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O'Reilly aboo; or, Willy Reilly and his col-
leen bawn. an Irish comedy drama in 4
acts, by Chas. Osborne and E. J. Parker.
89 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Dominick Murray and E. J. Parker.
New York; 1890:40171, Dee. 19; 2c. Dec. 20.

34331



O'Reilly at the Waldorf Astoria; comedy
musical sketch, by W. J. Wilson. 13 p. 4°.
Typewritten. [Words only]

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1910 ; D : 17907 ; William J.
Wilson, Brooklyn. 34332

Oreo at the French ball; comedy in 4 acts,
adapted by A. Corbett.

© Adolphe Corbett,' New York; 1884:
21043, Oct. 20. 34333

Oresteia des Aischylos. See Orestes.

Orestes; a play in 2 acts from the French,
tr. by A. Tridon.

© Andre Tridon, New York ; D : 15664.
Apr. 20, 1909. 34334

a tragedy, by Richard Le Gallienne. New



York, M. Kennerley, 1910. 50 p. 12'

© Mar. 25, 1910; 2c. Apr. 18, 1910; D:
20813; Mitchell Kennerley, New York.

34335

eine trilogie, nach der Oresteia des



Aischylos, von Felix Weingartner. Dich-
tung. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel, 1901.
85 p. 16°. ( [Breitkopf & Hiirtels textbiblio-
thek, nr. 274] )

Contents : Agamemnon. — Das todtenop-
fer. — Die ex'inyen.

© Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig; D : 1089,
Nov. 13, 1901; 2c. Nov. 13, 1901. 34336

Organ (The) builder; drama in 1 act and 1
scene, by E. Corley. 18 p. 4°. Typewrit-
ten.

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1915; D : 40178 : Ethel
Corley, Seattle. 34336a

Organ (The) grinder; comic opera in 3 acts,
-book by A. Powell, lyrics by Reuben Fax.
58 p. 4°. Typewritten'. [Libretto only]

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1910; D : 22107 ; Arthur
Powell, Stratford, Conn., and Reuben Fax.
Toronto, Canada. 34337

1 act play, by J. E. McCann. 14 p. 4°.



Typewritten.

© John Ernest McCann, New York ; D :
8049, Feb. 24, 1906; 2c. Feb. 24, 1906.

34338

a 1 act playlet, by Ernest C. Whitton.



[2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Morris Levine and Sadye Rosenzweig.
New York ; D : 12189. Jan. 16, 1908 ; Ic. Dec.
19, 1907; Ic. Jan. 30, 1908. 34339

or, Cast thy bread upon the waters.



play in 1 act, by M. Hyinan. 4 p. f.
Typewritten.

■ © Ic. May 31, 1913; D : 33365 ; Milton

Hyman, San Francisco. 34340



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34361



Organo (El) de las senoras; peri6dico femenino
en 1 acto, dividido en 3 cuadros y un prelimi-
nar, en pi'osa y verso, original de A. Sanchez
Carrere, nn'usica de los niaestros Modesto y
Vicente lioniero. Madrid [Sociedad de au-
tores espanolesl 1911. 42 p., 1 1. 12°. [Ll-
l)rett(> only]

© L»ec. 30. lt)ll : 2c. Jan. 2. 1912 ; D : 28151 ;
AdoHo Silnchez Carrere, Madrid. 34341

Grgullo (El) de Albacete; juguete c6mico en 3
actos, por A. I'a.so y .J. Abati. Madrid [Socie-
dad de au tores espaiioles] 1914. 87 p. 12°.

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D:
36513; Antonio Paso y Joaquin Abati, Ma-
drid. 34341a

Oriana; a comic opera in 2 acts, by J. B. Cas-
sell and H. B. Iszard.

© Joseph B. Cassell and Harry B. Iszard,
Leadville, Col.; 1888:29761, Oct. 19. 34342

Orient (The): a grand dramatic musical and
terpsich.oriai spectacular representation of the
Orient, by B. Kiralfy.

© Bolossv Kiralfv, New York ; 1892 : 28421,
July 7. 34343

synopsis of a dramatic Avork to be drama-
tized hereafter, by B. Kiralfy. Typewritten.

