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PUBLICATIONS 



GEO. H. BAKER, Librarian 



No. 1. 

List of Books Chiefly on the Drama and 

— Literary Criticism 

"Ex Dono Amid Littcrariini " 



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The books here enumerated were bought from a sum of money given anony 
mously through Professor G. E. Woodberry and were selected by him. The] 
were gathered to enlarge the material available for the department of litera 
ture in the University, and supplement the collections in the same field already 
in the library. The list, therefore, by no means represents the resources o: 
the library in these topics. Beside works on the drama and literary criticism 
many other works deemed desirable were included in the selection. 



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COLLECTIONS 



Amaud, Fram^is, sbbe. 1720-84, andSnard, J. 
B. A., 1733-1817. Varietes littemires ; ou, Recueil 
de piices, tant originales que traduites, concernant 
la philosophie, la litteralure et les arts. Nouv. ed. 
. . . [Anon.] /'an'j, an X[l-tB04. O, 4 v. 



BeaiUtlsB of the EnglJEh drama, digested alpha- 
betically according to the date of their performances ; 
consisting of the most celebrated passages . . . con- 
tained in the works of Shakespeare [and others]. . . 
Londott. 1777. D. 4 V. 

Bell, .Tohn, 1745-1831, pub. Bell's classical ar- 
rangement of fugitive poetry. . . London, lySg- 
iBoa. S. 13 V. in 9. 

Bibliophile (Le) beige. Bruxtlles. 1866-79. 
O. pi. V. 1-14. 

British poets, including translations. Chismick, 
1822. S. lOCJV. 

y. 1-5 Chaucer, Geoffrey. 13407-1400. Poems. 
V. 6-ia Spenser, Edmund. i553?-^g. Poems. 
V. 13-15 Cowley, Abraham. 1618-67. Poems. 
V. i6-[8 Milton. John. 1608-74. Poems. 
V. 19-20 Waller, Edmund. 1605-87. Poems. 
V. 20 Denham. Sir John. 1615-69. Poems. 

Roscommon, W. Dillon, 4th ear! of. 
1633 ?-85. Poems, 
y. 21-22 Butler, Samuel. 1612-80. Poems. 
7.23-25 Dry den, John. 1631-1700. Poems. 
V. 26 Addison, Joseph. 1672-1719. Poems. 
V. 27 Garth, Sic Samuel. 1661-1719. Poems. 

TiciteU, Thomas. 1685-1740. Poems. 
V. 28 Smith, Edmund. 1668-1710. Poems. 

Blaekmore, Sir Richard, M.D. -1729. 
Poem [Creation], 
V. 29 Pomfret, Rey. John. 1667-1703. Poems. 

Fenton, Elijah. 1683-1730. Poems. 
'- SO'Si Prior, Matthew. 16(14-1721. Poems. 
V. 32-33 Gay. John. 1685-1732. Poems. 
V. 34 Philips, Ambrose. 1675-1749. Poems. 

Pamel!, Thomas. 1679-1717. Poems. 

West, Gilbert. 1706-36. Poems. 
V. 35 Savage, Richard. 1696-1743. Poems. 
Y. 36 Someryjlle. William. 1677-1742. Poems. 
V. 37-38 Swift, Jonathan. 1667-1745. Poems. 
V. 39 Broome, Rev. William. 1689-1743. Poems. 
y. 40-42 Pope, Alexander. 16BS-1744. Poems. 
V. 43-44 Thomson, James. 1700-48. Poems. 
y. 44 Collins, William. 1721-59. Poems. 
V. 45-46 Watts. Isaac. 1674-174S. Poems. 
V. 46 Yalden, Rev. Thomas. 1671 7-1735. 

Poems. 
V, 47-48 Shenslone, William, 1714-53- Poems. 
V. 48 Mallet, David. 17057-65. Poems, 
y. 49-51 Young, Edward, 1684-1765. Poems. 
V. 52-53 Akenside, Mark. 1721-70. Poems. 
T. S3 Dyer, John. 17007-58. Poems. 
V. 54 Thompson, William. 1713-66. Poems. 

Green, Matthew. 1696-1737. Poems. 
V. 55 Gray, Thomas. 1716-71. Poems. 

Jago, Richard. 1715-81. Poems. 



56 Lyttleton, G. Lyttleton.lst baron. 1709- 

73- Poems. 
Moore, Edward. 1712-57. Poems. 

57 Hamilton, William. 1704-54. Poems, 

58 Falconer, William. 1732-69. Poems. 
Day, Thomas. 1748-89. Poems. 

Blair. Rev. Robert. 1699-1746. Poems,- 
Glynn, Robert, M.D. 1719-1800. Poems. 
Porieus, Beiiby, bp. 1731-1E08. Poem 
[Death]. 

59 Grainger, James, M.D. 1721 ?-6&. Poems. 
Boyse. Samuel. 1708-49. Poems. 

60 Hill, Aaron. 1685-1750. Poems. 
Caw thorn, James. 1719-61. Poems. 
Bruce, Michael. 1746-67. Poems. 

. 61-62 Churchill, Charles. 1731-64. Poems. 

63 Hammond, James. 1710-42. Poems. 
Shaw, Cuthbert. 1738-71. Poems. 
Lovibond, Edward. 1724-75. Poems, 
Penrose, Thomas. 1743-79. 

64 Cunningham John 1729-73. Poems. 
Goldsmith Ohver 1728-74. Poems. 

65 Langhome John 1735-79. Poems. 
60 Mickle W J 1735-88. Poems. 

Smollett T G 1721-71. Poems. 

67 Armstrong John M D 1709-79. Poems, 
Johnson bamuel 1709-84. Poems. 

68 Watton Rev Thomas 172S-90. Poems. 
Warton Kev Joseph 1722-1800. Poems, 

69 Glover, Richard. 1712-85. Poems. 

70 Scott, John. 1730-83. Poems. 
Logan, Rev. John. 1748-88. Poema. 

71 Jenyns, Soame. 1704-87. Poems. 
Wilkie, Rev. William. 1721-72. Poems. 
Graeme, James. 1749-72. Poems. 

72 Cooper, J. G. 1723-69. Poems. 
Colton. Nathaniel, M.D. 1705-88. Poems. 

73 Hoyland, Francis, fl. 1763. Poems. 
Moore, Sir J. H. 1756-80. Poems. 
Headley, Henry. 1765-88. Poems. 
Russell, Thomas. 1762 ?-88. Poems. 
Oram, S. W. 17677-93. Poems. 
Barapfylde. J. C. 1754-96. Poems. 
Lovell, Robert. 16307-90. Poems. 
Day, Thomas. 174S-S9. Desolation o£ 

74 Jones. Sir William. 1745-94. Poems. 
5-76 Burns, Robert. 1759-95. Poems. 

7-78 Mason, William, canon. 1724-97. Poems. 

78 Beattie, James. 1735-1803. Poems. 
)-So Cowper, William. 173I-1800. Poems. 
1-82 Homer, Ihad, tr. by Pope. 
3-84 Homer. Odyssey, tr. by Pope. 
5-87 Virgil. Works, tr. by Dryden. 
88 Itesiod. Works, tr. by Cooke. 

Coluihus. fl. 6th cent. Rape of Helen, 

tr. by Meen. 
Eupolis, Hymn to the Creator, Ir. by 
Wesley. 
8g Pindar. Odes, tr. by West, Greene, and 
Pye. 
Anacrcon. Odes. tr. by Fawkes. 
Sappho. Odes, tr. by Fawkes. 
Mus^uB. Loves of Hero and Leander, 
tr. by Fawkes. 



EX DONO AMICI LITTER A RUM 



British poets (continued,) 

V. 90-91 Apollonius Rhodius. Argonautics, tr, by 
Preston. 

Y. 92 Theocritus. Idyllia, epigrams, and frag- 
ments, tr. by Polwhele. 
Bion. Idyllia and fragments, tr. by Pol- 
whele. 
Moschus. Idyllia, tr. by Polwhele. 
Tyrtaeus. Elegies, tr. by Polwhele. 

V. 93 Tibullus. Elegies, tr. by Grainger. 
Sulpicia. Poems, tr. by Grainger. 

V. 94-95 Ovid. Metamorphoses, tr. by Garth and 
others. 

V. 96-97 Juvenal. Satires, tr. by Dryden. 

V. 97 Persius. Satires, tr. by Dryden and 
others. 

V. 97-98 Horace. Odes, satires, and epistles, tr. 
by Francis. 

V. 99-100 Lucan. Pharsalia, tr. by Rowe. 

V. 100 Vida, M. G., vescovo, 1480?-! 566. Art 
of poetry, tr. by Pitt. 

B^llen, Arthur Henry, 1857-, compiler. Antient 
drolleries. . . London^ 1890-91. O. 2 pts. in I. 
I pi. 
Contents : 

f Cobbes prophecies. 
8 Pimlyco. 

Collection of old English plays. London^ 



1882-85. Sq. O. 4. V. 

v. I Tragedy of Nero. 1624. 

Day, John. fl. 1606. Maydes metamor- 
phosis. 1600. 

Shirley, Henry. 17th cent. Martyr'd soul- 
dier. 1638. 

Rowley, Samuel. -1633. Noble souldier. 
1634. 
V. 2 Play of Dick of Devonshire. 

Glapthome, Henry, fl. 1639. Lady Mother ; 
a comedy. 

Fletcher, John, 1 579-1625, and Massinger, 
Philip, 1583-1640. Tragedy of Sir John 
Van Olden Bamavelt. 

Shirley, James. 1 596-1666. Captain Under- 
wit. 
V. 3 Sir Gyles Goosecappe, knight ; a comedy. 
1606. 

Wisdome of Doctor Dodypoll. 1600. 

Distracted emperor ; a tragi-comedy. 

History of the tryall of chevalry. 1605. 
V. 4 Yarrington, Robert. Two lamentable trage- 
dies. 1 601. 

Heywood, Thomas. ,-1650. Captives ; or. 
The lost recovered. A comedy, 

Costlie whore ; a comicall historic. 1633. 

Everie woman in her humor. 1609. 

Chalmers, Alexander, 1 759-1 834, compiler. 
Works of the English poets, from Chaucer to 
Cowper, including the series edited with ]>refaces, 
biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. . . 
London^ 18 10. O. 21 v. 

Collectanea adamantaea ; Edmund Goldsmid, 
ed. Edinburgh, \^'^\'%%. S. 15 v. 

Contents : 
v. 3 Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce. 1571-1631. Cot- 
toni posthuma ; divers choice pieces . . . 
exposed to publick light ... by J[ames] 
H[owells] ; ed. by Edmund Goldsmid. 
Edin,, 1884-88. S. 4 V. in I. 



V. 4 Linguet, Simon Nicolas Henri. 1736-94. 
Memoirs of the Bastille, tr. from the French 
. . . ed. by Edm. Goldsmid. Edin,, 
1884-87. S. 4 V. in I. 

V. 5 Ritson, Joseph, 1752-1803, editor. Ancient 
popular poetry ; from authentic mss. and 
old printed copies . . . revised by Edm. 
Goldsmid. j&</t»., 1884. S. 2 v. in i. ill. 

▼, 6 Cohausen, Johann Heinrich. 1665-1750. 
Hermippus redivivus ; or. The sage's 
triumph over old age and the grave ; 
[tr. by John Campbell] ed. by Edm. 
Goldsmid. Edin , 1885. S. 3 v. in I. 

y. 10 Chronicle of London from 44 Hen. III. to 
17 Edw. III. fr«m a ms. in the Cottonian 
library by Edm. Goldsmid. . . Edin,, 
1885-86. S. 3 v. in I. 

V. II Thou, Jacques Auguste de. 1553-1617. True 
narration of that horrible conspiracy against 
Kin^ James and the whole Parliament of 
England commonly called the Gunpowder 
treason ; written in Latine and rendered 
into English, j^^t'^i., 1885. S. 64 pp. 

V. la Goldsmid, Edmund, compiler. Collection of 
epitaphs and inscriptions interesting either 
from historical associations or quaintness 
of wording. ^^/«., 1885-86. S. 2 v. in i. 

Y. 15 Goldsmid, Edmund, ed. and tr. Un-natural 
history ; or. Myths of ancient science ; 
now first tr. from the Latin and ed. with 
notes. . . Edin.y 1886. S. 4 v. in i. 

v. 16 Anacreon. Works of Anacreon and Sappho, 
done from the Greek by several hands ; 
also Bion's Idyllium upon the death of 
Adonis by the Earl of Winchelsea ; ed. by 
Edm. Goldsmid. Edin., 1886. S. 63 pp. 

v. 17 Provost d' Exiles, Antoine Frangois, abb^. 
1697-1763. History of Manon Lescaut 
and the Chevalier des Grieux ; a tr. by D. 
C. Moylan, revised ... by Edmund Gold- 
smid. Edin., 1886. S. 3 V. in I. 
Blumler, Martin Frederick. History of amu- 
lets, Englished from the Latin by S. H. 
Edin., 1887. S. 2 V. in i. 

V. 20 Le Bouvier, Gilles. 1386-1460. Recovery of 
Normandy from the English in 1449 ; tr. 
from the French . . . [by J oseph Steven- 
son] ed. by Edm. Goldsmid. Edin., 1887. 

y SI Estienne, Antoine. Charitable remonstrance 
addressed to the wives and maidens of 
France, touching their dissolute adorn- 
ments . . . with two curious elegies ; tr. 
from the French by William Rooke. Edin, , 
1887. S. 56 pp. 

y. 22 Pathomachia ; or, The battell of affections ; 
shadowed by a faigned siedge of the citie 
Pathopolis. Edin,, 18S7. S. 52 pp. 
Niau, des, counsellor at la Fl^che. 



y. 18 



y. 23 



y. 25 



History of the devils of Loudun ; the 
alleged possession of the Ursuline nuns, 
and the trial and execution of Urbain 
Grandier . . . tr. from the Fr. and edited 
by Edm. Goldsmid. [Anon.] Edin,, 
1887. D. 3. V. in I. 
Cockbum, Rev. John. 165 2-1 729. History 
of duels. . . Edin., iSSS. S. 2v. ini. 



Collection de poesies, romans, chroniques 
. . . publiee d'apres aanciens mss, . . des XV* et 
XVP si^cles. Paris [1838-58]. T. 24 pts. in 












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DRAMA, POETRY, AND CHITICIS. 



Collectioa de poesies {continatd.^ 

1 Les sept marchans de Naples, IS30? 

3 Gringore. P. 1475?-I544? Maistra Ali- 

boznm ^ <le (out se mesle. 15- ? 

3 Sensaytiet plusieurs belles chansana, [Re- 
print, iSsB.] 

4 Seauyl le romant de Richarl. 15- ?, 

5 Parmcntier, J. I4W-1530- Moralite tres «- 
cellente i I'honneur de la . . . assumption Nostie 
Dame. 1527, 

6 La Veprie. J. de, abbe. comp. Lea proverbes 
communs. 1539. 

7 Nalivite de Nostre Seigneur. Jhesuchris 
[Reprint, 1839.] 

S Miracles de Nostre Dame. Miracle de Nosti 
Dame d, Berthe. leme dn Roj Pepin. [1839.] 

9 Bigorne, qui mange tous les hommes qui fot 
le cOma-Semet de leurs femmcs. [Reprint, 1840,] 

10 Mirouer des femmes veitueuses, ensemble La 
patience Griselidis. [1546] 

11 Miracle de Nostre Dame de la marqse de la 
Gaudine. [1S41.] 

12 Le myiitcrc de la vie et hystoire de Monsei| 
neurSainct Martin. [Reprint, 1S41,] 

13 La guerre er le debat enlre la ISgne, les men 
bres't le vetre. [Reprint, 1840.] 

14 Lhystoire plaisaie du noble Syperis de Vin 
vaulx. .842. 

15 Taillevent, M. fl. islh cent. Le songe de 
U thoison dor. [Reprint, 1841.] 

16 La Matche, O. de. 1426-1502. Le chevalie 
delibere. [Reprint, 1E42.] 

17 Chaperon, J. fl. 1549. Les grans regret 
. . . de madamoyselle du paDds. [Reprint, 1S42.] 

18 Bernard of Treves, Listoyre de Pierre de 
ProvSce. [Reprint, 1845.] 

IQ Froissart, J. 1337-1410? Ci sensient 
trettie de rooralite ij sappelle le temple donnoi 
[i»4S.l 

20 Rabelais. F. 1483-1553. Les grandcs 
inestimables cronicqucs du . . , grant Garyant 
"532. 

ai Gringore, P. 1475 7-1544? Sensuyl le lesl 
ment de Lucifer. 1845. 

22 Sensuyt le roman de Edipns. [1845.! 

23 Maistre Hambrellii, [185S-J 

24 La grant danse Macabre. [1S56.] 

CaUeetion of the most esteemed farces a 
entertainments performed on the Kriti^h sta| 
Edinburgh [7786-88]. D. 6 v. 

Contents : 
V. I Garrick, David. 1717-79. The i^uardiar 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The appre 

tice. 
Ravenserofl, Edward, fl. i6()0. The anal 

-1762. Floriicl and 

, 1715-7S. High life 

707-54. The mock 



Morgan, Mi 

Perdita. 
Townley, Rev. > 

below stairs. 
Fielding. Henry. 

Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. Taste. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The uphol. 

Garrick. David. 1717-70. Lethe, 
Foote. Samuel, 1720-77. The knights. 
Colman, Geoi^e. 1732-94. The deuce is 



Bickers laffe, 

Sultan. 
Mendes, Mos 
Garrick, Davi 

2 Foote, Samue 
Smollett, T. 1 

CoHey, Charlt.. -.y,,. 

Garrick. David. 1717-79. 

Fielding, Henry. I707-54. ■ ■■■^ vi,i;i.. 

Foote. Samuel. 1730-77. The lyar. 
Rousseau, J. J. 1712-78. The cunning man. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1737-1805, The old maid. 
Bickerslaffe. Isaac. I735f-l8l3? Thomas 

& Sally. 
Carey, Henry. -1743. Chrononhotonthol- 

ogos. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. Neck or nothing. 
Fielding. Henry. 1707-54. The loltery. 
Colman, Geoi^e. 1732-94. Musical ladv. 
O'Hara, Kane. 1722-82. Midas. 

3 Murphy, Arthur. 1737-1805. The citiien. 
Dodsley, Robert. 1703-64. The toy-shop. 
O'Hara, Kane. 1722-82. The golden 

pippin. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77, Englishman re- 

tum'd from Paris. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. Intriguing 

chambermaid. 



Sheridan, Thomi 



r-88. Brave Irish- 



Foot e, Samuel. 1720-77. The anther. 
Dodsley, Robert. r703--64. The king and 

the miller of Mansfield. 
Bicketstaile, Isaac. I73sf-i3i2?. The 

padlock. 
Garrick, David, 1717-79. Catherine and 

Petnichio. 
Reed, Joseph. 1723-87. The register-office. 
Garricli, David. 1717-79. Cymon. 
Woods, William. The twins. 
Dibdin, Charles. 1745-1814. The deserter. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The commissaiy. 
Hawkesworth, John. i7iS?-73. Edgarand 



Murphy. Arthur. 1727-1805, Threeweeki 

after marriage, 
Garrick, David. 1717-79- Bon Ion. 
Millon, John. 1608-74. Comus. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The orators. 
Jackman, Lsoac. fi. 1795. All the worid 'b 

a stage. 
Carey, Henry. -1743. Contrivances. 
Cibber, Colley. 1671-1757. Flora, 
Rich, John. Spirit of contradiction, 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The patron, 
, 5 Garrick, David. 1717-79. Irish widow. 

Gay, lohn, 1G85-1732, The what d'ye 

call "it. 
Carev, Henry, -1743, The dragon of 

W'antley, 
Foiite. Samuel. 1720-77. The minor. 
Trick upon trick, 
BickL-rslaffe. Isaac, i735?-iBi2? and Foote, 

Samuel. 1720-77, Dr. Last ill hischariol. 
Coffey, Charles, -1745, The boarding- 



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EX DONO AMICI UTTERARUM 



Collection of farces and entertainments {con!) 

Tate, Nahum. 1652-1715. Duke and no 
duke. 

Gibber, CoUey. 1 671-175 7. Damon and 
Phillida. 

Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. Desert island. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? He wou'd 
if he cou'd. 

Kelly, Hugh. 1739-77. Romance of an 
hour. 

Betterton, Thomas. 1635 ?-i7io. Barnaby 
Brittle. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? Daphne 
and Amintor. 
V. 6 Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The lame lover. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735 ?-i8i2 ? The 
Ephesian matron. 

O'Brien, William. -1815. Cross purposes. 

Dibdin, Charles, 1745-18 14. The water- 
man. 

Whitehead, William. 1715-85. Trip to 
Scotland. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79. May-day. The- 
atrical candidates. 

Centlivre, Mrs. S. F. F. C. 1667 7-1723. 
The ghost. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? The ab- 
sent man. 

Arne, T. A. 1710-78. The cooper. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735 ?-i8i2 ? The 
romp. 

Burgovne, Lt.-gen. John, 1722-92. Maid 
of the oaks. 

Rolt, Richard. 1724 ?-7o. Armintas. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79. Lilliput. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? The re- 
cruiting Serjeant. 

Buckingham, G. Villiers, 2d duke of. 1627- 
88. The rehearsal. 

Collections compiled or edited by J, P, Collier, 

Oollier» John Payne. 1 789-1 883. Broadside 
black-letter ballads, printed in the i6th and 17th 
centuries. . . [LondoH'\ 1868. Sq. O. 16 + 130 
p. ill. 

Five old plays, illustrating the early pro- 
gress of the English drama ; edited from copies 
either unique, or of great rarity. London [1S51]. 
Sq. Q. [9J + 20+4a6p. 
Contents : 

Knack to know a knave. 
Rare triumphs of loue and fortune. 
Wilson, Robert. -i6oo. Pleasant and stately 
morall of the ** Three lordes." Right 
excellent and famous comoedy called the 
•* Three ladies of London." 
Woodes, Nathaniel. Excellent new com- 
medie, intituled : the ** Conflict of con- 
science.** 

— — Illustrations of old English literature. 
London, 1866. Sq. O. 3 v. 

Contents : 
V. I Lamentacyon of a Christen against the citye 
of London. 
Pasquils (vxlinodia. 
Mer\-e enterlude entitled Respublica. 
Barnfield, Richard. 1 574-1627. Lady Pe- 

cuniii. 
Salter, Thomas. Mirrhor mete for all 
mothers. 



Passion of a discontented minde. 

Bamfield, Richard. 15 74-1 627. Encomion 

of Lady Pecunia. 
R., H. Newes from the Levane seas. 
v. 2 Holland, Hugh. -1633, Pancharis. 

