283, (I) pp. . **T.87.30 

A novel of theatrical life. 

Prevost, Marcel. See Prevost, Eugene Marcel. 
Price, William Thompson. 

The analysis of play construction and dramatic principle. New 

York. Price. [1908.] vi, 415 pp. 6257.90 

A life of Charlotte Cushman. New York. Brentano's. [1894.] (5), 

iii, (i), 180, xviii pp. Portrait. [A library of masks and faces.] 

**T.59.39 
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Price, William Thompson. (Continued.) 

The technique of the drama. New York. Brentano. 1909. vin, 287 

pp. 6257.88 

Same. 1913. ^^57.89 

A life of William Charles Macready. New York. Brentano s. 

[1894.] (5), iii, (i), 201, xii pp. Portrait. [A library of masks 

and faces.] **T.59.40 

Prichard, Joseph Vila, translator. 

FiLON, P. M. A. Garrick's pupil. Chicago. 1893. IHns. **T.88.2 

Prima donna. The. Edwards, H. S. 4044-83; **M.37i-52 

Prima donnas and soubrettes. Strang, L. C. 4048.183; **T.58.26 

Princesses de comedie et deesses d'opera. Houssaye, A. 

4693.1.5; **T.56.32o; etc. 
Private Theatre, The, of Kilkenny, with introductory observations on 
other private theatres in Ireland, before it was opened. [Kil- 
kenny?] 1825. (3), 134 PP- Portraits. **T.74.2 

The leader of the Private Theatre was Richard Power. 

Private theatricals. Hodson, J. S. 6003.53; **T.97.i93 
Private theatricals. See Amateur theatricals; Student theatricals. 

Problems of the actor. Calvert, L. 6257.29 

Problems of the playwright. Hamilton, C. M. 6257.370 
Procter, Bryan Waller. 

The life of Edmund Kean. [Anon.] London. Moxon. 1835. 2 v. 

Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 6540.75 ; **T.57.299 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.36.26. 

Same, xi-239 PP- B.6028.55; **T.57.30o 

This edition lacks the portrait. 

Procter, Richard Wright. 

Manchester in holiday dress. London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 

1866. viii, 179 pp. **T.77.89 

Relates to Manchester theatres. 

Our turf, our stage, and our ring. With illustrations by William 

Morton. Manchester. Dinhare & Co. 1862. 91 pp. Illus. Plate. 

Relates to Manchester, Eng. **T.97.l62 

Production of plays. See Theatre. Management. 

Proelss, Carl Robert. 

Von den altesten Drucken der Dramen Shakespeares, und dem Em- 
flusse, den die damaligen Londoner Theater und ihre Einrich- 
tungen auf diese Dramen ausgeiibt haben. Eine Untersuchung 
vom literarischen und dramaturgischen Standpunkte. Leipzig. 
Berger. 1905. iv, 141 PP- 4579-i5o 

Profils de theatre. Claretie, J. A. A. **T.57.7o; etc. 

Profils et grimaces. Vacquerie, A. fi. **T.47.i2 

Programmes. . . 

Many of the plays listed at the end of this catalogue contain inserted programmes 
of special performances. 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Boston Lodge. No. 10. 

[Programmes of annual benefits.] 2d, 17th. Boston. 1880, 94- 

2 V. Illus. Portraits. Plate. **T.i4.i3 

Dramatic and musical prospectuses and programmes, etc. [1876- 

86.] 39 Pphs. **M.i39.i7 

Fashions of two centuries. 1776-1870. Presented by the Hmgham 

Historical Society, September 20th. [Programme of the pageant. 

Hingham.] 1916. 8076.246 

Lee, W. H., compiler. Dramatic & musical programs. [Cuttings. 

Boston. 1897-1913.] 13 V. Illus., some colored. Portraits, some 

colored. **T.io.68 

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Programmes, (Continued.) 

Maindron, C. E. Les programmes illustres des theatres et des cafes- 
concerts, menus, cartes d'invitation, petites estampes, etc. Paris. 
[1S97.] (62) plates, mostly colored. **T.i2.6; etc. 

May Festival, Boston. Official programme, 17th, i8th annual May- 
Festival. [Given under the direction of Mrs. William S. Butler. 
Boston.] 1905, 06. Portraits. **T. 14.14 

William Winter testimonial. The. Century Theatre, March four- 
teenth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. [Programme and tributes. 
New York.] 1916. Portrait. **T.52.i3 

Programmes. Operas. 

Boston. Theatres. Boston Opera House. Programs. Season of 
grand opera. 1909/10-1913/14. . Nov. 8, 1909-March 28, 1914. Bos- 
ton. 1909-1914. **M.Cab.2.i5;etc. 

French, C. E. A year of opera at the Castle Square Theatre, from 
May 6, '95, to May 6, '96. Containing portraits and sketches of 
the principal singers, and a record of the casts of characters of 
the various operas produced. Boston. 1896. Portraits. 

8048.69; **M.375.8 

London. Theatres. His Majesty's theatre. Programmes. Feb. 20- 
Aug. 3, 1847. London. 1847. **M.i3i,i 

Opera Box, The. [Programmes, etc., of operas produced at Her 
Majesty's theatre. London.] 1849-51. 218 nos. in 3 v. 

**M.4i9.28 

Rouen, France. Theatres. Theatre des arts. Le theatre-des-arts. 
1776-1886. Repertoire lyrique. Rouen. 1886. Illus. Plates. 4048.100 
Programmes. Theatre. 

Actors' Fund of America. Complimentary souvenir programme. 
Benefit performance, Boston Theatre, April 21st, 1910. [Boston. 
1910.] **T.i5.2i 

Anzeiger fiir die Koniglichen Theater, i. Januar-31. Dezeniber, 
1874. Munchen. 1874. 350 nos. in i v. **M.236.27 

Bishop, A. Tour in the U. S. & Canada, from Aug., 1847, to Sept., 
1848. Programmes. New York [etc.]. 1847-48. 56 sheets. 

**M.446.87 

Boston. Theatres. Bijou theatre. Play bills and programmes. 
March 4, 1843 -April 5, 1865; October 15, 1878 -June 5, 1882; 
Jan. 22, 1883 -June 8, 1885; Season of 1885/6. [Boston. 1843-86.] 
4 V. **T.io.4i 

Boston. Theatres. Boston museum. Performance in aid of The 
Mrs. J. R. Vincent Hospital Fund at the Boston Museum, April 
24, 1890. Presented with the compliments of the Boston Herald. 
[Boston.] 1890. **T.io.i2 

Playbills and programmes. [ist-62d dramatic season. Bos- 
ton. 1843-1903.] 62 V. in 47. **T.io.io 

History of the Boston Museum. [Accompanied by 30 pro- 
grammes, 1855-1903.] Boston. 1892. Portraits. No. 4 in **T.54.33 

[Souvenir programme for] Monday evening, June i, 1903- Last 

night of the existence of the Boston Museum as a theatre. 
Charles Frohman's Empire Theatre Company presenting Mrs. 
Dane's defense. Boston. 1903. Portraits. Plate. **T.i6.6 

Boston. Theatres. Boston museum company. [Suburban play bills 
of the Boston Museum Company.] Boston. 1870-83. **T.io.i4 

Boston. Theatres. Boston theatre, Washington Street. Play-bills. 
1854-90/91, 93/94, 9S/96-99/1Q00, 1901-06. [Boston. 1854-1905.] 
46 v. **T.io.i 

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Programmes. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Boston. Theatres. Boston theatre company. [Suburban play bills 

of the Boston Theatre Company.] Boston. 1870-80. **T.io.3 
Boston. Theatres. Boylston museum. Programmes. Oct. 5, 1874- 

July 30, 1881. [Boston. 1874-1881.] **T.io.43 

Boston. Theatres. Castle Square theatre. The Castle Square 

Program Magazine. Vol. i, 2. Boston. 191 1, 12. 2 v. Illus. 

Portraits. Plans. **T.i5.i4 

Boston. Theatres. Continental theatre. Play-bills. January i, 

1866- March 6, 1869; December 12, 1870, April 6 -June 3- 1871. 

[Boston. 1866-71.] 2 V. **T.io.39 

Boston. Theatres. Globe theatre. Complimentary testimonial to 

Mr. Arthur Cheney, Globe theatre, June 7th, 1872. [Boston. 

1872.] No. 31a in **G.3822.3 
Play-bills. Oct. 28, 1867 -April 10, 1873; Dec. 3, 1874 -July i, 

1878; Jan. 6, 1879 -Dec. 25, 1893. [Boston. 1868-1893.] 18 v. 

**T.I0.2I 

Boston. Theatres. Grand Opera House. Programmes. January 9, 
1888 -May 29, 1893- [Boston. 1888-1893-] 2 v. **T.io.45 

Boston. Theatres. Hollis Street theatre. Programmes. April 11, 
1870 -May 31, 1890; August 31, 1891-June 6, 1903. [Boston. 
1870-1903.] **T.io.33 

Boston. Theatres. Howard Athen/eum. Play bills. October 20, 
1845 - February 11, 1884. [Boston. 1845-84.] 23 v. **T.io.i8 

Boston. Theatres. National theatre, Portland Street. Play bills. 
July 5, 1832 -April 21, i860. [Boston. 1832-60.] 11 y. **T.io.i5 

Boston. Theatres. Park theatre. Programmes. April 19, 1879- 
June 29, 1889; 1890-1901; 1903/04-12/13. [Boston. 1879-1913-] 
20 V. and I box. **T.io.30 

Boston. Theatres. Tremont theatre. 1827-1843. Play bills. Feb- 
ruary 16, 1829- June 15, 1843. [Boston. 1829-43.] 2 V. **T.io.25 

Boston. Theatres. Tremont theatre. 1863-1865. Play bills. Feb. 
26-28, Nov. 30, 1863; Oct. 31, 1864; Jan. 2, Feb. 3, Feb. 10, April 3, 
April 25, 1865. [Boston. 1863-65.] **T.io.26 

Boston. Theatres. Tremont theatre. 1889-. Programmes. October 
14, 1889-August 19, 1901; June 30, 1901-. [Boston. 1889-.] **T.io.27 

Boston. Theatres. Windsor theatre. Programmes. September 10, 
1881 - February 28, 1887. [Boston. 1881-81.] Unpaged. **T.io.47 

Boston stage. The. Its history from 1854 to the present time. [A 
series of articles published in the Boston Courier, 1874-1876. 
Mounted in a scrap-book. 38 contemporaneous play-bills are 
inserted. Boston. 1874-76.] **T.io.9 

Brown, A. A., compiler. [Programmes, musical and dramatic. Bos- 
ton, etc. 1887-94.] 2 V. **M,37i.i3 

Cedar Rapids, lozca. Theatres. Greene's Opera House. [Play bills, 
season 1883-84- No. 1-69. Cedar Rapids. 1883, 84.] **M.37i-5 

[Collection of play bills of English theatres, chiefly those of Lon- 
don. 1718-1825; 182S-1864.I N. p. 2 V. **G.5o.30 

Deutscher Verein der Harvard Universitat. Grillparzer's Medea 
dargestellt von Mitgliedern des Irving Place Theaters 6. Decem- 
ber 1906. [Programme. Boston. 1906.] 4480a. 168 

Edwards, F. Playbills. A collection and some comments. Lon- 
don. 1893. **T.96.33 

Ellis, J. [A collection of articles and items on Stratford as con- 
nected with Shakespeare, cut from books, periodicals and news- 

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Programmes. Theatres. (Continued.) 

papers; with a circular, and programmes of performances in aid 
of the fund for the purchase and preservation of Shakespeare's 
house. Stratford?] 1840. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **G.70.27 

GosNELL, John, & Co. The graphic theatrical programme. [London. 
187-?] **T.i4.i2 

Incorporated Stage Society, London. Ten years. 1899 to 1909. Lon- 
don. 1909. **T.i6.4 

Junius Brutus Booth. [Manuscript copies of programmes with a 
few letters, etc.] N. p. N. d. Portrait. **T.i3.6 

London. Theatres. Covent Garden theatre. [Theatre Royal, Covent 
Garden. 40 play-bills, May 2- July 2, 1842; entire season of German 
opera; M. Thalberg; the famous actress. Mile. Dejazet, her last 
appearance in England. London. 1842.] **T.Cab.i.i5 

London. Theatres. Gaiety theatre. The Gaiety programme. June 2, 
3, 5-30, July 1-12, 1879. [London. 1879.] **T.i5.i3 

London play bills and dramatic cuttings. 1766-1825. Illus. Por- 
traits. **T.ii.5 

London playbills, pictures and cuttings. 1774-1874. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. Plan. **T.ii.2 

MacCarthy, D. The Court Theatre, 1904-1907: a commentary and 
criticism. With an appendix containing reprinted programmes 
of the "Vedrenne-Barker performances." London. 1907. **T.78.73 

Militia of Mercy, The. Children's Ambulance Service. Benefit 
performance in aid of the children of Boston, crippled by 
infantile paralysis, Boston Opera House, Friday afternoon, No- 
vember 3, 1916, under the auspices of The Militia of Mercy. 
[Boston. 1916.] Illus. Portraits. Plans. **T.i2.i2 

MooRE & Burgess Minstrels. Programmes. May 15, 1871 - Dec. 31, 
1891; May 21, Oct. 22, 1892; Dec. 26, 1893; June 16, 1894. [Lon- 
don. 1871-94.] 41 V. **T.i5.i2 

New York, City. Theatres. Park theatre. Playbills. Sept. i [1821-] 
July 5, 1822. [New York. 1821, 22.] **T.io.7o 

New York, City. Theatres. Raymond Hitchcock's 44TH street 
THEATRE. Souveuir programme. ' Edward E. Rice's testimonial 
in celebration of his forty years in management, 1877-1917, 
tendered by members of his companies and other friends, Sunday, 
October 28, 1917. [New York. 1917-] Portraits. Plates. 

**T.i2,i3 

CEuvRE frangaise des trente ans de theatre. CEuvre frangaise et 
populaire des trente ans de theatre. 1903. Representations 
populaires et causeries. Paris. 1904. **T.74.2i 

Paris. Theatres. Theatre du vaudeville. Les 2, 3 et 4 septembre 
1886. La troupe americaine d'Augustin Daly du Daly's Theatre, 
New- York, donners une serie de representations au Theatre du 
vaudeville. [Programmes et resumes. Paris.] 1886. **T.ii.8 
Portraits of favorite actors and actresses [with programmes]. N. p. 
N. d. Illus. Portraits. **T.ii.3 

[Seventeen playbills of American performances of plays based on 
Dickens's works, Sept. 27, 1855 - Nov. 23, 1885. Boston, etc. 1855- 
1885.] **T.Cab.i.3 

Theatrical Observer, The: and daily bills of the play. Nov. 3, 1821- 
June 30, 1876. [London.] 1821-76. 53 v. **T.26.2 

Washington, D. C. Theatres. Ford's theatre. [Programme.] April 
14th, 1865. Benefit and last night of Miss Laura Keene. [Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1891.] **T.ii.7 
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Programmes. Theatre. Amateur. 

See also Amateur theatricals; Student theatricals. 

Amateur performance. The, on behalf of the family of the late C. 
H. Bennett, at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi. [A programme with 
the texts of the plays performed. London.] 1867. **T.38.4 

Amateurs, The, Brookline. [Programmes.] 2d season, 2d, 3d play; 
3d season, ist play. Brookline. 1909. 3 playbills. **T.i5.i9 

Bank Officers' Association of Boston. Coreopsis, or the king's 
amulet: an Egyptian comic opera in three acts. Presented at 
Keith's Bijou Opera House, Jan. 26-29, 1898. [Programme. Bos- 
ton. 1898.] Illus. Portraits. 4454.301 

Miss Simplicity. An original musical comedy. [Presented 

at the] Tremont Theatre, one week, commencing February 25, 
1901. [Boston.] 1901. Illus. Portraits. **T.32.9 

Pinafore on the half shell. A nautical vaudeville presented at 

Keith's Bijou Opera House, Jan. 22, 23, 1897. [Boston. 1897.] 
Portraits. Plates. **T.95.8i 

Boston. Theatres. Boston theatre, Washington Street. Aladdin, or 
the wonderful lamp. [For the benefit of the George Junior Re- 
public] Boston theatre, January 8-1 1, 1904. Boston. 1904. Plan. 

4455.296 

Boston Press Club. Annual entertainment, ist, 3d, 6th-9th, 13th- 
14th. Boston. 1886-1889. Portraits. Plates. Music. **T.33.7; etc. 

Cambridge Social Dramatic Club. Fiftieth performance given in 
Brattle Hall, February fourteenth, 1903. [With list of plays 
given by the Club since its formation in 1891. Cambridge. IQ03.] 

44503.149; **T.i3.8 

Cercle frangais de Radcliffe College. Edmond Rostand. Les 
romanesques. Comedie en trois actes en vers. [Programme. 
Cambridge. 1906.] 4456.181 

College Equal Suffrage League of Massachusetts. [Programme 
of three plays given at Potter Hall, January 31, 1905. Boston. 
1905.] 4459-169 

Delta Upsilon Society, Harvard Chapter. The comedy of errors. A 
comedy by William Shakespeare. Being the annual theatricals 
for Anno Domini mdccccxiii. [Programme.] Cambridge. 1913. 
Portraits. Plates. * 44503.154 

Eastward, ho! A comedie by Marston, Jonson and Chapman. 

Being the annual theatricals. [Programme. Cambridge. 1903.] 
Illus. Portraits. 44503.152 

The elder brother. A comedie by Fletcher and Massinger. 

Being the annual theatricals. [Programme. Cambridge. 1901.] 
Illus. Portraits. 44503.151 

Henry IV. Part II. By William Shakespeare. Being the annual 

theatricals. [Programme.] Boston. 1916. Illus. Plate. 4592.158 

The maid of the mill. A comedy by Fletcher and Rowley. 

Being the annual theatricals. [Programme. Cambridge. 1900.] 
Illus. 44803.139 

The wise-woman of Hogsdon. A comedie by Tho: Heywood. 

Being the annual theatricals. [Programme. Cambridge. 1906.] 
Illus. Plates. 44503.153 

First Corps of Cadets of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 
Cadet theatricals. Cinderella & the prince. [Programme. Bos- 
ton.] 1904. Plates. 44503.161 

"1492." [Programme. Boston. 1892.] Portraits. Plates. 

*44503.i03 
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Programmes. Theatre. Amateur. (Continued.) 

Injured innocents. [Programme. Boston. 1891.] 4450a. 105 

Miss Po-ko-hon-tas. [Programme.] Boston. 1906. Por- 
traits. Plates. 445oa.i67 

Simple Simon. [Programme. Boston. 1897.] Plates. 44503.106 

The strange adventures of Jack and the beanstalk. [A fairy 

Mother Goose burlesque, by R. A. Barnet and A. B. Sloane. Pro- 
gramme.] Boston. [1896.] Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. 

4450a. 107 

Tabasco. [Programme. Boston. 1894.] Illus. Portraits. 

Plates. *445oa.io4 

FooTLiGHT Club, Jamaica Plain. Mass. [Programme of] A scrap of 

paper. May 4-5, 1906. looth performance [of] the Footlight Club. 

[Cambridge. 1906.] 4009.329 

Harvard Classical Club. Scenes from The birds of Aristophanes. 

[With a programme of the performances of these scenes by the 

Harvard Classical Club, May 8 and 10, 1901.] Cambridge. 1901. 

2977.27; **T.36.29 
Harvard College. [Programme of Terence's Phormio as given by 

the students in Sanders theatre, April, 1894. Cambridge. 1894.] 

*4483.i83 
Harvard College. Department of the Classics and Department of Indie 

Philology. AiaxvXov ' Aya]xi\iymv. [Programme. Cambridge. 1906.] 

*4490.i9 
Harvard College. Germanic Museum. Akademisches Theater der 

Harvard Universitat. Festvorstellung zur Feier der Eroffnung 

des Germanischen Museums, Dienstag, 10. November 1903. 

[Programm. Cambridge.] 1903. 44808.153 

Hasty Pudding Club, Harvard College. Spring theatricals, 1897, April 

29, 30, and May i, 3 and 4. ["The flying Dutchmen." Programme. 

Cambridge. 1897-] Plates. 44803.140 

Spring theatricals, 1900, May 9th to May 12th. "Wytche 

Hazelle." A masque in tv^o musical movements. [Programme. 
Cambridge. 1900.] Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.33.4 

Spring theatricals. Boodle & Co. An original musical play, 

in prologue, two acts and epilogue. [Programme. Cambridge. 
1904.] Plates. 44803.156 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Plays and entertainments. 
Hollis Street Theatre. Souvenir program of the Tech show: 
'The grand duke." Given . . . May 3d [1901. Boston. 1901]. 
Illus. *4450.i62 

Millet, F. D. Illustrations, with descriptive reading matter, from 
the November number of the Century Magazine. OlSiJtovg 
Tupavvog. Oedipus the King. The Greek tragedy as recently 
presented at Harvard University. [Programme. Boston. 1881.] 
Illus. 44503.150 

Pi Eta Society, Harvard College. Pi Eta theatricals. The Viking. 
Presented April 15-25, 1901. [Cambridge. 1901.] Plates. Por- 
traits. **T.32.3 

Saturday Morning Club, Boston. [Programme of the Winter's tale, 
given in Copley Hall, February 18-21, 1895, by the Saturday 
Morning Club.] Boston. 1895. *Artz C3b.19.25 

SociEDAD espaiiola de la Universidad Harvard. Los tres ramilletes. 
Presented by the members of La Sociedad espaiiola de la Uni- 
versidad Harvard, Brattle Hall, May 10, 1906. [Programme. 
Cambridge.] 1906. 4483-319 

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Programmes. Theatre. Amateur. (Continued.) 

University of California. Greek theatre. A midsummer night's dream. 
A comedy by Shakespeare, with music by Mendelssohn. Septem- 
ber I, 1906. [Cast of characters, etc. Berkeley. 1906.] 4474.307 
Westminster School, London. Plot of the Phormio. [Verse. Anon. 
Accompanied by two leaflets, entitled Phormio, 1873 [cast] and 
Plot of epilogue, 1873; also a programme, and a leaflet containing 
two songs. London. 1873-] **T.97.35i 

Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston. Fairyland: an 
enchantment devised by Laura Coombs Hills. Dances, panto- 
mime and groupings by Melvin Ballou Gilbert. [Programme.] 
Boston. [1900.] 445oa.i69 

Programmes. Theatre. Catalogues. 

ToEDTEBERG, A. A particularly interesting collection of English 

and American play-bills mainly formed by Augustus Toedteberg. 

For sale at auction by the Anderson Auction Company, March 19, 

1907. New York. 1907. ^ **T.65.36 

Projet d'une salle de spectacle pour un theatre de comedie. [Anon.] 

See Cochin, Charles Nicolas. 
Prologue. 

B., G. S. A study of the prologue and epilogue in English literature 

from Shakespeare to Dryden. London. 1884. 2553.69; **T.47 .48 

Prompter, The; a weekly miscellany, devoted to public amusements. 

[June I, i8so-Aug. 5, 1850.] Edited by Cornelius Mathews. [New 

York.] 1850. 96 pp. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. **T.27.35 

Same. No. 3. [July i, 1850.] New York. Taylor & Co. 1850. 

49-72 pp. **T.27.30 

Prompter, The; or, theatrical investigator. [Weekly.] No. [i-]i9. 

Manchester. Wilson [etc. 1815, 16]. i v. **T.28.io 

Criticisms of the performances at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. 

Prompter, The, and Scottish Dramatic Review. Vol. i; 2 (no. i). Nov. 

12, 1842 -May 20, 1843. Edinburgh. Robinson. 1842, 43. 2 v. in i. 

*fT.27.25 
Prompter's whistle, The. A weekly miscellany, devoted to' public 

amusements. Edited by the man behind the curtain [Cornelius 

Mathews]. Aug. 31, 1850 -Sept. 28, 1850. [New York.] 1850. 

96 pp. Portraits. **T.27.36 

A continuation of the Prompter [**T.27.3s]. 

Same. August 31, 1850. **T.98.44 

Propiac, Catherine Joseph Ferdinand Girard de. 

Histoire veritable de Fanchon la vielleuse, extraite de memoires 
inedits. [Anon. Par J. B. Dubois et C. J. F. G. de Propiac] 
Paris. Capelle. An XI.-1803. 203, (i) pp. Plate. **T.88.i4 

Propos, Les, d'un escamoteur. Raynaly, E. **T.97.246 

Proposal, A, for the better regulation of the stage. With some remarks 
on the state of the theatre among the ancient Greeks and Romans. 
London: Printed for J. Peele. 1732. (8), 55 pp. **T.77.2i5 

Proposes a new theatre in London, to be controlled by shareholders. 

Prospero, pseud. 

An imaginary history of the American theatre from 1890 to 1900. 
New York. 1890. 64 pp. **T.77.56 

Providence, R. I. Theatres. 

Blake, C. An historical account of the Providence stage; being a 
paper read before the Rhode Island Historical Society, October 
25th, i860. (With additions.) Providence. 1868. 4487-15 

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Providence, R. I. Theatres. (Continued.) 

WiLLARD, G. O. History of the Providence stage, 1762-1891. In- 
cluding sketches of many prominent actors vv^ho have appeared 
in America. Providence. 1891. 4395.166; **T.75.68 

Provinciaal Utrechtsch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. 
WoRP, T. A. De invloed van Seneca's treurspelen op ons tooneel. 
Amsterdam. 1892. 29oob.44 

Provost, Jean Baptiste Frangois. 

A Jean-Baptiste Provost, societaire de la Comedie-frangaise, pro- 
fesseur au Conservatoire imperial de musique & de declamation. 
Paris. Claye. 1867. 31 pp. Portraits. **T.5i.7 

Prunieres, Henry. 

Le ballet de cour en France avant Benserade et LuUy, suivi du Ballet 
de la delivrance de Renaud. Paris. Laurens. 1914. fs), vi, 282, 
(i) pp. Plates. *404oa.i69 

Bibliographic, pp. 267-270. 

Prynne, William. 

Histrio-mastix. The players scovrge, or, actors tragasdie. Wherein 
it is largely evidenced that popular stage-playes are sinful, ungodly 
spectacles. London, Printed by E. A. and W. L for Michael 
Sparke. 1633. (34), 1006, (40) pp. **T.77.i9 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.407S.i6. 

Prynne, William. Works about. 

Baker, Sir R. Theatrum redivivum, or the theatre vindicated by Sir 
Richard Barer [sic]. In answer to Mr. Pryn's Histrio-mastix. 
London. 1662. **G.382i.i2 

Mr. William Prynn his defence of stage-plays; or a retraction of 
a former book of his called Histrio-mastix. London, printed in 
the year 1649. [London. 1822.] **T.77.22; etc. 

Pryor, Francis Robert, editor. 

Sophocles. (Edipus Tyrannus. The Oedipus Tyrannus. A record by 
L. Speed and F. R. Pryor of the performance [at the University 
of Cambridge] in November 1887. Cambridge. [1888.] Illus. 
Plate. **T.3i.6 

Psyche, The. A magazine of belles lettres, the drama, poetry, music, 
and the fine arts. Edited by the author of "The Czar," &c. 
Monthly. No. 4. May, 1840. London. 1840. Colored portrait. 

**T.97.i88 

Psychonomy, The, of the hand. Beamish, R. 5600.2 

Public and private life of that celebrated actress. Miss Bland, otherwise 
Mrs. Ford, or, Mrs. Jordan; late mistress of H. R. H. the D. of 
Clarence; now King William IV., founder of the Fitzclarence 
family. By a confidential friend of the departed. London. Dun- 
combe. [188-?] 117 pp. 4549a.io7 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.263.8. An earlier edition, having the title 
The great illegitimates!!, may be found on shelf-number **T.S7.340. 
Public speakers. 

Bangs, J. K. From pillar to post: leaves from a lecturer's note-book. 
New York. 1916. Illus. 24093.349 

Puchstein, Otto. 

Die griechische Biihne. Eine architektonische Untersuchung. Berlin. 
Weidmann. 1901. vi, (i), 144 pp. Illus. 4093-87 

Puesterich, Hermann. 

Meine Biihnen-Erlebnisse. Wahrheitsgetreue Memoiren. Heraus- 
gegeben und eingeleitet von Reinhold Ortmann. Berlin. Fried- 
rich. 1886. (3), 347, (I) PP- **T.57.274 



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Pulvis Olynipicus. Patterson, J. • 4004.124 

Puppet shows. 

Collier, J. P. Punch and Judy, with illustrations, designed and 
engraved by George Cruikshank. Accompanied by the dialogue 
of the puppet show, an'd an account of its origin, and of puppet 
plays in England. London. 1870. Illus. Plates. **T.37.249; etc. 

Delvau, a. Le Theatre erotique frangais sous le Bas-Empire. Paris. 
[186-?] **T.77.203 

Feu le Theatre de Seraphin depuis son origine jusqu'a sa disparition. 
177^1870. Paris. 1872. **T.96.i45 

Magnin, C. Histoire des marionnettes en Europe depuis I'antiquite 
jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. 1852. **T.95.84 

Same. 2e edition. 1862. 6297.25 

Maindron, C. E. Marionnettes et guignols, les poupees agissantes 
et parlantes a travers les ages. Paris. [1900.] Illus. Portraits. 
Plates, some colored. 4671.88 

PisciiEL, R. The home of the puppet play. An address on assum- 
ing the office of Rector of the Konigliche vereinigte Friedrichs- 
Universitat, Halle-Wittenberg, on the 12th July, 1900. London. 
1902. • 2256.18 

Rehm, H. S. Das Buch der Marionetten. Ein Beitrag zur Ge- 
schichte des Theaters aller Volker. Berlin. [1905.] Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. Plan. _ 62503.45 

Serrurier, L. De wajang poerwa, eene ethnologische studie. Leiden. 

1896. Text und Atlas of 21 colored plates. *Cab.8o.29.3 

Pulpit, The, and the stage. Ham, J. P. **T.77.i34 

Pulpit, The, justified, and the theatre condemned. East, J. **T.76.99 

Pure, Michel de. 

Idee des spectacles anciens et novveavx. Par M. M. D. P. Paris. 
Michel Brunet. 1668. (6), 318, (10) pp. **G.3537.4 

Puritans. 

Thompson, E. N. S. The controversy between the Puritans and the 
stage. A thesis . . . Yale University. New York. 1903. 4583.148 

Wilson, J. D. The Puritan attack upon the stage. (In Cambridge 
history of English literature. Vol. 6, pp. 421-558. New York. 
1910.) 4551.118.6 

Purnell, Thomas. ("Q.") 

Dramatists of the present day. London. Chapman & Hall. 1871. 
vi, (i), 140 pp. 2479.52; **T.47.i4 

Contents. — The drama of the present day. — Lord Lytton. — Dr. Westland 
Marston. — Mr. F. C. Burnand. — Mr. Dion Boucicault. — Mr. John Oxenford. 
— Mr. T. W. Robertson. — Mr. Tom Taylor. — Mr. Charles Reade. 

London and elsewhere. London. Unwin. 1886. (4), 144 pp. 

**T.98.90 
Pursuit after happiness: a poem. To which is added, an Ode to Mr. 
Garrick, on his quitting the stage. Also An elegy on the death 
of Mr. [Spranger] Barry. London: Printed for the author; pub- 
lished by G. Kearsly. 1777- iv, 43 PP- *657i.3 
Purvis, William. 

RoBSON, J. P. The life and adventures of the far-famed Billy 
Purvis. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 1849. Portrait. **T.58.57 

Putlitz, Gustav Heinrich Gans, Edler Herr su. 

Theater-Erinnerungen. 2. mit Register versehene Auflage. Berlin. 
Paetel. 1875. 2 v. in i. 2879.178 

Relates to German drama. 

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Puttick & Simpson, auctioneers. 

Shakespeare tercentenary, Stratford-upon-Avon. Catalogue of the 
fittings and effects, comprising the elegant proscenium, new act 
drop, stage machinery and appliances, new gas fittings, chairs, 
tables, etc. Which will be sold by auction May 31st. [London? 
1864.] (2), 12 pp. No. I4in **G.3942.25 

Pyrotechnics. 

Perrinet d'Orval, J. C. Essay sur les feux d'artifice pour le 
spectacle et pour la guerre. A Paris. i745- 13 plates. **T.97.2o 
Pythagoras, pseud. 

A vindication of a right in the public to a one shilling gallery either 
at the new Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, or somewhere else. 
London: Printed for J. Owen. 1792. 40 pp. **T.76.70 



Q., pseud. See Rosenberg, Charles G. 

Quarante ans de theatre. Sarcey, F. 4676.114; **T.47,i 

Quatre tetes, Les, vision. [Paris. 179-?] 7 PP- No. 3 in **G.i57.io 

Relates to the Paris Opera. • 

Quearmoode, Humphrey, Esq., pseud. 

An essay on the summer entertainments in the neighbourhood of 

London. London: Printed for D. Job. 1750. 3-21 pp. **T.97.39 

Queen of quavers, pseud. See Farmer, Polly, pseud. 

Queen's progress. The. Schelling, F. E. 2556.108 

Queens of song. Clayton, E. C. **M.io6.i3; etc. 

Stephens, R. N. *4040.ii7 

Queens of the drama. Stephens, R. N. **T,5i.i2 

Queens of the French stage. Williams, H. N. 4674.46 

Queries to be answer'd by the manager of Drury-Lane Theatre 

[Charles Fleetwood], for the satisfaction of the publick, in regard 

to the , present dispute between him and his actors. London: 

Printed for J. Roberts. 1743. 19 pp. No. i in **G.3823.i3 

Another copv is on shelf-number No. 8 in **G.3824.2. 

Queries upon queries, to be answer'd by the male-content players. For 
the satisfaction of the publick, in regard to the present dispute 
between them and the manager [Charles Fleetwood]. London: 
Printed for W. Bickerton. [1743.] 19 pp. **T.77.3 

A full answer to Queries upon queries may be found on shelf-number No. 9 in 
**r,.3824.2. 

Question, La, de I'Odeon. Lettre a son editeur par ***. Paris. Ollen- 
dorff. 1879. 35 pp. **T.77.i74 
Queue, La, au theatre. Toyon, P. M. de. **T.76.68 
Quicherat, Louis Marie. 

Adolphe Nourrit: sa vie, son talent, son caractere, sa correspondance. 
Paris. Hachette & cie. 1867. 3 v. Portraits. **M.ii4.i 

Quick, John. 

Quick's Whim; or, the merry medley: containing a collection of 
jests and repartees. London: Printed for W. Lane. [1795.] 72 
pp. Portrait. **T.98.88 

Quin, James. 

Foote, S. A treatise on the passions, so far as they regard the 
stage; with a critical enquiry into the theatrical merit of Mr. 

G k, Mr. Q n, and Mr. B y. The first considered in 

the part of Lear, the last two opposed in Othello. London. 
[1747.] **T.77.27;etc. 

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Quin, James. (Continued.) 

Life, The, of Mr. James Quin, comedian. With the history of the 
stage from his commencing actor to his retreat to Bath. Lon- 
don. 1766. Portrait. **T.57.53; etc. 
Quinault, Philippe. 

Crapelet, G. a. Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Quinault, 
suivie de pieces relatives a I'etablissement de I'Opera. Paris. 
1824. No. 3 in **M. 136.12; etc. 

Quinault, Marie Anne Catherine. 

Memoires de Mademoiselle Quinault ainee de 1715 a 1793. Paris. 

Allardin. 1836. 2 v. ^ **T.56.2i5 

Quizziology, The, of the British drama. A Beckett, G. A. **T.48.3 



R., C., of C. C. C. Oxford. 

The danger of masquerades and raree-show^s, or the complaints of 
the stage, against masquerades, opera's, assemblies and other 
irrational entertainments, as being the ground and occasion of 
the late decay of wit in Great-Britain. London, Printed for W. 
Boreham. 1718. (i), 37 pp. **T.97.343 

R., G. F. 

The actress of the day. A poem. London. Dugdale. [18 — ?] 12 
pp. **T.58.29 

R., N. 

"No salary required"; or, theatricals at Winklegate, by N. R. Being 

a satirical expose of some of the advertisements which appear in 

several of our leading oapers. [London.] Wright & Co. [18 — ?] 

20 pp. Illus. ' **T.86.8 

Rabany, Charles. 

Carlo Goldoni. Le theatre et la vie en Italic au xviiie siecle. Paris. 
Berger-Levrault & cie. 1896. ix, 429 pp. Portraits. 2771.79 

Chronological list of Goldoni's dramatic works, pp. 321-407. Sources biblio- 
graphiques, pp. 409-423. 

Rabou, Charles Felix Henri. 

Les grands danseurs du roi. Bruxelles. Meline, Cans & cie. 1846. 
(I), 267 pp. _ **T.89.3 

A novel dealing with theatrical life. 

Rachel, filisa Rachel Felix, called Rachel. See Felix, Elisabeth Rachel. 

Racovitza-Schewitsch, Helene, Baronin von. 

Princess Helene von Racowitza. An autobiography. Authorised 
translation from the German, by Cecil Mar. New York. The 
Macmillan Co. 1910. xiii, 421 pp. Portrait. 2845.109 

Autobiography of an actress. 

Radcliffe College Alumnae Association. 

Pirates of Penzance. For the benefit of Radcliffe College Library. 
[Announcement. Boston.- 1905.] (5) PP- 4358.66 

Radcliffe College. Plays and entertainments. 

Cercle FRANfAis de Radcliffe College. Edmond Rostand. Les 
romanesques. Comedie en trois actes en vers. [Programme. 
Cambridge. 1906.] 4456.181 

Rae, William Fraser. 

Sheridan. A biography. With an introduction by Sheridan's great- 
grandson the Marquess of Dufferin and Ava. London. Bentley. 1896. 
2v. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. Manuscript facsimiles. **T.56.53 
Same. New York. Holt & Co. 4545-149 

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Rag, Timothy, pseud. 

An answer to a whimsical pamphlet, call'd The character of Sir John 
Edgar, &c. Humbly inscrib'd to Sir Tremendous Longinus. 
Written by Sir John Edgar's baker. London, Printed for J. 
Roberts. 1720. (8), 22 pp. No. 10 in **G.382i.ii 

The characters and conduct of Sir John Edgar [pseud, of Sir Richard Steele], 
by Dennis, may be found on shelf-numbers **T.77.io7; etc. 

Rainoldes, John. See Rainolds, John. 

Rainolds, John. 

The overthrow of stage-playes, by way of controversie betwixt D. 
Gager and D. Rainoldes, wherein all the reasons that can be made 
for them are notably refuted. Added, Latine letters betwixt 
Rainolds and Gentiles. 2d edition. At Oxford, Printed by lohn 
Lichfield, printer to the fam.ous Vniversitie, for E. Forrest, and 
W. Webbs, anno Dom. 1629. (7), 190 pp. **T.77.i39 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G.382i.i5; **G.382i.i4. 

Rainolds, John. Works about. 

Young, C. An Elizabethan defense of the stage. [Containing the 
correspondence of William Gager and Dr. Rainolds in their 
controversy in regard to the theatre.] (In Shakespeare studies. 
By members of the Department of English of the University of 
Wisconsin. Pp. 103-124. Madison. 1916.) 4593.211 

Ralph, James. 

The case of our present theatrical disputes, fairly stated. In which 
is contained a succinct account of the rise, progress and declen- 
sion of the ancient stage; a comprehensive view of the manage- 
ment of the Italian, Spanish, French and Dutch theatres, with 
remarks upon our own. [Anon.] London: Printed for Jacob 
Robinson. 1743. (i), 64 pp. **T.76.i5i 

Relates principally to London. Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. g in 
**G.3823.i2; No. 9 in **G.3823.i8, the first of which lacks the title-page and 
pages 5, 6, 9-24. 
The taste of the town: or, a guide to all publick diversions. [Anon.] 
London. Printed, and sold by the booksellers of London and 
Westminster. 1731. xxviii, 237 pp. **T.78.54 

The touch-stone: or, historical, critical, political, philosophical, and 
theological essays on the reigning diversions of the town. By 
a person of some taste and some quality. London: Printed, and 
sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1728. xxviii, 
237 pp. **T.98.89 

Ram Baud, Yveling, pseud. See Gilbert, Frederic. 

Rambler, Harry, pseud. 

Bays in council: or, a picture of a green-room. A dramatic poem. 
Containing the speeches of Mr. G - rr - - k, Mr. H - v - - d, Mr. 
S-wd-n, Mr. W - - d - - d. Mrs. C - - - e, and Mrs. P - - tc - - - d, 
a few days before Drury Lane Theatre was open'd. To which 
is added, a poem on Mrs. Bland. Dublin.: Printed for the author. 
1751. 22 pp. No. 13 in **G.3824.i4 

Rambler and dramatic weekly, The. See Illustrated Rambler, The, 
and dramatic weekly. 

Rambler's recollections and reflections, A. Capper, A. O. 4545.155 

Ramblers' Magazine, The, and New-York theatrical register. 1809/10. 
Vol. I. New- York. Longworth. [1810.] 216 pp. Portrait. 

**T.28.i9 

Ramblings, The, of an old mummer. Craufurb, R. **T.57.i99 



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Ramirez, James. 

Carmencita, the Pearl of Seville. New York. The Law & Trade 
Printing Co. 1890. 144 PP- Portraits. **T.57.4i9 

A novel written to advertise the dancing of Carmencita. Appended is a sketch 
of her life. 

Rampe, La, et les coulisses. Gereon, L. de. **T.57.36 

Rampe illustree, La. [Hebdomadaire.] Annee i (no. 1-9). Jan. -mars 
1890. Paris. 1890. 9 nos. in i v. Portraits. Plates. Plans. 

**T.25.20 

Ramsden, Hermione, translator. 

Hansson, L. M. The modern woman on the stage: Eleonora Duse. 
(In her Six modern women. Pp. 95-128. Boston. i8g6.) 5588.107 
Random recollections of an old actor. Belton, F. **T.56.i7o 

Random recollections, The, of an old play-goer. Flynn, J. W. 

**T.57-349 
Random records. Colman, G., the Younger. **T.57.38 

Raper, G. A., translator. 

HuRET, J. Sarah Bernhardt. With a preface by Edmond Rostand. 
London. 1899. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 2647.170; **T,56.283 

Raphanel, Jean. 

Histoire au jour le jour de I'Opera-comique. Premiere serie, ler 
Janvier -30 juin, 1898. Avec une etude sur le role de la critique 
par Emile Mas. Paris. „La vie theatrale." 1898. xi, (i), 128 pp. 

No. 2 in **M. 102.22 
Raphanel, Jean, and Camille Legrand. 

Histoire anecdotique des theatres de Paris (ecrite au jour le jour). 

Avec une preface de Jules Barbier. Illustrations de Valverane. 

Vol. i: I Janvier -31 mars 1896. Paris. Aux bureaux des "Feux 

de la rampe." 1896. 383, (i) pp. Portraits. **T.77,i27 

Rastell, John. 

Pleadings in a theatrical lawsuit. Temp. Henry viii. (From the 

Records of the Court of Requests.) [John Rastell v. Henry 

Walton.] (In English garner. An. Fifteenth century prose and 

verse. Pp. 305-321. Westminster. 1903.) 455743 

Rathbun, John B. 

Motion picture making and exhibiting. A comprehensive volume 
treating the principles of niotography; the making of motion 
pictures; the scenario; the motion picture theatre; the projector; 
the conduct of film exhibiting; methods of coloring films; talking 
pictures, etc. Chicago. Charles S. Thompson Co. 1914. (6), 236 
pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. 8o39a.55 

Rattler, Morgan, pseud. 

The German opera. [London. 1842.] 121-126 pp. 

Relates to the German opera at Covent Garden Theatre. No. 21 in **G.3822.I 

Raucourt, Frangoise Marie Antoinette Saucerotte, called Mile Raucourt. 

Notice sur I'enterrement de Mile Raucourt, actrice du Theatre 

frangais, morte le 15 Janvier 1815. Paris. 1821. Plate. **T.54.24 

Ray, The. [Programmes.] See Boston. Theatres. Boston theatre, 

Washington Street. 
Raymond, Emmanuel. 

Histoire des peregrinations de Moliere dans le Languedoc, d'apres 
des documents inedits. 1642-1-658. Paris. Dubuisson & cie. 1858. 
173 pp. 4667.14 

The appendix contains a chronological list of events in Moliere's life, 1 658-1 673, 
and a list of the first representations of his plays with curious details of the 

performances. 

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Raymond, George. 

Memoirs of Robert William EUiston, comedian. London. Mortimer. 
1844, 45. 2 V. Portrait. Plates. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.2i6 

Contents. — [i.] 1774-1810. With illustrations by George Cruikshank. [2.] 
Concluding series. With illustrations by "Phiz" [pseud, of Hablot Knight 
Browne] . 

Same. [Re-edited and abridged.] The life and enterprises of Robert 

William Elliston, comedian. Illustrated by George Cruikshank 

and "Phiz" [pseud.]. London. Routledge & Co. 1857. xiv, (2), 

416 pp. Portrait. Plates. Autograph facsimile. 6549.34; **T.58. 65 

Raymond, John T. 

Souvenir of the representative American comedian John T. Ray- 
mond, in his last & greatest success, the political satire in (4) 
acts, by David D. Lloyd, Esq., entitled For Congress. Boston. 
[1885?] 8 plates. Portrait. **T.55.i36 

Raymond, R. G., compiler. 

Sketches from the footlights. 47 pp. (In Gore, Catherine G. F., 
alleged author. Richelieu; or, the broken heart. London. 1876.) 

Anecdotes and other items about the British stage. No. 2 in **T.97.304 

Raymond, T. G. 

Moore, P. Copy. Letter from Mr. Moore to Mr. Raymond [relating 

to Drury Lane Theatre of which T. G. Raymond v^as the 

manager]. Dated October 14, 1817. [London. 1817.] **T.75.65 

Raymond Hitchcock's 44th Street Theatre, Neiv York City. See New 

York, City. Theatres. Raymond Hitchcock's 44TH street theatre. 

Raynaly, E. 

Les propos d'un escamoteur. Etude critique et humoristique. Paris. 
Noblet. 1894. xii, 242, (i) pp. Portrait. **T.97.246 

Read, T. 

The history of the Royal Circus, introductory to the case of Mr. 
Read, late stage manager of that theatre; in a letter, to a friend. 
London: Printed in the year, M DCC XCL (4), 138 pp. 

No. 4 in **G.3824.6 
Reade, Amye. 

Ruby. A novel. Founded on the life of a circus girl. Illustrated 

by Talbot Hughes. London. Authors' Co-operative Publishing 

Co., Ltd. 1889. viii, 416, (i) pp. Plates. **T.87.7 

Slaves of the sawdust. New York. Hovendon Co. [1892.] (i), 

312 pp. **T.87.27 

A novel of circus life. 

Reade, Charles. 

The eighth commandment. London. Triibner & Co. i860. (3), 
379, (0 PP- Portrait. Facsimiles. **G.3936.25 

On literary property and stage copyright. Relates primarily to the English 
drama. 

Same. [Author's editjon.] Boston. Ticknor and Fields. 276 pp. 

This edition lacks the portrait. 6577. l8 

Same. Extracts. [London? i860.] (19) ff- No. i in **G.3822.i 

Peg Woffington. A novel. New edition. London. Bentley. 1857. 

255, (i) pp. Plate. **T.87.22 

Same. Ward, Lock, & Tyler. [187-?] 255 pp. *456oa.6o 

Same. New York. The Grolier Club. 1887. 2 v. *Q.i6.7(*2579a.227) 
Same. Dodd, Mead & Co. [189-?] 276 pp. *4578.3i8 

Same. With an introduction by Austin Doljson and illustrations by 

Hugh Thomson. New York. Doubleday & McClure Co. 1899. 

li, 298, (i) pp. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 6577.128; **T.87.23 

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Reader, The, or reciter: by the assistance of which any person may 
teach himself to read or recite English prose with the utmost 
elegance and effect. To which are added, instructions for reading 
plays. On a plan never before attempted. London. Printed for 
T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies. i799- iv, i86 pp. **K.34.6 

Reading. As an art. 

Anderson, J. W. Garrick's mode of reading the Liturgy of the 
Church of England. New edition, with notes, and a preliminary 
discourse on public reading, by Richard Cull. London. 1840. 

5591.26; **T.76.i 
pRANgois DE Neufchateau, N. L., Comte. Methode pratique de lecture. 
A Paris. An vii [1798/99]- **T.97.73 

Murdoch, J. E. Reminiscences of the stage. [Boston. 1874.] 

No. 37 in **G.3822.3 

Reader, The, or reciter: by the assistance of which any person may 

teach himself to read or recite English prose with the utmost 

elegance and effect. To which are added, instructions for reading 

plays. London. 1799. **K.34.6 

Realism. 

Sittenberger, H. Die Wahrheit auf der Biihne. Eine Studie. Wien. 
1893. **T.75.26 

Reason versus passion; or, an impartial review of the dispute between 
the public and the proprietors of Covent Garden Theatre: with 
strictures on the Times and Morning Chronicle newspapers: com- 
prising a defence of the committee. By one who dares to think 
for himself. London. Wilson. [1809.] iv, 60 pp. **T.76.i70 

Relates to the O. P. Riots. 

Rebellion, The; or, all in the wrong. A serio-comic hurly-burly as 
it was performed for two months at the new Theatre Royal, 
Covent-Garden, by His Majesty's servants, the players, and his 
liege subjects, the public. Added, a poetical divertisement, con- 
cluding with a panoramic view of the new theatre, in prose. 
London. Vernor, Hood, & Sharpe. 1809. viii, 128 pp. Portrait. 

Relates to the O. P. Riots. No. I in **G.3823.2 

Same. 2d edition. **T.96.33i 

Recherches sur les costumes et sur les theatres de toutes les nations. 

[Anon.] See Le Vacher de Chamois, Jean Charles. 
Recherches sur les theatres de France. Beauchamps, P. F. G. de. 

**T.48.i4;etc. 
Recollections and wanderings. Bedford, P. **T.57.247; etc. 

Recollections of a player. Wilson, F. **T.54,i7 

Recollections of an actor. Donaldson, W. A. 4549a.243; **T.58.84 

Recollections of an equestrian manager. Montague, C. W. 

4007.35 ; **T.58.33 

Recollections of the mess-table and the stage. Curling, H. **T.57.40 

Record of a girlhood. Kemble, F. A. 2457.55; etc. 

Records of a stage veteran. Parts 3, 4, 6. January, March, September, 

1835. [London. 1835.] Pp. 84-88, 356-360, 33-37- 

No. 10 in **G.3822.3 

From the New Monthly Magazine [Colburn's], vol. 45, 1835 [Per. Room 
* 5. ^17. 1. 1 83 5]. Relates to the British stage. 

Recueil d'anecdotes & curiosites de toutes sortes sur la litterature, le 
theatre, la galanterie, etc. Paris. 1871. (i), 208 pp. Autograph 
facsimiles. **T.96.348 

Composed of the weekly issues of La petite revue du samedi, 19 mai - 11 aout 

1866, bound together with title-page and index. 



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'Red-light' recollections. Carragher, P, C. 2576.175 

Rede, Leman. See Rede, William Leman. 
Rede, Leman Thomas. 

The guide to the stage: or, how to enter the theatrical profession, 
obtain an engagement, and become an actor. Founded on, and 
partly taken from Leman Rede's book; with modern list of 
theatres, &c. Corrected to August, 1871. London. [1871.] Dia- 
gram. **T.77.i55 
The road 'to the stage, contains instructions for obtaining theatrical 
engagements; with a list of the provincial theatres, and a clear 
elucidation of all the technicalities of the histrionic art. Added, 
a list of the London theatres, an account of the Dramatic Authors' 
Society. New edition, revised. London. Onwhyn. 1835. viii, 
100 pp. Portrait. **T.79.io 
Same. The guide to the stage, containing instructions for obtaining 
theatrical engagements, with a list of Provincial theaters, and a 
clear elucidation of all the technicalities of the histrionic art. 
Added, a list of the London theaters. With additional informa- 
tion, making it applicable to the American stage; also, a list of 
the American theaters. Edited by Francis C. Wemyss. New 
York. French. 1864. 58 PP- **T.97.307 
Rede, William Leman. 

The late John Reeve. [London. 1838.] 405-410 pp. 

No. 13 in **G.3930.i3.2 
Reden-Esbeck, Friedrich Johann-, Frciherr von. 

Caroline Neuber und ihre Zeitgenossen. Ein Beitrag zur deutschen 
Kultur- und Theatergeschichte. Leipzig. Barth. 1881. xii, 357, 
(i) pp. Portrait. Plate. Facsimiles. **T.55.66 

Reed, Alfred German. 

Williamson, D. The German Reeds and Corney Grain: records 
and reminiscences. London. 1895. Portraits. **T.58.9 

Reed, German. See Reed, Thomas German. 
Reed, Mrs. German. See Reed, Priscilla. 
Reed, Isaac. 

Bibliotheca Reediana. A catalogue of [his] curious & extensive 

library, particularly relating to the English drama, and poetry, 

which will be sold by auction by King and Lochee, Nov. 2. 

[London.] 1807. (2), 405 pp. **T.66.3 

Theatrical obituary. Manuscript. [London?] 1799. Unpaged. 

**T.57.73 
Reed, Isaac, editor. 

Baker, D. E. Biographia dramatica, or, a companion to the play- 
house. A new edition continued from 1764 to 1782. Dublin. 
1782. 2 V. *2i75.i5;etc. 

Reed, Isaac. Works about. 

Isaac Reed, Esq., F.A.S. Manuscript. [180-?] (40) pp. Portrait. 

**T.55.45 

Compobeci of biographical sketches and other information about Isaac Reed. 
There are two different handwritings in this volume. 

Reed, Joseph. 

The retort courteous; or a candid appeal to the public on the conduct 
of Thomas Linley, Esq, manager of Drury-Lane Theatre, to the 
author of Dido. By the author of The Register-Office. London: 
Printed for the author. 1787. 48 pp. No. 8 in **G.3824.i 

Reed was the author both of Dido and of The Register-Office. 

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Reed. Priscilla. 

Williamson, D. The German Reeds and Corney Grain: records and 
reminiscences. London. 1895. Portraits. **T.58.9 

Reed, Thomas German. 

Williamson, D. The German Reeds and Corney Grain: records and 
reminiscences. London. 1895. Portraits. **T.s8.9 

Rees, James. (Colley Gibber.) 

The dramatic authors of America. Philadelphia. Zieber & Co. 
1845. 144 pp. **T.27.37 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **T.s8.67; **G.3647-3- 

The life of Edwin Forrest. With reminiscences and personal recol- 
lections. Philadelphia. Peterson. [1874.] 17-S24 PP- Portrait. 
Autograph facsimile. 4347.152; **T.57.i69 

Rees, James, editor. 

Dramatic Mirror, and literary companion, The. [Weekly.! De- 
voted to the stage and the fine arts. Vol. i; 2 (no. i). New 
York. 1842. Portraits. **T.23.5 

Reeve, John. 

Banister, D. Life of Mr. John Reeve, with original anecdotes. 
London. [1838.] Portrait. **T.56.86; etc. 

Rede, W. L. The late John Reeve. [London. 1838.] 

No. 13 in **G.3930.i3.2 
Reeve, Wybert. 

From life. By Wybert Reeve (comedian). London. White & Co. 
1892. vi, (i), 248 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.57.i84 

Autobiographical sketches. 

Reeves, John Sims. 

Edwards, H. S. The life and artistic career of Sims Reeves. Lon- 
don. 1881. Portraits. 4049.85; No. 2 in **M.i39.i9 
Reference, La, des Portraits contemporains pour 1897-1900. Annee 1-4. 
■ Paris. Nilsson. 1897-1900. 4 v. Portraits. **T.25.27 
Reflections upon theatrical expression in tragedy. With a proper 
introduction, and appendix. London: Printed for W. Johnston. 
1755. (I), 81 pp. No. 2 in **G.3823.8 
Reflets, Les, du passe. Poujol, A. **T.57.395 
Reflexions on the actor's art. Talma, F. J. **T.46.6i.4 
Reflexions sur I'art theatral. Larive, J. M. de. **T.95.3o6; etc. 
Reforme, La, des theatres. Mague de Saint-Aubin, J. A. **T.76.ii2 
Regnault-Warin, Jean Baptiste Joseph Innocent Philadelphe. 

Memoires historiques et critiques sur F.-J. Talma, et sur I'art theatral. 
Paris. Henry. 1827. (3), viij, 554 PP- **T.56.i76 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3S62.9. 

Regnier, Frangois Joseph Pierre Tousez. 

Souvenirs et etudes de theatre. Paris. Ollendorff. 1887. (4), 354, 
(i) pp. Portrait. **T.57.384 

Coi' tents. — J. Boutet de Monvel. — Mademoiselle de Champmesle. — Adrierme 
Le Couvreur. — £tat de la fortune de Moliere. — Talma. — Sedaine. — Appendice. 

Regnier, Frangois Joseph Pierre Tousez. ^ Works about. 

Perrin, £. C. V. Toast porte par M. Emile Perrin dans le banquet 

d'adieux offert a M. Regnier par les societaires de la Comedie- 

frangaise, le 14 octobre. Paris. 1875. **T.97.i28 

PoiNsoT, A. E. Regnier, societaire de la Comedie-frangaise. (1831- 

1872.) Paris. 1872. Portrait. **T.98.50 

Regnier, Marie Louise de. (Gerard d'Houville.) 

Les masques et les personnages de la comedie italienne, expliques 
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Regnier, Marie Louise de. (Gerard d'Houville.) (Continued.) 

Paris. Journal des dames et des modes. I9i4- (8) PP- Colored 
plates. **T.Cab.i.i 

Regnier, P. See Regnier, Frangois Joseph Pierre Tousez. 
Rehan, Ada. 

D., E. A. Memories of Daly's theatres. [New York.] 1897. lUus. 
Portraits. **T.76.i95 

Winter, W. Ada Rehan: a study. New York. 1891. Portraits. 

**T.55-55;etc. 
Rehm, Hermann Siegfried. 

Das Buch der Marionetten. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Theaters 
aller Volker. Berlin. Frensdorff. [1905.] (3), 30? PP- Ulus. 
Portraits. Plates. Facsimile. Plan. 625oa.45 

Reichenberg, Suzanne Angelique Charlotte. 

Alexandre, A. P. U. Suzanne Reichenberg. Les ingenues au theatre. 
Paris. [1898.] lUus. Portraits. Music. **T.93.i3 

Reid, Erskine, editor. 

Dramatic peerage, The, 1891. Personal notes and professional 
sketches of the actors and actresses of the London stage. Compiled 
by Erskine Reid and Herbert Compton. London. [1891.] **T.28.6 
Reidt, Heinrich. 

Das geistliche Schauspiel des Mittelalters in Deutschland. Frankfurt 
a/M. Winter. 1868. vi, (i), 175 PP- 4887.10 

Reiffenberg, Frederic Auguste Ferdinand Thomas, Baron de. 

[Epitre a Talma. Anon.] N. p. [18—?] 7 PP- **T.97.i34 

The title-page is missing and the identification is uncertain. The half-title 
is used. 

Reiffenberg, Frederic Guillaume fimeric Cuno Marsilius, Baron de. 
Ce que c'est qu'une actrice. 2^ edition. Paris. Sartorius. 1861. 
139 pp. **T.98.i36 

Reims, France. See Rheims, France. 

Reine, Une, de theatre. Ricault, C. J. de. **T.87.64 

Reines, Les, de la rampe. Sorel, J., and C. Mosont, pseud. **T.57.353 
Reines, Les, du chant. Thurner, A. 4047,81; **M. 127.17 

Reinhardt, Max. 

Carter, H. The theatre of Max Reinhardt. New York. 1914. Por- 
traits. Plates. Plan. 6252.118 
Jacobsohn, S. Max Reinhardt. Berlin. [1914-] Portrait. Plates. 

6873.54 
Reisch, Emil. 

Das griechische Theater. Beitrage zur Geschichte des Dionysos- 

Theaters in Athen und anderer griechischer Theater. Von Wil- 

helm Dorpfeld und Emil Reisch. Athen. Barth & von Hirst. 

1896. xiv, (i), 396 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. 4090.43 

Reisch, Emil, prefacer. 

Heberdey, R., and others. Das Theater in Ephesos. Bearbeitet 
von R. Heberdey, G. Niemann, W. Wilberg. [Wien. 1912.] 
Illus. Plates. Plans. *Cab.30.39.6.2 

Remarkable trial, The, of the queen of quavers. Democritus, Joseph, 
pseud., and William Diogenes, pseud. **M.ii7.9; etc. 

Remarks on the character of Richard the Third; as played by Cooke 
and Kemble. London. Parsons. 1801. 55 pp. **T.96.3i4 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. i in **G.3937-32. A reply, having the 
title Kemble & Cooke, may be found on shelf-numbers **G.3924.26; **T.96.3i3; 
No. 2 in **G.3937.32 ; etc. 
Same, ^d edition, corrected. [1801.] 56 pp. No. 4 in **G.3824.3 

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Remarks on the theatre, and on the late fire at Richmond, in Virginia. 

[Anon.] See Alexander, Anne Tuke. 

Remarks on the theatre, occasioned by the awful death of Mr. Cummins, 

which took place at the play-house in this town, the 20th of 

June. Leeds. Dcwhirst. 1817. 3-34 PP- **T.96.i05 

Same. 2d edition. 34 PP- **T.78.43 

Remembrancia. 

London, England. Corporation. Dramatic records of the city of Lon- 
don. The Remembrancia. {In Malone Society. Collections. 
Vol. I, part I, pp. 43-100. [Oxford.] 1907.) **G.4077.i5-i-Part i 
Reminiscences of a dramatic critic. Clapp, H. A. 4395.168; *Artz Cab.12.3 
Reminiscenzen und Reflexionen eines alten Schauspielers. Berlin. 
Duncker & Humblot. 1852. (7), 86 pp. **T.57.362 

Remond de Sainte-Albine, Pierre. 

Le comedien. A Paris, chez Dessaint & Saillant. 1748. 312, (s) pp. 

**T.77.64 
Same. {In Mole, Frangois R. Memoires. Pp. 95-330. 1825.) 

Another copy is on shelf- number **G.224.2.i4 **T,56.II 

Remonstrances des comediens frangois au roi. [Anon.] See Marchand, 

Jean Henri. 
Remusat, Jean Pierre Abel. 

Le coup de fouet, ou nouvelle revue de tous les theatres de Paris. 

[Anon.] 3e edition. Paris. Imprimerie Expeditive. An XI.-1803. 

7-221 pp. Plate. **T.79.25 

Renascence, The, of the English drama. Jones, H. A. **T.47.43 

Rennel, Gabriel. 

Tragi-comical reflections, of a moral and political tendency, occa- 
sioned by the present state of the two rival-theatres in Drury- 
Lane and Lincolns-Inn-Fields. London: Printed for A. Moore. 
[172s ?] 30 pp. No. 8 in **G.3823.i4 

Renner, A. L. 

Sarah Bernhardt: artist and woman. With autograph pages by Sarah 
Bernhardt. New York. Blanck. [1896.] (65) pp. (20) plates. 
Illus. Portraits. Manuscript facsimiles. **T.53.ii 

Rennert, Hugo Albert. 

The Spanish stage in the time of Lope de Vega. New York. 1909. 

(i), XV, 635, (i) pp. [The Hispanic Society of America.] 3096.258 

Repertoire du theatre frangais. Colson, J. B. **T.46.50 

Repertoire of Eleonora Duse with her company at the Fifth Avenue 

Theatre. Synopsis of the plays. With full cast of characters. 

[New York. McGrath. 1896.] 3 parts in i v. **T.55.i38 

Contents. — Cavalleria rusticana, by Giovanni Verga. — La locandiera, by Carlo 

Goldoni. — Eleonora Duse, by Antonio Bracco. 
Repertory theatres. 

See also National theatres. 

Howe, P. P. The repertory theatre. A record & a criticism. New 

York. 191 1. 6252.87 

Jones, H. A. Municipal and repertory theatres: a lecture delivered 

to the Sheffield Playgoers' Society. With an introductory letter 

to Sir Johnston Forbes Robertson. London. 1913. **T.76.i86 

Replies, The, from England, etc., to certain statements circulated in 

this country respecting Mr. Macready. New York. Stringer & 

Townsend. 1849. 21 pp. **T.56.i24 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 8 in **G. 3930. 13.2. Relates to the quarrel 
between Forrest and Macready. A rejoinder to the above, by an American 
citizen, may be found on shelf-numbers No. 6 in *7686.52 ; **T. 56.117. 

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Report of the Holland benefit testimonial fund, by Theodore Moss and 
J. H. Magonigle, treasurers. New York. Thitchener & Glastaeter. 
1871. 27 pp. **T.57.377 

Representation, A, of the impiety & immorality of the English stage, 
with reasons for putting a stop thereto: and some questions 
addrest to those who frequent the play-houses. London, Printed, 
and are to be sold by J. Nutt. 1704. 24 pp. No. i in **G.3823.i2 
This work has been attributed to Jeremy Collier. Another copy is on shelf- 
number No. I in **G.3823.i4. 
Same. 3d edition. **T.96.ii6 

Representative actors. Russell, W. C. 4548.50; **T.57.374; etc. 

Requeste de deux actrices d'Opera a Momus avec son ordonnance. A 
la Haye. 1763. 21 pp. **T.79.i5 

The actresses referred to are Marton Coupee and Alix Desgranges. 

Rescue, The; or, Thespian scourge. Brownsmith, J. **T.54.27 
Resident, A, pseud. 

The Bath Theatre vindicated from the aspersions of the Rev. John 

East. 3d edition. Bath. Keene. 1844. 16 pp. **T.76.97 

East's The theatre, may be found on shelf-numbers **T.76.g6; **T.g6.67. A 

reply, having the title The theatre as it is, by An observer, may be found on 
shelf-number **T.76.98. 

Restif de la Bretonne, Nicholas Edme. 

La mimographe, ou idees d'une honnete-femme pour la reformation 
du theatre national. [Anon.] A Amsterdam, chez Changuion. 
1770. S-466 pp. **T.77.4 

Relates to France. 

Reszke, Edouard de, and Jean de Reszke. 

Jean and fidouard de Reszke. [With a sketch of Sofia Scalchi.] 
Illus. Portraits. (In The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 
138-140. New York. [1895.]) **M.i4.i.i 

Retired performer. A, pseud. 

The amateur, or guide to the stage, containing lessons for theatrical 
novices. The rudimental information necessary to lead a stranger 
to the stage, from the novice up to the actor. Philadelphia. 
Fisher. [185-?] 64 pp. Plate. No. i in **T.99.6i 

Retort courteous, The. Reed, J. No. 8 in **G.3824.i 

Reutlinger, . 

Le panorama. Nos jolies actrices. Photographiees par Reutlinger. 
Paris. Baschet. [189-?] (87) PP. Portraits. **T.52.5 

Reve, Un, de Mademoiselle Clairon. See Epinay, L. F. P. de T. d'E. 
de la L. de. L'amitie de deux jolies femmes. 

Revels at Court. See Court revels; Elizabethan theatre. 

Review of Burder's Sermon on amusements, and of a reply to it. [Lon- 
don.] 1805. 234-243, 306-313 pp. No. 12 in **G.3824.9 

Cut from the April and May numbers of The Christian Observer for 1805 
[Periodical Room *3i47.i]. The running title is used. Burder's Lawful 
amusements may be fovmd on shelf-numbers **T.96.49 ; No. 2 in **G.3824.9. 
The reply, called A letter to the Rev. George Burder, may be found on shelf- 
numbers No. 3 in **G. 3824.9; **T.96.6i. 

Review of the late correspondence between Mr. John Henry Alexander, 
manager and proprietor of the Glasgow Theatre, and Mr. Lloyd, 
of the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh. [Glasgow. 1843.] 16 pp. 

Relates to Lloyd's appearances at the Dunlop Street Theatre. **T.76.40 

Review, A. of the performances of Mademoiselle Jenny Lind, at Her 
Majesty's Theatre. London. Dickinson. 1847. 36 pp. **M.i48.25 

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Review, A, of the present contest between the managers of the winter 
theatres, the Little Theatre in the Hay-Market and the Royalty 
Theatre in Well-Close Square. Added, several authentic papers. 
London: Printed for Charles Stalker. 1787. (3), 79 PP- **T.75.5i 

Review, A, of the present state of the British theatre, on for] useful 
hints to Mr. Pitt, on taxation. [A satire in verse.] London: 
Printed for the author. [i795?] 12 pp. No. 8 in **G.382o.ii 

Revoil, Henri Antoine. 

Conference sur le Theatre antique d'Orange faite devant le Congres 
de la Societe frangaise d'archeologie. Tours. Bousrez. [1883.] 
23 pp. 2636.71 

Revolt, The. of the harem. Taglioni, P. **T.36.23; No. i in **M.i47.35 

Revue d'art dramatique. [Semi-monthly.] Tome 1-16, 29-32. 1886-89, 
93. Paris. 1886-93. 20 V. _ **T.25.4 

Tomes 1-7 were edited by Edmond Stoiillig. Tome 2 lacks the title-page and 
index. 

Revue des comediens. Grimod de La Reyniere, A. B. L., and F. Pillet. 

**T.59.32 

Revue des livres et du theatre. Annee 13, n© 311, 313-315, 3i7- Direc- 

teur: H. Le Soudier. Paris. 1893, 94. S numbers in i v. *722i.5i 

Relates to Paris theatres. 

Revue generale des theatres de Londres et de Paris, ou journal his- 
torique, critique, et litteraire, des pieces les plus remarquables, 
representees sur les differens theatres des deux capitales. [Bimen- 
suelle.] Annee 1819. [No. 1-6.] Londres. Schulze & Dean. 
181Q. 164 pp. **T.26.3i 

Reyher, Paul. 

Les masques anglais, fitude sur les ballets et la vie de cour en Angle- 
terre (1512-1640). Paris. Hachette & cie. 1909- x, 563, (i) pp. 
Plans. 4551.122 

Bibliographie des ballets de 1603 a 1640. 

Reynaud, Jacques, pseud. See Poilow de Saint-Mars, Gabrielle Anne de 

Cisternes de Courtiras, Vicomtcsse de. 
Reyntolds, Frederick. 

The life and times of Frederick Reynolds. Philadelphia. Carey & 
Lea. 1826. •**K.33.i5 

Same. 2d edition. London. Colburn. 1827. 2 v. Portraits. 

4543.52; **T.55.95 
A playwright's adventures. London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, 
& Green. 1831. (4), 336 pp. Illus. [Dramatic Annual. 1831.] **T.8g.i 
Reynolds, Frederick, alleged author. 

Impartial observations on the proceedings nstituted by the pro- 
prietors of the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden, 
against the minor establishments. [Anon.] London. Boys. 1820. 

(i), 33 pp. . **T.76.74 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. lo in **G.3824.3. 

Reynolds, George Fullmer. 

5ome principles of Elizabethan staging. A dissertation [Univer- 
sity of Chicago]. Chicago. The University of Chicago Press. 
1905. 2 parts in i v. Facsimile. 2557.136 

Reynolds, George William MacArthur. 

Ellen Percy; or, the memoirs of an actress. [Anon. London. 1856.] 
41S pp. Illus. **T.85.i 

Reznicek, F. von. 

Der Tanz. Album. 7. bis 10. Tausend. Miinchen. Langen. 1908. 
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Rheims, France. Theatres. 

P., L. Le theatre au College des Bons-Enfants et chez les Peres 
Jesuites de Reims. Paris. 1883. **T.77.202 

Paris, A. L. Le theatre a Reims depuis les Remains jusqu'a nos 
jours. Reims. 1885. Plates. **T.75.5 

Rhyming Dick and the strolling player: being a true account of the 
life and death of Richard Nancollas, the alehouse poet; and of a 
Portuguese player [Henry Hitchcock] who died in London. Not- 
tingham. Sutton. [1805.] 8 pp. No. I in **K.27.9 
Rhys, Charles Horton. ("Morton Price.") 

A theatrical trip for a wager! through Canada and the United States. 
London. Dudley. 1861. (3), 140 pp. Portrait. Plates, some 
colored. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.20 

Rhys, Horton. See Rhys, Charles Horton. 
Ricault, Charles Joseph de. (Ch. d'Hericault.) 

Une reine de theatre. Souvenirs de jeunesse, de theatre et de cour. 
Paris. Perrin & c'e. 1891. (3), xi, 275 pp. **T.87.64 

Purports to be the autobiography of Stella de Basoa. 

Riccardi, Adolfo Re. 

Proprieta artistica. Catalogo generale (drammatica, vaudevilles, 

opere, operette, pantomime). loa edizione. Roma. Forzani & C. 

1910. 91 pp. **T.66,29 

Relates to French and Italian drama. 

Ricci, Corrado. 

I Bibiena, architetti teatrali. Milano. Alfieri & Lacroix. 1915. 
Text, 32, (2) pp. Illus. Portraits. Facsimiles; Atlas, 94 plates. 

Bibliografia, Text, pp. 31, 32. *4090a.50 

I teatri di Bologna nei secoli xvii e xviii. Storia aneddotica. 
Bologna. Successori Monti. 1888. xxi, 736, (i) pp. Plates. 
Tables. 2762.73 

The appendices contain: GH spettacoli de Bologna (1600-1800). — Bandi sulle 
comniedie. — Rendiconti amministrativi di vari spettacoli. — Nota bibliografica 
intorno al "Comunale." — Satire per la costruzione del "Comunale." — 
Rendiconto del "Trionfo di Clelia" del Gluck nel 1763. — Document! intorno 
I'esecuzione dell' "Alceste" del Gluck nel 1778. — I burattini a Bologna. — II 
giuoco del pallone in Bologtia. — Acrobati ed altri giuochi in Bologna. — 
Animali esotici in Bologna. 
Ricci, Serafino. 

II teatro romano di Verona studiato sotto il rispetto storico ed 
archeologico con la biografia di Andrea Monga sue scopritore e 
con un' appendice di documenti editi ed inediti. Venezia. 1895. 
205 pp. Portrait. Plates. Plans. [Regia deputazione veneta di 
storia patria. Miscellanea. Ser. 2, vol. 3.] 

No. I in *27ioa.5o.Ser.2,Vol.3 
Riccoboni, Luigi. 

Deir arte rappresentativa capitoli sei. (In Engel, J. J. Lettere in- 
torno alia mimica. Tomo 2, pp. 183-229. Milano. 1819.) **T.76.i36 

Histoire du theatre italieh depuis la decadence de la comedie latine; 
avec un catalogue des tragedies et comedies italiennes imprimees 
depuis I'an 1500, jusqu'a I'an 1660. Et une dissertation sur la 
tragedie moderne. [Paris. 1728.] (20), 319 pp. Plates. **T.46.32 

Reflexions historiques et critiques sur les differens theatres de 
I'Europe. Avec les Pensees sur la declamation. A Paris, de 
I'imprimerie de Jacques Guerin. 1738. viij, 303, (8), 45, (2) pp. 

**T.47.49 

Same. A Amsterdam, aux depens de la Compagnie. 1740. (8), 273, 
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Riccoboni, Luigi. (Continued.) 

Same. An historical and critical account of the theatres in Europe. 
With An essay on action, or, the art of speaking in public: and, 
A comparison of the ancient and modern drama. London: Printed 
for T. Waller. 1741- (12), 333, (18) pp. **T.46.52 

Pages 235-240 are missing. 

Rice, Daniel. 

Sketches from the life of Dan Rice, the Shakspearian jester & 
original clown. Albany. 1849. Portrait. Plates. **T.56.i53 

Rice, Edward Everett. 

New York, City. Theatres. Raymond Hitchcock's 44TH street 
THEATRE. Souvenir programme. Edward E. Rice's testimonial 
in celebration of his forty years in management, 1877-1917. 
tendered by members of his companies and other friends, Sunday, 
October 28, 1917. [New York. 1917-] Portraits. Plates. 

**T.i2.i3 

Rich, John. 

Mr. Rich's Answer to the many falsities and calumnies advanced 
by Mr. John Hill, apothecary, and contained in the preface to 
Orpheus, an English opera as he calls it, publish'd the 26th of 
December last. London. Printed for J. Roberts. i739- (:i), 27 
pp. **T.96.357 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 6 in **G.3823.9 ; No. 6 m **G.3823.i8. 
Rich, John. Works about. 

Miller, J. Harlequin-Horace: or, the art of modern poetry. [A 
satire, in verse, relating largely to the work of the London theatres. 
Anon.] London. 1731- Plate. No. 15 in **G.3824.i4 

Richard, Vicomte, pseud. See Saint-Genies, Richard, Vicomte de. 
Richard, Alfred. See Richard, Guy Alfred. 
Richard, Guy Alfred, editor. 

Bricauld de Verneuil, C. fi. Moliere a Poitiers en 1648 et les 
comediens dans cette ville, de 1648 a 1658. Paris. 1887. 4670.12 
Richard O'Monroy, fscud. See Saint-Genies, Richard. Vicomte de. 
Richards, George Chatterton. 