© Bolossv Kiralfy, New York; 1892:46907;
Nov. 18 ; 2c. Nov. 18. 34344

Orient (The) express; comedy in 3 acts, adapted
from the Ceniiun play Die orient reise of Os-
car lilumentlnil and Gustav Kadelburg, by
F. C. Burnand and Augustin Daly. [5], 58 p.
4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Jan. 10, 1913; D : 31938 ; Joseph F.
Daly and Richard Dorney, Ne\v York. 34345

Oriental America; by J. W. Ishani.

© John W. Isham. New York ; 1895 : 63367,
63369. Dec. 14. 34346, 34347



- Same. Typewritten.

© John W. Isham, New York ; 1896 : 48875.

34348



Aug. 29 ; 2c. Aug. 29.

-extravaganza in 2 acts, by S. T. Jack.

© Sam. T. Jack, Chicago; 1896:21527,
Apr. 6. 34349

Oriental (The) curse; 1 act sketch, by O. E. V.
Almgren and H. Dela Poore. 5 p. f°. Type-
written.

© Ic. Oct. 31. 1911 ; D : 25696 ; Oscar E. V.
Almgren and Harold Dela Poore, New York.

34350

Oriental (An) intruder; play in 3 acts, by
Charles Goddard. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Mar. 12. 1915 ; D : 39970 ; Star co..
New York. 34350a



Oriental (The) painting; or. The sacrifice, play
by A. Armband. [7] p. f°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1912; D: 28443; Abraham
Armband, New York. 34351

Oriental (An) paradox; musical comedy in 2
acts, book and lyrics by D. S. Marion. [88]
ji. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto only]

© Dave S. Marion, New York ; D : 5719,
Nov. 2, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1904. 34352

Oriental (The) psychic; by A. Ahumada. 30 p.
f°. Typewritten.

© Ali Ahumada, New York ; D : 1639, Mar.
24, 1902 ; 2c. Mar. 24, 1902. 34353

Oriental (The) spy; tabloid play of today in
3 acts, by Miron Lefhngwell. Chicago, Chicago
manuscript co., 1914. [33] p. f°. Mimeo-
graphed. (Byer's library of tabloid plays)

© Nov. 3, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1914 ; D : 38898 ;
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 34353a

Oriental (An) wooing; comedy in 3 acts, by L.
Byrne. 80 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Lee Byrne, St. Louis ; D : 2659, Nov. 17,
1902 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1902. 34354

Origin (The) and development of dress; arr.
by Livingston Rus.sell.

© W. L. Hatch, New York; 1895:49107,
Sept. 27. 34355

Origin (The) of champagne. See Moonshine.

Origin of love; by K. Bennett. 5 p. 4°, Type-
written.

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1910; D: 20545; Katheryne

Bennett, New York. 34356

Original (The) baby in the cradle; by E. Miles.
Typewritten.

© Edv.-ard Miles, Brooklyn; 1898:63425,
Oct. 29 ; 2c. Oct. 29. 34357

Original Christmas dialogs; by Elizabeth F.
Guptill. Lebanon, O.. March brothers, 1905.
cover-title, 37 p. 16°.

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 7105, Aug.
14,- 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 13, 1905. 34358

Original (The) Cohen; melodrama in 4 acts, by
Scott Marble. [89] p. 4'. Typewritten.

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1912; D: 29494; American
amusement assn., Cliicago. 34359

a play in 4 acts, by P. Brounoff.

© Platon Brounoff, New York ; D : 4018,
Sept. 25, 1903. 34360

Original (The) Cynthia; by Mrs. J. B. Macks
and B. C. Hart.

© Mrs. James B. Macks and B. C. Hart,
New York ; D : 6432, Mar. 25, 1905. 34361



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34380



Original illuminated poems with one hundred
curious and beautiful illustratons; byAmelie
rOiseau [pseud, of Mrs. G. J. Byrd]

© Mrs. George J. Byrd, New York: D:
.-)116, Mar. l.^i", in04. 34362

Original (An) minstrel first part; in 1 act and
1 scene, by C. A. Reade. [14] p. f°. Type-
written.

© Charles Arlington Ileade, Chicago; D:
4375, Dec. 11, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1903. 34363

Original (The) Mr. Benson; a comedietta in 1

act, by Kenneth Lee. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Edna Willa Troop, Detroit; D : 4717,

Mar. 12, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1904. 34364

Original monologues and sketches; by Belle
Marshall Lftcke. Boston, AV. H. Baker & co.,
1903. 83 p. 12°.

Contents : A man, a maid and a dress-
suit case. — How Miss Ceely took the cake. —
American bea\ities. — Polly's surprise party. —
Uncle Ned's ring.— His best girl. — Mrs. Fol-
lansbee's tramp.