Pikeryng, John. Newe enterlude of vice. 
First booice of the preservation of King 

Henry the VIJ. 
Churchyard, Thomas. i520?-i6o4. Wished 

reformacion of wicked rebellion. Tragedie 

of Shores wife. 
Dekker, Thomas. 1570 ?-i64i ? Seven 

deadly sinnes of London. 
Crouch, Humphrey, fl. 1635. Loves court 

of conscience. 
Lodge, Thomas. i558?-i625. Life and 

death of William Longbeard. 
Proctor, Thomas, fl. i6th cent. Trivmph 

of trueth. 
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modestie. 
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Hubbard, William. 1621-1704. Tragicall 

. . . historic of two faythfull mates. 
Vennar, Richard. Apology. 
Partridge, John. fl. 1566. Worthie hystorie 

of . . . Plasidas. 
Nash, Thomas. 1 567-1 601. Anatomie of 

absurditie. 
Jordan, Thomas. i6i2?-85. Royal arbor 

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Norton, Thomas. 1532-84. Instructions to 

the lord mayor of London. 

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2 Nash, Thomas. 1 567-1601. Strange newes 

of the intercepting certaine letters. 

3 Greene, Robert. 1560 ?-92. Quip for an 

upstart courtier. 

4 Guilpin, Edward, fl. 1598. Skialetheia. 

5 Harvey, Gabriel. 1545 ?-i630. Fovre 

letters. 

6 Nash, Thomas. 1 567-1601. Pierce Peni- 

lesse. 

7 Harvey, Gabriel. i545?-i630. New 

letter of notable contents. 

8 Harvey. Gabriel. i545?-i630. Pierce's 

supererogation. 

9 Nash, Thomas. 1 567-1601. Have with 

you to Saffron- Walden. 

10 Rowlands, Samuel. -1634? Humors 

looking glasse. 

11 Stubbes, Philip. i555?-i6io. Anatomie 

of abuses. 

12 Harvey, Gabriel. 1545 ?-i630. Trimming 

of Thomas Nashe. 

13 Basse, William. 1602-52. Pastorals and 

other workes. 

14 Rowlands, Samuel. -1634? Good newes 

and bad newes. 

15 True coppie of a discourse written by a 

gentleman employed in the late voyage 
of Spaine and Portingale. 

Nine historical letters of the reign of 

Henry VIII ; written by Reginald Pole, Thomas 
Cromwell . . . [and others]. . . London, 1S71. 
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Italian into Englishe meeler by John Drout . . . 
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Dibdin, Thomas John, 1771-1841, compiler. 
London theatre ; a collection of the most celebrated 
dramatic pieces correctly given from copies used in 
the theatres. London, 1814-16. Tt. 13 v. ill. 
Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. The rivals. 
Gay, John. 1685-1732. Beggar's opera. 
Otway. Thomas. 165 1-B5, Venice pre- 



Garrick. 



West Indi 
Ceollivi 



David. 1717-7Q. The Irish 
Richard. 1733-181:, The 

. S, F. F. C. i6fj7?-i7a3. 

Bold stroke for a wife. 
Southeme, Thomas. 1650-1745, Isabella. 
Dibdin, Charles, :745-l8l4. The quaker. 
Vanbrugh, Sir John, 1666-1726, and Cib- 

ber, Colley, 1671-1757. The provoked 

husband. 
Home. John, 1728-1808. Douglas. 
BickerstaHe, Isaac, 1735?-I8i3? Love 

AUingham, J. T. fl. 1799. Fortune's frolic. 
Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1743-t8o'j. The 



racagem. 



Moore, Edward. 



2-57- 



Macklii 

of the «>jrld. 
Murphy. Arthur, i 

daughter. 
Bickerstaife, Isaac. 

of the mill. 
Townley, Rev. Jami 

below stairs. 
Goldsmith, Oliver. 



Richard. 

Lt.'gen. John. 17Z2-9Z. Richard 
; Lion. 

Ctiaries. 1697 ?-i7i)7. The man 
urld. 

The Grecian 



735 ?- 



, Them 



s. 1715-73. High life 
1728-74. She stoops to 



8 



^X DO NO AMICI LITTERARUM 



Dibdin, Thomas John {coHHnned,) 

Young, Edward. 1684-1765. Revenge. 

Centlivre, Mrs. S. F. F. C. i667?-i723. 
The busy body. 

Brooke, Mrs. F. M. 1724-89. Rosina. 
V. 4 Cumberland, Richard. 1732-1811. The 
fashionable lover. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Jane Shore. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? Lionel 
and Clarissa. 

Murphy, Arthur. 1 727-1805. Three weeks 
after marriage. 

Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The beaux* 
stratagem. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. The fair 
penitent. 

Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. The critic. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79. Miss in her 
teens. 
V. 5 Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735?-! 8 12? The hy- 
pocrite. 

Addison, Joseph. 1672-1719. Cato. 

Lillo, George. 1693-1739. London mer- 
chant. 

O'Hara, Kane. 1722-82. Midas. 

Murphy, Arthur. 1 727-1805. All in the 
wrong. 

Lee, Nathaniel. 1653 7-92. Alexander the 
Great. 

Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The way to 
keep him. 

Milton, John. 1608-74. Comus. 
v. 6 Colman, George. 1732-94. The jealous wife. 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729. Mourning 
bride. 

Thomson, James. 1700-48. Tancred and 
Si^smunda. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79, The guardian. 

Colman, George, 1732-94, and Garrick, 
David, 1717-79. The clandestine marriage. 

Whitehead, William. 1715-85. The Roman 
father. 

Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The incon- 
stant. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? The 
padlock. 
V. 7 Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Tamerlane. 

Centlivre, Mrs. S. F. F. Q\ 1667?-! 723. 
The wonder, a woman keeps a secret. 

Fletcher, John. 1579-1625. Rule a wife 
and have a wife. 

Gentleman, Francis. 1728-84. The tobac- 
conist. 

Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. A trip to 
Scarborough. 

Hoadly, Benjamin, M.D. 1706-57. The 
suspicious husband. 

Hughes, John. 1676-1720. Siege of Da- 
mascus. 

Murphy, Arthur. 172 7-1 805. The appren- 
tice. 
V. 8 Southeme, Thomas. 1660-1746. Oroonoko. 

Jephson, Robert. 1736-1803. The count 
of Narbonne. 

Vanbrugh, Sir John. 1666-1726. The con- 
federacy. 

Coffey, Charles. -1745. The devil to pay. 

Cibber, Colley. T671-1757. She would and 
she would not. 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729. Love for 
love. 



Voltaire, F. M. Arouet de. 1694-1778. 
Mahomet, the impostor. 

Murphy, Arthur. 1 727-1805. The citizen. 
▼. 9 Murphy, Arthur. 172 7-1 805. Orphan of 
China. 

Jonson, Ben. 1574-1637. Every man in 
his humour. 

Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The re- 
cruiting officer. 

Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The mayor of 
Garratt. 

Massinger, Philip. 1 583-1640. New way 
to pay old debts. The duke of Milan. 

Otway, Thomas. 1651-85. The orphan. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? The re- 
cruiting sergeant. 
V. 10 Wycherley, William. 1640-1715. The 
country girl. 

Goldsmith, Oliver. 1728-74. The good- 
natured man. 

Voltaire, F. M. Arouet de. 1694-1 778. Zara. 

O'Hara, Kane. 1722-82. Two misers. 

Steele, Sir Richard. 1671-1729. The con- 
scious lovers. 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729. The double 
dealer. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79. Cymon. 

Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The mock doctor. 
V. II Racine, Jean. 1639-99. The distrest mother. 

Lee, Sophia. 1750-1824. Chapter of acci- 
dents. 

Burgoyne, Lt.-gen. John. 1722-92. Lord 
of the manor. 

Dibdin, T. J. 1771-1841. What next? 

Cibber, Colley. 1671-1757. The refusal. 

Dryden, John. 1631-1700. All for love. 

Dibdin, C. I. M. 1768-1833. The farmer's 
wife. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79. The lying valet. 
V. 12 Cibber, Colley. 1671-1757. The double 
gallant ; or. The sick lady's cure. 

Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1 743-1 809. Which 
is the man ? 

Francklin, Thomas. 1721-84. Earl of 
Warwick. 

Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The virgin un- 
masked. 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729. The way 
of the world. 

Shirley, William. 1693-1771. Edward the 
Black Prince. 

Pocock, Isaac. 1782-1835. Hit or miss. 

Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The miser. 

Colman, George. 1732-94. Polly Honey- 
combe. 
V. 13 Jones, Henry. 1720 7-70. Earl of Essex. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-17 18. Lady Jane 
Grey. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735 ?-i8i2 ? The 
sultan. 

Burgojrne, Lt.-gen. John. 1722-92. Maid 
of the oaks. 

Dibdin, T. J. 1771-1841. Twenty per cent. 

Fletcher, John. 1 579-1625. Merchant of 
Bruges. 

Steele, Sir Richard. 1 671-1729. The ten- 
der husband. 

Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The con- 
stant couple. 

Dibdin, C. I. M. 1768-1833. My spouse 
and I. 



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English comedy : n collection of the most cele- 
brated dramas, since the commencement of the 
refonnalion of the stage ; by Sir Richard Steele and 
CoUey Cibber. [Zo/h/hb, i8to.] S. 6 v. 

Contents : 
y. I Colm an. George. 1732-94. Jealous wife, 
Cumberland, Richard. r732-ian. West 

Indian. 
Vanbrugh, Sir John, 1666-1726, and Cibber, 
Colley, i67i-t757. I'rovoked husband. 
», z Murphy, Aithur. l727-:8o5. Way to keep 
him. 
Riohardson, Joseph. -1803. A fugitive. 
Sheridan, R. B. i75t-iSr6. Rivals. 
T. 3 Colraan, George, 1732-94, and Garrick, 
David, 1717-79. Clandestine marriage, 
Lee, Sophia. 1750-1824. Chapter oE acci- 

Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. All in the 

V. 4 Burgoyne, Lt.^n. John. \T2l-<yi. The 
heiress. 
Goldsmith, Oliver. 

to conquer. 
Sheridan, Mrs. F. 

V. 5 Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1743-1809. The belle's 
strategem. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. Know your 

Steele, Sir Richard. 1671-1729. Conscious 

V. 6 Cumberland, Richard. 1732-1811. The 
brothers. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The miser. 
Macklin, Charles. I697?-1797. Man of 
the world. 
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Pitt's Virgil's ^neid and Vida's Art of poe- 



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try. 



sHor 



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Cooke's Hesiod. 
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lustorical introdoction on the rise and prepress of 
romantic composition in France and England. New 
ed. revised by J. O. HalliweU. London, 1548. D. 
8 -i- 600 p. 

Crreene, Robert, i56o?-<)2. Defence of coney- 
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HaUiwell. Brixtcn Hill^ t^^^. Sq. Q. 7 + So p. 



% William, fl. 161 8. Scourge of drunk- 
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1S59. Sq. O. 8 + 37 p. 



_ Thomas. i358?-i625. The Mai^arite 
of America, ed. by J. O. HalliweU. London, 1859. 
Sq. O. 8 + 139 p. 



Martin, pseud. Viewe of some 
part of such publike wants and disorders as are in 
the service of God, within Her Majesties countrie 
of Wales . . . with an humble petition, unto . . . 
Parliament for their . . . redresse . . . 1588; from 
the original edition, ed. by J. O. HalliweU. Lon- 
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Ozlbrd (Eng.) University — Bodleian library. 
Hand-list of the early English literature preserved 
in the Malone coUection in the Bodleian Ubrary; 
selected from the printed catalogue of that collec- 
tion by J. O. HalliweU. . . London, i860. O. 
3-r96 p. 



new enterlude, both pithie and pleasaunt 
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from the original ed. issued in 1565, ed. by J. O. 
HalliweU. London, i860. Sq. O. [5] + 60 p. 

Bo^rlandsy Samuel. -1634?. Greene's ghost- 
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HalliweU. London, i860. D. 6+77 p, 



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London, 1861. T. 40 p. 

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Londini, 1S40. O. [5]+43p. 

Taylor, John, the water poet. 1 580-1654. 
Short relation of a journey through Wales, made in 
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. . . ed. of 1623. ed. by J. O. HalliweU. [Anon.] 
London, i36a D. 3 -r 46 p. 

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antiqux . . . a . . . collection of original papers 
. . . written during the reigns of Henry VIII . . . 
and King James by Sir John Harington and others 
. . . newly arranged ... by Thomas Park. . . 
London, 1804. O. 2 v. 

Jnbinal, Michel Louis AduUe, iSio-75, com- 
piler. Mysteres inedits du 15**°* siecle ; pnbUes 
pour le premiere fois . . . d'apres le ms., unique 
de la Bibliotheque Ste.- Genevi^e. Paris, 1837. 
O. 2 V. in I. 2 pL 

Ijady's poetical magazine; or. Beauties of 
British poetry. London^ 17S1-S2. O. pi. 4 v. 

IjOndon stage, a coUection of the most reputed 
tragedies, comedies, operas . . . printed from acting 
copies as performed at the Theatres Royal. . . 
London [1824-27]. O. 4 v. ill. 

Contents : 
V. I Lee, Nathaniel. 1653 ?-92. Alexander the 
Great. 

Dryden, John. 1631-1700. All for love. 

LUlo, George. 1693-1739. Arden of Fever- 
sham. 

Brown, John. 1715-66. Barbarossa. 

Jephson, Robert. 1736-1S03. Braganza. 

Cumberland, Richard. 1732-1811. The 
Carmelite. 

Le^^'is, M. G. 1775-1818. The castle spec- 
tre. 

Addison, Joseph. 1672-17 19. Cato. 

Jephson, Robert. 1 736-1 803. Count of 
Narbonne. 

Tobin, John. 1 770-1804. The curfew. 

Racine, Jean. 1639-99. The distrest mother. 

Home, John. 1 722-1 808. Douglas. 

Massinger, Philip. 15S3-1640. Duke of 
Milan. 

Jones, Henry. 17207-70. Earl of Essex. 

Francklin, Thomas. 1721-S4. Earl of War- 
wick. 

Shirley, WiUiam. 1693-1771. Edward the 
Black Prince. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. The fair peni- 
tent. 

Lillo, George. 1693-1739. Fatal curiosity. 

Moore, Edward. 1712-57. The gamester. 

Lillo, George. 1693-1739. George Bam- 
well. 

Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The Grecian 
daughter. 

Brooke, Henry. i703?-83. Gustavus Vasa. 

Southerne, Thomas. 1660-1746. IsabeUa. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Jane Shore, 



I>RA^TA. POETRY, AND CRITICISM-^ 



[lOndon stage {continued.) 

Jephson, Robert. 1736-1803. Lawof Loro- 

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. 16^4-1788. Ma- 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729, Themoum- 

ing bride. 
Ot way, Thomas. 1651-85. The orphan. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. Orphan of 

Kotzebue, A, F. F. von. 1761-1819. Pizarro. 
Young, Edward. 1684-1765. The revenge. 
Sedaine, M. J. 1719-07. Richard Cceur 

de lion. 
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. Two strings 

to your bow. 
Whitehead, William. 1715-85. The Ro- 



Hu| 



s, John. 1677-1720. Siege of Dam- 
^1-1819. The 



Kotiebue, A. F. F. voi 

stranger. 
Thomson, James, 1700-48, Tancred and 

Sigismunda. 
Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718, Tamerlane. 
Otway, Thomas. 1651-85, Venice pre- 

Voltajre, F. M. A. de. 1694-1778. Zaia. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. All in the 

Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The beaux' 

stratagem. 
Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1743-1S09. ThebeUe's 

stratagem. 
Andrews, M. P. -1814. Better late than 

Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1743-180(1. Boldsttoke 

for a husband. 
Centlivre, Mrs. S. F. F. C, l667?-i7a3. 

Bold stroke for a wife. 
Cumberland, Richard. 1732-1811. The 

brothers. 
Ceotlivie, Mrs. S. F. F. C. i667?-i723. 

The bnsy body. 
Gibber, CoIIey. 1671-1757. The careless 

husband. 
Beaumont, Francis, 15S4-1616. and 

Fletcher, John, 15797-1625. Thethancea. 
Lee, Sophia. 1750-1824. Chapter of acci- 

Otway, Thomas. 1651-85. Cheats of 

Dodsley, Robert. 1703-64. Millerof Mans- 
field. 

Colman, George, 1732-94, and Garrick, 
David. 1717-79. Clandestine marriage. 

Steele, Sir Richard. 1671-1729. Conscious 

Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. Constant 
couple, 

Wycherly, William. 1640-1715. Country 
giti, 

Vanbrugh, Sir John. 1666-1726, The con- 
federacy. 

Holcroft, Thomas. 1745-1S09. Deaf and 
dumb. The deserted daughter. 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729. Thedouble 
dealer. 

Hulcroft, Thomas. 1745-1809. Duplicity, 

Jonson, Ben. 1574-1637. Every man in his 
humour. 



Inchbald, Mrs. | 

one has h' 
Moore, Edward 
Goldsmith, 

natured n 
Bui^oyne, Lt.-| 

Holcroft, Thomas, 1 745-iSog. He 's much 

to blame. 
Pilon, Frederick. 1750-88, He would be 

a soldier, 
Tobin, John. 1770-1804. The honeymoon. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac, -1812? The hypocrite. 
Farquhar, George, 1678-1707. The incon- 

Colman, George. 1732-94, The jealouswite. 
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1611. False 

impressions. The fashionable lover. First 

love. The Jew. 
!. 3 Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. Know your 

own mind, 
Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Lady Jane 

Grey, 
Kot2ebue,A. F. F. von. 1761-1819. Lovers' 

Congreve, Wilbam. 1670-1729. Love for 

Gibber, CoUey. 1671-1757, Love makes a 

Maeklin, Charles. 1697 ?-i797, Man of the 
worid, 

Cumberland, Richard. 1732-1811. The 
mysterious husband, 

Massinger, Philip. 1583-1640, New vi'iy 
to pay old debts. 

Southerne, Thomas, 1660-1746. Oroonoko. 

Vanbrugh, Sir John, 1666-1726, and Gibber, 
Colley, 1671-1757. The provoked hus- 
band. 

Vanbrugh, Sir John. 1666-1726, The pro- 
yoked wife. 

Farquhar, George. 167S-1707. The re- 
cruiting officer. 

Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. The rivals, 

Holcroft. Thomas, 1745-1809. The road 



Sheridan. R. B, B, 



-1809, School for 
-1816, School for 



Kelly, Hugh. 1739-77, School for wives, 
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. Seduction, 
Goldsmith, Oliver. 1728-74. She stoops to 

conquer. 
Gibber, Colley, i67r-t757. Hhe would and 

she would not. 

The soldier's 

3-18II. S.ch 

1706-57. The 



Cherry. Andrew. 1762-161 

daughter. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E, S. 1; 

things are. 
Hoadley, Benjamin, M.D, 

suspicious husband. 
Steele, Sir Richard. 1671- 

der husband, 
Sheridan, R. B, B. 1751 

Scarborough. 
Hohnan, J. G. 1764-1S 

weal ill. 



729. 



The 



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EX DONO AMICI UTTERARUM 



ZiOiidoii stage {continued,) 

Ccmp^revc, William. 1670-1729, The way 

oithe world. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1 727-1805. The way to 

keep him. 
Colman, Geoi^e. 1762-1836. Ways and 

means. 
Jackman, Isaac, fl. 1795. Hero and Le- 

ander. 
Cumberland, Richard. 1732-1811. The 

West Indian. Wheel of fortune. 
Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1 743-1 809. Which is 

the man ? 
Inchbald. Mrs. E. S. 1753-1821. Wives as 

they were. 
Centhvre, Mrs. S. F. F. C. i667?-i723. 

The wonder ; a woman keeps a secret. 
▼• 4 Holman, J. G. 1764-18 17. Abroad and at 

home. 
Moncrieff, W. T. 1794-1857. The bashful 

man. 
Gay, John. 1685-1732. The beggar's opera. 
Heartwell, Henry. Castle of Sorrento. 
Carey, Henry. -1743. The contrivances. 

Chrononhotonthologos. 
Milton, John. 1631-1700. Comus. 
Cobb, James. 1756-1818. The doctor and 

the apothecary. 
Sheridan, R. B. B. 1 751-18 16. The duenna. 
Dibdin, C. I. M. 1768-1833. The farmer's 

wife. 
Moncrieff, W. T. 1 794-1 857. Giovanni in 

London. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8r2? The re- 
cruiting sergeant. 
Cobb, James. 1756-1818. The haunted 

tower. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? Lionel 

and Clarissa. 
Burgoyne, Lt.-gen. John. 1722-92. Lord 

of the manor. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735 ?-i8i2 ? Love in 

a village. Maid of the mill. 
Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616, and Fletcher, 

John, 1 579-1625. Merchant of Bruges. 
Dibdin, C. I. M. 1768-1833. My spouse 

and I. 
Cobb, James. 1 756-181 8. Paul and Vir- 
ginia. Siege of Belgrade. 
Dibden, Charles. 1745-1814. The waterman. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? The romp. 
Dudley, Sir H. B. 1 745-1824. The wood- 
man. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. 175 3-1 821. Animal 

magnetism. 
Birch, Samuel. 1 757-1841. The adopted 

child. 
Dibdin, Charles. 1 745-1814. The quaker. 
Reed, Joseph. 1723-87. The register office. 
Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. The critic. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. 1753-1821. Mogul 

tale. Appearance is against them. 
Planche, J. R. 1796^1880. Returned 

"killed." 
Knight, Thomas. -1820. Turnpike gate. 
Poole, John. 1 787-1872. The scape-goat. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1 727-1 805. The appren- 
tice. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The tailors. 
Macklin, Charles. 1697 ?-i797. Love h. la 

mode. 