Excavations at Megalopolis, 1890-1891. By Ernest Arthur Gardner, 
William Loring, G. C. Richards, W. J. Woodhouse. With an 
architectural description [of the ancient amphitheatre] by Robert 
Weir Schultz. London. Macmillan. 1892. vii, (3), 141 pp. Illus. 
Plates. Plans. [Society for the promotion of Hellenic studies. 
Suppl. papers, i.] *296o.8i.i 

Richards, Louise Parks-. 

Oberammergau. Its passion play and players. A 20th century 

pilgrimage to a modern Jerusalem and a new Gethsemane. 2d 

edition. Munich. Pilpty & Loehle. 1910. 258, (i) pp. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plan. Autograph facsimile. 2866.16 

Richardson, Frank Herbert. 

Motion picture handbook: a guide for managers and operators of 
motion picture theatres. New York. The Motion Picture World. 
[1910.] vii, 2-186 pp. Illus. Plans. Diagrams. *8o39a.5o 

Richardson, James Bailey. 

Mrs. James R. Vincent. A memorial address delivered at a meeting 
of the managers of the Vincent Memorial Hospital April 9, 191 1. 
[Cambridge, Mass.] The Vincent Club. [1911.] (2), 39 pp. Por- 
trait. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.334 

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Richepin, Jean. 

La miseloque. Choses et gens de theatre. 3« mille. Paris. Char- 
pentier. 1893. 270 pp. **T,87.85 

Principally stories of stage life. 

Richepin, Jean, prefacer. 

Armade, F. d'. Le theatre frangais des origines a nos jours. Extraits 

et analyses. Notices biographiques. Paris. . [1910.] 4676.169 
Richmond, James' Cook. 

No Slur, Else-Slur: a dancing poem, or satyr: by Nobody [pseud.]. 

New York. Published by Anybody. 1840. 12 pp. 4507.126 

Relates to Fanny Elssler. 

Richmond, England. Theatres. 

Bingham, F. A celebrated old playhouse. The history of the 
Richmond Theatre (in Surrey), from 1765 to 1884. London. 1886. 
Plates. **T.96.236 

Squabble, The, of the Richmond players: a pleasant, melancholy, 
occasional, egotic, poetic doggrel narrative. Including some choice 
hints, and curious theatrical remarks. With a criticisnu on a 
remarkable Twickenham play-bill. London: Printed for the 
author, Don Buskinsocko, member of the company; and sold by 
J. Wakelin. [17—?] 38 pp. **T.57.i34 

Waldron, F. G. To the nobility, gentry, and others, inhabitants 
of Richmond, and the adjacent villas and villages. [Richmond. 
1776.] No. 2 in **G.3824.6 

Richmond, Va. Theatres. Richmond theatre.' 

Alexander, A. A discourse occasioned by the burning of the 
theatre in the city of Richmond, Virginia. Delivered in Phila- 
delphia, eighth of January, 1812. Philadelphia. 1812. **T.76.i98 

Alexander, A. T. Remarks on the theatre, and on the late fire 
at Richmond, in Virginia. [Anon.] York. 1812. **T.76.87 

Calamity at Richmond, being a narrative of the affecting circum- 
stances attending the awful conflagration of the theatre. Col- 
lected from various publications, with a preface, containing 
appropriate reflections to awaken the attention of the public, 
to the frequency of the destruction of theatrical edifices. Phila- 
delphia. 1812. Illus. **T.77.229 

Miller, S. A sermon, delivered January 19, 1812, at the request 
of a number of young gentlemen of the city of New-York, who 
had assembled to express their condolence with the inhabitants 
of Richmond, on the late mournful dispensation of Providence in 
that city. New- York. 1812. **T.76.i24; etc. 

Sabin, E. R. a discourse, preached in presence of the supreme 

executive of Massachusetts, by request of the young men of 

Boston, commemorative of the late calamitous fire at Richmond. 

Boston. 1812. **T.76.i99;etc. 

Richomme, Charles. 

Album Castelli. Portraits des principaux artistes de la troupe en- 
fantine de M. Castelli, avec des notices sur chaque petit acteur, 
precedees d'un essai sur les theatres d'enfants. Dessins de Louis 
Lassalle. Paris. Janet. [1839?] 28, (49) PP- Colored plates. 

**T.56.339 
Richter, Helene. 

Josef Kainz als Torquato Tasso. {In Goethe Jahrbuch. Band 30, 
pp. 180-186. Frankfurt a/M. 1909.) *284oa.54.30 



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Richter, Helene. (Continued.) 

Schauspieler-Charakteristiken. Leipzig. Voss. 1914- vi, (2), 220 pp. 
[Theatergeschichtliche Forschungcn.] 6872.70 

Relates to the theatres of Vienna, especially the Burgtheater. 

Contents. — Charlotte VVolter. — Josef Lewinsky. — Adolf von Sonnenthal. — 

Josef Kainz. — Stella Hohenfels : Ophelia. — Clavigo ini alten Burgtheater. 

— Bernhard Baumeister. — Mephisto (Kainz-Lewinsky). — John Gabriel Bork- 
man (Ernst Hartmann — Hedwig Bleibtreu — Olga Lewinsky). — Kainz: Narr 
ini Lear. — Iphigenie im Burgtheater (Josef Kainz: Orest — Stella Hohenfels: 
Iphigenie). — Ernst Hartmann. — Nathan (Sonnenthal — Lewinsky). — Fried- 
rich Mitterwurzer: Hjalmar Ekdal. — Josef Kainz: Torquato Tasso. — Ludwig 
Gabillon (Hagen — Kattwald — Delobelle). — Sonnenthal: Wallenstein. — Die 
Gespenstcr (Josef Kainz: Oswald — Hedwig Bleibtreu: Frau Alving). — Grill- 
parzergestalteti (Ernst Hartmann: Leon — Hedwig Bleibtreu: Medea — Olga 
Lewinsky: Margarethe). — Kainz: Konig in „Uie Jiidin von Tolerlo." — 
Charakterkomik (Albert Heine: Flachsmann — Hugo Thimig: Meyer Amschel 

— Ferdinande Schmittlein: Frau Wolff). — Publikum. 

Kicord, Alexandre. 

Les fastes de la Comedie-frangaise, et portraits des plus celebres 

acteurs. Precedes d'un apergu sur sa situation presente, et sur 

les moyens propres a prevenir sa ruine. Paris. Alexandre [etc.]. 

182 1, 22. 2 V. **T.77.8 

Riddle, George. 

Impressions. [Clippings from the Boston Journal.] N. p. N. d. 

(22) pp. Portraits. **T.i5.5 

Rideau, Le, dechire. Theatre frangais. [Anon.] See Villemarest, 

Charles Maxime Catherinet de. 
Rideau, Lc, leve, ou petite revue des grands theatres. [Anon.] See 

Sevelinges, Charles Louis de. 
Rideing, William Henry, editor. 

Dramatic Notes. A year-book of the stage. 1879, 1880/81-84/85, 
89-92. London. 1879-92. 8 v. in 5. Illus. Portraits. **T.26.38 
Riedel, Emil. 

Schuldrama and Theater. Ein Beitrag zur Theatergeschichte. Ham- 
burg. Voss. 1885. 76 pp. 2871.76 
Rigal, Eugene Pierre Marie. 

Alexandre Hardy et le theatre frangais a la fin du xvi^ et au com- 
mencement du xviie siecle. Paris. Hachette & cie. 1889. xxiv, 
715 pp. Plate. 2672.142 ;**T.56.36 

Bibliographic, pp. ix-xxiv. 

Hotel de Bourgogne et Marais. Esquisse d'une histoire des theatres 
de Paris de 1548 a 1635^ Paris. Dupret. 1887. 116 pp. **T.79-i 

Le theatre frangais avant la periode classique (fin du xvie et com- 
mencement du xviie siecle). Paris. Hachette & cie. 1901. viii. 
363 pp. Plate. 2679a.26i 

Bibliographic, pp. 343-358- 

Rigolboche, Marguerite Badel, called Rigolboche. 

Blum, E., and L. Huart. Memoires de Rigolboche. * Paris, i860. 
Portraits. ^ **T.99.25 

Charnal, S. de, and E. M. de Bauviere. A bas Rigolboche. [Anon.] 
Paris, i860. **T.59.35 

Rimbault, Edward Francis. 

Who was "Jack Wilson/' the singer of Shakespeare's stage? An 
attempt to prove the identity of this person with John Wilson, 
Doctor of Musick. in the University of Oxford, A.D. 1664. Lon- 
don. Smith. 1846. 16 pp. 2595-14; No. I in **M.i44-i8 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 14 in **G.3940.7 ; **G.3954ii; **G.3954-- 
12. A copy printed on vellum may be found on shelf-number **G.3954-i3- 

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Ripley, Philip. 

Stage spectacles. [New York. 1868.] No. 15 in **G.3822.3 

Relates mainly to the presentation of Shakespearean plays. 

Ristori, Adelaide. 

Adelaide Ristori. Etudes et souvenirs. Paris. Ollendorff. 1887. 
(3), 364 pp. Portrait. 2749.72 

Same. 3e edition. **T.57.328 

Same. Adelaide Ristori. Studies and memoirs. London. Allen & 
Co. 1888. viii, 303, (0 pp. 2749.71 ;**T.57.i55 

Same. Boston. Roberts. 1888. vi, (i), 297 pp. [Famous women.] 

2749.73 

Same. Memoirs and artistic studies of Adelaide Ristori, rendered 

into English by G. Mantellini. With biographical appendix by 

L. D. Ventura. New York. Doubleday, Page & Co. 1907. xvi, 

263 pp. Portraits. Plates. 2742.95 

Ristori, Adelaide. Works about. 

Adelaide Ristori. [Newspaper clippings, programmes, circulars, etc., 
relating to her. Boston? i86^68.1 **T.i2.9 

CuRTi, P. A. Adelaide Ristori. Milano. 1855. Portrait. **T.55.88 

Field, M. K. K. Adelaide Ristori. [Boston. 1867.] No. 32 in *6242.54 

Adelaide Ristori. A biography. New-York. 1867. **T.59.9; etc. 

Same. Paris. 1873. **T.54.i6 

Ristori as Marie Antoinette. [Philadelphia. 1868.] 

No. 16 in **G.3930.I3.2 
HiNGSTON, E. P. The Siddons of modern Italy. Adelaide Ristori, 
(Marquise Capranica del Grillo:) a sketch of her life, and twenty 
words relative to her genius. London. 1856. Portrait. **T.56.292 
Memoir of Adelaide Ristori, Marchioness Capranica del Grillo, 
published from authentic sources, in anticipation of the arrival, 
in October, 1863, of the great tragedienne. New York. [1863.] 

4745-30; **T.56.293 

Same. [1866.] **T.55.74; etc. 

Opinion de la presse frangaise sur Madame Ristori dans Beatrix, 

drame par E. Legouve. Paris. 1867. **T.55.20 

Ristori — clippings relating to her. [1863.] 6 ff. 

No. 15 in **G.3930.i3.2 
Ritchie, Anna Cora. (Anna Cora Mowatt.) 

Autobiography of an actress; or, eight years on the stage. Boston. 

Ticknor, Reed, & Fields. 1854. 448 pp. Portrait. 4447.242 

Same. 8th thousand. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **K.36.23 

Same. 20th thousand. **T.57.33o 

Mimic life; or, before and behind the curtain. A series of narratives. 

Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1856. xiv, 7-408 pp. Plate. **T.87.79 

ContcKts. — Stella. — The prompter's daughter. — The unknown tragedian. 
Another copy is on shelf-number *4395.i8o. 

The mute singer. A novel. New York. Carleton. 1866. 360 pp. 

**T.87.44 
Ritorni, Carlo. 

Commentarii della vita e delle opere coredrammatiche di Salvatore 
Vigano. e della coregrafia e de' corepei. Milano. Guglielmini cSc 
Redaelli. 1838. 413 pp. Portrait. Plate. **T.96.370 

Ritter, John Henry. 

War among the blacks. A full report of the celebrated chancery 

suit, Montague & Wilsom versus Moore, Crocker, Ritter, and 

Hamilton, proprietors and managers of the Christy Minstrels. 

Liverpool. 1865. **T.96.i76 

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Rival actresses, The. Ohnet, G. **T.87.78 

Rival roses, The. A poem. Addressed to Miss O'Neil and Miss Som- 
merville, of the Theatre Royal. Covent Garden. London. Handy. 
1819. 8 pp. No. 9 in **G.3824.3 

Rivalta, Valentino. 

Storia e sistema del diritto dei teatri secondo I'etica e i principii 
delle legsi canoniche e civili. Bologna. Zanichelli. 1886. (4), 
444, (i) PP- **T.75.47 

Riviere, Henri Laurent. 

La tentation de Saint-Antoine: feerie a grand spectacle en 2 actes 
et 40 talileaux par Henri Riviere, representee pour la premiere fois 
sur le Theatre du chat noir le 28 decembre. Paris. Plon, Nourrit 
& cie. [1887?] 87, (i) pp. Colored plates. 4043-"5 

The Theatre du chat noir is a shadow pantomime theatre. 

Roach, John. 

Roach's Authentic memoirs of the green room, containing the lives 
of all the performers of the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent 
Garden and the Haymarket, virith poetic criticisms to each and 
characteristics of the patentees. London. Printed for & by L 
Roach. Feby. loth. 1796. 142 pp. Plate. **T.59.23 

Roach's New and complete history of the stage, from its origin to 
its present state. London. Printed for & by J. Roach. 1796. 
144 pp. Plate. **T.78.70 

Intended as a companion to Roach's Authentic memoirs of the green room. 

Road, The. to the stage. Rede, L. T. **T.79.io 

Robert, pseud. See Castel, Louis. 
Robert, . 

• Aux indifferens. [Paris. 1800?] 16 pp. No. 8 in **G.i57-io 

A criticism of Sarette and his management of the Conservatoire de musique. 

Robert, Carl. 

Die Masken der neueren attischen Komoedie. Halle a. S. Niemeyer. 

1911. (i), 112, (i) pp. lUus. Plate. [Hallisches Winckelmanns- 

programm.] 2961.13 
Robert, Charles. 

Le dard, tablettes dramatiques. Paris. Constant-Chantpie. 1821. 

(i), iv, 26 pp. No. 12 in **G.3562.i 

On tlie Paris theatres. 

Same. Supplement, (i), ii, 5-23 pp. No. 13 in **G,3562.i 

Robert, Ulysse Leonard Leon. 

Moliere en province. Conference faite a Niort, le 20 mars 1869. 
Niort. Clouzot. 1869. 30 pp. 2673.78 

Robert-Houdin, Jean Eugene. 

Life of Robert Houdin, the king of the conjurors. Written by him- 
self. Translated from the French by Dr. R. Shelton Mackenzie. 
Philadelphia. Porter & Coates. [1859.] 445 PP- Diagrams. 

**T.97.3S3 
Same. Memoirs. Written by himself. Edited by R. Shelton Mac- 
kenzie. Philadelphia. Evans. 1859- 445 PP- 6647.11 
Same. Memoirs of Robert-Houdin, ambassador, author, and con- 
juror. 3d edition. London. Chapman & Hall. i860, xii, 339 pp. 

**T.57-392 
Robert-Houdin, Jean Eugene. Works about. 

HouDiNi, H. The unmasking of Robert-Houdin. New York. 1908. 
Portraits. Plates. 4006.219; **T.96.37i 

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Roberts, Arthur. 

The adventures of Arthur Roberts by rail, road and river. Told by 
himself and chronicled by Richard Morton. Bristol. Arrow- 
smith. [1895.] 198 pp. Autograph facsimile. **T.58.io9 

Roberts, John. 

An ansvirer to Mr. Pope's Preface to Shakespear. In a letter to a 
friend. Being a vindication of the old actors who were the 
publishers and performers of that author's plays. Whereby the 
errors of their edition are further accounted for, and some 
memoirs of Shakespear and stage-history of his time are inserted, 
which were never before collected and publish'd. By a stroling 
player. London. 1729. 48 PP- No. 2 in **G.3944.3 

Signed, AntiScriblerus Histrionicus. Contains short sketches of many Shake- 
spearian actors. 

Roberts, Richard Earnshaw, editor. 

Best, Rev. T. Sermons on theatrical amusements. London. 1865. 

**T.77.i46 
Robertson, A. 

The Haymarket Theatre, Boston. Water color. Dated, 28 Sept. 
1798. Size 9X13 inches. Framed. Librarian's Room 

Shows Tremont Street from the corner of West Street, looking toward Boylston 
Street. 

Robertson, John Forbes-. 

The life and work of Samuel Phelps. By his nephew W. May Phelps 

and John Forbes-Robertson. London. Sampson Low, Marston, 

Searle, & Rivington. 1886. x, (i), 436 pp. Portraits. Autograph 

facsimile. 4550-4; **T.56.64 

Robertson, Sir Johnston Forbes-. 

Jones, H. A. Municipal and repertory theatres: a lecture delivered 
to the Sheffield Playgoers' Society. With an introductory letter 
to Sir Johnston Forbes Robertson. London. 1913. **T.76.i86 

Scott, C. W. Some notable Hamlets of the present time [Sarah 

Bernhardt, 1899; Henry Irving. 1874; Wilson Barrett, 1884; Beer- 

bohm Tree, 1892; Forbes Robertson, 1897; Henry Irving, 1885]. 

London. 1900. Portraits. 4549a'i9i 

Robertson, Thomas William. 

David Garrick. A love story. London. Beeton. 1865. (i ), x, (i), 258 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number *6577.:i2. **T.87.76 

Robertson, Thomas William, editor. 

Browne, C. F. Artemus Ward's lecture. (As delivered at the 
Egyptian Hall, London.) Edited by his executors, T. W. Robert- 
son & E. P. Hingston. London. 1869. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 

4507.31 ; etc.. 

Same. Artemus Ward's panorama. (As exhibited at the 

Egyptian Hall, London.) Edited by his executors, T. W. Robert- 
son & E. P. Hingston. New York. 1869. IHus. Plates. 

4507-39; **T.97.257; etc. 
Robertson, Thotnas William. Works about. 

Leighton, Sir B., Baronet. The late Thomas William Robertson, and 
the modern theatre. London. 1875. **T.96.34 

Pemberton, T. E. The life and writings of T. W. Robertson. Lon- 
don. 1893. Portrait. Plates. 2543.115; **T.55.79 
Robins, Edward. 

Echoes of the playhouse. Reminiscences of some past glories of the 
English stage. New York. Putnam. ' 1895. vi, (i), 331 pp. Por- 
traits. Plate. Facsimile. 4575-157; **T.57-8i 

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Robins, Edward. (Continued.) 

The palm}' days of Nance Oldfield. London. Heinemann. 1898. 

(7). 277 PP- Portraits. 4545.166; **T.S5.93 

Twelve great actors. New York. Putnam. 1900. (2), xiv, 474 pp. 

Portraits. Plate. Facsimile. 2245.79; **T.56.309 

Contents. — David Garrick. — John Philip Kemble. — Edmund Kean. — Junius 
Brutus Bootli. — Edwin Forrtst. — William Charles Macready. — Charles James 
Mathews. — Edwin Booth. — Charles Albert Fechter. — William E. Burton. — 
Edward A. Sothem. — John Lester Wallack. 
Twelve great actresses. New York. Putnam. 1900. (2), x, 446 pp. 
Portraits. 2245.77; **T.56.3io 

Lunicnts. — Anne Bracegirdle. — Anne Oldfield. — Margaret Woffington. — 
Frances Abington. — Sarah Siddons. — Dora Jordan. — "Perdita" Robinson. 
— Frances Ann Kemble. — Rachel. — Charlotte Cushman. — Adelaide Neilson. 
— • Ristori. 

Robinson, John Robert. 

The last Earls of Barrymore. 1 769-1824. London. Sampson Low, 
Marston & Co., Ltd. 1894. xiv, (i), 272 pp. Portraits. Plates. 

2543.124; **T.56.9o 

Rflates ahiiost entirely to Richard Barry, 7th Earl of Barrymore. 

Robinson, John Robert, and Hunter H. Robinson. 

The life of Robert Coates better known as 'Romeo' and 'Diamond' 
Coates, the celebrated 'amateur of fashion.' London. Sampson 
Low, Marston & Co., Ltd. 1891. viii, 255, (i) pp. Portraits. 

**T.57.7 
Robinson, Maria. See Robinson, Mary Elizabeth. 
Robinson, Mary. 

Meinoirs of the late Mrs. Robinson, written by herself. With some 
posthumous pieces. [Edited by her daughter, Mary Elizabeth 
Robinson.] London. Phillips. 1801. 4 v. in 2. **T.58.i32 

Same. Philadelphia. Bradford. 1802. 237 pp. *4549a.3 

Same. From the edition edited by her daughter. London. Whit- 
taker, Treacher, & Arnot. 1829. 3-155 PP- [Autobiography. A 
collection of the most instructive and amusing lives ever pub- 
lished.] No. I in 62493.27 
Same. Memoirs of Mary Robinson, "Perdita." From the edition 
edited by her daughter. With introduction and notes by J. Fitz- 
gerald Molloy. London. Gibbings & Co., Ltd. 1894. xv, (i), 
251, (I) pp. Portraits. *P,ii.752s' 
Same. 1895- 4548.123 
Robinson, Richard. 

Cunningham, P. Did General Harrison kill "Dick Robinson" the 
player? (In Shakespeare Society, London. Papers. Vol. 2, pp. 
11-13. London. 1845.) **G.3927.37.2; etc. 

Robson, Frederick. See Robson, Thomas Frederick. 
Robson, Joseph Philip. 

The life and adventures of the far-famed Billy Purvis. Newcastle- 
uoon-Tyne. Clarke. 1849. 240 pp. Portrait. Autograph fac- 
simile. **T.58.57 
Robson, Stuart, and William H. Crane. 

Shakespeare's Comedy of errors. Produced by Robson and Crane. 
Arranged for the stage and illustrated by Alfred Thompson. 
[Prospectus. Detroit. 1885.] 15, (i) pp. IIlus. Plates. 

**T.94.24 
Robson, Thomas Frederick. 

Sala, G. A. H. Robson. [Boston. 1864.] No. 17 in **G.393o.i3.2 
Robson: a sketch. London. 1864. **T.58.97 



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Robson, William. 

The old play-goer. London. Masters. 1846. xi, 252 pp. 

4575-18; **T.76.i43 

Principally composed of criticisms of actors and notes on the London stage. 

Rochefort-Lugay, Claude Louis Marie, Marquis de. (A. de Rochefort.) 
Memoires d'un vaudevijliste. Paris. Charlieu & Huillery. [1863.] 
(3), 248 pp. **T.57.397 

Rockstro, William Smyth. ^ 

A memoir of Madame Jenny Lind-Goldschmidt, her early art-life 
and dramatic career, 1820-1851. [By] Henry Scott Holland and 
W. S. Rockstro. From original documents, letters, MS. diaries, 
etc., collected by Mr. Otto Goldschmidt. London. Murray. 1891. 
2 V. Portraits. 8045.104.; **M.i34.6 

Same. Jenny Lind the artist, 1820-1851. A memoir. New 

and abridged edition. London. Murray. 1893. xix, 474 pp. lUus. 
Facsimiles. Portraits. 8045.129 

Roden, Robert F. 

Later American plays, 1831-1900: being a compilation of the titles 

of plays by American authors published and performed in America 

since 1831. New York. igoo. (7), 132 pp. [Dunlap Society. 

Publications.] **T.95.24 

Rodocanachi, Emmanuel Pierre. 

Le sifflet au theatre. Etude de moeurs et d'histoire. Conference faite 
au Cercle Saint-Simon le 19 mai 1896. Paris. Ollendorff. 1896. 
24 pp. 2671. 171 

Relates to France. 
Roetscher, Heinrich Theodor. 

Die Kunst der dramatischen Darstellung. In ihreni organischen 

Zusammenhange wissenschaftlich entwickelt. Berlin. Thome. 

1841. xii, 419, (i) pp. **T.76.78 

Same. 2. vermehrte Auflage. Leipzig. Wigand. 1864. xx, 453, 

(I) pp. 2876.65 

Seydelmann's Leben und Wirken, (nebst einer dramaturgischen 

Abhandlung iiber den Kimstler) mit Benutzung und Veroffent- 

lichung des handschriftlichen Nachlasses und der Briefe desselben 

dargestellt. Berlin. Duncker. 1845. xiv, 357, (i) pp. Manuscript 

facsimile. **T.55.38 

Rogers, Francis. 

Some famous singers of the 19th century. New York. The H. W. 
Gray Co. [1914-] (3). 128 pp. Portraits. 40493.297 

Contents. — The two Manuel Garcias. — Maria and Pauline Garcia. ■ — Catalani 

and Pasta. — Luigi Lablache. — Three tenors: Giovanni Battista Rubini ; 

Adolphe Nourrit ; Gilbert Duprez. — Sontag and Lind. — Grisi, Mario and 
Tamburini. ■ — Some conclusions. 

Rogivue, Henry. 

Appreciation de la theorie des trois unites. Dissertation inaugurale, 
Jena. Jena. Ratz. '1872. 42, (i) pp. 4672.73 

Rojas, Agustin de. 

El viage entretenido, con vna exposicion de los nombres historicos 
y poeticos que no van declarados. En Madrid, en la Emprenta 
Real. 1604. (In Menendez y Pelayo, M. Origines de la novela. 
Vol. 4, pp. 460-614. Madrid. igiS-) **D.i63.4.4 

A sketch of Spanish manners and customs, with special reference to theatrical 
matters, in the form of dialogues interspersed with verse. 

Roman, Le, d'une figurante. Mary, J. **T.87.25 

Roman spectacles. See Circus. Roman. 

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Romance, The. of the American theatre. Crawford, M. C. 

4395-177; **T.76.i97 
Romance, The. of the English stage. Fitzgerald, P. H. 

2572.55; **T.56.2i3; etc. 
Romance of the French theatre. Gribble, F. H. **T.56.7o 

Romance, The, of the Irish stage. Molloy, J. F. **T.77.85; etc. 

Romanticism. 

Gross, E. Die altere Romantik und das Theater. Hamburg, igto. 

6872.64 
Rome. Theatres. 

See also Colosseum, Rome. 

Ademollo, a. Gli spettacoli dell' antica Roma. Descrizione istorica. 
Firenze. 1837. *2950.I3 

I teatri di Roma nel secolo decimosettimo. Roma. 1888. 

2762.74 

Bethe, E. J. A. Prolegomena zur Geschichte des Theaters im 
Alterthum. Untersuchungen iiber die Entwickelung des Dramas, 
der Biihne, des Theaters. Leipzig. 1896. lUus. 2968.76 

BoDENSTEiNER, E. Das antike Theater. Leipzig. 1902. i v. and 2 
colored plates. No. 12, 13 in *Cab.29.32.i 

Calliachi, N. Nicolai Calliachii De ludis scenicis mimorum, & 
pantomimorum syntagma posthumum. Patavii. 1713. Portrait. 

**G.294.54 

DucLOS, C. P. Memoire sur I'art de partager Taction theatrale, et 
sur celui de noter la declamation qu'on pretend avoir ete en usage 
chez les Romains. (In Duclos, C. P. Oeuvres completes. Nou- 
velle edition. Vol. 8, pp. 345-372. Paris. 1821.) *27o6.i.8 

Memoire sur les jeux sceniques des Romains, et sur ceux qui 

ont precede en France la naissance du poeme dramatique. {J)i 
Duclos, C. P. Oeuvres completes. Nouvelle edition. Vol. 8, 
pp. 311-343. Paris. 1821.) *27o6.i.8 

FicoRONi, F. DI. Francisci Ficoroni Dissertatio de larvis scenicis 

et figuris comicis antiquorum Romanorum. Romae. I754- 85 

plates. 2953.24 

Grysar, C. J. tjber das Canticum und den Chor in der romischen 

Tragodie. (In Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna. 

Philosophisch-historische Classe. Sitzungsberichte. Band 15, pp. 

365-423. Wien. 1855.) *3340.3.i5 

KoERTiNG, G. C. O. Geschichte des griechischen und romischen 

Theaters. Paderborn. 1897. 2963.35 

Oehmichen, G. Das Biihnenwesen der Glriechen und Romer. 3 

Tafeln. (In Handbuch der klassischen Altertums-Wissenschaft. 

Band 5, Abt. 3. Pp. 179-304. Miinchen. 1890.) 2973.5o.5.Part 3 
Opitz, R. Schauspiel und Theaterwesen der Griechen und Romer. 

Leipzig. 1889. Illus. Plates. 29693.76 

Saint-Sai^ns, C. C. Note sur les decors de theatre dans I'antiquite 

romaine. Paris. 1886. 32 pp. Illus. Plates. Plan. 

29503.50; **T.75.i I 
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2752.57; **T.95.79 
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encore: memoire joint aux plans, coupes, elevations et details. 
Paris. 1812. Tables. 4093.134 

Rome. Views. 

Barker, H. A., and J. Burford. An explanation of the view of Rome, 
taken from the tower of the Capitol. Now exhibiting at H. A. 
Barker and J. Burford's panorama. Strand. [London.] 1818. 
Plate. **T.96.294 

Roosevelt, Blanche. See Macchetta, Blanche Roosevelt. 

Roqueplan, Louis Victor Nestor. 

Les coulisses de I'Opera. Paris. Librairie nouvelle. 1855. (3), 92 
pp. No. 2 in **M.i29a.33 

Roqueplan, Nestor. See Roqueplan, Louis Victor Nestor. 

Roquet, Antoine Ernest de. 

Les origines de I'opera frangais. Par Charles Xuitter [pseud, of C. 
L. E. Truinet] et Er. Thoinan [pseud, of A. E. de Roquet]. Paris. 
Plon, Nourrit & cie. 1886. Ixxii, 340 pp. Map. Plans. 

4043.62; **M.ii4.4 

Roquette, Gabriel de. Bishop of Autun. 

Lacour de La Pijardiere, L. de. £tudes sur Moliere. Le Tartuffe 
par ordre de Louis xiv. Le veritable prototype de I'imposteur 
[Gabriel de Roquette]. Recherches nouvelles. Paris. 1877. 

**T.59.i4; etc. 

Rosciad, The. Churchill, C. **T.52.7 

Roscius, Quintus. 

Destaville, , Abbe. Le secret du celebre Roscius, acteur romain, 

devoile; ou, cours d'action oratoire fondee sur les principes de 
science mimique. Paris. 1866. **T.77.92 

Roscius, The African. See Aldridge, Ira. 

Roscius, The American. See Payne, John Howard. 

Roscius, The Bath. See Henderson, John. 

Roscius, The English. See Betty, William Henry West. 

Roscius, The Infant. See Betty, William Henry West. 

Roscius, The Irish. See Burke, Joseph. 

Roscius, The Young. See Betty, William Henry West. 

Roscius Anglicanus. Downes, J. No. i in *4575.ioo 

Roscius, The, consisting of original memoirs of the principal actors 
and actresses; strictures on the drama, and its interests; original 
essays, green-room gossips, anecdotes, &c. [Vol. i (no. 1-5, 7), 
Jan. 4 -Aug. 9, 1825.] London. Duncombe. [1825.] 120, 145- 
168 pp. Portraits. - **T.27.26 

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Roscius in London. Biographical memoirs of William Hen. West 
Betty, from the earliest period of his infancy. Including the 
history of his Irish, Scotch, and English engagements. With 
analytical strictures on his acting at the London theatres. 2d 
edition. London. Crosby & Co. 1805. (3), 62 pp. Portrait. 

**T.56.i93 

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Die Komodiantin Magdalene. Roman. Umschlagzeichnung von 
Camilla Sodoma-VVien. Kostritz. Seifert. 191 1- 295, (i) pp. 

The Umschlagzeichnung is missing. 6899. 221 

Rosen, Lew. 

Napoleon's opera-glass. An histrionic study. London. Mathews. 
1897. (7), 122, (i) pp. **T.57.io5 

Authorities, pp. 119-122. 

Rosenbach, Abraham S. Wolf, editor. 

Johnson, S. Samuel, Johnson's prologue spoken at the opening of 
the theatre in Drury-Lane in 1747 with Garrick's epilogue. New 
York. igo2. *4570.ii5 

Rosenberg, Charles G. 

Jenny Lind in America. New York. Stringer & Townsend. 1851. 

226 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 4468.30; **M. 1493.6 

You have heard of them. By Q [pseud.]. New York. Redfield. 

1854. 353 pp. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. 2248.85; **T.57. 108 

This work contains sketches, among others, of Fanny Cerito, Giulia Grisi, 
Lablache, Lola Montez, Ranconi, Catharine Hayes, Carlotta Grisi, Charles Kean, 
Dion Bourcicault [sic], Jenny Lind, Charlotte Cushman. 

Rosenberg, Charles G., editor. 

Perrie, G. W. Buckskin Mose [pseud.] ; or, life from the Lakes to 
the Pacific, as actor, circus-rider, detective, ranger, gold-digger, 
Indian scout and guide. New York. 1873. Plates. *2349a.i49 

Ross, Charles Henry. 

"Stage whispers," and "shouts without." A book about plays and 
playgoers, actors and actresses. With colored costumes by 
Archibald Chasemore, heads by Alfred Bryan, comic scenes by 
Judy's artists, and chatter at the wing by Charles H. Ross. Lon- 
don. "Judy" office. [1880?] 9-100, (2) pp. lUus. Portraits. 
Plates, some colored. **T.96.237 

Ross, David. 

Address, An, to the public [regarding the claims of David Ross to 
the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh]. Edinburgh. 1767. **T.96.i82 

Ross, Ernest Nathaniel. 

Scenario writing [for the cinematograph]. Philadelphia. [1912.] 
92 pp. [Penn Association.] 8o39a.68 

Includes a number of plots. 

Rossi, Ernesto. 

Studien liber Shakespeare und das moderne Theater nebst einer 

autobiographischen Skizze von Ernesto Rossi. Aus dem Italieni- 

schen iibersetzt von Hans Merian. Autorisirte Ausgabe. Leipzig. 

Schloemp. 1885. iv, 312, (i) pp. 4596,103; **T.47.i 13 

Rossi, Ernesto. Works about. 

Ernesto Rossi. A biographical and critical sketch. New York. 

Seer. 1881. 11 pp. **T.57.72 

Jugement de la presse ffarisienne sur Ernesto Rossi. Paris. Levy. 

1866. 105 pp. **T.98.i7 

Rostand, Eugene Alexis Edmond, prefacer. 

HuRET, J. Sarah Bernhardt. Paris. [1899.] Illus. Portraits. 

**T.53.io; etc. 
Roth, Walter Edmund. 

Theatre hygiene: a scheme for the study of a somewhat neglected 
department of the public health. London. Bailliere, Tindall & 
Cox. [1888.] 53 pp. Illus. Plan. Diagram. **T.76.37 

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Chardon, E. H. La vie de Rotrou mieux connue. Documents 

inedits sur la societe polie de son temps et la querelle du Cid. 

Paris. 1884. **T.55.i4 
Rouanet, Leo. 

Le theatre espagnol. Par Alfred Morel-Fatio et Leo Rouanet. Paris. 

Fontemoing. [1900.] 47 pp. [Bibliotheque des bibliographies 

critiques. 7.] *2i62.68 

Contents. — Histoires generales ; etudes d'ensemble ou de certaines periodes du 
theatre. — Repertoires biographiques et bibliographiques. — Le theatre anterieur 
a Lope de Vega. — La grande epoque du theatre. — Le theatre du xviiie siecle. 
— Le theatre moderne. — Histoire externe du theatre: la scene, les comediens, 
le public. ■ — Traductions fran^aises. 

Rouche, Jacques. 

L'art theatral moderne. Paris. Cornely & cie. 1910. (3), 79, (3) 

pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. 6252.83 

Rouen, France. Theatres. 

AiGUEBERRE, J. B. DU M. d'. Seconde lettre du souffleur de la 

Comedie de Roiien au gargon de caffe ou entretien sur les defauts 

de la declamation. [Anon.] A Paris. 1730. Plates. {In Allain- 

val, L. J. C. S. d'. Lettre a Mylord *** sur Baron et la Dlle Le 

Couvreur. Paris. 1870.) No. 2 in **T.58.64 

Bouquet, F. La troupe de Moliere et les deux Corneille a Rouen 

en 1658. Paris. 1880. Plates. **T.59.i2 

BouTEiLLER, J. E. Histoire complete et methodique des theatres 

de Rouen. Rouen, i860, 63. 2 v. Illus. **T.76.9 

Les theatres de societe de Rouen. Rouen. 1877. **T.76.5 

HiPPEAU. C. Le comedien Neuville et M'le de Montansier au theatre 

de Rouen. Rouen. 1862. **T,96.3 

GossELiN, E. Moliere a Rouen en 1643. Discours de reception. 

[Rouen. 1870.] 2648.83 

Rouen, France. Theatres. Theatre des arts. 

Le theatre-des-arts. 1776-1886. Repertoire lyrique. Rouen. Deshays. 

1886. 142 pp. Illus. Plates. 4048.100 

A list of operas showing the characters in each, with date and place of their first 
performances. 

Rouen. Theatres. Theatre des arts. Works about. 

Sauvageot, L. Considerations sur la construction des theatres a 
propos de la reconstruction du Theatre des arts a Rouen. Paris. 
[1877.] Plates. Plans. No. 4 in **M.i22,38 

Roujon, Henry Frangois Joseph, prefacer. 

Bernheim, a. J. Trente ans de theatre. Serie [i,] 2. Paris. 1903, 

04. 2 V. **T.77.no; etc. 

Round the world with "A Gaiety girl." Bantock, G., and F. G. Aflalo. 

**T.57.i48 
Rousseau, J., I'un des auteurs du Code civil. See Rousseau, Pierre 

Joseph. 
Rousseau, Jean Jacques. 

A letter from M. Rousseau, of Geneva, to M. d'Alembert, of Paris, 
concerning the effects of theatrical entertainments on the manners 
of mankind. Translated from the French. [London.] Printed 
for J. Nourse. i759- xii, 190 pp. **T.76.3 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in **G.3823.io. 

Rousseau, Jean Jacques. Works about. 

Laval, P. A. P. A. Laval comedien, a J. J. Rousseau, sur les raisons 
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de I'Encyclodedie, article Geneve, prouve que I'etablissement d'une 
comedie dans cette ville y feroit reunir la sagesse do Lacedemone 
a la politesse d'Athenes. A la Haye. 1758. **T.77.87 

Rousseau, Paul Loiseau-. See Loiseau-Rousseau, i'aul. 

Rousseau, Pierre Joseph. 

Code theatral, physiologie des theatres, manuel complet de 1 auteur, 
du directeur, de I'acteur et de I'amateur, contenant les lois, regies 
et applications (fe I'art dramatique; par J. Rousseau, I'un des 
auteurs du Code civil. Paris. Roret. 1829. (3), 301 pp. Plate. 

Refers to the theatres of Paris. **T.78.65 

Rowe, Harry. 

Croft, J., editor. Memoirs of Harry Rowe: constructed from 
materials fuund in an old box, after his decease; by John Croft. 
York. Wilson & Spence. [180-?] 144 PP- Portrait. **T.57.4i4 
Rowlands, Walter. 

Among the great masters of drama. Scenes in the lives of famous 
actors. Boston. Dana Estes & Co. [1903-] (13), ^33 PP- Po''- 
traits. Plates. 2249a.29 

Contents. Shakespeare. — Moliere. — Voltaire. — Adnenne Lecouvreur. — 

Garrick. Peg Woffington. — Mrs. Abington. — Mrs. Siddons. — Kemble. 

-- Mrs. Jordan. — Tahna. — Liston. — Mademoiselle Mars. — Kean. — Mac- 
ready. — Dejazet. — Forrest. — William Warre:i. — Charlotte Cusliman. — 
Rachel. — Ristori. — Fechter. — Jefferson. — Salvini. — Edwin Booth. — John 
McCullough. — Lawrence Barrett. — Henry Irving. — Ellen Terry. — Coquelin. 
Sarah Bernhardt. — Modjeska. — Adelaide Neilson. — Mary Anderson. 

Roxas, Agustin de. See Rojas, Agustin de. 

Royal and Royalty theatres. Letter to Phillips Glover in a dedication 
to the burletta of Hero and Leander, now performing at the 
Royalty Theatre. [Anon.] See Jackman, Isaac. 

Royal Circus, The, epitomized. Dibdin, C. **T.77.i72 

Royal Dramatic College. 

A catalogue of the valuable and interesting collection of pictures, 
water-color drawings and prints, books, manuscript plays, and 
a variety of items connected with the drama. The property or 
the Trustees of the Royal Dramatic College, and others. Which 
will be sold by auction by Farebrother, Lye & Palmer, the 24th 
of February, 1881. [London.] 1881. 20 pp. **T.95.97 

Royal Dramatic College. JVorks about. 

DoDD, H. Royal Dramatic College. Correspondence respecting 
proposed gift of land at Langley, Bucks, by Mr. Henry Dodd. 
London. 1859. **T.96.i75 

Royer, Alphonse. 

Histoire de I'Opera. Paris. Bachelin-Deflorenne. 1875. (7), 228 pp. 
Portraits. **M.i37.i 

Rub, Otto, compiler. 

Das Burgtheater: statistischer Ruckblick auf die Tatigkeit and die 
Personalverhaltnisse wahrend der Zeit vom 8. April 1776 bis i. 
Januar 1913. Gelegentlich des 25jahrigen Bestehens des neuen 
Hauses am 14. Oktober 1913. Mit einem Geleitwort von Hugo 
Thimig. Ein theaterhistorisches Nachschlagebuch. Wien. Knepler. 
1913. xvi, 307 pp. 6252.117 

Bibliographic des Burgtheaters, pp. xv, xvi. 

Rubini, Giovanni Battista. 

LocATELLi, A. Anni biografici sulla straordinaria carriera teatrale 
percorsa da Gio. Battista Rubini. Milano. 1844. 

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Rucca, Giacomo. 

Capua vetere o sia descrizione di tutti i monumenti di Capua antica, 
e particolarmente del suo nobilissimo anfiteatro. Napoli. Nobile. 
1828. (4), xi, 335 pp. Plate. Plan. 2738.25 

Rueegg, Reinhold. 

Blatter zur Feier des fiinfzigjahrigen Jubilaums des Ziircher Stadt- 
theaters am 10. und 11. November 1884. Zurich. Verlag der 
"Ziiricher Post." 1884. (3), 100 pp. **T.96.356 

Ruggieri, Claude Fortune. 

Precis historique sur les fetes, les spectacles et les rejouissances 
publiques. Paris. L'auteur. 1830. (4), vijj, 380 pp. **T.96.272 
Relates partly to France. Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 144.7. 
Ruhl, Arthur Brown. 

Second nights. People and ideas of the theatre to-day. New York. 
Scribner. 1914. ix, 374 pp. 6257.112 

On the theatre in England and America. 

Russell, Sir Edward Richard. 

Irving as Hamlet. 2d edition. London. King & Co. 1875. (3), 54 

pp. **G.76.2 

That reminds me. 3d impression. London. Unwin. 1899. xi, 334 

pp. Portrait. 4543.149 

Same. 1900. 4543.150 

Miscellaneous reminiscences and anecdotes of celebrities with two chapters on 

English actors. 

Russell, William Clark. 

Representative actors. Criticisms, anecdotes, personal descriptions, 
etc., referring to British actors from the sixteenth to the present 
century; with notes, and a short account of English acting. 
London. Warne & Co. [1872.] xv, 496 pp. Portraits. [The 
Chandos library.] 4548.50; **T.57.374 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.36.2. 

Same. [1894?] 4547.140 

Russia. Theatres. 

Bernstein, N. D. Russlands Theater und Musik zur Zeit Peters 
des Grossen. Riga. [1903.] 4046.198 

CoRviN, P. DE. Le theatre en Russie depuis ses origines jusqu'a nos 
jours. Etude historique et litteraire. Paris. 1890. 

3061.40; **T.47.28 

LiRONDELLE, A. Shakespeare en Russie, 1748-1840. (Etude de littera- 

ture comparee.) Paris. 1912. 4597.222 

MoDERWELL, H. K. The theatre of to-day. New York. 1914. Plates. 

Plans. 6257.84 

Newmarch, R. The Russian opera. London. 1914. Portraits. 

Plates. 40493.299 

Russian ballet. See Ballet. Russian. 

Rutherford, John. 

A narrative of the rise and progress of the disputes subsisting 
between the patentees of Covent-Garden Theatre. London: 
Printed for Messrs. Fletcher and Anderson. 1768. (3), 38 pp. 
^Vnother copy is on shelf-number No. ii in **G.3824.2. **T.95.II5 

Rutherford, John. Works about. 

CoLMAN. G., the Elder. A true state of the differences subsisting 
between the proprietors of Covent-Garden Theatre; in answer to 
a manuscript libel and to a printed Narrative by T. Harris and 
J.Rutherford. London. 1768. **T.95.ii6; etc. 



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Ryan, Kate. 

Old Boston Museum days. Boston. Little, Brown & Co. igiS- 
xii, 264 pp. Portraits. Plates. Autograph facsimile. 

6257.50; **T.76.i94 

Recollections of members of the Boston Museum Stock Company, to which the 
author belonged from 1872 to 1893. 

Ryan, Richard, compiler. 

Dramatic table talk; or, scenes, situations, & adventures, serious & 
comic, in theatrical history & biography. London. Knight & 
Lacey. 1825-30. 3 v. Portraits. Plates. Tables. Genealogical 
chart. Manuscript facsimiles. 22593.57; **T.78.i3 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3926.I5. 

Ryder, Corbet. 

Report of the trial of the proceedings in the action of suspension 
and interdict at the instance of Mrs. H. Siddons, of the Theatre 
Royal, against Corbet Ryder, of the Caledonian theatre. Edin- 
burgh. West & Co. 1825. 78 pp. **T.76.4i 

Ryland, Richard. 

A second edition of "The statement," "The address," and "The re- 
marks" on the "Counter-statement," relative to a late withdraw- 
ment from a dissenting Independent congregation. With a post- 
script, by the writer of the statement. [Anon.] London. Bye & 
Law. 1805. (2), 202 pp. No. 7 in **G.3824.9 

Letters on a controversy with the Rev. John Clayton relating to dancing and 
the theatre. 

Ryland, Richard. Works about. 

Clayton. J., the Elder. A counter and impartial statement of circum- 
stances relative to a late withdrawment from a dissenting Inde- 
pendent church. To which are added notes and an appendix, 
designed as a reply to Mr. Ryland's "Remarks." [Anon.] Lon- 
don. 1805. No. 8 in **G.3824.9 

Clayton, J., the Younger. Letters, occasioned by a recent contro- 
versy between R. R. Esq. and the Rev. J. C. London. 1805. 

No. II in **G.3824.9 
Ryley, Samuel William. 

The itinerant, or memoirs of an actor. London. Taylor & Hessey 
[etc.]. 1808-27. 9 V. Portrait. **T.57.3i3 

Vols. 7-9 have the title: The itinerant in Scotland. 

Same. Vol. i. New- York. Inskeep & Bradford. 1810. *45o8.223 

Same. Reprinted from the author's edition. Oldham. Hirst & 
Rennie. 1880. 128 pp. **T.54.8 

This edition includes only Vols. 1-3 of the first edition. 

Ryno, pseud., prefacer. 

Pompon, R. Les souvenirs de Rose Pompon. Paris. 1887. **T.57.232 



Signora Angelica Catalani. Beschreibung ihres Lebens und 
Charakters, nebst einer Beleuchtung ihres Gesanges. Hamburg. 
Wichers. 1819. 24 pp. No. i in **M. 102.37 

S., G. See Scharf, Sir George. 
S., H. T. 

An account of Miss Foote's re-appearance at the Theatre-Royal, 
Covent-Garden, on the fifth of February, 1825; and of her recep- 
tion and performances, during a tour of eight months, at the 
theatres royal of Dublin, Edinburgh, and Bath, &c. [Edinburgh?" 
1826?] V, 85 pp. **T.56.305 

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A discourse, preached on February ii, 1812, in presence of the 
supreme executive of Massachusetts, by request of the young men 
of Boston, commemorative of the late calamitous fire at Rich- 
mond. Boston. Scott. 1812. 19 pp. **T. 76.199 
Refers to the burning of the Richmond Theatre, and attacks theatrical amuse- 
ments. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in *437i.7i. 

Sabin, Joseph, compiler. 

Catalogue of the library of Edwin Forrest. Philadelphia. Collins. 
1863. iv, 188 pp. Portrait. *2202.4 

Sacchini, Antonio Maria Gaspare. 

JULLIEN, J. L. A. La cour et I'opera sous Louis xvi. Marie 
Antoinette et Sacchini, Salieri, Favart et Gluck. Paris. 1878. 

4676.52 ; **M. 127.39 
Sachs, Edvi^in Otho. 

The Chicago theatre fire. Plans. (In British Fire Prevention Com- 
mittee. The fire at the Iroquois Theatre. Pp. 7-18. London. 
1904) 4019.263 

Fires and public entertainments. A study of some iioo notable fires 
at theatres, music halls . . . during the last 100 years. London. 
Layton. 1897. 58 pp. *Cab.40.44.i 

Sachs, Edwin Otho, prefacer. 

Bourdon, G. Les theatres anglais. Paris. 1903. 2552.59 

Sachs, Edwin Otho, and Ernest A. E. Woodrow. 

Modern opera houses and theatres. Examples selected from play- 
houses recently erected in Europe. London. Batsford. 1896-98. 
3 v. Illus. 220 plates. *Cab.6o.77.4 

Sadler, L. R. (Jacob Larwood.) 

Theatrical anecdotes; or, fun and curiosities of the play, the play- 
house, and the players. London. Chatto & Windus. 1882. (5), 
328 pp. [The Mayfair library.] 2554.61 ; **T.58^8o 

Relates to Great Britain. 

St. Albans, Harriot Mellon, Duchess of. See Mellon, Harriot, Duchess 

of St. Albans 
Saint-Aubin, M*** de. See Mague de Saint-Aubin, Jacques Antoine. 
Saint-Cyr, France. Theatres. 

Taphanel, a. Le Theatre de Saint-Cyr. (1689-1792.) D'apres des 
documents inedits. Versailles. 1876. Plan. 2674.51; **T. 76.14 

Saint-Genies, Richard, Vicomte de. (Richard O'Monroy.) 

Les petites Manchaballe. 4'e edition. Paris. Levy. 1893. (3). 

310 pp. **T.87.66 

A novel of stage life. 

Place au theatre! 2e edition. Paris. Levy. 1894. (3). 33^ PP- 

A novel of stage life. **T.87.67 

La soiree parisienne. Annee [i,] 2. Paris. Arnould. 1890, 91. 2 v. 

Criticisms of plays at the Paris theatres. **T.27.3 

Saint Hilaire, Amable Villain de. (Guillaume le Flaneur.) 

Petite biographic dramatique, silhouette des acteurs, chanteurs, 

directeurs, etc., des theatres de la Capitale. Paris. Lemonnier. 

1821. (3), viij, 5-229 pp. **T.57.389 

Same. 2e edition. Domere. **T.57.390 

Saint-Huberty, Antoinette Cecile. 

GoNcouRT, E. L. A. H. de. Madame Saint-Huberty. D'apres sa 
correspondance et ses papiers de famille. Paris. 1885. 



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St. James's Palace, London. Chapel Royal. 

Stopes, C. C. William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel Royal. 
A study of his period and the influences which affected Shake- 
speare. Louvain. igio. 2553.139 
St. John, Christopher, pseud. See Marshall, Christabel. 
St. John's Gate, London. 

Jeremiah. J. Notes on Shakespeare, and memorials of the Urban 
Club, and an account of the boar's head feast and ceremonies 
formerly observed at St. John's Gate. [With an appendix: 
"Memorials of the Urban Club, being a complete collection of 
the programmes and circulars, April 24th, 1875, to July 7th. 1876."! 
London. 1876. Illus. Portrait. Plate. **T.56.44; etc. 

St. Louis, Mo. Theatres. 

Nolle, A. H. The German drama on the St. Louis stage. A thesis. 
[Philadelphia.] 1917. 4393-228 

Saint-Marc, B.. pseud. See Beynet, Agricol. 
Saint-Mor, Guy de. 

Paris sur scene. Saison 1886/87. Annee i. Pans. Piaget. 1888. 
(3), ii, (i), 376 pp. Illus. Portraits. **T.47.io 

St. Quentin, France. Theatres. 

Lecocq, G. Histoire du theatre deSt-Quentin. Paris. 1878. Plates. 
Plans. **T.74.i3 

Saint-Saens, Camille. See Saint-Saens, Charles Camille. 
Saint-Saens, Charles Camille. 

Note sur les decors de theatre dans I'antiquite romaine. Paris. 
Ba.schet. 1886. 32 pp. Illus. Plates. Plan. 295oa.5o; **T.75.ii 

Saint- Vital, . 

De I'organisation des artistes dramatiques. A S. Ex. le Ministre 
d'fitat. Paris. Dubuisson & cie. 1863. 16 pp. **T.95.62 

.Signed, Ernest Fanfernot, et Saint- Vital. 

Sainte-Albine, Remond de. See Remond de Sainte-Albine, Pierre. 
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin. 

Madame Desbordes-Valmore, sa vie et sa correspondance. Paris. 

Levy. 1870. (3), 246 pp. 2647.60 

Same. Memoirs of Madame Desbordes-Valmore. With a selection 

from her poems. Translated by Harriet W. Preston. Boston. 

Roberts. 1873. viii, 227 pp. 2648.62 

Another copy is on shelf-number P.i 1.2242. 

Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin. Works about. 

Claretie, J. A. A. Sainte-Beuve et la Comedie-frangaise. (In Le 
livre d'or de Sainte-Beuve. Pp. 31-45- Paris. 1904.) *264i.i76 
Sala, George Augustjis Henry. 

The life and adventures of George Augustus Sala. Written by him- 
self. London. Cassell & Co., Ltd. 1895. 2 v. Portraits. Auto- 
graph facsimile. 4544.142; **T.56.84 
Vol. I of the copy on shelf-number **T. 56.84 is of the 2d edition. 
Living London: being "echoes" re-echoed. London. Remington & 
Co. 1883. xxi, (i), 568 pp. Illus. Plates. Facsimile. 2463.68 

A selected republication of the 'Echoes of the week' and 'The playhouses' which 
appeared in 1882 in the columns of the Illustrated London News. — Preface. 

On a remarkable dramatic performance [Sothern's Lord Dundreary]. 

(In his Breakfast in bed. Pp. 7-32. New York. 1863.) 65593.43 

Same. {Ln Same. Boston. 1863.) **T.97.i87 

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Robson: a sketch. London. Hotten. 1864. 64 pp. **T.58.97 

The prefatory article: The late Frederick Robson is signed J. C. H. Reprinted 
from The Atlantic Monthly, June, 1864 [Periodical Room *53i4.i.i3]. Another 
copy, without the prefatory article, is on shelf-number No. 17 in **G.393oi3-2. 

Things I have seen and people I have known. London. Cassell & 
Co., Ltd. 1894. xxiii, 268 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 

Contains chapters on the theatre and the opera. 4545.143; **T.57.242 

The two prima donnas, and The dumb door porter. London. Tinsley. 
1862. viii, 246 pp. **M. 108.13 

Sala, George Augustus Henry, prefacer. 

Brough, R. B. Marston Lynch, his life and times. London. 1S60. 

**T.58.i26 
Salieri, Antonio. 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. La cour et I'opera sous Louis xvi. Marie An- 
toinette et Sacchini, Salieri, Favart et Gluck. Paris. 1878. 

4676.52; **M. 127.39 
Salle, Marie. 

Dacier, fi. Une danseuse de I'Opera sous Louis xv: M^e Salle 
(1707-1756). D'apres des documents inedits. Paris. 1909. Por- 
trait. **T.57.3io 
Saltarino, Signor, pseud. 

Das Artistentum und seine Geschichte. Leipzg. Backhaus. 1910. 
244 pp. Illus. Portraits. 2243.87 

Deals for the most part with vaudeville actors and circus performers. 

Saltimbanques et marionnettes. Avril, A. **T.77.i26 
Salvini, Tommaso. 

Leaves from the autobiography of Tommaso Salvini. New York. 

The Century Co. 1893. (5), 240 pp. Portraits. 2747.81 ; **T.57.4 
Another copy is on shelf-number *Artz Cab. 17. 11. 
Salvini, Tommaso. Works about. 

Mason. E. T. The Othello of Tommaso Salvini. With portraits 
by Robert Frederick Blum. New York. 1890. Portraits. Dia- 
grams. **T.57-45;etc. 
Sam Spangles. Coyne, J. S. **T.88.i9 
Samson, Joseph Isidore. 

L'art theatral. Partie i. Paris. Dentu. 1863. (8), 188 pp. Por- 
traits. **T.75.i4 

A poem on acting. 

Same. Nouvelle edition, precedee d'une lettre d'fimile Augier et 
d'une preface de Coquelin aine. Paris. Dentu. 1889. xx, 304, 
4 pp. 2678.112; **T.97.35o 

Another copy is on shelf-number **M.2o8.io. 

Lettre a Monsieur Jules Janin. [Paris. 1859.] 55 pp. **T.95.io5 

A reply to Janin's Rachel et la tragedie [**T.54.6]. 

Memoires. Paris. Ollendorff. 1882. (3), xxi, 338 pp. Portrait. 

2649.126 
Same. 2e edition. **T.57.326 

Theatre frangais. [Paris? 18—?] 281-321 pp. **T.97.i8i 

Cut from Paris moderne. 

Samson, Joseph Isidore. Works about. 

Jacquot, C. J. B. Samson. Paris. 1854. Portrait. 6649a.11 

Legouve, G. J. B. E. W. M. Samson et ses eleves. Paris. [1875.] 

**T.96.i57 

Samson, Madame J. I. Rachel et Samson. Souvenirs de theatre par 

la veuve de Samson. Paris. 1898. **T.57.336 



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Samson, Madame Joseph Isidore. 

Rachel et Samson. Souvenirs de theatre par la veuve de Samson. 

Avec une preface de Jules Claretie. Paris. Ollendorff. 1898. 

xix, 271 pp. **T.57.336 

Sand, George, pseud. See Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin. 

Sand, Maurice, pseud. See Dudevant, Jean Francois Maurice Arnauld. 

Baron. 
Sanders, Lloyd Charles. 

Life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan. London. Scott. [1890.] 177, 
xi pp. [Great writers.] 45400.128 

Bibliography, by John P. Anderson, pp. i-xi. 
Sangalli, Rita, pre facer. 

Duval, G. Terpsichore. Petit guide a I'usage des amateurs de 
ballet. Paris. 1875. 60093.80 

Sanson, Victor. 

La Boutraye. J. oe. Essai sur I'art dramatique. fipitre a Victor 
Sanson. Avranches. Tostain.* 1849. 3-83 pp. **T.96.i59 

Verses on acting. .Another copy is on shelf-number **T.46.57. 

Santley, Sir Charles. 

Reminiscences of my life. London. Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons. Ltd. 
1909. xiv, (i), 319 pp. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. 4047,289 

Introduces many singers and actors, especially those in the London theatres. 

Student and singer. Reminiscences. London. Arnold. 1892. xv, 

(i), ^27 pp. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. **M. 106.20 

Same. 2d edition. 8043.107 

Sapajou. Dhormoys, P. **T.98.i45 

Sarah Bamum's reply. The life of Marie Colombier. [Anon.] See 

Gaillet, Eugene, and Liebold. 

Sarcey, Francisque. 

La Comedie-frangaise a Londres (1871-1879). Journal inedit de E. 
Got. — Journal de F. Sarcey. Publics avec une introduction par 
Georges d'Hcylli [pseud. d'Antoine Edmond Poinsot]. Paris. 
Ollendorff. 1880. (3), Ixxxvii, 196, (i) pp. 2676.156; **T.78.i2 
Comediens et comediennes. Notices par F. Sarcey. Portraits par 
L. Gaucherel & Ad. Lalauze. Paris. Librairie des Bibliophiles. 
1876-84. 2 v. Portraits. *464oa.5o; **T.55.i3 

Contents. — I. Comedie-franQaise. 2. Theatres divers. 

Serie 2 of the copy on shelf-number **T.S5.i3 lacks livraisons 8-16 and the title- 
page. 

Quarante ans de theatre. (Feuilletons dramatiques.) Paris. Biblio- 
thcque des annales politiques et litteraires. 1900-1902. 8 v. Por- 
traits. 4676.114; **T.47.i 

Contents. — [i.] Avant-propos, par Adolphe Brisson. — Francisque Sarcey. 
Articles par Jules Claretie, Emile Faguet, Henry Fouquier, Gustave Larroumet, 
Jules Lemaitre, Andre Theuriet, Adolphe Brisson. — La critique et les critiques. 

— Les lois du theatre. — La Comedie-frangaise. [2.] Moliere. — Reynard. — 
Marivaux. — Beaumarchais. — Lesage, Piron, Cresset, Favart, Sedaine. [3.] 
Corneille. — Racine. — Voltaire. — Les grecs. — Shakespeare. [4.] Victor 
Hugo. — Dumas pere. — Scribe. — Casimir Delavigne. — Balzac. — George 

^ Sand. — Ernest Legouve. — Alfred de Musset. — Jules Sandeau. — Ponsard. — 

D'Ennery. — Camilla Doucet. — Eugene Labiche. — Auguste Vacquerie. — 
Leconte de Lisle. [5.] fimile Augier. — Octave Feuillet. — Erckmann-Chatrian. 

— Theodore Barriere. ^- Alexandre Dumas fils. — Henri de Bornier. [6.] 
Victorien Sardou. — Meilhac et Halevy. — Henri Meilhac. — fidouard Pailleron. 

— Henry Becque. — Armand Silvestre. — Alphonse Daudet. [7.] Emile Zola. — 
Jules Claretie. — Catulle Mendes. — Frangois Coppee. — Alexandre Parodi. — 
fimile Bergerat. — Paul Deroulede. — Jean Aicard. — Georges Ohnet. — Alexandre 
Bisson. — Jean Richepin. — Georges de Porto-Riche. — Octave Mirbeau. — 
Jules Lemaitre. — Frangois de Curel. — Jean Jullien. [8.] Paul Hervieu. — 

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F.ugene Brieux. — Alfred Capus. — Henri Lavedan. — Maurice Donnay. — 
Georges Courteline. — I.eon Gandillot. — Georges Feydeau. — Edmond Rostand. 

- M. Antoine et le Theatre-Libre. — Les etrangers : Ostrowsky ; Ibsen; 
Bjoemstjerne-Bjoernson: Gerhart Hauptmann : Strindberg ; Maurice Maeterlinck. 

— Aux lecteurs. — Profession de foi. 

Vol. [i] is of the nth edition and vol. [2], of the 3d, in the copy on shelf- 
number **T.47. 1. 

Sarah Bernhardt. [Paris. 1879.] 27 pp. Portrait. No. 3 in *6245.55 

Reprinted from his Comediens et comediennes. Serie i, fasc. 5 [No. 5 in 
*464oa.50.T; **T.55.i3.i]. 

Le theatre. Paris. [Lahure.] 1893- 63, (i) pp. Illus. Plates. 

[Societe artistique du livre illustre. Publication.] **T.75.77 

A theory of the theatre. With an introduction [and notes] by 

Brander Matthews. [Translated by H. H. Hughes.] New York. 

1916. (5), 62 pp. [Columbia University. Dramatic Museum.] 

On the relationship of the technique of the drama to the audience. **T.46.62.4 

Sarcey, Francisque. Works about. 

Perrin. E. C. V. fitude sur la mise en scene. Lettre a M. Francisque 

Sarcey. Paris. 1883. **T.95.59 
Sardou, Victorien. 

L'heure du spectacle. Lettre pour servir de preface au second 

volume des Annales du theatre et de la musique. Paris Char- 

pentier. 1878. 35 PP- **T.97.22i 

Relates to the conflict between the dinner hour and the time for the commence- 
ment of the plays in Paris. 
Sardou, Victorien. Works about. 

Macchetta, B. R. Familiar faces. Victorien Sardou, poet, aurhor 

and member of the Academy of France. A personal study. 

London. 1892. Portrait. **T.58.5i; etc. 

ScHOEN, H. Victorien Sardou et Constant Coquelin. Paris. 1910. 

4672.34 
Sarette, Bernard. 

Robert, . Aux indifferens. [Paris. 1800?] 16 pp. 

No. 8in**G.iS7.io 
Sargent, Epes Winthrop. 

The technique of the photoplay. New York. The Moving Picture 

World. [1912.] 51 PP- 8o39a.93 

Sartine, Antoine Raymond Jean Gaulbert Gabriel de, Comte d'Alby. 

Documents inedits sur le regne de Louis xv; ou, anecdotes galantes 

sur les actrices, demoiselles entretenues, grisettes, etc., formant 

le journal de M. le Lieutenant de Police De Sartines trouve en 

1789 dans la Bastille. Avec une table de nonis et des notes his- 

toriques et biographiques par L. Larchey. Bruxelles. 1863. xii. 

339 pp. **T.57.268 

Satan, Junior, pseud., editor. 

Kellar, H. a magician's tour up and down and round about the 
earth. Chicago. 1886. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 6267.69; **T.57. 356 
Satires. 

•Art, L', de cabaler dans les spectacles, poeme didactique, en prose 
et en trois chants. Paris. 1811. No. 9 in **G.3562.2 

B N, B T. The stage : or coronation of King Tom 

[Sheridan]. A satyr. Dublin. i7S3- No. 8 in **G.3824.i7 

Democritus, Joseph, pseud., and William Diogenes, pseud. The re- 
markable trial of the queen of quavers, [Polly Farmer, pseud.] 
and her associates, for sorcery, witchcraft, and enchantment, at 
the assizes held in the moon. [London. 1777.] **M.ii7.9;etc. 

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Satires. (Continued.) 

DuTTON, T. The wise man of the East; or, the apparition of 
Zoroaster, the son of Oromases, to the theatrical midwife of 
Leicester-Fields. A satirical poem. London. 1800. 

No. 8 in **G.3824.6 

Fenton. W. The itinerant Thespians, or the theatre dissected. [A 
satire in verse. London.] 1792. No. 5 in **G.3824.6 

Laureat, The: or, the right side of CoUey Cibber, Esq.; containing, 
explanations, amendments and observations, on a book intituled, 
An apology for the life, and writings of Mr. Colley Cibl^er. Not 
written by himself. Added, The history of the life, manners and 
writings of ^sopus the tragedian, from a fragment of a Greek 
manuscript found in the library of the Vatican; interspers'd with 
observations of the translator. London. 1740. **T.57.437 

Letter, A, of abuse, to D...d G k, Esq. London. 1757. 

No. 10 in **G.3824.i6 

Mad Bull, A, pseud. The O-Poeiad, a satire. London. 1810. 

No. 3 in **G.3824.5 

Meusnier' de Querlon, a. G. Le code lyrique ou reglement pour 
rOpera de Paris. Avec des eclaircissemens historiques. A Utopie 
[i. e. Paris]. 1743. **M.377,37; etc. 

Nathan, G. J. Bottoms up. An application of the slapstick to satire. 
New York. 1917. 6257.306 

Phillips, E. The players: a satire [in verse]. London. 173,3. 

No. 4 in **G.3823.3 

Squib, The: a granulation of wit, satire, and amusement. [Weekly.] 
No. I-2Q. Tune 4 -December 10, 1842. London. 1842. Illus. 

**T.2I.II 

Snow, W. R. The drama on crutches. A satire of the day. [Poem.] 

London. 1872. **T.97.26o 

Williams, J. The children of Thespis. A poem. [London.] 

1786, 88. **G.3947.i8;etc. 

Saturday Morning Club, Boston. 

[Programme of The winter's tale, given in Copley Hall, February 
18-21, 1895. by the Saturday Morning Club.] Boston. 1895. 

*Artz Cab. 19.25 
Saturday Morning Club, Boston. Works about. 

Pelletier, M. C. The winter's tale. As performed by the Saturday 
Morning Club. {In Bostonian, The. Vol. 2, pp. 1-16. Plates. 
Boston. 1895.) *530i.45.2 

Saturday Programme, The, and Sketch-book. [Weekly.] (With which 
is incorporated the Figaro-Programme.) Vol. 1-5. 1874-76. 
London. 1874-76. 5 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.25.i4 

Until Tune 19, 1875, the title was Figaro Programme; then for two issues it was 
The London Programme and Sketch-book, The London Sketch-book [**T.2S.i3] 
having been incorporated with it. Contains theatrical and musical notes and 
portraits. 

Saunders, Catherine. 

Costume in Roman comedy. New York. Columbia University 
Press. 1909. X, 145 pp. [Columbia University. Studies in classical 
philology.] 2949.127 

Bibliography, pp. 143-145. 

Saunders, George. 

A treatise on theatres. London: Printed for the author, and sold 
by L and J. Taylor. 1790. x, (4), 94 pp. xiii plates. Plans. 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3820.io. **T.73.2 



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Sauvageot, Louis. 

Considerations sur la construction des theatres a propos de la 
reconstruction du Theatre des arts a Rouen. Paris. Morel & c'e. 
[1877.] (3). 55 PP- Plates. Plans. No. 4 in **M. 122.38 

Savage Club, The, London. 

Watson, A. The Savage Club. A medley of history, anecdote and 
reminiscence. With a chapter by Mark Twain [pseud.]. Lon- 
don. 1907. lUus. Portraits, some colored. Plates. *2497.202 
Savard, Felix. 

Les actrices de Paris. Preface par Henri de Pene. Paris. Librairie 

centrale. 1867. (3), viii, 260 pp. **T.57.302 

Les petits mysteres de I'ficole lyrique. 2^ edition. [Anon.] Paris. 

Sausset. 1862. (3), 122, (i) pp. Portrait. **T.59.i7 

Savoy. Theatres. 

MuGNiER, F. Le theatre en Savoie. Les vieux spectacles, les 
comediens de Mademoiselle et de S. A. R. le Due de Savoie, la 
comedie au college, les troupes modernes. Chambery. 1887. 

**T.76.i7 
Savoy opera, The, and the Savoyards. Fitzgerald, P. H. 2578.113 

Sawdust & spangles. Coup, W. C. 4009.32; **T.57. 150 

Scalchi, Sofia. 

Jean and fidouard de Reszke. [With a sketch of Sofia Scalchi.] 

Illus. Portraits. (In The music of the modern w^orld. Vol. i, 

pp. 138-140. New York. [1895.]) . **M.i4.i.i 

Scandale, Le, au theatre. Poinsot, A. E. No. 2 in **M.ii8.i3 

Scandale, Le, d'hier. See Mirbeau, O. Les comedien. 

Scanlan, Robert R. 

Nine portraits forming a series of characters, illustrative of Mathews. 

In his fourteenth & last comic annual, performed in England & 

America, in 1833. Drawn on stone by Edward Morton. London. 

Mitchell. [183-?] (i) p. (9) plates. Autograph facsimile. **T.5i.9 

Scaramouche, Tiberio Fiorilli, called Scaramouche. See Fiorilli, Tiberio. 

Sceaux, chateau, France. 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. Les grandes nuits de Sceaux. Le theatre de la 
Duchesse du Maine. D'apres des docifments inedits. Paris. 1876. 

**T.95.5i 
Scenarios. See Drama. Construction : Moving pictures. 
Scene, La. Revue des succes dramatiques. Vol. i (no. 1-19, 21-24). 

Redacteur: E. Grand. Paris. 1877-81. 23 parts in i v. Illus. 

Colored plates. **T.22.8 

Contains colored illustrations of costumes. It was intended to publish this 
paper bi-monthly but the numbers were actually issued at irregular intervals. 

Scene painting. See Theatre. Scenery. 

Scene Shifter, The, or dramatic indicator and panorama of life as it is. 
[Weekly.] Vol, i (no. 1-3). Nov. 27 - Dec. 11, 1848. [London.] 
1848. 24 pp. Illus. Po.rtraits. **T.23.9 

Scenery. Theatrical. See Theatre. Scenery. 

Scenes de la vie de theatre Dreyfus, A. 4665.58; **T.87. 51 

Scharf, .S"iV George. 

Recollections of the scenic effects of Covent Garden Theatre during 
the season 1838-9. London. Pattie. 1839. (5) pp. (39) plates. 

Illustrations of Macready's productions, principally Shakespearean. **X.57. 1 

Scharfenstcin, Helene, psnid. 

Aus dem Tagebuche einer deutschen Schauspielerin. 11. Auflage. 
Stuttgart. Lutz. [1Q12.] 393 pp. [Memoiren Bibliothek. Serie 
4, Band 4.] **T.47.i09 

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Schauspiel-Kunst, Die, oin Kapitel der Seelenkunde. Theinert-Mickley, 
E. **T.96.354 

Schauspieler, Dcr. Martersteig, M. **T.77.225 

Schauspieler-Charakteristiken. Richter, H. 6872.70 

Schelling, Felix Emmanuel. 

Elizabetiian drama. 1558-1642. A history of the drama in England 
from the accession of Queen Elizabeth to the closing of the 
theatres, to which is prefixed a resume of the earlier drama 
from its beginnings. Boston. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1908. 
2 V. 2556.144 

Bibliographical essay, pp. 433-537- A list of plays and like productions written, 
acted, or published in England between the years 1558 and 1642, pp. 538-624. 

The Queen's progress and other Elizabethan sketches. Boston. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1904. ix, 268 pp. Portraits. Plate. 

2556.108 

Contents. — The Queen's progress. — An Elizabethan will. — Thomas Stucley, 
gentleman adventurer. — An old-time friendship. — "An aery of children, little 
eyases." — A groatsworth of wit. — Plays in the making. — When music and 
sweet poetry agree. — Thalia in Oxford. — A journey to the north. 

Scheme, A, for having an Italian opera in London, of a new taste. 
London: Printed for W. Owen. 1753. 22 pp. **T.96.95 

A proposal to employ parodies to increase the popularity of the operas to be 
given at the King's Theatre, Haymarket. The text is in English and French 
on opposite pages. — The last page of the EngHsh text has no corresponding 
page in French. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 11 in **G.3823.i2. 

Scherillo, Michele. 

La commedia dell' arte in Italia. Studi e profili. Torino. LoeScher. 
1884. xi, 162, (i) pp. 2776.84 

Scheuing, Frances May. (Frances Agnew.) 

Motion picture acting: how to prepare for photoplaying, what quali- 
fications are necessary, how to secure an engagement, salaries 
paid to photoplayers. New York. Reliance Newspaper Syndicate. 
[1913.] loi pp. Portraits. Plates. Autograph facsimiles. 

8o39a.63 
Schick, Margareta Luise. 

Levezow, C. von. Leben und Kunst der Frau Margarete Luise 
Schick. Berlin. 1809. No. 4 in **M. 145.20 

Schiessler, Sebastian Willibald. (Justus Hilarius.) 

Coulissen-Blitze in Anekdoten, Schwanken, Schnurren und witzigeii 
Einfallen, auf Theater und Schauspieler geschleudert. Schleuder 
1-6. Meissen. Goedsche. 1828, 29. 6 v. in i. Colored plates. 

**T.59.53 
Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von. 

Brede, C. F. Schiller on the Philadelphia stage to the year 1830. 
{In German American Annals. Vol. 7, pp. 254-275. Philadelphia. 
1905.) No. I in **H.8o.i88.2; etc. 

Martersteig, M. Die ethische Aufgabe d.er Schaubiihne. Eine 
Schillerrede. [Gehalten bei der Feier am 10. November 1911 im 
Schillerverein zu Leipzig.] Leipzig. 1912. **T.76.i90 

Petersen, J. Schiller und die Biihne. Ein Beitrag zur Litteratur- 
und Theatergeschichte der klassischen Zeit. Berlin. 1904. 

6872.84 

PossART, E., Rittcr von. Schiller und das Theater. Festrede zur 

Mannheimer Gedachtnisfeier von Schillers hundertstem Todestage 

(8. Mai 1905). Berlin. [1905.] **T.76.i89 

Stahl, E. L. Joseph von Auffenberg und das Schauspiel der 

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Schilling, B. 

Das neue Stadttheater in Koln. Architekt Karl Moritz, mitgeteilt 
von B. Schilling. Berlin. Ernst. 1904. 14 pp. Illus. Plates, 
one colored. Plans. *Cab.6o.i44.8 

Schink, Johann Friedrich. 

Ueber Brockmann's Hamlet. [Anon.] Berlin. Wever. 1778. 3-70 pp. 

**G.39i6.5 

Zusatze und Berichtigungen zu der Gallerie der teutschen Schau- 

spieler und Schauspielerinnen. Wien. 1783. Facsimile title-page. 

(In Gallerie von teutschen Schauspielern und Schauspielerinnen. 

Pp. 169-255. Berlin. 1910.) 6907.23 

Schlager, Johann Ev. 

Ueber das alte Wiener Hoftheater. (In Kaiserliche Akademie der 
Wissenschaften, Vienna. Philosophisch-historische Classe. Sitz- 
ungsberichte. Band 6, pp. 147-171. Wien. 1851.) *3340.3.6 

Schlenther, Paul. 