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; A : 69390.
Sept. 22, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 24, 1903. 34364a

Original (An) package; a 3 act musical
comedy, by J. H. Dobbins.

© J. H. Dobbins, Richiiioiid, Ind. ; 1S90 :
23.529, July 26. 34365

Original (The) plumber; by C. Spinks. 7 ]).
4°. Printed.

© Feb. b'l. 1910: 2c. Feb. 23. 1910: E:
20264; Charles Spinks, Omaha, Neb. 34366

Original (An) story; comedy sketch in 1
scene, by W. Howe. [12] p. 4°. Type-
written.

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1011 ; D : 23407 : Walter
Howe, New York. 34367

Original (An) widow's pension; or. The fugi-
tive fortune, a comedy in 4 acts, by Kath»-
erine Van Harlingen.

© .John William Butler. San Francisco;
1898 : 6114, Jan. 17 ; 2c. Jan. 17. 34368

O'Riley's night off; a farce comedy in 3 acts,
by J. B. Donovan.

© James B. Donovan. New York; 189.5:
2387, Jan. 7. 34369

Orindo; by P. B. Clau.sen.

© Peter B. Clausen, East -Omaha. Neb. :
1893 : 53513, Dec. 2. 34370

Oriole (The) comic opera co. See Stranded.

Orion; or. The champion of the belt, bur-
lesque play, by C. T. P. Ware.

© Charles T. P. Ware, New York; 1873:
1773, Feb. 21. 34371



Orkan (Der); das schauspiel einer kiinstler-
krise, 3 akte, von Kurt Kiichler. Berlin-
Wilmersdorf, F. Bloch erben, 1914. 86 p.

8°.

© Jan. 12. 1915; D: 39380; Felix Blo,li
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 34371a

Orlandus; by T>. Mowry.

© Lincoln Mowry, New York ; 1884 : 1893,
Jan. 26. 34372

Ormondes (The); a drama, hv T. F. Strange.
89 p. Ms.

© Thomas Fraivis Strange, Bo.st.on; 1887:
8899, Apr. 12; Ic. Apr. 12. 34373

Oro dies; a drama of 18 scenes, by I. N. Ter-
rill.

© L N. Terriil', Lansing, Kan.; 1898:
53348, Sept. 12. 34374

Oro (L') e I'orpello; commedia in 2 atti, di
T. Gherardi del Testa, with English notes
by C. H. Thurber. Boston, D. C. Heath &
CO., 1893. 68 p. 12°. (Heath's modern
language series)

© C. H. Thurber, Ithaca, N. Y. : 1893:
44280, Oct. 4; 2c. Sept. 22. 34375

Orpat and Ardath. See Lady of the Nile.

Orphan (The) Althaea and Strafford Ellis-
ton; play in 4 acts, by M. .1. L. f'otton.
34 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Aug. 9. 1915; D:4144i); Mary Jane
Lloyd Cotton, Chicago. .34375a

Orphan (The) and foundling; or, The cripple

of Paris, a draniu in 3 acts, by S. E. Ryan.

© Samuel Erwin Ryan, New York : 187."» :

10743, Oct. 16. 34376

Orphan (The) and his violin; a drama in 5
acts, by J. A. Manning.

© James A. Manning. Boston; 1886:
24787. Nov. 2. 34377

Orphan and the heiress; an cniotional melo-
drama in 4 acts, by J. T. Walsh and C P.
Brown. [67] p. f°. Typewritten.

© J. Theo. Walsh and Charles 1'. Brown.
ITnited States ; D : 4899, Apr. 7, 1904 : 2c.
Apr. 7, 1904. 34378

Orphan (The) and the octopus; '.omic op<'ra
in 2 acts, by G. B. Hill. 115 ]•>. 4°. Type-
written. [Libretto only]

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1913 : D : 32983 : Geoi-ge I?i-a(l-
bury Hill, Milwaukee. 34379

Orphan (An) boy's career. See Pantomime
Joe.

Orphan (An) heiress; a sensational comedy
melodrama in 5 acts, by Arthur Jefi'erson.
© Agnes Wallace Villa. New York; O:
2441, Oct. 33, 1902. 34380

See also Ace (The) of hearts. — Blanche.



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34401



Orphan (The) of Ballahooly; a drama in 4
acts, libretto and music by Rev. Thomas De-
laney.

