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Dekker, Thomas.

Dramatic works. Now first collected with illustrative notes and a
memoir of the author. London. Pearson. 1873. 4 v. ♦*T.37.i3a
Contents. — x. Memoir of Thomas Dekker. — A pleasant comedie of the gentle
craft. — The comedie of Old Fortunatus. »— Satiro-mastix, or the untmssing



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Dekker, Thomas. (Continued.)

of the humorous poet. — The magrnificent entertainment given to King James.
3. The honest whore. — The whore of Babylon. ^- Westward-hoe. 3. North-
ward-hoe. — The famous history of Sir Thomas Wyat. — The roaring girle. —
London triumphing. — If this be not a good play the divell is in it. 4. The
virgin martyr. — Brittania's honor. — Londons Temple. — A tragi-comcdy ;
called Match mee in London. — The wonder of a kingdome. — The sun's darling.
— The witch of Ekimonton.
Contains reproductions of the original title-pages.

Delpit, Albert.

Le fils de Coralie. Avec eaux-fortes de Los Rios. Paris. Ollen-
dorff. 1889. (5), 288 pp. Plates. [CEuvres completes.] ♦♦T.85^
Deltour, F. See Deltour, Nicolas Felix.
Deltour, Nicolas Felix.

Les ennemis de Racine au xviie siecle. Paris. Didier & c>e. 1859.
ix, 443 pp. ♦♦T.56.ia3

Democratic Review, The. [Monthly.] A political and literary miscel-
lany. Edited by Lothrop Withington. No. i. April, 1882. Lon-
don. Withington & Butler. [1882.] 48 pp. ♦♦T.a6.(54
Denis, Jacques Frangois.

La comedie grecque. Paris. Hachette & ci«. 1886. 2 v. **T45.6
Dennis, John.

A defence of Sir Fopling Flutter, a comedy by Sir George Etheridge.
[Anon.] London: Printed for T. Warne. [1722.] (8), 24 pp.
An attack on Sir Richard Steele. ♦♦T.57.180

De Quincey, Thomas.

Shakespeare. A biography. Edinburgh. Black. 1864. (3)» 99 PP*
Autograph facsimile. **T.57.a63

Appended is his On the knocking at the gate in Macbeth.
DcTcy, Alphonse Frangois.

Moliere, comedie episodique en un acte en vers. Representee, sur

le Theatre-frangais le 15 de Janvier 1828, anniversaire de la nais-

sance de Moliere. Paris. 1828. vij, (i), 48 pp. ♦*T.56.i87

Demise notice sur la giraffe, contenant la relation de son voyage k

Saint-Cloud. Paris. Moreau. 1827. 12 pp. Plate. **T.97.i9

Des actions de chemins de fer. *Par Un collegue de Timon (qui n'en a

pas) [pseud.]. Paris. Rene & c«. 1845. 62, (i) pp. ♦*T.99.5a

Desaix, Ulric Richard. See Richard-Desaiz, Ulric.

D6saugiers, Marc Antoine Madeleine.

Cadet Buteux a la premiere representation du Paria, ou r6cit veri-
dique de cette tragedie, ecrit sous la dictee de I'historien du gros
caillou, par son secretaire intime. Paris. Barba. 1822. (i), 29 pp.
A collection of songs, without music. **T.97.l83

Le testament de Carlin: vaudeville, en un acte et en vers. A Paris,
Chez Jacquelin & Jourdain. An vii [1798/99]. 60 pp. ♦♦T.97.70
Deschanel, £mile Auguste £tienna Martin.

Le romantisme des classiques. S^rie 5: Le theatre de Voltaire.
Paris. L^vy. 1888. (3), 444 pp. [Bibliotheque contemporaine.]

♦♦T.47.6a
Deschaumes, Edmond.

Pour bien voir Paris: guide parisien et pratique. Paris. Dreyfous.
[1889.] X, 615 pp. Illus. Maps. Plans. ♦♦T.97.a5o

The last part of the bastard title reads: Guide parisien, pittoresque et pratique.

Desforges, .

Natilica, conte indien; ou, critique de Catilina. [Anon.] A Amster-
dam. 1749. (i), 22 pp. **T.58.79
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Desmaze, Charles Adrien.