Biiigo3me, Lt.-gen. John. 1722-92. Maid 

of the oaks. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. The guardian. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735 M812 ? The nil- 
tan. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. Cjrmon. Bon 

ton. 
Cobb, James. 1 756-1818. The first floor. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The Yirgin. 

unmasked. 
Moncrieff, W. T. 1794-1857. Monsieur 

Tonson. 
Colman, George. 1732-94, The deuce is 

in him. 
Beaumarchais, P. A. C. de. 1732-99. The 

follies of a day. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. Miss in her 

teens. 
Allingham, J. T. fl. 1799. Fortune's frolic 
O'Brien, William. -18 15. Cross-purposes. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. Tom Thumb, 
Jonson, Ben. 1574-1637. The tobacconist. 
Kemble, J. P. 1757-1823. Lodoiska. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The mock 

doctor. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. 1 753-1 821. The 

child of nature. 
Colman, George. 1732-94. Polly Honey- 
combe. 
Holcroft, Thomas. 1745-1809. Tale of 

mystery. 
Kemble, J. P. 1757-1823. The farm house. 
Carey, Henry. -1743. The dragon of 

Wantley. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. The liar. 
Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1 743-1809. Who 's 

the dupe ? 
O'Hara, Kane. 1722-82. Midas. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. Mayor of Garratt. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. 1753-1821. The 

midnight hour. 
Coffey, Charles. -1745. The devil to pay. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. The lying 

valet. 
Knight, Thomas. -1820. The honest thieves. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1 727-1 805. Three weeks 

after marriage. 
Dibdin, Charles. 1 745-1 8 14. The deserter. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The citizen. 
Jackman, Isaac, fl. 1795. All the world *s 

a stage. 
Townley, Rev, James. 1715-78. High life 

below stairs. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735 ?-i8i2 ? The 

padlock. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The miser. 
Brooke, Mrs. F. M. 1724-89. Rosina. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. 1753-1821, The 

wedding day. 
Kemble, J. P. 1757-1823. The panel. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. 1735?-! 812? Thomas 

and Sally. 
Vanburgh, Sir John. 1666-1726. Lover's 

quarrels. 
O'Hara, Kane. 1722-82. Two misers. 
Dibdin, T. J. 1771-1841. What next? 
Cross. J. C. The purse. Village lawyer. 
Hoare, Prince. 1755-1834. No song, no 

supper. 
Pilon, Frederick. 1750-88. The deaf loves. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. The Irish widow. 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRITICIS, 



Marriott, William, compiler. Collection of 
English miracle-plays or niysleries containing tan 
dramas from the Chester, Coventry and Toivneley 
series with two of Inter dale. , , Batil, 1838. O. 
63 + 371 p. 

Wscellanae antiqua Anglicana ; or, A select 
collection of curious tracts illustrative of the history, 
literature . . . nnd biography of the English nation 
LoiuioH, 1816. Sq. Q. Various paging, ill., 



Monmerqn^. Louis Jean Nicolas, t7So-iS6o, 
and Michel, F. X., 1809-87. TheStre fran^ais au 
moyen age . . . (xif-xiV siicle). /'on'j, 1879. Q. 
16 + 672 p. 

I,e nouveau Ih^fitre Ualieii ; on, Recueil 

gdniral des comedies representees par les comediens 
italieus ordinaires du roi. . . Nouvelle edition. 
Paris, 1753- ^- 1° ''■ 
V. I Vaudevilles des pieces qui ne sont pas im- 

primees dans ce recueil. 
V. 3 Gueuletle, T. S. 1683-1766. Le Iresor 

Marivaux.P. C.deC. de. 1G8B-1763. Arle- 

auin poll par I'amour. 
isle de la Dreveliire, L. F. -1756. Arle- 
quin sauvage. 
Desportes, C. F. La veuve coqoelte. 
Dclisle de la Dr^veli^re, L. Y. -1756. 

Timon le misan trope. 
Marivaux, P. C. de C. de. 1688-1763. La 
surprise de I'amour. 
V, 3 Marivaux, P. C. de C. de. 168B-1763. La 
double inconstance. 
Beauchamps, P. F. Goilard de. j68r]-i7Ci, 

Marivaux, P. C. de C. de. 1688-1763. Le 

prince travesti. La fausse suivante. 
V. 4 Monicault, Mile. Le dedain affect^. 

Delisle de la Dreveti^re, L. F. -1756. Le 

faufon et les oyes de Bocace. 
Marivaux, P, C.deC, de, 1688-1763. L'isle 

des esclaves. 
Allainval, L. J. C. S, d'. 1700-53. L'em- 

barras des rich esses. 
Marivaux, P. C. de C. de. 1688-1763. 

L'heritier de village. 
V. 5 Riccoboni, Signora E. V. 1!. 1686-1771. 

Allainval, L. J. C. S. d'. 1700-53. Le tour 

de carnaval. 
Jolly, F. A. i66j-i753, La capriciense. 
Romagnesi, J. A. 1690-1742. Le temple 



Cueule 

ceptf 



:, T. S. i(i83-»766. 



irpre- 



, 6 Riccohoni, A. F., 1707-72, Biancolelli, P. F., 
1681-1734, and Romagnesi, J. A,, i6qo- 
1742. Arlequin toujours arleqnin, 

Riccoboni, A. F, , 1707-73, and others. 
Arcagambis. 

PouUaindeSaint-Foix, G. F., 16Q8-1776, and 
Dessaudrais-Sebire. Le philosophe, dupe 

Jolly, F. A. 1662-1753. La femme jalouse. 
Beauchamps, P. F. Godarii de. 1689-1761. 

Le portrait. Les efTets dn depit. 
Gueuletle, T. S. 1683-1766. L' horoscope 

accompli. 



Anseaume. 

Biancolelli, I 
nesi, J. A., 169^. ,^^. 
qualitcet les debuts. 

Marivaux, P. C. de C, de. 1688-1763. La 
j'eu de I'amour et du haiard. 

Romagnesi, J. A., 1690-1742, and Ricco. 
boni. A, r., 1707-72. Samson. 
'. 8 Biancolelli, P. F., 1681-1734, anil Romag- 
nesi, J. A., 1690-1742, La foire det 
poiles, L'isle du divorce, et La Sylphide. 

Duperron de Castira, L, A. 1705-52. Le 
phdnis. 

Riccoboni, A. F., 1707-72, and Romagnesi, 
J, A., 1690-17+2. Les amusemens & la 

Allainval. L. J. C. S. d' 1700-53. L'hiver, 

Biancolelii, P. F. 1681-1734. Les quatre 
semblables. 
. 9 Romagnesi, J. A., 1690-1742, and Niveanx. 
Le temple du goust. 

Romagnesi, J. A., 1690-1742, and Ricco- 
boni, A. F., 1707-72. Le bouquet. 

Romagnesi, J. A. 1690-1742. La teinto 
inutile. 

Romagnesi, J, A., 1690-1742, and Procope- 
Couleau, M.C., 1684-1753. Les fees. 

Guyot de Merville, Michel. 1696-1755. Les 
ma^carades amoureuses. 

Romagnesi, J, A, 1690-1743. Le bailli 

.10 Chollei, ^ . L'att et k nature. 

Delisle de la Dreveti^re. L. F. -1756. Le 
Romagnesi, J. A. 1690-1743. L'amanc 

Nivemois, L. J. B. Mandni-Mazarini, due de, 
1716-98, Leclerc de la Bru^re, C. A.. 
1714-54, and Voisenon, C. H. Fusee de, 
abb^, 1708-75. La coquette fixee. 

Riccoboni, A. F., 1707-72, and Romagnesi, 
J. A., 1690-1742. L'echo du public. 

Fagan, C. H. 1702-58. L'isle des talens. 

Horatin, Leandro Femandei de. 1760-1838. 
Origenes delteatroespaflolseguidosde unacolleccion 
icf^ida de piezas dramaticas anleriores a Lope de 
Vega, con unapcndice por E. de Ochoa. . , Paris, 

183S. o, [4] -1-582 p. 



Old plays ; a continuation of Dodsley's collection, 
ith notes critical and explanatory [by C. V/, Dilke], 
London, 181O. O. 6 V. 
Contents : 

1 Marlowe, Christopher. 1564-93. Tragical 

hisl.iry of the life and death of Doctor 
r:i„.Uis. Lust's dominion; or. The La- 
.L■ul..Ll^ queen, a tragedy. 
[.yly. Jiihn. 15547-1606. Pleasant con- 
ttili^d C'jmedy called Mother llombie. 
Midas ; a comedy. 

2 Lyiy, John. 15547-1606, Endymion ; or. 

The man in the moon, a comedy. 
Marstnn, John, 1575-1634. Antonio and 
Melliila. What you will. Parasitaster ; 
or, The fawn. 



i6 



EX DONO AMICI LITTERARUM 



Old plays (continued^ 

V. 3 Dekker, Thomas. i570?-i64i? Wonder of 
a kingdom, a comedy. Pleasant comedy 
of Old Fortunatus. 
Chapman, George. i559?-i634. Bussy 
D'Ambois. Monsieur D'Olive. 
V. 4 Chapman, George. i559?-i634. May day. 
Middleton, Thomas, i57o?-i627, and Row- 
ley, William, fl. 1630. Spanish gipsy. 
The changeling. 
Middleton, Thomas. i570?-i627. More 
dissemblers besides women. 
V. 5 Middleton, Thomas. i570?-i627. Women 
beware women. Trick to catch the old one. 
Rowley, William, fl. 1630. New wonder, 

a woman never vext. 
Webster, John. 1582-1652, Appius and 
Virginia. 
V. 6 Webster, John, 1582-1652, and Rowley, 
William, fl. 1630. Thracian wonder, 
Heywood, Thomas. -1650. English travel- 
ler. Royal king and loyal subject. Chal- 
lenge for beauty. 

Oxberry, William, 1 784-1824, compiler. New 
English drama ; with prefatory remarks, biographi- 
cal sketches and notes, critical and explanatory . . . 
as performed at the Theatres Royal. . . London^ 
1818-27. D. 22 V. inn. 

Contents : 
V. I Massinger, Philip. 1 583-1640. New way 
to pay old debts. 
Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. The rivals. 
Cumberland, Richard. 1 732-181 1. The 

West Indian. 
Bickerstaffe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? The hypo- 
crite. 
Colman, George. 1732-94. The jealous wife. 
V. 2 Gay, John. 1685-1732. The beggar's opera, 
Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. The duenna. 
Bickersta£fe, Isaac. i735?-i8i2? Lionel 
and Clarissa. Maid of the mill. Love in 
a village. 
V, 3 Shakspere, William. 1 564-1616. Richard 
the third, Hamlet ; a tragedy. 
Beazley, Samuel. 1786-1851. Is he jealous? 
Lee, Nathaniel. 1653 ?-92. Alexander the 

Great. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The way to 
keep him. 
v. 4 Goldsmith, Oliver. 1728-74. She stoops to 
conquer. 
Otway, Thomas. 1651-85. Venice preserved. 
Centlivre, Mrs. S. F. F. C. i667?-i723. 

The wonder. 
Lewis, M. G. 1775-1818. The castle spectre. 
Woodman's hut ; a melo-drama. 
V. 5 Colman, George, 1732-94, and Garrick, 
David, 1717-79. Clandestine marriage. 
Cherry, Andrew, 1762-18 12. The soldier's 

daughter. 
Shakspere, William. 1 564-161 6. Othello. 
Philips, Ambrose. 1675-1749. The distrest 

mother. 
Vanbrugh, Sir John, 1666-1726, and Gib- 
ber, Colley, 1671-1757. The provoked 
husband. 
V. 6 Holcroft, Thomas. 1 745-1 809. Deaf and 
dumb. 
Centlivre, Mrs. S. F. F.C. i667?-i723. 
The busybody. 



Shakspere, William. 1 564-1616. Romeo and 

Juliet, 
Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1 743-1 809. The belle's 

stratagem. 
Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The re- 
cruiting officer. 
V, 7 Centlivre, Mrs, S. F. F. C. 1667?-! 723, 

Bold stroke for a wife. 
Holcroft, Thomas. 1745-1809. The road to 

ruin. 
Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. The beaux' 

stratagem. 
Shakspere, William. 1564-1616. As you 

like it. King John. 
V. 8 Wycherley, William. 1640-17 15. Country 

girl. 
Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-17 18. Jane Shore. 
Shakspere, William, 1564-1616. Coriolanus. 
Hoadly, Benjamin. 1706-57. The sus- 
picious husband. 
Shakspere, William. 1564-1616. Merry 

wives of Windsor. 
V, 9 Sheridan, R. B. B. 1 751-18 16. The critic. 
Brooke, Mrs. Frances M. 1724-89. Rosina ; 

a comic opera. 
Knight, Thomas. -1820. Honest thieves. 
Foote, Samuel, 1720-77. Mayor of Garratt. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. Three weeks 

after marriage. 
Arnold, S. J. 1774-1852. The shipwreck. 
Lewis, M. G. 1775-1818. Rugantino. 
V. 10 Shakspere, William. 1 564-1616. King Lear, 
Farquhar, George. 1678-1707. Inconstant. 
Shakspere, William. 1 564-1616, Merchant 

of Venice. 
Fletcher, John. 1579-1625. Rule a wife 

and have a wife. 
Pocock, Isaac. 1782-183 5. Rob Roy Mac- 

gregor. 
V. 11. Caignez, L. C, 1762-1842, and Baudouin, 

J. M. T. The magpie. 
Dibdin, Charles. 1745-18 14. The quaker. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The citizen. 
Dibdin, Charles. 1745-1814. The deserter. 
Fielding, Henry. 1707-54. The miser. 
Garrick, David. 1717-79. The lying 

valet. 
Cowley, Mrs. H. P. 1 743-1 809, Who's the 

dupe? 
V. 12 Terry, Daniel. 1780-1829. Guy Mannering, 
Shakspere, William. 1 564-1616. Cymbel- 

ine. Twelfth night. 
Vanbrugh, Sir John. 1666-1726. The con- 
federacy. 
Home, John. 1722-1808. Douglas, 
v. 13 Jonson, Ben. 1574-1637. The tobacconist. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. 1753 1821. The mid- 
night hour. 
Allingham, J. T. fl. 1799. Fortune's frolic. 
Colman, George. 1732-94. Love laughs at 

locksmiths. The review. 
Holcroft, Thomas. 1 745-1 809. The follies 

of a day. 
V. 14 Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. Know your 

own mind. 
Shakspere, William. 1564-1616. Macbeth. 
Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. The Grecian 

daughter. 
Shakspere, William. 1564-1616. King 

Henry IV. 
Sheil, R. L. 1793-1851. Evadne. 



DRAMA. POETRY, AND CRITTCISA 



715-78. Hichlife 



Townley, Re». Jar 

O'Hara, Kane. 1 
Bickerataffe, Isaac. 

cWld. 
Garrick, David. 17(7-79. 
Foote, Samuel. 1720-77. ' 
Jonson, Ben. 1574-1637. Every man in his 

humour. 
Shaltsperc, William. 1564-1616, Measure 

for measure. Julius Caisar. 
Mackiin, Charles. i6g7 ?-i7g7. 

of the world. 
Inchbald, Mrs. E. S, 1753-1321. Every 

one has his fiull. 
Shakspere, William. 1564-1616. Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona, The tempest. 
Addison, Joseph. 1672-1719. Calo. 
Lillo, George, i6Q3-:73q. George Barnwell. 
Cherry, Andrew. 1762-1812, The traveller 
Walker. C. E. Wallace. 
Shakspere, William. 1564-16 16. King 

Henry V. Much ado about nolhing. 
Moore, Edward. 1712-57. The gamester, 
Lee, Sophia, 1750-1B24. The chapter o; 

Lewis, M, G. 1775-1818. Rich and poor. 
Shakspere, William, 1564-1616, King 

Henry VIII, The Winter's tale, 
Lewis, M. G. 1775-1818. One o'clock. 
Kenilworth ; a. melodrama. 
Kotzebue, A, F. F. von. i;6i-i8ig. P 

Sheridan, R. B. B. 1751-1816. A ttip 1 
Scarborough, 

Murphy, Arthur. 1727-1805. Ail in tl 
wronfi. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Tamerlane. 

Kemble, J. P. 1757-1623. Lodoiska. 

Coiman, Geoi^e, 1732-^4. Blue Beard. 

Bickerstaffe, Isaac, 1735 ?-i8i2 ? The pad- 
lock. 

Inchbald, Mrs. E, S, 1 
ding day. 

Coiman, George. l732-e)4. Sylvester Dag- 



Macklin, Charles, i697?-i797. Love 

mode, 
O'Keefe, John. 1747-1833. Wild oats 
Kotzebue, A. F.F, 1761-iSn). Thestrat^ 
Southerne. Thomas. 1660-1746. Isabella. 
Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Tlie fait 

penilent. 
Metastasis, P, A. D. B. Trapassi, abate. 

1698-1782. Arlaxeixes; an English 

Maturin, Rev. C. R. 1782-1824. Berlr 
Morton, Thomas. 1764-1S3S. A Rol 



for an Olivi 
Cumberland, 



Waller, E( 

works. 

Bullet, Snra 

Philips, Jo 

works. 


■ 


Dryden, John. 1631-170 

Boccacio and Chaucer. 
Dryden, John. 1631-1700 
Garth, Sir Samuel. 1661 

works. 
Addison, Joseph, 1672- 

works, 
Tickell, Thomas. 1685- 

works. 
Prior, Matthew. 1664- 

works. 
Pamell, Thomas, 1679- 


0. F ',. 

Poetical works. 
-17111. Poetical 

1719, Poetical 


740. Poetical 
1721. Poetical 
1717. Poetical 



orks. 



7 Swift, Jonathan. 
3 Pope, Alexander, 



Somerville, William. 1677-1742, Poetical 
works. 

1667-1745. Poetical 

1688-1744. Poetical 
works. 

Thomson, James, 1700-48. Poetical 

Watts, Isaac. 1674-1748. Poetical works. 

Shenslone, William. 1714-63, Poetical 

4 Young. Edward. 1684-1765. Poetical 



Akeiiside, Mark. 



1721-70. 



I'o< 



ical 



Wheel 



Park, Thomas, 1760 7-1835, compiler. Works of 
the British poets, collated with the best editions. 
—Supplement, iowufaji, 180S-09. T. 48 V. pi. 
V, 1-2 Milton, John. I&08-74. Poetical worts. 
v. 3 Addison. Joseph. i672-i7l(). Critique 
on " I'aradise lost." 



I, Matthew. 169&-1737, Poetical 



works. 
Lyttleton, G. Lyttleton, ist baron. 1709- 

73. Poetical works, 
Hamilton, William, 1704-54. Poetical 

works. 
Moore, Edward. 17IJ-57, Poetical works. 
Mallet, David, 1705 ?-65. I'oetical works, 
Collins, William. 1721-59. Poetical works. 
Gray, Thomas. 1716-71. Poetical works. 
Falconet, William. 1732-69, Poetical 

works. 
Day, Thomas. 1748-89. Poetical works. 
Churchill, Charles. 1731-&4. Poetical 

Jenj'iis, Soame. 1704-87. Poetical works. 
Blair, Rev. Robert. 1699-1746. Poetical 

Glynn, Robert, M,D. 1719-1800. D.iy 

of Judgment. 
Boyse, Samuel, 1708-49. Deity. 
Porteus, Beilby, bp, 1731-1808, Death. 
Shaw, Cuthbert. 1738-71. Poelical works. 
Lovibond, Edward. 1724-75. I'oetical 

Penrose, Thomas. 1743-79. Poetical 



i8 



EX DONO AMICI UTTERARUM 



Park, Thomas {continued.) 

V. 34 Armstrong, John, M.D. 1709-79. Poeti- 
cal works. 

Mickle, W. J. 1735-88. Poetical works. 
V. 35 Cunningham, John. 1729-73. Poetical 
works. 

Cotton, Nathaniel, M.D. 1705-88. Poet- 
ical works. 
V. 36 Langhome, John. 1735-79. Poetical 

works. 
V. 37 Goldsmith, Oliver. 1728-74. Poetical 
works. 

Beattie, James. 1735-1803. Poetical 
works. 

Johnson, Samuel. 1709-84. Poetical 
works. 

Warton, Rev. Joseph. 1 722-1800. Poet- 
ical works. 
V. 38 Glover, Richard. 1712-85. Poetical 

works. 
y. 39 Scott, John. 1730-83. Poetical works. 

Warton, Rev. Thomas. 1728-90. Poet- 
ical works. 
v. 40 Bums, Robert. 1759-95. Poetical 

works. 
V. 41 Smollett, T. G. 1721-71. Poetical works. 

Bruce, Michael. 1746-^7. Poetical works. 

Logan, Rev. John. 1748-88. Poetical 
works. 

Hoyland, Rev. Francis, fl. 1763. Poet- 
ical works. 

Moore, SirJ. H.,bart. 1756-80. Poet- 
ical works. 

Headley, Henry. 1765-88. Poetical 
works. 

Russell, Thomas. 17627-88. Poetical 
works. 

Oram, S. W. 1767 ?-93. Poetical works. 

Bampfylde, J. C. 1754-96. Poetical 
works. 

Lovell, Robert. 1630 ?-90. Poetical 
works. 
V. 42 Jones, Sir William. 1745-94. Poetical 

works. 
V. 43 Pomfret, Rev. John. 1667-1703. Select 
poems. 

Dorset, C. Sackville, ist earl of. 1637- 
1706. Select poems. 

Stepney, George. 1663-1707. Select 
poems. 

Walsh, William. 1663-1709. Select 
poems. 

Smith, Edmund. 1668-1710. Select 
poems. 

Duke, Rev. Richard. i659?-i7ii. Se- 
lect poems. 

King, William. 1663-1712. Select poems. 

Sprat, Thomas, bp. 1636-17 13. Select 
poems. 

Halifax, C. Montague, earl of. 1661- 
171 5, Select poems. 

Rowe, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Select 
poems. 
▼.44 Hughes, John. 1677-1720. Select poems. 

Buckinghamshire, J. Sheffield, ist duke of. 
1649-1720. Select poems. 

Congreve, William. 1670-1729. Se- 
lect poems. 

Fenton, Elijah. 1683-1730. Selectpoems. 

Blackmore, Sir Richard, M.D. -1729. 
Select poems. 



V, 45 Lansdowne, G. Granville, viscount. 1667- 
1735. Select poems. 

Yalden, Rev. Thomas. 1671 ?-i735. Se- 
lect poems. 

Pattison, William. 1706-27. Selectpoems. 

Hill. Aaron. 1685-1750. Select poems. 

Broome, Rev. William. 1689-1745. Se- 
lect poems. 

Pitt, Christopher. 1699-174S. Select 
poems. 

Philips, Ambrose. 1675-1749. Select 
poems. 

West, Gilbert. 1706-56. Select poems. 
v. 46 Harte, Walter, canon. 1709-74. Select 
poems. 

West, Richard. 1 716 7-42. Selectpoems. 

Cawthom, James. 1^19-61. Select 
poems. 

Lloyd, Robert. 1733-64. Select poems. 

Cooper, J. G. 1723-69. Select poems. 

Whitehead, Paul. 1709-74, Select poems. 

Brown, John. 1715-66. Select poems. 

Grainger, James, M.D. 1721 ?-66. Se- 
lect poems. 
V. 47 Wilkie, Rev. William. 1721-72. Select 
poems. 

Dodsley, Robert. 1703-64, Selectpoems. 

Smart, Christopher. 1722-70. Select 
poems. 

Graeme, James. 1749-72. Selectpoems. 

Whitehead, William. 1715-85. Select 
poems. 

Blacklock, Thomas. 1 721-91. Select 
poems. 
V. 48 Rochester, J. Wilmot, 2d earl of. 1648- 
80. Select poems. 

Roscommon, W. Dillon, 4th earl of. 
1633 ?-85. Selectpoems. 

Otway, Thomas. 1651-85. Selectpoems. 



:, Thomas, i76o?-i835, compiler. Heli- 
conia, comprising a selection of English poetry of 
the Elizabethan age, written or published between 
1575 and 1604. London^ 1815. Sq. Q. 3 v. 