© T. Delaney, New Orleans ; 1897 : 65264,
Nov. 23. 34381

Orphan (An) of the state; a drama, adapted
from tlie FrtMicli. by .Tosepli Sydney (Jos$
F. Godoy)

© Jose F. Godoy, California; 1880:12281,
Aug. 9. 34382

drama in 5 a^ts, adapted from the French,

by Joseph S.vdney [pseud, of Jose F. Godoy]
93 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1910; D : 20238 ; Albert L.
Godoy, Mexico. 34383

Orphans (The); a domestic drama, by Bartley
Campbell.

© R. M. Carroll, New York; 1874:8779,
July 1. 34384

Orphan's (An) oath; a realistic drama in 4 acts
and 7 tableaux, by F. Davis.

© Frank Davis, New York; 1882:2394,
Feb. 15. 34385

See also At last.

Orphans (The) of New York; an original com-
edy driiniii in 4 acts, by N. S. Wood.

© N. S. Wood, Brooklyn; 1890:29148,
Sept. 22. 34386

Orphans of San Francisco. See While Frisco
■was burning.

OiTihan's (An) prayer; drama in 4 acts, by Ed-
gar Humphrey. [72] p. f°. Typewritten.

© Edwin De Coursey, Evansville, Ind. ; D :
3267, Mar. 20, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 20, 1903. 34387

Orphans with parents. See Price of love.

Ori>hee; ballet en 2 actes, par Roger-Ducasse.
Paris. Durand et cie., 1912. 8 p. 8°.

© Nov. 4, 1912; 2c. Dec. 23, 1912; D:
32950; Durand et cie., Paris. 34388

Orpheus and Eurydice; ballet in several com-
positions, invented and arr. by B. Kiralfy.

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York ; 1887 : 2676,
Feb. 3. 34389

an operatic burlesque, libretto by F. Almy,

songs by F. Almy, .Tesse C. Dann, R. C. Rog-
ers. John B. Olmsted, Carleton Sprague, music
by S. Clark, M. E. Robinson.

© Frederic Almy, Robert Cameron Rogers,
Seth Clark, and Minott E. Robinson, Buffalo ;
1897:30935. May 22; 2c. May 22. 34390

Orpheus comedy four; in Throw that light on
me, pl;iy in 1 act. by O. M. Scott and G. Ford.
2 p. f°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1912 ; D : 30608 ; O. M. Scott
and Geo. Ford, Chicago. 34391



Orpheus in the underground; [play in 2 acts]
by Sir H. Tree. [65] p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28195 ; Sir Herbert
Tree, London. 34392

Orsana; an opera comique in 3 acts, by George
and Maurice Arnold [pseud, of M. A. Strotli-
otte]

© George W. Arnold, .ir., and Maurice
Arnold Strothotte, New York; 1891:29899,
Aug. 21. 34393

Orthodoxy; play in 1 act, by Nina Wilcox Put-
nam. {In The Forum, v. 51, no. 6, June,
1914 ; periodical © May 25, 1914 ; 2c. May 26,
1914 ; B : 302878 ; Mitchell Kennerley, New
York) 34393a

Ortrun und Ilsebill; eine marchenkomodie in
5 akten, von Otto Ernst [pseud, des O. E.
Schmidt] Leipzig, Verlag von L. Staackmann.
1906. 152 p. 12°.

© res. under act of Mar. 3. 1905, by Otto
Ernst, Germany; res. no. 526; Ic. Sept. 14,
1906. 34394

Orythya; a wordless drama of ancient Rome, by
E. V. Cooke-Hanegan. Philadelphia, J. W.
Barclay, printer [1909] [3] p. 8°. [Synop-
sis]

© E. V. Cooke-Hanegan, London ; D : 15606,
Apr. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1909. 34395

Orythya, the dancing girl; a story of ancient
Rome, by J. Garrison. [5] p. 4°. Typewrit-
ten,

© Jules Garrison, New York ; D : 15945,
May 24, 1909 ; 2c. May 24, 1909. 34396

Osarsiph, prince of Egjrpt; a drama, by J. G.
Schwahn.

© J. G. Schwahn, Los Angeles ; 1893 : 8461.
Feb. 13. 34397

Osbern and ITrsyne; drama in 3 acts, by John
Oliver Hobbes [pseud, of Mrs. Craige] Lon-
don, New York, J. Lane [1899] 4 p. 1., 94 p.,
1 1. 12°.