Maurice-Quentin de la Tour, peintre du roi Louis xv. Paris. L^vy.
1854. 78, ( I) pp. ♦rr.98.1a7

Desprez, Louis.

L'evolution naturaliste. Paris. Trcsse. 1884. (4)1 374 PP. **T.97.253
Contents. — Gustave Flaubert. — Lea Goncourt. — Alphonse Daudet. — t,m\le
Zola. — Lcs po^es. ^ Le tWitrc

Devrient, Eduard. See Dcvricnt, Philipp Eduard.
Devrient, Philipp Eduard.

Das Passionsschauspiel in Oberammergau und seine Bedeutung fur
die neue Zeit. Mit Illustrationen von F. Pecht. Leipzig. Weber.

1851. (3), 43, (0 pp. ♦^.93-17

Dexter, John Haven.

Waltzing. [Boston. 1868?] 4 pp. **T.97.155

Signed, Philagathtis. Urges that waltxing is immoraL
Dicaculus, Le Docteur, pseud. See Chaussard, Pierre Jean Baptiste.
Dibdin, Thomas John.

Don Giovanni; or, a spectre on horseback! A comic extravaganza;

in two acts. 5th edition. London. Miller. 1818. 32 pp. ♦♦T.36.50
Dick's Ethiopian scenes, variety sketches, and stump speeches. New

York. Dick & Fitzgerald. [1879.] 178 pp. ♦*T.98.85

Diderot, Denis.

Le neveu de Rameau. [Satire.] Texte revu d'apr^s les manuscrits.

Notice, notes, bibliographic par Gustave Isambert. Portrait et

deux eaux-fortes par Saint-Elme Gauthier. Paris. Quantin. 1883.

(6), 279, (i) pp. Portrait. Plates. Manuscript facsimile. [Petite

biblioth^que de luxe. 9.] ♦*T.86.5

Notice bibliographique, pp. 272-279, The notes include an accotint of the elder

Ramean.

Diguet, Charles.

Les jolies femmes de Paris. Eaux-fortes par Martial. Nouvelle
edition. Paris. Lacroix & c«e. 1873. (5)» ii» 122, (i) pp. Por-
traits. **T.57.378
Contents. — Marie Roze. — .Agar. — Sarah Bernhardt — Leonide Leblanc. —
Blanche Pierson. — Sarolta. — Angelo. — Louise Ferraris. — Marietta Sacca.

— Massin. — Hilda. — Latour. — Rosine Bloch. — Gabrielle de Cleurcy. —
Blanche d'Antigny. — Odette Reynold. *— Alice R^gnault. — Augustine Deveria.

— Celine MontaUnd.
Dimond, William.

The foundling of the forest: a play. Philadelphia. Bradford & Ins-
keep. 1810. 20 pp. No. 2 in ♦♦T.26.34.I
Discours en vers sur la trage'die de Catilina. [Paris? 1748 ?] 8 pp.
Cribillon's Catilina may be found on shelf-number ••T. 58.73. **T.58.75
Ditchfield, Peter Hampson.

Old English sports, pastimes and customs. London. Methuen & Co.
1891. xii, 132 pp. Illus. Platoe. ♦♦T.97.a56

Diz, John, afterwards Ross.

Lions: living and dead; or, personal recollections of the "great and
gifted." By the author of "Pen and ink sketches of authors and
authoresses," etc. 2d edition. London. Tweedic. 1854. 360 pp.
Portraits. **T.57435

These recollections are fictitious.

Doctor Faustus.

The old German puppet play of Doctor Faust. Turned into English
with an introduction and notes by T. C. H. Hedderwick. Lon-
don. Kegan Paul, Trench & Co. 1887. v-xlviii, (3), 207 pp.
Editions of the puppet-play, pp. 196-206. **T.36.X04



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Doctor Ssmtax; or, Harlequin in London. A pantomime. As performed
at the Adelphi Theatre, Dec. 26, 1820. The music by Mr. Jolly.
London. Lowndes. 1820. 15 pp. **T.36u|4

Dodd, James Solas.