Les parodies du nouveau theatre italien ; ou, 
Recueil des parodies representees sur le Theatre 
de r Hotel de Bourgogne par les comediens italiens 
ordinaires du roy, avec lesairs graves. Nouvelle 
edition. Paris ^ 1738. S. 4 v. pi. music. 

Philobiblon society. Bibliographical and his- 
torical miscellanies. . . London^ 1854-67. O. 
v. i-ii. ill. por. facsim. 

Quellen und forschungen zur sprach- und cul- 
turgeschichte der germanischen v5iker hrsg. von 
Bemhard Ten Brink und Wilhelm Scherer ^u. a.] 
, . , Strassburg, 1874-95. O. 20 v. 

Contents : 

1-7 Scherer, Wilhelm, 1841-86. Geistliche 
poeten der deutscher kaiserzeit. 1874-75. 

2 Martin, E. E. 1841-. Ungedruckte briefe 

von und an Johann Georg Jacobi, 1874. 

3 Henning, Rudolf. Ober (Se Sanctgallischen 

sprachdenkmaler. 1874. 

4 Schmidt, Erich. 1853-. Reinmar von Hage- 

nau und Heinrich von Rugge. 1874. 

5 Wiegand, Wilhelm. 1851-. Die vorreden 

Friedrichs des Grossen zur Histoire de men 
temps. 1874. 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRITICISl 



1875. 
Heinzel, Richard. 133S-. Uber den stil der 

altgermanischen poesie. 1875. 
Schmoller, Gustav. 1838-. Strassburg 

zeitder zunflkampfe. 1875. 
Scherer, Wilhelm. 1841-86. Gescliichte der 

deutschen dichtung, 1875. 
Zimmer, Heinrich. Die nominal suffixe A 

und A in den germanisthen sptachen. 1876. 
Straucli, Philipp. 1852-. Der Marner. 1876. 
W^ner, Albrecht. Ober den MOneh von 

MeilEbronn. 1876. 
Wissmann, Theodor. 1853-83. King Horn. 
HiriEl. Ludwig. 1838-. Karl Ruclcstuhl.1876, 
Flandrijs, fragmente, 1876. 
Eilhart von Oberge. fl. is* cent, Eilhort 

von Oherce. 1877. 
Schipper, Jakob, 1842-. editor, Englische 

Alexiuslegenden, 1877. 
Scherer, Wilhelm. 1841-86. Die anfange 

des deutschen prosaromans. 1877. 
Werner, R. M, 1B54-. Ludwig Philipp 

Hahn. 1S77. 
Schmarsow, August, 1853-, editor, Leibniz 

und Schottelius. 1877, 
SeemilUer, Joseph. :855-. Die handschrif- 

ten und quellen von Willirams deutscher 

paraphrase dea Hohen liedes. 1877. 
Voigt, F. A, E., 1843-, editor, Kleinere 

laleinische denk male r der thiersage. 1878. 
Langmann, Adelheid, -1375. Oflenbaningen. 

1B78. 
Bock, Ludwig. Ober einige falle des conjunc- 
tiva im Mitcelhochdeutsehen. 1878. 
Williram. Deutsche paraphrase des Hohen 

liedes. 1878, 
Henrici. Ernst, 1854-. Die quellen von 

Notkers Psalmen, 1878. 
Sauer, August, 1855-. Joachim Wilhelm von 

Brawe. 1878. 
Henniiig, Rudolf. Nibelungenstudien. 1S83. 
Kluge, Friedrich. 1856-. Beilrage zur ges- 

chichte der germanischeu conjugation, 

1S79. 
Bock, Ludwig. Wolframs von Eschenbach 

bilder und w5rter far freude und lied. 1879, 
Scherer, Wilhelm. 1841-S6. Aus Goethes 

ftlihzeit. 1879, 
Sarraiin, Gregor. 1857-, Wigamer. 1879. 
Denifie, F. H. S. 1844-. Taulers bekeh- 

rung. 1879. 
Ingenbleek, Theodor, Uber den einHuss des 

reimes auf die sprache Olfrids. i83o. 
Michel, Ferdinand. 1853-. Heinrich von 

Morungen und die troubadours. 1880. 
Schmidt, Erich. 1853-, Beitrage lur kennt- 

nissderKlopstockschenjugendlyrik, 1S80. 
Brahm, Otto. 1856-, Das deutsche ritter- 

drama. r88o, 
Ries, John. Die stellung von subject und 

pradicatsverbum im Hcliand, 1880. 
Martin, E. E. 1841-. Zur Gralsage. i3So. 
Konrad von Fussesbrunnen. fl. 13''' cent. 

Die kindheit Jesu, 1881. 
Schroder, Edward. 1858-. Das anegenge. 

isai. 



, iSsq-. Ober -J 



Mytholo- 
1884. 



Horn. King. 1 
Kossinna, Gust 

hochfrankisci 
Henning, Rud< 
Sobel, Naphle 

Evangelienbi.ch. .t 
Oltingen, Wolfgang voi 

Greflinger, 1882. 
Eraclius, deutches gedii 
Mannhardt, J. W, E. 

gische forschungen. 
Minot, Laurence, i3i3?-52? Lieder. 
Rfltleken, Hubert. Der lusammengeselzt' 
bei Berthold von Regensbui^. 1884. 
Konrad von Wuriburg. -12S7. Klage dec 

kunsl. 1885. 
Lasius.Otto. Das friesische bauernhaus. 1885, 
Henning, Rudolf. Die deutschen haustypen, 

iSS5. 
Waldhei^. Max, Freiherr von, 1858-, Die 

galanlelyrik. 1885. 
Exodus (rhymed version) German. Die alt- 

deulsche Exodus, 1886. 
Meyer, R. M. i860-, Grundlagen des mit- 

telbochdeutschen strophenbaus, 1886. 
Wrede, Ferdinand, 1863-. Ober die sprache 

der Wandalen. 1886. 
Servaes, Frani, 1862-. Die poetik Golt- 

scheds und der Schweizer, 1887. 
KSnig, Goswin, Der vers in Shaksperes 



(rink. 



E. C. 



1841-92. Beowulf; 
untersuchungen. i883. 
Blilbring, K. D, Geschichte des ablauts der 
Etarken zeilwOrter innerhalb des Sudeng- 

Pogalscher, Alois, iSga-. Zur lautlehre 

der griechischen, lateinischen und roman- 

ischen lehnworteim Altenglischen. 1888. 
Renard the fox. Neue fragmente des ged- 

iehls. 1889. 
Hauffer. Adolf, i363-. Caspar Scheldt . iS8g. 
Szamatolski. Siegfried. 1S66-. Ulrichs von 

Hutten deulache schrlften. iSgl, 
Wrede. Ferdinand. 1863-, Ober die sprache 

der Ostgoten in Italien, 1891, 
Garke. Hermann, Proihese und aphaereso 

des H im Althochdeutschen. 1891. 
KOppel. Emil, Studien zur geschichte der 

italienischen novelle in der englischeii litter- 

atur. 1892. 
Foster, T. G. Judith ; studies in metre. 

1892. 
Isidore, St., bp. of Seville. 570?-636. Der 

althoch deutsche Isidor. 1893. 
Abegg, Daniel. Zur Entwieklung der histor- 

ischen dichtung bei den Angelsachsen. 1894. 
Schorbaeh, Karl. 1851-. Studien liber das 

deutsche volksbuch Lucidarius. 1894, 
Bruckner, Wilhelm. Die sprache der Lango- 

barden. 1S95. 
Hugh of Eglynton, -1375 ?. Pisfel of swcte 

Susan, 1895. 



Paris, 1872-73. 



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Ritsont Joseph. 1752-1803. Ancient songs 
from the time of King Henry the Third to the revo- 
lution. . . [Anon.J London^ 1790. D. [4] + 

80 + 332 p. 

Bibliographia poetica ; a catalogue of 



Engleish poets of the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, 
fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries, with a short ac- 
count of their works. . . [Anon.] London^ 1802. 
D. 2+ [i] + 407 p. 

Bishopric garland ; or, Durham minstrel 



... a choice collection of , . . songs. , . Z^»- 
</<?«, 1809. D. 4 + 64 p. 

Caledonian muse ; a chronological selec- 



tion of Scottish poetry from the earliest times. . . 
London, i2>2i , D. 4 + 232 p. por. 

Cursory criticisms on the edition of Shake- 



speare published by Edmond Malone. . . [Anon.] 
London, I'] (^2. O. 9 + 104 p. 

English anthology. . . [Anon.] London, 



1893-94. D. 3 V. 



Essay on abstinence from animal food as 

a moral duty. . . London, 1802. O. [3] + 236 p. 

Gammer Gurton's garland; or. The nur- 



sery Parnassus ; a choice collection of pretty songs 
and verses. [Anon.] London, 18 10. D. 46 p. 

Gammer Gurton's garland ; or. The nur- 



sery Parnassus. [Anon.] London, 18 10, reprinted 
1866. D. 3 + 65 p. 



Jurisdiction of the Court leet. . . 2d ed. . . 

London, 1809. O- 20 + 108 + [3] p. 

Life of King Arthur, from ancient histo- 



rians and authentic documents. . . London, 1825. 
I). [5] + 43 + 172 p. 

Letters to George Paton . . , [with] a 



critique by John Pinkerton upon Ritson's Scotish 
songs ; [ed. by James Maidment]. Edinburgh, 
1829. O. 15 + 52 p. 

Letters . . . [with] a memoir ... by Sir 

Harris Nicholas . . . [ed. by J. Frank]. London, 
1833. D. 2 V. 



Memoirs of the Celts or Gauls. London, 



1827. D. 14 + 369 p. 



Northern garlands. London, 1810. D. 

4 pts. in one v. 

Observations on the three first volumes of 

the History of English poetry, in a familiar letter 
to the author. . . [Anon.] London, 1782. Sq. 
Q. 49 p. 

Remarks, critical and illustrative, on the 



text and notes of the last edition of Shakespeare. . . 
[by George Steevens. Anon]. London, 1783. O. 
8 + 240 p. 

Scotish songs [compiled by J. Ritson ; 



with music]. . . London, 1794. D. 2 v. 

Scotish songs. 2ded. Glasgow, iS6g. Sq. 



Q. 2v. 3 + 575 P' I por. pi. music. Large 
paper. 

Paged continuously. 



Select collection of English songs. • . 



[Anon.] London, 1783. D. 3 v. I pi. 



Spartan manual ; or, Tablet of morality, 

being a . . . collection of the apophthegms, maxims, 
and precepts of the . . . celebrated characters of 
antiquity. [Anon.] London, 1^8$. S. 23-}- 86 p. 

Spartan manual ; or. Tablet of morality. 



Glasgow, 1873. D. 23 + 86 p. 

Works edited by yoseph Ritson. 

Bradley, Ralph. 1717-88. Practical points ; 
or, Maxims in conveyancing ... to which are added 
Critical observations on the various and essential 
parts of a deed by ... J. Ritson. [Anon.] Lon- 
don, 1804. O. 7 + 147 p. 

Minot, Laurence. 1313 ?-52. Poems on in- 
teresting events in the reign of King Edward III. 
written in . . . MCCCLII, with a preface, disser- 
tations, notes, and a glossary ; ed. by Joseph Rit- 
son. London, 1795. D. 44 + 1 80 p. 

Robin Hood. Robin Hood ; a collection of all 
the ancient poems, songs, and ballads . . . relative 
to that celebrated English outlaw . . . with anec- 
dotes of his life by Joseph Ritson. , . London, 
1832. D. 2 V. ill. 

Hasle^rood, Joseph. 1 769-1 833. Some ac- 
count of the life and publications of the late Joseph 
Ritson. London, 1824. D. 3 + 48 + 9 p. por. 

Spenser Society Publications : 

12, 13, 16, 18, 22, 24. Wither, George. 1588- 
1667. Miscellaneous works. \Manche5ter'\i%'ji-'jZ, 
Sq. O. 6 V. 

20. Churchyardy Thomas. 1520 ?-i6o4. 
Worthines of Wales. [Manchester^ 1876. Sq, O. 
6 -f 107 + [3] p. 

26, 27. Wither, George. 1588-1667. Hale- 
luiah ; or, Britans second remembrancer. (1641.) 
\Manchester'\ 1879. Sq. O. 3 pts in 2 v. 

28, 29. Wither, George. 1 588-1667. Brit- 
ain's remembrancer (1628). \Manchester'\ 1880. Sq. 
O. 2V. 

30. Wither, George. 1 588-1667. Hymns 
and songs of the church. [Manchester"] 1881. Sq. 
O. [3] + 224 p. 

31,32. Wither, George. 1588-1667. Psalms 
of David translated into lyrik verse. [Manchester) 
1881. Sq. O. 2 V. 

33. Wither, George. 1588-1667. Paralello- 
grammaton. [Manchester] 1882. Sq. O. 138 p. 

34- Wither, George. 1 588-1667. Exercises 
upon the first psalme, both in prose and verse. 
[Manchester] 1882. Sq. O. 188 p. 

35. Copley, Anthony. 1 567-1607. A fig for 
fortune. [Manchester] 1883. Sq. O. 90 p. 

36. Wither, George, 1588-1667. Respub- 
lica Anglicana ; or. The historie of the Parliament. 
[Manchester] 1883. Sq. O. [3] + 55 p. 

37. Wither, George. 1 588-1667. Prepara- 
tion to the psalter. 161 9. [Manchester] 1884. F*. 
160 p. 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRlTIClixt 



36, Manclnl. Dominicus. fl, i6tii cenlury, 
Mirrour oi good mailers cuiitaining the foure cardi- 
nsJ vertues, compiled in Latin and Iranalaled inio 
English by Alexander Barclay. . , Manchester, 

1885. Y*. 83 p. 

39. Bartdfty, Alexander. I475?-I553. Cer- 
tayne eglnges, reprinted from the edition of 1570. 
\Maticht!Ur\ 1885. F*. 47 P- 

40. Great assises holden in Parnassus by 
Apollo and his assessonrs. \Manehisler'\ 1885. Sq, 
O, 50 p. 

41. PalaemDa, pseud. Vaticinium votivum; 
or, Palsmon's prophetick prayer, with several 
elegies, [MatuhisUr\ 1885. Sq, O. 118 p. por. 

4a. WiUobie, Henry. 1574 ?-q6?. His 
Avisa [edited by Hadrian Dorrell]. \MatukeHir\ 

1886. Sq. O. [3] + 163 p. 



47. BaBtard, Rev. Thomas. 1566-1618. 
Chrestoleros ; seuen bookes of epigrames. [Man. 
ckeiter] 1888. Sq. O. 130 p. 

New ser. 1-3. Drayton, Michael. 1588- 
1667. Poly-Olbion ; a corographicall description of 
Great Britain. [MaHcluslcr'\ 1889-90. F*. 3 
pt5. in 1 V. 

la. Speaaer, Edmund. t553!~99. The shep- 
heardes ealender ; [the original ed. of 1579 in photo- 
graphic facsimile, with an introduction by H. O. 
Sommer], Manchistcr, tSgo. Q, 25 + [5] +52 f. 



6. Heywood, John. 14977-1580?. The 
spider and the Hie. \Manch!sicr\ 1894. Sq. O. 
Z3 + 456 p. 

6a. Elton, Oliver. InlroLluction to Michael 
Drayton. . , lMaiich!sUr\ 1895. O. 3 + 8S p. 
por. facsim. 

Steevens. George. 1736-1800, editor. Six 
old playi, on which Shakespeare founded his 
Measure for measure, Comedy of errors, Taming 
the shrew. King John, King Henry IV., King Henry 
V, and King Lear, . . [Anon.] London, 1779. 



Teatro espai^ol anterior d Lope de Vega, por el 
editor de la Floresta de rimas antiquas castellanas. 
Hamburgo, iZ-jl. O. 4 + 471 p. 

Edited by J. N. Buhl von laber. 



Towuley mystei 
with prefaco by Jo; 
James (Jordon. Let, 



Waift and strays of Celtic tradition ; ArCTllshire 
series ; Lord Archibald Campbell, editor. LemdBti, 
1889-95. O. 5 V. pi. 

1 MacDougall, Rev, J., 1820-, compiler. Craig- 

nish t^es. 18S9, 

2 Maclnnes, Rev. D., editor and translator. 

Folk and hero tales. 1S90. 

3 MacDougall. Rev. J., 1820-, editor and trans- 

lator. Folk and hero tales. 1891. 

4 Campbell. J. G., 1B36-90, compiler. The 

Fians. 1891. 

5 Campbell, J. G., 1836-90, compiler. Clan tra- 



D RAM AT I C TEXTS. 

Ackermann, Hans, fl. 1530. Dramen von 
Ackermann und Voith ; hrsg. von Hugo HolsCein. 
Tilbingtn. \i^i\. Nar. O. 340 p. 

Adam. (Mystery.) Adam ; mystere du Xll* 
si^cle ; teitte critique accompagne d'une traduction 
par Leon Palustre. . . Paris, 1877. Sq. O. 
I2-1-1S7P. 

Agnes, St. -303, (Mystery.) II mistero pro- 
venzale di S. Agnese ; facsimile in eliotipia dell' 
unico manoscritto Chigiano, con prefaiione di Er- 
nesto Monaci. Roma, 1880. F. 8 p, ig fac- 



Le martyre de Sainte Agn^s ; mystere en 

vieille langue proven^ale ; texte . . . accompagn^ 
d'une traduction et de notes par A. L. Sardon. 
Nouvelle ed. enrichic de seize morceaux de chant 
du xii° et du XiIF siicle. . . parl'abbe Raillard. 
jV/cc, 1877. O. 6 + 112 p. 1 facsim. 

Aird, D. M. Love-trap; or heartsare trumps. 
London, i%'i(i. O. 24 p. 

Maid of Avenal, a ballad-opera. London,, 

185S. O. 32 p. 

Stolen kiss. \Lcndon, 1857.] D. 25 p. 

Ancient mysteries from the Digliy mss. pre- 
served in the Ilodleian library, Otford [edited by 
Thomas Sharpe]. Edinburgh, 1835. Sq. Q. [53] 
+ 2«>-(-8p. 

Ariadne, pseud. She ventures and he wins ; 
a comedy acted at the New theatre in Little Lin- 
coln's-! nn Pields. by his majesties servants ; written 
by a young lady. Londan, 1696. O. [S] -|-44 p, 

Arroi7Bmith| -. The reformaliim ; a com- 
edy acted at the Duke's theatre. . . [Anon.] 
London, 1673. O. [4] -\- 79 p. 

B., T. The counlrle gi'le : a mmedie, as it 
hath beeiie often acted with much applause. . . 
London, 1647. D. Uupagtii. 



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EX DONO AMICI UTTERARUM 



I9 John, fl. 1696. Cjrrus the great ; or, 
The tragedy of love, as it is acted at the theatre in 
Little Lincoln's-Inn-Fields by his majesty's ser- 
vants. London^ 1696. Sq. O. [8] + 57+[2]p. 

The innocent usurper ; or, The death of 



the Lady Jane Gray; a tragedy. London ^ 1694. 
Sq. O. [5 J + 60 p. 

The island queens ; or, The death of 



Mary, queen of Scotland ; a tragedy. . . London^ 
1684. Sq. O. [6] + 70 p. 

Rival kings ; or. The loves of Oroondates 



and Statira ; a tragedy acted at the Theater-Royal. 
. . . London, 1677. O. [10] + 54 p. 

The unhappy favourite ; or, The earl of 



Essex ; a tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal by 
their majesty's servants. . . London , 1685. Sq. 
O. [8] + 62 -+■ [2] p. 



Vertue betray'd ; or, Anna Bullen ; a 



tragedy, acted at . . . the Duke's theatre. Lon- 
don, 1682. Sq. O. [8] 4- 79 p. 

Battle of the Nile, a dramatic poem, on the 
model of the Greek tragedy. London, 1799. O. 

7 + 64 p. 

Beaumont* Francis, 1584-1616, and Fletcher, 
John, 1 5 79-1625. Works . . . with an introduc- 
tion by George Darley. New ed. London [1840]. 
O. 2 v. 2 por. 

Die braut, eine tragddie . . . nebst kriti- 

schen und biographischen abhandlungen tiber die 
vier grbssten dichter des altern brittischen theatres. 
/Copenhagen ^ 1 765. S. 294 p. 

Scornful lady ; a comedy. . . 8^ ed. 



London, 1691. Sq. O. [3] + 52 p. 

Behny Mrs. Aphra Johnson. 1640-89. The 
debauchee ; or. The credulous cuckold ; a comedy, 
acted at . . . the Duke of York's theatre. . . 
[Anon.] London, 1677. Sq. O. [5] + 63 p. 

Betuleius, Sixtus. 1500-54. Svsanna ; comoedia 
tragica. Tigvri, Frosc hotter us , 1538. S. Unpaged. 

Bickerstaff*s unburied dead ; a moral drama, 
as acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn 
Fields. . . London, 1743. D. [8] + 30 + [2] p. 

Birch* Samuel. 1757-1841. Adopted child, a 
musical drama in two acts, printed from the acting 
copy. . . London [1795 ?] O. 34 p. i pi. 

Smugglers, a musical drama in two acts 

as it is performed at the Theater royal, Drury 
Lane. London, 1796. O. [4] + 37 p. 

Bloody duke. The ; or, The adventures for a 
crown ; a tragi-comedy, as it was acted at the court 
at Alba Regalis by . . . persons of great quality, 
written by the author of the Abdicated prince. , , 
London, 1690. Sq. O. [4] + 60 p. 

Bonarelli della Rovere* Giudubaldo. 1563- 
1608. Filli di Sciro ; or, Phillis of Scyros ; an ex- 
cellent pastorall, written in Italian and translated 
into English by J[ames] S[hirley]. London, 1655. 
O. [14] + 114 p. 



Boothby* Frances. Marcelia ; or, The treach^ 
erous friend ; a tragi-comedy, as it was acted at the 
Theatre-Royal by his majesties servants. . . 
London, 1670. O. Unpaged. 

Brady, Rev. Nicholas. 1659-1726. The rape ; 
or. The innocent imposters ; a tragedy acted at the 
Theatre-Royal by their majesties servants. . » 
[Anon.] London, 1692. O. [8] + 56 p. 

The Braggadocio ; or, The bawd tum'd piiri- 
tan ; a new comedy, by a person of quality . . » 
London, 1691. O. [4] + 64 p. 

Brecht, Lievin van. 1515-58. Evripvs ; tragoe- 
dia Christiana nova. Louanij, apud Martinum 
Rotarium <5r* Petrum FhaUsium, 1549- S. 55 -|- 

[5]. I. 

Brome* Alexander. 1620-66. Cunning lovers ; 
a comedy as it was acted ... by their majesties 
servants ... in Drury Lane. London, 1654. O. 
67 p. 

Buchanan, George. 1506-82. Baptistes ; 
sive, Columnia ; tragoedia. . . WitebergcCy 1604. 
S. Unpaged. 