© John Lane. London ; 1899 : 69385, Oct. 25 ;
2c, Oct. 26. 34398

Oscar Loraine and his wood be partners; ven-
triloquial musical sketch [by Sam Ehrlirh]
5 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only]

© Ic. Apr. 29. 1910; D: 20910; Oscar
Loraine, New York. 34399

Oscar Wilde; a dramatic portrait, by A. Blanch-
ard. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Af thur Blanchard, Cambridge, Mass. ; D :
11781, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1907. 34400

Oscar's birthday. Typewritten.

© Geo. Henry Trader, New York ; 1900 A :
12058, May 14; 2c. July 3. 34401



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Osceola; (jr, The sorrows of the Seminoles, a
drama in 4 acts, by B. McCrary.

© Beu McCrary, Snohomish, Wash.; 1889:
23312, July 80. 34402

Osgar und Adolf; musical comedy, being a
dramatization of humorous literary and art
features, in 2 acts, by F. W. Schaefer and
A. D. Condo. 01 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li-
bretto only]

© Ic. July 17, 1913; D: 33819; Fred W.
Schaefer, Berkeley, Cal. 34403

Oshkosh next week; a comedy for a singing
quartette, by Harry L. Newton. Chicago,
T. S. Denison, 1908. 7 p. 12°. ( [Denison's
vaudeville sketches] ) [Words only]

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 13423, July
27, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 4, 1908. 34404

Osiris; an Egyptian comic opera in 3 acts, li-
bretto by M. A. Bartlett, music by H. E.
Bates.

© Murray A. Bartlett, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
and Harol<l E. Bates, NeAv Hamburgh, N. Y. ;
1889 : 9247, Mar. 23. 34405

Os-ka-wawa (The); dramatization of Longfel-
low's song of Hiawatha, by R. R. Wright.
[48] p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1914; D : 3G657 ; Ruby Ra-
clielle Wright, Chicago. 34405a

Osmo; an opera in 2 acts with intermezzo, li-
bretto by W. (jr. Harrison, music by H. J.
Stewart.

© William Greer Harrison and H. J. Stew-
art, United States ; 1897 : 6G16, Jan 22.

34406
Osru. See Every-soul.

Osteopathic office hours; an object lesson in 1
act and several scenes, by M. A. Willey.

© Marguerite A. Willey, Boston ; D : 13797.
Aug. 29, 1908. 34407

Osterfest (Das) bei den haschen; miirchenspiel
in 3 bildern mit gesang und tanz, gedichtet
und arr. von Henny Voigt.

© H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, Germany; D:
8870, July 26, 1906. 34408

'Ostler Joe; by R. Hutchinson.

© Ilodolphe Hutchinson, Frankford, Phila-
delphia ; 1887 : 399, Jan. 7. 34409

a drama in 4 acts, by A. J. Westermayr.

© Arthur J. Westermayr, New York ; 1893 :
24553, May 20. 34410

■ in r> acts. 49 p. f°. Typewritten.

© Olivia Blakelej', Memphis, Tenn. ; D:
1529, Mar. 7, 1902; 2c. Mar. 7, 1902. 34411



'Ostler Joe — Continued.

— —a melodrama, by J. Miller (Lucille Loring)
[i. e. J. M. Clarke] [25] p. 4°. Typewrit-
ten.

© JosepJiine Miller, Boston; 1889:29 .Fan
2 ; 2c. Feb. 18. 34412

a play in 4 acts, by George Fawcett R(nve

and Douglas Hamilton.

© Archibald Gordon, New York; 1886:
2G572, Nov. 24. 34413



• • See also Hostler Joe.

Ostpreussen; schauspiel in 3 akten, von Paul
Enderliug. Stuttgart und Berlin, J. G. Cotta'-
sche buchhandlung nachfolger, 1915. 141 p.
12°.

© May 15, 1915; Ic. June 21, 1915; D:
40997; J. G. Cotta'sche buchhandlung nach-
folger, Berlin. 34413a

Otello. See Othello.

Othello; ed. by Horace Howard Furness. Phila-
delphia, J. B. Lip])incott company, viii, [1],
471 p. 8°. (New variorum ed. of Shakes-
peare. V. 6)

© J. B. Lippiiicott CO.,, Philadelphia ; 1886:
8337, Apr. 8; 2c. Apr. 12. 34414

-a tragedy in 5 acts, by William Shakes-
peare. The correct Edwin Bo(.(h jicting edi-
tion, ed. by John M. Kingdom. New York,
R. M. De Witt, 1876. 69 p. 12°. (De Witt's
acting plays, no. 209)

© Robert M. De Witt. New York; 1876:
14581, Dec. 29; 2c. Sept. 15, 1877. 34415

— —Same. The Italian version as i)erformed
by Salvini and his Italian company during the
American tour. New York, 1873.