A satyrical lecture on hearts. Added, A critical dissertation on
noses. As they are now performing, at the Great Room, Exeter
Exchange. 2d edition. [Anon.] London: Printed for G. Kearsley.

1767. X, (2), 55 pp. ♦♦T.96.367

Satirical notes on varions types of British character.
Dolly and the rat, or the Brisket family. A parody on The maid and

magpie. In two acts. London. Buncombe. 1823. 28 pp.

Colored portrait. ♦♦T.36.5X

Donnay, Maurice Charles.

The other danger. A comedy in four acts. Translated from the

French by Charlotte Tenney David. (In Drama, The. 1913, no.

II, pp. 14-18. Chicago. 1913.) ♦♦T.15.17.3

Preceded hj an account of the author's works hj Barrett H. Clark.

Donnelly, Ignatius.

The great cryptogram: Francis Bacon's cipher in the so-called Shake-
speare plays. London. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Riving-
ton, Ltd. 1888. 2 V. Portraits. Plate. Diagrams. Facsimile.
Manuscript facsimile. **T.55.9

The two volumes are paged continuously.
Dorvigny, Louis Frangois Archambault

Le pont cass6. Sc^ne comique par Dorvigny. Repr6sent6, pour la
premiere fois, au Spectacle des ombres chinoises, le 10 septembre
1784. (In Feu le Theatre de Seraphin. Pp. 31-43. Paris. 1872.)

•♦T.96.145

Douglas, Catherine, Duchess of Queensberry. ,

A proper reply to a late very extraordinary letter from the Hon.

T s H y, to Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart. In a letter to

the honourable author. By a lady. London: Printed for W. Webb.

1742. 56 pp. ♦♦T.57.I44

Thomas Hervey*s Letter to Sir Thomas Hanmer may be found on shelf-number
••T.57.145. A reply, having the title Measure for measure, by a friend of Mr.
Hervey's may be found on shelf-number ••T.57.X46.

Doumic, Ren6.

De Scribe i Ibsen. Causeries sur le theatre contemporain. Paris.

Perrin & c«e. 1896. xvi, 352 pp. ♦♦T.47.69

Essais sur le theatre contemporain. Paris. Perrin & c»e. 1897. (7),

iv, 329, (2) pp. •♦T.47.ai

Le theatre nouveau. Paris. Perrin & c^e. 1908. (5), vii, 366, (i) pp.

•♦T.47.70
Contents. — Le th^itre nouyeau. — Paul Hervieu. — Henri Layedan. ^- Jules
Lemaitre. — Francois de CureL — Eug^e Brieux. — Le thiatre-confirence. —
Octave Mirbeau. — £mile Fabre. — Le theatre contre le divorce. — Maurice
Donnay. — Maurice Donnay et Lucien Descaves. — Alfred Capus. — Pierre
Wolff. — Le suicide au theatre. — Le theatre deliquescent. — Edmond RosUnd.
— Richepin. — CatuUe Mend^s.
Dowden, Edward.

Shakspere : a critical study of his mind and art. New York. Harper.
1881. xvii, iv, 386 pp. ♦♦T.57.187

Drake, Nathan, editor.

Memorials of Shakspeare; or, sketches of his character and genius,
by various writers, now first collected; with a prefatory and con-
cluding essay, and notes. London. Colburn. 1828. viii, 494 pp.

♦♦T.55.5a

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Drannatic beauties; selected from the early and modern British drama-
tists: forming a companion to Dodd's Beauties of Shakspeare.
London. Orr & Smith. 1834. (2), ii, 244, vi pp. ♦♦T.ag.i

Dramatic execution, The, of Agis. London: Printed for J. Cooke. 1758.
24 pp. ♦*T^.8a

Home's Agis may be found on shelf-number ••T.96.84.

Drawing-Room portrait gallery of eminent personages.

Thirteen portraits and memoirs from The Drawing-Room portrait
gallery of eminent personages. [Quarterly. Parts 8-1 1. Lon-
don. 1859?] 4 parts in i v. Portraits. ♦♦T.51.6
The portraits were also issued as supplements to The Illustrated News of the
World.
Du Boulan, Gerard, pseud. .