Adolf von Sonnenthal. Fiinfzig Jahre im Wiener Burgtheater. 1856- 
1906. Als Manuskript gedruckt. Wien. 1906. 23 pp. Portraits. 

A list of Sonnenthal's roles at the Burgtheater. **T.77.227 

Bernhard Baumeister. Fiinfzig Jahre Burgtheater. 1852-1902. Eine 
Statistik. Wien. Konegen. 1902. 32 pp. Portraits. Facsimiles. 

**T.73.8 

Botho von Hiilsen und seine Leute. Eine Jubilaumskritik iiber das 
Berliner Hofschauspiel. 2. Auflage. Berlin. Gerstmann. 1883. 
(2), 64 pp. **T.76.ig2 

Relates to the Koenigliches Schauspielhaus in Berlin. 

Der Frauenberuf im Theater. Berlin. Taendler. 1895. 33-60 pp. 
[Der Existenzkampf der Frau im modernen Leben.] **T.56.329 

Schlenther, Paul, editor. 

FoNTANE, T. Causerien iiber Theater. Berlin. 1905. 6252.75 

Schliepmann, Hans Carl Gottfried. 

Die iieuen Entwiirfe zum Berliner Koniglichen Opernhaus. Mit 
Text von Hans Schliepmann. Berlin. Wasmuth, A.-G. 1913. 
xxii, 2 pp. Illus. 131 plates. Plans. 4091.135 

Schloesser, Rudolf. 

Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter: sein Leben und seine Werke. Ein 
Beitrag zur Geschichte der Biihne und Biihnendichtung im 18. 
Jahrhundert. Hamburg. Voss. 1894. xi, 308 pp. [Theater- 
geschichtliche Forschungen.] 6872.52 

V'om Hamburger Nationaltheater zur Gothaer Hofbiihne. 1767-1779. 

Dreizehn Jahre aus der Entwickelung eines deutschen Theater- 

spielplans. Hamburg. Voss. 1895. (8), 108, (i) pp. [Theater- 

geschichtliche Forschungen.] 6872.55 

Schmid, Christian Heinrich. 

Christian Heinrich Schmids Chronologic des deutschen Theaters. 
Neu herausgegeben von Paul Legband. Berlin. 1902. xxix, (i), 
339, (I), 16 pp. Portrait. Facsimiles. [Gesellschaft fiir Theater- 
geschichte. Schriften. Band i.] *6907.i3 

The last i6 pages contain Jahresbericht der Gesellschaft for 1902. 

Schmid, D. 

George Farquhar, sein Leben und seine Original-Dramen. Wien. 

Braumiiller. 1904. vi, (i), 372 pp. [Wiener Beitrage zur 

englischen Philologie. Band 18.] *4552.55.i8 
Schmidt, Expeditus, Pater. 

Die Biihnenverhaltnisse des deutschen Schuldramas und seiner 
volkstiimlichen Ableger im sechzehnten Jahrhundert. (Gekronte 



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Preisschrift.) Berlin. Duncker. 1903. x, (2), 193 pp. Plates 
[Forschungen zur neueren Literaturgeschichte.] 4873. iii 

Zusaininenstellung der meistzitierten Literatur, p. (i). 

Schmidt, Friedrich Ludwig. 

• Denkwiirdigkeiten des Schauspielers, Schauspieldichters und Schau- 

dpieldirectors Friedrich Ludwig Schmidt (1772-1841). Nach 

hinterlassenen Entwitrfen zusammengestellt und herausgegcben 

von Hermann Uhde. Hamburg. Mauke. 1875. 2 v. **T.58.52 

Dramaturgische Aphorisrrien. Hamburg. Hoffmann und Campe. 

1820. (5), 236, (i) pp. 6257.39 

Schmidt, Heinrich. 

Erinnerungen' eines weimarischen Veteranen aus dem geselligen, 
literarischen und Theater-Leben. Leipzig. Brockhaus. 1856. 
(3), 228 pp. **T.57.37i 

Schmitt, Eduard. 

Zirkus- und Hippodromgebaude. Stuttgart. Bergstrasser. 1904. 
(4), 113 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. [Handbuch der Architektur. 
TheiU. Halb-Band 6. Heft 6.] *8o92.52,6.Heft 6 

Literatur, pp. 112, 113. 

Schneider, Gottlieb Carl Wilhelm. 

Das attische Theaterwesen. Zum besseren Verstehen der griechi- 
schen Dramatiker nach den Quellen dargestellt. Mit einer 
Abbildung. Weimar. Hoffmann. 1835. iv, 268 pp. Plan. 

4969.21 
Schneider,. Louis. 

Aus meinem Leben. 2. Auflage. Berlin. Mittler. 1879, 80. 3 v. 

**T.56.247 

Geschichte der Oper und des Koniglichen Opernhauses in Berlin. 

Berlin. Duncker & Humblot. 1852. (i), ii, 309, 133, 63, xv pp. 

Illus. **M.2i5.i9 

The folio edition with plates may be found on shelf-number *Cab. 80. 183.3. 

Schneider, Ludwig. See Schneider, Louis. 
Schoen, Henri. 

Le theatre alsacien. Bibliographie complete du theatre alsacien. 

Biographie des auteurs. Strasbourg. Revue alsacienne illustree. 

1903. 329, XXX, (11) pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. 

Bibliography, pp. i-xxx. 4676. I48 

Le theatre populaire en Alsace. Paris. Fischbacher. 1903. 39, (i) 

pp. 4671-43 

Victorien Sardou et Constant Coquelin. Paris. Fischbacher. 1910. 

40, (I) pp. 4672.34 

Schoenborn, A. 

Die Skene der Hellenen. Ein Versuch. Nach dem Tode des Ver- 
fassers herausgegeben von Carl Schoenborn. Leipzig. Hirzel. 
1858. X, 362 pp. Plan. 2964.58 

Schoenbrunn, Austria. Theatres. 5chlosstheater. 

Kronfeld, E. M. Das Schonbrunner Schlosstheater. Teil i, 2. (In 
Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. Vol. i, pp. 43-62; vol. 2, pp. 169- 
192. Berlin. 1904, 1905.) *6907. 12.1,2 

Schoene, Hermann. 

Aus den Lehr- und Flegeljahren eines alten Schauspielers. Mit 

einem biographischen Vorwort von Hugo Thimig. Leipzig. 

Reclam. [1903.] 141. (i) pp. Portraits. [Universal-Bibliothek. 

4461, 4462.] No. I in 4896.50.453 

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Schoenemann, Johann Friedrich. 

Devrient. H. F. F. Johann Friedrich Schonemann und seine Schau- 
spielergesellschaft. Ein Beitrag zur Theatergeschichte des i8. 
Jahrhunderts. Hamburg. 1895. 6872.53 

SchoU, Aurelien. 

Les amours de theatre. Paris. Hetzel. [1862.] (3), 236, (i) pp. 

**T.87.93 

L'esprit du Boulevard. Les coulisses. Paris. Victor-Havard. 1887. 

(3), 344 pp. **T.87.6o 

Les petits secrets de la comedie. Paris. Levy. 1867. (3), 351 pp. 

**T.97.248 
Scholle, Friedrich. 

Ueber Theaterbrande. deren Ursachen und Verhiitung, sowie die 
Einrichtung des Feuersicherheitswesens in den Konigl. Hof- 
theatern zu Dresden. Dresden. Meinhold. 1882. 75 pp. **T. 75.61 
Schomburgk, Hans, prcfacer. 

Gehrts, M. a camera actress in the wilds of Togoland. Phila- 
delphia. 1915- Portraits. Plates. 3057.239 
School drama, The. McConaughy, J. L. *3592.220.57 
School, The, of abuse. See Gosson, Stephen. 

School, The, of Roscius, or theatrical orator. Containing' a select 

collection of all the modern prologues & epilogues, spoken at the 

Theatre's Royal, &c., with a preface on oratory & acting. London. 

Printed by V. for J. Roach. 1792. (i), 94 pp. **T.37.i88 

Schoole, The, of abuse. See Gosson, Stephen. 

Schosne, L. B. de. See Lebeau de Schosne, Augustin Theodore Vincent. 
Schreyvogel, Joseph. 

Josef Schreyvogels Tagebiicher, 1810-1823. Mit Vorwort, Einleitung 
und Anmerkungen, herausgegeben von Carl Glossy. Berlin. 1903. 
2 V. [Gesellschaft fiir Theatergeschichte. Schriften. Band 2, 3.] 

6907.14 

Contains references to theatrical performances at the Burgtheater, Vienna. 

Schroeder, Antoinette Sophie. 

Briefe von Sophie Schroder (1813-1868). Gesammelt, herausgegeben 
und mit Einleitung und Erlauterungen versehen von Heinrich 
Stiimcke. Berlin. 1910. xxi, 234 pp. Portraits. Manuscript 
facsimile. [Gesellschaft fiir Theatergeschichte. Schriften. Band 
16.] 6907.26 

Schroeder, Friedrich Ulrich Ludewig. 

Schroder und Gotter. Fine Episode aus der deutschen Theater- 
geschichte. Briefe Friedrich Ludwig Schroders an Friedrich 
Wilhelm Gotter 1777 und 1778. Eingeleitet und herausgegeben 
von Dr. Berthold Litzmann. Hamburg. Voss. 1887. v, (4), 136 pp. 

2873.91 
Schroeder, Friedrich Ulrich Ludewig. Works about. 

Brunier, L. Friedrich Ludwig Schroder. Ein Ktinstler- und Lebens- 
bild. Leipzig. 1864. ' 28493.53; **T.57.383 

Litzmann, B. Friedrich Ludwig Schroder. Ein Beitrag zur 
deutschen Litteratur- und Theatergeschichte. Hamburg. 1890, 
1894. 2 V. Portraits. 4845.68 

Meyer, F. L. W. Friedrich Ludwig Schroder. Hamburg. 1819. 
2 V. 2847.9; etc. 

Uhde, H. Friedrich Ludwig Schroder in seinen Briefen an K. A. 
Bottiger, 1794-1816. (In Historisches Taschenbuch. Jahrgang 45, 
PP- 245-320. Leipzig. 1875.) *2309.i.45 

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Schroeder-Devrient, Wilhelmine. 

Ellet, E. F. Wilhelmine Schroder Devrient. New York. 1845. 

No. 18 in **G.3930.i3.2 

Gluemer, C. von. Erinnerungen an Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient. 

Leipzig. 1862. Portrait. **M.i09.28; etc. 

WoLzoGEN, C. A. A., Freiherr von. Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient. 

Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des musikalischen Dramas. Leipzig. 

1863. 8048.25 ; **M.i 29.27 ; etc. 

Schuermann, Joseph Johan. 

Les etoiles en voyage. Paris. Tresse & Stock. 1893. (3), 206 pp. 

This is called the 2e edition on the cover. 2255.67 

Contents. — L'impresario. — Adelina Patti. — Sarah Bernhardt. — Coquelin. 

Same. 3e edition. **T.57.3i5 

Une tournee en Amerique. Paris. Juven. [1900.] (5), 248 pp. 

**T.97.i75 
Schultz, Robert Weir. 

Excavations at Megalopolis, 1890-1891. By Ernest Arthur Gardner, 
William Loring, G. C. Richards, W. J. Woodhouse. With an 
architectural description by Robert Weir Schultz. London. Mac- 
millan. 1892. vii, (3), 141 PP- Ulus. Plates. Plans. [Society 
for the promotion of Hellenic studies. Suppl. papers, i.] 

Describes the ancient amphitheatre. *296o.8l.I 

Schuyler, Montgomery. 

A bibliography of the Sanskrit drama, w^ith an introductory sketch 
of the dramatic literature of India. New York. 1906. xi, 105 pp. 
[Columbia University. Indo-Iranian series.] *2954.io7 

Schwab, Frederick A. 

Parisian cafes-concerts. Illus. Portraits. {In The music of the 
modern vi^orld. Vol. i, pp. 185-187. New York. [1895.]) 

**M.i4.i.i 
Singers of the [19th] century. Later singers of the [19th] century. 
The rule of the singer. Modern singers. Two great singers 
[Nilsson and Lucca]. The great male voices of the [19th] 
century. Illus. Portraits. Plates. (In The music of the modern 
world. Vol. I. New York. [1895.]) **M.i4.i.i 

Schwering, Julius. 

Zur Geschichte des niederlandischen und spanischen Dramas in 

Deutschland. Neue Forschungen. Miinster. Coppenrath. 1895. 

(5), 100 pp. 4874.82 

Science, La, au theatre. Vaulabelle, A. de, and C. Hemardinquer. 

6252.71 
Scientific amusements. 

Faideau, F. Les amusements scientifiques. Recreations sur les 
illusions ou erreurs des sens. Paris. [1896.] Plates. **T.96.26i 
Scotch play-house, A. Angus, J. K. **T.77.i68 

Scotland. Theatres. 

Jackson, J. The history of the Scottish stage, from its first 

establishment to the present time; with a distinct narrative of 

some recent theatrical transactions. Wih memoirs of his own life. 

Edinburgh. 1793. **T.76.2i ; etc. 

Lawson, R. The story of the Scots stage. Paisley. 1917. Portraits. 

Plates. 4579.259 

Stoddart, J. H. Recollections of a player. [Reminiscences of stage 

life in Scotland, England, and the United States.] New York. 

1902. Portraits. 4343.239; **T.56.246 

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The drama of yesterday & today. London. Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 
1899. 2 V. Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. 4557.164; **T.76.i2 

Ellen Terry. [2d edition.] New York. Frederick A. Stokes Co. 
[1900.] vi, 150 pp. 45493.189; **T.58.i44 

From "The bells" to "King Arthur." A critical record of the first- 
night productions at the Lyceum Theatre from 1871 to 1895. 
London. John Macqueen. 1896. x, (i),444pp. Portraits. Plates. 
Autograph facsimile. ' 4545.150; **T.76.i9 

Relates to Sir Henry Irving's productions. 

Some notable Hamlets of the present time. Illustrated by W. G. 
Mein. London. Greening & Co., Ltd. 1900. 193, (i) pp. Por- 
traits. 45493.191 
Contents. — Clement Scott. An appreciation by L. Arthur Greening. — Sarah 
Bernhardt, 1899. — Henry Irving, 1874. — Wilson Barrett, 1884. — Beerbohm 
Tree, 1892. — Forbes Robertson, 1897. — Henry Irving, 1885. 

Thirty years at the play and dramatic table talk. London. The 
Railway and General Automatic Library, Ltd. [1892.] (5), 246 
pp. **T.98.ii2 

Recollections of London theatres. 
Scott, Clement William, editor. 

Blanchard, E. L. L. The life and reminiscences of E. L. Blanchard, 

with notes from the diary of Wm. Blanchard. By Clement Scott 

and Cecil Howard. London. 1891. 2 v. Portraits. **T.56.2i8 
Green room, The. Stories by those who frequent it. London. 

[1880.] Portrait. **T.86.4 

Theatre, The. A monthly review and magazine. July 1877 -Dec. 

1897. London. 1877-1897. 41 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. 

**T.25.i 
Theatre Annual, The. London. 1884-88. 5 v. in i. Portraits. 

**T.25.3 
Scott, Clement William, prefacer. 

Smythe, a. J. The life of William Terriss, actor. Westminster. 

1898. Portraits. Plates. **T.55.57 
Vincent, W. T. Recollections of Fred Leslie. London. 1894. 2 v. 

Illus. Portraits. Plates. 4543.121; **T.56.62 

Scott, Sir Walter, Baronet. 

The life of John Philip Kemble. [A review of the Reminiscences 

of Michael Kelly, of the King's Theatre, etc. London. 1826.] 

197-248 pp. Nos. 2, 3 in **G.3930.i3.2 

Scrap Book. [Weekly.] New series. No. 1-4. Apr. 23 - May 14, 183 1. 

[London.] 1831. 32 pp. Illus. **T.26.43 

Contains some notes on theatrical matters. 
Scr3p-book of scenes and views. [Boston. 187-?] 289 pp. Portraits. 

Autograph facsimiles. *626o.i3 

Illustrations, portraits and plates cut from various books, and containing many 
V'ortraits of actors and pictufes of stage scenes. 

Scrap-books. Theatre. See Thestre. Scrap-books. 
Scriven, Patrick, pseud.? 

A familiar dialogue between Mr. Crowe and Mr. Alley, two theatrical 
taylors. Dublin: Printed by James Hunter. 1762. 16 pp. 

No. 3 in **G.3824.i6 

Se3Son, The. [Weekly.] An independent critical journal. Vol. i, 2 

(no. 1-13). Oct. 8, 1870-Apr. I, 1871. New York. 1870, 71. 2 v. 

in I. Illus. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. **T.2i.9 

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Seasonable examination, A, of the pleas and pretensions of the pro- 
prietors of and subscribers to, play-houses, erected in defiance of 
the royal licence. With observations on the printed case of the 
players belonging to Drury-Lane and Covent Garden theatres. 
London: Printed for T. Cooper. 1735. 32 pp. **T. 77.68 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 7 in **G.3823. 12 ; No. 4 in **G. 3823. 9; 
No. 3 in **G.3823.2i. 

Sechan, Polycarpe Charles. 

Souvenirs d'un homme de theatre. 1831-1855. Recueillis par 
Adolphe Badin. Paris. Levy. 1883. (3), xvi, 322 pp. [Biblio- 
theque contemporaine.] 4660.75; **T.57. 322 

Second, Alberic. 

Les petits mysteres de I'Opera. Illustrations par Gavarni [pseud.]. 

Paris. Kugelmann. 1844. (3), 320 pp. Illus. **M.i43.i7 

Second nights. Ruhl, A. B. 6257.112 

Second sight explained. Bishop, W. L **T.97.26i 

Second-sight; or, the consequences of the reception given to Miss Foote. 

M' Moral, A., pseud. **T.56.26o 

Seconde lettre a M. le Vicomte de Larochefoucauld. Paris. Duvernois. 

1825. 16 pp. No. 13 in **G.3562.2 

On the law of copyright as it relates to dramatic authors. 

Seconde lettre du souffleur de la Comedie de Roiien au gargon de 
caffe. [Anon.] See Aigueberre, Jean Baptiste du Mas d'. 

Secret, Le, du celebre Roscius. Destaville, , Abbe. **T.j'j.g2 

Secret history, The, of the green room. [Anon.] See Haslewood, 

Joseph. 
Secrets, Les, des coulisses des theatres de Paris. Duflot, J. **T.77.i89 
Secrets of the stage. Old actor. An. **T.75.i9 

Security. Letters from John R. Cantlin, C. John Hexamer, William 
M'Devitt. Philadelphia. [1885.] 8 pp. 40193.98 

Relates to precautions against fire in the American Academy of Music, Phila- 
delphia. 

See and seem blind. B , Right Honourable the Lord, pseud. 

**T.77.55;etc. 
Seebach, Marie. 

New York, City. Theatres. Fourteenth Street theatre. Memoir, 
Marie Seebach. New York. [1870.] Portrait. **T.94.25; etc. 

Seilhamer, George Overcash. 

History of the American theatre. Philadelphia. Globe Printing 
House. 1888-91. 3 v. *440i.ioi;**T.74.7 

Contents. — [1.] Before the Revolution. [2.] During the Revolution and after. 
[3.] New foundations. 
An interviewer's album: comprising a series of chats with eminent 
players and playwrights. New York. Perry & Co. 1881, 82. 
128 pp. Portraits. **T.53.i3 

Contents. — Madame Achille. — Mademoiselle Augusta. — Mary Ann Horton. 

— Cornelius Mathews. — Herr Cline. — Charles R. Thorne. — Henry C. 
Timm. — John Banvard. — Anne Seguin. — ■ Alexina Fisher Baker. — Fita 
William Rosier. — Edmon S. Conner. — Benjamin A. Baker. — Anna Bishop. 

— Thomas H. Hadaway. — Alexander Allan. 

Seligman, Alice Benedict, translator. 

Lehmann, L. My path through life. New York. 1914. Portraits. 
Plates. 4043.127 

Sellar, Alexander Craig. 

The Passion-Play in the Highlands of Bavaria. Edinburgh. Black- 
wood. 1871. 62 pp. **T.97.i99 
Seltsame Leiden eines Theater-Direktors. Hoffmann. E. T. W. 

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Semper, Gottfried. 

Das Konigliche Hoftheater zu Dresden. Braunschweig. Vieweg. 
1849. (3), 20 pp. Plates. Plans. *Cab.6o.99.3 

Semper, Manfred. 

Theater. Stuttgart. Bergstrasser. 1904. viii, 523 pp. Illus. Plates. 
Plans. [Handbuch der Architektur. Theil 4. Halb-Band 6. 
Heft 5.] *8o92.52.6.Heft 5 

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. 

WoRP, J. A. De invloed van Seneca's treurspelen op ons tooneel. 
Amsterdam. 1892. 2900^44 

Sepet, Marius Cyrille Alphonse. 

Le drame chretien au moyen age. Paris. Didier & cie. 1878. xii, 

296 pp. 4676.53; **T.47-27 

Serge-Basset. See Basset, Serge. 

Serious address, A, to the frequenters of play-houses; or rather, serious 
motives to draw people to a just consideration of the folly, sin 
and danger of encouraging, and being present at those unlawful 
assemblies. [London?] Printed in the ever memorable year of 
the Scottish Rebellion. 1746. (i), 21 pp. **T.96.ii7 

Serious and earnest address. A, to the inhabitants of this city, upon a 
subject in which they are all most nearly concerned. [Edin- 
burgh. 1767.] II pp. **T.97.293 
Relates to the troubles of the Canongate Music Hall. 

Serle, Thomas James. 

The players; or, the stage of life. London. Colburn. 1847. 3 v. 
A novel of theatrical life. **T.87.I 

Serrurier, Lindor. 

De wajang poerwa, eene ethnologische studie. Leiden. Brill. 1896. 
2 v. Text, vii, (4), 352 pp. Illus. Plates, many colored. Maps; 
Atlas, 21 colored plates. *Cab.8o.29.3 

A study of the Javanese puppet plays. 
Seton, R., editor. 

Tatler, The, a miscellany of literature, fine arts, music, and theatri- 
cals. [Tri-weekly.] New series, no. 1-56, 58, 59. April 2 -Octo- 
ber 6, 1832. London. 1833. **T.25.3o 
Sevelinges, Charles Louis de. 

Le rideau leve, ou petite revue des grands theatres. [Anon.] Paris. 

Maradan. 1818. (i), 221, (i) pp. **T.76.63 

Relates to Paris. 

Same. Suivie d'une reponse au factum de M. Valabregue, et d'une 

replique d'un des chefs de son orchestre. Nouvelle edition, aug- 

mentee. Paris. Maradan. 1818. (3), 252, (i) pp. **T.77.2i 

Seven years of the King's Theatre. Ebers, J. **M.ii3.i3; etc. 

Seveste, Edmond. 

De la situation du Theatre frangais, et des ameliorations a introduire 
dans son administratior]. [Paris. 1839.] 40 pp. **T.95.7o 

Seydelmann, Carl. 

Roetscher, H. T. Seydelmann's Leben und Wirken, (nebst einer 

dramaturgischen Abhandlung iiber den Kiinstler) mit Benutzung 

und Veroffentiichung des handschriftlichen Nachlasses und der 

Briefe desselben dargestellt. Berlin. 1845. **T.55.38 

Seyfried, Ferdinand, Ritter von. 

Riickschau in das Theaterleben Wiens, seit den letzten ftinfzig 
Jahren. Wien. The Author. 1864. x, 334, (i) pp. **M.373.4i 

Another copy is on shelf-number •*G.36.2. 

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Seymour, Francis Ingram, 2d Marquis of Hertford. 

Elliston. R. W. Copy of a memorial presented to the Lord 
Chamberlain [the Marquis of Hertford] by the committee of 
management of the Theatre-Royal Drury-Lane, and by the pro- 
prietors of the Theatre-Royal Cotent-Garden. against the Olympic 
and Sans Pareil theatres; with copies of two letters, in reply by 
Robert William Elliston. London. 1818. **T.76.i28; etc. 

Plumptre, J. A letter to the most noble the Marquis of Hertford. 

Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's Household, and Master of 

the Revels, on the subject of a dramatic institution. Cambridge. 

1820. **T.76.75;etc. 

Seymour, John. 

Memoirs of the life of Eleanor Gwinn, a celebrated courtezan, in the 
reign of King Charles 11., and mistress of that monarch, f Anon.l 
London: Printed for F. Stamper. 1652. No. 6 in **G.3823.2i 

Shadow pantomimes. 

Bertrand. v., effendi. Les silhouettes animees a la main. Paris. 
1892. Illus. 4003.73 

Chase, E. F. Ballads in black. A series of original shadow panto- 
mimes, with forty-eight full-page silhouette illustrations and 
full directions for producing shadow pictures with novel effects. 
Boston. 1882. 40093.75 ;**T.99-6o 

Denier, T. The great secret of shadow pantomimes; or, harlequin 
in the shades. How to get them up and how to act them. New 
York. [1868.] Illus. No. 3 in *4504.64 

Feu le Theatre de Seraphin depuis son origine jusqu'a sa disparition. 
1 776-1870. Paris. 1872. **T.96.i45 

Frost, S. A. The book of tableaux and shadow pantomimes. New 
York. [1869.] 40093.260 

Jacob, G. Das Schattentheater, in seiner Wanderung vom Morgen- 
land zum Abendland. Vortrag. Berlin. 1901. Plate. 4001.79 

Same. Geschichte des Schattentheaters. Erweiterte Neubear- 

beitung des Vortrags Das Schattentheater in seiner Wanderung 
vom Morgenland zum Abendland. Berlin. 1907. 4009.361 

Kahle. p. E. Zur Geschichte des arabischen Schattentheaters in 
Egypten. Leipzig. 1909. 6252.113 

Kern, F. Das egyptische Schattentheater. (In Horovitz, J. Spuren 
griechischer Mimen im Orient. Pp. 98-104. Berlin. 1905.) 

3028.147 

Patterson, A. Shadow entertainments and how to work them, being 
something about shadows, and the way to make them profitable 
and funny. London. [1895?] Illus. Diagrams. 8009.49 

Riviere, H. L. La tentation de Saint-Antoine: f eerie a grand 
spectacle en 2 actes et 40 tableaux, representee pour la premiere 
fois sur le Theatre du chat noir le 28 decembre. Paris. [1887?] 
Colored plates. 4043-ii5 

Thalasso, a. Moliere en Turquie. fitude sur le theatre de Karagueuz. 
Paris. 1888. **T.56.58 

Shadow pantomimes. Bibliography. 

Jacob, G. Bibliographie iiber das Schattentheater. Erlangen. 1902. 

2173.16 

Die wichtigsten alteren Nachrichten uber das arabische Schat- 

tenspiel. Schattenspiel-Bibliographie. {In Littmann, E. Arabische 
Schattenspiele. Pp. 69-83. Berlin. 1901.) 4003.47 

Shadows of the stage. Winter, W. • 2409.130; **T.49.8; etc 

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Shakespear's-Head, Covent-Garden, London. 

Ghost of Shakespeare, pseud. Memoirs of the Shakespear's-Head, 

in Covent-Garden: in which are introduced many entertaining 

adventures, and several remarkable characters. London. 1755. 

2 V. **G.3934.2 

Shakespeare, William. 

The complete works of Shakespeare. Illustrated with steel engrav- 
ings, chiefly portraits in character of celebrated American actors, 
drawn from life, expressly for this edition. New York. Johnson 
& Co. [1856.] 3 v. Portraits. Plates. " *459i.4 

Shakespeare, William. Works about. 

Only such general works on Shakespeare as bear upon the stage of 
his day have been included in this list. These will be found under 
the heading Elizabethan theatre. For special biographical and 
critical studies of Shakespeare the catalogue of the Barton Li- 
brary sViould be consulted. 
Shakespeare, William. As an actor. 

Bruce, J. Who was "Will, my lord of Leycester's jesting player?" 
(In Shakespeare Society, London. Papers. Vol. i. pp. 88-95. 
London. 1844.) *4596.ii.i; etc. 

Fleay. F. G. a chronicle history of the life and work of William 
Shakespeare, player, poet, and playmaker. London. 1886. Por- 
trait. Plate. 2590.19; **T.55.i3i 
Shakespeare, William. Celebrations. 

Concise account, An, of Garrick's Jubilee held at Stratford-upon- 
Avon, in honour of Shakspeare, in 1769. And of the commemora- 
tive festivals in 1827 and 1830. Stratford-upon-Avon. 1830. 

No. 4 in **G.3942.3 
Drama League, The, of America. Shakespeare festival in honor of 
the poet's birthday. April 23, 1912, Lincoln Park, Chicago. Chi- 
cago. [1912.] Plans. 8076.234 
Hunter, R. E. Shakespeare and Stratford-upon-Avon, comprising 
the salient facts and traditions connected with the poet and his 
birthplace; together with a full record of the Tercentenary cele- 
bration. London. 1864. Plates. Plan. **T. 57.279; etc. 
Shakespeare, William. Fiction relating to him. 

A Beckett, A. W. William Shakespeare behind the scenes of the 

Globe Theatre. From a rare M.S. London. 1864. **T.96.268 

.Chancellor, L. B. The players of London: a tale of an Elizabethan 

smart set. New York. [1909.] Plates. *4574.i95 

Shakespeare, William. Illustrations. See Theatrical illustrations. 

Shakespeare, William. Memorials. 

Htffernan, p. Dramatic genius [containing a plan for erecting a 
temple as a memorial to Shakespeare]. London. 1770. 

**T.74.9;etc. 
Wilson, W. A house for Shakspere. A proposition for the con- 
sideration of the nation. London. 1848. **T.96.i88;ietc. 

Same. The second and concluding paper, containing a review 

of the reception of the first, and a few digressions. London. 
[1849] **T.96.i87;etc. 

Shakespeare, William. Representations of his plays. 
See also Theatrical illustrations. 

Brereton, A. Shakespearean scenes and characters: with descriptive 
notes on the plays, and the principal Shakespearean players, from 
Betterton to Irving. London. 1886. Portrait. Plates. **G.6i.7 



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Shakespeare, William. Representations of his plays. (Continued.) 

Some famous Hamlets from Burbage to Fechter. With an 

appendix giving extracts from the criticisms on Hamlet. Lon- 
don. 1884. 66oob.ii;**T.97.96 

Caine, T. H. H. Richard in and Macbeth: the spirit of romantic 
play in relationship to the principles of Greek and of Gothic art, 
and to the picturesque interpretations of Henry Irving: a dramatic 
study. London. 1877. 4594.11; **T.97.95 

CoHN, A. Shakespeare in Germany in the sixteenth and seventeenth 
centuries: an account of English actors in Germany and the 
Netherlands and of the plays performed by them during the same 
period. London. 1865. *459i-3 

Cole, J. A critique on the performance of Othello by F. W. Keene 
Aldridge, the African Roscius. Scarborough. 1831. 

No. 3 in **G.3924.i7 

Critical examination, A, of the respective performances of Mr. 
Kean & Mr. Macready, in Gibber's alteration of Shakespeare's 
historical play of King Richard the Third. London. 1819. 

**G.3937.33;etc. 

Daly, C. P. Letter to James Henry Hackett [regarding his Notes 
and comments upon certain plays and actors of Shakespeare]. 
February 24, 1863. [Copy.] **G.3930.8 

Essay, An, on acting: in which will be considered the mimical be- 
haviour of a certain fashionable faulty actor [David Garrick] ; 
to which will be added a short criticism on his acting Macbeth. 
London. 1744. **G.3925.2o 

Fechter in Hamlet and Othello. [Edinburgh. i86r.] 

No. 2 in **G.3940.i3 

Fitzgerald, P. H. Shakespearean representation: its laws and- limits. 
London. 1908. 4593.228 

Foote, S. a treatise on the passions, so far as they regard the stage : 

with a critical enquiry into the theatrical merit of Mr. G k, 

Mr. Q n, and Mr. B y. The fir^t considered in the part of 

Lear, the two last opposed in Othello. London. [1747.] 

**T.77.27^ etc. 

Frost, J. B. The greatest Hamlet, an appreciative review of 
Hamlet as presented by John E. Kellerd. Atlanta. [1915.! Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. *4590.i25 

Hackett, J. H. Notes and comments upon certain plays and actors 
of Shakespeare, with criticisms and correspondence. New York. 
1863. Portrait. **T.57.i78; etc. 

HoRNE. R. H., editor. Was Hamlet mad? Being a series of critiques 
on the acting of the late Walter Montgomery: written in Mel- 
bourne in 1867, by Archibald Michie, J. E. Neild, R. H. Home 
[etc.]. Edited by R. H. Home. London. [1871.] 4598.105 

Jenkin, H. C. F. Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth and as Queen 
Katharine. With an introduction by Brander Matthews. New 
York. 1915. **T.46.6i.3 

Jones, H. A. Municipal and repertory theatres: a lecture [com- 
paring the production of Shakespeare's plays in England and in 
Germany] delivered to the Sheffield Playgoers' Society. London. 
1913. **T.76.i86 

Jusserand, J. A. A. J. Shakespeare in France under the ancien 
regime. London. 1899. Portraits. Plates. **T.55.8o; etc 



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Shakespeare, William. Representations of his plays. (Continued.) 

Kemble & Cooke: or, a critical review of a pamphlet published 
under the title of Remarks on the character of Richard the Third, 
as played by Cooke & Kemble. With other critical remarks on 
the performances of these two gentlemen. London. [1801.] 

**T.96.3i3; etc. 

Letter, A, to Miss Nossiter. Occasioned by her first appearance 
on the stage: in which is contained remarks upon her manner of 
playing the character of Juliet. With theatrical observations. 
London. 1753. ***T.97.59; etc. 

London. Theatres. His Majesty's theatre. King John souvenir. 
Shakespeare's historical drama. King John, produced at Her 
Majesty's theatre by Herbert^ Beerbohm Tree, on the 20th of 
September, 1899. [London. 1899.] 18 photographs. **G.70.23 

London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. Souvenir of King Henry the 
Eighth, presented at the Lyceum Theatre, 5th January, 1892, by 
Henry Irving. Illustrated by J. Bernard Partridge. London. 
1892. (15) plates. 4599a.i09;**T.58.i5i 

Souvenir of Macbeth produced at the Lyceum Theatre, by 

Henry Irving, 29th December, 1888. Illustrated by Charles Catter- 
mole & J. Bernard Partridge. London. 1888. Illus. Plates. 

6594.26; **T.58. 1 49 

Martin, H. Remarks on Mr. John Kemble's performance of Hamlet 
and Richard the Third. London. 1802. **T.96.2i4; etc. 

Mason, E. T. The Othello of Tommaso Salvini. With portraits 
by Robert Frederick Blum. New York. 1890. **T.57.45 ; etc. 

Matthews, J. B. Shaksperian stage traditions. (In Matthews, J. 
B., and A. H. Thorndike, editors. Shaksperian studies. Pp. 1-27. 
New York. 1916.) 4596.159 

Merschberger, , Dr. Die Anfange Shakespeares auf der Ham- 
burger Biihne. [Hamburg. 1890.] 45900.123 

Mr. Fechter's Othello. [London. 1861.] No. 7 in **G.3940.i3; etc. 

Nicholson, B. Kemp and the play of Hamlet — Yorick and Tarlton 
— a short chapter in dramatic history. (In New Shakspere So- 
ciety. [Publications.] Series i. Transactions. No. 8. 1880-6. 
Part I., pp. 57-66. London. 1881.) *6552.io.i88o-i886.i ;etc. 

Observations on Mr. Kemble in the characters of Cato, Wolsey. and 
Coriolanus. London. 1817. No. 5 in **G.3824.3; etc. 

Odell, G. C. D. 'A midsummer night's dream' on the New York 
stage. (In Matthews, J. B., and A. H. Thorndike, editors. Shak- 
sperian studies. Pp. 117-162. New York. 1916.) 4596.159 

Ottley, H. Fechter's version of Othello critically analyzed, pre- 
fatory observations on the stage, the audience, and the critics. 
London. 1861. No. 4 in **G.3940.i3 

Pelletier, M. C. The winter's tale. As performed by the Saturday 
Morning Club. (In Bostonian, The. Vol. 2, pp. 1-16. Plates. 
Boston. 1895.) *530i.45.2 

Phelps, H. P. The stage history of famous plays. Hamlet from 
the actors' standpoint. Its representatives, and a comparison of 
their performances. New York. 1890. Portraits. 4597.116; **T. 57.41 

Pilon, F. An essay on the character of Hamlet. As performed by 
Mr. Henderson, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. Lon- 
don. [1777] No. 4in **G.3937.ii 

Pittard, J. Observations on Mr. Garrick's acting [of King Learl ; 
in a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield. London. 
1758. **T.97.ii9;etc. 

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Shakespeare, William. Rcprescntatims of his plays. (Continued.) 

PossART, K., Rittcr vox. Welches System der Scenerie ist am besten 
geeignet fitr die Darstelhing verwandlungsreicher, klassischer 
Dramen, insbesondere der Shakespeare'schen? Feslvortrag. 
Munchen. 1901. **T.77.224 

Remarks on the character of Richard the Third; as played by Cooke 
and Kemble. London. 1801. **T.96.3i4; etc. 

Ripley, P. Stage spectacles. [New York. 1868.] 

No. 15 in **G.3822.3 

Robson, S., and VV. H. Crane. Shakespeare's Comedy of errors. 
Produced by Robson and Crane. Arranged for the stage and 
illustrated by Alfred Thompson. [Prospectus. Detroit. 1885.] 
Illus. Plates. **T.94.24 

Russell, Sir E. R. Irving as Hamlet. London. 1875. **G.76.2 

ScHARF, Sir G. Recollections of the scenic effects of Covent Garden 
Theatre during the season 1838-9. London. 1839. (39) plates. 

**T.57.i 

ScHiNK, J. F. Ueber Brockmann's Hamlet. Berlin. 1778. 

**G.39i6.5 

Scott, C. W. Some notable Hamlets of the present time. London. 
1900. Portraits. 4549a.i9i 

Shakespearean actors. [Scrap-book. 18 — ?] 2 v. **G.3930.i3 

Shakspeare travestied. [Dublin. 1862.] No. 3 in **G.3940.i3 

Short criticism, A, on the performance of Hamlet by Mr. [John 
Philip] Kemble. London. 1789. No. 5 in **G.3937.ii 

Tieck, J. L. Dramaturgische Blatter. Nebst einem Anhange nach 
ungedruckter Aufsatze iiber das deutsche Theater und Berichten 
liber die englische Biihne geschrieben auf einer Reise im Jahre 
1817. Breslau. 1826-1852. 3 v. 2908.3 

Timothy, pseud. The first play of the season. [Charles Mayne 
Young in Hamlet. Edinburgh. 1828.] No. 16 in **G.3937.ii 

Vincke, C. F. G., Freiherr von. Gesammelte Aufsatze zur Biihnen- 
geschichte. Hamburg. 1893. 6892.48 

Weilen, a. W., Ritter von. Hamlet auf der deutschen Bithne bis zur 
Gegenwart. Berlin. 1908. 4593-202 

WiLMOT. . A retrospective glance at Mr. Fechter's lago, and 

acting edition of Othello. London. 1862. No. 5 in **G.3940.i3 

Winds, A. Hamlet auf der deutschen Biihne bis zur Gegenwart. 
Berlin. 1909. 6907.22 

Wingate, C. E. L. Shakespeare's heroes on the stage. New York. 
1896. Portraits. 4596.135; **T.47.90 

Shakespeare's heroines on the stage. New York. [1895.] 

Portraits. 4595-134; **T.47-89 

Winter, W. Shakespeare on the stage. New York. 191 1. Por- 
traits. 4597-165; **T.56.57 
Shakespeare, W^illiam. Shakespeare's company of actors. 

Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. The visits of Shakespeare's company 
of actors to the provincial cities and towns of England, illus- 
trated by extracts gathered from corporate records. Brighton. 
1887. ' **G.74-29 

Nicholson, B. Kemp and the play of Hamlet — Yorick and Tarlton 
— a short chapter in dramatic history. (In New Shakspere So- 
ciety. Transactions. No. 8. 1880-6. Part i, pp. 57-66. London. 
1881.) *6552.io.i88o-86.i ; etc. 

Shakespeare, William. Theatre of his time. See Elizabethan theatre. 

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Shakspeare and his contemporaries. Tegg, W. 2597.38; **T.57.273 

Shakspeare, and his latest stage interpreters. [London. 1861.] 772- 

786 pp. No. I in **G.3940.i3 

Relates chiefly to Charles Albert Fechter. Cut from Fraser's Magazine, De- 
cember, 1861 [Periodical Room *3j8y. 1.641. 
Shakspere gallery of engravings. See Tallis's Shakspere gallery of 

engravings. 
Shakespeare in Germany. 

CoHN, A. Shakespeare in Germany in the sixteenth and seventeenth 
centuries: an account of English actors in Germany and the 
Netherlands. London. 1865. *459i-3 

Merschberger, , Dr. Die Anfange Shakespeares auf der Ham- 
burger Biihne. [Hamburg. 1890.] 45903.123 
Wetlen, a. W., Ritter von. Hamlet auf der deutschen Biihne bis zur 
Gegenwart. Berlin. 1908. 4593.202 
Winds, A. Hamlet auf der deutschen Biihne bis zur Gegenwart. 
Berlin. 1909. 6907.22 
Shakespeare in Italy. 

Morley. L. C. C. Shakespeare in Italy. Stratford-upon-Avon. 1916. 
Portraits. Plate. 4598.58 

Shakespeare in Russia. 

LiRONPELLE, A. Shakespeare en Russie, 1748-1840. Paris. 1912. 

4597-222 
Shakespeare on the stage. Winter, W. 4597-i65; **T.56.57 

Shakespeare revival. The. Buckley, R. R. 4598.5° 

Shakespeare Society, London. Publications. 

Alleyn, E. The Alleyn papers. A collection of original documents 
illustrative of the life and times of Edward Alleyn, and of the 
early English stage and drama. London. 1843. 4596.53; etc. 
Armin, R. Fools and jesters; with a reprint of Robert Armin's Nest 
of ninnies. 1608. London. 1842. 4596.67; etc. 

Collier, J. P. Memoirs of Edward Alleyn. founder of Dulwich 
College: including some new particulars respecting Shakespeare. 
Ben Jonson, Massinger, &c. London. 1841. **T.55.77; etc. 

Memoirs of the principal actors in the plays of Shakespeare. 

London. 1846. **T.55.i3o; etc. 

Cunningham, P., editor. Extracts from the accounts of the Revels 
at court, in the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James I. 
London. 1842. 4596.56; etc. 

Gosson, S. The school of abuse, containing a pleasant invective 
against poets, pipers, players, jesters, &c. London. 1841. 

2575-8; etc. 
Henslowe, p. The diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 to 1609. 
Printed from the original manuscript preserved at Dulwich Col- 
lege. London. 1845. 4596.46; etc. 
Heywood, T. An apology for actors. In three books. From the 
edition of 1612. compared with that of W. Cartwright. London. 
1 841. 4575.17; etc. 
Lodge, T. A defence of poetry, music, and stage plays. London. 
1853. No. 2 in *4596.2o; etc. 
Northbrooke, J. A treatise against dicing, dancing, plays, and inter- 
ludes. With other idle pastimes. From the earliest edition, 
about A.D. 1577. London. 1843. 4596.62; **T.96.i4; etc. 
Tarlton. R. Tarlton's jests; with notes, and some account of the 
life of Tarlton. By J. O. Halliwell. London. 1844. 4596.57; etc. 



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Shakspeare travestied. (Dublin. 1862.I 170-182 pp. 

()n Fechter's Othello. No. 3 in **G.3940.I3 

Shakespeare's environment. Stopes, C. C. 4595.141 

Shakespeare's theater. Thorndike, A. H. 6595.30; etc. 

Shakespearean actors. See Elizabethan theatre; Shakespeare, William. 
Representations of his plays. 

Shakespearean playhouses. Adams, J. Q., Jr. 4594.156 

Shakespearean stage. See Elizabethan theatre. 

Shaksperian stage traditions. Matthews, J. B. 4596.159 

Sharp, Thomas. 

A dissertation on the pageants or dramatic mysteries anciently per- 
formed at Coventry, by the trading companies of that city; chiefly 
with reference to the vehicle, characters, and dresses of the actors. 
Added, the Pageant of the Shearmen & Taylors' Company, and 
other municipal entertainments of a public nature. Coventry. 
Merridew. 1825. (5), 226, (4) pp. Plates. Music. **T.42.3 

Another copy, on large paper, is on shelf-number **G.3830.2. 

Shaw, Bernard. See Shaw, George Bernard. 
Shaw, Eyre Massey. 

Fires in theatres. 2d edition. London. Spon. 1889. xx, 86 pp. 

8018.103 
Shaw, George Bernard. 

Love among the artists. Chicago. Stone & Co. 1900. viii, 3-443, 
(i) pp. **T.87.io 

A novel of stage life. 

Shaw, Robert Gould. 

Club of Odd Volumes, Boston. Exhibition of prints and playbills to 

illustrate the history of the Boston stage (1825 to 1850), from 

the collectio;i of Robert Gould Shaw. May 3 to May 8, I9i5- 

[Boston. 1915.] **Q. 17.31 

Shea, George E. 

Acting in opera: its A-B-C. With descriptive examples, practical 
hints, and numerous illustrations. New York. Schirmer. [i9i5-] 
xiii, 90 pp. Plates. 4049a.286 

Sheffield, England. Theatres. 

Theatrical Examiner, The, for Sheffield. [Weekly.] Vol. i. Oct. 
28, '1824 -Jan. 24, 1825. Sheffield. 1825. 16, 80 pp. **T.27.24; etc. 
Sheffield Playgoers' Society. 

Jones, H. A. Municipal and repertory theatres: a lecture delivered 
to the Sheffield Playgoers' Society. London. 1913. **T.76.i86 

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Butler. 

Verses to the memory of Garrick. Spoken as a monody, at the 
Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Published by T. Evans. 
1779. 15 pp. No. 2 in **G.3820.ii 

Same. 2d edition. Plate. **T.94.4 

Same. The tears of genius. A monody. On the death of Mr. Gar- 
rick. Dublin: Printed for C. Jackson by J. Byrn. 1780. 14 pp. 

**T.57.403 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Butler. Works about. 

Earle, W. Sheridan and his times. London. 1859. 2 v. Portrait. 

4549.29; **T.57.29 

Fitzgerald. P. H. The lives of the Sheridans. London. 1886. 2 v. 

Portraits. 4550.67; **T.56.233 

Same. The Sheridans. London. [190-?] 2 v. Portraits. 

Plates. *2545.25i 

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Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Butler. Works about. (Continued.) 

Heroic epistle, An, from cunning little Isaac to the modern Con- 

greve. London. 1781. No. 2 in **G.382o.9 

Moore, T. Memoirs of the life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan. 

Philadelphia. 1825. 6542.41 ; **K.33.7 

Same. 5th edition. London. 1827. 2 v. Portrait. 

**T.56.i42;etc. 
Oliphant, M. O. W. Sheridan. London. 1883. 

24493.69; **T.57.i65; etc. 

Rae, W. F. Sheridan. A biography. With an introduction by 

Sheridan's great-grandson the Marquess of Dufferin and Ava. 

London. 1856. 2 v. Portraits. Plates. **T.56.53; etc. 

Sanders, L. C. Life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan. London. [1890.] 

45403.128 
Sheridaniana ; or, anecdotes of the life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan ; 
his table-talk, and bon mots. London. 1826. Portrait. 

4549.26; **T.57.238 
SiCHEL, W. S. Sheridan. From new and original material, including 
a manuscript diary by Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. Lon- 
don. 1909. 2 V. Portraits. Plates. 2544.192 
Theatrical monopoly: being an address to the public on the present 
alarming coalition of the managers of the winter theatres. Lon- 
don. 1779. Portrait. No. 4 in **G.3824.i4; etc. 
Sheridan, Thomas. 

The buskin and sock; being controversial letters between Mr. Thomas 
Sheridan, tragedian, and Mr. Theophilus Gibber, comedian, just 
published in Dublin. Dublin printed: London reprinted for Jacob 
Robinson. 1743. (i), 56 pp. No. i in **G.3823.i6 

A full vindication of the conduct of the manager of the Theatre-Royal. 
Written by himself. Dublin: Printed by S. Powell. 1747. 19 pp. 

**T.97.46 
An humble appeal to the public, together with some considerations 
on the present critical and dangerous state of the stage in Ireland. 
Dublin: Printed. London: Re-printed for W. Faden. 1758. 

No. 6 in **G.3823.i6 

Relates particularly to the Smock Alley Theatre of which Sheridan was manager. 

A State of the case in regard to the point in dispute between Mr. 
Mosse and Mr. Sheridan. [Anon.] Dublin: Printed in the year, 
1750. 26, xix pp. No. 4 in **G.3823.i6 

Same. 2d edition. **T.57.436 

A vindication of the conduct of the late manager of the Theatre-Royal 
humbly address'd to the publick. Dublin: Printed in the year, 
1754- 23 pp. **T.77.49 

Sheridan, Thomas. Works about. 

B N^ B T. The stage : or coronation of King Tom. 

A satyr. Dublin. 1753. No. 8 in **G.3824.i7 

Gase, The, of the stage in Ireland; containing the reasons for and 
against a bill for limiting the number of theatres in Dublin; 
wherein the qualifications of a manager are considered and the 
conduct and abilities of the manager of the Theatre in Smock- 
Alley [Thomas Sheridan] are examined. Dublin. 1758. 

**T.77.7o;etc. 

Dublin in an uproar: or, the ladies robb'd of their pleasure. Being 
a full and impartial relation of the remarkable tumult that lately 
happen'd at the Dublin theatre. Dublin. [1747.] 

No. 2 in **G.3823.i6 
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Sheridan, Thomas. Works about. (Continued.) 

Lee, J. A letter from Mr. Lee to Mr. Sheridan. Dublin. 1757. 

No. 2 in **G.3824.i 
Sheridan family. 

FiTzcERALD, P. H. The lives of the Sheridans. London. 1886. 2 v. 
Portraits. 4550.67 ; **T.56.233 

Same. The Sheridans. London. [190-?] 2 v. Portraits. 

Plates. *2545.25i 

Sheridaniana; or, anecdotes of the life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan; 

his table-talk, and bon mots. London. Colburn. 1826. xi, 334 

pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 4549,26; **T.57.238 

Sherwood, Mary Neal, translator. 

Fevdeau, E. A. The ballet dancer's husband. Chicago. 1880. **T.87.72 
Shifting scenes in theatrical life. Winstanley, E. **T.88.i6; etc. 

Shinn, George Wolfe. 

The Actors' Church Alliance. [New York. 1902.] 8 pp. 5549-38 

The stage as a teacher. A sermon. Delivered in Boston, May 6, 

iQoo; New York, June 17, 1900. [Newton. 1900.] No. 2 in 3589.214 

The teaching fimction of the stage from a clergyman's standpoint. 

An essay. Boston. 1900. 28 pp. No. i in 3589.214 

Shipman, Louis Evan. 

A group of theatrical caricatures: being twelve plates by W. J. 
Gladding with an introduction and biographical sketches by Louis 
Evan Shipman. New York. 1897. viii, (i), 78, (i) pp. Portraits. 
[Dunlap Society. Publications.] **T.95.i7 

The true adventures of a play. New York. Kennerley. 1914. 181, 
(i) pp. Portraits. Colored plates. Facsimiles. 4409b. 231 

The play was D'Arcy of the guards. 

Shirley, James. 

Nason, a. H. James Shirley, dramatist. A biographical and critical 
study. New York. 1915. Portraits. 4544.215 

Short, Josephine Helena. 

Oberammergau. New York. Crowell & Co. [1910.] x, 84 pp. Por- 
traits. Plates. 48793.102 

An account of the Passion Plaj'. 

Short criticism. A, on the performance of Hamlet by Mr. [John Philip] 
Kemble. London: Printed for T. Hookham. 1789. (9), 21 pp. 

No. 5 in**G.3937.ii 
Short struggle. A, for stage or no stage. Mansel. R. **T.96.63; etc. 

Short view, A, of the immorality, and profaneness of the English stage. 
Collier, J. **T.77,34; etc. 

Shorte treatise. A, against stage-playes. [London.] Printed in 1625. 
28 pp. **G.382i.i3 

Show folks. The! Egan, P., the Elder. 6579.13; **T.98.56; etc. 

Showman's daughter, The. Graham, S. **T.87.8 

Showman's guide, The. Brown, T. A. **T.77.20o 

Shuter, Edward. 

Stevens. G. A. The dramatic history of Master Edward, Miss Ann, 
and others, the extraordinaries of these times. London. 1786. 
Plates. **G.3977.i7 

Shuttleworth, Henry Cary. editor. 

Diary, The, of an actress; or, realities of stage life. London. 1885. 

**T.58.iio 
Sizimese twins. 

Account, An, of Chang and Eng, the world renowned Siamese twins. 
New York. 1853. Plates. Portraits. 6246.24 

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Siamese twins. (Continued.) 

Hale, J. W. An historical account of the Siamese twin brothers 
from actual observation. New- York. 1831. *6242.8; etc. 

The Siamese twins, Chang and Eng. A biographical sketch. With 
sketches of the lives of Miss Swan, the Nova-Scotian giantess, 
and Zoebida Luti, the lady of beauty. London. [1869.] Por- 
traits. **T.56.234 
Siccard von Siccardsburg, August von. 

Das k.k. Hof-Opernhaus in Wien. Von Van der Niill und von 
Siccardsburg. Wien. Lehmann. 1885. (19) pp. 80 plates. 
[Wiener Monumental-Bauten. i.] *Cab.6o.50.i 

Sichel, Walter Sydney. 

Sheridan. From new and original material, including a manuscript 
diary by Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. London. Constable 
& Co., Ltd. 1909. 2 V. Portraits. Plates. 2544.19a 

Sicily. Theatres. 

Jones, H. F. Diversions in Sicily. London. 1909. 4768.85 

Siddons, Harriet. 

Report of the trial of the proceedings in the action of suspension 
and interdict at the instance of Mrs. H. Siddons, of the Theatre 
Royal, against Corbet Ryder, of the Caledonian Theatre. Edin- 
burgh. 1825. **T.76.4i 
Siddons, Henry, editor. 

Engel, J. J. Practical illustrations of rhetorical gesture and action; 
adapted to the English drama: from a work on the subject by M. 
Engel. London. 1807. Plates. **T.76.i93; etc. 

Siddons, Maria. 

Knapp, O. G., editor. An artist's love story. Told in the letters of 
Sir Thomas Lawrence, Mrs. Siddons and her daughters. New 
York. 1904. Portraits. 4545-i9o; **T.56.335 

Siddons, Sarah Kemble. 

Beauties, The, of Mrs. Siddons. See below: Observations on Mrs. 

Siddons. 
BoADEN, J. Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons. Interspersed with anecdotes 
of authors and actors. London. 1827. 2 v. Portrait. 

**T.56.2ii;etc. 
Same. Mrs. Sarah Siddons. London. [190-?] 2 v. Por- 
traits. Plates. *2545.252 
Campbell, T. Life of Mrs. Siddons. London. 1834. 2 v. Portrait. 

**T.55.iio;etc. 
Edwin's Pills to purge melancholy: containirfg all the songs sung 
by Mr. Edwin; with an humourous account of Mrs. Siddons's first 
reception in Dublin. London. 1788. Portrait. **T.96.2H 

Fitzgerald, P. H. The Kembles. An account of the Kemble family, 
including the lives of Mrs. Siddons, and John Philip Kemble. 
London. [1871.] 2 v.' Portraits. Facsimiles. 

6543-15; **T.56.2i7; etc. 
Galindo, C. Mrs. Galindo's Letter to Mrs. Siddons: being a circum- 
stantial detail of Mrs. Siddons's life for the last seven years; with 
several of her letters. London. 1809. **T.96.338; etc. 

Hicks, J. Performances in London of Mrs. Siddons and Mr. John 
Philip Kemble. Collected from the bills by John Hicks circa 
1821. Manuscript. N. p. [1821.] **T.52.6 

Jenkin, H. C. F. Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth and as Queen 
Katharine. With an introduction by Brander Matthews. New 
York. 1915. **T.46.6i.3 

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Siddons, Sarah Kemble. (Continued.) 

Kennard. N. H. Mrs. Siddons. Boston. 1887. 255ob.79; etc. 

Knapp, O. G., editor. An artist's love story. Told in the letters of 
Sir Thomas Lawrence, Mrs. Siddons and her daughters. New 
York. 1904. Portraits. 4545-i9o; **T.56.335 

Ob.-^ervations on Mrs. Siddons, in the following characters: Margaret 
of Anjou, Belvidera, Jane Shore, Lady Randolph. Isabella and 
Zara. Dublin. 1784. **T.57.i35 

Same. Beauties, The, of Mrs. Siddons; or, a review of her 

performance of the characters of Belvidera, Zara, Isabella, 
Margaret of Anjou, Jane Shore, and Lady Randolph; in letters 
from a lady of distinction, to her friend in the country. London. 
1786. **T.56.i55;etc. 

Parsons, F. M. The incomparable Siddons. London. [1909.] Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.56.io7; etc. 
Whalley, T. S. Verses addressed to Mrs. Siddons. on her being 
engaged at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, in 1782. London. 
1782. **T.54-5 
Wonderful secrets. The, of stage trick; or a peep behind the curtain. 
[London. 1793.] **T.56.304 
Siddons, Sarah Martha. 

Knapp, O. G., editor. An artist's love Story. Told in the letters of 
Sir Thomas Lawrence, Mrs. Siddons and her daughters. New 
York. 1904. Portraits. 4545-i9o; **T.56.335 

Siebs, Theodor. 

Deutsche Biihnenaussprache. Ergebnisse der Beratungen zur aus- 

gleiclienden Regelung der deutschen Biihnenaussprache die vom 

14. bis 16. April 1898 zu Berlin stattgefunden haben. Im Auftrage 

der Kommission [des deutschen Biihnenvereins] herausgegeben. 

2. Auflage. Berlin. Ahn. 1901. 103 pp. 2886.88 

Deutsche Biihnenaussprache nach den Beratungen zur ausgleichenden 

Regelung der deutschen Biihnenaussprache, die im April 1898 in 

Berlin unter Mitwirkung der Herren Graf Von Hochberg, Freiherr 

von Ledebur, Dr. Tempeltey, Prof. Dr. Sievers, Prof. Dr. Luick, 

Prof. Dr. Siebs, und nach den ergahzenden Verhandlungen, die 

im Marz 1908 in Berlin mit der Genossenschaft deutscher 

Biihnenangehoriger bearbeitet. 8. und 9. Auflage den Gesang 

berucksichtigend und mit kurzem Aussprachworterbuche versehen. 

Koln a. Rh. Ahn. 1910. (2), 232 pp. ' 2887.35 

Sifflet, Le, au theatre. Rodocanachi, E. P. 2671.171 

Signora, a child of the opera house. KNOBBt, G. *24o6.i87 

Sikes, Olive. See Logan, Olive. 

Silhouettes, Les, animees a la main. Bertrand, V., effendi. 4003.73 

Silhouettes parisiennes. Audouard, F. O. **T.57.i29 

Sillard, Robert M. 

Barry Sullivan and his contemporaries. A histrionic record. Lon- 
don. Unwin. 1901. 2 v. Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. 

4545.176; **T.56.30 
Simonnin, Antoine Jean Baptiste. 

Du public, de I'autorite et du theatre, en 1821. Paris. Ladvocat. 
[1821?] viii, 43 pp. No. 10 in **G.3562.i 

On the theatre in France, particularly the Comedie frangaise. 

Simonnin, J. See Simonnin, Antoine Jean Baptiste. 
Simpson, Arthur. 

Secret memoirs of Madame Catalani. Bath. Gye. 1811. vii, 46 pp. 

No. 7 in **M.i44.i8 
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Simpson, David. 

A discourse on stage entertainments. Birmingham: Printed and sold 
by M. Swinney. 1788. 88 pp. **T.96.78 

Simpson, Edwin. 

The dramatic unities in the present day. London. Triibner & Co. 
1874. (3), 100 pp. 2576.63; **T.48.i 2 

Simpson, Harold. 

Yvette Guilbert: struggles and victories. By Yvette Guilbert and 
Harold Simpson. London. Mills & Boon, Ltd. [igio.] vi, 348 
pp. Portraits, some colored. Manuscript facsimiles. **T.56.35 

Contents. — Struggles and victories of my life. By Yvette Guilbert. — The life 
of Yvette Guilbert. By Harold Simpson. 

Yvette Guilibert's article is in French with an English translation on the 
opposite pages. 

Simpson, Harold, editor. 

Calvert, A. H. Sixty-eight years on the stage. London. [1911.] 
Portraits. Plates. **T.56.34 

Simpson, J. Bell. 

Literary and dramatic sketches. Glasgow. Bryce. 1872. (5), 150 
pp. **T.97.ii7 

Contains, among other things, essays on Stock companies, The illegitimate 
drama. Drawing-room comedy, and A painted world. 

Simpson, Robert. 

A solemn warning against theatres and races. A sermon preached 
in Derby, August 2nd, 1829. Derby. The Author. [1829.] 23 pp. 

**T.96.65 
Sims, George Robert. 

Without the limelight. Theatrical life as it is. London. Chatto & 
Windus. 1900. vi, (i), 208 pp. **T.87.2i 

Contents. — The Christmas fairy. — Two New Year's days. — At the agent's 
— A great success. — A Sunday journey. — 'Resting.' — Jonah. — The joint 
engagement. — Among the wreckage. — The story of a scenario. — She would 
be an actress. — 'Hereinafter called the artist.' 

Zeph: a circus story, etc. A new edition. London. Chatto & 
Windus. 1892. vi, 279 pp. **T.88.i2 

Contoits. — Zeph. — Jo Powell's pilgrimage. — Urbain and Isette. — My dog 
Pickle. — A tale of italics. — Mr. Strickland's black eye. — Her Royal Highness's 
husband. — The old lady opposite. — One winter night. — Jack Palmer's little 
trick. — The peculiar nose; or, the hangman's daughter. 

Sin, The, and danger of frequenting the theatre. [Sunderland. 1828.] 
16 pp. **T.96.58 

A collection of e.xtracts from various authors. 

Singers. 

Bremont, a., Comtesse de. The world of music. Vol. 2: Great singers. 
London. 1892. 8049.120; **M. 109. 27.2 

Buck, L. W. B. Some players. Personal sketches. Chicago. 1899. 
Portraits. **T.55.6; etc. 

Campardon, L. E. L'Academie royale de musique au xviiie siecle. 
Documents inedits decouverts aux archives nationales. Paris. 
1884. 2 V. **M,372.i6 

Claqueur patente, Un, pseud. Nouvelle grande biographic dramatique, 
ou silhouette des acteurs, chanteurs, danseurs, de 1825 a 1830, de 
Paris et des departemens. Paris. 1851. **T.59.26 

Clayton, E. C. Queens of song: being memoirs of the most cele- 
brated female vocalists who have appeared on the lyric stage, 
from the earliest days of opera to the present time. London. 1863. 
2 V. Portraits. **M. 106.13; etc. 

CuRZON, E. H. P. DE. Croquis d'artistes. Paris. 1898. 16 portraits. 

**M.373.2 
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Singers. (Continued.) 

Deville, p. F. a. Arnoldiana, ou Sophie Arnould et ses contempo- 
raines. Paris. 1813. Portrait. **M.377.2i 

Edwards, H. S. The prima donna; her history and surroundings 
from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. London. 1888. 
2 V. 4044-83; **M.37i-52 

EscuDiER, L., and M. Escudier. £tudes biographiques sur les chan- 
teurs contemporains. Paris. 1840. Portraits. 

8049.58; **M. 1 693.20 

Vie et aventures des cantatrices celebres precedecs des 

musiciens de I'Empire et suivies de la vie anecdotique de Paganini. 
Paris. 1856. **M.io8.38 

EzvAR Du Favl, . Academie nationale de musique, 1671-1877. 

200 notices sur les artistes de I'Opera. Paris. 1878. Plates. 
Plans. 26393.55;** M.I 29a. 1 1 

Farrar. G. The story of an American singer by herself. Boston. 
1916. Portraits. Plates. 4047-330 

Ferris, G. T. Great singers. New York. 1880,81. 2 v. 4049.75:610. 

French, C. E. A year of opera at the Castle Square Theatre, from 
May 6, '95, to May 6, '96. Containing portraits and sketches of 
the principal singers, and a record of the casts of characters of 
the various operas produced, with a short story of each. ■ Boston. 
1896. Portraits. 8048.69; etc. 

Grau, R. Forty years observation of music and the drama. New 
York. 1909. Portraits. 4045-i72 

Houssaye, a. Princesses de comedie et deesses d'opera. Paris, i860. 
Plate. 4693-1.5; **T.56.32o; etc. 

KoBBE, G. Opera singers. A pictorial souvenir, with biographies 
of some of the most famous singers of the day. Boston. [1906.] 
Portraits. 40403.1 18 ; etc. 

KOHUT, A. Die Gesangskoniginnen in den letzten drei Jahrhunderten. 
Berlin. [1906.] 2 v. Illus. Portraits. 4045-i7i 

Laget, A. Le chant et les chanteurs. Paris. [1874.] **M. 144.20 

Lahee, H. C. Famous singers .of today and yesterday. Boston. 
1898. Portraits. 4049a-36 

Laroque, a. Acteurs et actrices de Paris. Paris. 1888. 

**T.56.262 ; etc. 

Lyden, E. F. M. de. Le theatre d'autrefois et d'aujourd'hui. Can- 
tatrices et comediens. 1532-1882. Paris. 1882. **M.i27.29 

Mackinlay, M. S. Antoinette Sterling and other celebrities. Stories 
and impressions of artistic circles. London. 1906. Illus. Por- 
traits. 4044.126 

Garcia the centenarian and his times. Edinburgh. 1908. Por- 
traits. 4047.302 

Martin, J. Nos artistes. Portraits et biographies. Paris. 1895. 
Portraits. **T.59.47 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Figures d' Opera-comique: Madame 
Dugazon, EUeviou, les Gavaudan. Paris. 1875. Portraits. 

**M.i37.2 

Rogers, F. Some famous singers of the 19th century. New York. 
[1914.] Portraits. 40493.297 

Santlev, Sir C. Reminiscences of my life. London. 1909. Por- 
traits. Plates. 4047.289 
Schwab, F. A. Singers of the [19th] century. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. (In The music of the modern world. Vol. i. New York. 
[1895.]) **M.i4.i.i 
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Singers. (Continued.) 

Strang, L. C. Prima donnas and soubrettes of light opera and 
musical comedy in America. Boston. 1900. Portraits. 

4048.183; **T.58.26 
Thurner, a. Les reines du chant. Paris. 1883. Portraits. 

4047.81; **M. 127.17 
Wagnalls, M. Stars of the opera. A description of operas & a 
series of personal interviews with Marcella Sembrich, Emma 
Eames, Emma Calve, Lillian Nordica, Lilli Lehmann, Geraldine 
Farrar & Nellie Melba. New York. 1907. Portraits. *4049a.346 
Wild, C, comp<iler. Bayreuth 1894. Manuel pour les visiteurs de 
Bayreuth. Leipzig. [1894.] Illus. Portraits. Plan. 

No. I in **M.37o.7i 
Singers. Biography. Individual. (Arranged by subjects.) 

Abbott, Emma. Lippincott, S. J. Emma Abbott, prima donna. 
[New York. 1879.] No. i in *6242.59 

Martin, S. E. The life and professional career of Emma 

Abbott. Minneapolis. 1891. Portraits. 4344.145; **M. 143.25 

Belocca, Anna de. Berlioz, V. Anna de Belocca: a biographical 
sketch. [New York. 1876.] 4048.76; **M.ii5.4 

Billington, Elizabeth. Answer, An, to the Memoirs of Mrs. Billing- 
ton. With the life and adventures of Richard Daly, Esq., and an 
account of the present state of the Irish theatre. London. 1792. 

**T.56.338;etc. 

[Biographical notices, portraits, programmes, etc., relating 

to Elizabeth Billington. London? 185-?] Portraits. **M.Cab.2.i 

Memoirs of Mrs. Billington. London. 1792. Portrait. 

**T.56.332;etc. 

Bishop, Anna. Foster, G. G. Biography of Anna Bishop, the cele- 
brated cantatrice. [New York. 1853.] No. 2 in **M. 373.63 

Blasis, Virginia. Blasis, C, compiler. Biografia di Virginia Blasis 
e onori poetici. Milano. 1853. Portrait. **T.56.3i8 

Calve, Emma. Gallus, A. Emma Calve. New York. 1902. Illus. 
Portraits. 4041. 116 

Capoul, Joseph Amedee Victor. Grand, G. Victor Capoul. Paris. 
1877. Portrait. No. 3 in **M. 128.31 

Carvalho, Marie Caroline Felix Miolan. Leprieur-Accoyer, E. M^ne 
Carvalho. Notes et souvenirs. Paris. 1885. Portrait. 

**T.58.i33;**M.377.63 

Catley, Ann. Ambross, Miss . The life and memoirs of the late 

Miss Ann Catley, the celebrated actress. London. [1790?] Por- 
trait. **T.56.i79;etc. 

— . — Life, The, of Miss Anne Catley. London. 1888. Portrait. 

**M.377.43 

Crouch, Anna Maria. Young, M. J. Memoirs of Mrs. Crouch. 
Including a retrospect of the stage during the years she per- 
formed. London. 1806. 2 v. Portrait. **T.58.99; etc. 

Duprez, Gilbert Louis. Duprez, G. L. Souvenirs d'un chanteur. 
Paris. 1880. 4046.55; **M.ii8.5 

Elwart, a. a. £. Duprez: sa vie artistique. Avec une bio- 
graphic de son maitre Alexandre Choron. Paris. 1838. Portraits. 

No. I in **M. 1293.33 

Garat, Dominique Pierre Jean. Miall, B. Pierre Garat, singer 

and exquisite: his life and his world (1762-1823). New York. 

1913. Portraits. Plates. 2643.159 



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Singers. Biograf^hy. Individual. (Arranged by subjects.) (Continued.) 

Gigliucci, Clara Anastasia, Contessa. GiGLiucci, C. A., Contessa. Clara 

Novello's reminiscences. With a memoir by A. D. Coleridge. 

•^ Lo ndon. 1910. Portraits. Plate. 4044.120 

^^^Hall, Pauline Margaret. Hall, P. M. Life of Pauline Mark.hara 

— .— [pseud.]. Written by herself. New York. 1871. Portrait. 

**T.97.i98 
Hasse, Faustina- Bordoijf'i. Nigglp, A. . Faustina .3o.rdoni-Hasse. 
Line Pr^piadonina, de^ achtzehnten Jahrhunderts. (In Sammlung 
niusikalischer V'ortrage. Neue Reihe. Pp. 261-318. Leipzig. 
1880.) **M.io5.3-2;etc. 

Hayes, Catherine. Memoir of Miss Catherine Hayes, "the Swan of 
Erin," by a contributor to the Dublin University magazine. Lon- 
don. [1852?] Portrait. 4591.11 ; **M.i32.i8 

Miss Catherine Hayes. [A biographical sketch. Melbourne. 

185-?] No. I in **M.i49.8 

Opinions of the press on the performances of Miss Catherine 

Hayes in London, and in the chief cities and towns of Ireland. 
London. 1851. 4049a.iii 

Huntington, Agnes. Miss Agnes Huntington. London press 

notices on her operatic performances in "Paul Jones." London. 

1890. **T.96.234 

Kraepelin, Carl Wilhelm. Mueller, C. F. Karl Kraepelin. Zur 

Erinnerung an sein Leben und seine kiinstlerische Thatigkeit. 

Hamburg. 1884. Portraits. **T.97.86 

Krauss, Marie Gabrielle. Charnace, G. de. Les etoiles du chant 

[Patti, Nilsson, Gabrielle Krauss]. Paris, i860. Portraits. M.196.1 

Gabrielle Krauss. [Biographic. Paris. 187-?] 

No. 4 in **M. 134.9 

Lehmann, Lilli. Lehmann, L. Mein Weg. Leipzig. 1913. Portraits. 

Plates. 4043.125 

Same. My path through life. New York. 1914. Por- 
traits. Plates. 4043.127 

Lind, Jenny. Becher, A. J. Jenny Lind. Eine Skizze ihres Lebens 
und ihrer Laufbahn bis auf die neueste Zeit. 2. vermehrte Auf- 
lage. Wien. 1847. Portrait. No. 7 in **M.372.i8 

Benedict, Sir ]. Jenny Lind. [New York. 1881.] Portrait. 

No. 4 in **M.372.i8 

Haweis, H. R. Jenny Lind. [London. 1891.] 

, No., 5 in **M.372.i8 

Rosenberg, C. G. Jenny Lind in America. New York. 1851. 

Portrait. 4468.30; **M. 149a. 6 

Willis, N. P. Memoranda of the life of Jenny Lind. Phila- 
delphia. 1851. Portraits. **M. 108.24 

Malibran, Maria Felicita Garcia. Barbieri, G. Notizie biografiche 
di M. F. Malibran. Milano. 1836. Portrait. No. 3 in **M. 125. 7 

Bertrand, J. La Malibran. Anecdotes. Paris. 1864. Por- 
trait. **M. 128.59 

Bunn, a. a grand commemoration of the departed genius 

of music! . . . Malibran. [Verses.] London. [1836.] Plate. 

**T.36.7i ; No. 2 in M. 147.34 

Husk, W. H., editor. Templeton & Malibran. Reminiscences, 

with original letters & anecdotes. London. [1880.] Portraits. 

4057-39;**M. 149.29 

Legouve, G. J. B. E. W. Maria Malibran. Paris. [1880.] 

4669.66; **M.i09.i4; etc. 
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Singers. Biography. Individual. (Arranged by subjects.) (Continued.) 

Merlin, M. de S. C, Comtcssc de. Memoirs and letters of 

Madame Malibran. Philadelphia. 1840. 2 v. 4049.265; etc. 

Nathan, I. Memoirs of Madame Malibran de Beriot. Lon- 
don. 1836. No. I in **M, 147.3,1; etc. 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. a. A. Marie Malibran. The story of a 

great singer. London. 191 1. Portrait. 4047.303 

[Press notices on the life and death of Madame Malibran. 

London. 1836?] **M.376.22 

Mara, Gertrud Elisabeth. Niggli, A. Gertrud Elisabeth Mara: 
eine deutsche Kiinstlerin des 18. Jahrhunderts. [Leipzig. 1881.] 

No. 8 in **M.2i5.4 

Ungern-Sternberg, a., Frcihcrr von. Kiinstlerbilder. Band i : 

Gertrud Mara. Leipzig. 1861. 6898.144.1 

Mario, Giuseppe, Conte di Candia. Pearse, Mrs. G., and F. Hird. 

The romance of a great singer. A memoir of Mario. London. 

1910. Portraits. Plates. 4048.336 

Maurel, Victor. Maurel, V. Dix ans de carriere. Paris. [1897.] 

Portraits. 40493.138 

Melba, Nellie Mitchell, called Melba. Murphy, A. G. Melba: a 

biography. New York. 1909. 4048.337 

Nilsson, Christine. Charnace, G. de. A star of song! The life of 

Christina Nilsson. New York. 1870. Portrait. 

4048.37; No. I in **M.207.26 

Les etoiles du chant [Patti, Nilsson, Gabrielle Kraussl. 

Paris, i860. Portraits. **M.i96.i 

Nourrit, Adolphe. Boutet de Monvel, £. Un artiste d'autrefois. 
Adolphe Nourrit: sa vie et sa correspondance. Paris. 1903. Por- 
traits. 40493.241 

QuiCHERAT, L. M. Adolphe Nourrit: sa vie, son talent, son 

caractere, sa correspondance. Paris. 1867. 3 v. Portrait. 

**M.ii4.i 

Parodi, Teresa. Pray, I. C. Teresa Parodi and the Italian opera. 

New York. 1851. Portraits. **M. 105.30 

Paton, Mary Anne. Memoir of Mr. and Mrs. Wood, containing an 

account of the principal events in the lives of these celebrated 

vocalists; and a full statement of the popular disturbance at the 

Park Theatre, New York. Boston. [1840.] No. i in **M.377.53 

Patti, Adelina. Charnace, G. de. Les etoiles du chant [Patti, 

Nilsson, Gabrielle Krauss]. Paris, i860. Portraits. M.196.1 

Dalamazzo, D. E. M. The life of Adelina Patti. [London. 

1877.] Portrait. No. i in **M. 139.19 

Grave, T. de. Biographic d'Adelina Patti. Paris. 1865. 

**M. 104.17 

Lauw, L. Fourteen years with Adelina Patti. London. 1884. 

4049.96; **M. 146.12 

MoRTiER, M. Biographical sketch of Madame Adelina Patti. 

[New York. 1882.] Portrait. 4049.110; No. 8 in **M.207.26 

Strakosch, C. L. Italian opera as illustrated by Adelina 

Patti. (/« The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 6-10. New 
York. [1895.1 nius. Portraits.) **M.i4.i.i 

Vacano, E. a. F. Der Roman der Adelina Patti. Nach 

spanischen, englischen und miindlichen Quellen. Wien. 1875. 
Illus. Portraits. 4041.102 

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Singers. Biography. Individual. (Arranged by subjects.) (Continued.) 