Bncklngha.m8hire» John Sheffield, 1st duke 
of. 1649-1720. Works. 4^ ed. . . London, 
1753. S. 2 V. 

Burton, Robert. 1577-1640. Philosophaster ; 
comoedia, nunc primum in lucem producta ; poemata 
antehac sparsim edita, nunc in unum coUecta [a 
W. E. Buckley]. Hertfordia, 1862. Sq. Q. 36 
+ 148 + [2] p. 

C, J. Pleasant comedie called the Two merry 
milkmaids ; or. The best words weare the garland* 
London, 1620. D. [72] p. 

Calderon de la Barca» Pedro. 1601-87. 
Select plays, edited with introductions and notes 
by Norman Maccoll. London, 1888. D. 59+ 
507 p. I por. 

Carey, Henry. -1743. Dramatick works» 
London, 1743. Sq. O. [16] + 254 -f [2] p. 

Carlell, Lodowick. fl. 1629-64. Famous 
tragedy of Osmond the great Turk ; otherwise 
called. The noble servant. London, 1657. S. 

59 p. 

, The fool would be a favourit ; or, The 

discreet lover ; a trage-comedy. London ^ 1657, 
S. [3] + 88 p. 

CarrettOy Galeotto, marchese del. fl. 1500. 
La sophonisba ; tragedia. . . Vinegia, appressa 
Gabriel Gioliio de Ferrari, 1546. S. 52 f. 

Cart^vright» William. 161 1-43. Comedies, 
tragi-comedies, with other poems. . . London^ 
1651. S. [120] + 148 + [322] p. I por. 

The lady-errant ; a tragi-comedy. Lon- 



don, itsi. S. [4j + 8o+[i]p. 

The ordinary, a comedy. London, 16^1^ 



S. 2 + 90 p. 



Royall slave ; a tragi-comedy, presented 

to the King and Queene by the students of Christ 
Church in Oxford, Aug. 30, 1636. . . 2** ed. 
Oxford, 1640. D. Unpaged. 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRITICISA 



CmrjM, John. i6as-i;ir. 



The English pcin- 

-^kIII; '- 

Duke 



Sir Salomon ; or, The cautious coxcomb ; 

a coQiedj' acted by their majesties servants. London, 

1671. o. w+ioip. 

Celeatina ; 01, The Spanitih bawd ; a tragi- 
comedy, taken from the Spanish play of Mateo 
Aleman . . . and adapted to the English stage. . . 
London. 1707. Nar. O. [4] + 102 p, 

OeMtrl, Cesare de? Romilda ; tragedia. [Co- 
lophon ; Venetia, per Francesco Bindoni. tt Mapkeo 
Fasini. 1551.] S. 28 f. 

Scilla ; tcagedia. . . Venetia, appresso 

Giouan. Griffio, 1552. S. 51 f. 

Chapman, George, l55g?-[(>34, and Shirley, 

James, 1596-1666. Tragedie of Chabot, admiral! 
of France ; as it was presented by her majesties 
servants ... in Drury Lane. London, 1639. D. 
Unpaged. 

Chettle. Henry. -1607? Tragedy of Hoff- 
man; or, A revenge for a father, as it hath bin 
divers times acted ... at the Phenix in Druery- 
Lane. [Anon.] London, 1631. D, Unpaged. 

Tragedy of Hoffman ; or, A revenge for 

a father . . . hrsg. von Richard Ackermann, 
Bamberg. 1894. O. 33 -|- [3] -h 86 p. 

Clive, Mrs, Catherine Raftor. 1711-S5. Re- 
hearsal ; or, Says in petticoats ; a. comedy in two 
acts . . . the music composed by Dr. Boyce. 
Loruian. 1753. D. 43 p. 

Coalition; a farce founded on facts and 
lately performed with (he approbation ... of the 
managers of the Theatres-Royal . . . [by " A poor 
player."] London, 1779. O. 8-|-3i p. 

Cockbum, Mrs. Catharine Trotter. 1679- 
1749. Agnes de Castro ; a tr^edy. as it is acted at 
the Theatre Royal by his majesty's servants . , . 
by a young lady. [Anon.] London, i6q6, O. 

Fatal friendship ; a tragedy, as it is 

acted at the New Theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn- 
Fields. [Anon.] London, l6gS. O. [8] -|- 56 p. 



Lait jt jIo- 


; or. Most votes carry i 




ted at the Theatre Roy 


in Drary-Lane. by hi 


majesty's servants. . 
0. [3J-I-5&P- 


[Anon.] London, 1701. 



Revolution of Sweden ; a tragedy, as it 

is acted at the Queens theatre in (he Hay-Market 
[Anon.]... LondoH.nob. O. [8] + 7ip. 

The unhappy penitent ; a tragedy, as it 

is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by 
his m.ijesty's servants, London, not. O. [8] 
+ 48 p. 

Constant nymph. The ; or, The rambling 
sbepheard ; a pastoral as it is acted at the Duke's 
theatre, written by a person of quality. . . Lon- 
don, 167S. O. [S]-|-48 p. 



Comeille. The 

Oronlus ; or. The 1( 
from the French by 
don, 1665. O, [3] 

Nicomede ; a iragi-ci 

French by John Dancer ; as it wiu c.i.icu . 
Thealre-Rojial in Dublin . . . with a catalt^u.. „. 
all the English slage-plays printed till . . , 1671. , . 
London. 1671. O. [4l-|-5t>-|- 16 ?■ 

Pompey the great ; a tragedy, as it wu 

acted by the servants of . . . the Duke of York ; 
translated out of French by , . . [Edmund Waller. 
C. Sackville, Sir C. Sedley, and H, Godoiphin]. . . 
London. 1664. O. [4] + 54 + [3] P- 

Cowley, Mrs, H. P, 1743-1809. Works: 
dramas and poems. London, 1B13. O. 3 v. 
V. I The runaway. Who's the dupe? Albinn, 
The belle's strat^em. Which is the man ? 
Bold stroke for a husband. 
V. 2 More ways than one. School for greybeards. 
Fate of Sparta. Day in Turkey, The 
town before you, 
V. 3 Poems, Green coat and brown coat ; a taie. 

Crawford, David. 16G5-1726. Courtship i- 
la-mode ; a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre 
Royal in Drury Lane by his majesty's servants. . . 
London, 1700. O. [8] -1- 51 p. 

CrocuB, Cornelius, -1550. Comoedia sacra 
cvi titulus Joseph, ad ChristianE iuuentutis instj- 
' :ta locos inuentionis ueteremque 
arisiis, De Porta, 1541. S. 62 p. 



nNor 






lus quam ipsa 
comcEoia viui, . . ^nmerpis, ino. S, Unpaged, 
Crowne, John. -1703 ? Henry the Sixth, the 
first part ; with the murder of Humphrey, duke of 
Glocester, as it was acted at the Dukes theatre. 
London, 1681. Sq. O. [8] -)- 69 p, 

D., J, Knave in giaine, new vampt ; a witty 
comedy, acted at the Fortune, many dayes to- 
gether. . , London, 1640. D. Unpaged. 

Daniel, Samuel. 1562-1619. Queenes Ar- 
cadia; a pastorall trage-comedie presented to Her 
Majesty and her ladies by the University of Oxford 
in Christ's church, in Aug, 1605. London, 1623. 
D, p. 325-402. 



Davenport, Robert. H. 
quel ; a tragedie ... by T, D. 
Unpaged. 



623. Bloodie ban- 



, . . London, 1873. D. 4 v. 

Wemoir. Magnificent entertainment given 
to King James, Pleasant comedie of old 
Fortunatus, Satiro-maslix. Shoemakers 
huli.l.y, 

loiie^l whore. Westward boe. Whore of 
itabylon.. 

amous history of Sir Thomas Wyat. It it 
be not good the divel is in it. Northward 
hoe. Roaring girie. Troia-nova trium- 



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Dekker, Thomas. A tragi-comedy called. Match 
mee in Loadon, as it hath beene often presented 
at . . . the Bull in St. Johns-street and ... at the 
private house in Drury-Lane called the Phoenix. . . 
London^ 1631. D. [4] + 76 p. 

Delius» Nikolaus, 1813-88, compiler. Pseudo- 
Shakspere'sche dramen. Elberfetd^ 1855. D. 
pt. 2. 

Dennis* John. 1657-1734. A plot and no 
plot ; a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal 
m Drury-Lane. . . London [1697]. O. [4] -|- 79 p. 

Iphigenia ; a tragedy, acted at the theatre 

in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields. . . London^ 1700, 
Sq. O. [i2] + 59P- 

Rinaldo and Armida ; a tragedy, as it is 

acted at the theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. 
. . . London, 1699. Sq. O. [14] + 54 + [2] p. 

Dilkey Thomas. The lover's luck ; a comedy, 
as it is acted at the theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn- 
Fields by his majesty's servants. . . London, 
1696. O. [6] -I- 48 p. 



The Pretenders ; or the town unmaskt ; a 



comedy, acted at the theatre in Little-Lincoln's- 
Inn-Fields by his majesty's servants. . . London, 
1698. [8] + 48 p. 

Do£^£^tt, Thomas. -1721. A country-wake ; 
a comedy. London, 1698. O. 71 p. 

D'Ouvilly, George Gerbier. fl. 1661. False 
favourit disgrac'd and the reward of loyalty ; a 
tragi-comedy never acted. [Anon.] London, 1657. 
T. [4] + 112 p. 

Drama Symbdlikdn tdn 'eroon ; Sereniss : Ro- 
dolpho II Hungariae, Boemiaeqve regi, archidvci 
Avstriae . . . i Collegio Viennensi Societatis Jesv 
. . . dedicatum. Viennae Austriae exevdebat 
Stephanus Creuzer, 1575. Sq. O. [37] p. 

Due farse del secolo 16, riprodotte sulle antiche 
stampe con la Descrizione ragionata del volume 
miscellaneo della Biblioteca di WolfenbUttel con- 
tenente poemetti popolari italiani comp. dal Dott. 
G. Milchsack con aggiunte di A. d'Ancona. 
Bologna, 1882. 13 + 291 p. 

Duffet, Thomas, fl. 1678. The amorous old- 
woman ; or, 'Tis well if it take ; a comedy acted by 
his majesties servants. . , London, 1674. Sq. O, 
[6] + 72 p. 

Empress of Morocco ; a farce, acted by 

his majesties servants. London, 1674. D. [10] + 
43 p. I por. 



The mock-tempest ; or, The enchanted 

castle, acted at the Theatre Royal. . . London, 
1675. O. 10 + 56 p. 

D'lJpfey, Thomas. 1653 ?-i723. The fond 
husband ; or, The plotting sisters ; a comedy, as it 
is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. . . 
London, 1735. S. 107 p. i pi. 



— — ^ Madame Fickle ; or, The witty false one ; 
a comedy, as it is acted at . . . the Duke's theatre 
. . . London, \trn, Sq. O. [8] +66 p. 



The marriage-hater match'd ; a comedy, 

acted at the Theatre- Royal by their majesties ser- 
vants. London, 1692. Sq. Q. [12] + 54 + [2] p. 

Richmond heiress ; or, A woman once in 



the right ; a comedy acted at the Theatre Royal 
by their majesties servants. London, 1693. O. 
[8] + 64 p. 

Siege of Memphis ; or. The ambitious 



Love for money ; or, The boarding 

school ; a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre 
Royal, London, 1691. Sq. O. [10] + 66 p. 



queen ; a tragedy, acted at the Theatre-Royal. . . 
London, 1676. Sq. O. [6] + 74 p. 

EnrardoSf Bemardus. Salomon ; comoedia 
sacra ex veteri instrumento desvmpta. Dvaci, Bos- 
cardus, 1564. T. Unpaged. 

Factious citizen ; or, The melancholy visioner ; 
a comedy as it was acted at the Duke's theatre. . . 
lA)ndon, 1685. O. [8] + 83 p. 

Fair parricide, a tragedy of three acts, founded 
on a late melancholy event. London, 1752. S. 

43 p. 

Fane» Sir Francis. -1689 ?. The sacrifice ; a 
tragedy. . . London, 1686. O. [8] + 67 p. 

Fibner, Edward, fl. 1707. Unnatural brother ; 
a tragedy, as it was acted by his majesties servants 
at the theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields. Lon- 
don, 1697. O. [8] + 52 p. 

Flamant, Guillaume, chanoine. 1460?-! 540?. 
La vie et passion de Sainct Didier, martir et evesqne 
de Lengres . . . publiee . . . avec une introduc- 
tion par J. Camandet. Paris, 1855. O. 40 + 
458 p. 

Fletcher, John. 15 79-1625. Demetrius and 
Enanthe ; being the humorous lieutenant, a play, 
published from a ms. dated 1625 . . . ed. by the 
Rev. Alexander Dyce. London, 1830. O. 8 + 
114 p. 

Valentinian ; a tragedy, as *tis alter'd by 

the . . . Earl of Rochester and acted at the Thea- 
tre-Royal . . . with a preface concerning the au- 
thor and his writings. . . London, 1685. O. 
[32j+8i + [i]p. 

Foorde» James J. Key to the lock ; a comedy 
in two acts as it was damned at the Theatre- RoyiJ 
in the Haymarket, on Monday, Aug. 18, 1788. . . 
[Anon.] London, 11%%, O. [4] + 5+28p. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79. Dramatic works. 

, . . London, 1798. D. 3 v. 
Contents : 

V. I . Catharine and Petruchio. Every man in his 
humour. The fairies. Florizel and Per- 
dita. Lying valet. Lethe. Miss in her 
teens. Romeo and Juliet. 

V. 2 Cymbeline. The enchanter ; or. Love and 
magic. Farmer's return from London. 
The gamesters. The guardian. Isabella ; 
or, The fatal marriage. Liliput. Male- 
coquette. 

V. 3 Arthur and Emmeline. Bon ton ; or, High 
life above stairs. Clandestine marriage. 
High life below stairs. Irish widow. 
May day ; or, The little gipsy. A peep 
behind the curtain. Theatrical candidates. 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRITICISE 



Gay, John. 1685-1732. BcgRars opera as il is 
perfonQed at the theatres in Drury Lane and Covent 
Garden composed by Dr. Pepysch for the voice. 



Be^ars' opera, as it is acted at Che Thea- 
tre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. . . ad ed. 
[with] the overture in score. . , London, 1728. 
D. [8] + 76 p. 

Beggars' opera as it is perfortneii at both 

theatres with the additional alterations and new 
basses by Dr. Ante for the voice, harpsichord and 
violin... Zcnobif, no date. Obi. O. 2g p. music. 



Ouverlure in score and songs in The 

beggar's opera ; composed by Dr. Pepuseh. \London. 
1777?] Q- 46 p. music. 

Polly : an opera, being the second part 

of the Beggar's opera. . . London, 1729. O. 
9 -1-62 p. 16 p. of music, 

Songs and dialogues, duels and trios, in 

The beggar's opera, as . . , perform 'd at the Theatre 
in Lincolns Inn Fields; the songs transpos'd for 
the flute. \LBniion\ no date. S. 60 -H [4] p. 



CHldon, Charles. 1665-1724. Love's victim; 
or. The oueen of Wales ; a tragedy, as it was 
acted at the theatre in Lincoln-Inn- Fields by his 
majesty's servants. . . [Anon.] London, 1701. O. 
[12] +49 p. 

Measure for measure ; or. Beauty the best 

advocate, as it is acted at the theatre in Lincolns- 
Inn-Fields ; written ori^nally by Mr. Shakspere 



The patriot ; or, The Italian conspiracy ; 

a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in 
Drury-Lane. . . London, 1703. O. [10] + 54 



-Phreton; or. The fatal divorce; a tragedy, 

as it in acted at the Theatre Royal in imitation of 
theanlients. . . London. ifigB. O. [22] + 33 p. 

The Roman brides revenge ; a tragedy, 

as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal by His Majesty's 
servants. . . London, 1697. O. [4] + 52 p. 

GnaphaeuB, Culiclmus, 1493-1568. Acolas- 
tus ; De filio prodigo comcedia Acolasti lituio in- 
sccipta. Colonin, 1569. Nar. S. [79] p. 

Comoedia Acolasti, titulo inscripta De 

filio prodigo, atque Gabrielis Prateoli comroentariis 
illustrata. , . Farisiis, Mauricius h Porta, 1554. 
S. [8] + i99 + [.]L 

Goethe, J. W. von. 1749-1832. Gotz von 
Berlichingen mit der eisernen hand ; ein schauspiel. 
8. au^abe. Leipzig, 1787. S. 240 p. 

GoBiersall, Rev. Robert. 1602-46 ?. Trage- 
die of Lodovick Sforza, duke of MiUan. 2d cd, 
London. 1633. T. [6] + 69 p. 



Gould, Robert. 
The violence of lov 
the Theatre-Royal 
London, 1696. Sq. 



in conspectum ponu: ur 1 

et papistica doctrii.^. . . * -■fl, 

Viadrum, 1614. S. Unpaged. 

Gr£ba.ti, Amoul d'. fl. is'*' cent. Le mystire 
de la passion, pnblie . . . avec uoe introduction et 
un glossaire par Gaston Paris et Gaston Raynaud. 
Paris, 1B78. Q. 51 + 471 + [i] p. 

Grimston, William Luckyn Grimston, t« vis- 
count. 1683-1756. The lawyer's fortune; or. 
Love in a hollow tree ; a comedy. 2d ed. [Anon,] 
London [1705]. O. [4] + 68 p. 

:6i6-64. Werke; hr^. 
trlin und Stiillgarl, no 
dale. U. 27 + 409 p. ill. 

Owinne, Matthew, M.D. 1558 ?-r627. Nero ; 
tragxdia nova. , . Londini, 1603. O, Unpaged. 

Harris, Joseph. 11. 1661-99. "^^ mistakes ; 



The false 

den, the epih 
O. [S]-i-7f 

a tragedy. . 
Higdea, 



ragi-comedy, acted by their 
ints ; the prol<^^e ... by Mr. Dry- 
jue by Mr. Tate. . . London, 1691, 



fl. 1693. The V 
irral ; a comedy, as 
the Theatre Royal by their majesties 
. London, ibijy Sq. O. [12] -|-52-l-[4] p. 



ints. 



Hopkins, Charles, 1664-99. Fyrrhus, king of 
Epirus; a tragedy, acted al the New theatre in 
Little Lincoln's- inn -Fields by his majesties ser- 
vants. . . London, itgs. Sq, O. 6 -f- 48 + [2] p. 

Hoivard, Edward, fl, 1669. The usurper ; a 
tragedy, as it was acted at the Theater Royal by 
his majesties servants. . . London, 166S. Sq. 
O. [8] + 7. p. 

Womi 



Howard, James. H, 1674. The English 
mounsieur ; a comedy, as it is acted at the Theater- 
Royal, by his majesty's servants. London, 1674. 
Sq. O. [3] +64 p. 

Howard, Sir Robert. 1626-98. Four new 
plays ; as they were acted by his majesties ser- 
vants at the Thcalre-Royal. . . London, 1665. 
Q. [..] + s« + [i]p. 

Contents : 

The surprisal. The committee. The In- 
dian-queen, The vestal-virgin, 

Hoyer, Michel. 1593- 1650. Tragtedi^aliaque 
poidmala, Anlvtrpi^, J641. Nar. Tt, [22] -[- 
:a(.-F[3]p. 

Hull, Thomas. 172S-1S08. Royal merchant; 
an opera founded on Beaumont and Fletcher, as it 
is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-garden. 
[Anon.] London, 176S. D, [6] -\- 63 p. 



26 EX DOSO AMICI UTTERARUM 



Tbomas. Cioldiet Lodge ; a laice. ITiit wjliwn, Avgnst Friedrich Fodiiiaiid 

in two acts, as p c ifmm c d at the Theatre Roval. 1761-1S19. The natural son ; a i^t in fire 

CoTcnt n«rA"« 2^cd. Z^adBnr [1795]. O. [6] being the ong;uial of Lover's tows . . . tr. frooa 

-{- 53 p. the Gennan br Anne Flmnptre . . . [vith] pccfnoe 

^ . . . 4* ed- rer. Lmdtm^ 179S- O. 7-*-83p. 
Jost m time ; a comic open, in three 

acts, as pexfonncd at the Theatre Roval. Corent Reconciliation ; or. Btrthdar ; a u i m e Jy 

Garden, . . Ltmdtm [17912]. O. 4-r^7 P- ™ ^^^ ''^ . . . tr. from die German. 3^ cd. 




Mazienklage : zwci nicderdeatsche sdianspiele aos RoQa : or. The Penman hero, a tngedj- 

handschriften dcr Wolfenbattler bihliothek hisg. in fire acts, tr. from the German, br 3f. G. Lewis. 

Ton Otto Scbonemann. [Anon.] J7«nvcrr. 1535. Ltmdgn^ 1799- O- [3] ~^ ^^ P- 

O. l4-^[l]-rl3op. ' ^ . ,^ -„. 1. 1. 

Ii«te revotntion. The ; or. The happj chaise ; 

lift e d lonre ; or. The ladr's satisfaction : a a tngi-comedj. as it vas acted throoghont the Eng- 

comcdr, as it is acted at the Theatre-RoTal in lish dominions in ... i635. written br a person of 

Dmrr-Lu&e. br her majestr's sworn scrrants^ qnaHtr. . . Ltmdtm^ 1690. O. [4] ^53 — [2] p. 

Zrf«jiw [1711]. ' Sq. Q. [6]-f72p. - ' _., , tu^^^a.^ /t. ^ rx - 

Ii» Ifiimmanfr. Theodore Clande Hcnn 

TnanoM, Ben. i3;74-i637. Works collated Heisart. Ticomtede.iSis-iSos, translator and edi- 
wiA an the former cdztioBS and corrected, widi ^r. Le grand m^rstcre de Jesos. passion ec 
notes critical and Graianatorr br Peter WhaUer rection: drame breton da mo^cn age, 
. . . Lmmdam. 17^6. O. 7V. * ' «todc snr le theatre chea Ics natiaBS 

/W£f, iS^ O. 135 -r- 263 p. 

Jordaa* Hadrixnas. 1617— Sosanna; tzaeoe- « .^ ^ 

dta. . . /^cruKLf. i6m- T. M-^170— [ijp. Tifiiinfirrt, John. ft. 1679. Coantrr 

cence ; or. The cfaamber-maid tam'd ({oaker : a 

J<avdbui» Thomss. i6i2?-S5. London's ressr> cotne«fy ... as it is now acted at the Theatre- 
rcctson to jor and triomph. erpresed in sudrr RoyaL Lamdm^ 1677. Sq. O. [S] -r 57 -r~ ['] P- 
shewsv shapes, scenes, speeches and soogs in parts. _ 
cc^ebrinESto ... Sir George Waterman . . . L«wi«, MatAew Gregoer. 1775-iSiS. Alfonso, 



of , . . Ltxsdoo. at the o^wztces of the *™g ^f Castile : a tngedr in fire acts. . . 2d ed. 

wocshipfal compaaj of Sfcirmfrs. Lim£m^ 1671. -£**^w- 1202. D. 15 -^ 1=2 P- 

^' ^^ Tittlcinn. Rer. Adam. i637-<^ Tragi. 