© Charles B. Bur'o'ell, New York; 1874:
1284, Feb. 4 ; 2c. Feb. 4. 34416

-Same, with the English and Itiilian words,

as performed bv Si^nor Salvini. N(>w York
G. D. Kopp(>l. 1889. 86 p. 8°.

© Charles D. Koppel, New York; 1889:
29616. Sept. 30; 2c. Oct. 19. 34417

with a special introduction by William E.

Henley and an original frontispiece by F.
Brangwyn. [The University press Shakes-
peare. Renaissance ed.] New York. George
D. Sproul, 1908. xxi, 172 p. front. 4°. (The
complete works of William Shnkespe;ire, with
annotations and a general introduction by
Sidney Lee. v. 32)

© University press, Cambridge, Mass. ; A :
210691, June 29, 1908 ; 2c. June 29, 1908.

34418



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34433



Othello — Continued.

(Otello); lyric <lraiii!\ in 4 acts, by Giuseppe

Vrrdi, libretto founded on Shakespejire'-s trag-
edy, bv Arrico Boito. Knglish version by
W' O. "Day.

© Willard G. Day, Baltimore; 1891:31367,
Sept. 4. 34419

(Shakespeare's); ))iogTaphical outlines and

notes by Margaret Hill McCarter. Topeka,
Kan., Crane <fc company, 1908. 131 p. 12°,
(The Crane classics, no. 41)

© Crane & co., Topeka, Kan.: A: 21 7478.
Sept. 21, 1908 ; 2c. May G, 1909. 34420

— with introduction, notes and plan of



preparation, selected, by Brainerd Kellogg.
New York, E. ]\Iaynard & co., 1892. 5, vi-vii,
[2], 8-ix, 10-180 p. 1 illus. 24°. (English
classics )

© Effingliam Maynard & co.. New York;
1891 : 41933. Nov. 23 ; Ic. May 21. 1892.

34421

— (Shakespeare's tragedy of); the prompt-
book ed. by W. Winter, as presented by Edwin
Booth. [V. 61 New York, Francis Hart &
company, 1878. 125 p. 16°.

© William Winter, New York; 1878:8373.
July 19 ; 2c. Oct. 4. 34422

— the Moor of Venice; ed. by Thomas M. Par-
rt>tt. New York, The Macmillan company.
1912. xix, 179 p. front. 24°. (The Tudor
Shakespeare)

© Oct. 2, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 3, 1912 ; A : 320694 ;
Macmillan co., New York. 34423

ed. with notes by William J. Rolfe.

Harper's library ed. New York and London,
Harper & brothers, 1898. 216 p. front, illus.
12°. (Shakespeare's complete works, v. 14)
© Harper & bros.. New York ; 1898 : 26695,
Apr. 29 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1899. 34424

— (Bevised version of Shakespeare's);

in 5 acts, by J. E. Hall. Tercentenary ed.,
1916. 120 p.' 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. July 31, 1915: D : 41368 ; J. Eugene
Hall, Vinita, Okl. 34424a

■ Same. 124 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© le. Sept. 28. 1915; D : 41854 ; J. Eugene
Hall. Vinita, Okl. 34424b

(Shakespeare's) ; with introduction and



notes, explanatoi'v and critical, by H. N.
Hudson. Boston, Ginn v''c Heath, 1881. 209 p.
16°. (Annotated Englisb classics)

© Henrv N. Hudson, Boston; 1881:7031,
May 7 ; 2c. Aug. 24. 34425



Othello, the Moor of Venice (Shakespeare's) —

Continued.
-Same. Boston. New York [etc.] Ginn &

company [1909] 209 p. 16°.

© Kate W. Hudson, Cambridge, Mass., in
renewal for 14 years from May 7, 1909; A:
229459, Jan. 29, 1909; 2c. Jan. 29, 1909.

34426

^ with introduction and notes, ex-
planatory and critical, by Margaret A. Eaton.
Boston. New York [etc.] Educational pub-
lisbing company [1906] 157 p. 16°.