L'^nigme d'Alceste. Nouvel apergu historique, critique et moral
sur le xviic siecle. Paris. Quantin. 1879. (3), viii, 198, (i) pp.
Portrait. **T.57.79

Dubourg, Felix. (A. Neuville, artiste.)

OEuvres d'un desoeuvre. Tribulations dramatiques ou voyages d*un
comedien dans le nord & le midi de la France, pendant les annees
1834 & 1835. Bordeaux. Peletingeas. 1836. 11 pp. **T.95.i30
Duels, Georges.

fipitre a Jean-Fran<iois Ducis. Paris. Nepveu. 1817. 8 pp.

**T.96.a4a
Dudevant» Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin. (George Sand.)

Frangoise. Com^die en quatre actes et en prose. Paris. Librairie

. nouvelle. 1856. 144 pp. ♦♦T.37.I2I

Souvenirs et impressions litteraires. Paris. Hetzel. [1862.] (3),

323 pp. ♦♦T.97.224

Contents. — Essai sur le dramc fantastique. — Quelques mots sur chacun de mes
romans. — Mon theatre. — Le Theatre-italien de Paris et Mile Pauline Garcia.
— La Joconde de Leonard de Vinci. — Les maioliques florentines. — Lettres i
Marcie.
Dudevant, Jean Frangois Maurice Arnauld. Baron. (Maurice Sand.)
Le theatre des marionnettes. Paris. Levy. 1890. (3), 390, (i) pp.
A collection of plays for marionettes. **T.37,a47

Duentzer, Heinrich. See Ducntzer, Johann Heinrich Joseph.
Duentzer, Johann Heinrich Joseph.

Wiirdigung des Goetheschen Faust, seiner neuesten Kritiker und
Erklarer. Leipzig. Dyk. 1861. (3), 93, (i) pp. ♦♦T.96.a4

Dumanoir, Philippe Francois Pinel, and Adolphe Philippe.

Don Caesar de Bazan. A drama in three acts. With the stage busi-
ness, costumes, &c. New York. Taylor & Co. 1854. 47 pp.
[Modern standard drama. No. 16.] **T.3745

Translated by G. A. A'Beckett and Mark Lemon.
Dumas, Alexandre, the Elder.

The memoirs of Alexandre Dumas (pere). Being extracts from the

first five volumes of Mes memoires. Selected and translated by

A. F. Davidson. London. W. H. Allen & Co., Ltd. 1891. 2 v.

Portrait. Autograph facsimile. ♦*T.57.ii5

Dumas, Alexandre, the Younger.

Camille, or the fate of a coquette. Adapted from the French.

Added^ the costume and the stage business. New York, French.

[185-?] 42 pp. [French's American drama. The acting edition.

No. 129.] ♦*T.374a

Ce qu'on ne sait pas. Paris. 1855. 90 pp. ♦♦T.99^6

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Dumas, Alexander, the Younger. (Continued.)

Entr'actes. Paris. Levy. 1878, 79. 3 v. [CEuvres completes.]

Contains all he has written apart from his novels and plays. **X,97.28a
Montigny. 8 mars 1880. [Paris. 1880.] 12 pp. ♦*T.95.io6

Du M6i*il, £delestand PontaS.

Histoire de la comedie. Periode primitive. Comedie des peuples
sauvages — theatre asiatique — origines de la comedie grecque.
Paris. Didier & cie. 1864. (3), iv, 488, (3) pp. ♦♦T46.11

Dumolard, Henri Frangois filisabeth fitienne Orcel.

F^nelon [sic] au tombeau de Rotrou, poeme. Paris. Hocquet & cie.
181 1. 12 pp. ♦♦T.97.140

Du Molard-Bert, Charles.

Lettre d'un academicien de province, a messieurs de TAcad^mie fran-
goise. N. p. 1749. 24 pp. ♦♦T.58.78

Relates to Cr^billon's Catilina l**T. 58.73].

Dunlap, William.

Andre. A tragedy in five acts. With an introduction by Brander
Matthews. New- York. 18S7. xxxiii, (3), 139 pp. Portrait.
[Dunlap Society. Publications.] ♦♦T.954

Contains a reproduction of the villi page of the edition of 1798.