Jmrdmn, Wniiam. ff. 1611. Gwreaasanbjs; oomocdia Qxoniensis. [.\nao. Oxford f 164S?] 

rite CreatKxi of the world, a Comssh mTsterr. edi- ^- ^- ^ ?- 

ted with a tra=sIadon and iwces br WTiitieT Stokes. Iiownr. Scr WHIiam. i6oo3^i663. Pblreactes; 

[Anon.] B^r^M^ x^y. O. iKe p. ^ xhe nurtrr: a tragedr. Ltmim^ 1655. D. 

J njnei. WStEam. 162^-1706. The Roman W"^-"?- 

cm^res : a tragecr, acted ac the Roval Theater br im^m^^am^ Lewisy ft. i€o?, and M arkhaan. Gcr- 

kBs otxjestbes senrants. . . [Lamitn^ IC71. O. rase. i5rS?-i657. The dumbe kni^t ; an histaD- 

[loj -^': r ?« call coccoir acted ssndrr times br the children ctf 

-» ».- • ^.^ * * « . . *^ . has maiiestws rerellsw [Anon.] Ztfiadm, 163V 

#nmnaU JtyftgT Loms .\cTt7TLr, i?i«o^75. cof&> 

piler. >CTst3es isodics d:i 15*^°^ sKcle : pablies KaeropedBna* Ge of g in s. t475?~i55^> Bte- 

fwnr Le premiere fees . . . d'apres lerasw. urnkjue sans fabcLi tesdrrfwrna. \Trxjicii\ 'H^&srtima^ 

de L& Bcblaccaeqae SCe^ GeneTieTe. Fzris^ 1537. I5.?cl S. Unragec. 
O. 2 T. ia I. 2 pL 

HecastTs : fabola non minis pea qvaaa 



Hearr. D.D. 1615-1700. The iTcrncLt. C^CunLu^ ,^nx laoMmnm t? 

consrtracy ; a tragedr. as r: was rnrea-ied for tie 15^. S. [79] p* 
itTi?rf«7> c£ :he Lc?rd CharLes Herbert and the Lsdr 

VrLers^ . . Z^naanr, icy?. D. Unpaged. MaidwnlL Lawrence. Lofciag 

com.edT. ^ i: was acted at . . . tie Dttke of Vein's 

KivckHBnier» Thcnnasw I5ti-C3^ Tragoedia thftirre. . . L^rmSnt, icco. S<j^. O. [6]-i-66pL 
scva ParnTnTr^^TS. aatoce Tbooia Xaogeorgos, . . 

AagmaL£ rausj:xxAurM^ 1539. -- Unpaged. Wnnify, Mrs. Mxrr De La Rrrore. 1672?- 

1724. AisiT:!! : or. Tie Ararian tow ; a tragiedtf, 

_ L2cead5a: ser. FyrgoccirsLsces : tragoe- as ii is airte-i a: :ie Tiei^e Roral m. die Ha^ 

<Si rscsis TtATj ,, aerfcanfia qrcrradasi papiiCid Market br ier rrijescys serrancs. . . LgmJm^ 

gj^gis- expccess facinora. Thoon Xjogeocgo^ 1707- Sq.* O. [^rcj-— ccp. 
5 iiJ^tfry^, Riir7^ 154-^- T. 4,9 t. 

' Tie Irsc loT-r: or. The jieai3ttshiirf)«nd; 

^ Tragoeifsa FaaKa3cii:=<, ast?re Tioea a cccaedr. as h is acted ar tie Theatre Rovai by 

Xa^geccgp Serasrrrgecs. . . risderj-^^ Intx- iis aa^jsatr's sem^Sw LjmMm^ itigta. O.* [id| 

«£r Jj« -y, 1535. T. ''z't-zlz!^ - ^ rl 

Jrcji. i -"^5-- Serea ciaai:?MC!S of LscLzs^ tie Krst Chrgrran krag of 



ca^=25C?=^;£»^a« -. -^"^^ ^ ^2« Cocke-ctt aad at the a trageor. as i: :> acted a: dfcae Theane^Rowal 
Ked-BaH it Sc Tacss itreece^ . . Zjmim^ 163^ I>nrr-Laz.e br iSs sanescr's senaac&. Tmi 
D. Unpaged. 1717; s^. O. * lis] — 54 — M p- 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRITICISl 



Bbtnler, Mrs. Mary De La Ritiere. Royal mis- 
chief ; a tragedj. as it is acted by his majesties 
servants. London, 1696. Sq. 0.[B] + 47 P- 

Uftiudng^, Francis, 1673-. .\ll for the better ; 
or, The infallihle cure ; a comedy, as ii is acted at 
the Theatre-Royal in Drury-LBne hy her majestieB 
servanla. London, 1703. O. [8] + 5= p- 

The generous choice ; a comedy, as it is 

acted at the New Theatre in Litlle Lincoln's-Inn 
Fields by his majesty's servants. . . London, 
1700. Sq. O. [3]-|-4Sp. 



Tragedy of Edward the second, 

introductioQ and notes by Wilhelm VV^ner. 
burg, 1871. D. [38] -f 131 -f- [4] p. 



HaaoDi John. Excellent tragedy of Mulleasses 
the Turke and Borgias, govemour of Florence . . . 
as it hath beene . . . acted ... by the cbildrea 
of his majesties revels. . . London, 1632. D. 
Unpaged. 

Hl^, Thomas. 1505-1650. Tragedy of An- 
tigOTte, the Theban princess. London, 1631, T. 
Unpaged. 

MaynCt Jasper. 1604-72. Amorous warre ; a 
tragi-comedy. . . [Anon. Oxford] 1648. S. 
84 p. 

Heinrkd, St. -36i. (Legend.) Ein geisitiches 
spiel von 5. Meinrads leben und slerben aus der 
einiigen Einsiedler handschrifl. hrsg. von I'. G. 
Morel. Slultgarl. lib-i. Xar. O. 124 p. 



MetB«ta^o, Pie 


ro Antonio Domenico Eaona- 


Ventura Trapassi, aba 


e. i(>f|S-i;Si. Dramas am 




the Italian bv John Iloole 


London, I&oo. 0. 


V. pi. 



Middleton. Thomas. i370?-i627. Works 
. , . now first collected with some account of the 
author and notes by . . . Rev. Ale:iander Dyce. 
London, 1840. D. 5 V. 1 por. s pi. 

HUton, John. 1608-74. Comus ; a masque 
{now adapted to the stage) [by John Dalton] . . . 
first represented on Michaelmas day . . , before 
the . , . Earl o£ Bridge water. . , London, 1760, 
D. 53 P- 

HIracIes de Xostre Dame. Miracle de Xostre 
Dame, de Saint Jehan Crisolhomes et de Anthure, 
sa mere, bransti skadespel fran det fjoilonde ir- 
hundradet . . . ulgifvet . . . af Carl Wahlund. 
S/ociAo/m. 1875. O. 22 -|- 1 1 r p. 

— Un miracle de Nostre Dame d'un enfant, 

qui fu donne au dyable. quant il fu engendre, hrsg. 
Ton Adelbert toe Keller. Tubingni. 1B65. Sq. 

Q. sap. 



I beauty ; or, The lyar ; ; 
acted by their majesties servants at I 
Theatre. London, 1685, Sq. O. [4] 4 



Montagu, Wal 
heard's paradise ; a 
the late King Charh 



ladies 



Qf hor 



Moore. Edward 
a comedy. London, .~nu, L , 

HoraJit^ de mundus, caro. demonia, k ci 
petsonnages ; Farce des deux savetiers, a trois pn- 
sonnages[pub, de Dorand de LanconJ. Paris, 1E38. 
Nar. F. [30] p. 

Mottenz, EHerre Antoine. 1660-171S. The 
island princess ; or. The generous Portuguese ; 
made into an opera, as ii is performed at the 
Theatre Royal. , . London. i;OI. O. [B] + 43 p. 

Loves of Mars and Venus ; a plav set to 

music, as jl is acted at the New Theatre, iii Little 
Lin col nVInn -Fields, by his majesty's servants. ■ . 
London, 1697. Sq. O. [8] -|- 30 p. 

Thomyris, queen of Scythia ; an opera, 

as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Dtoty- 
Lane. . . London, 1707. Sq. O. [4] + 55 p. 

Triumph of love ; an opeia as it is per- 
formed at the Queen's Theatre in the Hay-Market. 
London. 1713. O. [S] + 40 p. 

Moimtfort, William. 16647-92. Henry the 
second, king of England ; with the death of Rosa- 
mond ; a tragedy, acted at the Theatre-Royal by 
their majesties servants. [Anon.] London, 1693. 
O. [8] -1- 52 p. 

King Edward the third, with The fall of 

Mortimer, earl of March : an historicall piay. as It 
is acted at the Theatre- Roy all bv their majesties 
servants. London . ib^i . O. [8] + 55 p. 

The successful! slraingers ; a Irage-com- 

edy, acted by their majesties servants at the Theatre- 
Royal. . . London, 1690. O. [0] + 59 p. 



16DO-45. Covent Garden; 
din . . . MDC.XXXIIby 
in IS. London, 163S. 



Nabbes, Thomas, 
a pleasant comedie act 
the Queenes ... sen 
[f-J + 74 p. 

Hannibal and Scipio ; an historical trag- 
edy, acted in , . . 1635. by the Qneenes . . . ser- 
vants ... in Drury Lane. . . L^don. ' ~ 
Unpaged. 

Totenh am -Court ; a pleasant 

acted at the private house in Salisburie-Court hy the 
Queenes Majeslici servants. London, i6[3S]. " 
[4] + 7lp- 

Neglected virlne ; or. The unhappy ci 
quertjur ; a play acted at the Thealre-Rova! by his 
majesty's sen- an IS. ZtWon, 1696. O. [S] -(- 48 p. 

Newcastle, WiUiam Cavendish, dnke of. 
1592-1676. Humorous lovers ; a comedy acted hy 
his royal highness' servants. . . London, 1677. 
O. 59 p. 

Orrery, Charles Eoyle. 4th earl of. 1676-1731. 
As you find it ; acomedv. as it is acted at the New- 
Theatre, in Liltle-Lincoln'i^Inn-Fields by her 
majestv's senants. . . London [1703]. O. [6] 
-1- bS + [2] p. 



28 



EX DONO AMICI LITTERARUM 



OrrerjTy Charles Boyle, 4th earl of. History of 
Henry the fifth, and the Tragedy of Mustapha, son 
of Solymaii the magnificent ; as they were acted at 
... the Duke of York's theatre. Lmdm, 1668. 

Q. [4] + 51 +70 p. 

Tragedy of Mustapha, the son of Solyman 



the magnificent. London^ 1668. Q. 70 p. 

Otway* Thomas. 1651-85. Works, with notes, 
critical and explanatory and a life of the author by 
Thomas Thornton. London^ 18 13. D. 3 v. i 
por. pi. 

PapeuSf Petrus. fl. 1537. Samarites ; com- 
cedia de Samaritano euangelico, additum est Car- 
men bucolicum per . . . Eras. . . CoUmia^ apud 
loannem Gymnicum, 1540. S. [62] p. 



S William, fl. 1795. Words of the 
songs, duets, glees, chorusses, &c. in the ** Nun- 
nery," a comic opera of two acts . . . music by 
Mr. Shield. [Anon.] London, 1785. O. 19 p. 

Philicinusy Petrus. 151 5-68 . Comoedia trag- 
ica, qvae inscribitvr Magdalena evangelica. . . 
AntverpicB, in aedibus loan, Steelsii, 1546. S. 
[70] p. 

Pindar of Wakefield ; or. The history and 
exploits of G. A. Green, fellow-champion and com- 
petitor with Robin Hood. London^ 18 10. Nar. S. 
36 p. I pi. 



*ix, Mrs. Mary Griffith. Ibrahim, the thir- 
teenth emperor of the Turks ; a tragedy, as it is 
acted by his majesties servants. London, 1696. 
O. [8] + 41 p. 

The Spanish wives ; a farce, as it was 



acted by his majesty's servants, at the theatre in 
Dorset-Garden. London, 1696. Sq. O. [8] -|- 
48 p. 

PlacentiuSf Joannes Leo. 1500 ?-5o. Svsanna 
Placentium Evangelisten lusa. Evsebii Candidi 
elegia . . . item Ode Sapphica eiusdem Eusebij in 
mortis recordationem. . . Colophon : Antverpiae, 
apud Michaelem Hillenium, i^'^Ot, T. [40] p. 

Pox*dage, Samuel. Siege of Babylon ; as it is 
acted at the Duke's theatre. . . London, 1678. 
Sq. O. [8] + 65 p. 

Porter, Thomas. The French conjurer ; a 
comedy, as it is acted at the Duke of York s theatre 
. . . Z<?«dfo«, 1678. O. [6]+46+[i]p. 



The villain ; a tragedy. . . London, 1670. 



O. 92 p. 

Witty combat ; or. The female victor ; a 

trage-comedy, as it was acted by persons of quality 
in Whitson-week. . . London, 1663. D. Unpaged. 

Potter, John. 1734?-. Choice of Apollo; a 
serenata, as performed at the Little Theatre in the 
Haymarket, the music composed by William Vates. 
London, 1765. O. 12 p. 

Po'vvell, George. -17 14. A very good wife ; 
a comedy, as it is acted by their majesties servants 
at the Theatre-Royal. London, 1693. O. [8] + 

47 p. 



Alphonso, King of Naples ; a tragedy. 

London, 1691. Sq. O. 47 p. 

Cornish comedy. The, as it is acted at the 

Theatre-Royal in Dorset Garden, by his majesty's 
servants. . . London, 1696. O. [12] + 48 p. 

Imposture defeated ; or, A trick to cheat 

the devil : a comedy, as it was acted by his majes- 
ties servants at the theatre in Drury-Lane. London^ 
1698. O. [6] + 47 p. 

Purcelly Henry. 1658-95. Bonduca; a tragedy 
altered from Beaumont and Fletcher, the music com- 
posed . . . 1695 by Henry Purcell ; ed. and preceded 
by An historical sketch of early English dramatic 
music by Edward F. Rimbault . . London [1842]. 
F*. [3] ■♦■35 + 32 p. 

Ravenscrofty Edward, fl. 1690. Anatomist ; 
or. The sham doctor . . . as . . . acted ... at 
the New Theatre in Little Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. 
London, 1697. Sq. O. [8] + 39 p. 

Canterbury guests ; or, A bargain broken ; 

a comedy, acted at the I'heatre-Royal. London^ 
1695. Sq. O. [4] -|- 64 p. 

Careless lovers ; a comedy acted at the 

Duke's theatre. London, 1673. Sq. O. [8] + 77 
+ [i]p. 

Citizen tum'd gentleman ; a comedy, 

acted at the Duke's theatre. London, 1672. O. 
[8] + 108 p. 

Dame Dobson ; or. The cunning woman ; 

a comedy, as it is acted at the Duke's theatre. 
London, 1684. O. [4] +71 p. 

The English lawyer ; a comedy, acted at 

the Royal Theatre. London^ 1678. Sq. O, 
[4] + 67 + 2p. 

King Edgar and Alfreda ; a tragi-comedy, 

acted at the Theatre Royal. . . Lotubn, 1677. 

O. [12] + 71 p. 

London cuckolds ; a comedy, as it is 

acted at the Duke's theatre. London, 1682. Sq. 
O. [4] + 6i + [i]p. 

London cuckolds ; a comedy, as it is 

acted at the Theatre Royal. London, 1697. O. 

[4] + 74 p. 

Mamamouchi ; or. The citizen tum'd 

gentleman : a comedy, acted at the Duke's theatre. 
London, 1675. O. [6] + 73 P» 

Scaramouch a philosopher, Harlequin a 

school-boy, bravo merchant and magician ; a com- 
edy after the Italian manner, acted at the Theatre 
Royal. . . [London] 1677. Sq. O. [4] + 82 
+ [2] p. 

Wrangling lovers ; or, The invisible mis- 
tress ; a comedy, acted at the Dukes-Theatre. • • 
London, 1677. Sq. O. [4] + 79 p. 

Rabins* Thomas. The rebellion ; a tragedy, 
as it was acted nine dayes together ... by his 
majesties company of revells. London, 1640, D. 
Unpaged. 

Tom Essence ; or, The modish wife ; a 

comedy, as it is acted at the Duke's theatre. , . 
London, 1677. O. [4] + 67 p. 



DRAMA, POETRY, AND CRITICTSl 



Bawllna, Thomas. Tanbridge- Wells ; or, A 
days courtship ; a comedy, as it is acted at the Dukes- 
Theatre, written by apeison of quality. . . Lon- 
don, 1678. Sq. O. [4] + 42 + [l] + p. 

Rev«t, Edward. The town-shifts ; or, The 
suburb-justice; a. comedy, as it is acted at . . . the 
Duke of York's theatre, . . [Anoti.] London, 
1671. Sq.O. [6] + 6B-l-[.]p. 

Rome* follies ; or, The amorous fryars, a 
comedy. . . London, tbai. O. [8] + sS-f- [=] P- 

Ro we, Nicholas. 1674-1718. Works, Nevred. 
London, 1792. Nar. D. a. v. I por. pi. 

Rowley, Samuel, -1633 ? Noble souldier ; 
or, A contract broken, justly revenged ; a tragedy 
. . . London, 1634. D. Unpaged. 

Rowley. William, fl, 1630. Tragedy called 
All's lost by lust ; divers times acted by the Lady 
Elizabeths servants and ... by her majesties 
servants ... at the Phccnix in Drury Lane. . . 
London. 1G33. D. Unpaged. 



Ragrg'le, Geoi^e. 1575-1622. Ignoramus; 
comoedia. . . iVesltnonaslerii, 1737. S. 166 -|- 

Wp- 

Rymer, Thomas. i638?-i7i4. Edgar; or, 
The English monarch i an heroick tragedy. . . 
London, lb^i. O. [6] + 63 p. 

St. SerffB, Sir Thomas. Tarugo's wiles ; or. 
The coffee-house ; a comedy as it was acted at . . . 
the Duke of York's theatre, London, 1668. Sq. 
Q. [8] -1-48 p. 



I, Charles. Tamerlane the Great ; a 
tragedy, as it was acted by their majesties servants 
at the Theatre Royal. . . London, 1681, O. 
[,o] + 6o-l-[.]p. 

Schiller, J. C. F. von. 1759-1805. The min- 
ister ; a tragedy in five acts, tr. from the German 
by M. G. Lewis. 2d. tA.,London, I7g3. O, [3] 
+ uao p. 

The robbers ; a tragedy, translated from 

the German [by A. F. 'Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee]. 
4th ed. . , London, lioo. O. 23 -(- 2 -)- t76 p. 
I pi. 

Scott, Thomas. Mock-marriage : a comedy 
acted at the theatre in Dorset-Garden by his majes- 
ty's servants. . . London, ibifi. O. [8] 4 60 p. 

Sedley, Sir Charles, bart. i63g-i70i. Antony 
and Cleopatra ; a tragedy, as it is acted at the 
Dukes theatre, . . London, [677. Hq. O. 

[4] + 62 + [2] p. 

The mulberry-garden ; a comedy, as it is 

acted by his majestie's servants at the Theatte- 
Royal, , . London. 1675, Sq. O. [6] -1- 75 p. 

Seneca, Lucius Ann:eus, Thyesle ; tragedia 
di . . . LodovicD Pok-e, tratta da Seneca. . . 
Venrlia, apfrts^o Gabriel Gioli di Ferrarij. 1543, 



... the lite ... . 
Sherburne. . . to 
+ [17] p. ipor.pl, 



Settle, Elkanab. 1648-1723. Cambyses, king 
of Persia ; a tragedy, acted at the Duke's theatre. 
. , . London, 1675. O. [6] -h 71 p, 

Fata] love ; or, The forc'd inconstancy ; 

a tragedy, acted at the Theatre Royal. . , London, 
16S0. O. [3] + 52 p. 

Heir of Morocco, with the death of Gay. 

land, acted at the Theatre Royal. , , London, 
1682. Sq. O. [ro] + 51 p. 

Ibrahim, the illustrious bassa ; a tragedy, 

acted at the Duke's theatre, . . London, 1677. 
O. [16] -H 75 p. 



Pastor Fido ; or. The faithful shepherd ; 

a pastoral, as it is acted at the Duke's theatre. . . 
London. ibTj. Sq. O. [8] + 66 -t- [i] p. 

The virgin prophetess ; or. The fate of 

Troy; an opera, perform d at the Theatre Royal 
by his majesty's servants, , . London, 1701. 
Sq. O. [12] +42 p. 

The world in the moon ; an opera, as it is 

perform'd at the theatre in Dorset-Garden by his 
majesty's servants. . . London, 1657, Sq. O, 
[8] + 43 P- 

Shadwell, Thomas. 1640-92. Dtamatick 



London, 1720. 






[rists. The royal 
Epsom - Wells. 



V. I Sullen lovers. The humoc 

sheperdess. The virtuos 
V. 2 Psyche. The libertine. 

Timon of Athens, 
v. 3 The miser. A true widow. Lancashire 

witches and Tegue - O - Divelly. The 

V. 4 The squire of Alsatia. Bury-Fair. The 
amorous bigot. The scowrers. The 

The scowrers ; a comedy, acted by their 

majesties servants, . , London. 1691. Sq. O. 
[4] + S3 P- 

Squire of Alsatia ; a comedy as it is acted 

by their majesty's servants. London. 1688. O. 
[8] + 83 p. 

SuUen lovers ; or, The impertinents ; a 

comedy, acted at the Theatre Royal by their majes- 
ties servants. , . London, 1693. O. [ro] -f 66 p. 

The virtuoso ; a comedy, as it is acted by 

their majesties servants. London, 1691. O. [6] 
4 62 + [2] p. 

The volunteers ; or. The stock-jobbers ; 

a comedy, as it is acted by their majesties servants 
at the Theatre Royal. London, 1693. Sq. O. [8] 
+ 5t> P- 



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EX DONO AMICI UTTERARUM 



William. 1564-1616. History of 
King Lear ; acted at the Qiieeii's theatre, revived 
with alterations by N..Tate. . . London^ 1712. 
O. 60 p. 

King Edward the third : a historical play ; 



attributed by Edward Capell to William Shake- 
speare and . . . proved to be his work by J. P. 
Collier. . . {London^ 1874. Sq. O. 16 -h 15 H- 
96 p. 

Life and death of King Henry the eighth. 



Lmdan^ 1734. Nar. S. 95 p. I pi. 