Paulet, Lavinia, Duchess of Bolton. Pearce, C. "E. "Polly Peachum," 
being the story of Lavinia Fenton (Duchess of Bolton) and 
"The beggar's opera." New York. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 

4574-176 

Phillipps, Adelaide. Waterston, A. C. Q. Adelaide Phillipps. Bos- 
ton. 1883. 4345.81 ;**M.ioi. 10; etc. 

Reeves, John Sims. Edwards. H. S. The life and artistic career of 
Sims Reeves. London. 1881. 4049.85; No. 2 in M. 139.19 

Rubini, Giovanni Battista. Locatelli, A. Cenni biografici sulla 
straordinaria carriera teatrale percorsa da Gio. Battista Rubini. 
Milano. 1844. No. 4in **M.207.9 

St. Huberty. Antoinette Cecile. Goncourt, E. L. A. H. de. Madame 
Saint-Huberty. D'apres sa correspondance et ses papicrs de 
famine. Paris. 1885. **M.377.57 

Schick, Margarete Luise. Levezow, C. von. Leben und Kunst der 
Frau Margarete Luise Schick. Berlin. 1809. 

No. 4 in **M.i45.20 

Schroeder-Devrient, Wilhelmine. Ellet, E. F. Wilhelmine Schroder- 
Devrient. New York. 1845. No. 18 in **G.3930.i3-2 

Gluemer, C. von. Erinnerungen an Wilhelmine Schroder- 

Devrient. Leipzig. 1862. Portrait. **M.i09.28; etc. 

Sontag, Henriette Gertrude Walpurgis, 'Confcssa di Rossi. Gundling, 
J. Henriette Sontag. Kiinstlerlebens Anfange in Federzeich- 
nungen. Leipzig. 1861. 2 v. **M. 377.5 

Life of Henriette Sontag, Countess de Rossi. With sketches 

by Scudo, Berlioz... New York. 1852. Portrait. 

No. I in **M. 144.12 

Memoir, A, of the Countess de Rossi CMadame Sontag). 

[London. 1850.] **M. 1293.10 

Stuemcke, H. C. a. Henriette Sontag. Ein Lebens- und 

Zeitbild. Berlin. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 6907.30 

Stoltz, Rosine. Perignon, E. Rosine Stoltz. [Paris.] 1847. 

No. 7 in **M. 197.3 

Strakosch, Clara Louise. Strakosch, C. L. Memoirs of an Ameri- 
can prima donna. New York. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 4045.155 

Tamburini, Antonio. Biez, J. de. Tamburini et la musique italienne. 
Paris. 1877. Portrait. 27493.51; No. 4 in **M, 128.31 

Maccolini. G. Delia vita e dell' arte di Antonio Tamburini 

fino al giugno del 1842. Breve commentario. Faenza. [1842.] 

4049.187 
Templeton, John. Husk, W. H., editor. Templeton & Malibran. 

Reminiscences, with original letters & anecdotes. London. 

[1880.] Portraits. 4057.39; **M.i49.29 

Theresa, Emma Valadon, called Mademoiselle Theresa. Monnier, 

V. Theresa et ses memoires. Paris. 1865. Portrait. **T.97.274 

Morel, H. Nouveaux memoires de Theresa. Paris. 1868. 

Portrait. **T.57.i6 

Viardot, Michelle Pauline Garcia. LiPSius, M. Pauline Viardot- 

Garcia. (In Sammlung musikalischer Vortrage. Reihe 4. pp. 

259-278. Leipzig. 1882.) **M.io5.3.4 
Singers. Portraits. 

Beauties of the stage. N. Y. [187-?] Portraits. **T.53.6 

Boston Budget, The. Grand opera number. 1902, 1903. Boston. 

1902, 03. 2 V. Portraits. *4040.42 

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Singers. Portraits. (Continued.) 

Freund's Musical Weekly. Business Bureau. Souvenir. Opera 
season, 1893-1894. Portraits of prominent artists. New York. 
1894. 15 portraits. No. 2 in **M.372.S5 

Mason, H. L. Opera stories of 100 operas; also portraits of leading 
singers, and of the managing directors of the Boston Opera Com- 
pany, the Metropolitan Opera Company and the Chicago Opera 
Company. Boston. 1910. 4044.103 

Stories of the operas produced by the Metropolitan Opera 

Company and by the Damrosch Opera Company, 1895-96. Boston. 
[1896.] No. 3 in **M.372.55 

Opera, L': eaux-fortes et quatrains. Paris. 1876. 51 portraits. 

**M.ii9.ii 

Operatic & dramatic album. The. [London. 1877?"] (53) portraits. 

**T.5i.io 

Stephens. R. N. Queens of song. Portraits designed and etched on 
copper by F. L. Kirkpatrick and C. A. Worrall. Troy. [1889.] 
Illus. Portraits. *4040.ii7 

Sinks, Perry Wayland. 

Popular amusements and the Christian life. New York. Fleming 
H. Revell Co. [1896.] 176 pp. 3589.143 

Includes one chapter in opposition to the theatre. 

Sittard, Josef. 

Zur Geschichte der Musik und des Theaters am wiirttembergischen 
Hofe. Nach Originalquellen. Stuttgart. Kohlhammer. 1890, 91. 
2 V. in I. **T.75.57 

Contents. — i. 1458-1733- 2. 1733-1793- 

Sittenberger, Hans. 

Die Wahrheit auf der Biihne. Eine Studie. Wien. Bauer. 1893. 
34 pp. **T.75.26 

Content.^. — Biihne und Biihnenspiel. — Die dramatische Composition. 

Sittenfeld, Conrad. (Conrad Alberti.) 

Ohne Schminke! Wahrheiten iiber das moderne Theater. Dresden. 

Pierson. 1887. 119 pp. **T.97.85 

Same. 2. Auflage. 1889. **T.96.226 

Six years of drama at the Castle Square Theatre. [Anon.] . See French, 

Charles Elwell. 
Sixty-eight years on the stage. Calvert, A. H. **T.56.34 

Sixty years of the theater. TowsE, J. R. 6257.109 

Skelton, Edward Oliver. 

Historical review of the Boston Bijou Theatre, with the original 
casts of all the operas that have been produced at the Bijou. 
Boston. Skelton. 1884. (72) pp. Portraits. Plates. **T.95.53 

Another copy is on shelf-number *4452.45. 

Skelton, Sir John. 

Early English life in the drama. [Edinburgh. 1857.] 42-94 pp. 

No. 9 in **G.3822.i 

Cut from Edinburgh essavs bv members of the university, 1856 [2555.17; 
**G.3853.3]. 

Sketch of the history of the Edinburgh Theatre-Royal. [Anon.l See 

Chambers, Robert. 
Sketch, A, of the life of James William Wallack, (Senior), late actor 

and manager. [Anon.] See Morrell, Thomas H. 
Sketch of the life of the late Mr. Hodgkinson. [Philadelphia. 1810.I 

Unpaged. **T.56.i48 

Cut from The Mirror of Taste and Dramatic Censor, March - Nov. 1810 
[**T.26.34.i,2]. 

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Sketch of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners of 
Charles S. Stratton, the man in miniature known as General Tom 
Thumb. With some account of remarkable dwarfs, giants, & 
other human phenomena, of ancient and modern times. New- 
York. Van Norden & Amerman. 1847. 22 pp. **T.58.6o 
Same. 24 pp. No. 29 in *6242.52 
Same. London. Brettell. 1857. 32 pp. Portraits. Manuscript fac- 
simile. **T.58.59 
Same. New York. Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas, i860. 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 8 in *4346.46. **T.58.6l 

Sketch of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners of 
Charles S. Stratton, the man in miniature, known as General Tom 
Thumb, and his wife, Lavinia Warren Stratton, including the his- 
tory of their courtship and marriage; also, of Commodore Nutt 
and Minnie Warren; with some account of remarkable dwarfs, 
giants, & other human phenomena, of ancient and modern times. 
Also, songs given at their public levees. New York. Wynkoop. 
Hallenbeck & Thomas. 1863. 48 pp. Ulus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.58.62 

Same. New York. Wynkoop & Hallenbeck. 1869. 47 pp. Plate. 

The title varies. The date on the cover is 1867. **T.59.63 

Sketches from Bohemia. Fitz-Gerald, S. J. A. **T.97.276 

Sketches from the footlights. Raymond, R. G.. compiler. 

No. 2 in **T.97.304 
Sketches from the life of Dan Rice, the Shakespearian jester & original 
clown. Albany. James. 1849. 93 PP- Portrait. Plates. **T.56.i53 
Skewball, Peter, pseud. 

A catalogue of curiosities, chiefly theatrical, which are to be sold by 
auction; being part of the effects of a virtuoso, lately deceased. 
London: Printed for M. Cooper. 1748. 22 pp. **T.57.i4i 

A list of imaginary articles satirizing- the leading actors of the day. .\noither 
copy is on shelf-number No. ii in ''G. 3824.16. 

Slaves of the sawdust. Reade, A. **T.87.27 

Sleeping Beauty, The, and the Beast. 

Wood, J. H., and A. Collins. The true story of the Sleeping Beauty 
and the Beast. [London. 1900.] Illus. Plates. **T.49.io 

Sleight of hand. See Legerdemain. 
Slevin, James. 

On picture-play writing. A hand-book of workmanship. Cedar 
Grove, N. J. Farmer Smith, Inc. [1912.] 92 pp. 80393.60 

Sloper, William. 

Account, An, of the life of that celebrated actress. Mrs. Susannah 

Maria Cibber with anecdotes. Also, the two remarkable and 

romantic trials between Theophilus Cibber and William Sloper. 

London. 1887. Portrait. **T.57.i57; etc. 

Cibber, T. Four original letters, viz. two from a husband to a 

gentleman [William Sloper] : and two from a husband to a wife. 

[Anon.] London. I739- **T.57.i3o; etc. 

Tryal, The, of a cause for criminal conversation, between 

Theophilus Cibber, plaintiff, and William Sloper, defendant. 

London. 1739. **T.57.i54; etc. 

Small, Roscoe Addison. 

The stage-quarrel between Ben Jonson and the so-called Poetasters. 
Breslau. Marcus. 1899. viii, (i), 204 pp. [Forschungen zur 
englischen Sprache und Litteratur.J 4556.25 



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Smeeton, George. 

Smeeton's Authentic statement of the dreadful conflagration of 
Covent Garden Theatre, September 20th, 1808. Also, an account 
of the accident whereby near fifty persons were killed and 
dangerously burnt. London. Smeeton. [1808.] 14, 11-12 pp. 
Colored plate. **T.76.ii7 

Smith, Albert Richard. 

Sketches of the day. Series 2, part 2: The ballet-girl. Illustrated 
by Ffenning, Gavarni, and Gilbert. London. Ward & Lock. 
[1856.] 103 pp. Illus. No. 2 in **T.99.48 

Why our theatres are not supported; with a few words about the 
late riots at Drury Lane. London. The Author. 1848. 40 pp. 

No. 10 in **M.i49.8; **T.96.i90 

The riots referred to took place at the performances given by the company of 
the Theatre historique of Paris. 

Smith, Charles William. 

The actor's art: its requisites, and how to obtain them; its defects, 
and how to remove them. London. French. [187-?] 48 pp. 
[French's Acting edition.] **T.77.52 

Smith, Edward. 

The theatre: its history and moral tendenc5^ A paper read at the 
Islington Literary and Scientific Institution, February 2, 1844. 
[London.] Printed for private circulation. [1844?] 42 pp. 

**T.76.94 
Smith, George. 

Memoirs and anecdotes of Mr. Love, the polyphonist. Added, ex- 
planation of the phenomena of polyphony. [Boston. 1850.] 12 

pp. 6543.106 

Principally abridged from the volume by W. Kenneth. London. 1834. 

Programme of the entertainment: preceded by memoirs of Mr. Love, 
the dramatic polyphonist; remarks on single-handed entertain- 
ments; anecdotes of eminent by-gone professors; an explanation 
of the phenomena of polyphony, &c. London. Kenneth. [1855.] 
(i),48pp. **T.55.4o 

Smith, George Barnett. 

Rachel. (In his Women of renown. Pp. 377-420. London. 1893.) 

2255.68 
Smith, George Charles. 

Dreadful catastrophe. An authentic narrative of the destruction of 
the Brunswick Theatre, Wellclose Square. Parts [i-]6. London. 
Wakefield. [1828.] 6 parts. **T.76.i73 

Parts 2-6 have the title: Brunswick Theatre; or, the 2d-6th part of observations 
on the destruction of the new Brunswick Theatre. 

Same. [Part i.] Destruction of the Brunswick Theatre. London. 

Wakefield. [1828.] 12 pp. No. 2 in **G.3822.3 

Same. Falling of the Brunswick Theatre. [London.] Fairburn. 

[1828.] 14 pp. **T.76.i74 

Smith, George D. 

A catalogue of rare books, original drawings, extra illustrated works 

and other interesting literary material chiefly from the library of 

the late Augustin Daly. New York. Smith. 1900. (2), 68 pp. 

**T.64.3 
Smith, Hamilton Lavers-, editor. 

Angelo, H. The reminiscences of Henry Angelo. With an intro- 
duction by Lord Howard de Walden, and notes and memoir 
by H. Lavers Smith. Philadelphia. 1904. 2 v. Portraits. Plates. 

*254i.i44 
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Smith, Harry Rache. 

Stage lyrics. With illustrations by Archie Gunn, Ray Brown and 

E. W. Kemble. New York. Russell. 1900. 158 pp. Illus. 

Plates. Portraits. *4396.i75 

There arc forty-one character portraits of stage favorites. The verses are from 
operas and musical comedies. 

Smith, Horace. 

Festivals, games, and amusements. Ancient and modern. London. 
Colhurn & Bentley. 1831. vi, (2), 382 pp. Plates. Map. Table. 

**T.98.8o 

Contains chapters on the Olympic games, field sports — such as hawking and 
archery — bull fights, dancing, morris-dancers, jugglery, music, drama, etc. 

Same. With additions, by Samuel Woodworth. New York. Harper. 

1832. 355 pp. Plate. Plans. [Harper's Family library.] 60093.21 

Same. 1833. 60093.130 

Same. 1836. 60093.132 

Same. 1S55. 60093.40 

Same 1868. . 60093.138 

Smith, Horatio. See Smith, Horace. 

Smith, John Talbot. 

Augustin Daly. (In D., E. A. Memories of Daly's theatres. Pp. 
135-143- Portrait. [New York.] 1897.) **T.76.i95 

The parish theatre: a brief account of its rise, its present condition, 
and its prospects. To which is added a descriptive list of one 
hundred choice plays suitable for the parish theatre.. New York. 
Longmans, Green & Co. 1917. v, 90 pp. 6257.145 

Smith, Kendall Kerfoot. 

The use oi the high-soled shoe or buskin in Greek tragedy of the 
fifth and fourth centuries B.C. (In Harvard studies in classical 
philology. Vol. 16, pp. 123-164. Cambridge. 1905.) *4957,i5.i6 
Smith, Solomon Franklin. 

The theatrical apprenticeship and anecdotical recollections of Sol. 
Smith. Comprising a sketch of the first seven years of his pro- 
fessional life. With some sketches of adventure in after years. 
Philadelphia. Carey & Hart. 1846. 215, (i) pp. Plates. 

Illustrated by F. O. C. Parley. **T.58.30 

Same. 1847. **T.58.3i 

Same. Peterson. [1854.] 215 pp. **T.58.32 

The theatrical journey-work and anecdotical recollections of Sol. 
Smith. Comprising a sketch of the second seven years of his 
professional life. With sketches of adventure in after years. 
Philadelphia. Peterson. [1854.] 254 pp. Portrait. Autograph 
facsimile. [Library of humorous American works.] **T.57.83 

Another copy is on shelf-number *4395.i8s. 

Theatrical management in the West and South for thirty years. With 

anecdotical sketches: autobiographically given. New York. 

Harper. 1868. 275 pp. Illus. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 

4395-187; **T.55.39 
Smith, William Henry. 

Bacon and Shakespeare. An inquiry touching players, playhouses, 

and play-writers in the days of Elizabeth. London. Smith. 1857. 

viii, 162 pp. **T.58.83 

Another copy is on shelf-number •*G. 3933. 21. 
Same, viii, 4, 162 pp. 2598.15 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G.3933.2o; **G. 3933.22. 



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Smith, Winifred. 

The Commedia dell' arte: a study in Italian popular comedy. New 

York. The Columbia University Press. 1912. xv, 290 pp. Illus. 

Plates. [Columbia University studies in English and comparative 

literature.] 4559-338 

Smithson, David J. 

Elocution and the dramatic art. London. Bickers. 1887. xvi, 416 
pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. 5596.73; **T.77.6s 

The portrait and the autograph facsimile are missing in the copy on shelf- 
number **T.77.65. 

Smyth, James. 

David Garrick. London. Reeves. [1807.] 80 pp. **T.5g.i6 

Smythe, Arthur J. 

The life of William Terriss, actor. With an introduction by Clement 
Scott. Westminster. Constable & Co. 1898. xxviii, 212 pp. 
Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. **T.55.57 

Snow, William R. 

The drama on crutches. A satire of the day. [Poem.] London. 
Hotten. 1872. 32 pp. **T.97.26o 

Sociedad espafiola de la Universidad Harvard. 

Los tres ramilletes. [By Breton de los Herreros.] Presented by the 

members of La Sociedad espanola de la Universidad Harvard, 

Brattle Hall, May 10, 1906. [Programme. Cambridge.] 1906. 

(4) PP- 4483-319 

Societe, Une, d'envieux, d'intrigans et de cabaleurs, pseud. 

Petites verites au grand jour, sur les acteurs, les peintres. les 
journalistes. ITnstitut, le Portique Republicain, Bonaparte, etc. 
[Paris.] An viii. [1800.] **T.57.399 

Societe de I'histoire du theatre. 

Bulletin. Revue trimestrielle. No. 1-8. Paris. Schmid. 1902, 03. 
4 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Maps. Plans. Facsimiles. **T.24.2 
Societe des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques. 

Annuaire. Tome i (fasc. i, 2, 4, 5); 2 (3-5); 3 (2-4). Annee i, 2, 

4, 5, 8-10, 12-14. Exercice, 1879/80, 80/81, 82/83, 83/84, 86/87- 

88/89, 90/91-92/93. Paris. 1880-93. 3 v. in 4. **T.26,4 

Bulletin. Tome i, 2. Nouvelle serie, no. 1-3, 5-1 t, 13-19. Exercice, 

1872-79, 83-87. Paris. 1876-87. 3 V. ' **T.26.5 

Issued bimonthly before July, 1883; thereafter, quarterly. A few of the 
numbers of the first series were issued monthly. 

Catalogue general des oeuvres dramatiques et lyriques faisant partie 

du repertoire de la Societe. Catalogue recapitulatif contenant tous 

les ouvrages representes du i^r Janvier 1879 au 31 decembre 1888. 

[Paris. 1891.] (i), 88 pp. **T.65.i 

Societes badines, Les, bachiques, litteraires et chantantes. Dinaux, A. 

M. **T.96.i5 

Society clown, A. Grossmith, G. 45793.113; **T.98.9i 

Society for the Suppression of Vice. 

Percival, J. Society for the Suppression of Vice. A few observa- 
tions in defence of the scenic exhibitions at the Royalty Theatre, 
and on the intolerant censure of the drama in general; contained 
in the "Solemn protest" of the Rev. Tho. Thirlwall, in the name 
of the Society for the Suppression of Vice. London. 1804. 

**T.76.6i ; etc. 
Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit, Mich. 

Theatre Arts Magazine. [Quarterly.] Vol. i- November. 1916, 
to date. [Detroit, Mich.] Plates. **T. 25.35 

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Society, A, of gentlemen, independent of managerial influence. See 

Potter, John. 
Soergel, Oscar Alfred. 

Die englischen Maskenspiele. Inaug.-Dissertation. Halle a/S. 1882. 

92, (I) pp. 4557.128 

Soiree parisienne, La. Saint-Genies, R.. Vicomte de. **T.27.3 

Soirees parisiennes, Les. MoRTji, A. **T.27.2 

Soixante ans du Theatre-franqais. Bouilly, J. N. **T.98.48 

Soixante-neuf ans a I'Opera-comique. Soubies, E. J. A. *404i.i28 

Soldene, Emily. t , r^ o r- 

My theatrical and musical recollections. London. Downey & Co.. 

Ltd. 1897. xviii. (i), 315, (i) PP- Portraits. **T.56.325 

Soleinne, de. , -j- - 

Bibliotheque dramatique de Monsieur de Soleinne. Catalogue redige 
par P. L. Jacob, bibliophile f pseud.]. Paris. Administration de 
I'Alliance des arts. 1843-45. 9 v. in 3- ^ **T.66.i3 

The Table generale is by Goizet. Appended is a catalogue of the dramatic 
library of Pont de Vesle. Another copy of vols, i and 3 is on shelf-number 
**G.37oa.i5. 

S.oleirol, H. A. o , • i 

Catalogue de la galerie theatrale recueillie par feu M. H. A. Soleirol. 
Portraits d'artistes dramatiques dont la vente aura lieu les 29 
avril-2 mai. Paris. 1861. 51 PP. **T.66.20 

Moliere et sa troupe. Paris. L'auteur. 1858. (3), iv, 131 pp. Por- 
traits. **T.54.M 

Solie, fimile. pseud. See Soulier, fimile Leon. 

Solly, J. Raymond. 

Acting and the art of speech, at the Paris Conservatoire. Hints on 
reading, reciting, acting, and the cure of stammering. London. 
Stock. 1891. vi, (i), 63 pp. 3599.126 

Some account of the English stage, from the Restoration in 1660 to 
1830. [Anon.] See Genest, John. 

Some considerations about the danger of going to plays. In a letter 
to a friend. London, Printed for M. Wotton. 1704. 23 pp. 

No. I in **G.3823.9 

Some considerations on the establishment of the French strolers; the 
behaviour of their bully-champions, and other seasonable matters, 
at this critical juncture. Humbly addressed to the publick in 
general; but, particularly, to the inhabitants of Westminster. 
[London.] Printed for R. Freeman. [1749.] 25 pp. **T.97.5o 

The French company referred to was that brought over by Jean Mounet in 1749- 

Some interesting fallacies of the modern stage. Tree, Sir H. B. 

**T.47.73 
Some notable Hamlets of the present time. Scott, C. W. 45493.191 

Some players. Buck, L. W. B. **T.55.6;etc. 

Some pros and cons of theatrical life. Kendal, M. 5589a.35i 

Some remarks upon the Revd Mr. Anderson's positions concerning the 
unlawfulness of stage-plays. In a letter to the author. Edin- 
burgh. Printed by R. Fleming. 1733- 27 pp. No. 3 in **G.382i.i9 

The Rev. George Anderson's The use and abuse of diversions, may be found on 
shelf-numbers No. 6 in **T.96.42 ; No. i in *»G.3824.i8. 

Some thoughts concerning the stage in a letter to a lady. [Anon.] 

See Woodward, Josiah. 
Somebody, Gent., pseud., editor. 

Theatrical Mince Pie, The, entirely original. Vol. i (no. t-8). 
Jan. I - Feb. 19, 1825. London. 1825. **T.28.3 

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Somerville, Miss. See Bunn, Margaret Agnes. 
Sommers, William. 

Cutter, A. E., compiler. William Sommers and Archibald Armstrong, 

jesters to Henry the Eighth and Charles First, Kings of England. 

Scrap book. Boston. 1887. Portraits. **T.i3.9 

Pleasant history. A, of the life and death of Will Summers: how he 

came first to be known at court, and by what means he got to 

be King Henry the Eighth's jester. London: Printed for T. Vere 

and J. Wright, 1676. Reprinted and sold by James Caulfield. 

1794- (3). 34 PP- Plates. **T.57.257 

Sommerville, Miss. See Bunn, Margaret Agnes. 

Sonnenfels, Joseph, Freiherr von. 

Briefe iiber die wienerische Schaubiihne. 1768. Wien. Konegen. 
1884. xix, 354 pp. [Wiener Neudrucke.] *487oa.9.7 

Sonnenfels, Joseph, Freiherr von. Works about. 

GoERNER, C, Rittcr VON. Der Hans Wurst-Streit in Wien und Joseph 
von Sonnenfels. Wien. 1884. 2870.48 

Sonnenthal, Adolf, Ritter von. 

Adolph von Sonnenthals Briefwechsel. Nach den Originalen heraus- 
gegeben von Hermine von Sonnenthal. Stuttgart. Deutsche 
Verlags-Anstalt. 1912. 2 v. Portraits. Plates. Autograph fac- 
similes. 68993.170 

To these letters is appended a list of the roles which Sonnenthal played in the 
Burgtheater, Vienna, with which he was connected for over half a century. 

Sonnenthal, Adolf, Ritter von. Works about. 

EiPENBERG, L. J. Adolf Sonnenthal. Eine Kiinstlerlaufbahn als 

Beitrag zur Geschichte des modernen Burgtheaters. Dresden. 

1900. Portrait. **T.57.io6 

ScHLENTHER, P. Adolf von Sonuenthal. Fiinfzig Jahre im Wiener 

Burgtheater. 1856-1906. Als Manuskript gedruckt. Wien. 1906. 

Portraits. **T.77.227 

Sonnenthal, Hermine von, editor. 

Adolph von Sonnenthals Briefwechsel. Stuttgart. 1912. 2 v. Por- 
traits. Plates. 68993,170 
Sontag, Carl. 

Vom Nachtwachter zum tiirkischen Kaiser! Biihnen-Erlebnisse aus 

dem Tagebuche eines Uninteressanten. Hannover. Helwing. 

1875. xvi, 524 pp. **T.57.283 

Sontag, Henriette Gertrude Walpurgis, Contessa dc Rossi. 

Barnabee, H. C, compiler. [A collection of portraits, views, etc., 

including concert programmes of Ole Bull, 1852, and Madame 

Henriette Sontag, 1853. Boston. 191-?] **T.53.24 

Memoir, A, of the Countess de Rossi. (Madame Sontag). [London. 

1850.] **M.i29a.io 

Stuemcke, H. O. a. Henriette Sontag. Ein Lebens- und Zeitbild. 

Berlin. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 6907.30 

Sophocles. CEdipus TyrannnJ. 

Farren, R. The Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles as performed at 

Cambridge, Nov. 22-26, 1887. Cambridge. 1887. (6) plates. **T.4i.3 
Norman, Sir H. An account of the Harvard Greek play [the CEdipus 

Tyrannus of Sophocles]. Boston. 1882. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.57.i25; etc. 
Pryor, F. R. The Oedipus Tyrannus. A record by L. Speed and 

F. R. Pryor of the performance [at the L^niversity of Cambridge] 

in November 1887. Cambridge. [1888.] lllus. Plate. **T.3i.6 



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Sorel, Jacques (L. de Montchamp), and Charles Mosont, pseud. 

Les reines de la rampe. Paris. Cournol. 1863. (3), 303, (i) pp. 

**T.57.353 

Contents. — La Champmesle. ^ Adricnne Lecouvreur. — Clairon. — Dumesnil. 
— Duchesnois. — Georges Weimor. — Mars. — Dorval, — Rachel. — Dejazet. 
Soria, Henri de. 

Histoire pittoresque de la danse. Precedee d'une lettre-preface par 
Jules Claretie. Paris. Noble. 1897. iv, 302, (i) pp. Illus. 
Plates. Music. 40403.157; **T.93.i6 

Sorrell, William J. 

The amateur's hand-book and guide to home drawing room theatri- 
cals. How to get them up and how to act in them. Added, How 
to "get up" theatricals in a country house. By Captain Sock- 
Buskin [pseud.]. London. I.acy. [1866.] (2), 120 pp. Diagram. 
[Amateur series. Lacy.] **T.77.i36 

Sothern, Edward Askew. 

De Fontaine, F. G., editor. Birds of a feather flock togettitr-, or. talks 
with Sothern. New York. 1878. Portraits. 45493.192; **T.57.428 

Pemberton, T. E. a memoir of Edward Askew Sothern. London. 
1889. Portraits. 4540.100; **T.55.96 

S.\LA, G. A. H. On a remarkable dramatic performance [Sothern's 
Lord Dundreary]. (In his Breakfast in bed. Pp. 7-32. Boston. 
1863.) **T.97.i87;etc. 

Sothern, Edward Hugh. 

The melancholy tale of "Me." My remembrances. New York. 
Scribner. 1916. xvi, 409 pp.^ Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. 4545-157 
Soubies, Albert. See Soubies, Emile Jean Albert. 
Soubies, Emile Jean Albert. 

La Comedie frangaise depuis I'epoque romantique. 1825-1894. Paris. 
Fischbacher. 1895. viii, 158, (i) pp. Tables. **T.73.3 

Histoire du Theatre-lyrique. 1851-70. Paris. Fischbacher. 1899. 
vii, 59, (i) pp. Table. 4041.36 

Une premiere par jour. Causeries sur le theatre. Paris. Dupret. 
1888. vi, 443, (i) PP- **T.47.i3 

Soixante-sept ans a I'Opera en une page. Du "Siege de Corinthe" a 
"La Walkyrie." (1826-1893.) Paris. Fischbacher. 1893. viii, 
24 pp. Table. **M.2i4.i7 

Soixante-neuf ans a I'Opera-comique en deux pages. De la premiere 
de "La dame blanche" a la millieme de "Mignon." 1825-1894. 
Paris. Fischbacher. 1894. x, 30 pp. Charts. *404i.i28 

Le theatre en France de 1871 a 1892. Eaux-fortes par Gaucherel et 
Lalauze. Paris. Librairie des Bibliophiles. 1893. (3), 208, (3) 
pp. Portraits. **T.79.3 

Relates principally to the Paris theatres. 

Le Theatre-italien au temps de Napoleon et de la Restauration. 
D'apres des documents inedits. Paris. Fischbacher. 1910. 30 
pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 4671-36 

Le Theatre-italien de 1801 a 1913- Paris. Fischbacher. 1913. (3), 
iv, 186, iv pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. Table. Fac- 
similes. 4671.42 
Soubies, Emile Jean Albert, editor. 

Almanack des spectacles. Continuant I'ancien Almanach des spec- 
tacles (1752 a 1815). Annee 1874-91, 93-1911. Paris. 1875-1912. 
37 V. Portraits. Plates. **T.29.2 

Same. Table [1874/91,] 1892/1901. Paris. 1892, 1902. 2 v. 

Portrait. Plate. **T.29.3 

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Soubies, Emile Jean Albert, and Charles Theodore Malherbe. 

Histoire de lOpera-comique. La seconde Salle Favart. 1840-1887. 
Paris. Marpon & Flammarion. 1892, 93. 2 v. Plate. Facsimile. 

**M.i39a.ii 

Precis de I'histoire de TOpera-comique. Paris. Dupret. 1887. 68 

pp. 26393.67; No. I in **M. 208.31 

Another copy is on shelf-number **M. 1293.35. 

Soulie, Eudoxe. 

Recherches sur Moliere et sur sa famille. Paris. Hachette & c'e. 
1863. (5), 385, (I) pp. **T.55.ii5 

Another copy is on shelf-number **4696. 12. 

Soulier, Emile Leon, (fimile Solie.) 

Histoire du Theatre royal de I'Opera-romique. Paris. 1847. (2), 
29 pp. No. 8 in **M.37o.65 

Soutar, Robert, editor. 

Cave, J. A. A jubilee of dramatic life and incident of Joseph A. 
Cave, author, manager, actor, and vocalist. London. [1892.] 
Portraits. **T.57.298 

Southall, John E. 

Leeds, J. W. The theatre: an essay upon the non-accordancy of 
stage-plays with the Christian profession. Newport. 1890. 

**T.78.i8 
Southwark, London. Theatres. See London. Theatres. Southwark 

THEATRES. 

Souvenir of the 150 performance in Boston of The Soudan [at the 
Boston theatre]. April 30, 1891. [Boston. 1891.] (24) plates. 

**T.49.i4 

Souvenir of the representative American comedian John T. Raymond, 
in his last & greatest success, the political satire in (4) acts, by 
David D. Lloyd, Esq., entitled For Congress. Boston. Heliotype 
Printing Co. [1885?] 8 plates. Portrait. **T.55.i36 

Composed of plates illustrating scenes from the play, and the cast, which is 
printed on the back. 

Souvenirs d'un jeune premier. Laferriere, A. **T.57.32i 

Souvenirs de la vie de theatre. Berton, P. F. S. Montan, called Berton. 

4677.117 

Souvenirs des funambules. Fleurv, J. F. F. H. 4679.58; **T.87.86 

Souvenirs, Les, et les regrets du Vieil amateur dramatique [pseud.], 

ou lettres d'un oncle a son neveu sur I'ancien theatre frangais, 

depuis Bellecour, Lekain, Preville, jusqu'a Mole, Larive, Monvel, 

Vestris. Paris. Froment. 1829. viij, 214, (2) pp. Colored plates. 

**T.58.i45 

Sowdon, . 

Letter, A, to Messieurs Victor and Sowdon, managers of the 
Theatre-Royal. Dublin. 1755. **T.76.i58 

Sowerby, . (Mad Tom.) 

A series of letters on the late theatric festival, with remarks on 
some serio-comic pantomimes. By Mad Tom [pseud.], "a daring, 
obstinate enthusiast." London. Sherwood, Neeley, & Jones. 
1810. xii, (2), 64 pp. **T.96.3i7 

Relates to the O. P. Riots. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 10 in 
**G.3824.8. 

Spain. Theatres. 

Cotarelo y Mori, E. Estudios sobre la historia del arte escenico 
en Espafia. Madrid. 1896, 97. 2 v. Portraits. 3098.167 



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Spain. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Crosby, M. R. Maiquez. Read before The Castilian Club. (In 

Castilian Club. Original papers. Vol. 33, pp. 35-47- Portrait. 

Boston. 1911.) **G.i6i.i.33 

FouRNiER, £. L'Espagne et ses comediens en France au xvii'' siecle. 

Paris. 1864. **T.95.64 

Lewes, G. H. The Spanish drama: Lope de Vega and Calderon. 

London. 1846. **T.49.6; etc. 

LoMBiA, J. El teatro. Madrid. 1545 [misprint for 1845]. 

**D.i7ob.5i 
Lyonnet, H. Le theatre hors de France. Serie i : Le theatre en 
Espagne. Paris. 1897. IHns. Portraits. Plates. 

6257.70; **T.77-86 

Pellicer, C. Tratado historico sobre el or'igen y progresos de la 

comedia y del histrionismo en Espana: con las censuras teologicas. 

reales resoluciones y providencias del Consejo supremo sobre 

comedias: y con la noticia d algunos celebres comediantes y 

comediantas asi antiguos como modernos. Madrid. 1804. 2 v. 

in I. Portraits. **D.i7ob.8i; etc. 

Perez Pa.stor, C. Nuevos datos acerca del histrionismo espanol en 

los siglos XVI y xvii. Madrid. 1901. 30993.269 

Rennert, H. a. The Spanish stage in the time of Lope de Vega. 

New York. 1909. 3096.258 

RojAS, A. DE. El viage entretenido. Con vna exposicion de los 

nombres historicos y poeticos que no van declarados. En Madrid. 

1604. (In Menendez y Pelayo, M. Origines de la novela. Vol. 

4, pp. 460-614. Madrid. 1915.) **D.i63.4.4 

YxART. J. El arte escenico en Espana. Barcelona. 1894, 96. 2 v. 

3098.171 

Spangled world, A; or, life with the circus. By the author of "Secrets 

of the stage," etc. New York. Fox. [1882.] 83 pp. Portrait. 

Plates. **T.95.io2 

Spaulding, Alice Howard, editor. 

Drama League, The, of America. Boston. A selected list of plays 
for amateurs. Boston. 1914- *2i75.69 

Spectacles. Theatrical. 

Menestrier, C. F. Traite des tovrnois, iovstes, carrovsels, et avtres 

spectacles pvblics. A Lyon. 1669. **T.94.3 

Spectacles antiques, Les. x\uge de Lassus, L. 29693.73 

Spectacles, Les, de Paris. See Almanach des spectacles de Paris. 

Spectateur, Le. Revue theatrale, litteraire et artistique. [Hebdoma- 

daire.] Redacteur en chef: Jules de Clerville. Secretaire de la 

redaction: Louis de Gramont. No. 1-15. Dec. 2, 1875 - mars 9. 

1876. Paris. 1875, 76. (3), 491 pp. **T.27.7 

Spectator, A, pseud. 

The music hall. London. Smart & Allen. 1880. (i), 93 PP- 

Relates to Great Britain. **T.96.200 

Speculation or scalping in amusement tickets. Analysis of municipal 
ordinances prohibiting or regulating the sale of tickets of admis- 
sion at advanced prices. [Chicago. 1915.] 20 pp. *9352a.4i.5 

Spencer, Matthew Lyle. 

Corpus Christi pageants in England. A dissertation [University of 
Chicago]. New York. The Baker & Taylor Co. 1911- (n), 
276 pp. 25593.229; **T.47-22 

Bibliography, pp. 263-269. 

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Spillan, Harry Gerald. 

The stage and the press: or, revelations theatrical and journalistic. 
No. I. — May, 1852. London. The Author. 1852. 16 pp. 

Relates to Drury Lane Theatre. **T.76.45 

Spiller, James. 

Akerby, G. Spiller's jests: or the life and pleasant adventures of 
the late celebrated comedian Mr. James Spiller. London. [1729-] 
Portrait. No. 5 in **G.3823.3 

Spingam, Joel Elias. 

A note on dramatic criticism. {In Essays and studies by members 
of the English Association. Vol. 4, PP- 7-28. Oxford. 1913.) 

4558.250.4 

Spink, William. 

The autocrat in the greenroom; with a play after "Othello." Lon- 
don. Bickers. 1890. 137 pp. **T.47.ioo 
Sets up Shakespeare as a model for the highest modern dramatic art. 

Spitzbergen. Vieivs. 

Barker, H. A. Description of a view of the north coast of Spitz- 
bergen, now exhibiting in Henry Aston Barker's Panorama, 
Leicester-Square; painted from drawings by Lieut. Beechey, who 
accompanied the polar expedition in 1818. London. 1819. Plate. 

**T.96.299 

Spoil, E. A., pseud. See Leprieur-Accoyer, Emile. 

Sporting Pilot, The, and the Age, theatrical, musical, and sporting. 
[Weekly.] Vol. [i,] 2 (no. 23-27). Apr. 2 -Oct. i, 1864. [Lon- 
don. 1864.] 2 v. in I. Illus. Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. 

**T.2i.4 

Squabble, The, of the Richmond players: a pleasant, melancholy, occa- 
sional, egotic, poetic doggrel narrative. Including some choice 
hints, and curious theatrical remarks. With a criticism, on a 
remarkable Twickenham play-bill. London: Printed for the 
author, Don Buskinsocko, member of the company; and sold by 
J. Wakelin. [17—?] 38 pp. **T.57.i34 

Squib, The: a granulation of wit, satire, and amusement. [Weekly.] 
No. 1-29. June 4 -December 10, 1842. London. 1842. Illus. 

Many numbers contain dramatic criticisms. **T.2I.II 

Squib, The; being a satire on passing events in Lancashire. [Weekly.] 
No. 26, 27. Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 1833. [Manchester. 1833.] 205-220 
pp. **T.26.6o 

Contains criticisms on performances at the Manchester theatres. 

Staatsbeamter, Ein, Pseud. See Hahn, Ludwig. 

Stage, The. Brown, J. No. 13 in **G.3823.i8 

Clement, D. X.. Abbe. N0..8 in **G.3824.4 

Murdoch, J. E. **T.55.3; etc. 

WoTY, W. **G.3947.7;etc. 

Stage, The. Edited by Roland Burke Hennessy. [Weekly.] Vol. 11, 

no. I. December 24, 1904. [New York. Stage Publishing Co.] 

1904. 18 pp. Illus. Portraits. **T.23.i7 

Stage, The. Three dialogues between Mr. Clement and Mr. Mortimer. 

London. The Religious Tract Society. [181-?] 36 pp. [No. 

112.] **T.96.ioo 

A letter to the author of a tract entitled The stage ... by James Plumptre 
may be found on shelf-numbers No. i in **G.382i.5 ; **T.96.70. 

Stage, The: a weekly magazine of generalities, and a special guide to 
the sights of London. 1-14. London. Vickers. 1849. (3), 84 pp. 

No more was published. T.24.I3 

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Stage, The, acquitted. Being a full answer to Mr. Collier and the 
other enemies of the drama. With a vindication of King Charles 
the martyr, and the clergy of the Church of England, from the 
abuses of a scurrilous book, called. The stage condemned. Lon- 
don, Printed for John Barnes. 1699- (6), 185 pp. **G.382i.9 
Stage affairs in America today. Davenport, A. B. **T.77,ii7 
Stage, The, and Christianity reconciled. Nosworthy, L. **T.96.io7 
Stage, The, and its stars. Paul, G. H. H., and G. Gebbie, editors. **T.5i.3 
Stage, The, and the press. Spillan, H. G. **T.76.45 
Stage, The, and the pulpit. Lewes, C. L. No. 7 in **G.3824.i5 
Stage, The, as a career. Hubert, P. G. 2576.159; **T.77.i23 
Stage, The, as it is. Dramaticvs, pseud. 6257.59; **T.78.76 
Stage, The: both before and behind the curtain. Bunn, A. 

6574-15; **T.76.i65; etc. 
Stage censorship. See Censorship of the stage. 
Stage children. See Children. As actors. 

Stage, The, condemn'd and the encouragement given to the immorali- 
ties and profaneness of the theatre, by the English schools, uni- 
versities and pulpits, censur'd. King Charles L Sundays mask 
and declaration for sports and pastimes on the Sabbath, largely 
related and animadverted upon. The arguments of all the authors 
that have writ in defence of the stage against Mr. Collier, con- 
sider'd. London: Printed for John Salusbury. 1698. (8), 216 pp. 

No. I in **G.3823.20 
Stage confidences. Morris, C. **T.57.ii9 

Stage copyright at home and abroad. Weller, B. W. *Patent Room 23.87 
Stage costume. See Theatre. Costumes and properties. 
Stage cyclopedia. The. Clarence, R. **T.66.i2 

Stage decoration in France in the Middle Ages. Stuart, D. C. 4676.123 
Stage effect. Mayhew, E. **T.79.ii 

Stage fright. 

Hunt, H. E. Nerve control: the cure of nervousness and stage- 
fright. Philadelphia. [1915] 5609.125 
KiELBLOCK, A. The stage fright, or how to face an audience. Bos- 
ton. 1891. 55993.107 
Stage gossip on theatrical tit-bits, ancient and modern. London. Jen- 
nings. [188-?] 96 pp. **T.55.46 
A collection of stage anecdotes. 

Stage hardware. See Theatre. Machinery. 

Stage history, The, of famous plays. Phelps, H. P. 4597-1 16; **T.57.4i 
Stage, The, in the drawing room. Dakin, H. J. 6003.52 

Stage, The, in the twentieth century. Grau, R. 4045.180 

Stage lovers' series. 

Strang, L. C. Celebrated comedians of light opera and musical 
comedy in America. Boston. 1901. Portraits. 4343.208; **T.58.25 

Famous actors of the day in America. Series [i,] 2. Boston. 

1900,02. 2 V. Portraits. 4343-209; **T.58.23 

Famous actresses of the day in America. Boston. 1899, 1902. 

2 V. Portraits. 4343.210; **T.58.24; etc. 

Players and plays of the last quarter century. An historical 

summary of causes and a critical review of conditions as existing 
in the American theatre at the close of the nineteenth century. 
Boston. 1903. 2 V. Portraits. Plates. 4343-215; **T.77-i8 

Prima donnas and soubrettes of light opera and musical 

comedy in America. Boston. 1900. Portraits. 4048.183; **T.58.26 

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Stage machinery. See Theatre. Machinery. 

Stage, The, of 1871. Hawk's-Eye, psetid. **T.97.i9i; etc. 

Stage, The: or coronation of King Tom. B n, B r. 

No. 8in**G.3824.i7 
Stage, The; or, recollections of actors and acting. Murdoch, T- E. 

**T.55.3;etc. 

Stage, The; or theatrical inquisitor. [Monthly? London. 1828?] 5-38 

pp. Portrait. Plate. **T.29.9 

Same. 1828. 213-220 pp. No. 6 in **G.382i.24 

Stage policy detected. Impartial hand, An, pseud. **T.77.i75 

Stage reminiscences. Old stager, An, pseud. **T.58.5 

Stage secrets and tricks of the trade. [Anon.] See Birch, John Francis. 

Stage Society, London. See Incorporated Stage Society, London. 

Stage struggles, The, of a bad actor. Laceby, A. **T.58.i24 

Stage, The, the high road to hell; being an essay on the pernicious 

nature of theatrical entertainments. London: Printed for W. 

Nicoll. [1767.] (11), 43 PP- **T.96.76 

A reply by Henry Flitcroft, having the title Theatrical entertainments con- 
sistent with society, morality, and religion, may be found on shelf-numbers 
No. 8 in **G.3823.i3 ; **T.96.i85. A reply by John Chater, having the title 
Another high road to hell, may be found on shelf-numbers **T.g6. 328; **H.i6. 138. 

"Stage whispers," and "shouts without." Ross, C. H. **T.96.237 

Stage, The, with the curtain raised. Wagner, L. **T.77.2o8; etc. 

Stage Year Book, The. 1908-11, 13-17. Edited by Lionel Carson. 
London. Carson & Comerford, Ltd. [and "The Stage" Offices]. 
1908-17. 9 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.9 

Stage-beaux, The, toss'd in a blanket. [Anon.] See Brown, Thomas. 

Stage-door keeper. A, pseud. 

Through the stage-door. A complete hand-book of the theatre. 
With advice upon this subject by Joseph Jefferson. Added a list 
of the largest theatres in the United States. [Boston. 1896.] 
30, (6) pp. Illus. Portrait. Plates. **T.95.46 

Relates principally to Boston theatres. 

Stage-land. Jerome, J. K. **T.46.33; etc. 

Stage-Manager, The; a weekly journal of music and the drama. Vol. 

I (no. 1-4, 6-20); New series (no. 4, 5, 7-9, 11, 12). [London.] 

1849. 2 V. in I. Illus. Portraits. **T.23.6 

"Stage-players complaint, The": from the rare tract printed at London 

in 1641. London. 1868. (i), 6 pp. [Ashbee, Edmund W., editor. 

Occasional fac-simile reprints. 3.] No. 3 in *2423.5o.i 

Same. In a pleasant dialogue. London, Printed for Tho: Bates. 

1641. [London. Reeves & Turner. 1873.] (2), 8 pp. [The old 

book collector's miscellany.] No. 14 in *4555.52.3 

Stage-plays considered, and contrasted with the Bible. Sheffield. The 

Author. 1819. 14, (i) pp. **T.76.89 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T. 96.57. 

Stageright. Coryton, J. , **T.96.i62 

Stage-struck; or she would be an opera-singer. Macchetta, B. R. 

** M.I 04.38 
Staging of plays. See Theatre. Management. 
Stahl, Ernst Leopold. 

Das englische Theater im 19. Jahrhundert. Seine Biihnenkunst und 
Liter^tur. Miinchen. Oldenbourg. 1914. x, 258 pp. Portraits. 
Plates. [Die Kultur des modernen England in Einzeldarstel- 
lungen.] 3565-29-5 

Literaturverzeichnis, pp. 239-246. 

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Stahl, Ernst Leopold. (Continued.) 

Joseph von Auffenberg und das Schauspiel der Schillerepigonen. 
Hamburg. \'oss. 1910. x, 235 pp. [Theatergeschichtliche For- 
schungen.] 6872.63 

Stamma, Louis. 

The Kellyad; or a critical examination into the merits of Thespis. 
[Verse.] London: Printed for J. Williams. 1767. (3), 36 pp. 

No. 8 in **G.3947.2 

A satirical poem upon Hugh Kelly with criticisms of the London actors. 

Stancovich, Pietro. 

Dello anfiteatro di Pola, dei gradi marmorei del medesimo, nuovi 

scavi e scoperte e di alcune epigrafi e figuline inedite dell' Istria. 

Venezia. Picotti. 1822. (4), 144, (2) pp. Portrait. Plates. 

Plans. Table. *2758.68 

Stanford, Stephen Stanley, editor. 

Glenrov, J. H. Ins and outs of circus life; or, forty-two years 

travel through United States, Canada, South America and Cuba. 

Boston. 1885. Portrait. **T.58.ii2 

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. See Leland Stanford Junior 

University, Palo Alto, California. 
Stanhope, Philip Dormer, 4th Earl of Chesterfield. 

A oHalogue between the Earl of C d and Mr. Garrick, in the 

Elysian shades. [Verse.] London: Printed by J. Nichols. 1785. 
(i), 30 pp. No. 5 in **G.3820.ii 

A tribute to the friendship of Garrick and Dr. Johnson. 

The E. . . of C f ; . .d's Speech in the H. . .se of L. . . .ds, against 

the bill for licencing all dramatic performances. Prefixed, some 
loose thoughts, that were found in the closet of a gentleman lately 
deceased. Dublin: Printed in the year 1749. 16 pp. **T.77.2i2 

Relates to the censorship of the stage in England. 
Same. London, Printed: and, Dublin, re-printed for Thomas Walker. 
1772. 35 pp. **T,76.84 

The Lord C d's speech against the play-bill, in the House of 

Peers. (In New miscellany. A, for the year I737- Pp- 17-21. 
London. 1737.) No. i in **G.3823.i5 

Stanhope, Philip Dormer, 4tl: Earl of Chesterfield. Works about. 

PiTTARD, J. Observations on Mr. Garrick's acting [of King Lear]; 
in a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield. London. 
1758. **T.97.ii9;etc. 

Stanley, Montague. 

Drummond, D. T. K. Memoir of Montague Stanley. Edinburgh. 
[1852.J Portrait. **T.57.366 

Stapleaux, Leopold Louis Lambert. 

Les courtisanes du Second Empire. [Anon.] Partie 3: Les actrices. 

Serie i. 2e edition. Bruxelles. Office de publicite. 1871. 122, 

(I) pp. **T.96.5 

Star, The. [Play bills.] See Boston. Theatres. Howard Athen.eum. 

Star, A, for a night. Janis, E. **T.87.ioo 

Stars of the opera. Wagnalls, M. *4049a.346 

Stars of the photoplay. Chicago. Photoplay Magazine. 1916. (5) pp. 

Portraits. 8061,253 

Over ICO art portraits of famous film favorites with short biographical sketches. 
The running title is Photoplay Magazine's Popular players. 

Stars of the stage. 

Browne, E. A. W. S. Gilbert. London. 1007. Portraits. Plates. 

4549a.i98 
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Stars of the stage. (Continued.) 

Cran, Mrs. G. Herbert Beerbohm Tree. London. 1907. Portraits. 
Plate. 45493.197 

Marshall, C. Ellen Terry. London. 1907. Portraits. Plates. 

45493.196 
State of the British stage. [London. 1834.] 151-168 pp. 

No. 23 in **G.3822.3 
Cut from the Westminster 'Review, January, 1834 [Periodical Room *3i46. 1.1834] . 

State, The, of the case, between the Lord Chamberlaiti of His Majesty's 
houshold, and Sir Richard Steele, as represented by that knight. 
Restated, in vindication of King George, and the most noble the 
Duke of Newcastle. With a true copy of King Charles's patent, 
to Sir William Davenant, for erecting a play-house, &c. London, 
Printed and sold by John Applebee. 1720. (4), 35 pp. **T.97.34i 

This is an answer to Sir Richard Steele's State of the case between the Lord- 
Chamberlain and the Governor of the Royal Company of Comedians, in which 
Steele protests against the withdrawal of the Drury Lane patent by the Duke 
of Newcastle. 
Same. (In Theatre, The. Pp. 468-509. London. 1791-) **T.26.23 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3824.7. 
State, A, of the case in regard to the point in dispute between Mr. 

Mosse and Mr. Sheridan. [Anon.] See Sheridan, Thomas. 
Statistischer Riickblick auf die Koniglichen Theater zu Berlin, Han- 
nover, Kassel und Wiesbaden fiir das Jahr 1895. Berlin. Mittler. 
1896. 48 pp. **T.94.i6 

Statuettes parisiennes. Diguet, C. **T.57.334 

Stebbins, Emma, editor. 

CusHMAN, C. S. Charlotte Cushman: her letters and memories of 
her life. Boston. 1878. Portrait. 4345.53; **T.56.28o 

Stebbins, Genevieve. 

Delsarte system of dramatic expression. New York. Werner. 1886. 
Illus. 3591-60 

Same. 2d edition. 1887. 3591-75 

Stebbins, Oliver B. 

A famous Boston amateur dramatic club [the Aurora Club]. (In 
Bostonian, The. Vol. 2, pp. 131-140. Facsimiles. Boston. 1895.) 

*530i.45.2 

The oldest theatre now in Boston. (In Bostonian, The. Vol. i, pp. 

1 13-130. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Boston. 1894.) *530i.45.i 

Relates to the Boston ]\Iuseum. Reprinted from Boston sights and strangers' 
guide, 1856. 

Steele, Elizabeth. 

The memoirs of Mrs. Sophia Baddeley. A new edition. London: 
Printed for the author. 1787. 6 v. **T.58.i 

Same. Dublin: Printed for Messrs. CoUes. 3 v. **T,58.2 

Steele, Sir Richard. 

The state of the case between the Lord-Chamberlain of His Majesty's 
houshold, and the Governor of the Royal Coinpany of Comedians. 
With the opinions of Pemberton, Northey, and Parker, concerning 
the theatre. London: Printed for W. Chetwood. 1720. 30 pp. 
Portrait. No. 2 in **G.3823.9 

A protest against the withdrawal of the Drury Lane patent by the Lord 
Chamberlain, the Duke of Newcastle. Steele was Governor of the Royal Com- 
pany of Comedians. 
Same. (In Theatre, The. Pp. 447-467- London. 1791.) **T.26.23 
Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 3824.7. 

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Steele, Sir Richard, editor. 

Theatre. The, by Sir Richard Steele. [No. 1-28. Jan. 2 - Apr. 5, 
1720.1 Added, the Anti-theatre [by Sir John Falstaffe, pseud. 
No 1-15. Feb. 15 -Apr. 4, 1720]; the character of Sir John Edgar 
[pseud, of Sir Richard Steele]; Steele's case with the Lord 
Chamberlain; the crisis of property, with the sequel, Two 
Pasquins, &c. London. 1791. Portrait. **T.26.23; etc. 

Steele, Sir Richard. IVorks about. 

Baldassari, B. a letter from Sig. Benedetto Baldassari of the Hay- 
Market, to Sir R d S e of Drury-Lane. London. 1720. 

No. 2 in **G.3823.i8 

Battle. The, of the authors lately fought in Covent-Garden, between 
Sir John Edgar [pseud, of Sir Richard Steele], generalissmio on 
one side, and Horatius Truewit, on the other. London. 1720. 

No. 4in**G.3823.i8 

Dennis, J. The characters and conduct of Sir John Edgar [pseud, 
of Sir Richard Steele], call'd by himself sole monarch of the 
stage in Drury-Lane; and his three deputy-governors, in two 
letters to Sir John Edgar. London. 1720. **T.77-io7; etc. 

FoRSTER, J. Sir Richard Steele. (In his Historical and biographical 
essays. Vol. 2, pp. 105-207. London. 1858.) 45193.17; etc. 

Rag. Timothy, pseud. An answer to a whimsical pamphlet, call'd The 
character of Sir John Edgar, &c. Humbly inscrib'd to Sir Tre- 
mendous Longinus. Written by Sir John Edgar's baker. London. 
1720. No. ID in **G.382i.ii 

State, The. of the case, between the Lord Chamberlain of His 
Majesty's houshold, and Sir Richard Steele, as represented by 
that knight. Restated, in vindication of King George, and the 
most noble the Duke of Newcastle. With a true copy of King 
Charles's patent, to Sir William Davenant, for erecting a play- 
house, &c. London. 1720. **T.97.34i ; etc. 
Steevens, George, editor. 

Malone, E. An historical account of the rise and progress of the 

English stage, and of the economy and usages of our ancient 

theatres. [With additions by G. Steevens.] (In Shakespeare, 

William. Plays. Vol. 3- Basil, m.dcc.ic.) 6602.18; etc. 

Stegmann, Carl David. 

Mentzel, E. Karl David Stegmann. Aus dem Leben eines Biihnen- 
kiinstlers des 18. Jahrhunderts. (In Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. 
Vol. I, pp. 129-159. Berlin. 1904.) 6907.12.1 

Stein, Philipp. 

- Deutsche Schauspieler. [Teil] i, 2. Berlin. 1907, 08. 2 v. Por- 
traits. [Gesellschaft fur Theatergeschichte.] *6907.i9 

Contents. — i. Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert. Eine Bildnissammlung. 2. Das 
neunzehnte Jahrhundert. Eine Bildnissammlung. 
A collection of portraits with short biographies. 

Stephens, Robert Neilson. 

A gentleman player. His adventures on a secret mission for Queen 
Elizabeth. Boston. Page & Co. 1899. 438 pp. Plates. 

**T.87.i8 

Queens of song. Portraits designed and etched on copper by F. L. 

Kirkpatrick and C. A. Worrall. Troy. Nims & Knight. [1889.] 

(22) pp. Illus. Portraits. *4040.ii7 

Contents. — Patti. — Juch. — Nilsson. — Gerster. — Lehmann. — Materna. — 
Albani. — Fursch-Madi. — Nevada. 

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Stephens, Robert Neilson. (Continued.) 

Queens of the drama. Portraits by F. L. Kirkpatrick and C. A. 
Worrall. Biographies by Robert N. Stephens. Troy, N. Y. Nims 
& Knight. [189-?] (22) pp. Portraits. **T.5i.i2 

Contents. — Jane Hading. — Julia Marlowe. — Mrs. Langtry. — Mme. Modjeska. 

Adelaide Neilson. — Fanny Davenport. — Ada Rehan. — Sara Bernhardt. — 

Ellen Terry. — Mary Anderson. 

Stern, Adolf Ernst. 

Der Untergang des altenglischen Theaters. (In Historisches 
Taschenbuch. Jahrgang 46, pp. 155-209. Leipzig. 1876.) *2309.i.46 
Stevens, George Alexander. 

The dramatic history of Master Edward, Miss Ann, and others, the 
extraordinaries of these times. Prefixed, memoirs of the life of 
the author. New edition. London: Printed for J. Murray. 1786. 
(i), xi, (i), 192 pp. Plates. **G.3977.i7 

Relates to Edward Shuter, Nancy Dawson and others. 

Stevens, Major. 

HooTON, R. T. Life and frolics of Major Stevens, the wonderful 
dwarf. Boston. 1832. **T.55.i27 

Stewart, Douglas. 

Tales from the note-book of a stroller. London. Douglas & Co. 
1862. (4), 211 pp. **T.57.266 

Sticotti, Antonio Fabio. 

Garrick, ou les acteurs anglois, ouvrage contenant des observations 
sur I'art dramatique, sur I'art de la representation. & le jeu des 
acteurs. Avec des notes historiques & critiques, & des anecdotes 
sur les differens theatres de Londres & de Paris. Traduit de 
I'anglois. A Paris, chez Lacombe. 1769. (8), I99, (i) PP- **T.58.i.i6 

A very free translation, with many additions, of Sir John Hill's The actor: a 
treatise on the art of playing [No. i in **G.3823.6; **T.78.4o; etc.]. 

Stirbey, Prince Georges, prefacer. 

Weiss, J. J. A. Trois annees de theatre, 1883-1885. Les theatres 
parisiens. Paris. 1896. **T.47.84 

Stirling, Edward. 

Old Drury Lane. Fifty years' recollections of author, actor, and 
manager. London. Chatto & Windus. 1881. 2 v. **T.77.83 

Another copy is on shelf-number *2454.52. 

Stockdale, John Joseph. 

The Covent Garden journal. [Anon.] London. Stockdale. 1810. 
2 v. Plates. **T.75.i3 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **G.3822.6; **K.3S.2. 

Stockmar, Christian Friedrich, Freiherr von. 

Martin, Sir T. Monographs. Garrick, Macready, Rachel and Baron 
Stockmar. London. 1906. Portraits. **T.55.75; etc. 

Stoddard, John Lawson. 

The Passion Play of Ober-Ammergau. (In his Red-letter days 
abroad. Pp. 59-101. Boston. 1884. IHus. Portraits. Plates.) 2273.50 
Stoddard, Richard Henry, editor. 

DoRAN, J. "Their majesties' servants." Annals of the English stage, 
from Thomas Betterton to Edmund Kean. With a memoir of 
Dr. Doran, and an introduction and conclusion, by R. H. Stod- 
dard. New York. 1880. 2 v. 4572-99 
Stoddart, James Henry. 

Recollections of a player. New York. The Century Co. 1902. xxi. 255 
pp. Portraits. Facsimiles. Autograph facsimile. 4343.239; **T.56.246 

Reminiscences of stage life in Scotland, England, and the United States. 

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Stoker, Abraham. 

Personal reminiscences of Henry Irving. By Bram Stoker. New 
York. The Macmillan Co. 1906. 2 v. Portraits, one colored. 
Plates. Mantiscript facsimiles. 4544.223 

Stoltz, Rosine. 

Perignon, E. Rosine Stoltz. [Paris.] 1847. No. 7 in **M.i97.3 

Stone, Henry Dickinson. 

Personal recollections of the drama or theatrical reminiscences, em- 
bracing- sketches of prominent actors. Albany, N. Y. Van Bentluiy- 
sen. 1873. xii. 316 pp. Portraits. Autograph facsimile. **T.56.T94 
Slopes, Charlotte Carmichael. 

Shakespeare's environment. London. G. Bell & Sons, Ltd. iQH- 
xii, 369 pp. 4595-141 

Contains information regarding the Elizabethan stage. 

William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel Royal. A study of his 

period and the influences which affected Shakespeare. Louvain. 

Uystpruyst. 1910. xiv, 362, (i) pp. Coat of arms. [Materialien 

zur Kunde des alteren englischen Dramas.] 2553.139 

Stoppato, Lorenzo. 

La commedia popolare in Italia. Saggi. Padova. Draghi. 1887. 
234, (I) PP- 2779.128 

Storer, James Sargant, and Henry Sargant Storer, illustrators. 

Brewer, J. N. Histrionic topography: or, the birth-places, resi- 
dences, and funeral monuments of the most distinguished actors. 
London. 1818. Plates. **T.96.229; etc. 

Stories of the Boston stage. E.\ton, W. O. **T.i5.7 

Stories, The, of the Russian ballet. Applin, A. **T.93.i 

Storm, The. 

Programme of the story, scenery, & dances, in the new grand fairy 
ballet, in two acts The storm; or, the Isle of the Genii! (Pre- 
ceded by an introduction.) Founded on 'La tempete.' London. 
Miller. [1834-] 20 pp. **T.36.68 

Storms, A. D. 

The players blue book. Worcester, Mass. Sutherland & Storms. 
[1901.] 304 pp. Portraits. i\utograph facsimiles. **T.55.56 

Brief biographical sketches of .American actors and actresses. 

Story, The, of a play. Howells, W. D. **T.87.73 

Story, The, of the Scots stage. Lawson, R. 4579-259 

Story, The, of the tragedy of Agis. With observations on the play, 
the performance, and the reception. London. Printed for M. 
Cooper. 1758. 15 PP- **T.96.83 

StouUig, Edmond, editor. 

AxNALES, Les, du theatre et de la musique. Annee 1-39. 1875-1913- 

Paris. 1876-1914. 39 v. Portrait. **T.27.i 

Revue d'art dramatique. [Semi-monthly.] Tome i-t6, 29-32. 1886- 

89, 93. Paris. i88M3- 20 v. **T.25.4 

Strack, Johann Heinrich. 

Das altgriechische Theatergebaude. Potsdam. Riegel. 1843. (3), 
8 pp. 9 plates. *Cab.6o.i38.3 

Straeten, Edmond Vander. See Vander Straeten, Edmond. 
Strakosch, Clara Louise. (Clara Louise Kellogg.) 

Italian opera as illustrated by Adelina Patti. Illus. Portraits. {In 

The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 6-10. New York. 

[1895.]) **M.i4.i.i 

Memoirs of an American prima donna. New York. G. P. Putnam's 

Sons. 1913. xiii, 382 pp. Portraits. Plates. Facsimile. Music. 4045-^55 



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Stralsund, Germany. Theatres. 

Struck, F. Die altesten Zeiten des Theaters zu Stralsund. (1697- 
1834.) Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des deutschen Theaters. 
Stralsund. 1895. **T.75.24 

Strang, Lewis Clinton. 

Celebrated comedians of light opera and musical comedy in America. 
Boston. Page & Co. 1901. 293 PP- Portraits. 4343.208; **T.58.25 

Contents. — Introductory. — Francis Wilson. — James T. Powers. — Walter 
Jones. — De Wolf Hopper. — Richard Golden. — Dutch comedy and its deline- 
ators. — Thomas Q. Seabrooke. — Frank Daniels. — Jerome Sykes. — Dan Daly. 
Henry Clay Barnabee. — Henry E. Dixey. — Otis Harlan. — Richard Carle. — 
Digby Bell. — Jefferson De Angelis. — Peter F. Dailey. — Light comedy in 
opera and its exponents. 

Famous actors of the day in America. Series [i,] 2. Boston. Page 
& Co. 1900, 02. 2 V. Portraits. 4343-209; **T.58.23 

Contents. — i. Preface. — Joseph Jefferson. — James A. Heme. — Richard Mans- 
field. — E. M. Holland. — Edward H. Sothern. — John Drew. — William 
Faversham. — John B. Mason. — Nat C. Goodwin. — James O'Neill. — William 
H. Crane. — Wilton Lackaye. — William Gillette. — Henry Miller. — James K. 
Hackett. — Henry Jewett. — Stuart Robson. — Melbourne MacDowell. — Sol 
Smith RusseU. — Otis Skinner. — J. E. Dodson. — Robert B. Mantell. — 
Roland Reed. — Joseph Haworth. — Herbert Kelcey. 2. Preface. — The new 
E. n. Sothern. — John Drew in comedy and romance. — N. C. Goodwin, the 
comedian. — John B. Mason in modern comedy. — Fritz WilHams. — William 
Gillette and "Sherlock Holmes." — Edwin Arden. — Richard Mansfield's Henry 
V. — William Faversham. — Stuart Robson in "Oliver Goldsmith." — The 
melodramatic James O'Neill. — James A. Heme's "Sag Harbour." — Maclyn 
Arbuckle. — John Hare. — William H. Crane. — Henry Miller in melodrama. — 
John Blair and the Independent Theatre. — Henry Jewett. — Edward S. 
Willard. — Louis Mann. — Charles J. Richman. 
Famous actresses of the day in America. Boston. Page & Co. 1899. 
1902. 2 V. Portraits. 4343.210; **T.58.24 

Another copy is on shelf-number *P. 10.860. 

Contents. — i. Preface. — Maude Adams. — Julia Marlowe. — Sarah Cowell Le 
Moyne. — Minnie Maddern Fiske. — Ida Conquest. — Blanche Walsh. — Annie 
Russell. — Isabel Irving. — Maxine Elliott. — Ada Rehan. — Virginia Harned. 

— Viola Allen. — Corona Riccardo. — Mary Mannering. — Julia Arthur. — 
May Irwin, — Effie Shannon. — Mrs. Leslie Carter. — Mary Shaw. — Olga 
Nethersole. — Lillian Lawrence. — Blanche Bates. — Elsie De Wolfe. — Rose 
Coghlan. — Margaret Anglin. — Fay Davis. — Odette Tyler. — Marie Bur- 
roughs. — Kathryn Kidder. — Helena Modjeska. — May Robson. 2. Julia 
Marlowe in melodrama. — Henrietta Crosman. — Mary Shaw and "Ben Hur." 

— Maude Adams in "L'Aiglon." — Amelia Bingham. — Ida Conquest. — 
Phoebe Davies. — Mrs. Fiske as Becky Sharp. — Hilda Spong. — Annie Russell 
in Hght comedy. — Valerie Bergere. — Mary Mannering as a star. — "Zaza" 
and Mrs. Leslie Carter. — Anna Held. — Sarah Cowell Le Moyne. — Mary 
Sanders. — Ada Rehan's Nell Gwyn. — Elizabeth Tyree. — Grace George. — 
Margaret Anglin. — Viola Allen. — Maxine Elliott. 

Players and plays of the last quarter century. An historical summary 
of causes and a critical review of conditions as existing in the 
American theatre at the close of the nineteenth century. Boston. 
Page & Co. 1903. 2 V. Portraits. Plates. 4343.215; **T.77.i8 

Contents. — I. The theatre of yesterday. 2. The theatre of to-day. 

Prima donnas and soubrettes of light opera and musical comedy in 
America. Boston. Page & Co. 1900. xiv, 270 pp. Portraits. 

4048.183; **T.58.26 

Contents. — Introduction. — Alice Nielsen. — Virginia Earle. — Lillian Russell. 

— Josephine Hall. — Mabelle Gilman. — Fay Templeton. — Madge Lessing. — 
Jessie Bartlett Davis. — Edna Wallace Hopper. — Paula Edwardes. — Lulu 
Glaser. — Minnie Ashley. — Edna May. — Marie Celeste. — Christie Mac- 
Donald. — Marie Dressier. — Delia Fox. — Camille D'Arville. — Marie Tempest. 

— Maud Raymond. — Pauline Hall. — Hilda Clark. 

All the foregoing volumes by Strang belong to the Stage lovers' series. 

Stranger, The, in England. Goede, C. A. G. esyga.yi; **T.98.ioi 

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Strantz, Ferdinand Carl Felix Alexander von. 

Erinnerungen aus meinem Leben. Hamburg. Richter. [1901.] 

(S), 273 pp. Portrait. Facsimiles. 4049.224 

Stratford Theatrical Review, and stage reporter. No. i. Dec. 10, 1827. 

[Stratford. Bacon.] 1827. 4 PP- No. 2 in **G,382i.24 

Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Celebrations. 

Concise account, A, of Garrick's Jubilee held at Stratford-upon- 
Avon, in honour of Shakspeare, in 1769. And of the commemora- 
tive festivals in 1827 and 1830. [With a brief notice of the rise and 
progress of the Shakespearean Club.] Stratford-upon-Avon. 1830. 

No. 4 in **G.3942.3 

Jarvis, J., reporter. Correct detail of the ceremonies attending the 
Shakespearean gala, celebrated at Stratford-upon-Avon, April 2^]- 
25, 1827, with some account of "Garrick's Jubilee," in 1769. Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon. [1827.] Plate. **T.56.i96; etc. 
Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Shakespeare Memorial. 

Buckley, R. R. The Shakespeare revival and the Stratford-upon- 
Avon movement. With chapters on folk-art by Mary Neal, a 
Foreword by F. R. Benson, and an introduction by Arthur Hutch- 
inson [on the Shakespeare Memorial theatre]. London. 191 1. 
Portraits. Plates. Maps. 4598-50 

Shakespeare Memorial Association, Stratford-upon-Avon. Shake- 
speare Memorial, Stratford-on-Avon. London. [1878.] Portrait. 
Plates. Map. **T.57.264; etc. 

A history of the Shakespeare Memorial, Stratford-on-Avon. 

2d edition. Abridged from the ist edition, and brought down to 
February, 1882. London. [1882.] Portrait. Plate. 66ooa.29 

Stratford-upon-Avon Herald. 

The Shakespeare Memorial Buildings, Stratford-upon-Avon. A 
complete record of the festival connected with the inauguration 
of the theatre portion, April 23rd to May 3rd, 1879. Stratford- 
upon-Avon. 1879- **T.55.i2i 
Stratico, Simone, Conte. 

Deir antico teatro di Padova. In Padova. Nella Stamperia del 
Seminario. 1795- viii, 70 pp. 6 plans. 4091.100 

Stratton, Charles Sherwood. 

Bleeker, S. Gen. Tom Thumb's three years' tour around the world, 
accompanied by his wife — ^Lavinia Warren Stratton, Commo- 
dore Nutt, Miss Misnie Warren, and party. New York. Booth. 
1872. 144 pp. Illus. Plates. • 6269.62 ;**T.97.295 

Sketch of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners of 
Charles S. Stratton, the man in miniature known as General Tom 
Thumb. With some account of remarkable dwarfs, giants, & 
other human phenomena, of ancient and modern times. Also, 
General Tom Thumb's songs. New- York. 1847. **T.58.6o; etc. 

Sketch of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners of 
Charles S. Stratton, the man in miniature, known as General Tom 
Thumb, and his wife, Lavinia Warren Stratton, including the 
history of their courtship and marriage; also, of Commodore 
Nutt and Minnie Warren; with some account of remarkable 
dwarfs, giants, & other human phenomena, of ancient and modern 
times. Also, songs given at their public levees. New York. 1863. 
Illus. Portraits.' Plates. **T.58.62; etc. 

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Strauss, Richard. 

Brown, A. A., compiler. [Newspaper clippings and program of first 
performance in America of Richard Strauss's Salome. Boston. 
1910.] **M.357.32 

Stray records; or, personal and professional notes. Harrison, C. 

4572.137 ; **T.57.i5i ; etc. 
Street amusements. See Strolling players. 

Streifzuege durch die Theaterwelt. Felsing, O. **T.75.25 

Streit, Andreas. 

Das Theater. Untersuchungen iiber das Theater-Bauwerk bei den 
klassischen und modernen Volkern. Wien. Lehmann & Wentzel. 
1903. viii, 267 pp. lUus. Plates. Plans. *Cab.6o.i55.3 

Strode, William. 

HoFFSTEN, E. G. The floating island, by William Strode, together 

with an account of the life of the author, and a review of the 

university drama in England, chiefly after the year 1600. Thesis, 

University of Pennsylvania. [St. Louis. 1908.] 2552.181 

Strolling player. A, pseud. See Roberts, John. 

Strolling player. The. Templeton, W. **T.58.85 

Strolling players. 

See also Actors abroad; Italian players in France; Travelling 

companies. 
Albert, M. Les theatres de la foire. (1660-1789.) Paris. 1900. 
Illus. Plates. 4676.104; **T.97.254 

AuRiAC, p. E. J. M. d', editor. Theatre de la foire. Recueil de pieces re- 
presentees aux foires Saint-Germain et Saint-Laurent. Precede d'un 
essai historique sur les spectacles forains. Paris. 1878. **T.37.i46 
Bernardin, N. M. La comedie italienne en France, et les theatres 
de la foire et du boulevard. (1570-1791.) Paris. 1902. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. 2679.277 

BoNNASSiES, J. Les spectacles forains et la Comedie frangaise. Le 
droit des pauvres avant et apres 1789. Les auteurs dramatiques 
et la Comedie frangaise au dix-neuvieme siecle d'apres des docu- 
ments inedits. Paris. 1875. Plate. 2677.76; **T.77. 113 
Campardon, L fi. Les spectacles de la foire. Depuis 1505 jusqu'a 
1791. Documents inedits recueillis aux Archives nationales. Paris. 
1877. 2v. **T.75.6 
Challamel, J. B. M. A. Les amuseurs de la rue. Paris. 1875. Plates. 

**T.97.28o 
Chardon, E. H. La troupe du roman comique devoilee et les 
comediens de campagne au xviic siecle. Le Mans. 1876. **T.54.20 
EsPARBES, A. A. d'. Les forains. Illus. Plates. {In Les demi- 
cabots. Pp. 199-246. Paris. 1896.) **T.97.230 

Fournel, F. V. Tableaux du vieux Paris. Les spectacles populaires 
et les artistes des rues. Paris. 1863. **T.97.i73 

Frebault, fi. Les indust'riels du macadam. Dessins par A. Hum- 
bert. Paris. 1868. Plates. **T.99.43 
GiFFARD, P. L. La tournee du pere Thomas. [Roman.] Paris. 1887. 

**T.87.56 
GouRTET, J. B. Les charlatans celebres, ou tableau historique des 
bateleurs, des baladans et de tous les personnages qui se sont 
rendus celebres dans les rues et sur les places publiques de Paris. 
Paris. 1819. 2 V. Plate. **T.96.327 

Hampe, T. E. Die fahrenden Leute in der deutschen Vergangenheit. 
Leipzig. 1902. Illus. Portrait. Plates. 2831.26 



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Strolling players. (Continued.) 

Ryley, S. W. The itinerant, or memoirs of an actor. [Fiction.] 
London. 1S08-27. 9 v. Portrait. **T.57.3i3; etc, 

ToMKiNS, S., pseud. The adventures of a strolling player. An auto- 
biography. London. [1868.] **T.58.i27 
Strong, Rowland. 

Where and how to dine in Paris, with notes on Paris hotels, waiters 
and their tips, Paris theatres, minor theatres, music halls, racing 
round Paris, etc. London. Richards. 1900. 196 pp. 2639.34 

Struck, Ferdinand. 