Darby's return, an interlude. Xcw-York. Printed by Hodge, Allen,
and Campbell. 1789. 14, (2) pp. (Appended to Ford, Paul L.
Washington and the theatre. New-York. 1899.)
A facsimile reprint. No. 2 in ♦*T.95.ai

The father; or, American Shandyism. A comedy. With an intro-
duction by Thomas J. McKee. New-York. 1887. ^cii, (i), 68 pp.
Plate. [Dunlap Society. Publications.] **T.95.a

Contains a reproduction of the titic page of the edition of 1789.

Dunning, Edwin James.

The genesis of Shakespeare's art. A study of his sonnets and poems.
Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1897. xxxiv, 336 pp. ♦♦T.56.a57

Dupin, Andre Marie Jean Jacques.

Defense du Constitutionnel, prononcee a Taudience de la cour royale
du 17 juillet 1827. Paris. Baudouin. 1827. 16 pp. ♦♦T.97.11

Relates to the censorship of the prrs,>^,

Duport, Paul.

Essais litteraires sur Shakspeare, ou analyse raisonn^e, scene par
scene, de toutes les pieces de cet auteur. Paris. Le Tellier. 1828.
2 V. Illus. Portrait. ♦♦T.56.2oa

Dupuy-Demportes» Jean Baptiste.

Lettre a Monsieur de ♦ * * sur la tragedie de Catilina de M. de
Crebillon. [Anon.] A Londre, par les libraires associ^s. 1748.
58, (I) pp. ♦♦T.58.76

Cr^billon's Catilina may be found on shelf-number **T.58.73.

Lettre a Monsieur de Voltaire, sur la tragedie de Catilina. [Anon.]
A Londres. 1748. IS Pp. ♦♦T.58.74

Durand, Hippolyte.

Moliere. Orne de reproductions de Moreau-le-jeune. Paris. Lecene
& Oudin. 1889. 237, (2) pp. Portrait. Plates. [Collection des
classiques populaires.] ♦♦T.5641

Duranty, Louis £mile Edmond.

Theatre des marionnettes. Texte et composition des dessins par
Duranty. Paris. Charpentier. 1880. (8), 337, (i) pp. Colo red
illus. Colored plates. ♦♦T.34.a

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Duval, Alexandre Vincent Pineu.

Charles II, ou le labyrinthe de Wodstock, com^die en trois actes,

en prose. Precedee d'une notice sur Tetat actuel des theatres et

de Tart dramatique en France. Paris. Barba. 1828. cxxvii,

3-92 pp. ♦♦T.36^

Dyer, Thomas Firminger Thiselton.

Folk-lore of Shakespeare. London. Griffith & Farran. [1883.]
ix, 526 pp. ♦♦T.seUa

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Bgan, Pierce, the Elder,

Recollections of John Thurtell, who was executed at Hertford, the
9th of January, 1824; for murdering Mr. W. Wcare: including
various anecdotes, and an account of his demeanour after sentence
was passed. Also, the condemned sermon. Being an appendix
to his account of the trial. London. Knight & Lacy. 1824. (i),
44 pp. Plate. <*T.56.i66

Egyptian Hall, London,

Descriptive synopsis of the Roman Gallery, (in the Egyptian Hall,
Piccadilly,) with its magnificent decorations, including the picture
of the Judgment of Brutus upon his sons; painted by the President
of the Academy at Rome [Lethi^re]. London. The Proprietor.
1816. 16 pp. Plate. ♦♦T.96.303

Ehrhard, Auguste. See Ehrhard, Marie Joseph Auguste.
Ehrhard, Marie Joseph Auguste.

Les comedies de Moliere en Allemagne. Le theatre et la critique.
Paris. Lccene & Oudin. 1888. (2), xxviii, 545, (i) pp. ♦*T.54.a3
Henrik Ibsen et le theatre contemporain. Paris. Lec^ne, Oudin &
cic. 1892. (3), 470 pp. [Nouvcllc bibliotheque litteraire.]

♦♦T.57AI4
Elgin, Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of. See Bruce, Thomas, 7tk Earl of Elgin,
EUacombe, Henry Nicholson.

The plant-lore & garden-craft of Shakespeare. 2d edition. London.
Satchell & Co. 1884. (n), 438 PP. •*T.57^

EUiott, Mrs. M. L.