Tragedy of Coriolanos, ed. with notes by 



R. B. Sheridan. London^ 1789. D. 279 p. 

Slutrpe» Lewis. The noble stranger ; as it was 
acted at the private house in Salisbury court by her 
majesties servants. . . London^ 1640. D. Un- 
paged. 

Sharaham, Edwafd. The fleire ; as it hath 
beene often played in the Blacke-Freyers by the 
children of the revels. [4th ed.] London^ 163 1. 
D. Unpaged. 

Sheridan* Thomas. I72i>88. Coriolanus ; 
or, The Roman matron ; a tragedy altered from 
Shakspeare. . . London^ 1789. D. 56 p. i pL 

Shipman* Thomas, fl. 17^ cent. Henry the 
third of France, stabb'd by a fryer ; with the fall of 
the Guise ; a tragedy, acted at the Theatre-Royal 
. . . London, 1678. Sq. O, [12] + 74 + [2] p. 

Shirley* James. 1 596-1666. The traytor ; a 
tragedy, with alterations, amendments, and addi- 
tions [by James Shirley], as it is now acted at the 
Theatre Royal, by their majesties servants. Lon- 
don [1635]. Sq. O. [4] + 56 p. 

Smith* Edmund. 1668-17 10. Phaedra and 
Hippolitus ; a tragedy, as it is acted at the Queen's 
Theatre in the Hay- Market by her majesty's 
sworn servants. London [1709]. Sq. O. [12] -h 
64 p. 

Smith, Henry, of Clifford's Inn. Princess of 
Parma ; a tragedy, as it is acted at the New Theatre 
in Little Lincoln 's-Inn-Fields. . . London, 1699. 
Sq. O. [6] -h 48 p. 

Smollett* Tobias George. 1 721-71. Plays 
and poems . . . with memoirs of . . . [his] life 
and writings. London, iTi*], D. 47 + 272 p. 

Southeme* Thomas. 1 660-1 746. Plays, now 
first collected with an account of the life and writ- 
ings of the author [by T. Evans]. . . London, 111 \. 
S. 3 V. por. 

Stapylton* Sir Robert. -1669. The step- 
mother ; a tragi-comedy acted ... at the theatre 
in Little Lincoln *s-Inn-Fields, by . . . the Duke 
of York's servants, [Anon.] London, 1664. D. 
[8] + 92 + [2] p. 

Stefonio* Bernardino. 1 560-1620. Flavia ; 
tragoedia. . . Parisiis, 1622. Tt. [16] + 207 p. 

Stone* Mrs. Elizabeth. Royal favourites, by 
Sutherland Menzies. 3d ed. . . London, 1870. 
Q. 2 V. por. 



Strode* Rev. William. 1602-44. Floating 
island ; a tragi-comedy, acted before His Majesty 
at Oxford, Aug. 29, 1636, by the students of Christ 
Church. . . London, 1655. D. Unpaged. 

Stmnmel* Christoph. Studentes ; comoedia de 
vita studiosorum, nunc primum in lucem edita. . . 
Antverpiae, Latins^ I55i- T. Unpaged. 

Taeso* Torquato. 1544-95. Amintas; a pas- 
toral, acted at the Theatre Royal ; made English 
out of Italian ... by [John] Oldmixon. . . 
London, 1698. Sq. O. [8J -h 56 p. 

Tate* Nahum. 1652-1715. Brutus of Alba; 
or. The enchanted lovers ; a tragedy acted at the 
Duke's theatre. . . London, 1678. Sq. O. [6] 

-h 56 -h [2] p. 

Ingratitude of a commonwealth ; or. 

The fall of Cains Martins Coriolanus ; as it is acted 
at the Theatre-Royal. . . London, 1682. O. 
[8] -h 64 p. 

Taylor* Sir Henry. 1800-86. The virgin 
widow : a play. London, 1850. D. 8 + 192 p. 

Towneley mysteries, edited by James Raine, 
with preface by Joseph Hunter and glossary by 
James Gordon. London [1836.] O. [21] + 352 
+ 12 p. I fac-sim. 

Tragedy of Nero, newly written. London, 
1633. D. Unpaged. 

Trag^-comedy called New-Market-Fayre ; 
or, A parliament out-cry of stale-conmiodities set to 
sale. . . No place, 1649. Sq. D. 8 p. 

Trapp* Rev. Joseph. 1679-1747. Abra-Mole; 
or. Love and empire ; a trag^y, as it is acted at 
the New Theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by 
her majesty's servants. . . [Anon.] London^ 1704 
Sq. O. [8]+ 70 p. 

Tragedy of King Saul. . . London^ 

1703. O. [9] + 67 p. 

Trissino* Giovanni Giorgio. 1478-1550. La 
Sof onisba, tragedia di nvovo ricorretta et ristampata. 
Venetia, appresso Gioliti, 1585. T. 36 f. 

Unfortmiate usurper ; a tragedy. . . London^ 
1663. D. [7] -+- 70 -+- [i] p. 

Village lawyer ; a farce in two acts, as per- 
formed at the Theatres Royal in London and 
Dublin. . . Dublin, 1792. O. 33 p. 

Vitalis Blesensis. fl. 12^? cent. Geta ; 
comoedia, ex optimis codicibus Bemensibus, Mona- 
censibus, Parisiensibus, Darmstadiensibus et Vati- 
cano recensita [a Karl Wilhelm Mttller]. Bernae^ 
1840. Sq. O. 47 p. 

W.* J. The valiant Scot. London, 1637. O. 
Unpaged. 

Wallace* Eglantine, Lady. The ton ; or. Fol- 
lies of fashion ; a comedy, as it was acted at the 
Theatre Royal. Covent Garden. London, 1788. 
O. [3] + 99 p. 

The whim ; a comedy, in three acts 

with an address to the public upon the unjust asper- 
sion of the licenser against its political sentiments. 
. . . London, 1795. O. 79 p. 



DRAMA. POETRY, AND CRlTICISh 



Weiae, Christian. 1643-1708. ComOdien probe 
von wenig persunen in einer emsthaETten action 
vom Esau und Jacob hernach in einem iust-s]iiele 
vom ver/olgten Lateiner, nebst einer vorrede de 
interpretation e dramatics. Leipzig, 1696. T. 46 
+ 351P- 



WilU, William Henry. 1B10-. Larboard fin; 
or. Twelve months since ; a drama, in three acts, 
printed from the acting copy ... as performed at 
the metropolitan minor theatres. . . Letiden 
[1828]. O. 37 p. I pi. 

Wilson, John, recorder of Londonderry. -l6g6 ? 
Belphegor ; or, The marriage of the devil ; a tragi- 
comedy, lately acted at the Queen's theatre in Dor- 
set-Garden. . . London. 1691. Sq. O. [8] + 
63 p. 

Wilsoiii Mrs. Margaret Harries Baron-. 1797- 
1846. Maid of Switzerland, a romantic drama, in 
one act. [Zono'oB, 1830?] D. p. 269-2 Bo. till. 

Petticoat colonel : or All right at last ; 

a comic interlude, (adapted from the French) with 
original songs. London, 1831. D. [5] -H 46 p. 

Venus, a vestal ; a mythological musical 

drama, (in two acts) , . . music composed and ar- 
ranged by T. S. Wallis. London [i%ii'\. -D. 33 p. 



1 tum'd bully ; a comedy, acted at the 
Dnke's theatre. . . Londots, 1675. Sq. O. [4J 
+ 83 p. 

Waodley, William. Catharine de Medicis, a 
tragedy ; Ethelwold and Elfrida, a poem ; James 
the third, king of Scotland, a tragedy. London. 
1825. D. 8 -H 215 p. 

Wright, Thomas, theatrical machinist. The 
female vertuoso's ; a comedy, as it is acted at the 
Queen's theatre by their majesties servants. . , 
London, 1693. O. [S] + 52 p. 

WycLerley, William. 1640-1715. Plays. . 
London, 1731. S. 450 p. 

Zlegler, Hieronymus. 1520?- Christi vinea 
drama sacrum ex Matlhxi cap. xx. argumento 
sumpto ; ejvsdem Ophiletes ; drama aliud comico- 
tragium, ex eodem Matthxi euangellco desumplui 
Basileae, Oporinus, 1551. T. 83 p. 

Zonch, Richard. i5()o-i66o. The sophist er ; 
a comedy. . . [Anon.] London, idyj. D. Un- 
paged. 

ZovitinB, Jacobus, d. 154a. Ovis perdita 
comoedia sacra. Coloniae, Cymnicus, 1540. T. 
Unpaged. 

WORKS ON THE DRAMA. 



Actors' remonstrance ; or. Complaint ; for the 
silencing of their profession and banishment from 
their several playhouses. . . London, 1643 ; re- 
printed 1S22. O. 7 p. 



*H'"P'"', Friedi 
ers ; praklische ani 
chminken. 3. auHs 



Ale'isandro d'. 183^ . 
a ', stud] sulle sacre rap^.. 
' appendice sulle rappresen 



BBhlm&Dn, Paul. 1S57-. Die lateinischen 
dramen von Wimphelings Stylpho bis zurmilte des 
16"" jahrhunderts, 1480-1550 ; ein beilrag zur lit- 
teralurgeschichte, Munslir, 1893. O. 114 p. 

Baker, David Erskine. 1730-67. Companion 
to the play-house ; or. An historical account of all 
the dramatic writers (and their books) ... in 
Great Britain and Ireland, from the commence- 
ment of our theatrical exhibitions . . . to . . . 
1764. . . [Anon.] London, 1764. Nar. S. 2 V. 

Bala^uer, Victor. Breves notidas acerca de 
un drama lirico del siglo Xlll : [Tragedia d. Stae 
Agnetis Martyris rilhmicis versibus, . ,] Madrid, 
\%-it). O. 27 p. 

Bartsch, Karl Friedrich. 1833-88. Ober eiu 
geisOiches schauspiel des 15. jahrhunderts. [fVien, 
1858 ?] O. p. 367-307. 

FromGermania, V.3. 

BaudiBBin, Wolf Heinrich Friedrich Karl, 
graf von, 17S9-1873, translator. Ben Jonson untl 

seine schule, dargestellt in einer auswah! von lust- 
spielen und tragOdien. . , Lripiig, 1836. O. 2 
V. 3 pi. 

Bechstein, Reinhoid Ludwig Bernhard Mat- 
ihSns. 1833-. Zum spiel von den zehn jungfrauen, 
insbesondere ein grammatischer und kiitischer 
nachtrag zn Ludwig Bechstein 's Wartburg-bibli- 
othek I. 7*™, 1866. O. 38 + [4] P- 

Bedford, Arthur. 1668-1745. Seriousremon- 
slrance in behalf of the Christian religion, against 
the horrid blasphemies and impieties which 
' ■ the English playhouses. . . Londoi 



D. 30-3S3 
Benguerel, . 



■719. 



G. 18 28-. Thomas Middle- 
Hseu, 1S70, Sq. 0. 29 p. 

Beuroelborg, Hugo. 1855-. Sir William 
Alexander graf von Stirling, als dramatischer 
dichter. . . Halis Saxonum, 1880. O. 73 p. 

Beyer, Hermann Hugo, 1866-. Edward 
Moore, seinleben und seine dramatischen werke. , . 
Leip'J^, laSg. O. 53 + [i] p. 

Blvunenthal. Friedrich. Lord Byron's mystery 
"Cain" and its relation to Milton's "Paradise 
Lost," and Gessner's " Death of Abel." Olden- 
biirg, iSgl. Sq. Q. IS p. 

Blumner.O. H. G. R. Gesthichte des theaters 
in Leipiig ; von dessen erstan sparen bis auf die 
neueste zeit. [Anon.] Ldpzi;;, i3r8. S. 10 + 
364 + [3] p. 



32 



EX BONO AM TCI UTTER A RUM 



B<Mfcdcn» James. 1762-1859. Memoiis of the 
life of John PhiUp Konble, indndii^ a history of 
the stage from the time of Garrick. . . PkHadeU 
phia^ 1825. O. 2 T. in I. 27 -«- 607 p. 



Angust Wilhelm. 1799-1880. Die idee 
des tragisdien, eine philosophische abhandlnng. 
Cdttingen, 1836. D. 7 H- 248 p. 



Jacqnes Benigne, bp. 1627-1704. 
Maidms and r^ections npoo plajrs ; in answer to a 
discoorse. Of the lawfulness and unlawfulness of 
plajTs, printed before a . . . play entituled Beauty 
in distress ; written in French by the bishop of 
Meaux and now made English. . . London, 1699. 
D. [16] -f- 134 p. 



Theophilo. 1843-. Historia do theatro 
portuguez. Porto ^ 1870-71. D. 4 v. in 2. 

Br&^ley, Edward Wedlake. 1 773-1 854. His- 
torical and descriptive accounts of the theatres of 
London ; illustrated . . . by . . . Daniel Hayell. 
London, 1826. Sq. F. [8] H- 4 -h 92 p. pi. 



Cook* William. -1824. Elements oi dramatic 
criticism. . . London, 1775. O. 18 + 216 p. 



»» Ferdinand. 1849-. Conferences 
de rOdeon ; les epoques du theatre francaise (1636- 
1850). Paris, 1893. D. [3] -+- 373 p. 

Biilo^r, Karl Eduard von, 1803-53, editor and 
translator. Alt-engliM:he schaubfihne. Berlin, \%yi. 
D. 4 + 426 p. 

Caillenl>erg, Karl. Das geistliche schauspiel 
des mittelalters in Frankreich. . . Muklhausen 2. 
r-*., 1875. Sq. Q. 29 p. 

Candid remarks upon the stage-bill now de- 
pending, humbly addressed to the . . . Lord 
Mayor ... of Dublin. . . Dublin, 1785. O. 

31 p. 

Carl^le» Rev. Alexander. 1 722-1 805. An 
argument to prove that the tragedy of Douglas 
ought to be publickly burnt by the hands of the 
hangman. . . [Anon.] Edinburgh, 1757. S. 
24 p. 

Catallna, Mariano. Discursos leidos ante la 
Real academia espaflola en la recepcion piiblica del 
Sr. D. Mariano Catalina . . . 188 1 ; [Teatro de 
Calderon]. Madrid, 1881. Q. 80 p. 

Chambers, Robert. 1802-71. Sketch of the 
history of the Edinburgh Theatre-royal, prepared 
for ... its final closing, May 25, 1859, ^'^ ^ 
poetical address delivered on the occasion. Edin- 
burgh, 1859. O. 24 p. 

Chapmaiit John Kemble, ed. Complete his- 
tory of theatrical entertainments ... at the Eng- 
lish court, from the time of Henry the eighth. . . 
London [1849 ?]. F. [3] + 86 p. pi. 

Chet'vrood* William Rufus. -1766. Theatri- 
cal records ; or. An account of English dramatic 
authors, and their works. [Anon.] London, 1756. 

s. 135 + [30] p. 

CollinSy George Stuart. 1862-. Drydens dra^ 
matic theory and praxis. . . Leipzig- Reudnitz, 
1892. O. 69-f-[iJp. 

Comedian* pseud. Full answer to "Queries 
upon queries " ; in which the conduct of the players 
is vindicated and the misrepresentations of the 
querist expos'd. London, 1753. O. 22 p. 



Wilhelm. 1822-. Materialien zn 
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's ** Hambnrgischer dnt- 
matnrgie " ; ansfilhiiicher commentar nebst einlei- 
tnng, anhang und register. Paderbom, 1876. O. 

5 H- [i] + 451 p. 



Wilhelm Midiael Anton. 1851-, 
compiler. Die schanspiele der englischen kom6<ii- 
anten. Berlin [no date]. D. 118 H- 352 p. 

Croir-Street in an uproar ; or. The battle of 
the buskin and sock, in imitation of Mr. Lewis's 
Battle of the players. Lhtblin, 1762. O. 20 p. 

]>e Castro* James. 1758-. Memoirs of J. 
Decastro, comeftian . . . [with] anecdotes of dis- 
tinguished characters ... an analysis of the life of 
. . . Philip Astley . . . likewise scarce theatrical 
advertisements . . . ed. by R. Humphreys. Lon^ 
don, 1824. D. 20 -i- 279 p. por. pi. facsim. 

Deimliii^y Hermann Wilhelm Eduard. 1867—. 
Text-gestalt und text-kritik der Chester plays. 
Berlin, 1890. O. [3] -h 32 + [2] p. 

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Singer, Hans Wolfgang. 1867-. Das bUrger- 
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Lapiig-Riudniti, 1891. O. 123 -(- [i] p. 

Spies, Joseph. Otway's " Titus and Berenice" 
and Racine's " Berenice," a parallel. Wctzlar, 
1891. Sq. Q. II p. 

Staee (The) acquitted, being a full answer 
to Mr. Collier . . . with a vindication of King 
Charles, the martyr, and the clergy of the church of 
England, from the abuses of a scurrilous book c. " 
the Stage condemned. . . London, 1699. L 
+ 185 p. 



Stern, Adolf. 



1835- Der I 



s alt. 



Theatrical review, Nov. 12, 182a - Jan. 15, 
1823, Jan. 30- Keb. Ig, 1B23. Bath, 1822-23. O. 



TIrler, Henri. 1624-. Histoire de la litiera- 
ture draniatique en France depuis ses origines jus- 
qu'auCid. Paris, \%Ti. O. 10 + 632 p. 

Tomlins, F. G. Brief view of the English 
drama, trum the earliest period to the present time, 
with suggestions for elevating the present condition 
of the art and of its professors. London, 1B40. D. 
8 -h 152 p. 

Ungemach, Heinridi Gottfried. i8fii-. Die 
quellen der (llnf ersten Chester plays, Jirlangm, 
iSgo. O. 10 + tg8 p. 

Veritas, pseud. Opera house, a review of this 
theatre from the period described by the Enter- 
prizer. . . London, 1820? O. Sop. 

VopeLCarl. 1831-. John Webster; researches 
on his life and plays. . . Bremin, 1887. Sij. Q. 
3' + [']p- 

WaldrOD, Francis Godolphin, 1743-181S, and 
Dibdin. Charles, 1745-1814. Compendious history 
of the English stage from the earliest period to the 
present time. . . London, iS'jo. T. [fi] + 174 p. 



Walker. JoaepI 
cal and crilical essa 
Italy. . . Edinhu 
(48] p. ill. I pi. 

Webster, Johi, 

dichlungen ; ncbst stHc 

und Rowley; [Hberseta] Vuu j. 

stedt. Berlin. \ii%. D. 15 -H 3g2 p. 

WeddiKen, Friedrich Heinrieh Otto, 
Lessing's theorie der tragOdie mil rucksicbt i 
conlroverse fiber die Katbarsis ton pathei 
flfr//«, 1876. D. 4 + [l] + 58p. 



85 1-. 

uf die 



Otto Julius, 1B52-. Die Elisabeth- 
arisehe bllhtie nach Ben Jonson. . . Hallt a. S. 
[1878]. O. 

■Whyte, Samuel. The theatre ; a didactic essay 
including an idea of the character of Jane Shore. . . 
Dublin. 1790. O. [16J + 30-1- [7/ p. 

WIeck, Heinrieh, iBfio-. Die teufel auf der 
miltelallerlichen royslerienbllhne Frankreichs. 
Leipzig, ^%ii^. O. [3] + 56 + C>]p. 



accounts of all the principal provinica! thea _.. 

the United Kingdom. . . [Anon.] London, i&o^. 
Sq. F. 72 p. pi. 

Wlskemann, Heinrieh. 1B10-. Unlersuchun- 
gen liber den rOmisehen schauspieler Q. koscius 
Gallus. Hen/eld, 1854. Sq. Q. 58 p. 



O. [3] + [3j + 45& P- 

ITork van Wartenburg, Paul, graf. 
Katharsis des Aristoteles und der Odipus Color 
des ,4ophokles. Berlin, liibt. Sq. Q. 38 p. 



YoUQK, Mary Julia. 



London, 1B06. H. 



Zlelinski, Thaddeus. 1859-. Die gliederung 
;r altaltischcn kiimoe.iie. . . Leipzig. l88g. O. 
8 -H 3138 + [1] p. 1 tab. 

Zinck, August Georg I.udvig. Congreve, Van- 

brugh og Sheridan, on skildring til belysning af de 

■ le forhold of; <]et aandelige liv i England fra 

den andens tid o^ til he nimod den fraii'ike 

jlion. R-jfl.e,ihavn. xmy O. |4l-+-i5''p. 



38 



EX DONO AMICI UTTERARUM 



ADDITIONAL DRAMATIC 
TEXTS. 

Britain's glory ; or, A trip to 



Portsmouth ; a mosical enteTtainment, in one ad. 
. . . LmuUm^ 1794. O. 32 p. 



Love and money ; or. The fair Caledo- O. 64 p. 

nian ; a musical farce in one act. . . London [i 794J. 



I ChUlaat Moriscocs ^The); or. Robbcn of the 
Pyrenees ; a dramatic jpcrfonnance, in five acts. 
LotuLm, 1795. O. [4j - 76 p. 

Grmfignjr* Mme. Fran^oise d* IsKnbooig d' 
Happoncoort de. 1695- 1758. Cenia ; or. The 
supposed daughter ; translated from the French by 
a French gentleman Q. M. D.] Lomdom, 1752. 



O. 32-»-[8]p. 

Bnintoii* Mrs. Anna Ross. 1773-- 
tagen ; a comic opera, in two acts. . 
1786. O. 7-i-6i p. 



The cot- 
LottdoH, 



Lieut.-col. The sys- 



Harloir, Elizabeth, English UTem at Beriin ; 
a comedy in three acts, [.^on.] London^ 1789- 
O. [4l-r43p. 

Holfbrd* Mrs. Margaret Wrench. Neither 's 
the man ' a comedy, in fire acts ; as performed at 
the Theatre- Royal, Chester. Lomdon [1799]. O. 



tematic, or imaginary philosopher ; a comedy, in ^2 p. 

five acts. . . [Anon.l London^ 1800. O. 15 -r- 94 _ tx • « ^. 

^rj-ip liee, Harriet. 1757-1851. The mysterious 

marriage ; or. The heirship of Roselva : a play, in 
Bnmbnulier (The) ; a farce, intended to be three acts. London, 1798. O. [6] -:- 88 p. 
translated into Latin, and performed before the ,#-. -i 

masters and fellows of colleges m the University of : The new peerage ; or. Our eyes may de- 
Cambridge. . . London, 17S6. O. 5 -t- 3i p. \ ^^ ^1 * comedy, as . . . performed at the 

Theatre-Royal in Lhiiry-Lane. London, 1757. O. 
Cri^Hwfft- ; or, A tale of mystery ; a drama, in [6] -r 72 -r [2] p. 
two acts, taken from a French play called Caelina, - _ * « -», rw^, ,- . , . , 

ou L'enfant du mystere ; by John Wallace. Lon- ^ liOMdmle, M. The Spanish rivals ; a musical 
don, 1802. O. [4! 4- 25 p. ^*^*^- *^ ^*> *<^- • • [Anon.] London, 1784. 