Die altesten Zeiten des Theaters zu Stralsund. (1697-1834-^' Ein 

Beitrag zur Geschichte des deutschen Theaters. Stralsund. 

Konigliche Regicrungs-Buchdruckerei. 1895. I34 PP- **T.75.24 

Struggle, The, for a free stage in London. Nicholson, W. 2552.33 

Struggles and triumphs. Barnum, P. T. **T.57.74; etc. 

Stuart, Charles Douglas, editor. 

Encore annual, The. 1894. Edited by Edward Lawrance and Charles 
Douglas Stuart. London. [1894.] Portraits. **T.93.i5 

Stuart, Charles Douglas, and A. J. Park. 

The variety stage. A history of the music halls from the earliest 
period to the present time. London. Unwin. [1895-] xii, 255 
(I) pp. **T.97.i74 

Stuart, Donald Clive. 

Stage decoration in France in the Middle Ages. New York. The 
Columbia University Press. 1910. ix, 230 pp. [Columbia Univer- 
sity studies in Romance philology and literature.] 4676.123 
Student and singer. Santley, Sir C. **M.io6.2o; etc. 
Student theatricals. 

See also Amateur theatricals; Programmes. Theatre. Amateur. 
Adderley, Flon. J. G. The fight for the drama at Oxford. Some 
plain facts narrated by J. G. Adderley. With a preface by W. L. 
Courtney. Oxford. 1888. ^ **T.98.29 
Bellasis, E. The money jar of Plautus at the Oratory School; an 
account of the recent representation. London. 1885. Illus. 
Plate. **T.56.i35 
The new Terence at Edgbaston: being notices of the perform- 
ances [at the Oratory School] in 1880 [The cup-bearer] and 1881 
[Phormio]. London. 1885. **T.56.i67 
Boas, F. S. University drama in the Tudor age. Oxford. 1914. 

4574.196 
College of St. Francis Xavier, Ne7v York City. The Latin play at 
Saint Francis Xavier's. [New York. 1890.] **T.36.i7 

College theatricals. 60-98 pp. (In Tales from Blackwood. Vol. 2. 
Edinburgh. [1861.]) *6579a.i53.2 

Coopek, C. H. The actors in Dr. Legge's tragedy of Richardus 
Tertius, performed at St. John's College, at the bachelors' com- 
mencement, 1579-1580. (In Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Eng- 
land. Antiquarian communications. Vol. i, pp. 347-357- Cam- 
bridge. 1859-) *25o6.6.i 
Elliot, W. G., editor. Amateur clubs & actors. With illustrations 
by C. M. Newton and from photographs. London. 1898. Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.96.i4i 
English Club, Leland Stanford Junior University. The trve historic 
of the Knyght of the Burning Pestle by Francis Beaumont and 
John Fletcher. Booke of the play as presented by the English 

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Student theatricals. (Continued.) 

Clvb of the Stanford University; including a compendious dis- 
course on seeing an Elizabethan play, and a notable account 
of how a young gallant should behave himselfe in a play-house, 
reprinted from the Gvlls horne-book by T. Deckar. San Fran- 
cisco. 1903. Portrait. Plates. 25593.109 
Farren, R. The birds of Aristophanes as performed by members of 
the University at the Theatre Royal, Cambridge, November, 
1883. [Cambridge. 1884.] (n) plates. **T.42.5 

The Eumenides of Aeschylus as performed by members of 

the University at the Theatre Royal, Cambridge, December, 1885. 
Cambridge. 1886. (6) plates. **T,42.4 

Iphigenia in Tauris of Euripides. Performed by members of 

the University at the Theatre Royal, Cambridge, November & 
December, 1894- Cambridge. [1895.] (?) plates. **T.4i.2 

The Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles as performed at Cam- 
bridge Nov. 22-26, 1887. With a portrait of C. Villiers Stanford. 
Cambridge. 1887. (6) plates. **T.4i.3 

Garrison, L. McK. x\n illustrated history of the Hasty Pudding 
Club theatricals. With an introduction by J. T. Wheelwright. 
Cambridge. 1897. Illus. Plates. *448oa.i57 

GoFFLOT, L. V. Le theatre au college du moyen age a nos jours, 
avec bibliographic et appendices. Le Cercle frangais de I'Uni- 
versite Harvard. Preface par Jules Claretie. Paris. 1907. Plates. 

4674-17 

HiGGS, G. An account of the Christmas prince as it was exhibited 
in the University of Oxford in the year 1607. (In Miscellanea 
antiqua Anglicana. London. 1816.) No. 3 in *45i2.i42 

HoFFSTEN, E. G. The floating island, by William Strode, together 
with an account of the life of the author, and a review of the 
university drama in England, chiefly after the year 1600. Thesis, 
University of Pennsylvania. [St. Louis. 1908.] 2552.181 

HosMER, J. K. The new wrinkle at Sweetbrier; or, the drama in 
college. [Boston. 1872.] 4498.107 

McCoNAUGHV, J. L. The school drama, including Palsgrave's intro- 
duction to Acolastus. New York. 1913- *3592.22o.57 

MACKINNON, A. The Oxford amateurs. A short history of theatricals 
at the University. London. 1910. Portrait. Plates. 2497.183 

Norman, Sir H. An account of the Harvard Greek play [the CEdipus 
Tyrannus of Sophocles]. Boston. 1882. Portraits. Plates. Music. 

3006.8; **T.57.i25; etc. 

Old Westminster, An, pseud. The Westminster play [the Phormio of 
Terence] : its actors and its visitors. [London.] 1855. **T.97.265 

Pryor, F. R. The Oidipus Tyrannus. A record by L. Speed and F. 
R Pryor of the performance [at the University of Cambridge] 
in November, 1887. Cambridge. [1888.] Illus. Plate. **T.3i.6 

Radcliffe College Alumnae Association. Pirates of Penzance. For 
the benefit of Radcliffe College Library. [Announcement. Bos- 
ton. 1905.] 4358.66 

Schmidt, E., Pater. Die Biihnenverhaltnisse des deutschen Schul- 
dramas und seiner volkstiimlichen Ableger im sechzehnten Jahr- 
hundert. Berlin. 1903. Plates. 4873-1 " 

Stage, The, condemn'd and the encouragement to the immoralities 
and profaneness of the theatre, by the English schools, univer- 
sities and pulpits, censur'd. London t6q8. No. t in **G 382:^.20 

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Student theatricals. (Continued.) 

University of Chicago. At the Auditorium playe-house, Chicago, 
neare to the bank-side, the seventeenth of Maye next, a right 
mery and wittie comedie intituled The case is alterd, publiquely 
acted by the students in the Universitie. [A synopsis of the play, 
with notes. Chicago.] 1902. Portraits. Plates. *6579.i23 

University of Oxford. Archives. James I at Oxford in 1605. (/n 
Malone Society. Collections. Vol. i, part 3. PP- 247-259. [Ox- 
ford.] 1909.) **G.4077-i5-i-Part3 
Werenfels, S. The usefulness of dramatic interludes, in the educa- 
tion of youth: an oration spoke before the masters and scholars 
of the University of Basil. London. 1744. No. 10 in **G.3824.2 
Studies in seven arts. Symons, A. 4077.348 
Studies in stagecraft. Hamilton, C. M. 2256.63 
Studies of old actors, i: Garrick in "Lord Hastings." 11: Mossop in 
"Cardinal W'olsey." in: Henderson in "Jacques." [Dublin. 1863.] 
450-458 pp. No. 4 in **G.62.5 

Cut from the University Magazine, October, 1863 [Periodical Room *3i88. i]. 

Studies of the drama. Pinkham, G. R. **T.46.49 

Studies of the stage. Matthews, J. B. 24093.114; **T.49.2; etc. 

Stuemcke, Heinrich C. A. 

Die Deutsche Theaterausstellung, Berlin, 1910. Berlin. 1911. xii, 
58 pp. 45 plates. Portraits. Facsimiles. [Gesellschaft fiir 
Theatergeschichte.] 6907.27 

Henriette Sontag. Ein Lebens- und Zeitbild. Berlin. 1913. xvi, 
312 pp. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. [Gesellschaft fiir 
Theatergeschichte.] 6907.30 

Stuemcke, Heinrich C. A., editor. 

Buehne und Welt. [Semi-monthly.] Zeitschrift fiir Theaterwesen, 

Literatur und Musik. Jahrgang 1-14. 1898/99-1912. Berlin. 

[1898-11912. 14 V. in 28. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.24.i 

Schroeder, A. S. Briefe von Sophie Schroder (1813-1868). Berlin. 

1910. Portraits. 6907.26 

Sturgis, Granville Forbes. 

The influence of the drama. New York. The Shakespeare Press. 
1913. 203 pp. 6257.60 

Lists of plays, etc., pp. 136-202. Relates also to theatrical conditions in the 
United States. 

Stuttgart, Germany. Theatres. Hoftheater. 

Mueller-Palm. A. Briefe aus der Bretterwelt. Ernstes und 
Heiteres aus der Geschichte des Stuttgarter Hoftheaters. Stutt- 
gart. 188 1. **T.76.i7i 
Wehl, F. von. Fiinfzehn Jahre Stuttgarter Hoftheater-Leitung. Ein 
Abschnitt aus meinem Leben. Hamburg. 1886. Portrait. Plate. 

**T.76.3o 
Styles, John. 

A defence of An essay on the immoral and anti-Christian tendency 
of the stage, against the animadversions of a critique in the 
Annual Review. London. Williams & Smith. 1807. 68 pp. 

**T.96.i09 
The Annual Review, containing Arthur Aikin's attack, may be found on shelf- 
numljcr *7295.xo.5. 

An essay on the character, immoral, and antichristian tendency of 
the stage. Newport, Isle of Wight. The Author. 1806. xi, 139 pp. 

**T.77-i58 



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Styles, John. (Continued.) 

Same. An essay on the character and influence of the stage on morals 

and happiness. 2d edition, with an appendix. London. Williams 

& Smith. 1807. xi, 188 pp. **T.77.i57 

Same. The stage: its character and influence. 4th edition, revised. 

London. Ward & Co. 1838. vi, 210 pp. **T,96.i35 

Subsidies. Government. 

BossuET, P. Histoire des theatres nationaux. Paris. [1909.] 4674.33 
Malliot, a. L. Le nouveau regime des theatres dans les departe- 

ments. Fondation des theatres imperiaux de la province. Rouen. 

1865. **T.97.222 

MoNVAL, G. H. M. Les theatres subventionnes. Paris. 1879. 

**T.95.63 
Succes dramatiques, Les. Giffard, P. L. **T.49.9 

Suckau, fidouard de, translator. 

Lessing, G. E. Dramaturgic de Hambourg. Paris. 1885. **T.47.29 

Suite de I'Observateur des spectacles. [Hebdomadaire.] Annee, 1763. 

Continuee par Mr. ***. No. 1-13. Jan. 4 -mars 29, 1763. A 

Amsterdam, Chez H. Constapel. 1764. (i), 206 pp. **T.28.22 

Chevrier's L'observateur des spectacles may be found on shelf-number •*T.28.2i. 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 

Cellier, F. a., and C. Bridgeman. Gilbert and Sullivan and their 

operas. With recollections and anecdotes of D'Oyly Carte & 

other famous Savoyards. Boston. 1914. Portraits. Plates. 4047.135 

Fitzgerald, P. H. The Savoy opera and the Savoyards [Gilbert and 

Sullivan]. London. 1894. Illus. Portraits. 2578.113 

Sullivan, Barry. 

Lawrence, W. J. Barry Sullivan: a biographical sketch. London. 
1893. Portrait. **T.57.450 

SiLLARD, R. M. Barry Sullivan and his contemporaries. A his- 
trionic record. London. 1901. 2 v. Portraits. 4545.176; **T.56.30 
Sullivan, Mary. 

Court masques of James L Their influence on Shakespeare and the 
public theatres. New York. Putnam. 1913. xi, 259 pp. Portrait. 
Plate. Facsimile. 4594.170 

Sullivan, Thomas Barry. See Sullivan, Barry. 
Sumbel, Leah. See WeUs, Mary. 
Summers, William. See Sommers, William. 

Sunny side of the street. Wilder, M. P. *44o8.234 

Supernumerary, A, pseud. See Ford, Tom. 

Sur I'art du comedien. Failly, E. J. **T.95.6i 

Sur rOpera et sur le danger auquel il vient d'echapper. Paris. Dela- 

forest. [182-?] 8 pp. No. 4 in **M.i26.8 

Sur la scene et dans la salle. Jallais, A. J. B. F.-R. de. **T.79.2i 

Sur les planches. Lambert, A. L. **T.77.i35 

Surrey Dramatic Spectator,' The: or, critical remarks on the daily 

performances, with the bills of the play. Vol. i (no. 79). Jan. 

30, 1828. [London.] 1828. **T.26.i7 

Susarion, pseud., editor. 

ToMKiNS, Simon, pseud. The adventures of a strolling player. An 
autobiography. London. [1868.] **T.58.i27 

Sutor, Alexander. 

An essay on the stage: in which the arguments in its behalf, and 

those against it, are considered; and its morality, character, and 

effects illustrated. Aberdeen. Chalmers & Co. 1820. (10), 166 

pp. **T.77.58 

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Sutton, Albert. 

Shakespeare and the drama. A catalogue of Shakespearean and 
dramatic literature offered for sale by Albert Sutton. Man- 
chester. [189-?] 23 pp. Portraits. **T.65.43 
Same. 24 pp. Portrait. [No. 107.] **T.65.44 
Same. 1905. 32 pp. Illus. Portraits. [No. 130.] **T.66.28 
Svetloff, Valerian, and Leon Bakst. 

Le ballet contemporain. Traduction frangaise de M.-D. Calvocoressi. 
[Paris. Brunoff.] 1912. (4), vii, (i), 134, (3) pp. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates, many colored. *404oa.i40 
Swan, Anna. 

The Siamese twins, Chang- and Eng. With sketches of the lives of 
Miss Swan, the Nova-Scotian giantess, and Zoebida Luti, the 
lady of beauty. London. [1869.] Portraits. **T.56.234 

Swell, Jeremy, pseud. 

The tailors' revolt; a mock-heroic poem, in three books. London. 
Hughes. 1805. V, 5-23 pp. No. 3 in **G.3824.i4 

Relates to a riot which took place at the Haymarket Theatre, August 15, 1805, 
when a mob of tailors attempted to stop the performance of Samuel Foote's 
tragedy, The tailors. A reply to this poem, by A. Flint, called, The tailor's 
answer to the late attacks upon their profession . . . may be found on shelf- 
number No. 6 in **G.382i.5. 

Swift, Jonathan, alleged author. 

A project for the advancement of religion, and the reformation of 
manners. By a person of quality. London: Printed for Benj. 
Tooke. 1709. 62 pp. No. 3 in **G.3823.i4 

Discusses in part the question of the theatre and amusements. 

Switzerland. Theatres. 

Beetschen, a. Das Theaterwesen in der Schweiz. Berlin. 1897. 

**T.96.25 
Sylvaticus, pseud. See Pennie, John Fitzgerald. 
Symonds, John Addington, translator. 

Gozzi, C, Conte. The memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi. With essays 

on Italian impromptu comedy. Also subjects illustrating Italian 

comedy by Maurice Sand. London. 1890. 2 v. Portrait. Plates, 

some colored. **T.55.4i ; etc. 

Symons, Arthur. 

Plays, acting and music. London. Duckworth & Co. 1903. (11), 

196 pp. Portraits. 6252.68 

Studies in seven arts. 3d impression. New York. Dutton & Co. 

1910. vii, 394 PP- 4077-348 

Contains, among others, essays on Eleonora Duse ; A new art of the stage; A 
symbolist farce; Pantomime and the poetic drama; The world as ballet. 

Synge, John Millington. 

Bourgeois, M. John Millington Synge and the Irish theatre. [With 
a list of first performances of Synge's plays in various countries 
and places.] London. 1913- Portraits. Plates. 4579.244 

T 

T., E. B. 

Le theatre S'-Martin, revue satirique, critique, ou tout ce que Ton 
voudra, en 82 lignes de prose soi-disant rimee. Paris. Huet. 1820. 
7 pp. No. 7 in **G.3562.i 

A letter of compliment to the fngenious author of A treatise on the 
passions, so far as they regard the stage; with a critical enquiry 



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T., J. (Continued.) 

into the theatrical merit of Mr. G---k, Mr. Q n, and Mr. 

B y, &c. With some further remarks on Mr. M n. And 

a few hints on our modern actresses, particularly Mrs. C r and 

Mrs. P d. London: Printed for C. Corbrett. [1747.] 47 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 9 in **G.382i.s. **T.77.30 

Tableau, Le, des theatres, almanach nouveau. Pour Tannee 1750. A Paris, 
chez la veuve Delormel & fils. 1750. 61 pp. No. i in **G.3568.i.i 
Tableaux vivants. 

Frost, S. A. The book of tableaux and shadow pantomimes. New 
York. [1869.] 40093.260 

Tablettes dramatiques. Mouhy, C. de F., Chevalier de. **T.78.67; etc. 
Taconet, Gaspard Toussaint. 

Aetaud, J. B. Taconet; ou memoires historiques pour servir a la vie 
de cet homme celebre. A Amsterdam, 1775. **T.57.i8i 

Taconnet, Toussaint Gaspard. See Taconet, Gaspard Toussaint. 
Taglioni, Paolo. 

[The revolt of the harem.] Programme of the story, scenery, and 

dances, in the fairy tale. The revolt of the harem. London. Miller. 

[1834.] 20 pp. **T.35.23; No. i in **M.i47.35 

Tailor's answer. The, to the late attacks upon their profession. Flint, 

A., pseud. No. 6in**G.382i.5 

Tailors' revolt, The. Swell, Jeremy, pseud. No. 3 in **G.3824.i4 

Talbot, Frederick Arthur Ambrose. 

Moving pictures: how they are made and worked. Philadelphia. J. 
B. Lippincott Co. 1912. xv, 340 pp. Illus. Plates. Plans. [Con- 
quests of science.] 80393.49 
Practical cinematography and its applications. Philadelphia. J. B. 
Lippincott Co. 1913. xii, 262 pp. Plates. Diagrams. 80393.51 
Tale, The, of a modern genius. Pennie, J. F. **T.57.20 
Tales from the note-book of a stroller. Stewart, D. **T.57.266 
Tales from the note-book of an ex-actor. Fleck, D., and W. Artis. 

**T.87.9o 
Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon. 

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Gibber, comedian, written by 
himself. [Review. London. 1820.] 167-181 pp. 

No. 8 in **G.3930.i3.i 

Cut from the Retrospective Review, May i, 1820 [Periodical Room *3i84.3]. 
Colley Gibber's Apology may be found on shelf-numbers **T.s6.2i4; **T.S4.7; 
etc. 

Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon. Works about. 

Visitor, A, psciid. The theatre. Observations on a recent pamphlet, 

entitled "The pulpit justified and the theatre condemned," by the 

Rev. John East, in a letter, addressed to Thomas Noon Talfourd. 

London. 1844. **T.76.ioo 

Talk, A, about the green-room, and its people. Logan, O. 

No. 14 in **G.3822.3 
Talks with playgoers. Jones, H. A. **T.76.i86 

Tallis, John, & Co., publishers. 

70 engravings from photographs of living actors, illustrative of 
Shakespeare's plays. Proof impressions. [London. 1851?] 

**G.Cab.i.8 

A number of these portraits appear also in Tallis's Shakspere gallery of en- 
gravings. 

Tallis's Illustrated Life in London. See Sporting Pilot, The, and the 
Age, theatrical, musical, and sporting. 

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Tallis's Shakspere gallery of engravings. London. Tallis & Co. [1850- 
53.] 3 V. in I. Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. **T.23.i2 

From Nov. 1850 to June 1851 this work was issued monthly under the title 

Tallis's Dramatic Magazine and General Thcaliical & Musical Review. It was 

succeeded by Tallis's Drawing-room table book of theatrical portraits, memoirs, 

and anecdotes, which was issued in .six parts, and which consisted of biographical 

sketches of actors. This was in turn succeeded by Tallis's Shakspere gallery of 

engravings, which was issued in twenty parts. 

This volume contains all the issues under the first title; apparently all under 

the second (although they are without separate title-pages and unnumbered) ; 

and about half (also without title-pages) under the third. 

A coi y containing only Talhs's Dramatic Magazine and General Theatrical i^- 

Musical Review is on shelf-number *72Soa.45. 

Same. Intended as a supplementary volume, or to illustrate all 
existing editions of the works of the immortal bard of Avon: 
with essays on the plays, forming a history of the sources from 
which he derived his subjects, and a critical analysis of every 
drama. London. The London Printing and Publishing Co. 
ri8=;-^l Unpaged. Portraits. Plate. Autograph facsimiles. 
^ " ' **G.3952.ii 

Tallis's Theatrical and Musical News. See Sporting Pilot, The, and the 

Age, theatrical, musical, and sporting. 
Talma, Cecile Caroline Charlotte. See Vanhove, Cecile Caroline 

Charlotte. 
Talma, Frangois Joseph. 

Memoires de J.-F. Talma ecrits par lui-meme et receuillis [sic] et mis 

en ordre sur les papiers de sa famille par Alexandre Dumas. 

Paris. Souverain. 1849, 50. 4 v. in 2. *4646.55 

Same. Tome 1-3. 1850. 3 v. in i. **T.55.9i 

Reflexions sur Lekain et I'art theatral. Paris. Fontaine. 1856. (3), 

xxiv, 95 PP- 467ob.52 

At the end is a list of parts played by Talma. This miy also be found in 

Lekain's Memoires 1**0.224.2.13!. 

Same. Reflexions on the actor's art. With an introduction by Sir 

Henry Irving, and a review by H. C. Fleeming Jenkin. New 

York. 1915. (5), 63, (i) pp. [Columbia University. Dramatic 

Museum.] **T.46.6i.4 

Same. Talma on the actor's art, with preface by Henry Irvmg. 

London. Bickers. [1883.] 26, (i) pp. ^ 4673.77; **T,76.i42 

Reponse au memoire de la Comedie frangaise. A Paris, Chez Garnery. 

L'an second de la liberte [1790]. (3), 27 pp. **T.76.i62 

Talma, Frangois Joseph, prefacer. 

Lekain, H. L. Cain, called Lekain. Memoires. Precedes de re- 
flexions sur cet acteur et sur I'art theatral, par F. Talma. Paris. 
1825. **T.56.io; etc. 

Talma, Frangois Joseph. Works about. 

A Monsieur Talma, apres une representation d'CEdipe sur le theatre 

d'Amiens. [Vers. Amiens? 18—?] (i) p. **T.97.i35 

B., J. M. L'eleve de Melpomene. A M. Talma. [Vers.] Paris. 1808. 

**T.97.i36 
Copin, a. fitudes dramatiques. Talma et I'Empire. Paris. 1887. 

**T.57.20O 

fitudes dramatiques. Talma et la Revolutions. Paris. 1887. 

**T.57.269 

Duval, £. Talma. Precis historique sur sa vie, ses derniers momens 

et sa mort, suivi d'anecdotes, de quelques jugemens aur ce 

tragedien et des discours prononces sur sa tombe. Paris. 1826. 

Portrait. **T.59.38 

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Talma, Frangois Joseph. Warks about. (Continued.) 

FiRMiN, J. F. Becquerelle, called Firmin. Parallele entre Talma et 

Lekain. Esquisse. Suivi de quelques reflexions sur I'art 

dramatique. Paris. 1826. **T.57.34 

Lafon, p. Discours prononce sur la tombe de Talma, le 21 octobre 

1826. Paris. 1826. **T.97.i7 

Laugier, a. Notice sur Talma. Paris. 1827. (3), 136 pp. Plate. 

Facsimile. No. 5 in **M.i47-i6 

Manne, a. E. D. de. Galerie historique des comediens de la troupe 

de Talma. Notices sur les principaux societaires de la Comedie 

frangoise depuis 1789 jusqu' aux trente premieres annees de ce 

siecle. (Ouvrage faisant suite a La troupe de Voltaire.) Lyon. 

1866. Portraits. **T.56.93 

Mejanel, a. Memoires de Talma. Londres. 1817. Plate. 

No. 6 in **M. 125.7 

MoREAU, C. F. J. B. Memoires historiques et litteraires sur F.-J. 

Talma. Paris. 1826. **T.57.32 

Paris. Theatres. Comedie francaise. Expose de la conduite et les 

torts du Sieur Talma, envers les comediens frangais. A Paris. 

1790. **T.76.i09 

Philalethe, pseud. Deux avis sur ce siecle, ou le vieillard d'autrefois 

refute par I'homme d'aujourdhui. Critique pour les uns, panegy- 

rique pour les autres, poeme pliilosophique et moral pour tout le 

monde. Suivi d'une epitre a M'' Talma. Paris. [18—?] **T.97.i33 

Potier de Lille, L. Justification des comediens frangois. Opinions 

sur les chefs-d'oeuvres des auteurs morts, & projet de decret 

portant reglement entre les auteurs dramatiques & tons les 

comediens du royaume. [Paris? 1790.] **T.76.i63 

Regnault-Warin, J. B. J. L P. Memoires historiques et critiques 

sur F.-J. Talma, et sur I'art theatral. Paris. 1827. **T.56.i76; etc. 

Reiffenberg, F. a. F. T., Baron de. [Epitre a Talma.] N. p. [18—?] 

**T.97.i34 

TissoT, p. F. Souvenirs historiques sur la vie et la mort de F. 

Talma. Paris. 1826. Portrait. No. 5 in **M.i25.7 

Vaniiove, C. C. C. Etudes sur I'art theatral suivies d'anecdotes 

inedites sur Talma, et de la correspondance de Ducis avec cet 

artiste, depuis 1792 jusqu' en 1815. Paris. 1836. **T.76.54 

Talma, J. F. See Talma, Frangois Joseph. 

Talmage, Thomas DeWitt. 

PoRTEOUS, G. B. Rev. Dr. Porteous on the pulpit and stage; or, 
churches and theatres, and players and preachers. An antici- 
pated reply to Rev. Dr. Talmage's tirade against theatres. New 
York. 1874. 7464.134; **T.95.35 

Tamburini, Antonio. 

BiEZ, J. DE. Tamburini et la musique italienne. Paris. 1877. Por- 
trait. ' 27493.51; No. 4 in **M. 128.31 
Maccolini. G. Delia vita e dell' arte di Antonio Tamburini fino al 
giugno del 1842. Breve commentario. Faenza. [1842.] 4049.127 
Tampier, L. C. Camille. 

Dernieres heures de Rachel. Lettres qui lui ont ete adressees sur 
sa maladie. Paris. Labe. 1858. (3), q6, (3) PP- 

No. 4 in **M. 147.16 

Taormina, Sicily. Theatres. Teatro Greco. 

Gallo, a. bescrizione istorica, ed antiquaria dell' antico teatro di 
Tavormina. [Messina? I773-] Plates. *4098.ioi ; etc. 

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Taphanel, Achille. 

Le Theatre de Saint-Cyr. (1689-1792.) D'apres dcs documents 
inedits. Versailles. Cerf. 1876. xi, 288 pp. Plan. 2674.51; **T.76.i4 
Tarlton, Richard. 

Tarlton's jests; and News out of Purgatory, with notes, and some 
account of the life of Tarlton. By Tames Orchard Halliwell. 
London. [Shoberl.] 1844. xlvii, 135, (i) pp. [Shakespeare Society.] 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. i in *4S96.9 ; **G.3927.i4. 4596-57 

Tarlton's jests. [With notices of him from various sources.] (In 
Hazlitt, W. Carew, editor. Shakespeare jest-books. Vol. 2, pp. 
189-260. London. 1864.) , 4598.ii.2 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 4072.8. 2. 

Tarlton, Richard. Works about. 

Nicholson, B. Kemp and the play of Hamlet — Yorick and Tarlton 
— a short chapter in dramatic history. {In New Shakspere So- 
ciety. Transactions. No. 8. 1880-6. Part i, pp. 57-66. London. 
1881.) *6552.io.i88o-i886.i ; etc. 

Taschereau, Jules Antoine. 

Histoire de la vie et des ouvrages de Moliere. Paris. Ponthieu. 

1825. vj, 448 pp. Autograph facsimiles. 4645.67 

Same. 2e edition augmentee. Brissot-Thivars. 1828. vij, 452 pp. .2655.4 

Bibliographic de Moliere, pp. 415-436. Other copies are on shelf-numbers 
**47o6.i3; **G.352i.it. 

Same. 3e edition, augmentee. (3), iv, 316 pp. Portrait. Plate. 

Bibliographie de Moliere, pp. 277-300. **T.57.325 

Taste, The, of the town. [Anon.] See Ralph, James. 
Tatler, The, a miscellany of literature, fine arts, music, and theatricals. 
Edited by R. Seton. [Tri-weekly.] New series, no. 1-56, 58, 59. 
April 2 -October 6, 1832. London. 1833. **T.25.30 

Tawney, Mildred C. See Vyvyan, Mildred C. 

Taylor, . 

Theatrical portraits, epigramatically delineated; wherein the merit 
and demerit of most of our stage heroes and heroines are excel- 
lently painted by some of the best masters. London: Printed for 
J. Bew. [1774.] ix, 14 pp. No. 13 in **G.3820.9 

On actors in the London theatres. 
Taylor, Clara Marie Cecilia Stella. 

Creahan, J. The life of Laura Keene, actress, artist, manager and 

scholar. With reminiscences of her daughters [Clara Marie 

Cecilia Stella Taylor and Emma Taylor]. Philadelphia. 1897. 

Portraits. Plates. 4343.225 ; **T.55.6o 

Taylor, Douglas, editor. 

Drew, L. L. Autobiographical sketch of Mrs. John Drew. With 
an introduction by her son John Drew. With biographical notes 
by Douglas Taylor. New York. 1899. Illus. Portraits. Plate. 

4343.212; **T.56.253 
Maeder, C. F. Autobiography. New-York. 1897. Portraits. **T.95.i6 
Taylor, Emerson. 

Practical stage directing for amateurs. A handbook for amateur 
managers and actors. New York. Dutton & Co. [1916.] (6), 
194 pp. Diagram. 6257.106 

Taylor, Hobart Chatfield Chatfield-. 

Goldoni. A biography. Illustrations from the paintings of Pietro 
and Alessandro Longhi. New York. Duffield & Co. 1913. (i), 
xvii, 695 pp. Portrait. Plates. 2744.93 

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Taylor, Hobart Chatfield Chatfield-. (Continued.) 

Moliere. A biography. New York. Duffield & Co. 1906. xxv, 434 

pp. Plates. 2642,206 
Taylor, Isidore Justin Severin, Baron. 

Catalogue de [sa] bibliotheque dramatique, dont la vente aura lieu 

27 novembre-13 decembre. Paris. Techener. 1893. xvi, 491, 

(2) pp. **T.64.4 
Taylor, John. 

Poems on various subjects. London. Payne & Foss. 1827. 2 v. 

Many of these deal with actors and the stage. **T.96.I98 

Records of my life. London. Bull. 1832. 2 v. Portrait. Autograph 
facsimile. **T.55.io3 

Contains many references to actors. 

Same. New-York. Harper. 1833. 461 pp. **T.55.io4 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers **K.33.2; **K.33.i2. 

Taylor, John, the Water Poet. 

The trve cavse of the watermen's suit concerning players, and the 
reasons that their playing on London side is their extreame 
hindrances. With a relation how farre that suit was proceeded 
in, and the occasions that it was not effected. [London. 1872.] 
.19 pp. [The old book collector's miscellany. Vol. 2.] **T.76.i45 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 15 in *45S5.52.2. 

Taylor, Tom. 

The great actors of 1775. [London. 1863.] 83-89, 158-169, 245-259 
pp. No. 3 in **G.62.5 

Cut from the Victoria Magazine, May, July, 1863 [Periodical Room *7363-i]- 
Devoted to Garrick, Weston, and others. 

Personal reminiscences by O'Keeffe, Kelly and Taylor. New York. 
Scribner, Armstrong & Co. 1875. xxi, 341 pp. 6549.129 

The theatre in England. Some of its shortcomings and possibilities. 
London. The British & Colonial Publishing Co., Ltd. 1871. 11, 
(i) pp. **T.95.36 

Reprinted from The Dark Blue, Aug., 1871 [*73i7.SO.i]. 

Taylor, William. 

A concise statement of transactions and circumstances respecting 
the King's Theatre, in the Haymarket, together with the official 
correspondence upon the same subject. 2d edition. London: 
Published by J. Debrett. 1791- Cs), 48 PP- No. 4 in **G.3824.i3 

This theatre is now called His Majesty's Theatre. 

Tcheng-Ki-Tong. 

Les Chinois peints par eux-memes. Le theatre des Chinois. Etude 

de moeurs comparees. Paris. Levy. 1886. (5), xii, 324 pp. 

[Bibliotheque contemporaine.] 30193.56; **T.47. 26 

Tears, The, of genius. Sheridan, R. B. B. **T.57.403 

Teasdale, Harvey. 

The life and adventures of Harvey Teasdale, the converted clown and 

man monkey. With 'his remarkable conversion in Wakefield 

Prison. 9th edition. — i8th thousand. Sheffield. The General 

Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd. 1873. 103, (i) pp. **T.57.370 

Tea-table talk. Mathews, A. 2578.52; **T.56.3i6 

Teatro, II, e gli artisti. Mastriani, G. **T.76.67 

Technik, Die, der Aktschliisse ini deutschen Drama. Hochgreve, W. 

6257.390 
Tegg, Thomas. 

The rise, progress, and termination of the O. P. War, in poetic 
epistles, or Hudibrastic letters. London. Tegg. 1810. xi, 179 PP- 

**T.78.4i 
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Tegg, Thomas. (Continued.) 

Shakspeare and his contemporaries. With the plots of his plays, 
theatres and actors. London. Tegg & Co. 1879. ix, (i), 244 pp. 
Portraits. Plates. Autograph facsimile. 2597.38; **T.57.273 

Telbin, Rose. 

D T M. Memoir of the late Miss Rose Telbin. [New York. 185-?] 
'portrait. **T.98.ii4; etc. 

Telbin, W., illustrator. 

London. Theatres. Lyceum theatre. Souvenir of King Henry the 
Eighth, presented 5th January, 1892, by Henry Irving. London. 
1892. (20) plates. " 45993.109; **T.58.i5i 

Temoin, Un, de ses fautes, pseud. See Banville, Theodore Faullain de. 
Tempel, J. 

Scenen aus Shakespeare's Dramen. [London? 187-?] 12 plates. 

With descriptive matter on the reverse side. No. 2 in **G.3952,28 

Tempete, La. Storm, The. Programme of the story, scenery & dances, 
in the new grand fairy ballet, in two acts, The storm. Founded 
on 'La tempete.' London. [1834.] **T.36.68 

Templeton, John. 

Husk, W. H.. editor. Templeton & Malibran. Reminiscences with 
original letters & anecdotes. London. [1880.] Portraits. 

4057-39 ;**M. 149.29 

Templeton, William. 

The strolling player; or, life and adventures of William Templeton. 
London. Symonds. 1802. 3 v. **T.58,85 

Tentation, La, de Saint-Antoine. Riviere, H. L. 4043.115 

Terentius Afer, Publius. Phormio. 

The Phormio of Terence. Translated into English prose by M. H. 
Morgan. With a new prologue by J. B. Greenough and with the 
Vatican miniatures accurately reproduced. Cambridge. Wilson. 
1894. XV, loi. (i) pp. xxvi plates. **T.35.23 

Issued in connection with the performance of the play given by Harvard 
students on April 19, 1894- 

Terentius Afer, Publius. Works about. 

Bellasis, E. The new Terence at Edgbaston: being notices of the 

performances [at the Oratory School] in 1880 [The cup-bearer] 

and 1881 [Phormio]. London. 1885. **T.56.i67 

Old Westminster, An, pseud. The Westminster play [Terence's 

Phormio] : its actors and its visitors. [London.] 1855. **T.97.265 

Termagant, Roxana, pseud. See Thornton, Bonnell. 

Terpsichore. Duval, G. 6ooga.8o 

Terriss, William. 

Smvthe, a. J. The life of William Terriss, actor. With an introduction 
by Clement Scott. Westminster. 1898. Portraits. Plates. **T.55.57 
Terry, Daniel. 

British theatrical gallery, a collection of whole length portraits, with 
biographical notices. [London.] Berthoud. 1825. (77) pp. Por- 
traits. **T.52.i 
Same. Colored portraits. **K.83.7 
Terry, Ellen. 

The Russian ballet. With drawings by Pamela Colnian Smith. New 
York. The Bobbs-Merrill Co. [1913-] viii, (i), 52, (2) pp. lUus. 
Portrait. Plates. **T.97.344 

The story of my life. Recollections and reflections. New York. 
The McClure Co. 1908. (14), 4:07 pp. Portraits. Plates. Auto- 
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Terry, Ellen. Works about. 

Craig, E. G. Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, etc. A book of portraits. 

[Chicago. 1899.] Portraits. Plate. **T.52.8 

HiATT, C. Ellen Terry and her impersonations. An appreciation. 

London. 1898. Portraits. 2549.149; **T.57.205 

Marshall, C. Ellen Terry. London. 1907. Portraits. Plates. 

45493.196 
Pemberton, T. E. Ellen Terry and her sisters. New York. 1002. 
Portraits. Plates. 4545.178; **T.56.ii2 

Scott, C. W. Ellen Terry. New York. [1900.] 

45493.189; **T.58.i44 
Terry, William H. 

Catalogue of [his] valuable dramatic and American historical library. 
To be sold at auction June 14-22, by the Anderson Auction Com- 
pany. New York. 1906. 2 v. in i. [No. 468, 469.] **T.65.28 
Terry family. 

Pemberton, T. E. Ellen Terry and her sisters. New York. 1902. 
Portraits. Plates. 4545.178; **T.56.ii2 

Testimonies on the nature and tendency of theatrical amusements. 
[Dublin. 18—?] 16 pp. **T.96.ii2 

In opposition to the theatre. 
Testimony, The, of truth to exalted merit: or, a biographical sketch of 
the Right Honourable the Countess of Derby; in refutation of a 
false and scandalous libel. London: Printed for the booksellers. 
1797- 35 PP- **T.57-347 

A reply to Memoirs of the present Countess of Derby by Petronius Arbiter, Esq. 
[pseud. **T.55-2]. 

Testu, . 

Histoire universelle des theatres de toutes les nations, depuis Thespis 
jusqu' a nos jours; par une societe de gens de lettres [J. M. L. 

Coupe, G. F. F. Des Hayes, Lefuel de Mericourt, et Testul. 

A Paris, chez les auteurs. 1779-1781. 13 v. Portraits. Plates. 

Plans. **T.47.87 
Another copy is on shelf-number **G.224.i. 

Teuber, Oscar. 

Geschichte des Prager Theaters. Von den Anfangen des Schauspiel- 
wesens bis auf die neueste Zeit. Prag. Haase. 1883-1888. 3 v. 

2875.152 

Contents. I. Von den Keimen des Theaterwesens in Prag bis zur Grundung 

des Nostitz'schcn Theaters, des spateren deutschen Landestheaters. 2. Von der 
Brunian-Bcrgopzocm'schen Bithnen-Reform bis zum Tode Liebich's, des grossten 
Pragtr Biihnenleiters (1771-1817). 3- Vom Tode Liebich's, des grossten Prager 
Biihnenleiters, bis auf unsere Tage (1817-1887). 

Teuber, Oscar, and Alexander Weil. 

Das k.k. Hofburgtheater seit seiner Begruendung. Wien. Gesell- 
schaft fiir vervielfaltigende Kunst. 1896-1906. 3 v. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. [Die Theater Wiens.] *C3b.28.27.2.2 
Thacker3y, Thomas James. 

On theatrical emancipation, and the rights of dramatic authors. Lon- 
don. Chappie. 1832. 47 pp. **T.76.i84 

Contains an account of the French laws respecting the rights of dramatic 
authors. 

Thslasso, Adolphe. 

Moliere en Turquie. fitude sur le theatre de Karagueuz. Pans. 
Tresse & Stock. i88<S. 26, (i) pp. **T.56.58 

Relates to Turkish shadow pantomimes. Extrait du Molienste fdecembre 1887- 
janvier 1888) [•*T.26.6.9]. 

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Thalasso, Adolphe. (Continued.) 

Le Theatre libre. Essai critique, historique et documentaire. Suivi 
de notices biographiques, et precede d'une preface par Jean Jullien. 
Paris. Mercure de France. 1909. xvi, 299, (i) pp. 4677.141 

Contents. — Le theatre en France a la fondation du Theatre lihre. ■ — Antoine 
et la fondation du Theatre libre. — Causes de la decadence du Theatre libre. — 
Influence du Theatre libre. — Les maitres, les auteurs et les comediens du 
Theatre libre. ■ — Notes et documents. — Listes et index. 

Thalia auf der Landstrasse. Boree, A. **T.57.350 

That reminds me. Russell, Sir E. R. 4543.149; etc. 

Theater. Bahr, H. 68993.316 

Theater, Die, in Berlin. Die innere Ansicht, die Eintheilung, Einrich- 
tung und Preise sammtlicher Platze. Berlin. Berger. [iSS-?! 7 
plans. *4839a.37 

Contents. — Konigl. Opernhaus. — Konigl. Schauspielhaus. — Friedrich Wilhelm- 
stadtisches Winter Theater. — ■ Fricdrich-Wilhelmstadtisches Saison-Thcater. — 
Wallner-Theater. — Victoria Sommer-Theater. — Victoria Winter-Theater. 

Theater und Kirche. Alt, H. **T.77.235 

Theaterdirektor, Der. Merrick, L. No. 6 in 4896.50.438 

Theaterfreund, Der. Fernbach, L., Jr. *2i75.io 

Theater-Gebaude. Illus. Plans. {In Klasen, Ludwig. Grundriss- 

^'orbilder von Gebauden aller Art. Abtheilung 10, pp. 1009-1109. 

Leipzig. 1887.) *4i03.58.io 

Theatergeschichtliche Forschungen. 

Burkhardt, C. a. H. Das Repertoire des Weimarischen Theaters 

untcr Goethes Leitung, 1791-1817. Hamburg. 1891. 6872.36 

Devrient, H. F. F. Johann Friedrich Schonemann und seine Schau- 

spielergesellschaft. Ein Beitrag zur Theatergeschichte des 18. 

Jahrhunderts. Hamburg. 1895. 6872.53 

Gross, E. Die altere Romantik und das Theater. Hamburg. 1910. 

6872.64 
Heitmueller, F. F. I. Adam Gottfried Uhlich. 11. Hollandische 

Komodianten in Hambvirg. (1740 und 1741.) Hamburg. 1894. 

6872.49 
Herz, E. Englische Schauspieler und englisches Schauspiel zur 

Zeit Shakespeares in Deutschland. Hamburg. 1903. Maps. 6872.60 
Hochgreve, W. Die Technik der Aktschliisse im deutschen Drama. 

Leipzig. 1914. 6872,71 

HoDERMANN, R. H. Gcschichte des Gothaischen Hoftheaters, 1775- 

1779. Nach den Quellen. Hamburg. 1894. 6872.51 

Knudsen, H. Heinrich Beck, ein Schauspieler aus der Bliitezeit des 

Mannheimer Theaters im 18. Jahrhundert. Leipzig. 1912. Por- 
traits. 6872.67 
Kopp, H. Die Biihnenleitung Aug. Klingemanns in Braunschweig. 

Mit einem Ahhang: Die Repertoire des Braunschweiger National 

Theaters. Ein Beitrag zur deutschen Theatergeschichte des 19. 

Jahrhunderts. Hamburg. 1901. 6872.59 

Oberlaender, H. Die geistige Entwicklung der deutschen Schau- 

spielkunst im 18. Jahrhundert. Hamburg. 1898. 6872.57 

Richter, H. Schauspieler-Charakteristiken. Leipzig. 1914. 6872.70 
Schloesser, R. Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter: sein Leben und seine 

Werke. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Biihne und Biihnendich- 

tung im 18. Jahrhundert. Hamburg. 1894. 6872.52 
Vom Hamburger Nationaltheater zur Gothaer Hofbiihne. 

1767-1779. Dreizehn Jahre aus der Entwickelung eines deutschen 

Theaterspielplans. Hamburg. 1895. 6872.55 



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Stahl, E. L. Joseph von Auffenberg und das Schauspiel der 

Schillerepigonen. Hamburg. 1910. 6872.63 

ViNCKE, C. F. G., Freiherr von. Gesammelte Aufsatze zur Biihnen- 

geschichte. Hamburg. 1893. 6872.48 

Theater-Reformen? Erdmann, G. A. **T.97.92 

Theater-Wespen. Bertram, A. - **T.97.i97 

Theatralische Carrieren. Lewinsky, J. **T.57.i73 

Theatre. 

See also Actors; Ballet; Drama. Construction; Dramatists; Educa- 
tional plays; Elizabethan theatre; Periodicals; Shakespeare. 
Representation of his plays; Singers; Theatrical illustrations; and the 
subdivision Theatres under the names of countries and cities. 
A Beckett, A. W. Green-room recollections. Bristol. [1896.] 

**T.77.96 
Actors' remonstrance. The, or complaint, for the silencing of their 
profession, and banishment from their severall playhouses. Lon- 
don. 1643. [London.] 1822. **T.95.3i ; etc. 
Adams, W. D. With poet and player. Essays on literature and the 
stage. London. 1891. 4578.141; **T.98.28 
Address, An, to the ladies on the indecency of appearing at immodest 
plays. London. 1756. No. 5 in **G.'3824.i6 
Anderson, J. R. An actor's life. With an introduction by W. E. 
Adams. London. 1902. Portraits. Plates. 4549^.193 
Archer, W. About the theatre. Essays and studies. London. 1886. 

45703.76; **T.77.i7 

Drama. (In The mind of the century. Pp. 14-24. London. 

[1901.]) 4559.172 

Art, L', de cabaler dans les spectacles, poeme didactique, en prose 

et en trois chants. Paris. 181 1. No. 9 in **G.3562.2 

Auger, H. N. J. Physiologic du theatre. Paris. 1839, 40. 3 v. 

**T.76.27; etc. 
Ballein, J. Jeremy Collier's Angriff auf die englische Biihne. 

Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des englischen Dramas. Marburg. 

1910. 2557.173 

Bellanger, J. Entre deux spectacles. Esquisses theatrales. Paris. 

1879. **T.77.98 

Bennett, E. A. Cupid and commonsense. A play in four acts. 

With a preface on the crisis in the theatre. New York. [1908.] 

45793.304 
Berger, a. M. J., Freiherr von. Studien und Kritiken. Wien. 1896. 

4877-35 

Uber Drama und Theater. Fiinf Vortrage. Leipzig. 1900. 

**T.77.6o 
Bernheim, a. J. Trente ,ans de theatre. Paris. 1903, 04. 2 v. 

**T.77.Tio; etc. 
Bertram, A. Theater-Wespen. Enthiillungen, Skizzen, Bilder und 
Chargen aus dem Theaterleben. Als Beitrag zur Eledigung der 
Reorganisirungsfrage des Theaterwesens. Berlin. 1863. **T.97.i97 
Birch, J. F. Stage secrets and tricks of the trade. Being the con- 
fessions of an actor. [New York.] 1913. **T.77.2i6 
Blum, R., and others, editors. Allgemeines Theater-Lexikon oder 
Encyklopadie alles wissenswerthen fur Biihnenkiinstler, Dilet- 
tanten und Theaterfreunde. Altenburg. 1846. 7 v. in 3. Plates. 
Plan. ' ' **T.78.69 
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Theatre. (Continued.) 

BoNNAssiES, J. Le theatre et le peuple. Esquisse d'unc organisation 
theatrale. Paris. 1872. 4679.50; **T.77.i05 

Cailhava d'Estandoux, J. F. Les causes de la decadence du theatre, 
et les moyens de le faire refleurir; memoire presente a I'lnstitut 
de France. Paris. 1807. No. 4in **G.3562.2; etc. 

Calliachi, N. Nicolai Calliachii De ludis scenicis mimorum, & 
pantomimorum syntagma posthumum. Patavii. 1713- Portrait. 

**G.294.54 

Calvert, F. B. Theatre versus conventicle; or, the drama attacked 
and defended: containing Mr. Calvert's letters in defence of the 
stage, to the Rev. T. Best, of Sheffield; with the subsequent 
controversy, in the Leeds Independent of 1824. Hull. 1826. 

**T.96.4i ; etc. 

Cannan, G. The joy of the theatre. London. [1913-] **T.78.72 

Chandler, F. W. Aspects of modern drama. [New York.] 1914. 

6257.97 

Chappuzeau, S. Le theatre frangois divise en trois livres, oit il est 
traite: i. De I'usage de la comedie; 11. Des autheurs qui soutien- 
nent le theatre; iii. De la conduite des comediens. [Anon.] Lyon. 
1674. [Bruxelles. 1867.] **T.78.59 

Charpentier, L. Causes de la decadence du gotit sur le theatre, oil 
Ton traite des droits, des talens, & des fautes des auteurs; des 
devoirs des comediens, de ce que la societe leur doit, & de leurs 
usurpations funestes a I'art dramatique. Au Parnasse frangois, & 
se trouve a Paris. 1768. **T.78.29 

Chasles, V. E. P. fitudes contemporaines: theatre, musique et 
voyages. Paris. 1867. 2679a.88; **T.77.io8 

Chevallier. H. G. S. Les coulisses. [Paris. 1838.] 31 plates. 

**T.72.2 

Clement. T. M. B., and T. de La Porte. Anecdotes dramatiques; 
contenant 1°. Toutes les pieces de theatre joues a Paris ou en 
province. 2°. Tons les ouvrages dramatiques qui n'ont ete repre- 
sentes sur aucun theatre, mais qui sont imprimes, ou conserves 
en manuscrit. 3°. Anecdotes. 40. Les noms de tous les auteurs, 
poetes ou musiciens, qui ont travaille pour tous nos theatres, de 
tous les acteurs celebres, qui ont joue a tous nos spectacles, avec 
un jougement de leurs ouvrages & de leurs talens. 5°. Un tableau, 
accompagne d'anecdotes, des theatres de toutes les nations. 
[Anon.] A Paris. 1775. 3 v. **T.58.3; etc. 

Collier, W. A book of etiquette entitled "Don't do that." Vol. i. 
[New York. 1909.] Portraits. Plates. **T.89.6 

CoNGREs international de I'art theatral, Paris, 1900. L'art theatral. 
Congres international de 1900 tenu a I'Exposition universelle au 
Palais des Congres du 27 au 31 juillet 1900. Paris. 1901. Plans. 

**T.75.i5 

Cooke. J. The stage. Its present state, and prospects for the 
future. London. [1840.] **T.76.i02 

Couailhac, J. J. L. Physiologic du theatre. Paris. 1841. Illus. 
Plates. **T.99.29 

Craig, E. G. On the art of the theatre. Chicago. [1911-] Plates. 

80693.162 

Cressy, W. M. Continuous vaudeville. [A book of anecdotes, 
principally about the theatre and actors.] Boston. [1914-] IHus. 
Portraits. Plate. **T.97.349 

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Theatre. (Continued.) 

Davenport, A. B. Miscellaneous pamphlet series. No. 1-3. Boston. 
1907, 08. I V. Chart. **T.77.26 

Stage affairs in America today. No. 1-15. Jan. 15 -Apr. 23, 

1907. Boston. 1907. **T.77.ii7 

Davidge, W. p. Footlight flashes. New- York. 1866. 

4343.231 ; **T.57.245 
Delpla, a. French drama; or, a discussion on the following ques- 
tion: which are the best means of making theatres vie with each 
other in promoting the perfection of taste and the iinprovement 
of morals? London. 1818. No. 3 in *6575.i.i2 

Derrick, S. A general view of the stage. London. 1759. 

**T.47.95;etc. 

Deschaumes, E. Le mal du theatre. Paris. 1888. **T.77.i40 

Diprose, J. Diprose's Book of the stage and the players. [London. 

1877.] Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.77.i56 

Donne, W. B. Essays on the drama. London. 1858. 2609.6; etc. 

Drama, The. — Madmen — ghosts — reading— soliloquies— morality. 

[Boston. 1829.] No. 4 in **G.3822.i 

Dramaticus, pseud. Lnproprieties in theatrical representation. [Also, 

Stage costumes. London. 1789-] No. 22 in **G.3822.3 

Dramaturgische Nachrichten. Stiick i. Bonn. 1779. Portrait. 

**T.77.i93 

Epstein. M. Theater und Volkswirtschaft. Berlin. 1914- _*3562.53-36 

Faversham, W. The theatre as a power. An address given in the 

Chicago University Extension Course of the Lectures on the 

Drama. [Saint Louis.] 1911. **T.75.76 

Felsing, O. Streifziige durch die Theaterwelt. Dresden. [1895.] 

**T.75.25 

Fenton, W. The itinerant Thespians, or the theatre dissected. [A 

satire in verse. London.] 1792. No. 5 in **G.3824.6 

Ferrer, J. Tratado de las comedias en el qual se declara si son 

licitas, y si hablando en todo rigor sera pecado mortal el repre- 

sentarlas, el verlas, y el consentirlas. En Barcelona. 1618. 

**D.i7ob.30 
Figuier. G. L. Le theatre scientifique. Paris. 1882. 2^ edition. 

**T.76.32 
FiLiPPi, J. de. Catalogue des estampes & dessins, architecture 
theatrale, scenes theatrales, decorations, costumes et portraits 
dont la vente aura lieu 23-25 mai. Paris. 1861. **T.66.6 

Fiorentino, p. a. Comedies et comediens. Serie i, 2. Paris. 1866. 
2 V. **T.77.i22 

Fitch, W. C. The play and the public. (In his Plays. Memorial 
edition. Vol. 4, pp. v-xlviii. Boston. I9i5-) 4409b.i79-4 

Fitzgerald, P. H. Principles of comedy and dramatic effect. Lon- 
don. 1870. ■ 2477.52; **T.7S.56 

The world behind the scenes. London. 1881. 

2476.66; **T.77.i84 

Ford, T. A peep behind the curtain, by a supernumerary. Boston. 

[1850.] Plates. **T.97.2oo;etc. 

Fournel, F. V. Curiosites theatrales anciennes et modernes, 

frangaises et etrangeres. Paris. 1859. **T.78.46 

Frey, E. F. Biihnenreform und Volkstheater. Ein Fortschritt oder 

Riickschritt? Zwei Aufsatze zur Warnung und Aufklarung, von 

Ed. Ferd. Frey und R. Gollmer. Kreuznach. 1890. **T.75.23 



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Theatre. (Continued.) 

FvLES, F. The theatre and its people. New York. 1900. Portraits. 
Plates. 4343.218; **T.77.73 

Garrick Club, Cambridge, England. The album of the Cambridge 
Garrick Club: containing original and select papers on the drama, 
and the proceedings of that society. Cambridge. 1836. Portrait. 

**T.78.50 

GiFFARD, P. L. Nos moeurs. La vie au theatre. Paris. [i888.] Illus. 
Plates. **T.77.iii 

GiNisTY, P. La vie d'un theatre. Paris. 1898. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates, some colored. Plan. **T,78.33 

Goodwin, T. Sketches and impressions, musical, theatrical, and 
social C1799-1885). From the after-dinner talk of Thomas Good- 
win, by R. Osgood Mason. New York. 1887. 

449ob.69; **M.io9b.42 

Grobert, J. F. L. De I'execution dramatique, consideree dans ses 
rapports avec le materiel de la salle et de la scene. Paris. i8og. 
Plans. **T,76.i67 

Gross, E. Die altere Romantik und das Theater. Hamburg. 1910. 

6872.64 

Guide, The, to the stage; or, how to enter the theatrical profession, 
obtain an engagement, and become an actor. Founded on and 
partly taken from Leman Rede's book [The road to the stage]; 
with modern list of theatres, &c, &c. Corrected to August, 1872. 
New York. [1872.] 6259^258 

Guide, A, to the stage: or, select instructions and precedents from 
the best authorities towards forming a polite audience; with some 
account of the players, &c. London. 1751. No. 5 in **G.3823.i6 

Haigh, a. E. The Attic theatre. A description of the stage and 
theatre of the Athenians, and of the dramatic performances at 
Athens. Oxford. 1889. Illus. Plates. Plans. Diagram. 

2963.71 ;.**T.75.48; etc. 

Hamilton, C. M. Problems of the playwright. New York. 1917. 

6257.370 

The theory of the theatre, and other principles of dramatic 

criticism. New York. 1910. 2256.62 

Hankin, St. J. E. C. Puritanism and the English stage. — How to 
run an art theatre for London. — The need for an endowed 
theatre in London. (!n his Dramatic works. Vol. 3, pp. 131-148, 
171-179, 203-221. London. 1912.) 4579a-32o.3 

Henriet, F. Monographic du spectateur au theatre. Paris. 1892. 

**T.97.i64 

Herondo, F. The world's argument: or, justice and the stage. A 
dramatic debate. London. 1887. **T.75.2o 

HiFFERNAN, P. Dramatic gcuius. London. 1770. **T.74.9; etc. 

Hoffmann, E. T. W. Seltsame Leiden eines Theater-Direktors. 
Aus miindlicher Tradition mitgetheilt vom Verfasser der Fantasie- 
stiicke in Callots Manier. Berlin. 1819. **T.78.37 

Hollingshead, J. Plain English. London. 1880. **T.77.66 

Hubert, P. G. The stage as a career. A sketch of the actor's life; 
its requirements, hardships, and rewards. New York. 1000. 

2576.159; **T.77.i23 

HuTTON, L. Plays and players. New York. 1875. 2405.59; **T.75.56 

Irving, .S"/> H. The drama. Addresses. With a frontispiece by 
Whistler. New York. [1892.] Portrait. **T.77.ii9; etc. 



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Theatre. (Continued.) 

The stage. Address delivered at the Perry Barr Institute, 

near Birmingham. London. 1878. **T.96.284 

Jennings, J. J. Theatrical and circus life; or, secrets of the stage, 
green-room and sawdust arena. St. Louis. 1882. Illus. Portrp'+ 
Plates. **T.76r'ji6 

Jones, S. The actor and his art. Some considerations of the presCi 
condition of the stage. London. 1899. **T.77.2i4 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. Airs varies. Histoire, critique, biographie musi- 
cales et dramatiques. Paris. 1877. 4057.35; **M.i27.40 

Juvenile Protective Association, Chicago. Five and ten cent 
theatres. Two investigations, 1909 and 191 1. Text by Louise de 
Koven Bowen. Chicago. [1911?] 5576.283 

Kemble, F. A. On the stage. [London. 1863.] No. 26 in **G.3822.3 

Kendal, M. The drama. A paper read at the congress of the 
National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, Birm- 
ingham. London. [1884.] Portrait. **T.98.57 

Dramatic opinions. Boston. 1890. Portrait. 

4579.117; **T.58.io4; etc. 

Lambert, A. L. Sur les planches. Paris. [1894.] **T.77.i35 

Lehrer-Vereinigung fiir die Pflege der kiinstlerischen Bildung, Ham- 
burg, Germany. Unsere Volksschiiler im Stadttheater. Hamburg. 
1898. 7592.32 

Lemonnier, a. Les abus du theatre. Quelques directeurs en robe 
de chambre. Paris. 1895. **T.98.i9 

Lennox, Lord W. P. Plays, players and playhouses at home and 
abroad. With anecdotes of the drama and the stage. London. 
1881. 2 v. 2454.59; **T.77.82 

Lettek, a, to Mr. Garrick on the opening of the theatre, with 
observations on the conduct of managers, to actors, authors, and 
audiences: and particularly to new-performers. London. 1758- 

No. 9 in **G.3824.i6 

Lewinsky, J., editor. Vor den Coulissen. Original-Blatter von Cele- 
britaten des deutschen Theaters und der Musik. Berlin. 1881, 82. 
Portraits. **T.56.302; etc. 

Logan, O. Apropos of women and theatres. New York. 1869. 

5585.74; **T.97.258; etc. 

Before the footlights and behind the scenes: a book about 

"the show business" in all its branches. Philadelphia. 1870. 
Illus. Portraits. Plates. *4504-9 

Same. The mimic world, and public exhibitions. Their history, 

their morals, and effects. Philadelphia, Pa. 1871. Portraits. 
Plates. 4504.8; **T.76.22 

Lombia, J. El teatro. Madrid. 1545 [misprint for 1845]. **D.i7ob.5i 

Lyonnet, H. Le theatre hors de France. Paris. 1897-1900. 3 v. 

Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. 6257.70; **T.77.86 

Mansel, R. a short struggle for stage or no stage; originating in 

a sermon, preached by Thomas Best in St. James's Church, 

Sheffield. Sheffield. [1818.] **T.96.63 ; etc. 

Marbach, G. O. Dramaturgische Blatter. Heft i, 2. Leipzig. 1866. 

No. 2 in **G.39i4.24 

Martersteig, M. Die ethische Aufgabe der Schaubiihne. Eine 

Schillerrede. [Gehalten bei der Feier am 10. November 1911 im 

Schillerverein zu Leipzig.] Leipzig. 1912. **T.76.i90 

Mastriani. G. II teatro e gli artisti. Saggio. Napoli. 1849. 

**T.76.67 
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Theatre. (Continued.) 

Matheu, V. F. Ensayos dc critica. i: Estado actual de nuestro 

teatro. Buenos Aires. 1906. 4396.339 

Matthews, J. B. A hook about the theater. New York. 1916. 

Plates, some colored. 6257,92 

Studies of the stage. New York. 1894. Portrait. 

24093.114; **T.49.2; etc, 
Mayhew, E. Stage effect: or, the principles which command 

dramatic success in the theatre. London. 1840. **T.79.ii 

Mayhew, H. The female dresser at a minor theatre. A thumbnail 

portrait for a miniature gallery. [London. 185-?] 

No. 13 in **G.3822.3 
MiLiziA, F. Del teatro. In Venezia. 1773. vi plates. Plans. **T.74.i9 
MoNVAL, G. H. M. Les theatres subventionnes. Paris. 1879. **T.95.63 
Moore, G. Impressions and opinions. London. 1891. 4558.iii;etc. 
Morris, C. Stage confidences. Talks about players and play acting. 

Boston. [1902.] Portraits. **T.57.ii9 

Morris, M. W. Essays in theatrical criticism. London. 1882. 

2553-61 ;**T.47.32 
Muriel, A. Le theatre aujourd'hui. L'auteur, le directeur, le critique, 

I'acteur, le public. Paris. 1855. **T.77.ii8 

Nathan, G. J. Another book on the theatre. (Being a collection of 

haphazard, fugitive and some might say invpudent reflections in 

and on the mirror which the theatre is supposed to hold up to 

nature.) New York. 1915. 6257,111 

Bottoms up. An application of the slapstick to satire. New 

York. 1917. 6257.306 

The popular theatre [in the United States.] New York. 1918. 

6257.309 

Newton, W. W. Christianity and popular amusements; or, the 
Church and the theatre. A paper read at the Church Congress 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Boston. 1877. **T.76.i8i 

Observations on the importance and use of theatres; their present 
regulation, and possible improvements. London. 1759. **T.97.ii8 

Old actor, An, pseud. Secrets of the stage; or, playhouse mysteries 
unveiled. New York. [1881.] Portraits. Plates. **T.75.i9 

Parker, H. W., editor. Music and drama. Boston. [1911.] Por- 
traits. Colored plates. Z.40C 22.1.9 

Pauli, B. O. C. Die Befreiung der deutschen Biihne vom Drucke. 
der Geldspekulation. Berlin. [1887.] **T.96,355 

Pollock, C. The footlights fore and aft. Boston. [1911.] Plates. 

4395-202 

Pottecher, M. B. M. Le theatre du peuple. Renaissance et destinee 
du theatre populaire. Paris. 1899. **T.77.99 

Prospero, pseud. An imaginary history of the American theatre from 
1890 to 1900. New York. 1890. **T,77.56 

Ralph, J. The case of our present theatrical disputes, fairly stated. 
In which is contained a succinct account of the rise, progress and 
declension of the ancient stage; a comprehensive view of the 
management of the Italian, Spanish, French and Dutch theatres, 
with remarks upon our own. London. 1743. **T.76.i5i; etc. 

Rede, L. T. The road to the stage, contains instructions for obtain- 
ing theatrical engagements; with a list of the provincial theatres, 
an account of things necessary, and a clear elucidation of all 

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the technicalities of the histrionic art. Added, a list of the 
London theatres, an account of the Dramatic Authors' Society. 
London. 1835. Portrait. **T.79.io 

Reminiscenzen und Reflexionen eines alten Schauspielers. Berlin. 
1852. **T.57.362 

Restif de la Bretonne, N. E. La mimographe, ou idees d'une 
honnete-femme pour la reformation du theatre national. A 
Amsterdam. 1770. **T.^^.4 

Retired performer. A, pseud. The amateur, or guide to the stage, 
containing lessons for theatrical novices. The rudimental informa- 
tion necessary to lead a stranger to the stage, from the novice 
up to the actor. Philadelphia. [185-?] Plate, No. i in **T.9g.6i 

Ross, C. H. "Stage whispers," and "shouts without." A book about 
plays and playgoers, actors and actresses. With colored costumes 
by Archibald Chasemore, heads by Alfred Bryan, comic scenes 
by Judy's artists, and chatter at the wing by Charles H. Ross. 
London. [1881.] Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.96.237 

Rossi, E. Studien iiber Shakespeare und das moderne Theater nebst 
einer autobiographischen Skizze von Ernesto Rossi. Leipzig. 
1885. 4596.103; **T.47.i 13 

Rouche, J. L'art theatral moderne. Paris. 1910. Illus. Plates. 
Plans. 6252.83 

Rousseau, P. J. Code theatral, physiologic des theatres, manuel 
complet de I'auteur, du directeur, de I'acteur et de I'amateur, 
contenant les lois, regies et applications de l'art dramatique. Paris. 
1829. Plate. **T.78.65 

RuGGiERi, C. F. Precis historique sur les fetes, les spectacles et les 
rejouissances publiques. Paris. 1830. **T.96.272; etc. 

RuHL, A. B. Second nights. People and ideas of the theatre to-day. 
New York. 1914. 6257.112 

Ryan, R., compiler. Dramatic table talk; or, scenes, situations, & ad- 
ventures, serious & comic, in theatrical history & biography. 
London. 1825-30. 3 v. Portraits. Plates. Tables. 

2259a.57; **T.78.i3; etc. 

Sadler, L. R. Theatrical anecdotes; or, fun and curiosities of the 
play, the playhouse and the players. London. 1882. 2554.61 

Sarcey, F. Le theatre. Paris. 1893. Illus. Plates. **T.75.77 

A theory of the theatre. With an introduction [and notes] 

by Brander Matthews. New York. 1916. **T.46.62.4 

ScHLENTHER, P. Der Frauenberuf im Theater. Berlin. 1895. 

**T.56.329 

ScHOLL, A. Les petits secrets de la comedie. Paris. 1867. **T.97.248 

Scott, C. W. Thirty years at the play and dramatic table talk. 
London. [1892.] **T.98.ii2 

ScRiVEN, P., pseud.? A familiar dialogue between Mr. Crowe and Mr. 
Alley, two theatrical taylors Dublin. 1762. No. 3 in **G.3824.i6 

SiTTENBERGER, H. Die Wahrheit auf der Biihne. Eine Studie. W^ien. 
1893. **T.75.26 

SiTTENFELD. C. Ohuc Schmiuke! Wahrheiten iiber das moderne 
Theater. Dresden. 1887. **T.97.85; etc. 

Smith, E. The theatre: its history and moral tendency. A paper 
read at the Islington Literary and Scientific Institution. [Lon- 
don. 1844?] **T.76.94 

SoLDENE, E. My theatrical and musical recollections. London. 
1897. Portraits. **T.56.325 

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Theatre. (Continued.) 

Spingarn, J. E. A note on dramatic criticism. (In Essays and 
studies by members of the English Association. Vol. 4, PP- 7-28. 
Oxford. 1913.) 4558.250.4 

Symons. a. Studies in seven arts. New York. 1910. 4077.348 

Thackeray, T. J. On theatrical emancipation, and the rights of 
dramatic authors. London. 1832. **T.76.i84 

Thierry, £. De I'influence du theatre sur la classe ouvriere. Lec- 
tures faites le 22 et le 29 juin 1862 aux conferences de I'Association 
polytechnique. Paris. 1862. **T.77.i69 

Thompson, E. N. S. The controversy between the Puritans and 
the stage. A thesis, Yale University. New York. 1903. 4583.148 

Through the stage-door. A complete hand-book of the theatre. 
[Boston. 1896.] Illus. Portrait. Plates. **T.95.46 

Tourret, G. Manuel du vaudevilliste. Maniere de faire une piece 
de theatre, de la faire recevoir, jouer, reussir et proner par les 
journaux. [Anon.] Nouvelle edition annotee par Henri Des- 
bordes [pseud, de Adolphe Amat]. Paris. 1861. **T.99.30 

ToYON P M. DE. La queue au theatre. Histoire lamentable. Paris. 
1867. **T.76.68 

Tree, Sir H. B. Thoughts and after-thoughts. New York. 1913. 
Ilius. Portrait. 4579-243 

TuNisoN, J. S. Dramatic traditions of the Dark Ages. Chicago. 
1907. 6252.86 

Tweedie, E. B. Behind the footlights. London. 1904- Portraits. 
Plate. **T.76.6;etc. 

Vienna. Internationale Ausstellung fi'ir Musik- und Theaterwesen. 1892. 
Fach-Katalog der musikhistorischen Abtheilung von Deutschland 
und Oesterreich-Ungarn, nebst Anhang: Musikvereine, Concert- 
wesen und Unterricht. Wien. 1892. Plate. 4045-9 

The international exhibition for music and the drama. Edited 

by A. J. Hopkins, Morris Steinert and Siegmund Schneider. 
[Translated by Rosa Wohlmuth.] Vienna. 1894. 82 plates. 

**8o40.ii4 

ViToux, G. Le theatre de I'avenir. Amenagement general, mise en 
scene, trues, machinerie, etc. Paris. [1903-] Ulus. 6252.70 

Wagner L The stage, with the curtain raised. London. [1881.] 

**T.77.2o8; etc. 

Winston, J. The theatric tourist; being a genuine collection of 
correct views, with brief and authentic historical accounts of 
all the principal provincial theatres in the United Kingdom. Lon- 
don. 1805. Plates. **T.72.5 

Williams, J. E. "Lyceumize the theatre." A suggested remedy 
for the disease that afflicts the one night stands. Chicago. 
[1916.] 6257.150 

Winter, W. The press and the stage. An oration before the Goethe 
Society, New York. New York. 1889. **T.75.i2 

Wolzogen, C. a. a., Freiherr von. Ueber Theater und Musik. 
Breslau. i860. **M.io8.i 

WoTY, W. The stage; a poetical epistle, to a friend. Derby. 
[1770?] **G.3947.7;etc. 

Zola, fi. Le naturalisme au theatre. Les theories et les exemples. 
Paris. 1881. 466ob.54 

Theatre. Architecture. See Theatre. Construction. 
Theatre. Bibliography. See Bibliography. 

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Theatre. Biography. See Actors, 

Theatre. Censorship. See Censorship of the stage. 

Theatre. Construction. 

See also Athens. Theatres; Elizabethan theatre; Greece. Theatres. 
Architecture theatrale. [Plans of theatres and of stage machinery, 

etc.] N. p. N. d. Illus. Plates. Plans. Diagrams. **T.ii.6 
Baes, J. Theatre flamand a Bruxelles. Bruxelles. [1893.] Plates, 

one colored. Plans. *Cab.6o.70.5 

Bayer, J. Das neue k.k. Hofburgtheater als Bauwerk mit seinem 

Sculpturen- und Bilderschmuck. Wien. 1894. Illus. Portraits. 

Plates. Plans. *Cab.28.27.2.3 

BiRKMiRE, W. H. The planning and construction of American 

theatres. New York. 1896. Illus. Plates. Plans. 8093.31 

Buckle, J. G. Theatre construction and maintenance. Hints and 

suggestions on planning, construction, lighting, fire prevention, 

and the general structural arrangements of a model theatre. 

London. 1888. Plate. 8094.30; **T.75.3 

Cavos, a. Reconstruction du grand theatre de Moscou, dit Petrovski. 

Notice descriptive. Paris. 1859. Table. Plates, some colored. 

Plans. *Cab.6o.7i.2 
Traite de la construction des theatres. Ouvrage contenant 

toutes les observations sur cette partie de I'architecture. Paris. 

1847. Text, XV, (i), 112 pp. Tables; Atlas, 25 plates. *8o90.i24 
Chauderlot, , and F. Festeau. Proyecto de casas, pertenecientes 

al Sr Don Jose de Fontagud Gargollo. Teatro [Moratin]. 

Madrid. 1871. 23 plans. *Cab.6o.82.5 

Chaumont, , Chevalier de. Exposition des principes qu'on doit 

suivre dans I'ordonnance des theatres modernes. A Amsterdam. 

1769. **T.78.is 

Cochin, C. N.^ Projet d'une salle de spectacle pour un theatre de 

comedie. A Londres, et se trouve a Paris. 1765. Plates. Plans. 

**T.78.i4 
Daly, C, and G. J. A. Davioud. Architecture contemporaine. Les 

theatres de la Place du Chatelet. Theatre du Chatelet. Theatre- 

lyrique. Paris. [1874.] 64 plates. *Cab. 60.74.2 

Darbyshire, a. Theatre exits. With a description and plan of Sir 

Henry Irving's "safety theatre." London. 1898. Plan. *40i9.i43 
Dieckmann, . Die Feuersicherheit in Theatern. Miinchen. 

[1911.] Illus. Plans. Chart. 40193.32 

Donnet, a. Architectonographie des theatres, ou, parallele his- 

torique et critique de ces edifices consideres sous le rapport de 

I'architecture et de la decoration. Commence par Alexis Donnet 

et Orgiazzi et continue par Jacques-Auguste Kaufmann. [Atlas 

only.] Paris. [1837,] 1840. 2 v. in i. Illus. Plates. Plans. 

Map. **8o9o.i2o; etc. 

DuRM, J. Festhallen. {In Handbuch der Architektur. Theil 4, 

Halb-Band 4, pp. 146-173. Darmstadt. 1885. Illus. Plans.) 

*8o92.52.4 
Ferrario, G. Storia e descrizione de' principali teatri antichi e 

moderni corredata di tavole. Col Saggio suU' architettura teatrale 

di Mr Patte. Illustrato con erudite osservazioni del architetto 

Paolo Landriani. Milano. 1830. Plates. Plans. **T.75.7o 

FiLiPPi, J. de. Parallele des principaux theatres modernes de 

I'Europe et des machines theatrales frangaises, allemandes et 

anglaises. Dessins par Clement Contant. Paris. 1870. 2 v. 

Plans. *Cab.6o.77.i 

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Theatre. Construction. (Continued.) 

Freeman, J. R. On the safeguarding of life in theaters. Being a 

study from the standpoint of an engineer. [New York.] 1906. 

Illus. Plates. Plans. Tables. 4015-109 

Garnier, J. L. C. Le theatre. Paris. 1871. 8105.1; **T.75.46 

Gerhard, W. P. The essential conditions of safety in theatres. An 

essay on modern theatre planning, construction, equipment and 

management. New York. 1894. 4014.128 

Needed improvements in theatre sanitation. [New York. 

1899.] 4014-129 

The safety of theatre audiences and the stage personnel 

against danger from fire and panic. London. 1899. 

4019.180; **T.75.52 

Theatre fire catastrophes and their prevention. New York. 

1894. 4014-127 

Theatre fires and panics: their causes and prevention. New 

York. 1896. 8015.179 

Theatre sanitation. A paper read at the meeting of the 

American Public Health Association, Ottawa, Canada. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [1898.] 5766.66 

Theatres. Their safety from fire and panic, their comfort and 

healthfulness. Boston. 1900. 4019.133 

Same. 2d edition. New York. 1917. 4oi9a.346; **T.76.2oi 

The water service and fire protection of theatres. A paper 

prepared for the annual meeting of New England Waterworks 
Association held in Boston. New York. 1894. Table. 4014.126 

GossET, A. Traite de la construction des theatres. Paris. 1886. 62 
plates. *8o90.59 

Hammitzsch, M. Der moderne Theaterbau. Teil i. Berlin. 1906. 
Illus. Plates. Plans. 4093-140 

Hasenauer, C., Freihcrr von. Das k.k. Hofburgtheater in Wien. 
Photographic und Lichtdruck von J. Lowy. Wien. 1890. 60 
plates. *Cab.6o.8o.i 

Heberdev, R., and others. Das Theater in Ephesos. Bearbeitet von 
R. Heberdey, G. Niemann. W. Wilberg. [Wien. 1912.] Illus. 
Plates. Plans. *Cab.30.39-6.2 

Howard, F., 5th Earl of Carlisle. Thoughts upon the present con- 
dition of the stage, and upon the construction of a new theatre. 
London. 1808. No. 3 in **G.3824.3; etc. 