Shakspeare's garden of girls. London. Remington & Co. 1885.
(5), iv, ii, 351, (0 pp. Portrait ♦^•SS-TO

El«e, Friedrich Carl.

Essays on Shakespeare. Translated with the author's sanction by
L. Dora Schmitz. London. Macmillan & Co. 1874. vi, (i), 379 pp.

♦♦T^6.73
Notes on Elizabethan dramatists with conjectural emendations of
the text. Series [i-]3. Halle. Niemcyer. 1880-86. 3 v. in 2.

William Shakespeare. A literary biogrraphy. Translated by L. Dora
Schmitz. London. Bell. 1888. (5), 587 pp. ♦♦T.57.i6i

Elze, Karl. See BUe, Friedrich Carl.

Endjrmion: or the universal satyrist London: Printed for H. Carpenter.
[17—?] 7-30 pp. ♦^.97.37

England's bards, 1864; or, the three poems which were awarded the
one hundred guineas offered as prizes in the advertisement "Ho!
for a Shakespeare!" which appeared about the time of Shake-
speare's Tercentenary Anniversary. London. Day. 1864. 16 pp.
An advertisement of Thomson's crinoUnes. **T.96.a67

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ttpitre a I'auteur des Deux gendres, sur la preface de la quatrieme edition
de sa com6die. Paris. Martinet. i8i2. 24 pp. ♦♦T.56.278

£tienne'8 Lcs dcax gendres may be found on shelf-number **T.56.37i.

Eschemy, Frangois Louis, Comte d'.

Melanges de litterature, d'histoire, de morale et de philosophie.-
Paris. Bossange & Masson. 181 1. 2 v. **T.97.3i9

Contents. — i. De T^goisme. — Anecdotes de la vie priv6e de Pierre-le- Grand. —
Lc premier des m^rites est celui d'etre heuretix. — Lettre d'nn habitant des
Alpes k un citoyen de Lausanne. — De la proportion des peines aux delits. —
^ De la distinction des rangs, ou de la noblesse ft de r^galit6. -^ Des erreurs de
J. J. Rousseau en politique. — Sur la Russie et la Revolution de Pologne. — Sur
la Suisse. — De certaines opinions. — De la v^rit^. a. Essai sur le bonheur. *—
De la po^sie et des vers. — De la musique dramatique et vocale.

Essay, An, on satirical entertainments. Added, Stevens's new Lecture
upon heads. With critical observations. London printed: sold
by J. Bell. 1772. vi, (2), 87 pp. ♦♦T.97.21

Mainly a commentary on Stevens's Lecture on heads, with extracts from the
lecture.

Est^e, Pierre.

L'esprit des beaux arts. [Anon.] A Paris. Chez C. J. Baptiste
Bauche fils. 1753. 2 v. in i. ♦♦T.98.81

Estienne, Robert.

Causes amusantes et connues. [Anon.] A Berlin. 1769. xij, (2),
420 pp. Plates. ♦♦T.98.6a

Atienne, Charles Guillaume.

Les deux gendres, comedie en vers. Suivie du discours de reception
de Tauteur k TAcademie frangaise. 4« Edition. Paris. Le Nor-
mant. 181 1. xviij, 124 pp. Autograph facsimile. ♦♦T.56.271

tttienne, Victor Joseph, and Hippolyte Louis Florent Bis.

[Guillaume Tell.] Solos, duets, trios, recitative, chorusses, con-
certed pieces, &c. in Rossini's opera, Guillaume Tell! By Alfred
Bunn. Adapted to the English stage by H. R. Bishop. London.
Wright. [1838.] 48 pp. ♦♦T.36.74

Words only. Bunn's translation of the French libretto by £tienne and Bis.

Euripides.

Three dramas of Euripides. By William Cranston Lawton. Boston.
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1897. vii, (i), 261 pp. ♦♦T.36.99

Contents. — On the origin and spirit of Attic tragedy. — The Alkestis. — The
Medea. — The Hippolytos. — Epilogue.
Evans, Robert Harding.