© Educational pub. co., Boston ; A : 143741,
Mar. 6, 1906; 2c. Apr. 12, 1906. 34427

(Shakespeare's tragedy of); ed. with



notes by William J. Rolfe. New York, Harper
& brothers, 1879. 214 p. front, illus. 16°.

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1879 : 10317,
Aug. 4; 2c. Aug. 7. 34428

Same. NewYork, Cincinnati [etc.] Ameri-
can book company [1903] 263 p. incl. front.,
illus. 16°.

© Wm. J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass. ; A :
66351, Aug. 14, 1903; 2c. Feb. 1, 1904. 34429

Same. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Ameri-
can liook company [1907] 2 p. 1., [9]-216 p.
front., illus. 16°.

© William .J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass., in
renewal for 14 years from Aug. 4, 1907; A:
180975, July 3, 1907 ; 2c. July 23, 1907.

34430

• (The tragedie of); by William Shakes-
peare, ed. with notes, introduction, glossary,
list of variorum readings and selected criti-
cism by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke.
[First" folio ed.] New York, T. Y. Crowell
& CO. [1908] 4 p. 1., vii-xxxi, 311 p. front.
16°.

© Thomas Y. (Jlrowell & co., New York; A:
199825. Feb. 24, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 24, 1908.

24431

• See also Shakespeare's works. — Shaking

Shakespeare.

Othello a la mode; play in 3 pts., by J. E. Aus-
trian. [2], 26 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1914; D: 36724; Joseph E.
Austrian, New York. 34431a

O-Thello and Dar's-de-money; burlesque on
Shakespeare's tragedy of Othello, by Frank
Dumont. New York, Chicago [etc.] M. AVit-
mark & sons, 1905. 11 p. 12°.

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 6091.
Jan. 11, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 11, 1905. 34432

Othello, jr.; a comedy in 1 act, by A. Vattei'
and C. S. Street.

© August Vatter and Charles S. Street.
Boston; 1891:19101, May 2. 34433



1723



34434



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS



34454



Othello outdone; travesty in 1 act, by M. Clay-
ton, R. Anderson and L. Drew. 14, [2] p. 4°.
Typewritten.

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1911; D : 24061 ; Murray
Clayton. Richard Anderson and Lillian Drew,
Norwood, O. 34434

Othello, the boss; or, The coming Shakespeare,
character sketch, by S. Weintraub. [11, 21 p.
4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1912; D: 29339; Sigmund
Weintraub, New York. 34435

Other (The); a drama in 3 acts, tr. and adapted
ironi the French, by E. Koffnian. 88 p. 4°.
Typewritten.

© Elenor Koffman, New York ; D : 14373,
Nov. 25, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1908. 34436

Other (The) body; play in 1 act, by M. Q.
Dixon. [2], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1915; D : 41137 ; Mary Q.
Dixon, Philadelphia. 34436a

Other (The) brother; a comedy in 1 act, by
I. G, Thompson. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten.

© Inez G. Thompson, Boston ; D : 12870,
Apr. 30, 1908; 2c. May 11, 1908. 34437

Other (The) Cohn; a comedy in 1 act, by M.
linchmaun.

© Max Bachmann, New York ; D : 1281 .
.Tan. 13, 1902. 34438

Other (The) danger; a drama in 4 acts, by
Maurice Donnay, tr. by Charlotte Tenney
David. {In The Drama, no. 11, Aug. 1913;
periodical © Sept. 7, 1913 ; 2c. Sept. 13, 1913 ;
B : 290981 ; Drama league of America, Chi-
cago) 34438a

See also Three modern plays from the



French,
Other days. See Memoirs.
Other (The) Erskine, See Intruder (The)
Other (The) fellow; by H. L. Lyman.

© Herbert Lucius Lyman, Spring Lake,

Mich.; 1900 A: 9890, Apr. 18. 34439

comedy in 1 act, by G, Spooner. 7 p. 4°.

Typewritten.

© Ic. June 1, 1911; D: 24375; Cecil
Spooner, New York, 34440

a comedy in 3 acts, by M. B. Home



Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1904. 144 p. 12°.
© Marv Barnard Home, Belmont, Mass. ;
D:4440, Dec. 28, 1903; 2c. Feb. 23, 1904.

34441



— farce comedy in 1 act, by C. D. Kelly.
[2], 10 p. 4°, Typewritten.

© Ic, Aug. 3, 1914; D : 37727 ; Claud D.