Huebsch, H. Entwurf zu einem Theater mit eiserner Dachriistung. 
Frankfurt a. M. 1825. Diagrams. Plans. **8o90.i6o 

Kaemmerling, H. Das Krollsche fitablissement zu Berlin. [Berlin. 
1862.] Plates. Plans. **T.7i.2 

Das neue Victoria-Theater zu Berlin. [Berlin. 186-?] 4 parts 

in I V. Plates, some colored. Plans. *Cab.6o.i44.6 

Das Wallner-Theater zu Berlin. [Berlin. 1868.] 2 parts in 

I V. Plates. Plans. *Cab.6o.i44.7 

Kinsila, E. B. Modern theatre construction. [New York. 1917.] 

Plates. Plans. Diagrams. Tables. 80993.35 

Kitchiner, W. The economy of the eyes. Part i: Of spectacles, 

opera-glasses and theatres. London. 1826. Illus. **T.97.i32; etc. 

Klopfer, p. Theaterbau. {In his Von Palladio bis Schinkel. Pp. 

69-93. Eszlingen. 191 1. Illus. Plans.) *4095-37-9 

.Lachez, T. Acoustique et optique des salles de reunion publiques, 

theatres et amphitheatres, spectacles, etc. Paris. 1848. Plans. 

3966.48; etc. 
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Landriani, p. Osservazjoni su I'imp. r. Teatro alia Scala in Milano 
e sopra alcuni articoli del Saggio di M. Patte. Osservazioni suUe 
scene teatrali si antiche che moderne. (In Ferrario, G. Storia e 
descrizione de' principali teatri antichi e moderni. Pp. 257-369. 
Milano. 1830.) **T.75.70 
Langhans, C. F. Das Stadt-Theater in Leipzig. Entworfen von 
C. F. Langhans. Mit Text vom Architekt Briickwald. Berlin. 
1870. 9 plates. **T.7T..3 
Das Victoria Theater in Berlin. Entworfen von C. F. Lang- 
hans. Gestochen von Nikoley. Berlin, i860. Text, and Atlas 
of 4 plates. **T.7i.i 
Lewinsky, J. Kleine Schriften dramaturgischen und theater- 
geschichtlichen Inhalts. Nach seinem Tode gesammelt und 
herausgegeben von Olga Lewinsky. Berlin. 1910. Portrait. 

6907.24 
Loiseau-Rousseau, p. Les theatres de Paris. [Paris. 190-?] 35 
etched plates. **T.Cab.i.30 

Magne, a. Monographic du nouveau Theatre du vaudeville, erige 
par la ville de Paris. Paris. 1873. 30 plates. **Cab.6o.8i.3 

Mazois, C. F. Considerations sur la forme et la distribution des 
theatres antiques. (In Theatre complet des Latins. Vol. i, pp. 
xlix-lxvi. Paris. 1820.) **G.285.82.i 

Meloy, a. S. Theatres and motion picture houses. A practical 
treatise on the proper planning and construction of such build- 
ings, and containing useful suggestions, rules and data for the 
benefit of architects, prospective owners, etc. New York. 1916. 
Illus. Plates. Plans. 8094.115 

Montenari, G., Conte. Del Teatro Olimpico di Andrea Palladio in 
Vicenza. Discorso. In Padova. 1733. Portrait. 5 plates. 

*4095.io7; etc. 
MoRiTZ, C, and B. Schilling. Das neue Stadttheater in Koln. Berlin. 
1Q04. Illus. Plates, one colored. Plans. *Cab.6o.i44.8 

National Board of Fire Underwriters. Suggested ordinance regu- 
lating the construction and equipment of theatres adopted by 
the National Board of Fire Underwriters and the National Fire 
Protection Association. February, 1913- [New York. 1913-] 

40193.56 

Noverre, J. G. Observations sur la construction d'une nouvelle salle 

de I'opera. A Amsterdam. 1781. **T.77.48 

Patte, P. Essai sur I'architecture theatrale. Ou de I'ordonnance 

la plus avantageuse a une salle de spectacles, relativement aux 

principes de I'optique & de I'acoustique. Avec un examen des 

principaux theatres de I'EuropCj^ & une analyse des ecrits les plus 

importans sur cette matiere. A Paris. 1782. **T.77.47; etc. 

PiERMARiNi, G. Teatro "della Scala in Milano. [Piante ecc] Roma. 

1826. 8 plates. *Cab.6o.i85.2 

Proelss, C. R. Von den altesten Drucken der Dramen Shakespeares, 

und dem Einflusse, den die damaligen Londoner Theater und ihre 

Einrichtungen auf diese Dramen ausgeiibt haben. Fine Unter- 

suchung vom literarischen und dramaturgischen Standpunkte. 

Leipzig. 1905. 4579.150 

Rkvoil, H. a. Conference sur le Theatre antique d'Orange faite 

devant le Congres de la Societe frangaise d'archeologie. Tours. 

[1883.] 2636.71 

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Theatre. Construction. (Continued.) 

Ricci, C. I Bibiena, architetti teatrali. Milano. 1915. Text, and 

atlas of 94 plates. *409oa.5o 

Sachs, E. O., and E. A. E. Woodrow. Modern opera houses and 

theatres. Examples selected from playhouses recently erected 

in Europe. London. 1896-98. 3 v. Illus. 220 plates. 

*Cab.6o.77.4 
SATjiNiDL-RS, G. A treatise on theatres. London. 1790. xiii plates. 

Plans. **T.73.2;etc. 

Sauvageot, L. Considerations sur la construction des theatres a 

propos de la reconstruction du Theatre des arts a Rouen. Paris. 

[1877.] Plates. Plans. No. 4 in **M.i22.38 

ScHLiEPMANN, H. C. G. Die neuen Entwurfe zum Berliner konig-- 

lichen Opernhaus. Berlin. 1913. Illus. 131 plates. Plans. 

4091.135 
ScHMiTT, E. Konzerthauser und Saalbauten. {In Handbuch der 

Architektur. Theil 4. Halb-Band 6, Heft 3, pp. 195-292. Stutt- 
gart. 1901. Illus. Plates. Plans.) *8o92,52,6.3 
Security. Letters from John R. Cantlin, C. John Hexamer, William 

M'Devitt. Philadelphia. [1885.] 40i9a.98 

Semper, G. Das konigliche Hoftheater zu Dresden. Braunschweig. 

1849. Plates. Plans. *Cab.6o.99.3 

Semper, M. Theater. Stuttgart. 1904. Illus. Plates. Plans. 

*8o92.52.6.5 
Streit, a. Das Theater. Untersuchungen iiber das Theater-Bauwerk 

bei den klassischeu und modernen Volkern. Wien. 1903. Illus. 

Plates. Plans. *Cab.6o.i55-3 

Theater-Gebaude. {In Grundriss-Vorbilder von Gebauden aller Art. 

Abtheilung 10, pp. 1009-1109. Leipzig. 1887. Illus. Plans.) 

*4io3.58.io 
Trelat, £. Le theatre et I'architecte. Paris, i860. **T.76.5i 

Vaudoyer, a. L. T. Description du theatre de Marcellus, a Rome 

retabli dans son etat primitif, d'apres les vestiges qui en restent 

encore: memoire joint aux plans, coupes, elevations et details. 

Paris. 1812. Tables. • 4093-134 

Wagner, H. L. E. W. Musik-, Schau- und Biihnenspiel-Hallen; 

Tanz-Locale. {In Handbuch der Architektur. Theil 4, Halb-Band 

4, pp. 107-131. Darmstadt. 18.85. Plans.) *8o92.52.4 

Wyatt, B. D. Observations on the design for the Theatre Royal, 

Drury Lane, as executed in 1812. London. 1813. Plates. Plans. 

Diagrams. **T.72.3 

Theatre. Costumes and properties. 

Aria, E. Costume: fanciful, historical, and theatrical. Illustrated 

by Percy Anderson. London. 1906. Illus. Plates, some colored. 

2239.99 
BiE, O. Das Theater. Biihnenbilder und Kostiime von Karl Walser. 

Mit Text von Oskar Bie. Berlin. [1912.] Colored illus. 34 

colored plates. **T.72.i 

Block, E. Eduard Bloch's Album der Biihnen-Costiime. Mit er- 

lauterndem Text von F. Tietz. Firma. [1859.] 2 v. 48 colored 

plates. *6252.9 

Boston. Theatres. National Theatre, Portland St. Property book. 

[Boston. 1838, 46.] 2 V. **T.72.ii 

Costumes of the modern stage. Part 1-5. Edited by M. Mobisson. 

Illustrations by MM. Lebegue. Mesples, etc. [London. 1880-90.] 

Colored portraits. **T.92.i 

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DiERKS, H. De tragicorum histrionum habitu scaenico apud Graecos. 

Gottingae. 1883. 2967.69 

DuDEVANT, J. F. M. A., Baron. Masques et bouffons (comedie 

italienne). Paris, i860. 2 v. Plates. **T.44.i ; etc. 

Same. The history of the harlequinade. Philadelphia. [igiS-] 

2 V. Colored plates. **T.95.i44 

Femmes, Les, de Shakespeare. Portraits accompagnes de notices 
critiques et litteraires par De Pongerville, Philarete Chasles, 
George Sand, etc. Paris. [18—?] 2 v. Portraits. **T.54.ii 

GuiLLAUMOT, A., fils. Costumcs des ballets du roy. Archives de 
I'Opera, xviiie siecle. Paris. 1885. 20 colored portraits. **T.92.7 

Costumes du Directoire. Tires des Merveilleuses. Avec une 

lettre de M. Victorien Sardou. Paris. 1875. 30 portraits. **T.9i.i 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. Histoire du costume au theatre depuis les origines 
du theatre en France jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. 1880. Portraits, 
some colored. Plates. **T.94.2 

Lacy, T. H., compiler. Female costumes, historical, national and 
dramatic. London. 1865. 200 plates. *226i.5i 

Male costumes, historical, national & dramatic. London. 1868. 

200 plates. *226i.5o 

Leclerc, L. Les decors, les costumes et la mise en scene au xviie 
siecle. 1615-1680. Paris. 1869. 6257.37; **T.77.i53 

Le Vacher de Charnois. J. C. Recherches sur les costumes et sur 
les theatres de toutes les nations, tant anciennes que modernes. 
A Paris. 1790. 2 V. in i. Plates. Diagrams. **T.94.28 

Mackay, C. D. Costumes and scenery for amateurs. A practical 
working handbook. New York. 1915. Plates. 8076.214; Z.4od 19.4 

Planche, J. R. Remarks on the costume, etc., of some of the 
sketches by Inigo Jones. Plates. {In Collier, J. P., editor. Inigo 
Jones. Pp. 53-62. London. 1848.) No. 2 in *4596.i6; etc. 

Reynolds, G. F. Some principles of Elizabethan staging. A dis- 
sertation [University of Chicago]. Chicago. 1905. 2 parts in i v. 

2557.136 

Saunders, C. Costume in Roman comedy. New York. 1909. 

2949.127 

Scene, La. Revue des succes dramatiques. Vol. i (no. 1-19, 21-24). 
Redacteur: E Grand. Paris. 1877-81. 22 parts in i v. Illus. 
Colored plates. **T.22.8 

Smith, K. K. The use of the high-soled shoe or buskm m Greek 
tragedy of the fifth and fourth centuries B. C. {In Harvard 
studies in classical philology. Vol. 16, pp. 123-164. Cambridge. 
1905.) *4957.i5.i6 

Terentius Afer, Publius. Phormio. The Phormio of Terence. With 
the Vatican miniatures [showing the ancient masks and costumes] 
accurately reproduced, Cambridge. 1894. **T.35.23 

Trentsensky, M., editor. [Theater costumes.] London. [185-?] 
234 plates in 4 V. **T.Cab.i.2 

Twelfth night characters from Shakespeare, designed and drawn 
on stone by J. S. Alpenny. [London. 187-?] 24 colored pictures. 

**G.3952.28 

Vizentini, a. [Recueil des costumes de tous les ouvrages dramatiques 
representes avec succes sur tous les grands theatres de Paris, 
public par Vizentini, d'apres les dessins d'Aug Garncrey et Hipp. 
Lecomte. Paris. 18—?] 2 v. 371 colored plates. *8o72.307 

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Theatre. Costumes and properties. Catalogues. 

Booth, E. T. Catalogue of Mr. Edwin Booth's valuable collection. 
Containing the theatrical wardrobe, also his former household 
effects. New York. 1908. Portrait. **T.57.455 

BouciCAULT, D. Antique and modern furniture, collection of oil 
paintings, rare books, plays, stage costumes, etc. The personal 
property of Dion Boucicault. [New York. 1894.] **T.95.4i 

Elliston, R. W. Catalogue of the remaining household furniture, 
&c., of R. W. Elliston. The private and theatrical wardrobe of 
Mr.' Elliston. [London. 1831.] **T.66.i7 

Harley, J. P. A catalogue of the excellent furniture, theatrical 
prints and portraits, literary and dramatic books, manuscript 
plays and parts, autograph letters, play bills, music and character 
dresses of the late J. P. Harley. [London.] 1858. **T.66.io 

PuTTicK & Simpson, auctioneers. Shakespeare tercentenary, Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon. Catalogue of the fittings and effects, comprising 
the elegant proscenium, new act drop, stage machinery and 
appliances, new gas fittings, chairs, tables, etc. [London? 1864.] 

No. 14 in **G.3942.25 
Theatre. Curtains. 

Tiffany Studios, Ne7v York. Mosaic curtain for the National Theatre 

of Mexico. [New York. 191 1?] Plates. 4099.176 

Theatre. Decoration. See Theatre. Construction; Theatre. Costumes and 

properties; Theatre. Scenery. 
Theatre. Fires. 

See also Theatre. Construction. 

Alexander, A. A discourse occasioned by the burning of the theatre 
in the city of Richmond. Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of De- 
cember, eighteen hundred and eleven. Delivered in Philadelphia, 
eighth of January, 1812. Philadelphia. 1812. **T.76.i98 

Alexander, A. T. Remarks on the theatre, and on the late fire at 
Richmond, in Virginia. York. 1812. **T.76.87 

Brooklyn, A'. Y. Theatres. Brooklyn theatre. Theatre holocaust, 
Brooklvn, N. Y., December 5, 1876. [A collection of newspaper 
clippings.] Brooklyn. 1876. Plates. Portraits. **T.Cab.i.i8 

Calamity at Richmond, being a narrative of the affecting circum- 
stances attending the awful conflagration of the theatre on the 
night of the 26th of December, 181 1. With a preface, containing 
appropriate reflections to awaken the attention of the public, to 
the frequency of the destruction of theatrical edifices. Phila- 
delphia. 1812. Illus. **T.77.229 

Chenevier, p. L'incendie de I'Opera-comique de Paris et le theatre 
de surete. Paris. 1888. No. i in **M.i22.i 

Focht, C. T. Der Brand des Ringtheaters in Wien. am 8. Dec. t88i. 
Wien. 1881. Illus. Plates. Plan. No. i in **M.i45.20 

Foelsch, a. Theaterbrande und die zur Verhiitung derselben 
erforderlichen Schutz-Massregeln. Erganzungs-Heft mit einem 
neuen Verzeichnisse von J08 abgebrannten Theatern. Hamburg. 
1882. **T.75.6o 

Gerhard, W. P. Theatre fire catastrophes and their prevention. 
New York. 1894. 4014.127 

Gilardone. F. Zum Brand der „Komischen Oper" in Paris. Wie 
schiitzt man die alteren Theatergebaude am Besten gegen Feuers- 
gefahr — wie beugt man in ihnen moglichst einer Panik vor? Wie 
baut die Neuzeit? Hagenau i. Elsass. 1887. Illus. Portrait. 
Plates. Plans. **T.75.59 

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Theatre. Fires. (Confinned.) 

Holocaust, The, at the Brooklyn Theatre. With interment and 
memorial services, and official list of the dead and missing. 
Brooklyn. 1876. No. 15 in *4477-52 

Miller. S. A sermon, delivered January 19, 1812, at the request of 
a number of young gentlemen of the city of New- York, who had 
assembled to express their condolence with the inhabitants of 
Richmond, on the late mournful dispensation of Providence in 
that city. New- York. 1812. ■ **T.76.i24; etc. 

Paris. Theatres. CoMEniE pran^aise. Le Theatre-frangais. [Paris.] 
1900. Illus. Portraits. 26303.66 

Sabin, E. R. a discourse, preached on February 11, 1812, in presence 
of the supreme executive of Massachusetts, by request of the 
young men of Boston, commemorative of the late calamitous fire 
at Richmond. Boston. 1812. **T.76.i99; etc. 

Sachs, E. O. Fires and public entertainments. A study of some 
iioo notable fires at theatres, music halls . . . during the last 
TOO years. London. 1897. *Cab.40.44.i 

ScHOLLE. F. Ueber Theaterbrande, deren Ursachen und Verhiitung, 
sowie die Einrichtung des Feuersicherheitswesens in den Konigl. 
Hoftheatern zu Dresden. Dresden. 1882. **T.75.6i 

Shaw, E. M. Fires in theatres. London. 1889. 8018.103 

Smeeton, G. Smeeton's Authentic statement of the dreadful con- 
flagration of Covent Garden Theatre, September 20th, 1808. 
Also, an account of the accident whereby near fifty persons were 
killed and dangerously burnt. London. [1808.] Colored plate. 

**T.76.ii7 

Thrilling personal experience. A! Brooklyn's horror. Wholesale 
holocaust at the Brooklyn, New York, Theatre, on the night of 
December 5th, 1876. Origin, progress and devastation of the fire. 
Philadelphia. [1877.] Portraits. Plates. **T.75.8i 

Toner, J. M. Notes on the burning of theatres and public halls. 

The antiquity of the drama and the introduction of theatres into 

America, with a chronological list of theatres and other public 

edifices burned. [Washington.] 1876. 8099.20 

Theatre. Heating and ventilation. 

See also Theatre. Construction. 

Elliot, W. G. Ventilation of the Madison Square Theatre. New 
York. 1880. Illus. Plan. 8098.6 

Fischer, H. Heizung, Luftung und Beleuchtung der Theater und 
sonstiger Versammlungssale. Darmstadt. 1894. Plans. 

*8o9oa.i32.5 

Roth, W. E. Theatre hygiene: a scheme for the study of a some- 
what neglected department of the public health. London. [1888.] 
Illus. Plan. Diagram." **T.76.37 

Tripier, a. fi. P. Note sur la ventilation des theatres. Paris. 1859. 
Plans. **T.95.i40 

Theatre. History. 

Annuaire dramatique. Histoire des theatres depuis leur fondation 
jusqu' a nos jours, biographie des acteurs de Paris et de la banlieue. 
Par Adolphe Breant de Fontenay et fitienne de Champeaux. 
Annee i, 1844/45. Paris. 1845. **T.99.24; etc. 

Auge de Lassus, L. Les spectacles antiques Paris. 1888. Illus. 
Plates. 29693.73 

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Theatre. History. (Continued.) 

Bapst, C. G. Essai sur I'histoire du theatre. La mise en scene, 

le decor, le costume, I'architecture, I'eclairage, I'hygiene. Paris. 

1893 Illus. Portraits. Plates. Plan. **T.73.i 

Baron, A. A. F. Histoire de I'art dramatiqiie. Bruxelles. [1853- 

55.] Portraits. 4679.65; **T.47.6i 

Bates, A., and others, editors. The drama. Its history, literature and 

influence on civilization. London. 1903. 20 v. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.45.i 
Bernard, J. Retrospections of America, 1797-1811. Edited from 

the manuscript by Mrs. Bayle Bernard. With an introduction, 

notes, and index by Laurence Hutton and Brander Matthews. 

New York. 1887. Portraits. Plate. 4247.76; **T.57.2ii 

Retrospections of the stage. London. 1830. 2 v. Portrait. 

**T.56.303; etc. 

BiBLioTHEQUE natioualc, Paris. Catalogue de dessins relatifs a I'his- 
toire du theatre conserves au Departement des estampes de la 
Bibliotheque nationale. Avec la description d'estampes rares sur 
le meme sujet, recemment acquises de M. Destailleur. [Paris. 
1895.] *8o64.2io 

Birch, C. Dramatik oder Darstellung der Biihnenkunst, historisch, 

theoretisch-praktisch, fiir Kiinstler und Freunde der Aesthetik. 

Stuttgart. 1856. **T.97.88 

- BoDENSTEiNER, E. Das autike Theater. Leipzig. 1902. i v. and 2 

colored plates. No. 12, 13 in *Cab.29.32.i 

BossuET, P. Histoire des theatres nationaux. Paris. [1909-] 4674-33 

Censor dramaticus, pseud. A complete history of the drama, from the 
earliest periods to the present time. London. 1793. **T.96.27; etc. 

Chambers, E. K. The medijeval stage. Oxford. 1903. 2 v. Plates. 

6252.24 

Chetwood, W. R. a general history of the stage, from its origin in 
Greece down to the present time. With the memoirs of most of the 
principal performers that have appeared on the English and Irish 
stage for these last fifty years. London. 1749. 4578.31; **T.78.io; etc. 

CiBBER, T. Gibber's Two dissertations on the theatres. With an 
appendix. The whole containing a general view of the stage, 
from the earliest times, to the present; with anecdotes relative 
to the English theatres and remarks on the laws concerning the 
theatres. London. [1756.] **T.76.i34; etc. 

Cosack, W. Materialien zu Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's Hambur- 
gische Dramaturgic. Ausfiihrlicher Commentar nebst Einleitung, 
Anhang und Register. Paderborn. 1876. 4873.28 

Coupe, J. M. L., and others. Histoire universelle des theatres de 
toutes les nations, depuis Thespis jusqu' a nos jours; par une 
societe de gens de lettres [J. M. L. Coupe, G. F. F. Des Hayes, 
Lefuel de Mericourt, et Testu]. A Paris. 1779-81. 13 v. Por- 
traits. Plates. Plans. **T.47.87; etc. 

Creizenach, W. M. a. Geschichte des neueren Dramas. Halle a. S. 
1 893-1904. 5 V. 4874-37 

De l'art du theatre en general, ou il est parle des differens genres 
de spectacles et de la musique adaptee au theatre. A Paris. 1769 
2 V. Plates. **T.48.i7 

Destranges, L. a. fi. R. Le theatre a Nantes depuis ses origines 
jusqu'a nos jours. i430?-i893. Paris. 1893. **T.77.6i 

Same. 1430-1901. Paris. 1902. Portrait. Plates. Plans. 

4671.39 
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Detcheverry, a. Histoire des theatres de Bordeaux depuis leur 
origine dans cette ville jusqu'a nos jours. Bordeaux, i860. 

**T.76.79 

DiBDiN, C, 1745-1814. A complete history of the stage. London. 
[1800.] 5 V. **T.76.i32 

DiBDiN, C., Jr. History and illustrations of the London theatres: 
comprising an account of the origin and progress of the drama 
in England; with historical and descriptive accounts of the 
Theatres Royal, Covent Garden, Drury Lane, Haymarket, Eng- 
lish Opera House, and Royal Amphitheatre. London. 1826. 
Plates. Plans. **T.72.6 

DiMMiCK, R. C. Our theatres to-day and yesterday. Beginning 
of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of 
early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the 
growth of the amusement industry. From 1732 to iQiS- New 
York. [1913-] Plates. 4395.206 

DowNES, J. Roscius Anglicanus, or, an historical review of the stage 
from 1660-1706. A fac-simile reprint of the rare original of 1708. 
With an historical preface by Joseph Knight. London. 1886. 

No. I in *4575.ioo 

DuNLAP, W. A history of the American theatre. New- York. 1832. 

**T.55.i09;etc. 

Same. London. 1833. 2 v. in i. **T.76.20o; etc. 

Eaton, W. P. Plays and players. Leaves from a critic's scrap-book. 
Cincinnati. 1916. Plates. 6257.301; **T.46.7o 

Fleay, F. G. a chronicle history of the London stage, 1559-1642. 
London. 1890. 4571.122; **T.75.44 

FoNTANA, F. In teatro. (Con due lettere di G. C. Molineri.) Roma. 
1884. **T.98.97 

FoucHER, P. H. Les coulisses du passe. Paris. 1873. 

26793.80; **T.47.25 

Garcia, G. The actors' art. [Including a sketch on the history of 
the theatre from the Greeks to the present time.] London. 1888. 
Illus. Plates. **T.77.79 

Gesellschaft fiir vervielfaeltigende Kunst. Die Theater Wiens. 
Wien. 1893-1909. 4v. in 6, and unbound parts. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. Plans. *Cab.28.27.2 

Hamilton, C. M. The theory of the theatre, and other principles 
of dramatic criticism. New York. 1910. 2256.62 

HisTOki', The, of the Theatre Royal, Dublin, from its foundation in 
1821 to the present time. [Including a brief sketch of the history 
of the theatres in Dublin.] Dublin. 1870. **T.78.35 

Hugalde y Parra, M. G. de V. Origen, epocas y progresos del teatro 
espaiiol: discurso historico. Madrid. 1802. Plates. 

**D. 174.6; etc. 

Jullien, J. L. A. Les spectateurs sur le theatre. Etablissement 
et suppression des bancs sur les scenes de la Comedie-frangaise et 
de rOpera. Paris. 1875. Plates. Plan. No. 6 in **M.i22.i 

Lacombe, J. Precis de I'art theatral dramatique des anciens et des 
modernes. Paris. 1808. 2 v. **T.46.53 

Lamarca, L. El teatro de Valencia desde su origen hasta nuestros 
dias. Valencia. 1840. **D.i7ob.6o 

Lawrence, W. J. The Elizabethan playhouse and other studies. 
Philadelphia. 1912, 13. 2 v. Plates. Plans. 4574.172 



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Theatre. History. (Continued.) 

Lecocq, G. Histoire du theatre en Picardie depuis son origine jusqu'a 
la fin du xvie siecle. Paris. 1880. Plans. **T.74.i7 

Le Poitevin de L'ficREViLLE, C. P., cotHpUcr. L'esprit du theatre; ou, 
pensees choisies des auteurs dramatiques les plus connus, tant 
anciens que modernes, tant nationaux qu' etrangers. Paris. 
[1865.] **T.37.i49 

LoTHAR, R. Das Wiener Burgtheater. Leipzig. 1899. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. 4871.130 
Magnin, C. Les origines du theatre antique et du theatre moderne 
ou histoire du genie dramatique depuis le ler jusqu' au xvie siecle. 
Paris. [183-?] 4673.67; **T.46.4; etc. 
Malone, E. An historical account of the rise and progress of the 
English stage, and of the economy and usages of our ancient 
theatres. [With additions by G. Steevens.] {In Shakespeare, 
William. Plays. Vol. 3. Basil, m.dcc.ic.) 6602.18; etc. 
Mantzius, C. a history of theatrical art in ancient and modern 
times. With an introduction by William Archer. London. 
1903-09. 5 V. Portraits. Plates. Plans. 6252.66 
Moore, E. H. English miracle plays and moralities. London. 1907. 

2552.39 

Morice, £. Essai sur la mise en scene depuis les mysteres jusqu' au 

Cid. Paris. 1836. **T.77.i87 

Murray, J. T. English dramatic companies, 1558-1642. Boston. 

1910.- 2 V. Map. Tables. 4574-i7i 

Neville, H. G. The stage: its past and present in relation to fine 

art. London. 1875. 2473.57 

Nicholson, W. The struggle for a free stage in London. Boston. 

1906. 2552.33 

Parker, G. A view of society and manners in high and low life. 

Comprised, a history of the stage itinerant. London. 1781. 2 v. 

**T.58.66 

Pick, A. Erfurter Theatervorstellungen in der guten alten Zeit. 

Hamburg. 1899. *59i4.5o.N.F.i3 

Proposal. A, for the better regulation of the stage. With some 

remarks on the state of the theatre among the ancient Greeks 

and Romans. London. 1732. **T.77.2i5 

Pure, M. de. Idee des spectacles anciens et novveavx. Paris. 1668. 

**G.3537-.4 

Seyfried, F., Ritter von. Ruckschau in das Theaterleben Wiens, seit 

den letzten fiinfzig Jahren. Wien. 1864. **M.373-4i ; etc. 

Teuber, O. Geschichte des Prager Theaters. Von den Anfangen 

des Schauspielwesens bis auf die neueste Zeit. Prag. 1883-1888. 

3 V. 2875.152 

Weilen, A. W., Ritter von. Geschichte des Wiener Theaterwesens 

von den altesten Zeiten bis zu den Anfangen der Hof-Theater. 

Wien. 1899. Illus. Portraits. Plates. *Cab.28.27.2.i 

Wkwitzer, R. Dramatic reminiscences, anecdotes, comical sayings 

and doings. London. [185-?] Portrait. **T.59.33; etc. 

A theatrical pocket book, or brief dramatic chronology, from 

the earliest periods of history: with a list of British dramatists, 
and of actors, &c. on the London stage, from the introduction of 
theatrical entertainments into England. London. 1814. **T.98.i33 



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Same. A brief dramatic chronology of actors, &c., on the 

London stage, from the introduction of theatrical entertainments 
into England, to the present time. London. 1817. **T.78.26; etc. 

WoRP, J. A. Geschiedenis van het drama en van het tooneel in 

Nederland. Groningen. 1904, 1908. 2 v. 4874.133 

Theatre. History. Bibliography. 

Mereach, p. a., compiler. Bibliographic fiir Theatergeschichte 1905- 

1910. Berlin. 1913. 6907.31 

Theatre. In favor of. 

Alt, H. Theater und Kirche in ihrem gegenseitigen Verhaltniss 

historisch dargestellt. Berlin. 1846. **T.77.235 

Arnal, fi. Les acteurs et les pretres, boutade en vers, suivie de 

notes. Paris. 1830. **T.96.i49 

Baker, Sir R. Theatrum redivivum, or the theatre vindicated by 

Sir Richard Barer [sic]. In ansv^^er to Mr. Pryn's Histrio-mastix. 

London. 1662. **G.382i.i2 

Bellows, H. W. An address upon the claims of the drama, delivered 

before the American Dramatic Fund Society, 1857. London. 

[1857?] **T.76.33 

Same. The relation of public amusements to public morality, 

especially of the theatre to the highest interests of humanity. 
New York. 1857. **T.77.226; etc. 

Dramatic Fund dinner. Rev. Mr. Bellows on the dramatic 

profession. [New York. 1857.] No. 3 inJ=*G.3822.i 

BoiELDiEU, M. J. A. De I'influence de la chaire, du theatre et du 
barreau, dans la societe civile, et de I'importance de leur retablisse- 
ment sur des bases qui puissent relever en France leur ancienne 
et veritable splendeur. Paris. An Xn.-i8o4. **T.46.34 

Brown, T. The stage-beaux toss'd in a blanket: or, hypocrisie 
alamode; expos'd in a true picture of Jerry, a pretending scourge 
to the English stage. London. 1704. **T.36.35 

BuNN, A. A letter to the Rev. J. A. James, of Carr's Lane Meeting 
House. With notes, critical, religious and moral. Birmingham. 
1824. **T.36.64;etc. 

Caffaro, F. Father Caffaro's Letter upon the lawfulness or unlaw- 
fulness of the stage; with a brief introduction. (In Mansel, R. 
Free thoughts upon Methodists, actors, and the influence of the 
stage. Pp. 75-119. Hull. 1814.) **T.77.i7o; etc. 

Callender, E. R. Dr. Thomson on the stage. A reply. Manchester. 
[187-?] **T.77.72 

Calvert, F. B. A defence of the acted drama, in a letter addressed 
to the Rev. Thomas Best. Hull. 1822. **T.96.4o; etc. 

Churchman, A, pseud. More remarks on the theatre: addressed to those 
who take the trouble to read them. Leeds. 1818. **T.96.52; etc. 

Cole, J. W. A defence bf the stage, or an inquiry into the real 
qualities of theatrical entertainments, their scope and tendency. 
A reply to a sermon entitled "The evil of theatrical amusements 
stated and illustrated" by John B. Bennett. Dublin. 1839. 

**T.75.43 

CoNGREVE, W. Amendments of Mr. Collier's false and imperfect 
citations, &c., from the Old batchelour, Double dealer. Love for 
love, Mourning bride. London. 1698. **T.77.42; etc. 

Conway, M. D. The theater: a discourse delivered in the Unitarian 
Church, Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati. 1857. B.6088.50; etc. 

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Theatre. In favor of. (Continued.) 

Cooke, T. Considerations on the stage, and on the advantages 
which arise to a nation from the encouragement of arts. (In his 
The triumphs of love and honour. Pp. 43-74- London. 1731.) 

**G.3935.i;etc. 

CowELL, W. An oration in defence of the theatre. By Mrs. Anna 
Cowell. Being her second public reply to the late scandalous 
strictures on the theatre. By the Rev. R. M. Hatfield. Written 
by W. Cowell. Chicago. [1865.] **T.96.3i5 

Curtis, J. S. A short reply to a tract by the Rev. W. Thomas, en- 
titled "The theatre." [Leeds. 188-?] **T.77.204 

Daly, C. P. A consideration of the objections to the stage from the 
earliest period and the conclusion it warrants. New York. 1896. 

**T.76.8 

Davidge, W. p. The drama defended. Addressed, with respect, to 
the public generally, and with commiseration, to Messrs. the Rev. 
Strickland, T. L. Cuyler, etc., etc., etc. [Letters.] New York. 
1859. 6259b.i5i 

Davis, J. The attitude of society to the stage, past and present. 
A paper read before the monthly meeting of the Church and 
Stage Guild. London. 1879. , **T.77.i95 

Defence, A, of dramatick poetry: being a review of Mr. Collier's 
View of the immorality and profaneness of the stage. London. 
1698. **T.77.43 

Defence, A, of the drama, containing Mansel's Free thoughts, 
extracts from the most celebrated writers, and a discourse on 
the lawfulness & unlawfulness of plays, by Father Caffaro. New- 
York. 1826. **T.78.6;etc. 

Dennis, J. The person of quality's answer to Mr. Collier's letter, 
being a disswasive from the play-house. London. 1704- 

No. 5 in **G.3824.2 

The stage defended, from Scripture, reason, experience, and the 

common sense of mankind, for two thousand years. Occasion'd 
by Mr. Law's late pamphlet against stage-entertainments. In a 
letter to ****** [George Dodington]. London. 1726. 

*6569.44; etc. 

The usefulness of the stage, to the happiness of mankind, to 

government, and to religion. Occasioned by a late book written 
by Jeremy Collier. London. 1698. **G.382i.2 

Drake, J. The antient and modern stages survey'd. Or. Mr. 

Collier's View of the immorality and profaneness of the English 

stage set in a true light. London. 1699. **T.77.45; etc. 

Drama, The, brought to the test of Scripture, and found wanting. 

[A review of Greville's work of that name. Edinburgh. 1831.] 

No. 7 in **G.3824.io 
Fagan, C. B. Nouvelles observations, au sujet des condamnations 
prononcees contre les comediens. A Paris. I75i- 

No. 3 in **4697.6; etc. 
Farther defence. A, of dramatick poetry: being the second part of 
the Review of Mr. Collier's View of the immorality and profane- 
ness of the stage. London. 1698. **T.77.44 
Ferguson, A. The morality of stage-plays seriously considered. 
Edinburgh. 1757. **T.76.90 
FiLMER, E. A defence of plays: or, the stage vindicated, from 
several passages in Mr. Collier's Short view, &c. London. 1707. 

**T.77.46;etc. 
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Theatre. In favor of. (Continued.) 

Flitcroft, H. Theatrical entertainments consistent with society, 
morality, and religion. In a letter to the author of "The stage 
the high road to hell." London. 1768. **T.96.i85; etc. 

Four letters on the theatre; written during the dispute between the 
public and the proprietors of the new Theatre Royal, in Covent 
Garden, on its opening in 1809: wherein are discussed, the merits 
of players, and the morality of the stage. London. [i8og.] 

**T.96.258 

Freckelton, T. W. The church and the drama. A sermon. Lon- 
don. 1865. **T.96.i30 

Garcia de la Huekta, V. A. La escena hespaiiola defendida en el 
prologo del Theatro hespafiol de D. Vicente Garcia de la Huerta, 
y en su Leccion critica. Madrid. 1786. **D.i7ob.28 

Leccion critica a los lectores de la Memoria de Cosme Damian 

sobre el Theatro hespafiol, &c. Madrid. 1786. **D.i7ob.35 

Gardiner, J. Speech delivered in the House of Representatives; 
on the subject of the report of the committee, appointed to con- 
sider the expediency of repealing the law against theatrical 
exhibitions within this commonwealth. Boston. 1792. Plan. 

**T.76.i3;etc. 

Geier, J. Thespis, on tryal, or the moralitie of playes considered. 
Translated out of the Latin by A. C. Gent. 1685. Edinburgh. 
1887. **T.96.32o;etc. 

Gilliland, T. a dramatic synopsis, containing an essay on the 
political and moral use of a theatre; involving remarks on the 
dramatic writers of the present day, and strictures on the per- 
formers of the two theatres. London. 1804. **T.76.59; etc. 

Guerra y Ribera, M. de. Apelacion al tribunal de los doctos, justa 
defensa de la Aprobacion a las comedias de Don Pedro Calderon 
de la Barca, impressa . . . 1682. Impugnacion eficaz de los 
papeles, que salieron contra ella hasta el ano de 1683. En Madrid. 
1752. **D.i4ob.36 

Halford, J. A reply to a sermon on the theatre, preached in Rich- 
mond Church by the Rev. Edward Hoare. With brief observa- 
tions on the drama. London. 1839. **T.96.i86; etc. 

Haliburton, W. Effects of the stage on the manners of a people: 
and the propriety of encouraging and establishing a virtuous 
theatre. Boston. 1792. Plan. **T.76.io3 

Ham, J. P. The pulpit and the stage. Four lectures. With illus- 
trative notes, by Fred. Whymper. London. [1878.] Portrait. 

**T.77.i34 

The stage and the drama in their relation to society. A lecture. 

London. 1880. 7588.112 

Harvey, D. W. Letters, [ojccasioned by a pamphlet, recently pub- 
lished by Rowland Hill, entitled, "A warning to professors, con- 
taining aphoristic observations on the nature and tendency of 
public amusements"; with concise remarks on a late withdraw- 
ment from a dissenting Independent church. London. 1805. 

No. 9 in **G.3824.9 

Headlam, S. D. The function of the stage. A lecture. London. 
1889. 4574-150 

Theatres & music halls: a lecture. With a letter to the Bishop 

of London and other correspondence. Westminster. [1877.] 

**T.98.34 
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Theatre, In favor of. (Continued.) 

Heywood, T. An apology for actors. Containing three brief 
treatises, i. Their antiquity. 2. Their ancient dignity. 3- The 
true use of their quality. London. 1612. **G.i77.io; etc. 

Irving, Sir H. The theatre in its relation to the state. Boston. 
[1898.] Portrait. 2553.27; **T.77.i78 

Lacy, T. H. The theatre defended chiefly in reference to the last 
annual sermon of the Rev. Thomas Best against theatrical 
amusements. Sheffield. 1840. **T.96.i23 

Three letters by T. H. Lacy, manager of the Sheffield Theatre 

in reference to the last annual sermon of the Rev. Thomas Best, 

preached Oct. 30, against theatrical amusements. [Sheffield. 

1841.] **T.96.i24 

Larned, E. C. a plain talk about the theatre. By Herrick Johnson. 

[Followed by a correspondence between Mr. Johnson, Edwin C. 

Larned and James H. McVicker, the two latter defending it.] 

Chicago. [1882.] **T.78.77 

Laval, P. A. P. A. Laval comedien, a J. J. Rousseau sur les raisons 

qu'il expose pour refuter M. d'Alembert, qui dans le VII volume 

de I'Encyclopedie, article Geneve, prouve que retablissement d'une 

comedie dans cette ville y feroit reunir la sagesse de Lacedemone 

a la politesse d'Athenes. A la Haye. 1758. **T.77.87 

Lewes, C. L. The stage, and the pulpit. The player and the preacher. 

Or, a serio-comic answer to Mr. Kilham, preacher; [Aberdeen. 

1794.] No. 7 in **G.3824.i5 

Lodge, T. A defence of poetry, music, and stage plays. London. 

1853. Facsimile. [Shakespeare Society, London.] 

No. 2 in *4596.2o; etc. 

A reply to Stephen Gosson's School of abuse, in defence of 

poetry, musick and stage plays. 1580? {In his Complete works. 
Vol. I. [Glasgow.] 1883.) No. 2in**46ooa.i25.i;etc. 

M., E. A brief defence of the stage, against the attacks of the 
Methodists and other sectarians; in a letter to a friend, intended 
chiefly as a reply to a pamphlet, written by Mr. Valentine Ward, 
entitled, "The stage; a dangerous and irreconcilable enemy to 
Christianity." Dublin. 1824. **T.76.88 

McVicKER, J. H. The press, the pulpit, and the stage. A lecture. 
Chicago. 1883. Portrait. **T.76.29 

Mansel, R. Free thoughts upon Methodists, actors, and the 
influence of the stage. With an introductory letter . . . upon 
the origin of the drama, &c. Likewise, a discourse on the law- 
fulness and unlawfulness of plays by Father Caffaro. Hull. 1814. 

**T.77.i7o;etc. 
Mr. William Prynn his defence of stage-plays, or a retraction of a 
former book of his called Histrio-mastix. London, printed in the 
year 1649. [London. 1822.] **T.77.22; etc. 

NoswoRTHV, L. The stage and Christianity reconciled. The simple 
story of the real troubles of an inquirer after truth. Manchester. 
1866. **T.96.io7 

O , Mrs. S . Law outlaw'd: or, a short reply to Mr. Law's 

long declamation against the stage. London. 1726. 

No. 12 in**G.382i.ii 
Observations on the effect of theatrical representations, with 
respect to religion and morals: occasioned by the preface to the 
third volume of the Works of Mrs. H. More. Bath. 1804. 

No. 16 in **G.3824.i5; etc. 
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Theatre. In favor of. (Continued.) 

Oldmixon, J. Reflections on the stage, and Mr. Collyer's Defence 
of the Short view. In four dialogues. London. 1699. 

**G.382i.7;etc. 

Parkes, J. The plagiary "warned." A vindication of the drama, the 
stage, and public morals, from the plagiarisms and compilations 
of the Revd John Angell James, in a letter to the author. Bir- 
mingham. 1824. **T.75.62;etc. 

Parody, A, and answer to W. C. C.'s essay on the evil tendency of 
the theatre. By "a man of the world;" but not a "Macsycophant." 
Edinburgh. 1834. **T.95.34 

Percival, J. Society for the Suppression of Vice. A few observa- 
tions in defence of the scenic exhibitions at the Royalty Theatre, 
and on the intolerant censure of the drama m general; contained 
in the "Solemn protest" of the Rev. Tho. Thirlwall, in the name 
of the Society for the Suppression of Vice. London. 1804. 

**T.76.6i;etc. 

Philomusus, S., M.A., pseud. Mr. Law's Unlawfulness of the stage 
entertainment examin'd: and the insufficiency of his arguments 
fully demonstrated. London. 1726. **T.76.9i; etc. 

Players, The, and the Puritans. [New York. 1863.] 

No. 25 in **G.3822.3 

Plumptre, J. Four discourses on subjects relating to the amuse- 
ment of the stage: preached at Great St. Mary's Church, Cam- 
bridge. Cambridge. 1809. **T.75.49; etc. 

An inquiry into the lawfulness of the stage. Taken principally 

from Four discourses on subjects relating to the amusement of 
the stage. Cambridge. 1812. No. 5 in **G,3823.i9 

A letter to the author of a tract entitled The stage: three 

dialogues between Mr. Clement and Mr. Mortimer. Cambridge. 
1819. **T.96.7o;etc. 

PoREE, C. An oration, in which an enquiry is made whether the 
stage is, or can be made a school for forming the mind to virtue; 
and proving the superiority of theatric instruction over those of 
history and moral philosophy. London. 1734. No. 9 in **G.3823.i4 

PoRTEOUS, G. B. Rev. Dr. Porteous on the pulpit and stage; or, 
churches and theatres, and players and preachers. An anticipated 
reply to Rev. Dr. Talmage's tirade against theatres. New York. 
1874. 7464-134; **T.95.35 

Resident, A, pseud. The Bath Theatre vindicated from the aspersions 
of the Rev. John East. Bath. 1844. **T.76.97 

Ryland, R. a second edition of "The statement," "The address," 
and "The remarks" on the "Counter-statement," relative to a late 
withdrawment from a dissenting Independent congregation. 
[Letters on a controversy with the Rev. John Clayton relating to 
dancing and the theafre.] London. 1805. No. 7 in **G.3824.9 

Shinn, G. W. The stage as a teacher. A sermon. [Newton. 1900.] 

No. 2 in 3589.214 

The teaching function of the stage from a clergyman's stand- 
point. An essay. Boston. 1900. No. i in 3589.214 

Some remarks upon the Revd Mr. Anderson's positions concerning 
the unlawfulness of stage-plays. In a letter to the author. Edin- 
burgh. 1733. No. 3 in **G.382i.i9 

Stage, The, acquitted. Being a full answer to Mr. Collier and the 
other enemies of the drama. With a vindication of King Charles 

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Theatre. In favor of. (Continued.) 

the martyr, and the clergy of the Church of England, from the 
abuses of a scurrilous book, called. The stage condemned. Lon- 
don. 1699. **G.382i.9 

Trvon, G. W., /;-. Church and stage. [Philadelphia? 1880?] 

No. IS in *754i.8 

Usefulness, The, of the stage to religion, and to government: shew- 
ing the advantages of the drama in all nations. With an account 
of the rise and progress of the play-houses that were put down. 
London. 1738. Plate. **T.96.92; etc. 

Visitor, A, pseud. The theatre. Observations on a recent pamphlet, 
entitled, "The pulpit justified and the theatre condemned," by the 
Rev. John East, in a letter, addressed to Thomas Noon Talfourd. 
London. 1844. **T.76.ioo 

Ware, J. F. W. May I go to the theatre? A discourse delivered 
in Baltimore, before the Society of the Church of the Savior. 
Baltimore. [1871.] 7464.135; etc. 

Werenfels, S. The usefulness of dramatic interludes, in the educa- 
tion of youth: an oration spoke before the masters and scholars 
of the University of Basil. London. 1744. No. 10 in **G.3824.2 

WiLKS, T. E. Letter to the Rev. T. Binney, in defence of the drama; 
showing the futility of the objections made by him against 
theatrical amusements, in his lecture recently delivered in Wells 
Street Chapel. London. 1838. **T.97.203 

Young, C. An Elizabethan defense of the stage. (In Shakespeare 
studies. By members of the Department of English of the Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. Pp. 103-124. Madison. 1916.) 4593.211 
Theatre. In opposition to. 

Address, An, to the public, on the immorality of theatrical amuse- 
ments. N. p. [18—?] **T.76.i33 

Aiken, S. C. Theatrical exhibitions, a sermon. Cleveland. 1836. 

**T.76.8i 

Alexander, A. A discourse occasioned by the burning of the theatre in 
the city of Richmond, Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of December, 
eighteen hundred and eleven. Philadelphia. 1812. **T.76.i98 

Alexander, A. T. Remarks on the theatre, and on the late fire at 
Richmond, in Virginia. York. 1812. **T.76.87 

Anderson, Rev. G. A reinforcement of the reasons proving that the 
stage is an unchristian diversion. Or, a vindication of the appendix 
to The uuse [sic] and abuse of diversions. Edinburgh. 1733. 

**T.77.67;etc. 

The use and abuse of diversions. A sermon with an appendix, 

shewing that the stage in particular is an unchristian diversion. 
Edinburgh. 1733. **T.96.74; etc. 

Andrews, C. W., and others. On the incompatibility of theatre- 
going and dancing with membership in the Christian Church. 
An address of the clergy of the Convocation of the Valley of 
Virginia, to the people of their respective parishes. Philadelphia. 
1872. **T.97.340 

Authorities on the sin and danger of frequenting the theatre. Lon- 
don. 1828. **T.96.i2o 

Baine, J. The theatre licentious and perverted. Or, a sermon for 
reformation of manners. Partly occasioned by the acting of a 
comedy, entitled. The minor, in the licensed theatre of Edin- 
burgh. Edinburgh. 1770. **T.97.57 

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Theatre. In opposition to. (Continued.) 

Bedford, A. The evil and danger of stage-plays: showing their 
natural tendency to destroy religion and introduce a general cor- 
ruption of manners. Bristol. 1706. **T.77.76; etc. 

Serious reflections on the scandalous abuse and effects of the 

stage: in a sermon. Bristol. 1705. **T.96.io4; etc. 

A serious remonstrance in behalf of the Christian religion, 

against the horrid blasphemies and impieties which are still used 
in the English play-houses. London. 1719. **G.382i.i8 

Bennett, J. B. The evil of theatrical amusements, stated and illus- 
trated in a sermon. Dublin. 1838. **T.96.6o 

Best, Rev. T. Sermons on theatrical amusements. Edited by R. E. 
Roberts. London. 1865. **T.77.i46 

Theatrical amusements. A sermon preached September 26th, 

1830. Sheffield. 1830. **T.96.i25 

Theatrical amusements. A sermon preached at Sheffield, Oct. 

20th, 1850. Sheffield. 1850. **T.96.i26 

Theatrical amusements. A sermon preached November 6th, 

1853- Sheffield. [1853.] **T.96.i27 

Theatrical amusements. A sermon as it was intended to be 

preached at Sheffield, November Sth, 1854. Sheffield. [1854.] 

**T.96.i28 

Theatrical amusements. A sermon preached at Sheffield, 

November 4th, 1855. Sheffield. [1855.] **T.96.i29 

Betson, a. Miscellaneous dissertations, historical, critical, and 
moral, on the origin and antiquity of masquerades, plays, poetry, 
&c. As also, whether plays conduce more to the improvement 
or corruption of morals. London. [i75i-] No. 10 in **G.382i.5 

Bossuet, J. B., Bishop of Meaux. Maxims and reflections upon plays. 
(In answer to a discourse, Of the lawfuUness and unlawfullness of 
plays.) London. 1699. No. 2 in **G.3823.2o 

Brainerd, T. Influence of theatres. A lecture on the nature and 
tendency of the stage. Philadelphia. 1840. **T.76.i79 

British theatre, The, and the Church of England contrasted; or, 
an attempt to shew the inconsistency of stage entertainments 
with the profession of Christianity. Sheffield. [i77-?] **T.96.ii9 

Buckley, J. M. Christians and the theater. New York. 1876. 

3450.80; **T.77.88 

Bullock, C. Popular recreation. (A church congress paper.) The 
theatre as it is: and the Ober-Ammergau play. London. [1880.] 

**T.97.i6o 

Camel, J. B. L. De I'influence des theatres et particulierement des 
theatres secondaires sur les moeurs du peuple. [Paris. 1822.] 

No. 19 in **G.3562.i 

Charneux, a., editor. Uu' proces de presse a propos du theatre. 
[Affaire Judic & Humbert, directeur de I'Alcazar de Bruxelles, 
contre L'Ami de I'ordre.] Namur. 1878. **T.77.234 

Clayton, J., the Elder. A counter and impartial statement of circum- 
stances relative to a late withdrawment from a dissenting Inde- 
pendent church. To which are added notes and an appendix, 
designed as a reply to Mr. Ryland's "Remarks." London. 1805. 

No. 8 in **G.3824.9 

Clayton, J., the Younger. Letters, occasioned by a recent controversy 
between R. R. Esq. and the Rev. J. C. London. 1805. 

No. II in **G.3824.9 
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Theatre. In opposition to. (Continued.) 

Clement, D. X., /^bbe. The stage, a sermon. Harlow. 1805. 

No. 8 in **G.3824.4 

Clergyman, A. Testimonies of pagans, of infidels, of Christian 
Fathers, of councils, of states and sovereigns, and of members of 
the Church of England, on the nature and tendency of theatrical 
amusements. Sheffield. 1819. **T.76.93; etc. 

Cleveland, C. Theatrical amusements: letter to a professing 
Christian. [Boston. 1868.] **T.76.2 

CoBBiN, I. Stage playing immoral, vain, and dangerous in its 
tendency. A sermon. London. [1802.] **T.96.48 

Collier, J. A defence of the Short view of the profaneness and 
immorality of the English stage, &c. Being a reply to Mr. 
Congreve's Amendments, &c., and to the vindication of the 
author of The relapse [Sir John Vanbrugh]. London. 1699. 

**T.77.4i;etc. 

A farther vindication of the Short view of the profaneness and 

immorality of the English stage, in which the objections of a late 
book, entituled, A defence of plays, are consider'd. London. 1708. 

**T.77.38;etc. 

A letter to a lady concerning the new play house. [Anon.] 

London. 1706. No. 2 in **G.3823.3 

Mr. Collier's Dissuasive from the play-house; in a letter to a 

person of quality, occasioned by the late calamity of the tempest. 
London. 1703. " No. 4 in **G.3824.2; etc. 

A second defence of the Short view of the prophaneness and 

immorality of the English stage, &c. Being a reply to a book- 
[by J. Drake] entitled. The antient and modern stages surveyed, 
&c. London. 1700. **T.77.37; etc. 

A short view of the immorality, and profaneness of the English 

stage: with the sense of antiquity upon this argument. London. 
1698. **T.77.34; etc. 

Same. La critique du theatre anglois, compare au theatre 

d'Athenes, de Rome et de France. Et I'opinion des auteurs tant 
profanes que sacrez, touchant les spectacles. A Paris. I7i5- 

**T,77.40 
Conduct, The, of the stage consider'd. A short historical account 
of its original, progress, various aspects, and treatment in the 
pagan, Jewish and Christian world. With the arguments urg'd 
against it. London. 1721. **T.96.7s; etc. 

CoNTi, A. de B., Prince de. Works. With a short account of his life. 
London. 171 1. Portrait. **T.97.29 

Traite de la comedie et des spectacles, selon la tradition de 

I'eglise, tiree des conciles & des saints peres. A Paris. 1669. 

**T.78.47;etc. 

Same. Neue Ausgabe von Karl VoUmoller. Heilbronn. 1881. 

466ob.5i 
Demoralising influence, The, of the playhouse. [Edinburgh. 18 — ?] 

**T.96.ioi 
Deserter, A. The world. No. i, 2. London. 1838, 39. 2 v. **T.98.93 
Desprez de Boissy, C. Lettres sur les spectacles; avec une histoire 
des ouvrages pour & contre les theatres. A Paris. I774- 

**T.78.2i;etc. 

Dissuasive, A, from frequenting the theatre. By the author of "An 

essay on early rising." Wellington, Salop. 1825. **T.96.i3i 



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Theatre. In opposition to. (Continued.) 

Duncan, Rev. J. The lawfulness of the stage, enquired into. Lon- 
don. 1787. **T.96.5i;etc. 
DwiGHT, T. An essay on the stage: in which the arguments in its 
behalf, and those against it, are considered; and its morality, 
character, and effects illustrated. London. 1824. **T.77.57; etc. 
East, J. The pulpit justified, and the theatre condemned: in a letter 
to some members of the Association for Increasing the Attrac- 
tions and Promoting the Improvement of Bath. London. 1844. 

**T.76.99 

The theatre: a discourse on theatrical amusements and dramatic 

literature, delivered in Bath. London. 1844. **T.96.67; etc. 

Extracts from the writings of divers eminent authors, of different 
religious denominations; and at various periods of time, repre- 
senting the evils and pernicious effects of stage plays, and other 
vain amusements. Philadelphia. 1789. **T.78.79 

Friends, Society of. Theatrical amusements and horse-racing. 
Philadelphia. 1873. **T.98.i43 

GossoN, S. The schoole of abuse. (August?) i579- And a short 
apologie of The schoole of abuse (November?) 1570. Edited by 
Edward Arber. London. 1868. ■ 6608.14; **T.76.34; etc. 

Greville, R. K. The drama brought to the test of Scripture, and 
found wanting. [Anon.] Edinburgh. 1830. **T.96.iio; etc. 

Ground, The, of the theatre. An interesting review of circumstances 
connected with the ground upon which the late "Royalty," and 
the more recent "New Brunswick Theatre" stood. With pro- 
posals for restoring the ground back to its original appropriation, 
by erecting a building devoted to the purpose of benevolence and 
religion. London. [1828.] **T.96.366 

Haldane, J. The players scourge: or a detection of the ranting 
prophanity and regnant impiety of stage plays, and their wicked 
encouragers and frequenters. [Edinburgh. I757-] **T.96.8o 

The second part of The players scourge exhibited to the world. 

Wherein is contained the true character of playhouses, play- 
actors, and play-haunters. With an humble advice to the occupant 
upon the throne. [Edinburgh.] 1768. **T.96.9o 

Hale, D. Letters on the new theatre. [In opposition to the erection 
of the Tremont Theatre, Boston. Boston. 1827.] **T.95.39; etc. 
Hatfield, R. M. The theater: its character and influence. An 
address. Chicago. 1866. **T.76.i25 

Hill, R. Aphoristic observations proposed to the consideration 
of the public, respecting the propriety of admitting theatrical 
amusements into country manufacturing towns. London. 1790. 

**T.96.ii5 

A warning to professors; containing aphoristic observations on 

the nature and tendencv of public amusements. London. 1805. 

No. 5 in **G.3824.9; etc. 
Histrio-mastix. Or, the player whipt. [London.] 1610. 

**G.38io.3i;etc. 
Hume, S. A short appeal to men and women of reason; who may 
be walking according to the course of this evil world, living in 
the pleasures thereof, and frequenting theatres, balls, &c. Bristol. 
1765. **T.96.54 

Immoral and anti-Christian tendency, The, of the theatre. 
Exhibited in extracts from various authors. London. [18—?] 

**T.96.i02 
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Theatre. In opposition to. (Continued.) 

Johnson, H. A plain talk about the theatre. Chicago. [1882.] 

**T.78.77 

Kempthorne, Rev. J. A warning against attendance at the theatre, 
the fair, and the racecourse, being the substance of a sermon 
preached last year in the Parish Church of St. Michael, Gloucester. 
Gloucester. 1831. **T.76.66 

Kendall, J. Remarks on the prevailing custom of attending stage 
entertainments. London. 1794. **T.96.i34; etc. 

Late theatrical amateur. A, pseud. A treatise on the propriety of 
theatrical amusements in a Christian community, shewing the 
rise, progress, and present state of the English stage. Madras. 
1826. **T.77.i62 

Law, W. The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-entertainment 
fully demonstrated. London. 1726. **T.76.95; etc. 

Lebrun, p. Discours sur la comedie: ou traite historique et dog- 
matique des jeux de theatre & des autres divertissemens .comiques 
soufferts ou condamnes. A Paris. 1731. **T.78.30 

Leeds, J. W. The theatre: an essay upon the non-accordancy of 
stage-plays with the Christian profession. Newport. 1890. 

**T.78.i8;etc. 

Letter, A, to Mr. Alfred Bunn, manager of the Theatre Royal, 
Birmingham; being a review of his epistle to the Rev. J. A. James 
[in defense of the theatre]. Birmingham. 1824. **T.76.55 

Letter, A, to the Reverend, the Moderator and members of the 
Presbytery of Haddingtoun [attacking the stage and John Home 
for writing a play]. Edinburgh. 1757. **T.96.79 

LoBB, T. An answer to that important question, whether it is lawful 
for the professors of the Christian religion to go to plays? 
London. 1757. **T.96,96 

M'NicoLL, D. A rational enquiry concerning the operation of the 
stage on the morals of society. Newcastle upon Type. 1823. 

**T.96.39 

Mariana, J. de. De spectacvlis. (In his Tractatvs VIL Pp. 127-188. 
Coloni3e Agrippinae. 1709.) **D.272.9; etc. 

Mesle, le jenne. Essai sur la comedie moderne ou Ton refute les 
Nouvelles observation [sic] de M. Fagan au sujet des condamna- 
tions prononcees contre les comediens. Suivis d'une histoire 
abregee des ouvrages qui ont paru pour et contre la comedie 
depuis le 17^ siecle. Paris. 1752. **T.48.23 

Morris, W. Motives of ministerial animadversion, on theatrical 
exhibitions, being the substance of two lectures. Jersey. 1829. 

No. 4 in **G.3822.2 

Murray, L., compiler. Sentiments of pious and eminent persons, on 
the pernicious tendency of dramatic entertainments, and other 
vain amusements. London. 1817. **T.96.io8 

Navarro, G. Discvrsos politicos, y morales en cartas apologeticas, 
contra los qve defienden el vso de las comedlas modernas que 
se representan en Espana, en comparacion del teatro antiguo. 
En Madrid. Afio de 1684. **D.i76.2o 

Newhall, F. H. The theater; a discourse. Boston. 1863. .**T.76.i8o 

Observer, An, pseud. The theatre, as it is: or, remarks upon a 
pamphlet, entitled "The Bath Theatre vindicated." London. 1844. 

**T.76.98 

Opera ticket. The: a dialogue. London. 1843. **T.96.i22 

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Theatre. In opposition to. (Continued.) 

Orton, J. A serious dissuasive from frequenting the play-house. 
Shrewsbury. 1776. ^ **T.96.ii8 

Parisis, , Abbe. Questions importantes sur la comedie de nos 

jours. Bruxelles. 1829. **T.78.36 

Prelude, A, to the plays: or, a few serious questions proposed to the 
gentlemen, ladies, and others that frequent the playhouse. Lon- 
don. 1729. **T.96.89;etc. 
Prynne, W. Histrio-mastix. The players scovrge, or, actors 
traga;die. Wherein it is largely evidenced that popular stage- 
playes are sinful, ungodly spectacles. London. 1633. 

**T.77.i9;etc. 
Rainolds, J. The overthrow of stage-playes, by way of controversie 
betwixt D. Gager and D. Rainoldes, wherein all the reasons that 
can be made for them are notably refuted. At Oxford. 1629. 

**T.77.i39;etc. 
Remarks on the theatre, occasioned by the awful death of Mr. 
Cummins, which took place at the play-house in this town. 
Leeds. 1817. **T.96.io5;etc. 

Representation, A, of the impiety & immorality of the English 
stage, with reasons for putting a stop thereto: and some questions 
addrest to those who frequent the play-houses. London. 1704. 

No. I in **G.3823.i4; etc. 
Rousseau, J. J. A letter from M. Rousseau, of Geneva, to M. 
d'Alembert, of Paris, concerning the effects of theatrical enter- 
tainments on the manners of mankind. [London.] 1759. 

**T.76.3;etc. 

Sabin, E. R. a discourse, preached in presence of the supreme 

executive of Massachusetts, by request of the young men of 

Boston, commemorative of the late calamitous fire at Richmond. 

Boston. 1812. **T.76.i99;etc. 

Serious address. A, to the frequenters of play-houses; or rather, 

serious motives to draw people to a just consideration of the 

folly, sin and danger of encouraging, and being present at those 

unlawful assemblies. [London?] 1746. **T.96.ii7 

Shorte treatise. A, against stage-playes. [London.] 1625. 

**G.382i.i3 
Simpson, D. A discourse on stage entertainments. Birmingham. 
1783. **T.96.78 

Simpson, R. A solemn warning against theatres and races. A 
sermon. Derby. [1829.] **T.96.65 

Sin, The, and danger of frequenting the theatre. [Sunderland. 
1828.] **T.96.58 

Sinks, P. W. Popular ainusements and the Christian life. New 
York. [1896.] 3589-143 

Some considerations about the danger of going to plays. Ir^ a letter 
to a friend. London. 1704. No. i in **G.3823.9 

Stage, The. Three dialogues between Mr. Clement and Mr. 
Mortimer. London. [181-?] **T.96.ioo 

Stage, The, condemn'd and the encouragement given to the im- 
moralities and profaneness of the theatre, by the English schools, 
universities and pulpits, censur'd. London. 1698. 

No. I in **G.3823.20 

Stage, The, the high road to hell: being an essay on the pernicious 

nature of theatrical entertainments. London. [1767.] **T.96.76 

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Theatre. In opposition to. (Continued.) 

Stage-plays considered, and contrasted with the Bible. Sheffield. 

1819. **T.96.57;etc. 

Styles, J. A defence of An essay on the immoral and anti-christian 

tendency of the stage, against the animadversions of a critique 

in the Annual Review [by Arthur Aikin]. London. 1807. 

**T.96.iog 
An essay on the character, immoral, and antichristian tendency 

of the stage. Newport, Isle of Wight. 1806. **T.77.i58; etc. 

SuTOR, A. An essay on the stage: in which the arguments in its 

behalf, and those against it, are considered; and its morality, 

character, and effects illustrated. Aberdeen. 1820. **T.77.58 
Testimonies on the nature and tendency of theatrical amusements. 

[Dublin. 18—?] **T.96.ii2 

Thirlwall, T. Royalty Theatre. A solemn protest agamst the 

revival of scenic exhibitions and interludes at the Royalty 

Theatre. London. 1803. **T.76.92; etc. 

Thompson, J. P. Theatrical amusements. A discourse on the 

character and influence of the theater. New York. 1847. 

**T.76.i26; etc. 
Thoughts on the entertainments of the stage. 2d edition. Leeds. 

1786. No. 4in**G.382i.23 

TuRNBULL, R. The theatre, in its influence upon literature, morals 

and religion. Hartford. 1837- 4397-49; etc. 

Ward, V. The stage, a dangerous and irreconcilable enemy to 

Christianity, asserted and proved, in a letter addressed to a 

comedian. Aberdeen. 1819. **T.96.69 

Well-wisher to the king and people. The inconsistency of comedies 

and stage-plays with true Christianity proved by Scripture and 

authorities. [London. 1735.] No. 6 in **G.3823,i2 

Willis, R., Bishop of Winchester. Of plays and masquerades. [An 

essay in opposition to the theatre. Anon.] London. I7i9- 

**T.97.i56 

Same. An essay on plays and masquerades. London. 1724. 

**T.96.45;etc. 

The occasional paper: number IX. Containing some considera- 
tions about the danger of going to plays. In a letter to a friend. 
London. 1698. **T.76.ii4 

WiTHERSPOON, J. A serious enquiry into the nature and effects of 
the stage. Being an attempt to show, that contributing to the 
support of a public theatre is inconsistent with the character of 
a Christian. Glasgow. i757- **T.96.i03; etc. 

Woodward, J. Some thoughts concerning the stage in a letter to a 
lady. London. 1704. **T.96.99; etc. 

Young, C. An Elizabethan defense of the stage. (In Shakespeare 
studies. Pp. 103-124. Madison. 1916.) 4593.211 

Theatre. Lazv. 

See also Censorship of the stage. 

Agnel, fi. Code-manuel des artistes dramatiques et des artistes 
musiciens. Paris. [1851.] **T.78.7 

AsTRUc, J. Le droit prive du theatre; ou, rapports des directeurs 
avec les auteurs, les acteurs et le public. Paris. 1897. **T.74.i8 

Bouchard, A. La langue theatrale. Vocabulaire historique, de- 

scriptif et anecdotique des termes et des choses du theatre. Suivi 

d'un appendice contenant la legislation theatrale en vigeur. Paris. 

1878. **T.98.io6 

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Theatre. Lazv. (Continued.) 

Bureau, G. Le theatre et sa legislation. Paris. 1898. **T.74 16 

Constant, C. F. Codes des theatres a I'usage des directeurs, des 
artistes, des auteurs et des gens du monde contenant un expose 
des principes juridiques. Paris. 1876. **T.77.2o6 

CoRYTON, J. Stageright. A compendium of the law relating to 
dramatic authors, musical composers, and lecturers as regards the 
public representation of their works. With notes on various 
matters connected with the stage, statutes (including the Lord 
Chamberlain's Act), etc. London. 1873. **T.96.i62 

[Documents of the Metropolitan Board of Works, the London 
County Council, and Committees of the House of Commons and 
the House of Lords, relating to the theatre.] London. 1866- 
1909. 7 V. **T.72.i4 

Great Britain. Parliament. Reports. Report from the Select com- 
mittee on dramatic literature: with the minutes of evidence. [Lon- 
don. 1832.] Plans. **T.7i.8;etc. 

Grille, F. J. Les theatres. Lois. — Reglemens. — Instructions. — 
Salles de spectacle. — Droits d'auteur. — Correspondans. — Conges. 
— Debuts. — Acteurs de Paris et des departemens. Paris. 1817. 

**T.77.2o 

Handy-book. A, on the law of the drama and music: being an exposi- 
tion of the law of dramatic copyright, the law affecting theatres; 
and the law relating to music, dancing, and professional engage- 
ments; with the statutes, forms, &c. London. 1864. **T.78.44 

Hennin, M. Des theatres et de leur organisation legale. Paris. 
1819. **T.96.3o8 

Lacan. a. J. B., and C. H. P. Paulmier. Traite de la legislation et 
de la jurisprudence des theatres. Paris. 1853. 2 v. **T.76.i6 

Le Senne, C. fi. Code du theatre. Lois, reglements, jurisprudence, 
usages. Paris. 1878. **T.77.i92 

Letter, to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, respecting the proposed 
introduction of a bill, to repeal so much of the Act of loth Geo. 
IL cap. 28, as requires notice to be sent to the Lord Chamberlain, 
previously to the representation of any new play or entertainment 
of the stage, or any addition to an old play; and showing that 
the consequence would be, to confirm the monopoly claimed by 
Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres. London. 1829. 

**T.76.73;etc. 

Reade, C. The eighth commandment. London, i860. Portrait. 

**G.3936.25;etc. 

RiVALTA, V. Storia e sistema del diritto dei teatri secondo I'etica 
ed i principii delle leggi canoniche e civili. Bologna. 1886. 

**T.75.47 

Seconde lettre a M. le Vicomte de Larochefoucauld. Paris. 1825. 

No. 13 in **G.3562.2 

Thackeray, T. J. On theatrical emancipation, and the rights of 
dram.atic authors. London, 1832. **T.76.i84 

VuLPiAN, A., and Gauthier. Code des theatres. Ou manuel a 

I'usage des directeurs. entrepreneurs et actionnaires de spectacles, 
des auteurs et artistes dramatiques, etc. Paris. 1829. **T.79.i4 
Theatre. Lighting. 

Fischer, H. Heizung, Liiftung und Beleuchtung der Theater und 
sonstiger Versammlungssale. Darmstadt. 1894. Illus. Diagrams. 

*8o9oa.i32.5 
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Theatre. Lighting. (Continued.) 

Krows, a. E. Play production in America. New York. 1916. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. Plans. Diagrams. 80693.163; **T.76.i96 

Theatre. Machinery. 

See also Theatre. Scenery. 

Architecture theatrale. [Plans of theatres and of stage machinery, 
etc.] N. p. N. d. Illus. Plates. Plans. Diagrams. **T.ii.6 

Bapst, C. G. fitude sur les mysteres an moyen age. Paris. 1892. 
Plate. 2671. 141 

DiRCKS, H. The ghost! as produced in the spectre drama, popularly 
illustrating the marvellous optical illusions obtained by the 
apparatus called the Dircksian phantasmagoria: being a full 
account of its history, construction, and various adaptations. 
London. 1863. Illus. Plates. Diagrams. **T.77.i65 

FiLipPi, J. DE. Parallele des principaux theatres modernes de 
I'Europe et des machines theatrales franqaises, allemandes et 
anglaises. Dessins par Clement Contant. Paris. 1870. 2 v. 
Plans. *Cab,6o.77.i 

Laumann, E. M. La machinerie au theatre depuis les Grecs jusqu'a 
nos jours. Paris. [1897?] Illus. Plates. 8092.126 

Lefevre, J. L'electricite au theatre. Paris. [1894.] Illus. Plates. 
Plans. **T.77.i4i 

MoYNET, G. La machinerie theatrale. Trues et decors. Explication 
raisonnee de tons les moyens employes pour produire les illusions 
theatrales. Paris. [1893.] Illus. Colored portrait. Plates. Plans. 

8092.122; **T.75.4 

MoYNET, J. L'envers du theatre. Machines et decorations. Paris. 
1873. Illus. Plates. Plans. **T.77.i37 

Vaulabelle, a. de, and C. Hemardinquer. La science au theatre, 
fitude sur les precedes scientifiques en usage dans le theatre 
moderne. Paris. 1908. Illus. Diagrams. 6252.71 

Theatre. Management. 

Cheney, S. The art theatre. A discussion of its ideals, its organiza- 
tion and its promise as a corrective for present evils in the 
commercial theatre. New York. 1917. Plates. Plans. 6257.144 

The new movement in the theatre. New York. 1914. Plates. 

6257.87 
Daly, J. F. The life of Augustin Daly. New York. 1917. Por- 
traits. Plate. 6257.146 
Dickinson, T. H. The insurgent theatre. New York. 1917. 

6257-143 
Grau, R. The business man in the amusement world. A volume of 
progress in the field of the theatre. New York. [1910.I Por- 
traits. 4045.168 

Forty years observation of music and the drama. New York. 

1909. Portraits. 4045-172 

The stage in the tv/entieth century. New York. 1912. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plans. 4045.180 

Hamilton, C. M. Studies in stagecraft. New York. 1914. 2256.63 
Hopkins, A. How's your second act? With a foreword by George 

Jean Nathan. New York. 1918. 6257.308 

HuLFiSH, D. S. Motion-picture work: a general treatise on picture 

taking, picture making, photo-plays, and theater management and 

operation. Chicago. 1913. Illus. Plates. Plans. 8037.201 

Mackay, C. D'A. The little theatre in the United States. New York. 

1917. Plates. 6257.147 

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Theatre. Management. (Continued.) 

Krows, a. E. Play production in America. New York. 1916. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plans. 8o69a.i63; **T.76.i96 

KuESTNER, C. T. VON. Vierunddrcissig Jahre meiner Theaterleitung 

in Leipzig, Darmstadt, Miinchen und Berlin. Zur Geschichte 

und Statistik des Theaters. Leipzig. 1853. **T.55.65 

Leavitt, M. B. Fifty years in theatrical management. New York. 

[1912.] Illus. Portraits. Plate. *6252.65; **T.55.i6 

PiTOU, A. Masters of the show as seen in retrospection by one who 

has been associated with the American stage for nearly fifty 

years. New York. [1914-] Portraits. 6257.369 

Smith, S. F. Theatrical management in the West and South for 

thirty years. With anecdotical sketches: autobiographically 

given. New York. 1868. Illus. Portrait. 4395-i87; **T.55.39 
WooLCOTT, A. Mrs. Fiske. Her views on actors, acting and the 

problems of production. New York. 1917. Portraits, one colored. 

Plates. 6257.307 

Theatre. Models. 

Columbia University. Dramatic Museum. A catalog of models and 

of stage-sets. [With a preface by Brander Matthews.] New 

York. 1916. Facsimile. **T.46.62.5 

Theatre. Open air. See Open-air theatres. 
Theatre. Periodicals. See Periodicals. 
Theatre. Plans. See Theatre. Construction. 
Theatre, Posters. 

Bauwens, M. Les affiches etrangeres illustrees, par M. Bauwens, 

T. Hayashi, La Forgue, Meier-Graefe, J. Pennell. Paris. 1897. 

Illus. Plates, some colored. *4072.i8 

[Collection, A, of Portuguese theatre posters.] Lisboa. 1880. (14) 

posters, in (27) pieces. **T.Cab.i.io 

London. Theatres. Covent Garden Theatre. Theatre Royal [Covent 

Garden]. Mr. Ira Aldridge, the African tragedian, as Othello. 

W. Earle, sc. [1833?] **G.50.i3 

Maindron, C. E. Les affiches illustrees. (1886-1895.) Paris. 1896. 

Illus. Plates, some colored. *407i.45 

Les programmes illustres des theatres et des cafes-concerts, 

menus, cartes d'invitation, petites estampes, etc. Paris. [1897.] 
(62) plates. **T.i2.6; etc. 

Theatre. Programmes. See Programmes. 

Theatre. Properties. See Theatre. Costumes and properties. 

Theatre. Scenery. 

See also Theatre. Machinery; Theatrical illustrations. 

Appia, a. La mise en scene du drame wagnerien. Paris. 1895. 

No. 4 in **M.372.39 

Die Musik und die Inscenierung. Miinchen. 1899. Plates. 

4044.141 
Becq de Fouquieres, L. A. V. L'art de la mise en scene. Essai 
d'esthetique theatrale. Paris. 18S4. 4673.86; **T.77.i47 

Bibbiena, G. G. da. Theaterdecorationen, Innenarchitektur und 
Perspectiven. Prachtvolle und grossartige Scenerien aus Opern 
und Schauspielen, welche an den Fiirstenhofen des 18. Jahr- 
hunderts aufgefiihrt wurden. Berlin. [1888.] 26 plates. 

*Cab.8o.87.3 

Bte, O. Das Theater. Biihnenbilder und Kostiime von Karl Walser. 

Mit Text von Oskar Bie. Berlin. [1912.] Colored illus. 34 

colored plates. **T.72.i 

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Theatre. Scenery. (Continued.) 