Six letters of Publicola [pseud.], on the liberty of the subject, and
the privileges of the House of Commons. Originally published
in the Times; and now collected, with notes and additional proofs.
London. Budd. 1810. 91, (i) pp. ♦♦T.96.259

Three letters on the expediency of a reform in Parliament. Ad-
dressed to the Hon. Thomas Brand, M.P. London. Budd. 181 1.
(3), 38, (I) pp. ♦♦T.96.260

Examen, An, of the new comedy, call'd The suspicious husband. With
some observations upon our dramatick poetry and authors.
Added, a word of advice to Mr. G..rr..ck; and a piece of secret
history. London: Printed for J. Roberts. 1747. 56 pp.

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Pagan, James Bernard.

The prayer of the sword. A play in five acts. [London.] Johnson.
1904. (i), 116 pp. ♦♦T.36.I9

Faguet, Auguste femile.

Les grands maitres du dix-septieme siecle. fitudes litteraires et
dramatiques. Paris. Lccene & Oudin. 1885. 281, (i) pp. Par-
traits. **T.97.245
Contents, — Comcille. — Moliire. — Racine. — La Fontaine. — Boileao. —
Pascal. — La Rochefoucauld. — La Bruyirc. — Bosstiet. — Fenelon. • — Mme
de Sevign6. — Mme dc Maintenon. — Saint-Simon.

Fairholt, Frederick William.

Gog and Magog. The giants in Guildhall; their real and legendary
history. With an account of other civic giants, at home and
abroad. London. Hotten. 1859. xii, 152 pp. lUus. Plates.

»*T.98.6o
The Grimaldi Shakspere. Notes and emendations on the plays of
Shakspere, from a recently-discovered, annotated copy by the late
Joseph Grimaldi. [Anon.] London. Smith. 1853. i^ PP- Dia-
gram. Autograph facsimiles. ♦♦T.96.167

A squib ridiculing the Collier-folio emendations.

Shakespeare's home; visited and described by Washington Irving
and F. W. Fairholt; with a letter from Stratford by J. F. Sabin;
and the complete prose works of Shakespeare. With etching^ by
J. F. and W. W. Sabin. New York. Sabin. 1877. (5), 80, (6) pp.
Portrait. Plates. ♦♦T.57.76

This work contains only a few quotations from Washington Irving.

Fameuse comedienne, La, ou histoire de la Guerin, auparavant femme
et veuve de Moliere. Reimpression conforme i Tedition de Franc-
fort 1688, suivie des variants des autres editions et accompagn6e
d'une preface et de notes par Jules Bonnassies. Paris. Barraud.
1870. xxviii, (i), 73 PP. Portraits. **T.57433

Contains a reproduction of the title-page of the edition of 1688.

Famous history, The, of Valentine and Orson, or, the wild man of
Orleans. An account of all the wonderful adventures and surpris-
ing atchievements of these two valiant brothers. With the affect-
ing distresses of their unfortunate mother, the fair Bellisant,
Empress of Constantinople. London. Hughes. [1807?] 50 pp.
Illus. Colored plate. ♦♦T.gS.io

Farley, Charles.

[Harlequin and Fortunio.] The new pantomime of Harlequin and
Fortunio; or, Shing-Moo and Thun-Ton; with a sketch of the
story; as first performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden,
December 26, 181 5. London. Miller. 1815. 17 pp. ♦♦T.3643
[Harlequin and the magick rose.] Songs, chorusses, &c., in the new
grand and comick pantomime, called Harlequin and the magick
rose; or, beauty and the beast. First performed at the Theatre
Royal, Covent Garden, December 26th, 1825. London. Miller.
1825. 16 pp. ♦*T.36.a6

Words only.

Fanner, Richard.

An essay on the learning of Shakespeare: addressed to Joseph
Cradock. Cambridge: Printed by J. Archdeacon for W. Thurl-
bourn & J. Woodyer. 1767. (3)1 5o pp. ♦♦T.96.98

The baatard title is missing.

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Farquhar, George.

Dramatic works. Edited, with life and notes, by Alex. Charles
Ewald. London. Nimmo. 1892. 2 v. ♦♦T.35.21

Contents. — 1. George Farquhar. — Love and a bottle. — The constant couple:



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