: O. 34 p. 

Croalition; a farce founded on facts, and lately ■ Hacready, William. 175 5-1829. The bank 
performed, with the approbation ... of the man- ! note ; or. Lessons for ladies ; a comedy ... as 
agers of the Theatres-Royal . . . [by ** A poor ■ performed at the Theatre- Royal, Covent-Garden ; 
player"]. London, 1779. O. 8 + 31 p. partly an alteration [of William Tavemer's ''Artful 

husband "]. 2d edition. London, 1795. O. [8] 



Collier, Sir Geoi^e. 1738-95. Selima & Azor, 
a Persian tale, in three parts. . . [Anon.] Lon- 
don, 1784. O. 6 4- 39 p. 



84 p. 



Irishman in London ; or. The happy 



! African ; a farce, in two acts, performed at the 
Contadimt (La) in corte ; a new comic opera Theatre- Royal. Covent-Garden. New edition, 
as performed at the King's theatre in the Hay- [Anon.] London, 1799. O. 39 p. por. 
market, the music ... by Signer Sacchini. Loiu ' 
don, 1782. O. 71 p. 

Cross partners ; a comedy in five acts, as per- 
formed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-market ; 
by A lady. London, 1792. O. [4] H- 106 -h [2] p. 

Dallas, Robert Charles. 1 754-1 824. Not at 
home : a dramatic entertainment, as performed . . . 
by the Drury Lane company at the Lyceum Thea^ 
trc. London, 1809. O. 7 4- 40 p. 

Elliston, Robert William. 1774-1831. The 
Venetian outlaw ; a drama, in three acts, as per- 
formed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane ; trans- 
lated and adapted [from * ' Abelino le grand ban- 
dit. . ."]. 2d edition. London, 1805. O. 7 -+- 
60 p. 

Favart, Charles Simon. 1710-92. The reap- 
ers ; or, The Englishman out of Paris ; an opera. 
[Anon.] London, 1770. O. 63 p. 

Female duellist (The) ; an after piece, with . . . 
music by Mr. Suett, as it was performed at the 
King's Theatre in the Haymarket by His Majesty's 
company from the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. 
London, 1793. O. 4 4- 52 p. 

Fennelly James. 1766-1816. Lindor and 
Clara ; or, The British officer ; a comedy in five 
acts. London, 1791. O. 4 -f- 118 p. 



Martin Kedgwin. Lost and found ; 
a comedy in five acts. . . London, 181 1. O. 4 
-h [2]-|-8i p. 

Mercier, Louis Sebastien. 1740-18 14. Mer- 
chant of Guadaloupe ; a play, in three acts, as it 
was performed at the Theatre Royal, Margate . . . 
Oct. 1802 ; from the French of Mercier by John 
Wallace. London, 1802. O. 6 -h [2] -h 34 p. 

Miles, William Augustus. i753?-i8i7. The 
j artifice ; a comic opera in two acts. . . London, 
1780. O. 6 4- [i] -I- 54 p. 

Neville* Edward. Plymouth in an uproar ; a 
i musical farce . . . the music composed by Mr. 
Dibdin. 2d edition. [Anon.] London, 1779. O. 
[4] -+- 41 p. 

Osborne, Da\'id. Merry midnight mistake ; 
or, Comfortable conclusion ; a new comedy. 
Chelmsford, 1765. O. [4] -f- 56 p. 

Philips, Ambrose. 167 5-1 749. The distrest 
mother ; a tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre- 
Royal in Drury-Lane by Her Majesty's servants. 
London, 1712. O. [10] 4- 57 + [i] p. 

Plo'vvden, Mrs. Frances. -1827. Virginia ; 
an opera in three acts. . . London, 1800. O. 
8 + [4] + 63 p. 



D/fAMA, POETRY, AND CRITTCIS4 



Plumptre, James. 1770-1832. The Coventry 
act; <L comedy in three acts. . . [Anon.] Nur- 
viicA, 1793. O. B + (16 p. 

Polite gamester ; or, The humours of whist ; a 
dramatic satire as acted ... at Whites. . . Loti- 
dtm, 1753. O. 40 p. 

Poor Covent Garden ; or. A scene rehearsed ; 
an occasional prelude, intended for the opening of 
the new Theatre- Royal, Coven t-Gard en. this sea- 
son. London, 1792. O. 16 p. 

Price, John. The seaman's return ; or. The 
unenpected marriage, an operatic farce. . . Liid- 
la-w, t7g5. O. 47 p. 

Reasonable animals (The) ; a satirical sketch, 
as it is performed at the Royal circus, in St. 
George's Fields. London, 1782. O. 19 p. 

Rielii John. Spirit of contradiction ; a new 
comedy of two acts ... by A gentleman of Cam- 
bridge. [Anon.] ZoBflbn, 1760. O. [6] + 31 p. 

Scawen, John. New Spain ; or, Love in Mex- 
ico, an opera in three acts. . . [Anon.] London, 
17go. O. [3] + 61 p. 

Spencer, William Robert. 1770-1834. Urania; 
or, The illumine ; a comedy in two acts, as per- 
formed at the Theatre Royal. Drury Lane. Lon- 
don, 1802. o. 7 + 38 p. 

Spenser. Edmund, the younger. The ugly club ; 

Statute (The) ; a pastoral masque. , . Lon- 
dan, 1777. O. 44 p. 

Thimble's flight from his shop-board ; a comic 
piece, in one act, as performed . . . at the Theatre- 
Royal, in the Haymarket , . . August 25lh, 1789. 
Brighlhdmsion. no date. O. [7] -H 24 p. 

Topha.m, Mij. Edward. 1771-1820. The 
fool, a farce, in two acts. Lendon. \l&b. O. 46 p. 

Townley, Rev. James. 1715-73. High life 
below stairs ; a farce of two acts, . . 9th edition. 
[Anon.] Landsn, 1775. O- 54 + [2] p- 

Try again ; a farce in two acts, as performed at 
the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. . . London, 
1790. O. 64 p. 

Valentine's day ; or. The amorous knight and 
the belle widow ; a new and original comedy, in 
three acts ; prefixed by a poetical appeal to the 
critics. . . London [1809]. O. 124 -|- p. 

Village lawyer (The) ; a farce in two acts, as 
performed at the Theatres Royal in London and 
Dublin, . . Dublin. 1792. O. 33 P- 



ADDITIONAL WORKS ON THE 
DRAMA. 

Adolphns, John. 176S-1845. Observations 
on the vagrant act and some other statutes and on 
the powers and duties of justices of the peace. 
London, 1824. 0, 112 p. 



BemayB, Jakob 
lorenen abhandlung 
der tragadie. Br/sl. 

Bemhardi, Wol 

lebenundschriflen,t ...„ 
Ltifzig. 1874. O. 3.^ p. 

CambrId^(Eng,)-Garrick club. Album, con- 
taining original and select papers on the drama and 
Ibe proceedings of that society, edited by a membw 
of the club. Cambridge \Eng^ 1836. H. 16 + 6 
+ 287 p. por. 2 facsim. 

Eg«rton, John. Theatrical remembrancer . . . 
a complete list of all the dramatic performances in 
the English language, their .several editions, dates 
and sizes. . . Undon, 1788. D. 6 + [r] + 354 p, 

Elstet Friedrich Cari Emil. 1864-. Der 
blankvers in den dramen George Chapman's. . . 
NalU a. S.. iie)l. O. 62 -t- [i] p. 

Gadertz, Karl Theodor. 1855-. Zur kennt- 
nisderaltenglischen blihne ; neb'.t andern beitragen 
zur Shakespcare-litteratur. . . Bremtn, 188B. O, 
B + 79 p. ill. title-page. I pi. 

Garrick, David. 1717-79- The theatres ; a 
poetical dissection by Sir Nicholas Nipclose, baro- 
net. . . London, 1772. Sq. Q. 8 -l- Bo p. ill. 

Gaspary, Alfred. l36o-. Allgemeine aus- 
sprliche in den dramen Philip Massingers. . . Mar- 
burg, 1890. O. 37 + [2] p. 

Haiuiemann, Hermann Ludwig Eduard. 
1B63-. Metrische untersuchungen lu John 
Ford, . . /dalle a. S., i368. O. 62 + [2] p. 

Haae. Karl August von. 1800-90. Dns geist- 
liche Echauspiel. . . Leipzig, iS;8. D. 12 4- [3] 
+ 320 p. 

Dramatic 



aul Julius Gustav. 1862-. Ober 
quellenundsprachederYorkplays. . . HalUa. S., 
1BB7. O. [3] + 75 P- 

Knaut, Carl Friedrich. 186S-. (Jber die 
metrik Robert Greene's. . , Na/le a. .'>., 1890. 
O. 63-f-[i]p. 



Ott, Philipp. Oberdas verhaltnis des lustspiel- 
dichters Dryden zur gleichzeitigen franzOsisthen 
komOdie. insbesondere zu Molidre. . . Landshul, 
1888. O. 64 p. 



Schalz, Otto. i86g-. Uber den blankvers ii 
den dramen Thomas Middleton's. . . Halh a. S., 

1892. o. 43+ [i] P- 

Slddons. Mrs. Harriet Murray, vs. Ryder 
Corbet, Report of the trial of the proceedings ii 
the action of suspension and intetdiet at tlie in. 
stance of Mrs. H. Siddoiis against Corbet Ryder. . . 
Edinburgh, 1825. 0, 78 P- 



40 



EX BONO AMICI LITTERARUM 



Stdhsely Karl. Lord Byrons trauerspiel 
■** Werner" und seine quelle. . . Erlangen^ 1891. 
O. [pt. i]-36p. 

Tiicherty Aloys. John Dryden als dramatiker 
in seinen beziehungen zu Madeleine de Scudery's 
romandichtung. . . Zweibrilcken^ 1885. O. 44 p. 



Westenholzy Friedrich von. Ober Byrons 
historische dramen ; ein beitrag zu ihrer asthetischen 
wUrdigung. . . Stuttgart ^ 1890. O. 64 p. 

Wilke* Friedrich Wilhelm. 1860-. Metrische 
untersuchungen zu Ben Tonson. . . Halle a, 5., 
1884. O. [3] + 70 + [2] p. 



MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. 



Ackermaniiy Richard. Quellen, vorbilder, 
stoffe, zu Shelley's poetischen werken : i. Alastor ; 
2. Epipsychidion ; 3. Adonais ; 4. Hellas. Er^ 
Jangen^ 1890. O. 8 + 56 p. 

AdamSy Henry Cadwallader. 181 7-. Wyke- 
hamica : a history of Winchester College and com- 
moners, from the foundation to the present day. . . 
Oxford, 1878, D. 10 + [i] 4- 496 p. 

Adamson, John. 1787-1855. Memoirs of the 
life and writings of Luis de Camoens. London, 
1820. D. 2 V. por. 

iEsop* Fables selected, told anew and their 
history traced by Joseph Jacobs ; done into pictures 
by Richard Heighway. London, 1894. D. 25 4- 
222 p. ill. I pi. 

A^as, Radulph. 1540 7-162 1. . . . Civitas 
Londinum; a survey of the cities of London and 
Westminster ... in the reign of Queen Elizabeth; 
published in fac-simile from the original . . . with 
a biographical account of Ralph Agas by W. H. 
Overall. . . London, 1874. Sq. F. 30 p. map. 

Agnelli, Giovanni. Topo-cronografia del viag- 
gio dantesco. Milano, 1891. Q. 159 p. pi. 
tab. 

Ainsifrorthy William Harrison. 1805-82. 
Auriol ; or, The elixir of life ; with illustrations by 
H. K. Browne. London, no date. O. 238 p. pi. 

Boscobel ; or. The royal oak, a tale of the 

year 1651 ; illustrated. . . London, no date. O. 
16 + [i] 4- 369 p. pl. 

Crichton . . . with illustrations. . . 



London, no date. O. [4] + 354 p. pi. 



Flitch of bacon ; or, The custom of Dun- 
mow ; a tale of English home . . . with illustra- 
tions by John Gilbert. London, no date. O. 6-1- 
•290 p. pi. 

Guy Fawkes ; or, The gunpowder treason, 

an historical romance . . . with illustrations . . . 
by George Cruikshank. London, no date. O. 8 
+ 359 P- 



Jack Sheppard ; a romance with illustra- 
tions by George Cruikshank. London, no date. 
O. 8 -f- 344 p. pi. 

Lancashire witches, a romance of Pendle 

forest . . . with illustrations. . . London, no 
•date. O. 8 4- 492 p. pi. 

Mervyn Clitheroe ; with illustrations by 



Miser's daughter ; a tale . . . with illus- 
trations by George Cruikshank. London, no date. 
O. n 4- 302 p. pi. 

A night's adventure in Rome. (In his 



Auriol, p. 215-238.) 

Old Saint Paul's ; a tale of the plague and 

the fire . . . with illustrations. . . London, no 
date. O. [6] 4- 426 p. pi. 

Ovingdean grange ; a tale of the South 

Downs, illustrated by H. K. Browne. London, 
no date. O. 94- 357 p. pi. 



Hablot K. Browne. London, no date. O. 8 -t- 
l3] + 372 p. pi. 



Rookwood ; a romance . . . with illus- 
trations by George Cruikshank. . . London, no daXt. 
O. 30 4- 338 p. pi. 

Spendthrift ; a tale . . . with illustrations 

by Hablot K. Browne. London, no date. O. 5 
4- 332 p. pi. 

Star chamber, an historical romance . . . 

illustrated by Phiz. London, no date. O. 8 -h 
296 p. pi. 

Tower of London ; a historical romance, 

illustrated by George Cruikshank. London, no date. 
O. 16 4- 439 p. pl. 

Windsor castle; an historical romance 

. . . illustrated by Geo. Cruikshank. London, no 
date. O. 10 4- 324 p. pl. 

Alciphron. Epistles ; in which are described 
the domestic manners, the courtesans, and parasites 
of Greece . . . translated from the Greek [by 
William Beloe and Thomas Monro]. London, 
1791. O. 270 p. 

Aleyn, Charles. -1640. Historic of that wise 
and fortunate prince, Henrie of that name the sev- 
enth, king of England ; with that famed battaile, 
fought betweene . . . King Henry and Richard 
the third named Crookbacke, upon Redmoore neere 
Bosworth. . . London, 1638. S. 4 -h 156 p. 

Amadis de Gaula. Amadis of Gaul, translated 
from the Spanish version of Garciordonez de Mon- 
talvo, by Robert Southey. New edition. London, 
1872. O. 3 V. 

Amis and Amiloun. Amis et Amiles und Jour- 
dains de Blaivies ; zwei altfranz5sische heldenge- 
dichte des kerlingischen sagenkreises ; nach der 
Pariserhandschrift . . . hrsg. von Konrad Hofmann. 
2. aufl. . . Erlangen, 1882. O. 66 4- 246 4- [i] p. 

Amos, Andrew. 1 791-1860. Great oyer of 
poisoning ; the trial of the Earl of Somerset, for the 
poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury in the tower of 
London. . . London, 1846. O. [3] 4- 551 p. 2 
por. 



DRAMA, POETRY. AND CSITTCIS 



Anacreon, Anacreon, done into English out 
of (he original Greelt ; [hy Francis Willis. Thomas 
Wood, Abraham Cowley and John Oldham]. . . 
Oxford. iMi. S. [20] + 114 P- 

Analehten der niittel- und neu-griechischen 
literal ur ; hrsg. von A. Ellissen. Lnptig, 1S55. 
Sq. S. V. I. 

AncoDa, Alessandro d'. 1835-. and Bacci, 
Orazio. Matiuale della letteratura italiana. s"' ed. 
Fireritt. iSy3-95. D. 5 v. 

Ancona, Alcssandro d'. 1835-. and Comparetti, 
D. P. A., 1835-. editors. Le antiche rime volgari 
secondo la lezionc del codice Vaticsno 3793. Bo. 
legna. 1875-88. O. 5 v. 

Anaeliiiti, Rudolf. Boccaccios novelle vom 
falken und ihre verbreilung in der litteralur, nebst 
Lope de Vegas komodie El haleon de Federieo. 
Erlangm. ■ii'^i. O. [4] + 100 + [i] p. 

Aiifltey, Christopher, 1724-1305. Liberality ; 
or, The decayed Macaroni ; a sentimental piece. 
[Anon.] Lcndmt, 1788. Sq. Q, iz p. 1 ill. 

AntraboB, Benjamin. Buds and blossoms of 
piety, with some fruit of the spirit of love and direc- 
tions to the divine wisdom ... a collection of 
papers written by B. A. 2d ed. enlarged. London. 
1691. S. [S] 4- 128 p, 

ApuleluB. The metamorphosis ; or Golden 
ass, translated from the original Latin by Thomas 
Taylor. . . London, 1S22. O. 19 + 213 p. 



1 nights, Arabian nights , , . trans- 
lated by . . . Rev. Edward Forsler ; with engrav- 
itigs from pictures by Robert Smirke. . . Lon. 
don, 1802. O. 5 V. pi. 

,ry illustrating the Poetic 
taken chiefly from the 

I of the i'oetic by Henry 
!. Kq. Q. i6-l-5lJa + 



Poetics ; or. Discourses concerning tragic 

and epic imitation ; translated from the Greek into 
EngUsh [by Willis]. . . London, 1775. O. 16 
+ 107 + 29 P- 

Die Poetik, Ubersetzt und erlSutert von 

H. Stieh. . . Leipzig \^zf.l. 1887]. T. 101 p. 

ArmBtrong, Archibald. — if>72. Banquet of 
jests . . . with Archy's dream. . . Edinburgh. 
i372. O. 29 -I- 12 H- 333 p. I por. 

Armstrong, John. M.D. 1709-79. CEcoiio- 
my of love; a poetical essay. . . New editiim. 
[Anon,] Loudon. 1745. O. 43 p. 

AfihtoB, John. Dawn of the XIX"* century in 
England; a social sketch of the times. I^iidoii, 
1836. O. 2 V. pi, ill. 



- Old ti 



■eofsi 



^ial lite a 



end of the eighteenth century ; collected and illus- 
trated from the satirical and other sketciies of the 
day. London, 18^5 O 12 + 354 p, 83 pi. 

Attlla flagellum Uei , poemelto in otlava rinia 
riprodollo -.ulle antiLhe stampe. Fisa, 1S&4. O, 
97 + 72 P- 



S. 20 + 70 p. 

Andiguler, Vital d', 1569-1624. Love and 
valour, celelirated in the person of the author, by 
the name of Adraste ; or, The divers affections of 
Minerva . , , translated out of the French by W. 
B. [Anon.] iom/oH, 1633. D. [aj]-H226p, 

Aiutiii, William. 15S7-1634. Devotionia au- 
gnstinien^e flamma ; or. Certaine devout, godly and 
learned meditations ... set forth . . , by , , . 
Mrs. Anne Austin, , . Ziwi/OM, 1&35. Q, [4] + 



Authentick memoirs of the conduct and ad- 
ventures of Henry St. John, late viscount Boling- 
broke. . . London [1750?] O. 40 p, 

Auvray, Lucien, Les manuscrits de Dante des 
biblioth^ques de France ; essai d'un catalogue rai- 
sonne. /'arir, i8g2, O. 5 + t'] + ^95 P- ^ pi, 

Ayres. i'hilip, 1638-1710. Lyric poems made 
in imitation of the Itahans, . . London. IbSy. S. 
[13] -(-167+ [8] p. pi. 

Ayton, Sir Robert. 1570-1638. Poems, with 
a memoir from original sources of information by 
Rev. Charles Rogers. London, l37t. O. 120 p. 
ipl, 

BiLCon, Roger, 1214 7-94, (Legend.) Famous 
historic of Fryer Bacon ; edited by Edmund Gold- 
smid, Edinburgh. 1886. S. 2 V. in 1. (Biblio- 
Iheca curiosa.) 

Bandello. Matteo, vescovo. 1480-1561. Twelve 
stories selected and done into English, with a me- 
moir of the author, by Percy Pinkerton, London, 
1895. O. iS + 342 p. 

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BintSy Julius. Der einfluss der ** Ars poetica'* 
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BlanCy Ludwig Gottfried. 1 781-1866. Voca- 
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Blayney* Allan. Blessed birthday of our 
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Bleibtreu, Karl August. 18 59-. Geschichte 
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BloiSy Fran9ois Louis de. 1 506-1 563? Mir- 
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Boberta^y Felix. 1841-. Geschichte des 
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l$lS-9). iMmdvctioM to 
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1S41-. Essii SB la craMjac 
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BixiirB*. XViUiani. it4t-if^45? I\>ein^ . . . 
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twirl, t:ft»- 
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^elr.Ul.nliiin 


Some rules and order* (or llie government 

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(,7«mr. lS3_i. 0, 3<- ■(- 41% -t- 47 


Breton, Nicholas. r?45^i6ir(<? I^iifiing ot 
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Mu.npc.lcrvn;lov-ro.n> 

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Bumety Gilbert, bp. of Salisbury. 1643-17 15. 
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Byerley» John Scott. Love's lyrics ; or, Cupid's 
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Byron, George Gordon Noel Byron, baron. 
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Campbell* Donald. Treatise on the language, 
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Capefigue* Jean Baptiste Honore Raymond. 
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Carlisle» Frederick Howard, 5th earl of. 1748- 
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Casanova de Seinealt, Giovanni Giacomo. 
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Ch&rpin-FeiigvrolleB, , comte de. 

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Chlose anonime alia prima cantica della Divina 
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Chndleigh, Lady Mary Lee. ibifi-i-jfo. 
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ChurcMll, Charles. 1731-64. The apology, 
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— — Kosdad, and the Apology, edited liy 
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Cibber, Colley. 
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Cleveland, John. i6(; 



Idol of the clownes ; 

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Clotta, Wilhelm. Beitrii 

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— Essays on his own times forming a sec- 
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The friend ; a series of essays to aid in 

the formation of fixed principles in politics, morals, 
and religion. . . 3d edition by H. N. Coleridge. 
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Notes and lectures upon Shakespeare 

and some of the old poets and dramatists . . . edited 
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Notes, theological, political S: miscel- 
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On the constitution of the church and 

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Poetical works. London, 1834. S, 3 v, 

Poetical works of Coleridge, Shelley and 

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Collection, First, [second, third and fourth] of 
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Colman, George, 1732-94, and Thornton, Bon- 
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Colomb de Batines, Paul, called vicomte. 
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Combe, William. 1 741-1823. Additions to 
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Comforter (The), a poem. . . London^ 1820. 
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Comptes (Les) dv monde adventvrevx par A. 
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Con^reve, William. 1 670-1 729. Memoirs 
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Coryate» Thomas. 1577 7-1617. Crudites; 
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Thomas Coriate, traveller for the English 

wits ; greeting from the court of the Great Mogul, 
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