Chidley, vS. Scene painting for amateurs. [Clippings from The 

Keynote, 1886.] Illus. Diagrams. **T.i3,5 

Cohen, G. Histoire de la mise en scene dans le theatre religieux 

frangais du moyen age. Paris. 1906. Plates. 6674.92 

Same. Geschichte der Inszenierung im geistlichen Schauspiele 

des Mittelalters in Frankreich. Leipzig. 1907. Plates. 4676.165 

Columbia University. Dramatic Museum. A catalog of models and 

of stage-sets. [With a preface by Brander Matthews.] New 

York. 1916. Facsimile. **T.46.62.5 

CoQUioT, G. Nouveau manuel complet du peintre-decorateur de 

theatre. Paris. 1910. Illus. Plates. Plans. 8o6ga.i6o 

Craig, E. G. Towards a new theatre. Forty designs for stage 

scenes with critical notes by the inventor. London. [1912?] 

Plates. *8o6i.20o 

Flechsig, W. E. Die Dekoration der modernen Biihne in Italien, 

von den Anfangen bis zum Schluss des xvi. Jahrhunderts. Teil i. 

Dresden. 1894. 8063.78 

Krueger, M. tJber Biihne und bildende Kunst. Munchen. 1913. 

Plates. Plans. 8o69a.i6i 

Lamb, C. The art of the stage as set out in Lamb's dramatic essays. 

With a commentary by Percy Fitzgerald. London. 1885. Por- 
trait. 4577.117; **T.77.75 
Leclerc, L. Les decors, les costumes et la mise en scene au xviie 

siecle. 1615-1680. Paris. 1869. 6257.37; **T.77. 153 

Lehner, G. Theater-Decorationen. Abth. i, Serie 1-3. Berlin. 

[1892?] Plates, some colored. *8o7o.i39 

Mackay, C. D'A. Costumes and scenery for amateurs. A practical 

working handbook. New York. 1915. Plates. 8076.214; Z.4od 19.4 
Moderwell, H. K. The theatre of to-day. New York. 1914. Plates. 

Plans. ^ 6257.84 

Perrin, £. C. V. Etude sur la mise en scene. Lettre a M. Francisque 

Sarcey. Paris. 1883. **T.95.59 

PossART, E., Ritter von. Welches System der Scenerie ist am besten 

geeignet fiir die Darstellung verwandlungsreicher. klassischer 

Dramen, insbesondere der Shakespeare'schen? Festvortrag. 

Munchen. 1901. **T.77.224 

Saint-Saens, C. C. Note sur les decors de theatre dans I'antiquite 

romaine. Paris. 1886. Illus. Plates. Plan. 29503.50; **T.75.ii 
Stuart, D. C. Stage decoration in France in the Middle Ages. New 

York. 1910. 4676.123 

Van Vechten, C. Stage decoration as a fine art. (In his Music after 

the great war, and other studies. Pp. I37-I57- New York. 1915-) 

40493.157 
Theatre. Scrap-books. 
See also Programmes. 
Brown, A. A., compiler. Magazine articles. Drama. Vol. 1-63; new 

series, vol. 1-33. [Boston. 1882-1916.] 96 v. Illus. Portraits. 

Plates. Map. Music. **T.i5.i 

Same. General index of vol. 1-56; new series, vol. 1-23. 

**T.i5.iA 

Notices of plays. [With indexes. Boston. 190X-13.] 20 v. 

Illus. Portraits. **T.i4.3 

Theatres. [With indexes. Boston. i90-?-i9i3.] 2 v. Illus. 

Portraits. **T.i4.5 

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Theatre. Scrap-books. (Continued.) 

Theatrical topics. [With indexes. Boston. 1900-13.] 22 v. 

Illus. Portraits. Diagrams. **T.i4.i 

The Usher. [Cuttings from The Usher column of the New 

York Dramatic Mirror. Boston, igog.] **T.i4.7 

Brown, A. K., compiler. Theatrical miscellanies. Vol. 1-5; new series, 
vol. I, 2. [With indexes. Boston. 1910-12.] 7 v. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. Plans. **T.i4.9 

Danforth, C. B. Dramatic reviews [from the Boston Daily Herald]. 
1871-78. **T.i5.4 

Dramatic catalogue cuttings. [Boston. 189-?] **T.i2.8 

Dramatic clippings. N. p. N. d. Illus. Portraits. Autograph fac- 
similes. **T.i3.i 

Dramatic memoirs and criticisms. [With index.] N. p. N. d. "''^T.is.e 

Dramatic souvenirs. [Boston. 1910-13.] 6 v. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. **T.i2.4 

Eaton, W. O. Stories of the Boston stage. Scen'es before and 
behind the curtain. Anecdotes of actors in the past and present 
[cut from the Boston Commercial Bulletin, 1876, 77]. **T.i5.7 

HuTCHiNGS, W. E. [Manuscripts, programmes, etc., relating to his 
Grand classical panorama of the sea and shores of the Mediter- 
ranean, executed by A. Hewins.] N. p. [1848?] **T.i2.3 

Lee, W. H., compiler. Dramatic & musical programs. [Boston. 1897- 
1913-] 13 V. Illus., some colored. Portraits, some colored. 

**T.io.68 

Masterson, K. The Matinee Girl. [Cuttings from The Matinee Girl 
column of the New York Dramatic Mirror, compiled by Allen A. 
Brown. Boston. igo6, 12.] 2 v. Illus. Portrait. **T.i4.6 

MuLLETT, A. E., compiler. A dramatic scrap-book; or a book devoted 
to sketches of the lives of actors & to criticisms of plays & acting. 
[Boston. 1894-1899.] 7 V. Illus. Portraits. . **T.ii.9 

[Music and drama. Cuttings from Every Saturday, 1869-73.] 

**M.i23.6 

'NonuAN, G. ]., compiler. Theatrical woodcuts. N. p. [1855?] Illus.. 
Portraits. Plates. **T.i3.2 

Riddle, G. Impressions. [Cuttings from the Boston Journal.] 
N. d. Portraits. **T.i5.5 

Theatrical circulars. [With indexes. Boston. 1912.] 5 v. Illus. 
Portraits. Plates. Maps. Plans. **T.i2.5 

[Theatrical essays. London. 1829-1863.] No. 7 in **G.3822.3 

Theatrical journal. [Cuttings from The European Magazine.] 
1791-97. **T.i6.3 

[William Warren. A collection of newspaper clippings, magazine 

articles, etc. Boston? 19—?] Illus. Portraits. **T.55.i39 

Theatre. J'cntilation.' See Theatre. Heating and ventilation. 

Theatre, Le. Memoires d'un jeune premier. Paris. Gonet. 1858. 96 

pp. [Paris-vivant, par des hommes nouveaux.] **T.99.33 

Theatre, Le. Revue bi-mensuelle. No. 1-4. Decembre i, 1874 -Janvier 

15, 1875. Paris. Librairie de Tficho de La Sorbonne. 1874, 75. 

4 nos. in i v. Illus. Portrait. Plates. Manuscript facsimiles. 

No more was published. **T.23.8 

Theatre, Le. Revue bimensuelle illustree. Annee 1-16. 1898-1913. 

Paris. Goupil & cie. [1S98-1913.] 16 v. in 28. Illus. Portraits. 

Plates. Music. Manuscript facsimiles. **T.22.3 
During 1898 and 1899 this was issued monthly. 



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Thtatre, Le, a la mode au xviiie siecle. Marcello, B. No. 5 in **M. 139.22 
Theatre, Le, de I'avenir. ViTOUX, G. 6252.70 

Theatre, The. Visitor, A, pseud. **T.76.ioo 

Theatre, The. [Monthly.] Vol. i-. New York. [Meyer Bros. & Co., 
etc.] 1901 to date. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Manuscript fac- 
similes. **T.22.I 
The first two numbers have the title: Our Players' Gallery. [Quarterly.] Vol. 
I (no. i) ; 2 (no. i). Oct. 1900; igoi. The third number is entitled: The 
Theatre. [Vol. i.] No. 3. Beginning with No. 3 it is edited by Arthur 
Hornblow. 

Theatre, The. A monthly review and magazine. July 1877 -Dec. 1897. 
London. [Wyman, etc.] 1877-1897. 41 v. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. Plans. Autograph facsimiles. **T.25,i 

From Jan. 1880 - Dec. 1889 the editor was Clement Scott; from Jan. - June 
1890, Bernard E. J. Capes; from July 1890 -June 1892, Bernard E. J. Capes 
and Charles Eglington ; from July 1892 -June 1893, Charles Eglington ; and 
from July iSga-June 1894, Addison Bright. In 1889 The Theatre Annual 
[**T.2S.3] was consolidated with The Theatre and from 1889 to 1894 the 
January number is entitled The Theatre and Theatre Annual. After the ist 
volume for 1894, the title-pages and indexes are lacking. 

Theatre, The. [Semi-monthly.] Vol. i. Dec. i, 1851-May 15, 1852. 
Edinburgh. Bertram & Co. 1851, 52. (3), 336 pp. **T.27.32 

Theatre, The. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. 1-4). Oct. 4-25, 1828. [London.] 
1828. 64 pp. **T.26.46 

Theatre, The. [Weekly.] An illustrated magazine of drama, music, 
art. Deshler Welch, editor. Vol. 1-6, 7 (no. 1-18). Mar. 20, 
1886- Mar. 2, 1891. New York. Theatre Publishing Co. [& 
Dramatic Publishing Co.]. 1886-91. 7 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 
Plans. Music. Manuscript facsimiles. **T.25.2 

Same. Vol. 4- 1889. **K.33.4 

Theatre, The: a didactic essay. Whyte, S. No. 3 in **G.3824.6 

Theatre, The; or, dramatic and literary mirror. [Fortnightly.] Vol. i 
(no. 1-14): 2 (no. I [i. e. i5]-23). Feb. 20 -Oct. 30, 1819. Lon- 
don. Duncombe. 1819. 2 v. in i. Colored portraits. **T.26.53 

The index to vol. 2 is lacking. 

Same. Vol. i (no. 1-3, 5-14). No. 4 in **G.3822.4 
Theatre Annual, The. Edited by Clement Scott. [1884-88.] London. 
Bogue [etc.]. 1884-88. 5 v. in i. Portraits. Autograph fac- 
similes. **T.25.3 

In 1889 The Theatre Annual was consolidated with The Theatre [**T.2S.i] and 
from 1889 to 1894 the January number of that periodical is entitled: The Theatre 
and Theatre Annual. 

Theatre Arts Magazine. [Quarterly.] Vol. i- November, 1916, to 
date. [Detroit, Mich.] Plates. **T.25.35 

Edited by Sheldon Cheney under the auspices of the theatre committee of the 
Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit, Michigan. 

Theatre, The, as a power. Faversham, W. **T.75.76 

Theatre, The, as it is. Observer, An, pseud. **T.76.98 

Theatre, Le, au College des bons-enfants. P., L. **T.77.202 

Theatre, Le, aujourd'hui. Muriel, A. **T.77-ii8 

Theatre, The, by Sir Richard Steele. [No. 1-28, January 2 -April 5, 
1720.] To which are added, the Anti-theatre; The character of 
Sir John Edgar; Steele's case with the Lord Chamberlain; The 
crisis of property, with the sequel, Two Pasquins, &c. Illustrated 
with literary and historical anecdotes by John Nichols. London: 
Printed by and for the editor; and sold by G. G. J. and J. Robin- 
son. 1791. viii, 580 pp. Portrait. **T.26.23 
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Theatre, Le, dans I'intimite. Dieulafoy, J. P. R., and M. A. Dieulafoy. 

**T.37.i4i 
Theatre de la foire. Auriac, P. E. J. M. d', editor. **T.37.i46 

Theatre, Le, du peuple. Pottecher, M. B. M. **.T77.99 

Theatre, Le, en province. Estival, A., and M. Millanvoye. **T.95.iio 
Theatre, Le, et Tarchltecte. Trelat, £. **T.76.5i 

Theatre, Le, & le livre a sauver. Laforet, L. P. **T.96.i40 

Theatre, Le, et le peuple. Bonnassies, J. 4679.50; **T.77.io5 

Theatre, Le, et les moeurs. Weiss, J. J. A. 4697.94; **T.47.85; etc. 

Theatre frangais. The, in the reign of Louis xv. Cochrane-Baillie, A. 
D. R. W., 1st Baron Lamington. 26703.70 ; **T.86.3 

Theatre frangois, Le, divise en trois livres. [Anon.] See Chappuzeau, 

Samuel. 
Theatre hygiene. Roth, W. E. **T.76.37 

Theatre, The, of science. Grau, R. *8o39a.57 

Theatre, The, of the Greeks. Buckham, P. W. 49503.24; etc. 

Theatre sanitation. Gerhard, W. P. 5766.66 

Theatre scientifique, Le. Figuier, G. L. **T.76.32 

Theatre tickets. 

Elias, S. p. The law of theater tickets. San Francisco. 1905. 

3663.96 
Speculation or scalping in amusement tickets. Analysis of muni- 
cipal ordinances prohibiting or regulating the sale of tickets of 
admission at advanced prices. [Chicago. iQiS-] *9352a.4i.5 

Theatre versus conventicle. Calvert, F. B. **T.96.4i ; etc. 

Theatreide, Le. Devineau de Rouvray, C. A. **T.97.2i9; etc. 

Theatres, The. Garrick, D. **T.54.25; etc. 

Theatres, acteurs et actrices de Paris, biographic des artistes dra- 
matiques, et notices sur les theatres de Paris, leur origine, leur 
administration, etc. Paris. Depot central des pieces de theatre 
anciennes et modernes. 1842. 108 pp. **T.78.42 

Attributed to Adolphe Pouiol in the Catalogue Soleinne, tome 5, p. 172, no. 749 

L"T.66.i3.5; **G.37oa.i5.5]. 
Theatres and motion picture houses. Meloy, A. S. 8094.115 

[Theatres and public halls of New York. Plans of seats. Boston. 

Lowell & Co. 1879.] 32 pp. Plate. Plans. **T.78.87 

Theatres as they are. Leech, A. E. **T.96.i33 

Theatres clandestins, Les. 

Capon, G., and R. Yve-Plessis. Paris galant au dix-huitieme siecle. 

Paris. 1905. Plates. **T.75.42 

Theatres, Les, de la foire. Albert, M. 4676.104; **T.97.254 

Theatres, Les, de Paris. Notices et portraits. Texte par une societe 

de gens de lettres. Dessins par Eustache Lorsay. — Lithographies 

par Collette. Paris. Biendine. [1854.] Variously paged. Colored 

portraits. **T.53.i2 

Same. Baillieu. **T.54.9 

The contents of this copy differ from those of the preceding. 

Same. Paris. Martinon. [1854.] 2 v. Portraits. [Galerie illustree 

des celebrites contemporaines.] **T.54.io 

Theatres, Les, de societe de Rouen. Boutetller, J. fi. **T.76.5 

Theatres, Les, des Boulevards. Albert, M. 4676.134; **T.77.ii2 

Theatres, Les, en robe de chambre. See Gilbert, F., and E. Coulon. 

Photographies a la plume. 

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Theatres lyriques de Paris. 

Blaze, F. H. J. L'Academie imperiale de musique: histoire litteraire, 
musicale . . . de 164S a 1855. Paris. 1855. 2 v. 4045.12; **M.ii5.8 

L'opera italien, de 1548 a 1856. Paris. 1856. 8045.13; **M.ii5.9 

EzvAR Du Fayl, . Academie nationale de musique. 1671-1877. 

Paris. 1878. Plates. Plans. 26393.55; **M.i29a.ii 

Theatres, The, of Paris. Hervey, C. **T.74.4 

Theatric amateur, An, pseud. See Winston, James. 

Theatric revolution, or plain truth addressed to common sense. 

Macauley, E. W. **T.96.2o;etc. 

Theatric tourist, The. Winston, J. **T.72.5 

Theatrical amusements and horse-racing. Friends, Society of. **T.98.i43 

Theatrical and circus life. Jennings, J. J. **T.76.i48 

Theatrical anecdotes. Sadler, L. R. 2554.61 ; **T.58.8o 

Theatrical biography: or, memoirs of the principal performers of the 

three Theatres Royal. V/ith critical remarks on their professional 

merits. London. 1772. 2 v. **T.58.i29 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.37.i4, which lacks vol. i. 

Theatrical bookplates. Pope, A. W. *8o75.26o 

Theatrical Censor, The. By a citizen. [Semi-weekly.] No. 1-17. Dec. 

9, i8os-Mar. 3, 1806. [Philadelphia. 1805, 06.] 134, (i) pp. 

Plate. **T.26.58 

Theatrical Censor, The. [Weekly.] No. 1-6. May 24 -June 28, 1828. 

[Manchester. 1828.] 46 pp. **T.98.66 

Criticisms of performances at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. 
Theatrical Censor, The, and musical review. No. 1-28. Oct. i - Nov. 

29, 1828. Philadelphia. 1828. 212 pp. **T.25.22 

Nos. 1-4 were issued daily; the others three times a week. 

Theatrical censorship. See Censorship of the stage. 

Theatrical Chronicle, and dramatic review; with notes of London life. 
[Weekly.] Vol. [i] (no. [i-]2o); 2 (i-io); 3 (9, 19-21, 23-25, 34, 
36); 5 (2-6, 9-13). London. 1841-48. 4 v. in 2. Portraits. **T.23.7 

Theatrical circulars. Vol. 1-5. [Boston. 1912.] 5 v. lUus. Portraits. 
Plates. Maps. Plans. Manuscript facsimiles. **T.i2.5 

Composed of theatrical circulars, prospectuses, etc. Each volume has an index. 

Theatrical correspondence in death. An epistle from Mrs. Oldfield, in 
the shades, to Mrs. Br. .ceg. . .rdle, upon earth: containing, a 
dialogue between the most eminent players in the shades, upon 
the late stage desertion. London: Printed for Jacob Robinson. 
1743. (I), 24 pp. **T.57.346 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 5 in **G.3823.4. 

Theatrical Critique. [Nov. 7, Dec. 10, 1829. Newcastle. 1829.] 4, 4 pp. 
Relates to the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, England. **T.26.47 

Theatrical disquisitions: or a review of the late riot at Drury Lane 
Theatre on the 25th and 26th of January. And, a short appendix, 
relative to the disturbance at Covent-Garden Theatre, the 24th 
of February. By a lady. London: Printed for G. Burnet. 1763- 
iv, 36 pp. **T.75.63 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 9 in **G.3823.i6. 

Theatrical entertainments consistent with society, morality, and religion. 
[Anon.] See Flitcroft, Henry. 

Theatrical examiner, The: an enquiry into the merits and demerits of 
the present English performers in general. London: Printed for 
J. Doughty. 1 757. (i), 98 pp. **T.96.8i 

Relates to the London theatres and to the art of acting. Another copy is on 
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Theatrical Examiner, The, for Sheffield. [Weekly.] Vol. i. Oct. 28, 1824- 

Jan. 24, 1825. Sheffield. Howlden. 1825. 16, 80 pp. **T.27.24 

Same, Vol. i, no. 7. Nov. 18, 1824. No. 3a in **G.3937.32 

Theatrical Examiner, The: or, critical remarks on the daily performances, 
with the bills of the play. Vol. 6 (no. 294); 7 (3, 17, 22, 56, 131, 156, 
187); 8 (70, 128, 172). [London.] 1828-30. 11 nos. in i v. **T.26.ii 

Theatrical Guardian, The. Mar. 5 -Apr. 9, 1791. No. 1-6. (To be 
continued weekly.) London: Printed for the author: and sold 
by E. and T. Williams. 1791. 6 nos. in i v. **T.24,7 

No more was published. 

Theatrical guide, The, route and date book. Johnson, W. B., compiler. 

4458.37 
Theatrical illustrations. 

See also Theatre. Scenery. 

Album de I'opera. Principales scenes des meilleurs ouvrages repre- 

sentes sur la scene de I'Academie royale de niusique. Paris. 

[184-?] Portraits. Plates. **M.i2i.i9; etc. 

Brereton, a. Shakespearean scenes and characters: with descriptive 

notes on the plays, and the principal Shakespearean players, from 

Betterton to Irving. London. 1886. Portrait. Plates. **G.6i.7 
Cumberland's Theatrical illustrations. London. [1831.] Portrait. 

(204) plates. **T.49.5 

Junker, H. Scenen aus Shakespeare's Dramen. [London? 187-?] 

12 plates. No. 2 in **G.3952.28 

Literary and graphical illustrations of Shakspeare, and the British 

drama. London. 1831. Illus. Plate. *6595.62;etc. 
Same. Dramatic souvenir, The. Literary and graphical illus- 
trations of Shakespeare and other English dramatists. London. 

1833. Illus. Plates. **T.47.42; etc. 

Moreau, J. M. [Engravings made from drawings by Moreau to 

illustrate Voltaire's plays in the CEuvres completes, edited by P. 

A. Caron de Beaumarchais and others.] 1914. 29 plates. **T.42.6 
Tallis's Shakspere gallery of engravings. London. [185-?] Por- 
traits. Plate. **G.3952.ii; etc. 
Twelfth night characters, from Shakespeare, designed and drawn 

on stone by J. S. Alpenny, intended as a first series of characters 

from the plays of Shakespeare. [London. 187-?] 24 plates. 

**G.3952.28 
Theatrical Inquisitor, The. [Monthly.] April, 1818. London. Chappie. 

18 18. 225-304 pp. **T.26.54 

Same. Jan. -June, 1820. **K.34.io 

Theatrical Inquisitor, The, and monthly mirror. Vol. 1-4. [Sept. 1812- 

June, 1814.] London. Sherwood, Neely, & Jones [& Chappie]. 

1812-14. 4 V. Portraits. **T.26.36 

Theatrical Inquisitor, The; or, an enquiry into what two worthy 

managers have promised, and what performed. Manchester. 

Dean & Co. 1804. 28 pp. **T.77.i2 

A criticism of the company of the Theatre Royal, Manchester. 

Theatrical jester. The: or green-room witticisms. Being a collection 
of entertaining and original anecdotes, bon mots, repartees, &c., 
relating to the stage. London: Printed by J. Hammond. [1795.] 
32 pp. **T.58.i8 

Theatrical John Bull, The. [Weekly. Vol. i. May 29 -Oct. 16, 1824. 
Birmingham.] Cooper. 1825. 176, (2) pp. **T.28.4 

Criticisms of performances at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, England. Pp. 
161-164 of no. 20 are missing. Duplicates of pp. 156-160 are substituted. 



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Theatrical Journal, The. [Weekly.] Vol. 3 (no. 107, 116, 117); 4 (171- 
192, 195-204, 206-211); s (212-220, 222-232, 246-253, 256-259, 261- 
263); 20-28. [London. 1842-67.] 12 v. in 5. **T.25.i6 

Theatrical Journal. Works about. 

Watkins, B. W. Outlines of the life of William Bestow, editor 
and proprietor of the "Theatrical Journal." With occasional 
reference to contemporary theatrical events and personages. 
London. 1864. Portrait. **T.58.28 

Theatrical list. Lowndes, W. **T.65.2o 

Theatrical Looker-On, The. [Weekly.] Vol. i (no. 2-25) ; 2. Birming- 
ham. Drake. 1822, 23. 2 v. Plate. **T. 28.13 
Criticisms of performances at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham. 

Same. Vol. i (no. 6, 9, 10, 16, 18, 19); 2 (3, 9-12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 24). 

No. 7 in **G.382i.24 

Theatrical management in the West and South for thirty years. Smith, 
S. F. 4395-187; **T.55.39 

Theatrical Mince Pie, The, entirely original. Vol. i (no. 1-8). Jan. i- 
Feb. 19, 1825. By Somebody, Gent, [pseud.]. London. 1825. 
72 pp. **T.28.3 

Theatrical Mirror, The; or, daily bills of the performances. Vol. i (no. 
1-36). Oct. I - Nov. 10, 1827. [London. 1827.] 36 nos. in i v. 
Illus. Portraits. **T.26.57 

Theatrical miscellanies. Brown, A. K., compiler. **T.i4.g 

Theatrical Mission, London. 

"Stars," a year's work in the Theatrical Mission, with list of con- 
tributors, 1891-1892. London. [1892.] Plates. *7578.ii5 

Theatrical monopoly: being an address to the public on the present 
alarming coalition of the managers of the winter theatres. Lon- 
don. Printed for Fielding and Walker. 1779. (3), viii, 32 pp. 
Portrait. No. 4 in **G.3824.i4 

On Sheridan and Harris, the managers respectively of the Drury Lane and 
Covent Garden theatres. Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 9 in **G.3823.i3; 
No. 7 in ''*G. 3823. 15: No. I in **G.3823.i7. 

Theatrical Observer, The. [Daily.] Vol. 1-4. Dublin. Nolan. 1821. 

4 v. **T.28.i4 

Theatrical Observer, The: and daily bills of the play. Nov. 3, 1821- 

June 30, 1876. [London.] Thomas. 1821-76. 53 v. **T.26.2 

The set is very incomplete. A list of the numbers included in it is prefixed to 
the first: volume. There are numerous errors in dating and numbering the issues. 

Theatrical pocket-book, A. Wewitzer, R. **T.98.i33 

Theatrical portraits. London. Lawrence & Bullen. [190-?] 8 por- 
traits in portfolio, 15 X n inches. **T.Cab.i.22 

Contents. — Churchill. — Garrick as Hamlet. — Garrick as Kitely. — Spranger 
Barry as Macbeth. — Mrs. Clive as a shepherdess. — Mrs. Pritchard. — Quin. 

— Mrs. Yates. 

Theatrical portraits. [Verses. London. 1795?] 40 pp. **T.93.5 

Theatrical portraits. Van Dyk, H. S. **T.58.55 

Theatrical Programme, The, and Entr'acte. [Weekly.] No. 1-8. June 

4 -July 23, 1849. [London.] 1849. **T.26.24 

Theatrical Recorder, The: by Thomas Holcroft. Vol. i, 2. London. 

Symonds. 1805, 06. 2 v. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.5i 

There is a supplement to vol. 2. 

Theatrical records. [Anon.] See Dodsley, Robert. 

Theatrical register. The: or, a complete list of every performance at the 
different theatres, for the year 1769. Illustrated with critical 
observations. [London. 1770.] 3-74 pp. **T.77.25 



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Theatrical remembrancer. 

Egerton, T. Egerton's Theatrical remembrancer. London. 17S8. 

**T.68.4 
OuLTON, W. C. Barker's Complete list of plays, exhibiting at one 
view the title, size, date, and author, from the commencement 
of theatrical performances, to 1803. [Corrections to and con- 
tinuation of Egerton's Theatrical remembrancer.] London. 
[1804.] **T.67.6;etc. 

Theatrical Repertory, The; or, weekly Rosciad. No. 1-26. Sept. 19, 
i8oi-Mar. 29, 1802. [London.] 1801, 02. 412 pp. **T.26.66 

Theatrical Review, The. Jan.-Mar. 1807. [Monthly. London.] 1807. 
163 pp. **T.26.33 

Theatrical Review, The: for the year 1757, and beginning of 1758. Con- 
taining critical remarks on the principal performers of both the 
theatres. With observations on the dramatic pieces performed 
at either house. Added, a scale of the comparative merit of the 
above performers. London: Printed for J. Coote. 1758. (i), v, 
88 pp. **T.96.85 

Relates to Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres. Other copies are on shelf- 
numbers *6s7o.2i; No. 2 in **G.3824.i7. 
Theatrical Review, The; or, annals of the drama. Volume I (no. i). 
London: P-inted for Mess. Wilson and Fell. 1763. d), 44 PP- 

No. 7 in **G.3823.i3 

Contains criticisms of the plays and performers at the Theatres Royal in London. 
Not to be confused with other publications of nearly the same name. 

Theatrical review. The. Potter, J. **T.48.22 

Theatrical Rod, The! A weekly journal of the stage, literature, and 

general amusement. No. 1-3. [London. 1831.] 24 pp. **T.26.59 

There is no title-page. 

Theatrical scene-painter, pseud. See Erie, Thomas William. 
Theatrical sketches. Margaret, pseud. 43493.244; **T.58.i 11 

Theatrical speaker. The; or an elucidation of the whole science of acting: 

containing rules for exhibiting the dramatic passions. London. 

Smeeton. 1807. (3), 233, (i) PP- Plate. **T.77.ioo 

Theatrical Tattler, The. Vol. i, no. 3- May i, 1830. Birmingham. 

[Drake.] 1830. 17-24 PP- . No. 4in **G.3942.i5 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 3 in **G.382i.24. 

Theatrical taxation. Theatricus, pseud. **T.76.47 

Theatrical Times, The. A weekly magazine of Provincial, Continental, 
American, Metropolitan theatricals. Vol. 1-3. June 13, 1846- 
Dec so, 1848. London. Grieves. 1847, 48. 3 v. Portraits. 

**T.25.6 
Theatrical topics. Brown, A. A., compiler. **T.i4.i 

Theatrical trip. A, for a wager! Rhys, C. H. **T.56.20 

Theatrical 'world,' The, of 1893-97- Archer, W. - **T.27.33 

Theatricus, pseud. 

Theatrical taxation; which embraces reflections on the state of 
property in the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden, and the engage- 
ment of Madame Catalani: also, an analysis of the grounds upon 
which the proprietors have been induced to raise the prices of 
admission. London: Printed, by J. Dean for G. Hughes. [1809.] 
(I), 22 pp. **T.76.47 

Relates to the O. P. Riots, 1809. 

Theatrum redivivum, or the theatre vindicated. Baker, Sir R. 

**G.382i.i2 
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Theinert-Mickley, Ernst. 

Die Schauspiel-Kunst, ein Kapitel der Seelenkuudc. Briefe an cine 
Dame. Miinchen. Lindaucr. 1&S9. (5), 50 pp. **T.96.354 

"Their Majesties' servants." Doran, J. 4572.97; etc. 

Thelmier, Jules Adrien. 

Histoire du Theatre Montparnasse. 1819-1886. Paris. Fleury. 1886. 

32 pp. Plan. **T.98.i8 

Theorie de I'art du comedien. Bernier, F. **T.76,i59; etc. 

Theory, The, of the theatre. Hamilton, C. M. 2256.62 

Theresa, Emma Valadon, called Mademoiselle Theresa. 

MoNNiER, V. Theresa et ses memoires. Paris. 1865. Portrait. 

**T.97.274 
Morel, H. Nouveaux memoires de Theresa. Paris. 1868. Portrait. 

**T.57.i6 
Thespiad, The. London. Stockdale. 1809. 50 pp. **T.96.3i9 

Criticisms in verse of English actors. 

Thespian, The. Vol. i (no. 3, iS, 60). Aug. 3, i5, Oct. 11, 1821. [Liver- 
pool.] 1821. 3 nos. **T.98.55 

Criticisms of performances at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool. 

Thespian, The. Vol. i (no. 2). Jan. 13. 1823. Bristol. 1823. 5-8 Pp. 

**T.26.45 
Thespian, The, and dramatic record, a journal especially designed to 

promote the interests of the British stage. [Weekly.] No. 1-15. 

Apr. 29-Aug. 5, 1857. [London. 1857.I 120 pp. Portraits. **T.24.i4 
Thespian critique. The, or theatrical censor. Pit, Patrick, pseud. 

**T.76.24 
Thespian dictionary, The; or, dramatic biography of the eighteenth 

century, forming a concise history of the English stage. London. 

Hurst. 1802. (275) pp. Portraits. **T.58.i25 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.382i.29. 
Same. 2d edition, with additions. [London.] Cundee. 1805. (382) 

pp. **T.57.253 

Thespian Magazine, The, and literary repository. [Monthly.] Vol. 

1-3. June 1792 -Sept. 1794. London. Printed and sold by Tho^ 

Wilkins. 1793. 94. 3 v. Portraits. Plates. **T.26.35 

Another copy, from which the portraits and some of the plates are missing, is 
on shelf-number **K.34.22. 

Thespian Monitor, The, and dramatick miscellany. Vol. i (no. 1-4). 
Nov. 25 -Dec. 16, 1809. By Barnaby Bangbar [pseud.]. Phila- 
delphia. Carey. 1809. (i), 72 pp. **T.28.i8 

Thespian oracle. The; or, a new^ key to theatrical amusements. Con- 
taining the new prologues and epilogues, and an introduction on 
oratory and acting. London. Printed and sold by J. Barker. 
1791. Ill pp. No. 2 in **G.382i.5 

Thespian Oracle, or monthly mirror, consisting of original pieces and 
selections from performances of merit, relating chiefly to the 
most admired dramatic compositions, and interspersed with 
theatrical anecdotes. Vol. i (no. i). [Jan. 1798.] Philadelphia: 
Printed for T. B. Freeman. 1798. viii, (4), 24 pp. Portrait. 
No more was published. **T. 26.62 

Thespian papers. The. Lynn, N. **T.97.264 

Thespian preceptor, The; or, a full display of the scenic art: including 
ample and easy instructions for treading the stage, using proper 
action, modulating the voice, and expressing the dramatic passions: 
illustrated by examples from dramatists. Boston. Bliss. 1810. 
iv. 7-158 pp. **T.78.53 

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Thespian Sentinel, The; or, theatrical vade-mecum. [Daily.] Vol. i, 
2, 3 (no. 1-40). Sept. 26, 1825 - Mar. 3, 1826. London. AUman. 
1825, 26. 3 V. in I. **T.27.9 

Thespis. Kelly, H. **T.54.26; etc. 

Thespis on tryal. Geier, J. **T.96.32o; etc. 

Thespis to Apollo. MacHumbug, L., Esq., pseud. No. 28 in **G.3822.3 
Thew, William. 

Poems on various subjects, chiefly theatrical. Prefixed, a life of 
the author. London. The Author. 1825. (15), 112 pp. Portrait. 

**T.96.369 
Thibault, Jacques Anatole (Anatole France), prefacer. 

Fuller, L. Fifteen years of a dancer's life. With some account of her 
distinguished friends. Boston. 1913. Portraits. Plates. 40493.363 
Thierry, fidouard. 

Charles Varlet de La Grange et son registre. Paris. Claye. 1876. 

(3)> 143, (I) pp. **T.55.8 

La Comedie frangaise pendant les deux sieges (1870-1871). Journal 

de I'administrateur general. Paris. Tresse & Stock. 1887. viii, 

532 pp. 4694.50; **T.76.i 72 

De I'influence du theatre sur la classe ouvriere. Lectures faites le 

22 et le 29 juin 1862 aux conferences de I'Association polytechnique. 

Paris. Panckoucke & c'e. 1862. 90 pp. **T.77.i69 

Thierry, fidouard, editor. 

Paris. Theatres. Comedie fran^aise. Documents sur Le malade 
imaginaire. Estat de la recette et despence faite par ordre de 
la compagnie. Paris. 1880. **T.55.i8 

Thiers, Louis Adolphe, prefacer. 

Bellamy, G. A. Memoires. Paris. 1822. 2 v. **T.56.2; etc. 

Thiers, Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe. See Thiers, Louis Adolphe. 
Thimig, Hugo, prefacer. 

Rub, O., compiler. Das Burgtheater: statistischer Riickblick auf die 
Tatigkeit und die Personalverhaltnisse wahrend der Zeit vom 8. 
April 1776 bis i. Januar 1913. Wien. 1913. 6252.117 

ScHOENE, H. Aus den Lehr- und Flegeljahren eines alten Schau- 
spielers. Mit einem biographischen Vorwort von Hugo Thimig. 
Leipzig. [1903.] Portraits. No. i in 4896.50.453 

Things I have seen and people I have known. Sala, G. A. H. 

4545-143; **T.57-242 
Thirlwall, Thomas. 

Royalty Theatre. A solemn protest against the revival of scenic 
exhibitions and interludes at the Royalty Theatre. London: 
Printed by T. Plummer and sold by Barnfield. 1803. 14 pp. 

No. I in **G.3824.9 

Same. 2d edition. Containing remarks on Pizarro, The stranger, 

and John Bull; with a postscript. **T.76.92 

Same. 3d edition, enlarge;d. Prefixed, a review of the conduct of 

the stage in general, and the expediency and lawfulness of 

dramatic entertainments. 1805. 29, (i) pp. **T.96.36o 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 9 in **G. 3824.4. 

Thirlwall, Thomas. Works about. 

Percival, J. Society for the Suppression of Vice. A few observa- 
tions in defence of the scenic exhibitions at the Royalty Theatre, 
and on the intolerant censure of the drama in general; contained 
in the "Solemn protest" of the Rev. Tho. Thirlwall, in the 
name of the Society for the Suppression of Vice. London. 1804. 

**T.76.6i;etc. 
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Thirty years at the play and dramatic table talk. Scott, C. W. **T.98.ii2 
Thirty-five years of a dramatic author's life. Ball, E. **T.57.48; etc. 
Thoinan, Ern, pseud. See Roquet, Antoine Ernest. 
Thomas, Augustus, prefaccr. 

Howard, B. The autobiography of a play. New York. 1914. 

**T.46.6o.2 

Thomas, Emil. 

40 Jahre Schauspieler. Erinnerungen aus meinem Leben. Berlm. 
Duncker 1895. 2 v. in i. Portrait. Autograph facsimiles. 

**T.57.2i7 
Thomas, Ernest, editor. 

Independance musicale et dramatique. Annee i, 2 (no. 19). Pans. 
1887, 88. 2 V. in I. **M.i35.i4 

Thomas, George Clifford. 

The Passion Play of 1871. [Philadelphia. 1871.] 26 pp. 2861.77 
Thomas, Rev. W. 

Curtis, J. S. A short reply to a tract by the Rev. W. Thomas, 

entitled "The theatre." [Leeds. 188-?] **T.77.204 

Thomas Tvcker, A true and faithful! relation of the risinge and fall of. 

See Higgs, Griffin. An account of the Christmas prince, in the 

year 1609. 

Thomason, Denny R. 

Fashionable amusements; with a review of Rev. Dr. Bellows' lecture 
on the theatre. New York. Dodd. 1857. 230 pp. 

In opposition to amusements. 558ga.248; **T.97,II3 

Thompson, Alfred, editor. 

Mask, The: a humorous and fantastic review of the month. Edited 
by Alfred Thompson and Leopold Lewis. Vol. i. Feb.-Dec, 
1868. London. 1868. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.24.5 

Thompson, Denman. 

Brady, J. J. Life of Denman Thompson (Joshua Whitcomb). New 
York. [1888.] Portrait. **T.57.372 

Thompson, Elbert Nevius Sebring. 

The controversy between the Puritans and the stage. A thesis, Yale 
University. New York. Holt & Co. T903. 275 pp. [Yale studies 
in English.] 4583.148 

Bibliography, pp. 267-272. 

Thompson, Joseph Parrish. 

Theatrical amusements. A discourse on the character and influence 
of the theater. New York. Baker & Scribner. 1847. 40 pp. 

**T.76.i26 

Against the theatre. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 18 in '74603. 52. 

Thomson, Dr. . 

Callender, E. R. Dr. Thomson on the stage. A reply. Manchester. 
[187-?] **T.77.72 

Thomson, Charles. 

The Brunswick: a poem. [Anon.] 2d edition. London. Marsh. 
1829. (i), 108 pp. **T.76.28 

Relates to the destruction of the Royal Brunswick Theatre. 
Thomson, Christopher. 

The autobiography of an artisan. London. Chapman. 1847. xii, 
408 pp. **T.57.28i 

Contains a chapter on the theatres of rural England. 

Thomson, James. 

A brief narrative of the opening, and sudden destruction of the Royal 
Brunswick Theatre, in a letter from Percy Farren, stage-manager. 

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Thomson, James. (Continued.) 

Subjoined, the new musical farce of An uncle too many; by James 
Thomson. Never performed but on the only two evenings the 
Brunswick Theatre was open. London. Wilson. 1828. 56 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.96.3o. **T.96.202 

Thomber, Harry. 

Catalogue of engravings of theatrical scenes and portraits. Lent and 
arranged by Harry Thornber. London. The Bedford Press. 
ri888] 17, (i) pp. Portraits. [The Arts Club, Manchester.] 

**T.6s.i5 
Thorndike, Ashley Horace. 

Shakespeare's theater. New York. The Macmillan Co. 1916. xiv, 
(i), 472 pp. lUus. Portraits. Plates. Plans. Diagrams. 6595.30 

Bibliography, pp. 445-460. .\nother copy is on shelf-number **G.73.35. 

Thome, Charles Robert. 

Memoirs. By himself. Old times — theatres and professionals. 
Also, interview with Charles R. Thorne by G. O. Seilhamer. 1881. 
N. p. N. d. Unpaged. Portrait. **T.i3.7 

Composed principally of clippings from the Dramatic Times. Seilhamer's article 
is in pamphlet form. 

Thornell, J. Higden. 

The bill of the play. An illustrated record of the chief dramas, plays, 
operas bouffe, etc., produced or revived during 1881. Illustrations 
by Hal Ludlow. London. "Pictorial World" office. [1881.] 
7-1 16 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.46.54 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.96. 163. 

Thornton, Bonnell (Madame Roxana Termagant), editor. 

Have at you all: or, the Drury-Lane Journal. [No. i. Jan. 16, 1752.] 
Addressed to Sir Alexander Drawcansir [pseud, of Henry Field- 
ing], author of the Covent-Garden Journal. Continued every 
Thursday. London, Printed: and sold at the Publick Register 
Office. 1752. 24 pp. **T.26.25 

Thornton, Bonnell. Works about. 

Lloyd, R. The actor. [Poem.] Addressed to Bonnell Thornton, 
Esq. London. 1764. No. 7 in **G.3820.ii 

Thought-reader's thoughts, A. Cumberland, S. C. F. 3586.53; **T.97.35 

Thought-reading. See Mind-reading. 

Thoughts and after-thoughts. Tree, Sir H. B. 4579-243 

Thoughts on the entertainments of the stage. 2d edition. Leeds: 
Printed for J. Binns. 1786. 24 pp. No. 4 in **G.382i.23 

In opposition to the theatre. 

Thoughts on the late disturbance at the Theatre-Royal, Newcastle. 
Newcastle: Printed by M. Brown. 1789. 19 PP- **T.76.i2i 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. i in **G.3824.3. 

Thoughts upon the present condition of the stage. [Anon.] See 
Howard, Frederick, 3th Earl of Carlisle. 

Three original letters to a friqnd in the country, on the cause and manner 
of the late riot at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By an old 
man of the town. London: Printed for T. Becket. 1763- (i), 
39 pp. **T.97.325 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 6 in **G.3823.i3 ; No. 8 m **G.3823.i6. 

Three unities. The. See Unities. Dramatic. 

Threepland, Moncrieff. (Timothy Plain.) 

Letters respecting the performances at the Theatre Royal, Edin- 
burgh, originally addressed to the editor of The Scots Chronicle, 
under the signature of Timothy Plain [pseud.], and published in 

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Threepland, Moncrieff. (Timothy Plain.) (Continued.) 

that paper during 1797-1800. Edinburgh, Printed for G. Gray by 
W. Bell, Glasgow. 1800. 284 pp. **T.48.27 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 382 1.27. 

Thrilling personal experience, A! Brooklyn's horror. Wholesale holo- 
caust at the Brooklyn, New York, Theatre, on the night of De- 
cember Sth, 1876. Origin, progress and devastation of the fire. 
Philadelphia. Barclay & Co. [1877.] 62 pp. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.75.8i 

Through the stage-door. A complete hand-book of the theatre. Con- 
taining descriptions of all features connected with the stage of a 
modern playhouse, information of practical value to every lady 
or gentleman desirous of adopting the stage as a profession. With 
advice upon this subject by Joseph Jefferson. Added, a list of 
the largest theatres in the United States. By a stage-door keeper 
[pseud.]. 1st edition. [Boston. 1896.] 30, (6) pp. Illus. Por- 
trait. Plates. **T.95.46 
Relates principally to Boston theatres. 

Thumb, Tom, pseud. See Stratton, Charles Sherwood. 

Thumer, Auguste. 

Les reines du chant. Paris. Hennuyer. 1883. (5), 335, (0 PP- 

Portraits. 4047.81; **M.i27.i7 

Les transformations de I'Opera-comique. Paris. Castel. 1865. (3), 

288 pp. **M.i29.i8 

Ticket brokerage. See Theatre tickets. 

Ticket speculation. See Theatre tickets. 

Ticknor, Howard Malcom. 

The passing of the Boston Museum. Boston. 1903. 379-396 pp. 
Portraits. Plates. Autograph facsimile. No. 3 in **T.54.33 

Cut from The New England Magazine of June, 1903 [Per.Room*5322.5S.28]. 

Tieck, Johann Ludwig. 

Dramaturgische Blatter. Nebst einem Anhange nach ungedruckter 
Aufsatze iiber das deutsche Theater und Berichten iiber die 
englische Biihne geschrieben auf einer Reise im Jahre 1817. 
Breslau. Max & Co. 1826-1852. 3 v. _ 2908.3 

Contains criticisms of Shakespeare and remarks upon productions of his plays. 

Tietz, F., editor. 

Block, E. Eduard Bloch's Album der Buhnen-Costiime. Mit 
erlauterndem Texte von F. Tietz. Firma. [1859.] 2 v. 48 
colored plates. *6252.9 

Tiffany Studios, New York. 

Mosaic curtain for the National Theatre of Mexico. [New York. 
1911?] (11) pp. Plates. 4099-176 

Timbs, John, editor. 

Harlequin, The. A journal of the drama. [Weekly.] No. 1-9. 
May 16 -July II, 1829. London. 1829. Illus. Portrait. **T.26.i8 
Timely art, A. Curtis, E. W. 4009a.287 

Timothy, psetid. 

The first play of the season. [Charles Mayne Young in Hamlet. 
Edinburgh. 1828.] 557-56o pp. No. 16 in **G.3037.ii 

Cut from Blackwood's Magazine, November, 1828 [Per. Room *3i40.i. 1828]. 

Tisserant, Jean Hippolyte. 

Plaidoyer pour ma niaison. Avec une post-face de Jules Janin. 
Paris. Librairie du Petit Journal. 1866. (7), 166, (i) pp. 

On actors and acting. No. 4 in **M.I38.I5 

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Tissot, Pierre Frangois. 

Souvenirs historiques sur la vie et la mort de F. Talma. Paris. 
Baudouin. 1826. 77 pp. Portrait. No. 5 in **M.i25.7 

To David Garrick, Esq.; the petition of I. [Anon.] See Hill, Sir John. 
Tobin, John. 

Benger, E. O. Memoirs of Mr. John Tobin. With a selection from 
his unpublished writings. London. 1820. 2542.21; **T.57. 10; etc. 
Tobler, Clara. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Inchbald, eine vergessene englische Biihnendichterin 
und Romanschriftstellerin des 18. Jahrhunderts. Berlin. Mayer 
& Muller. 1910. (5), 119 pp. 2552.198 

Literaturverzeichnts, pp. 1 14-119. 

Toby Tyler; or, ten weeks with a circus. Kaler, J. O. **T.88.i5 

Tocci the wonderful two-headed boy! (Giovanni and Giacomo.) The 

greatest human phenomenon ever seen alive! Boston. Lihbie. 

[189-?] (3) pp. Illus. **T.94.29 

Toche, Raoul, editor. 

Premieres, Les, illustrees. Notes et croquis. Saison theatrale 

1881/82-83/84, 85/86-87/88. [Annee 1-3, 5-7-] Paris. [1882-88.] 

6 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.23.i4 

To-day in America. Hatton, J. 2363.65; **T.97.27 

Toedteberg, Augustus. 

A particularly interesting collection of English and American play- 
bills mainly formed by Augustus Toedteberg. For sale at auction 
by the Anderson Auction Company, March 19, 1907. New York. 
1907. 31 PP- [No. 528.] **T.65.36 

Tom K g's: or, the Paphian grove. With the various humours 

of Covent Garden, the theatre, the gaming-table, &c. A mock- 
heroic-poem. 2d edition. London: Printed for John Torbuck. 
1738. (4), 64 pp. Plates. **T.96.257 

Tom Thumb, pseud. See Stratton, Charles Sherwood. 
Tom Tiddler's ground. Marryat, F. 4364.83; **T.96.i6 

Tomkins, Simon, pseud. 

The adventures of a strolling player. An autobiography. Edited by 
Susarion [pseud.]. London. Griffin & Co. [1868.] viii, 311 pp. 

**T.58.i27 
Tomlins, Frederick Guest. 

The past and present state of dramatic art and literature; addressed 

to authors, actors, managers, and the admirers of the old English 

. drama. [Anon.] London. Mitchell. 1839. 32 pp. **T.46.47 

Same. 2d edition. **T.96.i89 

Remarks on the present state of the English drama. London. Lacy. 

1851. 15 pp. **T.99.6 

Relates principally to London theatres. 

Tomlins, Sir Thomas Edlyne. 

A new document regarding the authority of the Master of the Revels 
over play-makers, plays, and players, in 1581. (In Shakespeare 
Society, London. Papers. Vol. 3, pp. 1-6. London. 1847.) 

Another copy is on shelf-numher **G.3927.37.3. *4596.II.3 

Origin of the Curtain theatre and mistakes regarding it. (In Shake- 
speare Society, London. Papers. Vol. i, pp. 29-35. London. 1844.) 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G. 3927. 37.1. **4596.II.I 

The original patent for the Nursery of actors and actresses in the 
reign of Charles II. (In Shakespeare Society, London. Papers. 
Vol. 3, pp. 162-169.) *4596.ii.3 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3927.37.3. 

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Tomlins, Sir Thomas Edlyne. (Continued.) 

Three new privy seals, for players in the time of Shakespeare. (In 
Shakespeare Society, London. Papers. Vol. 4, pp. 41-49- Lon- 
don. 1849.) *4596.ii-4 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3927.37.4. 

Tompkins, Eugene, and John Quincy Kilby. 

The history of the Boston Theatre, 1854-1901. By Eugene Tompkins, 
manager from 1878 to 1901. Compiled with the assistance of 
Quincy Kilby, treasurer from 1886 to igoi. Boston. Houghton 
Mifflin Co. 1908. xvi, 551, (i) pp. IHus. Portraits. Plates. 
Plans. Facsimiles. 4045.170; **T.74.23 

Toner, Joseph Meredith. 

Notes on the burning of theatres and public halls. The antiquity of 
the drama and the introduction of theatres into America, with a 
chronological list of theatres and other public edifices burned. 
[Washington.] 1876. 22 pp. 8099.20 

Toole, John Laurence. 

Catalogue of an interesting collection of books and portraits relating 
to the drama from the library of the late J. L. Toole. Offered 
for sale by Myers & Co. London. [Bayswater Printing Company, 
Ltd.] 1906. 20 pp. [Catalogue no. 113.] **T.66.23 

Toole, John Laurence. Works about. 

Hatton, J. Reminiscences of J. L. Toole. Related by himself, and 
chronicled by Joseph Hatton. London. 1889. 2 v. Illus. Por- 
traits. 4545.104; **T.56.22i 

Touchard-Lafosse, G. 

Chroniques secretes et galantes de I'Opera. 1667-1844. Paris. 
Lachapelle. 1846. 4 v. in 2. **M.i43.i9 

Touch-stone, The. Ralph, J. **T.98.89 

Touchstone; or, the new era. [Weekly.] Vol. i, 2. [London. 1877, 
78.] 2 V. Plates. **T.2i.7 

Relates principally to the stage. 

Toulmin, Camilla Dufour. See Crosland, Camilla. 
Tournaments. 

Menestrier, C. F. Traite des tovrnois, iovstes, carrovsels, et avtres 

spectacles pvblics. A Lyon. i66g. **T.94.3 

Tournee dramatique, La. Monteil, E. **T.87.48 

Toumee, La, du pere Thomas. Giffard, P. L. **T.87.56 

Tourneux, Jean Maurice, prefacer. 

fipiNAY, L. F. P. DE T. d'E. de la L. d'. L'amitie de deux jolies 
femmes. Suivie de Un reve de Mademoiselle Clairon. Paris. 
T885. Plate. **T.98.39 

Tourneux, Maurice. See Tourneux, Jean Maurice. 

Touron, . 

L'art du comedien, vu dans ses principes. [Anon.] A Amsterdam, 
et a Paris, chez Cailleau. 1782. 139 pp. **T.79.5 

Tourret, Gaspard. 

Manuel du vaudevilliste. Maniere de faire une piece de theatre, de 
la faire recevoir, jouer, reussir et proner par les journaux. [Anon.] 
Nouvelle edition, annotee par Henri Desbordes [pseud, of 
Adolphe Amat]. Paris. La librairie theatrale. 1861. 126, (i) pp. 

Tous les genres du theatre. Descombes, J. C. F. M. **T.96.i72 

Toussaint, Adele, prefacer. 

Samson, J. T. Memoires. Paris. 1882. Portrait. 2649.126; **T.57.326 



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Toussaint-Samson, Ad. See Toussaint, Adele. 

Towards a new theatre. Craig, E. G. *8o6i.20o 

Townsend, George Henry. 

Evans's Music and Supper Rooms, Covent Garden. Odds and ends 
about Covent Garden and its vicinity, the ancient drama, the early 
English divinity and controversial plays, &c.; compiled from 
various sources by John Green. [London. 1866?] 60 pp. lUus. 

**T.95.92 
Although the title-pag-e attributes this work to John Green, it was actually 
written by Townsend. 

Tov/nsman, A, psetid. See Watson, James. 

Townsman, The. No. 1-24; (to be continued occasionally). Addressed 

to the inhabitants of Manchester, on theatricals. Manchester. 

Bancks. [1803-05.] i v. **T.26.65 

Criticisms of the Theatre Royal, Manchester, by James Watson. The earlier 
numbers were issued weekly. 

Same. No. 6, 7, 11, 14, 16, 17. [1804.] No. 5 in **G.3822.2 

Towse, John Ranken. 

Sixty years of the theater. An old critic's memories. New York. 

Funk & Wagnalls Co. 1916. xvi, 464 pp. Portraits. Plate. 

Chiefly about actors. 6257. 109 

Toynbee, William, editor. 

Macready, W. C. The diaries of William Charles Macready, 1833- 
1851. New York. 1912. 2 v. Portraits. 4574.174 

Toyon, Paul Mary de. 

La queue au theatre. Histoire lamentable. Paris. Librairie des 
auteurs dramatiques. 1867. 32 pp. **T.76.68 

Tragedian, The. Gould, T. R. 4509.11; **T.57.3i2 

Tragedy. 

Barnes, J. Tractatus de tragoedia veterum Graecorum, item de 

theatro, et scena, et illius apparatu, nee non de musica theatrica, 

deque versuum tragicorum legibus. (In Euripides. EiiQimSou 

"Ajtavta. Vol. i, pp. Ixxvii-civ. Glasguae. 1821.) 4975.20; etc. 

Grysar, C. J. tjber das Canticum und den Chor in der romischen 

Tragodie. (In Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna. 

Philosophisch-historische Classe. Sitzungsberichte. Band 15, pp. 

365-423. Wien. 1855.) *3340.3-i5 

Janin, J. G. Rachel et la tragedie. Paris. 1859. Portraits. **T.54.6 

Reflections upon theatrical expression in tragedy. With a proper 

introduction, and appendix. London. 1755. No. 2 in **G.3823.8 

RiccoBONi, L. Histoire du theatre italien depuis la decadence de la 

comedie latine; avec un catalogue des tragedies et comedies 

italiennes imprimees depuis I'an 1500, jusqu'a I'an 1660. Et une 

dissertation sur la tragedie moderne. [Paris. 1728.] Plates. 

**T.46.32 
Wagner, G. P. E. Die griechische Tragodie und das Theater zu 
Athen. Einleitung zum Vortrag der Antigone des Sophokles in 
der Gesellschaft Albina zu Dresden. Dresden. 1844. Plan. 

2960.13 
Tragedy queens of the Georgian era. Fyvie, J. 4545.183 

Tragic muse. The. James, H., Jr. **T.87.3i 

Training for the stage. Hornblow, A. 5597-250 

Traite de la comedie et des spectacles. [Anon.] See Conti, Armand de 

Bourbon, Prince de. 
Traite des tovrnois, iovstes, carrovsels, et avtres spectacles pvblics 
[Anon.] See Menestrier, Claude Frangois. 

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Travelling companies. 

Account, An, of the third and fourth theatrical tour made by Miss 

Foote in 1826 and 1827 to Liverpool, Bath, Edinburgh, &c. Lon- 
don. 1827. **T.56.i68 
Bandmann, D. E. An actor's tour; or, seventy thousand miles with 

Shakespeare. Boston. 1885. 6268.29; **T.57.99 

Bantock, G., and F. G. Aflalo. Round the world with "A Gaiety 

girl." London. 1896. Portraits. **T.57.i48 

Beale, T. W. The enterprising impresario. London. 1867. **M.i46.26 
Beauvallet, L. Rachel and the new world. A trip to the United 

States and Cuba. New York. 1856. 2369.57; **T.57.3ii; etc. 

Bleeker, S. Gen. Tom Thumb's three years' tour around the world, 

accompanied by his wife — Lavinia Warren Stratton, Commodore 

Nutt, Miss Minnie Warren, and party. New York. 1872. lUus. 

Plates. 6269.62; **T.97.295 

Du Val, C. With a show through southern Africa, and personal 

reminiscences of the Transvaal'War. London. 1882. 2 v. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. **T.56.222; etc. 

Glenroy, G. H. Ins and outs of circus life; or, forty-two years 

travel through United States, Canada, South America and Cuba. 

Boston. 1885. Portrait. **T.58.ii2 

Hatton, J. With a show in the North. Reminiscences of Mark 

Lemon. London. 1871. Portraits. 6549.6; **T.57.359 

Rhys, C. H. A theatrical trip for a wager! through Canada and the 

United States. London. 1861. Portrait. Plates, some colored. 

**T.56.20 
Van Hare, G. Fifty years of a showman's life; or the life and travels 

of Van Hare. London. 1888. 2262.49; **T.57.i32 

Travenol, Louis, and Jacques Bernard Durey de Noinville. 

Histoire du theatre de I'opera en France. Depuis I'etablissement de 

I'Academie royale de musique jusqu'a present. [Anon.] En deux 

parties. A Paris, chez Joseph Barbou. 1753- 2 v. in i. **M. 146.23 
Same. 2e edition. Chez Joseph Barbou [etc.]. 1753-58. 2 v. **T.77.2i8 
Travesties. See Parodies and burlesques. 
Treatise, A, on the passions, so far as they regard the stage. [Anon.] 

Sec Foote, Samuel. 
Tree, Beerbohm. See Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm. 
Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm. 

The imaginative faculty. A lecture delivered at the Royal Institution, 

May 26th, 1893. London. Mathews & Lane. 1893. (3). 48 Pp. 

Portrait. *5595.iio; **T.77.207 

Relates principally to acting. 
Some interesting fallacies of the modern stage. An address to the 

Playgoers' Club, 6th December, 1891. London. Heinemann. 1892. 

36 pp. **T.47.73 

Thoughts and after-thoughts. New York. Funk & Wagnalls Co. 

1913- (7), 315. (0 PP- Illus. Portrait. 4579.243 

Contents. — Our betters: a medley of considered indiscretions. — The living 
Shakespeare: a defence of modern taste. — Jim: the vindication of a misunder- 
stood microbe. — The imaginative faculty. — Hamlet from an actor's prompt 
book. — Some interesting fallacies of the modern stage. — The humanity of 
Shakespeare. — The tempest in a teacup. — King Henry VIII. — On closing 
the book that Shakespeare wrote. 

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Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm, prefacer. 

Who's who in the theatre. A biographical record of the con- 
temporary stage. Compiled and edited by John Parker. London. 
1914. Plans. Genealogical charts. *6252.77 

Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm. Works about. 

Cratss, Mrs. G. Herbert Beerbohm Tree. London. 1907. Portraits. 

Plate. 45493.197 

London. Theatres. His Majesty's theatre. King John souvenir. 

Shakespeare's historical drama, King John, produced at Her 

Majesty's theatre by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, on the 20th of 

September, 1899. [London. 1899.] 18 photographs. **G.70.23 

Scott, C. W. Some notable Hamlets of the present time. London. 

1900. Portraits. 45493.191 

Trelat, fimile. 

Le theatre et I'architecte. Paris. Morel & cie. i860. (6), 118, (i) 

pp. **T.76.5i 

Trente ans de theatre. Bernheim, A. J. **T.77.iio; etc. 

Trente-six situations dramatiques, Les. Polti, G. 6257.383 

Trentsensky, Matthias, editor. 

[Theater costumes. Herausgegeben von M. Trentsensky in Wien.] 
London. Joseph, Myers & Co. [185-?] 234 plates in 4 v. 

**T.Cab.i.2 

Contents. — Wilhelm Tell. — Gotz von Berlichingen. — Zriny. — Die Pantomine. 

— Das Conversations-Stuck. — Konig Ottokars Gluck und Ende. — Der 
FreyscMtz. — Ferdinand Cortez. — Coriolan. — Die Rauber. — Die Jungfrau 
von Orleans. — Konig Lear. — Othello. — Maria Stuart. — • Wallenstein. — 
Dom Sebastien. — Ein deutscher Krieger. — Griseldis. — Die Puritaner. — Vielka. 

— Hamlet Prinz von Danemark. — Fridolin. — Gervinus. — Laura. — Das 
Ballet. — Geistererscheinungen. — Der Verschwender. — Der Prophet. — Der 
letzte Zwanziger. — Turandot. — Der verlohrne Sohn. — Oberon. — Das Nacht- 
iager von Granada. — Konig Heinrich VIII. — Ein Wintermahrchen. — Der 
Nordstern. — Die Tochter des Regiments. — Czar und Zimmermann. — Lohengrin. 
Costumes used in representations of plays at the Princess Theatre, Vienna. 

Treteaux parisiens, Les. Leroy, L. 466ob.63;;**T.87.53 

Tribunal volatile, Le, ou nouveau jugement porte sur les acteurs. 

C****u. Ch. R. **T.79.i9 

Trip, A, to Parnassus; or, the judgment of Apollo on dramatic authors 

and performers. A poem. London: Printed by and for John 

Abraham. 1788. (i), iv, 26 pp. **T.93.6 

Relates to English drama. 

Tripier, Auguste filisabeth Philogene. 

Note sur la ventilation des theatres. Paris. Bailliere. 1859. (2), 
12 pp. Plans. **T.95.i40 

Trogoff, Christian de. 

Les actrices de Paris. Quatrains, par Eugene Hubert et Christian 

de Trogoff. Paris. Lachaud. 1872. 5-86, (i) pp. **T.57.427 

M. Emile Perrin, administrateur general de la Comedie-frangaise, 

membre du Conseil municipal de la ville de Paris. Paris. Lachaud. 

1873. 6 pp. [Nos contemporains.] **T.95.io8 

TroUope, Henry Merivale. 

The life of Moliere. New York. Button & Co. 1905. xviii, 578 pp. 
Portrait. 4643-79 

Troubadours. 

La Rue, G. de. Essais historiques sur les bardes, les jongleurs et 
les trouveres normands et anglo-normands. Caen. 1834. 3 v. 

**M. 136.15; etc. 
Troupe, Une, de comediens. Monselet, C. **T.87.58 

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Troupe, La, de Moliere. [Paris? i8— ?] 14S-160 pp. **T.56.i36 

Cut from some periodical or other work. 

Troupe, La, du roman comique devoilee. Chardon, E. H. **T.54.20 

True adventures, The, of a play. Shipman, L. E. 4409b.23i 

True and faithfull relation, A, of the risinge and fall of Thomas Tvcker. 

See Higgs, G. An account of The Christmas prince, as it was 

exhibited in the University of Oxford in the year 1607. 

True cause, The, of the watermen's suit concerning players. Taylor, J., 

the Water Poet. **T.76.i45; etc. 

Truinet, Charles Louis fitienne. (Charles Nuitter.) 

Le nouvel Opera. Paris. Hachette & cie. 1875. (6), 255 pp. Illus. 
Plate. Map. Plans. 2639.59; **M.i39.ii 

Truinet, Charles Louis fitienne, prefacer. 

Desrat, G. Dictionnaire de la danse, historique, theorique, pratique 

et bibliographique, depuis I'origine de la danse jusqu'a nos jours. 

Paris. 1895. **T.97.284 

GuiLLAUMOT, A., fils. Costumcs des ballets du roy. Archives de 

rOpera, xviiie siecle. Paris. 1885. 20 colored portraits. 

**T.92.7 

Truinet, Charles Louis fitienne, and Antoine Ernest de Roquet. (Er. 

Thoinan.) 

Les origines de I'opera frangais. Paris. Plon, Nourrit & cie. 1886. 

Ixxii, 340 pp. Map. Plans. 4043.62; **M.i 14.4 

Trumble, Alfred. 

Great artists of the American stage. A portrait gallery of the leading 

actors of America. With critical biographies. Part i. N. Y. 

Fox. 1882. 73 pp. Portraits. **T.55.5 

Truth, The, about the stage. Corin, pseud. **T.78.i9 

Tryal, The, of a cause for criminal conversation, between Theophilus 

Gibber, plaintiff, and William Sloper, defendant. London: Printed 

for T. Trott. 1739- 32 Pp. **T.57.i54; etc. 

Tryal, The, of Thespis. See Geifer, J. Thespis on tryal, or the moralitie 

of playes considered. 
Tryon, George Washington, Jr. 

Church and stage. [Philadelphia? 1880?] 12 pp. No. 15 in *754i-8 
In favor of the theatre. 
Tudor facsimile texts, The. 

A hand list to the Tudor facsimile texts. Old English plays, printed 

& MS. rarities. Exact collotype reproductions in folio & quarto. 

Under the general editorship of John S. Farmer. August, 1914- 

[London. 1914.] **Q.58.i50 

Tuffet, Salvador. 

Les mysteres des theatres de Paris. Observations! Indiscretions!! 
Revelations!!! Par un vieux comparse [pseud.]. Paris. Marchant. 
1844. 432 pp. Plates. **T.78.39 

Tully in the shades, pseud. See Foote, Samuel. 
Tulou, Francois. (F. de Donville.) 

Frederick-Lemaitre. Souvenirs, documents inedits & fac-simile d'une 
lettre du grand artiste. Extraits de la collection de Leon Sapin. 
Paris. Baur. 1876. 15 pp. Facsimile. No. 2 in **M.i25.7 

Tumblers. See Acrobats. 
Tune, The. [Anon.l See Hiffernan, Paul. 

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Dramatic traditions of the Dark Ages. Chicago. The University of 
Chicago Press. 1907. xviii, 350 pp. 6252.86 

Turkey, Theatres. 

Orta ojnu. Das tiirkische Volksschauspiel Orta ojnu. Gesammelt, 
mit Einleitung versehen, ins Deutsche iibertragen und mit lUus- 
trationen herausgegeben von Ignaz Kunos. Leipzig. 1908. Illus. 
Plates. Plan. Diagram. 6252.112 

Thalasso, a. Moliere en Turquie. fitude sur le theatre de Kara- 
gueuz. Paris. 1888. **T.56.58 

Turnbull, Robert, D.D. 

The theatre, in its influence upon literatrue, morals and religion. 
Hartford. Canfield & Robins. 1837. (i), 58 pp. 4397-49 

In opposition to the theatre. 

Same. 2d edition. Boston. Gould, Kendall & Lincoln. 1839. vi, 
9-1 10 pp. **T.78.6o 

Turnour, Jules. 

The autobiography of a clown. As told by Isaac F. Marcosson. 
New York. Moffat, Yard & Co. 1910. xii, (3), 102 pp. Portraits. 

2249.91 
Tuttle, A. C, and J. A. T. Bird, publishers. 

The diagram, containing plans of theatres and other places of amuse- 
ment in Boston. Revised and corrected. Boston. Harper & Co. 
1869. 76 pp. **T.78.85 

Tweedie, Mrs. Alec-. See Tweedie, Ethel Brilliana. 
Tweedie, Ethel Brilliana. 

Behind the footlights. London. Hutchinson & Co. 1904. xi, 356 

pp. Portraits. Plate. Autograph facsimiles. **T.76.6 

Same. New York. Dodd, Mead & Co. 2576.181 

The Oberammergau Passion Play, 1890. London. Kegan Paul, 

Trench, Triibner, & Co., Ltd. 1890. x, 121 pp. Illus. Plates. 

**T.47.74 

Twelfth night characters, from Shakespeare, designed and drawn on 

stone by J. S. Alpenny. [London.] Edlin. [187-?] **G.3952.28 

Twenty-four colored pictures on twelve cards, with an accompanying broadside, 
on which are printed quotations from each character drawn. 

Twentieth Century Club, Boston. 

The amusement situation in the City of Boston. Based on a study 

of the theatres for ten weeks from November 28, 1909, to February 

5, 1910. [Boston. 1910.] 35 pp. **T.77.62 

Twenty-five years on the stage. Gardiner, J. **T.57.348 

Two gentlemen of the Dublin University, pseud. 

Drama, The. A daily register of histrionic performances on the 

Dublin stage; and critical review of general dramatic literature. 

Vol. I (no. 1-42). Oct. 23 -Dec. 10, 1821. By two gentlemen of 

the Dublin University. Dublin. 1821. Portraits. **T.26.49 

Two papers: a theatrical critique, and an essay. [Anon.] See Poole, 

John. 
Two prima donnas. The. Sala, G. A. H. **M. 108.13 

Tyranny triumphant! and liberty lost. Fitz-Crambo, Patrick, Esq., pseud. 

**T.76.i52;etc. 
Tyrolt, Rudolf. 

Chronik des Wiener Stadttheaters 1872-1884. Ein Beitrag zur deut- 
schen Theatergeschichte. Wien. Konegen. 1889. (7), 280 pp. 

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Ueber Biihne und bildende Kunst. Krueger, M. 80693.161 

Uhde, August Friedrich Hermann Carl. 

Friedrich Ludwig Schroder in seinen Briefen an K. A. Bcittiger, 
1794-1816. (In Historisches Taschenbuch. Jahrgang 45, pp. 245- 
320. Leipzig. 1875.) *2309.i.45 

Relates in part to Schroder's connection with theatrical affairs in Hamburg. 

Uhde, August Friedrich Hermann Carl, editor. 

Schmidt, F. L. Denkwiirdigkeiten des Schauspielers, Schauspiel- 
dichters und Schauspicldirectors Friedrich Ludwig Schmidt (i??-^- 
1841). Hamburg. 1875. 2 v. **T.58.52 

Uhde, Hermann. See Uhde, August Friedrich Hermann Carl. 
Uhlich, Adam Gottfried. 

Heitmueller, F. F. t. Adam Gottfried Uhlich. 11. Hollandische 
Komodianten in Hamburg. (1740 und I74i-) Hamburg. 1894. 

6872,49 

Un de ses * * * , pseud. See Gaillet, Eugene, and Liebold. 

Under the Clock. A weekly iournal for playgoers. No. 1-40, 46, 49- 
Jan 30, 1884- Jan. 3, 1885. London. 1884,85. Portraits. **T.23.2 
Under graduate, An, pseud. 

Actors and editors, a poem; by an under graduate. London. Sher- 
wood, Neely & Jones. 1817. 44 PP- No. 10 in **G.3824.i3 

Relates to the actors at the Drury Lane Theatre. 

Ungern-Sternberg, Alexander, Frciherr von. See Ungern-Sternberg, 

Peter Alexander von. 
Ungern-Sternberg, Peter Alexander, Frciherr von. 

Iffland. {In his Kiinstlerbilder. Band 3, pp. 67-171. Leipzig. 1861.) 

6898.144.3 

Kiinstlerbilder. Band i: Gertrud Mara. Leipzig. Costenoble. 1861. 

251 pp. 6898.144.1 

Union Pilot, The, and co-operative, intelligencer. Vol. i (no. 2). Jan. 

21, 1832. [Manchester.] 1832. 13-24 pp. **T.26.48 

Contains criticisms of performances at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. 

United States. Theatres. 

See also Theatre. Management. 

Adams, W. D. A dictionary of the drama. A guide to the plays, 
playwrights, players, and playhouses of the United Kingdom 
and America from the earliest times to the present. Vol. i. 
Philadelphia. 1904. *6252.76 

Birch, J. F. Stage secrets and tricks of the trade. Being the con- 
fessions of an actor. [New York.] 1913. **T.77.2i6 

BiRKMiRE, W. H. The planning and construction of American 
theatres. New York. 1896. lUus. Plates. Plans. 8093.31 

Brown, A. A., compiler. Theatrical topics. [Clippings from news- 
papers and magazines, programmes, prospectuses, etc. With 
indexes. Boston. 1900-13.] 22 v. lUus. Portraits. Diagrams. 

**T.i4.i 

The Usher. 1900-09. [Clippings from The Usher column of 

the New York Dramatic Mirror. Boston. 1909.] **T.i4.7 

Burton, R. E. The new American drama. New York. [1913-] 

4395-207 

Caffin, C. Vaudeville. The book by Caroline Caffin. The pictures 
by Marius de Zayas. New York. 1914. Portraits. 6257.83 

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Cheney, S. The art theatre. A discussion of its ideals, its organiza- 
tion and its promise as a corrective for present evils in the com- 
mercial theatre. New York. 1917- Plates. Plans. 6257.144 

The new movement in the theatre. New York. 1914. Plates. 

6257.87 

Clapp, J. B., and E. F. Edgett. Plays of the present. New-York. 
1902. Portraits. **T.95.27; etc. 

Crawford, M. C. The romance of the American theatre. Boston. 
1913. Portraits. Plates. 4395.177; **T. 76.197 

Curtis, E. W. The dramatic instinct in education. With a fore- 
word by G. Stanley Hall. Boston. [1914.] 35993.61 

Daly, C. P. When was the drama introduced in America? An his- 
torical inquiry, anterior to Dunlap's History of the American 
theatre. Read before the New York Historical Society, Novem- 
ber 3d, 1863. New York. 1864. **T.75.72; etc. 

Same. First theatre in America. When was the drama first 

introduced in America. An inquiry. [With a supplement.] In- 
cluding a consideration of the objections that have been made 
to the stage. New-York. 1896. Portrait. **T.95.i4 

Daly, J. F. The life of Augustin Daly. New York. 1917. Por- 
traits. Plate. 6257.146 
Dickinson, T. H. The case of American drama. Boston. 1915. 6257.118 

The insurgent theatre. New York. 1917. 6257.143 

DuNLAP, W. A history of the American theatre. New-York. 1832. 

**T.55.io9; etc. 

Same. London. 1833. 2 v. in i. **T.76.2oo; etc. 

Elias, S. p. The law of theater tickets. San Francisco. 1905. 3663.96 
Eytinge, R. The memories of Rose Eytinge. Being recollections 

& observations of men, women, and events, during half a century. 
New York. 1905. 4343-255 

Ford, P. L. Washington and the theatre. New- York. 1899. **T.95.2i 
Fyles, F. The theatre and its people. New York. 1900. Portraits. 
Plates. 4343.218; **T.77.73 

Grau, R. The business man in the amusement world. A volume of 
progress in the field of the theatre. New York. [1910.] Por- 
traits. 4045.168 

Forty years observation of music and the drama. New York. 

1909. Portraits. 4045.172 

The stage in the twentieth century. New York. 1912. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plans. 4045.180 

Hamilton, C. M. Studies in stagecraft. New York. 1914. 2256.63 
Hapgood, N. The stage in America, 1897-1900. New York. 1901. 

4395.162; **T.47.39 
Hill, G. H. Scenes from the life of an actor. Compiled from [his] 

journals, letters and memoranda. New- York. 1853. Portraits. 

**T.57.i86 
HuTTON, L. Curiosities of the American stage. New York. 1891. 

Portraits. 4402.128; **T.76.83 

HuTTON, L., cddtor. Opening addresses. New-York. 1887. Colored 

plate. **T.95.3 

Irving, Sir H. Henry Irving's impressions of America. Narrated 

in a series of sketches, chronicles, and conversations by Joseph 

Hatton. Boston. 1884. 2367.37 

Same. London. 2 v. **T.57.i2 

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United States. Theatres. (Continued.) 

Jefferson, E. P. Intimate recollections of Joseph Jefferson. New 

York. 1909. Portraits. Plates. 4343-277 

Jefferson, J. The autobiography of Joseph Jefferson. New York. 

[1890.] Portraits. Plates. 4343.107; etc. 

Jennings, J. J. Theatrical and circus life; or, secrets of the stage, 

green-room and sawdust arena. St. Louis. 18S2. Illus. Portraits. 

Plates. **T.76.i48 

Lansing & Co., publishers. Lansing's Pictorial diagrams of the leading 

opera houses, theatres, etc., in the United States. Boston. 1880. 

Plans. **T.97.8o;etc. 

Leavitt, M. B. Fifty years in theatrical management. New York. 

[1912.] Illus. Portraits. Plate. **T.55.i6; etc. 

Leman, W. M. Memories of an old actor. San Francisco. 1886. 

Portrait. 4348.159; **T.57.43 

Logan, O. A talk about the green-room and its people. [New York. 

186-?] No. 14 in **G.3822.3 

Lucas, H. J. J. Curiosites dramatiques et litteraires. Paris. 1855. 

**T.47.24 

Ludlow, N. M. Dramatic life as I found it: a record of personal 

experience; with an account of the drama in the West and South, 

with anecdotes and biographical sketches of the principal actors 

in the Mississippi Valley. St. Louis. 1880. 2404.52; **T.56.ioi 

Mackay, C. D'A. The little theatre in the United States. New York. 

1917. Plates. 6257.147 

Mackaye, p. The civic theatre in relation to the redemption of 

leisure. A book of suggestions. New York. 1912. 6257.56 

The playhouse and the play, and other addresses concerning 

the theatre and democracy in America. New York. 1909. 

6257.55; **T.47.34 
Marryat. F. Tom Tiddler's ground. London. 1886. 

4364.83;**T.96.i6 
Masterson, K. The Matinee Girl. [Clippings from The Matinee 
Girl column of the New York Dramatic Mirror. Compiled by " 
Allen A. Brown. Boston. 1906, 12.] 2 v. Illus. Portrait. 

**T.i4.6 
Meltzer, C. H. a course of modern plays. With a brief history of 
what is popularly termed the Independent Theatre movement. 
N. p. [1900.] **T.78.66 

Morris, C. Life on the stage. My personal experiences and recol- 
lections. New York. 1901. Portrait. 4343-229; **T.57.39 
Moses, M. J. The American dramatist. Boston. 1911. Portraits. 

4395-181 ;**T.46.37 

Nathan, G. J. Mr. George Jean Nathan presents. New York. 1917. 

Plans. 4395,224 

Nirdlinger, C. F. Masques and mummers. Essays on the theatre of 

here and now. New York. 1899. 4395-152; **T.47.38 

Personal recollections of the stage by William B. Wood. [A 

review. Philadelphia? 1854.] No. 22 in **G.3930.i3.2 

Pollock, C. The footlights fore and aft. Boston. [1911.] 4395.202 

Prospero, pseud. An imaginary history of the American theatre from 

1890 to 1900. New York. 1890. **T.77.56 

Rede, L. T. The guide to the stage, containing instructions for 

obtaining theatrical engagements, with a list of Provincial 

theatres, and a clear elucidation of all the technicalities of the 



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histrionic art. With additional information, making it applicable 
to the American stage; also, a list of the American theatres. New 
York. 1864. **T.97.307 

Rhys, C. H. A theatrical trip for a wager! Through Canada and 
the United States. London. 1861. Portrait. Plates, some colored. 

**T.56.20 

RuHL, A. B. Second nights. People and ideas of the theatre to-day. 
New York 1914. 6257.112 

ScHUERMANN, J. J. Une tournee en Amerique. Paris. [1900.] 

**T.97.i7S 

Seilhamer, G. O. History of the American theatre. Philadelphia. 
1888^1. 3 V. **T,74.7;etc. 

Smith, S. F. Theatrical management in the West and South for 
thirty years. With anecdotical sketches. New York. 1868. 
Illus. Portrait. 4395-^87; **T,55.39 

Stoddart, J. H. Recollections of a player. New York. 1902. Por- 
traits. 4343.239; **T.56.246 

Stone, H. D. Personal recollections of the drama or theatrical 
reminiscences, embracing sketches of prominent actors. Albany, 
N. Y. 1873. Portraits. **T.56.i94 

Strang, L. C. Players and plays of the last quarter century. An 
historical summary of causes and a critical review of conditions 
as existing in the American theatre at the close of the nineteenth 
century. Boston. 1903. 2 v. Portraits. Plates. 4343.215; **T.77.i8 

Sturgis, G. F. The influence of the drama. New York. 1913. 6257.60 

Through the stage-door. A complete hand-book of the theatre. 
Containing descriptions of all features connected with the stage 
of a modern playhouse, information of practical value to every 
lady or gentleman desirous of adopting the stage as a profession. 
Added, a list of the largest theatres in the United States. [Bos- 
ton. 1896.] Illus. Portrait. Plates. **T.95.46 

VandeiNHOFf, G. Leaves from an actor's note-book; with remi- 
niscences and chit-chat of the green-room and the stage in 
England and America. New York. i860. 4398.135; **T.57.77; etc. 

Same. Dramatic reminiscences; or, actors and actresses in 

England and America. London, i860. **T.57.i4 

Wegelin, O. Micah Hawkins and The saw-mill. A sketch of the 
first successful American opera and its author. New York. 1917. 
Portrait. *4047.349 

Wemyss, F. C. Wemyss's Chronology of the American stage, from 
1752-1852. New- York. [1852.] **T.57.i77 

Winter. W. The wallet of time, containing personal, biographical, 
and critical reminiscence of the American theatre. New York. 
1913. 2 V. Portraits. Plates. 4395.220 

Wood, W. B. Personal recollections of the stage. Notices of actors, 
authors,' and auditors, during a period of forty years. Phila- 
delphia. 1855. Portrait. **T.57.235; etc. 
Unities. Dramatic. 

See also Drama. Construction. 

PiNKHAM, G. R. Studies of the drama. Issue I. The general 
characteristics and dramatic unities of the Greek plays. [Balti- 
more.] 1894. **T.46.49 

Rogivue, H. Appreciation de la theorie des trois unites. Disserta- 
tion inaugurale, Jena. Jena. 1872. 4672.73 



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Unities. Dramatic. (Continued.) 

Simpson, E. The dramatic unities in the present day. London. 

1874. 2576.63; **T.48.i2 

Universal musical and dramatic directory. The English edition of the 

Annuaire des artistes. English section giving all particulars of 

the music and dramatic trades and professions in Gt. Britain 

and Ireland. London. Bonnaire. 1913. 1068, xxx pp. Illus. 

Portraits. Plates. Plans. *404i.99 

University drama in the Tudor age. Boas, F. S. 4574.196 

University of California. Greek Theatre. 

A midsummer night's dream. A comedy by Shakespeare, with music 
by Mendelssohn. September i, 1906. [Cast of characters, etc. 
Berkeley. 1906.] 4474-307 

University of Cambridge. Plays and entertainments. 
See also Amateur Dramatic Club. 

Cooper, C. H. The actors in Dr. Legge's tragedy of Richardus 
Tertius, performed at St. John's College, at the bachelors com- 
mencement, 1579-1580. Read Nov. 29, 1858. (/« Cambridge Anti- 
quarian Society, England. Antiquarian communications. Vol. i, 
PP- 347-357- Cambridge. 1859.) *25o6,6.i 

Farren, R. The Birds of Aristophanes as performed by members 
of the University at the Theatre Royal, Cambridge, November, 
1883. [Cambridge. 1884.] (11) plates. **T.42.5 

The Eumenides of Aeschylus as performed by members of the 

University at the Theatre Royal, Cambridge, December, 1885. 
Cambridge. 1886. (6) plates. **T.42.4 

Iphigenia in Tauris of Euripides. Performed by members of 

the University at the Theatre Royal, Cambridge, November & 
December, 1894. Cambridge. [1895.] (7) plates. **T.4i.2 

The Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles as performed at Cam- 
bridge Nov. 22-26, 1887. Cambridge. 1887. (6) plates. **T.4i.3 

Pryor, F. R. The Oedipus Tyrannus [of Sophocles]. A record by 
L. Speed and F. R. Pryor of the performance [at the University of 
Cambridge] in November 1887. Cambridge. [1888.] Illus. Plate. 

**T.3i.6 
University of Chicago. Plays and entertainments. 

JoNSON, B. [The case is alterd.] At the Auditorium playe-house, 
Chicago, neare to the bank-side, Saturday evening, the seventeenth 
of Maye next, a right mery and wittie comedie intituled The case 
is alterd, publiquely acted by the students in the Universitie. [A 
synopsis of the play, with notes. Chicago.] 1902. Portraits. 
Plates. *6579.i23 

University of Oxford. Archives. 

James I at Oxford in 1605. {In Malone Society. Collections. Vol. i, 
part 3, pp. 247-259. [Oxford.] 1909-) **G.4077.i5.i.Part 3 

Relates to plays performed by members of the University before King James. 

Edited by F. S. Boas and W. W. Greg. 
University of Oxford. Plays and entertainments. 
See also Oxford University Dramatic Society. 
Adderley, Hon. J. G. The fight for the drama at Oxford. Some plain 

facts. With a preface by W. L. Courtney. Oxford. 1888. **T.98.29 
HiGGS, G. An account of The Christmas prince, as it was exhibited 

in the University of Oxford in the year 1607. Now first published 

from the original manuscript. {In Miscellanea antiqua Anglicana. 

London. 1816.) No. 3 in *45i2.i42 

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University of Oxford. Plays and entertainments. (Continued.) 

MacKinnon, A. The Oxford amateurs. A short history of theatri- 
cals at the University. With a foreword by the Hon. & Rev. 
James Adderley. London, igio. Portrait. Plates. 2497.183 

University of Oxford. Archives. James I at Oxford in 1605. {In 
Malonc Society. Collections. Vol. i, part 3, pp. 247-259. [Ox- 
ford.] 1909.) **G.4077.i5.i.Part3 
Unmasking, The, of Robert-Houdin. Houdini, H. 4006.219; **T.95.37i 
Urban Club, London. 

Jeremiah, J. Notes on Shakespeare, and memorials of the Urban 
Club, and an account of the boar's head feast and ceremonies 
formerly observed at St. John's Gate. (Subscriber's copy.) Lon- 
don. 1876. Illus. Portrait. Plate. **T.56.44; etc. 
Urlin, Ethel L. 

Dancing, ancient and modern. New York. Appleton & Co. 1912. 
xvi, 182, (i) pp. Portraits. Plates. 4049a.357 

Usefulness, The, of the stage to religion, and to government: shewing 
the advantages of the drama in all nations. With an account 
of the rise and progress of the play-houses that were put down. 
With reflections on the taste of the times. London: Printed for, 
and sold by Thomas Harper. 1738. (4), 51, (i) pp. Plate. 

**T.96.92 
Same. 2d edition. Printed for T. Cooper. (4), 60 pp. **T.96.73 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 8 in **G. 2,^23. 12. 



V , Madame, pseud. See Mathews, Lucia Elizabeth. 

V**, Mine B**, nee de, pseud. See B**, Mme, nee de V**, pseud. 

v., F. C. See Valentine, Ferdinand C. 

Vacano, Fmil Alois Ferdinand. 

Der Roman der Adelina Patti. Nach spanischen, englischen und 
miindlichen Quellen. Mit Federzeichnungen von Karl Klic. Wien. 
Klic & Spitzer. 1875. 84 pp. Illus. Portraits. Autograph fac- 
simile. 4041.102 

Vacquerie, Auguste ^fidouard. 

Profils et grimaces. Paris. Levy. 1856. (3), 328 pp. **T.47.i2 

A collection of short articles relating principally to French drama. 

Vacquerie, Auguste fidouard. Works about. 

Albert, G. Auguste Vacquerie: sa vie et son oeuvre. Lettre-preface 
de Henri de Lapommeraye. Paris. 1889. Portrait. **T.56.47 

Vagabond, The. Badeau, A. 40493.193; **T.97.335 

Vagabond adventures. Keeler, R. **T.57.354; etc. 

Vagrant memories. Winter, W. 4343.272 

Vala. Godwin, P 2902.40; etc. 

Valabregue, . 

Sevelinges, C. L. de. Le rideau leve, ou petite revue des grands 
theatres, suivie d'une reponse au factum de M. Valabregue, et 
d'une replique d'un des chefs de son orchestre. Paris. 1818. 

**T.77.2i 
Valencia, Spain. Theatres. 

Lamarca, L. El teatro de Valencia desde su origen hasta nuestros 
dias. Valencia. 1840. **D.i7ob.6o 



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Valenciennes, France. Theatres. 

Hecart, G. a. J. Recherches historiques, bibliographiques, critiques 
et litteraires, sur le Theatre de Valenciennes. Paris. 1816. Por- 
traits. **T.76.58 
Valentin, Monsieur. See Dewaeghenaere, Valentin. 
Valentine, Ferdinand C, translator. 

CoLOMBiER, M. The memoirs of Sarah Barnum. With a preface 
by Paul Bonnetain. Translated under the management of 
Ferdinand C. Valentine and Leigh H. Hunt. New York. [1884.] 

**T.97.259 

Gaillet, E., and Liebold. Sarah Barnum's reply. The life of 

Marie Colombier. New York. 1884. IHus. **T.54-i 

Valentine Vox, The life and adventures of. Cockton, H. 4573.116; etc. 
Valentini, Francesco. 

Trattato su la commedia dell' arte, ossia improvvisa. Maschere 
italiene, ed alcune scene del carnevale di Roma. Berlino. Wittich. 
1826. X, 32, (2) pp. 20 colored plates. No. i in *277i.3 

Same. Abhandlung iiber die Comodie aus dem Stegreif und die 
italienischen Masken; nebst einigen Scene des romischen 
Carnevals. Berlin. Wittich. 1826. vi, 36, (2) pp. 20 colored 
plates. **T.42.i 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. 2 in *277i.3, from which the plates are 

missing. 

Vallier, J. P. 

Recherches sur les causes de la decadence des theatres et de 1 art 
dramatique en France. Paris. Appert. 1841. 184 pp. 

No. I in **M. 125.6 

Valter, Jehan. 

La premiere de Le roi s'amuse. 22 novembre 1832. Paris. Levy. 1882. 
(2), 148 pp. Portraits. Plates. Manuscript facsimile. **T.57.i68 
Van Amburgh, Isaac A. 

Ferguson, O. J. A brief biographical sketch of L A. Van Amburgh, 
and an illustrated and descriptive history of the animals in his 
menagerie. New York. [186-?] lUus. Portrait. Plates. 

**T.96.6; etc. 
Vanbrugh, Sir John. 

A short vindication of The relapse and The provok'd wife, from im- 
morality and prophaneness. By the author. London: Printed 
for H. Walwyn. 1698. (3), 79 PP. No. i in **G.382i.3 

An answer to the charges by ColHer in A short view of the profaneness and 
immorality of the English stage [**T.77.39 ; etc.]. 

Vanbrugh, Sir John. Works about. 

Collier, J. A defence of the Short view of the profaneness and 

immorality of the English stage, &c. Being a reply to Mr. Con- 

greve's Amendments, &c., and to the vindication of the author of 

The relapse [Sir John Vanbrugh]. London. 1699. **T.77.4i ; etc. 

Vandam, Albert Dresden, translator. 

Houssaye, a. Behind the scenes of the Comedie frauQaise and other 

recollections. London. 1889. 2671.103; **T.75.7i 

Legouve, G. J. B. E. W. Sixty years of recollections. London. 

1893. 2 V. 2644.100; **T.56.203 

Vandenhoff, George. 

Leaves from an actor's note-book; with reminiscences and chit-chat 
of the green-room and the stage in England and America. New 
York. Appleton & Co. i860, vi, 347 PP- 4398.135; **T.57.77 

Another copy is on shelf-number **G.3933-i8. 

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Vandenhoff, George. (Continued.) 

Same. Dramatic reminiscences; or, actors and actresses in England 
and America. Edited, with preface, by Henry Seymour Carleton. 
London. Cooper & Co. i860, xvi, 318 pp. **T.57.i4 

Vander Straeten, Edmond. 

Le theatre villageois en Flandre. Histoire, litterature, musique, 
religion, politique, moeurs. D'apres des documents entierement 
inedits. 2e edition avec lettre-preface de George Becker. 
Bruxelles. Tillot & cie. 1881. 2 v. lUus. Plates. Facsimiles. 

**T.76.7 
Van Dyk, Harry Stoe. 

Theatrical portraits; with other poems. London. Miller. 1822. (2), 
vi, 151 pp. Portraits. Autograph facsimiles. **T.58.55 

Vanel, Eugene. 

Histoire populaire de tous les theatres de Paris depuis leur orii 
jusqu'a nos jours. Paris. L'auteur. 1841. 63, (i) pp. **T.79.i8 
Van Hare, G. 

Fifty years of a showman's life; or, the life and travels of Van Hare. 
London. Allen & Co. 1888. xii, 418 pp. Portrait. Plates. Auto- 
graph facsimile. 2262.49; **T.57.i32 
Vanhove, Cecile Caroline Charlotte. 

fitudes sur I'art theatral suivies d'anecdotes inedites sur Talma, et 
de la correspondance de Ducis avec cet artiste, depuis 1792 jusqu' 
en 1815; par Madame Veuve Talma, nee Vanhove, maintenant 
Comtesse de Chalot. Paris. Feret. 1836. (4), xxviij, 365 pp. 
E.Hted by M. G. T. Villenave. **T.76.54 

Van Vechten, Carl. 

Music after the great war, and other studies. New York. Schirmer. 
1915. (5), 168 pp. 4049a.i57 

Cov tents. — Music after the great war. — Music for museums? — The secret of 
the Russian ballet. — Igor Strawinsky : a new composer. — Massenet and women. 
— Stage decoration as a fine art. — Adolphe Appia and Gordon Craig. 

Vapereau, G. See Vapereau, Louis Gustave. 
Vapereau, Louis Gustave, editor. 

Annee litteraire et dramatique, L'. Revue annuelle. Annee i-ii. 

1858-68. Paris. 1859-69. J I V. **T.27.i4 

Variety. [Weekly.] Vol. 35- Dec, 1913, to date. New York. 1914-- 

Portraits. **T.22.io 

Contains theatrical news. Unbound parts are kept in the Music Room. 

Variety stage. The. Stuart, C. D., and A. J. Park. **T.97.i74 

Varney, George Leon, editor. 

Barnabee, H. C. Reminiscences. Being an attempt to account for 
his life, with some, excuses for his professional career. Boston. 
1913. Portraits. Plates. 4045.163; **T.56.33i; etc. 

Vattemare, Alexandre. See Vattemare, Nicholas Marie Alexandre. 
Vattemare, Nicholas Marie Alexandre. 

Memoirs and anecdotes of Monsieur Alexandre [pseud, de Nicholas 
Marie Alexandre Vattemare], the celebrated dramatic ventrilo- 
quist. Adventures of a ventriloquist; or, the rogueries of Nicholas 
[by Moncrieff]. London. Lowndes. 1822. (i), 33, iii-viii, 39 pp. 
Portraits, mostly colored. **T.57.373 

Vaudeville. 

Caffin, C. Vaudeville. The book by Caroline Caffin. The pictures 

by Marius de Zayas. New York. 1914. Portraits. 6257.83 

Charrington, F. N. The battle of the music halls. London. [188-?] 

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Vaudeville. (Continued.) 

Clark, G. F. Scotson-. The "halls." London. [190-?] Colored 
portraits. Colored plates. **T.53.i8 

[Documents of the Metropolitan Board of Works, the London 
County Council, and Committees of the House of Commons 
and the House of Lords, relating to the theatre.] London. 1866- 
1909. 7 V. **T.72.i4 

Fitzgerald. P. H. Music-Hail Land. An account of the natives, 
male and female, pastimes, songs, antics, and general oddities 
of that strange country. London. [1890.] Illus. **T.96.i99 

RocHEFORT-LufAY, C. L. M., Marquis de. Memoires d'un vaudc- 
villiste. Paris. [1863.] **T.57.397 

Saltarino, Signor, pseud. Das Artistentum und seme Geschichte. 
Leipzig. 1910. Illus. Portraits. 2243.87 

Spectator, A, pseud. The music hall. London. 1880. **T.96.2oo 

Stuart, C. D., and A. J. Park. The variety stage. A history of the 
music halls from the earliest period to the present time. Lon- 
don. [1895.] **T.97.i74 
Vaudoyer, Antoine Laurent Thomas. 

Description du theatre de Marcellus, a Rome retabli dans son etat 

primitif, d'apres les vestiges qui en restent encore: memoire joint 

aux plans, coupes, elevations et details. Paris. Dusillion. 1812. 

(3), 48 pp. Tables. 4093-i34 

Vaulabelle, Alfred de, and Charles Hemardinquer. 

La science au theatre. Etude sur les precedes scientifiques en usage 
dans le theatre moderne. Paris. Paulin & cie. 1908. (3), 291 pp. 
Illus. Diagrams. 6252.71 

Vaux, Charles Maurice, Baron de. 

ficuyers et ecuyeres. Histoire des cirques d'Europe (1680-1891). 
Avec une etude sur I'equitation savante par Maxime Gaussen. 
Preface par Henri Meilhac. Introduction par Victor Franconi. 
Paris. Rothschild. 1893. xxiii, 368 pp. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 
Autograph facsimile. **T.95.ii3 

Vauxhall affray, The; or, the macaronies defeated. A compilation of 
all the letters, squibs, &c., on both sides of that dispute. London: 
Sold by J. Williams. I773- 120 pp. **T.97.337 

This work contains also an appendix to the Vauxhall affray. Relates to Eliza- 
beth Hartley, Henry Bate, George Robert Fitzgerald, Thomas Lyttelton, and 
others. 

Veber, Eugene. See Veber, Pierre Eugene. 
Veber, Pierre Eugene, prefaccr. 

Maindron, C. F. Les programmes illustres des theatres et des 
cafes-concerts, menus, cartes d'invitation, petites estampes, etc. 
Paris. [1897.] (62) plates, mostly colored. **T.i2.6; etc. 

Vedder, Paul, editor. 

Playgoers' Magazine, The. A monthly magazine for all players and 
playgoers. Vol. i (no. i-[3].) [Jan.-Mar. 1888.] London. [1888.] 
nius. Portraits. Plates. **T.96.274 

Playgoers' Pocket-Book, The. The dramatic year, 1886, 87. With 
descriptions and illustrations of all the new plays of the year; 
copies of many of the play-bills, and a complete record of dramatic 
events. London. [1887, 88.] 2 v. in i. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

**T.28.i2;etc. 

Vedel, . 

Notice sur Rachel Paris. Chaix & cK 1859. 80 pp. **T.95.i09 

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Vedrenne, John E. 

MacCarthy, D. The Court Theatre, 1904-1907: a commentary and 
criticism. With an appendix containing reprinted programmes 
of the "Vedrenne-Barker performances." London. 1907. 

**T.78.73 
Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de. 

The new art of writing plays. Translated by William T. Brewster. 
With an introduction by Brander Matthews. New York. 1914. 
(5), 57, (0 PP- [Columbia University. Dramatic Museum. 
Publications. Series i. Papers on play-making. No. i.] 

**T.46.6o.i 
Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de. Works about. 

Lewes, G. H. The Spanish drama. Lope de Vega and Calderon. 
London. 1846. 3099a.272; **T.49.6; etc. 

Velasquez, Pedro. 

Illustrated memoir of an eventful expedition into Central America 
resulting in the discovery of the idolatrous city of Iximaya and 
the possession of two remarkable Aztec children, Maximo 8c 
Bartola. Translated from the Spanish of Pedro Velasquez. [Lon- 
don. 1853?] Illus. Portraits. Plates. **T.98.36 
Velten, Johannes. 

LiTZMANN, B. Johannes Velten. Legende und Geschichte. (In 
Archiv fiir Theatergeschichte. Vol. 2, pp. 56-71. Berlin. 1905.) 

*6907.i2.2 
Veneta, Mathilde, f^send. See Meske, Mathilde. 
Venice, Italy. Theatres. 

Galvani, L. N. I teatri musicali di Venezia nel secolo xvii (1637- 

1700). Memorie storiche e bibliografiche. Milano. [1879.] 8052.151 

GiORNALE dei teatri di Venezia. Anno 1-7. 1795-1802. Venezia, 

1796-1801. *2768.i 

Taylor, H. C. Chatfield-. Goldoni. A biography. Illustrations 

from the paintings of Pietro and Alessandro Longhi. New York. 

1913. Portrait. Plates. 2744.93 

Venice, Italy. Theatres. La Fenice. 

Memokia storica del teatro La Fenice in Venezia. Venezia. [1839.] 
Plate. Plan. **T.79.i6 

Venice, Italy. Views. 

Barker, H. A., and J. Burford. Description of the view of Venice; 
taken, and painted by Messrs. Barker and Burford, now exhibit- 
ing in their panorama, Strand. London. 1819. Plate. **T.96.3oo 
Ventriloquism. 

Anecdotes curieuses et inedites de la vie de Valentin dit I'Homme 
a la poupee. Marseille. Arnaud & cie. 1858. Portrait. **T.98.i4 
Cockton, H. The life and adventures of Valentine Vox the ven- 
triloquist. [Fiction.] London. 1846. Plates. 4573.116; etc. 
Maccabe, F. The art of ventriloquism. Including full directions to 
learners how to acquire a pleasing vocalization; with amusing 
dialogues. London. [1875.] . **T.98.ii7 
Memoirs and anecdotes of Alonsieur Alexandre [pseud, de Nicholas 
Marie Alexandre Vattemare], the celebrated dramatic ventrilo- 
quist. Adventures of a ventriloquist; or, the rogueries of Nicholas, 
an entertainment [by Moncrieff]. London. 1822. Portraits. 

**T.57.373 

Smith, G. Memoirs and anecdotes of Mr. Love, the polyphonist. 

Added, explanation of the phenomena of polyphony. [Boston. 

1850.] 6543.106 

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Ventriloquism. (Continued.) 

Programme of the entertainment: preceded by memoirs of Mr. 

Love, the dramatic polyphonist; remarks on single-handed enter- 
tainments; anecdotes of eminent by-gone professors; an explana- 
tion of the phenomena of polyphony, &c. London. [1855.] 

**T.55.40 

Verbatim report of the reception to Lawrence Barrett, by Wilson 

r.arrett. Langham Hotel, London, England, April 2nd, 1884. 

[London. 1884.] **T.57.447 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.57.38i. 

Verdi, Fortunio Giuseppe Francesco. 

Maurel, V. A propos de la mise en scene du drame lyrique Otello 
[de Verdil. fitude precedee d'apergus sur le theatre chante en 
1887. Rome. 1888. 4048.175 

Verein fiir das Conservatorium des teutschen Schauspiels. 

Devrient, H. F. F. Aus den Akten eines Geheimbnndes deutscher 

Schauspieler [Verein fiir das Conservatorium des teutschen 

Schauspiels] in den Jahren 1812^1815. (In Archiv fur Theater- 

geschichte. Vol. 2, pp. 95-150. Berlin. 1905.) *6907.i2.2 

Vergnaud, Paul, translator. 

Blasts, C. Manuel complet de la danse, comprenant la theorie, la 
pratique et I'histoire de cet art. Paris. 1830. Plates. 4001.25 
Veritas, pseud. 

Opera House. A review of this theatre, from the period described 
by the Enterprizer. A recital of. the litigations, loans, embarrass- 
ments. London. The Author. [1818?] (3), 80 pp. 

Relates to the Haymarket Theatre, London. No. 7 in **G.3824.3 

Verite-Rachel, La. Descombes, J. C. F. M. **T.96.i7i 

Verites a I'ordre du jour. [Anon.] See Fillet, Fabien. 
Verity Victor, pseud. See Wright, E. M. 
Veron, Pierre. 

Les gens de theatre. Paris. Dentu. 1862. (3), 303 pp. **T.87.8o 

A collection of short stories relating to the theatre. 

Paris s'amuse. Paris. Dentu. 1861. (3), 283 pp. **T.97.2i3 

Same. Vresse. [1868.] ' 4638.28 

Verona, Italy. Amphitheatre. 

Maffei, F. S., Marchese. A compleat history of the ancient amphi- 
theatres. More peculiarly regarding the architecture of those 
buildings, and in particular that of Verona. Made English by 
Alexander Gordon. London. 1730. Plates. Plans. **T.77.i4; etc. 

Ricci, S. II teatro romano di Verona studiato sotto il rispetto 
storico ed archeologico con la biografia di Andrea Monga suo 
scopritore e con un' appendice di documenti editi ed inediti. 
Venezia. 1895. Portrait. Plates. Plans. 

No. I in *27ioa.5o.Ser.2,Vol.3 
Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin. 

Garrick: his portrait in New York, its artist, and history. [A letter 
addressed to A. M. Cozzens read at the Sketch Club, January 9, 
1857.] New York. 1857. Portrait. *6545.9 

Relates to the portrait hy Robert Edge Pine. 

Verrieres, Genevieve, and Marie Verrieres. 

JuLLiEN, J. L A. Le theatre des Dlles Verrieres. La comedie de 
societe dans le monde galant du siecle dernier. Paris. 1875. 

No. 4 in **M.i22.i 
Maugras, C. G. Les demoiselles de Verrieres. Paris. 1890. Por- 
traits. **T.56.76; etc. 
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Versakis, Fr. 

Das Skenengebiiude des Dionysos-Theaters. lUus. Plans. (In 
Kaiserlich deutsches archiiologisches Institut. Jahrbuch. Vol. 
24, pp. 194-224. Berlin. 1910.) *22ioa.55.24 

Very plain state, A, of the case, or the Royalty Theatre versus the 
Theatres Royal. London. Printed for the author, and sold by 
J. Murray. 1787. vii, 54, (i) PP- **T.75,52 

Vesque, Charles. 

Histoire des theatres du Havre, 1717 a 1872. Havre. Labottiere & 
ce. 1875, 77. 2 v. in I. **T.76.20 

Contents. — I. 1717-1836. 2. 1836-1850. 

Vestriad, The. Busk, H. **T.55.ii4 

Vestris, Madame. See Mathews, Lucia Elizabeth. 

Veteran stager, A, pseud. See Grant, George. 

Viage entretenido. El. Rojas, A. de. **D.i63.4.4 

Viardot, Michelle Pauline Garcia. 

Lipsius, M. Pauline Viardot-Garcia. (In Sammlung musikalischer 
Vortrage. Reihe 4, pp. 259-278. Leipzig. 1882.) **M. 105.3.4 

Vicenza, Italy. Theatres. Teatro Olimpico. 

Magrini, a. II Teatro Olimpico nuovamente descritto ed illustrato. 
Padova. 1847. Plate. **T.96.4 

MoNTENARi, G., Conte. Del Teatro Olimpico di Andrea Palladio in 
Vicenza. Discorso. In Padova. 1733. Portrait. 5 plates. 

*4095.io7; etc. 

Same. 2a edizione, con lettere due critiche, I'una del Sig. 

Marchese Giovanni Poleni, I'altra dell' autore. In Padova. 1749. 
Illus. Portrait. 5 plates. *8o96.io7 

Victor, Benjamin. 

The history of the theatres of London and DubHn, from 1730 to the 
present time. Added, an annual register of all the plays, &c. 
performed at the Theatres-Royal in London, from 1712. With 
notes and anecdotes. London: Printed for T. Davies [& T. 
Becket]. 1761-71. 3 v. **T.77.3i 

Another copy is on shelf-number **K.36.i6. The title of vol. [3] reads: The 
history of the theatres of London. Continuations to 1817 by W. C. Oulton, 
having similar titles, may be found on shelf-numbers **T.77.32 ; **T.77.33. 

Memoirs of the- life of Barton Booth, Esq.; with his character. 
[Anon.] To which are added several poetical pieces, written by 
himself. To which is likewise annex'd The case of Mr. Booth's 
last illness. London: Printed for John Watts. 1733. 58 pp. Por- 
trait. **T.97-345 

Other copies are on shelf-numbers No. 3 in **G.3823.9 ; No. 7 in **G.3823.i i ; 
*»T.57.i90. 

Original letters, dramatic pieces, and poems. London: Printed for 
T. Becket. 1776. 3 v. **T.96.26 

Victor, Benjamin. Works about. 

Letter, A, to Messieurs Victor and Sowdon, managers of the 
Theatre-Royal. Dublin. 1755- **T.76.i58 

Victor, Verity, pseud. See Wright, E. M. 
Vidal, Emmanuel, editor. 

Almanack de "La Rampe." Actrices parisiennes. [Paris. 1901.] 

Portraits. **T.26.2i 

Vie, La, a Paris. Claretie, J. A. A. **T.27.i6 

Vie, La, au theatre. Bordeaux, H. 4679.178 

GiFFARD, P. L. Nos mcEurs. **T.77.iii 



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Vie, La, (run theatre. Ginisty, P. **T.78.33 

Vie, La, d'une comedienne, Minette. Banville, T. F. de. **T.98.I32 

Vie, La, de Paris. Mornand, F. **T.98.83 

Vie, La, de theatre. Couailhac, V. **T.57.202 

Vie moderne, La, au theatre. Claretie, J. A. A. **T.47.2 
Vieil abonne, Un, pseud. 

Ces demoiselles de I'Opera. 2"^^ edition. Paris. Tresse & Stock. 

1887. 294 pp. **M.i27.6o 

A history of the ballet of the Paris Opera. 
Vieil amateur, Un, editor. 

Castel, L. Mcmoires d'un claqueur. Paris. 1829. Plate. **M.ii7.6 
Vieil amateur dramatique, pseud. 

Souvenirs, Les, at les regrets du Vieil amateur dramatique ou lettres 

d'un oncle a son neveu sur I'ancien theatre frangais, depuis 

Bellecour, Lekain, Preville, jusqu'a Mole, Larive, Monvel, Vestris. 

Paris. 1829. Colored plates. **T.58.i45 

Vieil habitue, Un, pseud. 

Le coup de lance du Gymnase, ou la decadence du vaudeville, revue 

critique des acteurs et actrices de ce theatre. Pot-pourri [en vers]. 

Paris. Martinet. 1821. 15 pp. No. 16 in **G.3562.i 

Vieilles actrices, Les. Barbey d'Aurevilly, J. A. **T.57.27i 

Vienna. Internationale Ausstellnng fiir Mnsik- und Theatcrwesen. 

Fach-Kg,talog der musikhistorischen Abtheilung von Deutschland und 
Oesterreich-Ungarn, nebst Anhang: Musikvereine, Concertwesen 
und Unterricht. Wien. Vernay. 1892. xiv, (2), 591, (4) pp. 
Plate. 4045.9 

Same. The international exhibition for music and the drama. Edited 
by A. J. Hipkins, Morris Steinert and Siegmund Schneider. 
[Translated by Rosa Wohlmuth.] Vienna. Perles. 1894. (6), 
339. (6) pp. 82 plates. Facsimiles. *8o40.ii4 

Vienna. Theatres. 

Bahr, H. Rezensionen, Wiener Theater, 1901 bis 1903. Berlin. 1903. 

**T.77.2i9 

Theater. Ein Wiener Roman. Berlin. 1904. 68993.316 

Wiener Theater (1892-1898). Berlin. 1899. 6257.115 

Gesellschaft fiir vervielfaeltigende Kunst. Die Theater Wiens. 

Wien. 1893-1909. 4 v. in 6, and unbound parts. lUus. Portraits. 

Plates. Plans. *Cab.28.27.2 

Goerner, C., Ritter von. Der Hans Wurst-Streit in Wien und Joseph 

von Sonnenfels. Wien. 1884. 2870.48 

Holbein, F. L. von, Edler von Holbeinsberg. Deutsches Biihnenwesen. 

Ein Handbuch fiir Alle, welche auf irgend eine Weise mit dem 

Theater in Beziehung stehen, oder sich auch nur fiir das Innere 

desselben interessiren. Theil i. Wien. 1853. **T.96.227 

Mueller-Guttenbrunn, a. Das Wiener Theaterleben. Leipzig. 

1890. **T.76.64 

Wien war eine Theaterstadt. Wien. 1885. **T.76.i44 

Richter, H. Schauspieler-Charakteristiken. Leipzig. 1914. 6872.70 
Sevfried, F., Ritter von. Riickschau in das Theaterleben Wiens, 

seit den letzten fiinfzig Jahren. Wien. 1864. **M.373.4i ; etc. 

Sonnenfels, J., Freihcrr von. Briefe iiber die wienerische Schaulnihne. 

1768. Wien. 1884. *487oa.9.7 

Waldstein, M. Aus Wiens lustiger Theaterzeit. Erinnerungen an 

Josefine Gallmeyer. Berlin. 1885. Portrait. 4837.20; **T,57. 228 

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Weilen, a. W., Ritter von. Geschichte des Wiener Theaterwesens 

von den altesten Zeiten bis zu den Anfangen der Hof-Theater. 

Wien. 1899. Illus. Portraits. Plates. *Cab.28.27.2.i 

Zeidler, J. Eine Wiener Wertherparodie. Ein Beitrag zur Wiener 

Theatergeschichte. (In Forschungen zur neueren Litteratur- 

geschichte. Pp. 235-244. Weimar. 1898.) 4873.90 

Vienna. Tlieatres. Burgtheater. 

Amtliches Jalirbuch der kaiserlich koniglichen Hoftheater in Wien 

fiir 1909. Wien. [1909-] **T.78.75 

Bahr, H. Glossen zum Wiener Theater (1903-1906). Berlin. 1907. 

68993.317 
CzARTORYSKi, K., Princc. Unseres Burgtheaters Gliick und Ende. 

Ein memento mori bei Gelegenheit des 100 jahrigen Jubilaums 

des Burgtheaters. Vortrag. Wien. 1876. **T.76.i6i 

Laube, H. Das Burgtheater. Ein Beitrag zur deutschen Theater- 

Geschichte. Leipzig. 1868. Portrait. 4868.12 

Letzte Erinnerungen. (In Kirchbach, W. Deutsche Schau- 

spieler and Schauspielkunst. Pp. 32-51. Kiel. 1892.) 4875.40 

LoEW, I. Das neue Burgtheater. Wien. 1888. **T.97.83 

LoTHAR, R. Das Wiener Burgtheater. Leipzig. 1899. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. 4871.130 
Maennel, L., editor. Jahrbuch des kaiserl. konigl. Hof-Burgtheaters 
fiir das Jahr 1908. Wien. figoS.] **T.78.74 
RiCHTER, H. Schauspieler-Charakteristiken. Leipzig. 1914. 6872.70 
Rub, O., compiler. Das Burgtheater: statistischer Riickblick auf die 
Tatigkeit und die Personalverhaltnisse wahrend der Zeit vom 8. 
April 1776 bis i. Januar 1913. Gelegentlich des 25Jahrigen 
Bestehens des neuen Hauses am 14. Oktober 1913. Wien. 1913. 

6252.117 

ScHLENTHER. P. Adolf vou Sonuenthal. Fiinfzig Jahre im Wiener 

Burgtheater. 1856-1906. Wien. 1906. Portraits. **T.77.227 

Bernhard Baumeister. Funfzig Jahre Burgtheater. 1852-1902. 

Wien. 1902. Portraits. **T.73.8 

ScHREYVOGEL, J. Josef Schreyvogels Tagebiicher, 1810-1823. Mit 

Vorwort, Einleitung und Anmerkungen, herausgegeben von Carl 

Glossy. Berlin. 1903. 2 v. 6907.14 

Sonnenthal, a., Ritter von. Adolph von Sonnenthals Briefwechsel. 

Nach den Originalen herausgegeben von Hermine von Sonnenthal. 

Stuttgart. 1912. 2 V. Portraits. Plates. 68993.170 

Wlassack, E. Chronik des k. k. Hof-Burgtheaters. Zu dessen 

Sacular-Feier im Februar 1876 herausgegeben. Wien. 1876. Plates. 

Plans. **T.76.i6o 

Vienna. Theatres. Hof-Operntheater. 

Amtliches Jahrbuch der, kaiserlich koniglichen Hoftheater in Wien 

fiir 1909. Wien. [1909.] **T.78.75 

Engerth, E., Ritter von. Zwischenbilder zu Figaro's Hochzeit. 

Wandgemalde im K. k. Opernhause zu Wien. Miinchen. [188-?] 

17 photographs in a portfolio. **M.430.i6 

Vienn3. Theatres. Hoftheater. See Vienns. Theatres. Burgtheater; 

Vienn3. Theatres. Hof-Operntheater. 
Vienns. Theatres. Kaiserlich-koenigliches-Hofburgtheater. 

Bayer, J. Das neue K. k. Hofburgtheater als Bauwerk mit seinem 
Sculpturen- und Rilderschmuck. Wien. 1894. Illus. Portraits. 
Plates. Plans. *Cab.28.27.2.3 

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Vienna. TJicatrcs. Kaiserlich-koenigliches-Hofburgtheater. (Continued.) 

ScHLAGER, J. E. Ueber das alte Wiener Hofthcater. (In Kaiserliche 

Akademie der Wisscnscliaften, Vienna. Philosophisch-historische 

Classe. Sitzungsbcrichte. Band 6, pp. I47-I7i- Wien. 1851.) 

*3340.3-6 

Teuber. O.. and A. Weil. Das k. k. Hofburstheater sein seiner 

Begruendung. Wien. 1896-1906. 3 v. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 

Engraved title-pages. *Cab.28.27.2.2 

Vienna. Theatres. Kaiserlich koenigliches Hof-Opernhaus. 

NuELi., E. van der, and A. von Siccard von Siccardsburg. Das 

Kaiserlich koenigliche Hof-Opernhaus in Wien. Wien. 1885. 

80 plates. ^ *Cab.6o.5o.i 

Vienna. Theatres. Prince?s theatre. See Vienna. Theatres. Burgthe.^ter. 

Vienna. Theatres. Ringtheater. 

FocHT, C. Th. Der Brand des Ringtheaters in Wien, am 8. Dec. 
1881. Wien. t88i. Illus. Plates. Plan. No. i in **M.i45.20 

Vienna. Theatres. Stadttheater. 

Laube. H. Das Wiener Stadt-Theater. Leipzig. 1875- **T.76.65 

Tyrolt, R. Chronik des Wiener Stadttheaters 1872-1884. Ein 
Beitrag zur deutschen Theatergeschichte. Wien. 1889. **T.97.2 
Vieux comparse, Un. pse^id. See Tuffet, Salvador. 
Vieux scenophile, Un, pseud. 

Idees d'un vieux scenophile sur I'institution d'un tribunal dramatique, 
sur I'organisation de ce tribunal at sur la redaction d'un code 
propre a regler ses decisions. Paris. L'auteur. 1813. (4). 5^ PP- 
On the relation of the drama and the stage in France. No. 2 in **G.3562.I 

Vievi7, A, of society and manners in high and low life. Parker, G. 

**T.58.66 

Vigano, Salvatore. 

Ritorni, C. Commentarii della vita e delle opere coredrammatiche 
di Salvatore Vigano, e della coregrafia e de' corepei. Milano. 
1838. Portrait. Plate. **T.96.370 

Vigny, Alfred Victor, Comtc de. 

Charavay, M. £. A. de Vigny et Charles Baudelaire, candidats a 

I'Academie francaise. fitude. Paris. 1879. IHus. Portraits. 

Plate. ' **T.57.i24 

Villain de Saint Hilaire, Amable. See Saint Hilaire, Amable Villam de. 

Villedeuil, Charles, Comte de. 

Mysteres des theatres. 1852. Par Edmond de Goncourt, Jules de Gon- 
court, Cornelius Holff [pseud, de Charles, Comte de Villedeuill. 
Paris. Librairie nouvelle. 1853. (3), SiQ PP- 4676.100; **T.75.58 
Villemain, Abel Frangois. 

Lava, J. L. Un mot sur M. le Directeur de I'imprimerie et de la 
librairie 1 Villemain], ou abus de la censure theatrale. Paris. 1819. 

**T.77.28 
Villemarest, Charles Maxime Catherinet de. 

Plus de rideau. Lettre sur les theatres. Paris. Ponthieu. 1821. 
(3), 36 pp. No. 9 in **G.3562.i 

Relates to the Paris theatres. 

Le rideau dechire. Theatre frangais. [Anon.] Paris. Ponthieu. 
i'820. 32 pp. No. 8 in **G.3562.i 

Villenave, Mathieu Guillaume Therese, editor. 

Vanhove, C. C. C. fitudes sur I'art theatral suivies d'anecdotes 
inedites sur Talma, et de la correspondance de Ducis avec cet 

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artiste, depuis 1792 jusqu' en 1815; par Madame Veuve Talma, nee 
Vanhove, maintenant Comtesse de Chalot. Paris. 1836. **T.76.54 
Villeneuve, Olga de. 

Mademoiselle Olga de Villeneuve dans la tragedie. Paris. Best. 
1862. (3), 39, (i) pp. Portrait._ _ **T.55.i24 

Villequin, Edme. See Brie, Edme Villequin, called De Brie. 
Vincent, Leon Henry. 

Moliere. Cambridge. The Riverside Press. 1902. (6), 233 pp. 
[Brief studies in French society and letters in the xvii. century.] 

26793.268 
Vincent, Mrs. James R. See Vincent, Mary Ann. 
Vincent, Mary Ann. 

Boston Herald, The. Performance in aid of the Mrs. J. R. Vincent 
Hospital Fund at the Boston Museum, April 24, 1890. Presented 
with the compliments of the Boston Herald. [Boston.] 1890. 

**T.I0.I2 

Fiftieth anniversary of the first appearance on the stage of Mrs. 
J. R. Vincent. Fifty years of an actress' life. April 1835 -April 
1885. [Boston.] 1885. No. 5 in **M. 1393.9 

Richardson, J. B. Mrs. James R. Vincent. A memorial address 
delivered at a meeting of the managers of the Vincent Memorial 
Hospital April 9, 1911. [Cambridge, Mass. 1911.] Portrait. 

**T.56.334 
Vincent, William Thomas. 

Recollections of Fred Leslie. With introduction by Clement Scott. 
London. Kegan- Paul, Trench, Triibner & Co., Ltd. 1894. 2 v. 
Illus. Portraits. Plates. Manuscript facsimiles. 4543.121; **T.56.62 
Vincke, Carl Friedrich Gisbert, Frnhcrr von. 

Gesammelte Aufsatze zur Biihnengeschichte. Hamburg. Voss. 1893. 
viii, 254 pp. [Theatergeschichtliche Forschungen. Band 6.] 6872.48 
Relates largely to representations of Shakespeare in England and Germany. 

Vindication, A, of a right in the public to a one shilling gallery. 
Pythagoras, pseud. **T.76.7o 

Vingtrinier, Emmanuel. 

Le theatre a Lyon au xviiie siecle. Lyon. Meton. 1879. (5), 130 
pp. **T.75.9 

Viotti, Giovanni Battista. 

Dilettante, LTn, pseud. Observations desinteressees sur I'administra- 
tion -du Theatre royal italien, adressees a M. Viotti, par un 
dilettante. Paris. 1821. No. 15 in **G.3562.i 

Visitor, A, pseud. 

The theatre. Observations on a recent pamphlet, entitled "The 
pulpit justified and the theatre condemned," by the Rev. John 
East, in a letter addressed to Thomas Noon Talfourd. London. 
Longman, Orme, & Co.. 1844. 24 pp. **T.76.ioo 

East's The pulpit justified, and the theatre condemned, may be found on shelf- 
number **T.76.99. 

Vismes du Valgay, Anne Pierre Jacques de. 

Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Un directeur d'opera au dix-huitieme 
siecle. L'Opera sous I'ancien regime: I'Opera sous la Revolution. 
Paris. 1914. 4048.264 

Vitoria, Spain, Battle of, 1813. 

Barker, H. A. Description of the view^ of the Battle of Vittoria, 
now exhibiting in Henry Aston Barker's Panorama. Leicester 
Square. [London.] 1814. Plate. **T.96.302; etc 

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Vitoux, Georges. 

Le theatre de Tavenir. Amenagenient general, mise en scene, trues, 
machinerie, etc. Taris. Reiinvald. [1903-] (5), 242, (i) pp. Illus. 
[Bibliotheque theatrale illustree.] 6252.70 

Contents. — Le theatre ideal. — Le theatre jusqu'a ce jour. — Les divisions 
d'un theatre. — L'eclairage. — Le chauffage et la ventilation. — La machinerie 
theatrale. — La mise en scene et les trues. — La securite au theatre. 

Vitruvius PoUio, Marcus. 

Capps, E. Vitruvius and the Greek stage. Chicago. 1893. Illus. 8096.106 
Vitu, Auguste Charles Joseph. 

Catalogue des livres anciens et modernes. Beaux-arts, litterature, 
theatre, histoire, histoire de Paris, noblesse, almanachs, partitions 
de musique composant la bibliotheque de feu M. Auguste Vitu, 
dont la vente aura lieu au 12 decembre 1891. Paris. 1891. 136 pp. 

**T.65.i9 

Le Jeu de paume des inestayers; ou, I'lllustre theatre 1595-1883. 

D'apres des documents inedits. Paris. Lemerre. 1883. 73, (2) 

pp. Illus. Plans. [Archeologie Molieresque.] **T.57.64 

Les mille et une nuits' du theatre. Serie 1-9. Paris. Ollendorff. 

i884-<)4. 9 V. **T.47.47 

Relates to French drama. 

Moliere et les Italiens. A propos du tableau des farceurs appartenant 
a la Comedie frangaise. Paris. Tresse & c>e. 1879. 20, (i) pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number **T.g6.22. 4676.I16; **T.95.I26 

Paris I'ete. Le Jardin Mabille. Paris. Martinon. 1847. 63 pp. 
Illus. **T.98.i4i 

Vitu, Auguste Charles Joseph, prefacer. 

FouKNiER, E. Etudes sur la vie et les oeuvres de Moliere. Paris. 
1885. **T.57.290 

Vitu, Auguste Charles Joseph, and Jules Frey. 

Physiologic du Bal Mabille. Paris. Carrier. [185-?] 92, (2) pp. 

**T.99.49 
Vizentini, Albert. See Vizentini, Louis Albert. 
Vizentini, Augustin. 

[Recueil des costumes de tous les ouvrages dramatiques representes 

avec succes sur tous les grands theatres de Paris, publie par 

Vizentini, d'apres les dessins d'Aug. Garnerey et Hipp. Lecomte. 

Paris. Engelmann. 18—?] 2 v. 371 colored plates. *8o72.307 

Vizentini, Louis Albert. 

Derriere la toile. (Foyers, coulisses et comediens.) Petites physio- 
logies des theatres parisiens. Paris. Faure. 1868. (3), 292 pp. 

Relates to the theatres of Paris. **T.77.78 

Voelker, Franz. 

Beriihmte Schauspieler im griechischen Alterthum. Haml)urg. 
Ricliter. 1899. 33 pp. Illus. [Sammlung gemeinverstandlicher 
vvissenschaftlicher Vortrage. Neue Folge, Serie 14, Heft 327.] 

*59i4.5o.N.F.Ser.i4 
Voiart, Anne filisabeth Petitpain. 

Essai sur la danse antique et moderne. Paris. Audot. 1823. (i), 

251^ pp. fEncyelopedie des dames.] **T.99.3 

Voiart, Elise. See Voiart, Anne filisabeth Petitpain. 

Voice, speech and gesture: a practical hand book to the elocutionary 

art. London. Deacon & Co. 1895. xvi, 888 pp. Illus. **M. 218.2 

Contents. — The voice, by Hugh Campbell. — Speech, by R. F. Brewer. — 
Gesture, by Henry Neville. — Reciting and recitative, by Clifford Harrison. 
— Recitation with music, by Frederic Corder. — Selections, edited by Robert 
D. Blackman. 

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Voice, speech and gesture. (Continued.) 

Same. New York. Putnam, xvi, 840 pp. 3599-148 

Same. New edition. London. Deacon & Co. 1904. xix, 1196 pp. 

3599.182 
Yokes, Rosina. 

Clay, C, compiler. Rosina Yokes. London. 1894. Portraits. 

**T.58.8i 
Vol, Le, plus haut, ou I'espion des principaux theatres de la capitale. 

[Anon.] See Dumont, . 

Vollmoeller, Carl, editor. 

CoNTi, A. DE B., Prince de. Traite de la comedie et des spectacles. 

Heilbronn. 1881. 466ob.5i 

Volnais, Claudine Placide Croizet Ferreire, called Mademoiselle Volnais. 

CosTE d'Arnobat, C. p. Lettre d'un comedien du Theatre dela 

republique, aux demoiselles Gros et Bourguoin, dont les debuts 

doivent suivre celui de mademoiselle Volnay. [Anon.] Paris. 

An ix [1801]. No. 5 in **G.3562.2 

Voltaire, Frangois Marie Arouet de. 

Manne, a. E. D. DE. Galerie historique des comedians frangois de 

la troupe de Voltaire. Graves par Henri Lefort. Avec des details 

biographiques inedits, recueillis sur chacun d'eux par E.-D. de 

Manne. Lyon. 1877. Portraits. 4644.51; **T.56.92 

MoREAU, J. M. [Engravings made from drawings by Moreau to 

illustrate Voltaire's plays in the CEuvres completes, edited by P. 

A. Caron de Beaumarchais and others, and published at Kehl. 

1785-89.] 1914. 29 plates. **T.42.6 

Olivier, J. J. Voltaire et les comediens interpretes de son theatre. 

Etude sur I'art theatral et les comediens au xviiie siecle. Paris. 

1900. Plate. 4676.23 

Vom Nachtwachter zum tiirkischen Kaiser! Sontag, C. **T.57.283 

Von Brettern und Podium. Lewinsky, J. **T.97.84 

Vor den Coulissen. Lewinsky, J., editor. **T.56.302; etc. 

Voyous, Les, au theatre. Metenier, O. M. J. **T.57.i43 

Vulpian, Alphonse, and Gauthier. 

Code des theatres. Ou manuel a I'usage des directeurs, entrepreneurs 
et actionnaires de spectacles, des auteurs et artistes dramatiques, 
etc. Paris. Waree. 1829. (3), iv, 440 pp. **T.79.i4 

Vyse, Bertie, pseud. See A Beckett, Arthur William. 
Vyvyan, Mildred C, translator. 

Pischel, R. The home of the puppet play. An address on assuming 
the office of Rector of the Konigliche vereinigte Friedrichs- 
Universitat, Halle- V^ittenberg. London. 1902. 2256.18 

w 

W., J. See Wilson, John, bookseller. 
W., J. F. See White, J. F., comedian. 
Wace, Alan John Bayard. 

Mumming plays in the southern Balkans. Illus. (In British School 
at Athens. Annual. No. 19, PP. 248-265. London. [1914-]) 

*296oa.53.i9 

Contents. — Greek masquerades. — Vlach masquerades. — The festival as a whole. 

Wagnalls, Mabel. 

Stars of the opera. A description of operas & a series of personal 
interviews with Marcella Sembrich, Emma Eames, Emma Calve, 

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Lillian Nordica, Lilli Lehmann, Gcraldine Farrar & Nellie Mclba. 

Revised and enlarged edition. New York. Funk & Wagnalls Co. 

1907. 402 pp. Portraits. *4049a.346 

Wagner, Georg Philipp Eberhard. 

Die griechisclie Tragodie und das Theater zu Athen. Einleitung zum 

Vortrage der Antigone des Sophokles in der Gesellschaft Albina 

zu Dresden. Dresden. Arnold. 1844. vi, 66 pp. Plan. 2960.13 
Wagner, Heinrich Ludwig Ehrenfried. 

Musik-, Schau- und Biihnenspiel-Hallen; Tanz-Locale. Plans. (In 

Han'dbuch der Architektur. Tlieil 4- Halb-Band 4, pp. 107-131. 

Darmstadt. 1885.) *8o92.52.4 

Panoramen. Von Jacob Lieblein und Henirich Wagner. Illus. 

Plans. (In Handbuch der Architektur. Theil 4. Halb-Band 4, 

pp. 410-425. Darmstadt. 1885.) *8o92.52.4 

Literatur, p. 425. 

Wagner, Leopold. 

How to get on the stage, and how to succeed there. London. Chatto 

& Windus. 1899. ix, 181 pp. *2576.i57 

The pantomimes and all about them: their origin, history, preparation 

and exponents. London. Heywood. [iSSi.] 60 pp. **T.48.8 

The stage, with the curtain raised: by An actor. London. Wagner. 

[1881.] IS, (i) pp. **T.77.2o8 

A discussion of various ways of getting on the stage. 

Same. Heywood. 32 pp. **T.77.209 

Wagner, Wilhelm Richard. 

Letters to Emil Heckel: with a brief history of the Bayreuth festivals. 
Translated and indexed by Wm. Ashton Ellis. London. Richards. 
1899. vii, 154 PP- 40493.65 

Edited by Karl Heckel. 
Wagner, Wilhelm Richard. Works about. 

Appia, a. La mise en scene du drame wagnerien. Paris. 1895. 

No. 4 in **M.372.39 
Wahle, Julius. 

Das Weimarer Hoftheater unter Goethes Leitung. Aus neuen 

Quellen bearbeitet. Weimar. 1892. xxxii, 334, (2) pp. [Goethe- 

Gesellschaft. Schriften. 6.] 2907.37 

Das weimarische Hoftheater unter Goethes Leitung. Zur Feier des 

hundertsten Jahrestages seiner Griindung. Braunschweig. Wester- 

mann. 1891. (3), 29 pp. Illus. Portraits. Facsimiles. 2891.7 

Wahrheit, Die, auf der Biihne. Sittenberger, H. **T.75.26 

Wajang poerwa, t)e. Serrurier, L. *Cab.8o.29.3 

Waldron, Francis Godolphin. 

To the nobility, gentry, and others, inhabitants of Richmond, and 
the adjacent villas and villages. [Richmond. 17/6.] _ 8 pp. 

Relates to the Theatre Royal, Richmond. No. 2 in **G.3824.6 

Waldron, Francis Godolphin, compiler. 

The ancient and modern miscellany; or, Shakesperean museum: con- 
taining a re-publication of scarce and valuable tracts; biographical 
anecdotes of theatrical performers, with scarce and original 
poetry. [Anon.] London: Printed for E. and S. Harding. 1794- 
(i), ii, 22, 84, 5 PP-, 32 ff., 45 PP- Plates. **G.39i7.i7 

Same. The Shakespearean miscellany: containing a . collection of 
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performers; with portraits of ancient and modern actors: (of 
many of whom there are no prints extant) scarce and original 
poetry; and curious remains of antiquity. A concise history of 
the early English stage. Printed chiefly from MSS. London. 
Lackington, Allen & Co. 1802. (3), 45, 3, 84, 50 pp. 2595.2 

The contents differ slightly from those of the preceding edition. Another copy 
is on shelf-number **G.39i7.i8. 

Same. Manson. 1804. **G.39i7.i9 

Waldron, Francis Godolphin, editor. 

DowNES, J. Roscius Anglicanus, or, an historical review of the 
stage from 1660, to 1706. With additions, by Thomas Davies. 
London. 1789. **T.77.2; etc. 

Waldron, Francis Godolphin, and others. 

A compendious history of the English stage, from the earliest period 
to the present time. Containing a candid analysis of all dramatic 
writings, a liberal and impartial criticism on the merits of theatrical 
performers, and a sketch of the lives of such as have been eminent 
in their profession. By Waldron, Dibdin, &c. London: Printed 
for J. S. Jordan by J. S. Barr. 1800. (4), I74 PP- Plate. **T.79.29 

Relates to the London theatres. The engraved title-page reads: The curtain; 
or, an impartial history of the English stage. Another copy is on shelf-number 
**T.79.i7. 

Waldstein, Max. 

Aus Wiens lustiger Theaterzeit. Erinnerungen an Josefine Gall- 
meyer. (istes Tausend.) Berlin. Jacobsthal. 1885. (4), 227, 
(i) pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.57.228 

Same. (3tes Tausend.) 4837.20 

Bekenntnisse eines Hoftheater-Direktors. Theater-Roman. Grossen- 
hain. Baumert & Ronge. 1883. 2 v. in i. **T.87.i6 

Walker, R/frs. Dr. . 

Reminiscences of the life of the world-renowned Charlotte Cushman, 
compiled from various records, by Mrs. Dr. Walker, her chosen 
medium. With some of her spirit experiences, expressions of 
regret, etc. Boston. Tenny. 1876. 96 pp. Portraits. Auto- 
graph facsimiles. **T.97.24i 

The cover-title reads, $600,000. Charlotte Cushman. How she made her 
fortune. Another copy is on shelf-number No. 4 in *444oa. 37. 

Walkley, Arthur Bingham. 

Playhouse impressions. London. Unwin. 1892. viii, 261, (i) pp. 

4577.141 ;**T.47.io7 
Wallace, Charles William. 

The Children of the Chapel at Blackfriars, 1597-1603. Lincoln, Neb. 
1908. xii, 207 pp. [University of Nebraska. University studies. 
Vol. 8, nos. 2, 3.] , *3595-i04.8 

The evolution of the English drama up to Shakespeare, with a history 
of the first Blackfriars Theatre. A survey based upon original 
records now for the first time collected and published. Berlin. 
Reimer. 1912. xxi, 246 pp. [Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, 
Weimar. Schriften. Band 4.] 4593-203 

The text is in English only: the title is repeated in German. 

The first London theatre: materials for a history. Lincoln, Neb. 
1913. 297 pp. [University of Nebraska. University studies. Vol. 
13, nos. I, 2, 3-] *3595-io4.i3 

Relates to "The theatre" in Shoreditch, London. 

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Wallace, Charles William. (Continued.) 

Shakespeare and his London associates as revealed in recently dis- 
covered documents. Lincoln, Neb. 1910. 100 pp. [University 
of Nebraska. University studies. Vol. 10, no. 4.] 

No. 4 in 3595.104.10 

Three London theatres of Shakespeare's time. [Lincoln, Nebraska.] 

1909. 56 pp. [University of Nel^raska. University studies. Vol. 

9, no. 4, part i.] No. 4 in *3595-io4-9 

Wallace, Ellen. 

Sketches of Mr. Macready's attitudes in Ion. N. p. [183-?] (3) pp. 
12 portraits. **T.53.20 

Wallack, James William. 

MoRRELL, T. H. A sketch of the life of James William Wallack, 
(Senior), late actor and manager. [Anon.] New York. 1865. 
Portrait. **T.55.2i ; etc. 

Wallack, John Johnstone. (Lester Wallack.) 

Memories of fifty years. With an introduction by Laurence Hutton. 

New- York. Scribner 1889. xiv, 232 pp. Portraits. Plates. 

Facsimiles. ^ 4342.88; **T.57.207 

Same, xiv, 190 pp. **T.55.44 

Deals mainly with the history of Wallack's Theatre, and the actors who appeared 
there. 

Wallack, Lester. See Wallack, John Johnstone. 

Wallet, The, of time. Winter, W. 4395-220 

Wallett, V.'illiam Frederick. 

The public life of W. F. Wallett, the Queen's jester: an autobiography 
of forty years' professional experience and travels in the United 
Kingdom, the United States, Canada, South America, Mexico, the 
West Indies, &c. Edited by John Luntley. London. Bemrose. 
1870. xvi, 188 pp. Portrait. Autograph facsimile. **T.57.30i 

Wallner, Franz W. 

Riickblicke auf meine theatralische Laufbahn und meine Erlebnisse 
an und ausser der Biihne. Berlin. Gerschel. 1864. 286 pp. 

4847-30 
Walsh, Townsend. 

The career of Dion Boucicault. New York. The Dunlap Society. 
1915. xviii, 224 pp. Portraits. **T.95.i5i 

Bibliography of Boucicault's works, pp. 2^0-224. 

Walter, Frank Keller, compiler. 

The modern drama; its traits, tendencies and technique. [Bibli- 
ographies.] (In Modern drama and opera. Vol. 2, pp. 15-32. 
Boston. 1915.) *2i75.37.2 

Contents. — A few recent general bibliographies. — Books and articles on the 
drama. — Drama in education. — Motion pictures and the drama. 

Walter, Friedrich. 

Geschichte des Theaters und der Musik am kurpfalzischen Hofe. 
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1898. (9), 378 pp. Plate. Plan. 
[Forschungen zur Geschichte Mannheims und der Pfalz. i.] 

6871.40 
Walton, Henry. 

Pleadings in a theatrical lawsuit. Temp. Henry viii. (From the 
Records of the Court of Requests. [John Rastell v. Henry 
Walton.] (In English garner. An. Fifteenth century prose and 
verse. Pp. 305-321. Westminster. 1903.) 4557-43 

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Wandering patentee, The. Wilkinson, T. **T.77.69 

War among the blacks. A full report of the celebrated chancery suit, 
Montague & VVilsom versus Moore, Crocker, Ritter, and Hamil- 
ton, proprietors and managers of the Christy Minstrels, February 
8th, 1865. Liverpool. Holme & Copley. 1865. (4), 80 pp. 

**T.96.i76 
Warburton, William, Bishop of Gloucester. 

CiBBER, T. The lives and characters of the most eminent actors 

of Great Britain and Ireland, from Shakespear to the present 

time. Part i: Barton Booth. Prefixed, A familiar epistle to Mr. 

William Warburton. London. 1753. **T.57.i63 

Ward, Artemus, pseud. See Browne, Charles Farrar. 

Ward, Genevieve. 

GusTAFSON, Z. B. Genevieve Ward. A biographical sketch from 

original material derived from her family and friends. Boston. 

1882. Portrait. 4349-97; **T.58.37; etc. 

Memoir of Genevra Guerrabella [pseud, of Genevieve Ward]. New 

York. 1863. Portrait. No. 2 in **M. 148.7 

Ward, Lucy Genevieve Teresa, Comtesse de Gucrhcl. See Ward, Genevieve. 

Ward, Sarah. 

Letters which passed between Mr. West Digges, comedian, and Mrs. 
Sarah Ward, 1752-1759. Edinburgh. Stevenson. 1833. xi, 160 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number **fi.3755.i5. **T.56.225 

Ward, Valentine. 

The stage, a dangerous and irreconcilable enemy to Christianity, 
asserted and proved, in a letter addressed to a comedian. 2d 
edition. Aberdeen. Chalmers & Co. 1819. 45, (i) pp. **T.96.69 
Ward, Valentine. Works about. 

M., E. A brief defence of the stage, against the attacks of the 
Methodists and other sectarians; in a letter to a friend, intended 
chiefly as a reply to a pamphlet, written by Mr. Valentine Ward, 
entitled, "The stage; a dangerous and irreconcilable enemy to 
Christianity." Dublin. 1824. **T.76.88 

Ware, John Fothergill Waterhouse. 

May I go to the theatre? A discourse delivered in Baltimore, before 
the Society of the Church of the Savior, Feb'y sth, 1871. Balti- 
more. [1871.] 21 pp. 7464.135 

In favor of the theatre. 

Same. [Extract. Philadelphia. 187-?] 4 pp. No. 35 in **G.3822.3 
Wargrave theatricals. See Barry, Richard, seventh Earl of Barrymore. 
Warning, A, against attendance at the theatre. Kempthorne, Rev. J. 

**T.76.66 
Warning, A, to professors. Hill, R. **T.96.ii3; etc. 

Warren, Lavinia. See Stratton, Lavinia Warren. 
Warren, Minnie. 

Sketch of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners of 
Charles S. Stratton, the man in miniature, known as General Tom 
Thumb, and his wife, Lavinia Warren Stratton; also, of Com- 
modore Nutt and Minnie Warren. New York. 1863. Illus. Por- 
traits. Plates. **T.58.62;etc. 
Warren, William, 1767-18 32. 

Warren family. The. Issued for private distribution only. Printed 
and presented to Edward Marble. New York. 1893. 

No. 2 in **T.54.33 
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Warren, William, 1812-1888. 

Ball, W. T. W. Life and memoirs of William Warren, Boston's 
favorite comedian. With a full account of his golden jubilee. 
Fifty years of an actor's life. [Boston. 1888.] Portraits. 

4343.217; **T.58.8; etc. 

Same. Extra illustrated by Lucius Poole. **T.54,33 

[William Warren. A collection of newspaper clippings, magazine 

articles, etc. Boston? 19—?] Ulus. Portraits. **T.55.i39 

Warren family, The. Issued for private distribution only. Printed 

and presented to Edward Marble, with the compliments of A. S. 

Seer, theatrical printer. New York. 1893. 17 pp. 

This is principally an account of the elder Warren. No. 2 in **T.54.33 

Warwick, England. Theatres. 

Four theatrical addresses: upon the providential preservation of His 

Majesty's life, at Drury-Lane Theatre. Upon the preliminaries 

of peace. Upon the opening of the new theatre at Warwick. And 

a farewell epilogue. [Poems.] Alcester. [1803?] **T.97.93 

Was ich erlebte. Haase, F. **T.55-35 

Washington, George. 

Ford, P. L. Washington and the theatre. New-York. 1899. Plate. 

**T.95.2i 
Washington, D. C. Theatres. Ford's theatre. 

[Programme.] April 14th, 1865. Benefit and last night of Miss 
Laura Keene. [Washington, D. C. 1891.] **T.ii.7 

A facsimile of the programme of the night of Lincoln's assassination. 

Washington, D. C. Theatres. New National theatre. 

Hunter, A., and J. H. Polkinhorn. New National Theater, Wash- 
ington, D. C. A record of fifty years. Washington. 1885. lUus. 
Portrait. Plate. *4379a.i34 

Waterloo, Battle of, 1815. Viezvs. 

Barker, H. A. Description of the field of battle, and disposition 
of the troops engaged in the action, fought on the 18th of June, 
1815, near Waterloo; illustrative of the representation of that 
great event in the panorama, Leicester Square. [London.] 1816. 
Plate. **T.96.296 

Watermen. 

Taylor, J., the Water Poet. The trve cavse ol the watermen's suit 
concerning players, and the reasons that their playing on London 
side is their extreame hindrances. With a relation how farre that 
suit was proceeded in, and the occasions that it was not effected. 
[London. 1872.] **T.76.i45; etc. 

Waters, Edmund 

In chancery. The King's Theatre, or. Opera House. Copy of the 
short-hand writer's notes, taken at the hearing of the cause before 
the vice-chancellor; in which Abraham Henry Chambers, and his 
assignees were the plaintiffs, and Edmund Waters, and the 
executors of the late William Taylor, were the defendants. To- 
gether with the judgment pronounced. London. [Brettell.] 
1829. 333, (i) PP- No. 5 in **G.3822.4.2 

Relates to His Majesty's Theatre, London. 

Waters, Clara Erskine Clement. See Clement, Clara Erskine. 

Waters, Edmund. 

The opera glass. Exhibiting all the curious proceedings of the 
King's Theatre; together with the original letters and papers, 

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Waters, Edmund. (Continued.) 

which have passed between the present proprietors, since the 
decease of Francis Goold, Esq. London. Chappie. 1808. 148 pp. 

Another copy is on shelf-number No. lo in **G.3824.4. **M.376.6l 

A Statement of matters, relatiA'e to the King's Theatre. 2d edition. 
London. Ebens. 1818. (4), 27 pp. **T.76.i30 

Anothei copy is on shelf-number No. 6 in **G.3824.3. 

Waterston, Anna Cabot Quincy. 

Adelaide Phillipps. Boston. Williams & Co. 1883. (3), 170 pp. 
Plate. 4345.81 ;**M.ioi. 10 

Same. 2d edition. Cupples, Upham & Co. **P.ii.69i7 

Watkins, Ben William. 

Outlines of the life of William Bestow, editor and proprietor of the 

"Theatrical Journal." With occasional reference to contemporary 

theatrical events and personages. London. Lacy. 1864. (2), ii, 

no pp. Portrait. **T.58.28 

Watson, Aaron. 

The Savage Club. A medley of history, anecdote and reminiscence. 
With a chapter by Mark Twain [pseud.]. London. Unwin. 1907. 
xii, 327 pp. Illus. Portraits, some colored. Plates. Facsimiles. 

*2497.202 

The members are connected professionally with literature, art, science, the 
drama, or music. 

Watson, James. 

An address to the inhabitants of Manchester, on theatricals, by a 
townsman. Manchester. Bancks. [1803.] 8 pp. **T.77.29 

Verses relating to the Theatre Royal, Manchester. 

Watson, James, editor. 

Townsman, The, no. 1-24; (to be continued occasionally). Addressed 

to the inhabitants of Manchester, on theatricals. Manchester. 

[1803-05.] **T.26.65;etc. 
Waugh, Frank Albert. 

Outdoor theaters. The design, construction and use of open-air 

auditoriums. Boston. Badger. [1917-] i5i PP- Ulus. Plates. 

Plans. 4098.86 

BibHography, pp. 143-145. 

Wayfaring men. Bayly, A. E. **T.87.42 

Weaver, John. 

The history of the mimes and pantomimes, with an historical account 
of several performers in dancing, living in the time of the Roman 
emperors. To which will be added, a list of the modern enter- 
tainments that have been exhibited on the English stage. Lon- 
don: Printed for J. Roberts. 1728. (3), 56 pp. 

No. 7 in **G.3824.i7 
Weddigen, Friedrich Heinrich Otto. 

Geschichte der Theater I^eutschlands in hundert Abhandlungen dar- 
gestellt, nebst einem einleitenden Riickblick zur Geschichte der 
dramatischen Dichtkunst und Schauspielkunst. Berlin. Frens- 
dorff. [1906.] 2 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Facsimiles. 

Quellennachweise, vol. i, pp. 1-5. *287I.Il8 

Wedmore, Sir Frederick. 

Memories. London. Methuen & Co., Ltd. [1912.] viii, (i), 230, 
(i) pp. 4544-218 

Includes sketches of the Terrys, Pierre Berton, "Sarah," Desclee, Henry Irving, 
Mrs. Kendal, and other actors. 



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Weekly Dramatic Register, The, a concise history of the London stage 
for T825-27. Compiled from The Theatrical Observer. Vol. 1-3. 
London. Thomas. 1825-27. 3 v. **T.26.i5 

The Theatrical Observer may be found on shelf-number **T.26.2. 

Same. Vol. i. 1825. **K.35.4i 

Weekly Review, The, and dramatic critic. Vol. 1-3. Edmburgh. Robin- 
son. 1852, 53- 3 V. in i. **T.27.6 
Weekly Theatrical Reporter, The, and Music Hall review. Xo. 1-14. 

Dec. 14, 1867 -Mar. 14, 1868. [London.] 1867, 68. **T.23.io 

Wegelin, Oscar. 

Early American plays, 1714-1830: being a compilation of the titles 

of plays by American authors published and performed in America 

previous to 1830. Edited with an introduction by John Malone. 

New York. 1900. xxvi, (i), 113 pp. [Dunlap Society.] **T.95.23 
Same. A compilation of the titles of plays and dramatic poems 

written by authors born in or residing in North America previous 

to 1830. 2d edition. New York. The Literary Collector Press. 

1905. 94 pp. Portrait. Facsimiles. *4504.87 

Micah' Hawkins and The saw-mill. A sketch of the first successful 

American opera and its author. New York. Privately printed. 

1917. (13) pp. Portrait. Facsimiles. *4047.349 

Wegener, Richard. 

Die Biihneneinrichtung des Shakespeareschen Theaters nach den 

zeitgenossischen Dramen. Halle a. S. Niemeyer. 1907. iv, 164 pp. 

Illus. Facsimiles. 4595-178 

Wehl, Feodor von. 

Fiinfzehn Jahre Stuttgarter Hoftheater-Leitung. Ein Abschnitt aus 

meinem Leben. Hamburg. Richter. 1886. vii, 554 pp. Portrait. 

Plate. Autograph facsimile. **T.76.30 

Zeit und Menschen. Tagebuch-Aufzeichnungen aus den Jahren von 

1863-18S4. Altona. Reher. 1889. 2892.57 

Relates chiefly to the theatres in Germany. 

Weilen, Alexander Weil, Riffer von. 

Geschichte des Wiener Theaterwesens von den altesten Zeiten bis 

zu den Anfangen der Hof-Theater. Wien. Gesellschaft fitr 

vervielfaltigende Kunst. 1899. (8), 170 pp. Illus. Portraits. 

Plates. [Die Theater Wiens. Band i.] *Cab.28.27.2.i 

Hamlet auf der deutschen Biihne bis zur Gegenwart. Berlin. Reimer. 

1908. ix, fi). 200 pp. [Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. 

Schriften. Band 3.] 4593-202 

Das k. k. Hofburgtheater seit seiner Begruendung. Von O. Teuber 

[und] A. von Weilen. Wien. Gesellschaft fiir vervielfaltigende 

Kunst. 1896-1906. 3 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. [Die Theater 

Wiens. Band 2.] ^ *Cab.28.27.2.2 

Weilen, Alexander Weil, Rifter von, editor. 

CosTENOBLE, C. L Tagcbiicher von seiner Jugend bis zur tJbersied- 

lung nach Wien (1818). Auf Grundlage der Originalhandschrift 

mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen. Berlin. 1912. 2 v. 6907.28 
Laube, H. Theaterkritiken und dramaturgische Aufsatze. Berlin. 

1906. 2 V. Portraits. 6907.18 

Weimar, Germany. Theatres. 

HoEFER, C. Weimarische Theaterveranstaltungen zur Zeit des 

Herzogs Wilhelm Ernst. Weimar. 1914. **T.74.22 

Schmidt, H. Erinnerungen eines weimarischen Veteranen aus dem 

geselligen, literarischen und Theater-Leben. Leipzig. 1856. 

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Weimar, Germany. Theatres. Hoftheater. 

Bartels, a. Chronik des weimarischen Hoftheaters, 1817-1907. 

Festschrift zur Einweihung des neuen Hoftheater-Gebaudes 11. 

Januar 1908. Weimar. 1908. 2878.187 

BuRKHARDT, C. A. H. Das Repertoire des weimarischen Theaters 

unter Goethes Leitung, 1791-1817. Hamburg. 1891. 6872.36 

Genast, E. Aus Weimars klassischer und nachklassischer Zeit. 

Erinnerungen eines alten Schauspielers. Stuttgart. [1912?] 

Portraits. 2877.210 

Pasque, E. H. a. Goethe's Theaterleitung in Weimar. In Episoden 

und Urkunden dargestellt. Leipzig. 1863. 2 v. 4889a.8 

Wahle, J. Das Weimarer Hoftheater unter Goethes Leitung. Aus 

neuen Quellen bearbeitet. Weimar. 1892. 2907.37 
Das w