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RUSDEN, GEORGE WILLIAM, " Yittadairn." Moyarra; an Aus-
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RUSSELL, ALEXANDER, dean of Adelaide. The seeker, and other
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Voices of doubt; Australian scenes, and other poems, izmo.
RUSSELL, Mrs. H. E. The federation of Australia; a poem.
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RYAN, J. S., " Narranghi Boori." " Splinters on the wall,"
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S., J. H. Some old memories of the Field naturalists' club. pp.
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SADLER, JAMES. Lyrics and rhymes. i2mo. Adel., 1890.
SANDERS, BENJAMIN STUART. Autumn leaves and Christmas
joys. pp. 62, i2mo. Adel., 1891.
SANDES, JOHN, "Oriel." Ballads of battle. pp. 35, 8vo.
Pam., v. 152, no. 2954.
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SHANAHAN, PATRICK. The exile; a poem. pp. 18, 8vo. Melb.,
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AUSTRALIAN POETRY. 457
SIMCOX, HOWARD. Outward bound; a poem, &c. -pp. 96, 3rd
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SLADEN, DOUGLAS BROOKE WHEELTON. Australian lyrics, &c.
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Frithjof and Ingebjorg, and other poems. 8vo. Lond., 1882.
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SMILLIE, J. Original poems, pp. 24, 8vo. Adel., 1890.
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STANI FORTH, Mrs. AMY SUSANNA. Australia, and other poms.
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STEEL, H. PEDEN. A crown of wattle, pp. 63. i2mo. Syd.,
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458 AUSTRALIAN POETRY.
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STEVENS, BERTRAM, ed. Anthology of Australian verse. 8vo.
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'STEWART, P. Australian tales and verses, and the poem Scot-
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SUFF.IELD, THOMAS. Thro' prison bars; songs of servitude.
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TOMPSON, CHARLES. Wild notes from the lyre of a native
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TULLY, MICHAEL J. Verses from a pocket-book, pp. 84, sm.
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UNION ; a plea for Australian federation [verse] in mejnory of Sir
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UROUHART. FREDERIC CHARLES. Camp canzonettes; being^
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WAKEFIELD, PERCY. Fair trade; prologue for the inauguration
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WALCH, GARNET. Head over heels; a Christmas book of fun
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WALKER, THOMAS. Bush pilgrims, and other poems. i2mo.
WALKER, WILLIAM. Poems, pp. 28, i2mo. Syd., 1884.
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Pam., v. 155, no. 2984.
WALLACE, 'RENA. A bush girl's songs. 8vo. Syd., 1905.
WARDLEY, EDWARD. Lectiones Tarbanse; or, tall talk from
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WATSON, Rev. MICHAEL. Australian sonnets and lyrics, pp.
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Pam., v. 133, no. 2553.
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'WAYFARER, pseud. Pen and pencil in Collins Street: illust.
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WEBBER, CLARA. Flotsam and jetsam; stray verses and .sketches :
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WENTWORTH, PAUL. Amos Thorne, and other poems, pp.
83, i2mo. Melb., 1870.
WENTWORTH, WILLIAM CHARLES. Australasia; a poem written
for the Chancellor's medal, at the Cambridge commencement,
July, 1823. pp. 36, i2mo. Lond., 1873.
WEST, ALBERT E. Tasmania, queen of southern isles. pp. 57,
i2mo. Syd., 1887.
WETHERSPOON, JOHN. Warblings from the bush. izmo.
WHALAN, ADA. Fragments in prose and verse, pp. 92, 2nd ed.,
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WHITE, HARRY J. Australia; Old associations; The bush; and
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Fireside and camp fire; song and story. 8vo. Adel.. 1894.
Homeland and outland ; song and story. 8vo. Adel., 1908.
Recreations of toil : ed. by J. Nicholson, pp. 52, 8vo. Port
Pam., v. 133, no. 2573.
WHIT EM AN, JOHN. Sparks and sounds from a colonial anvil.
8vo. Melb., 1873.
WHITNEY, W. M. When winds awake: illust. pp. 67, 8vo.
400 AUSTRALIAN POETEY : DRAMA.
WILSON, FREDERICK SYDNEY. Australian songs and poems. 8vo.
WINTLE, S. H. Fragments of fern fronds. -pp. 51, lamo.
Hobart Town, 1870.
WOOD, GEORGE. Loyalty in Sydney as demonstrated on the mar-
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Pam., \. 110, no. 2049.
WOODWARD, ARTHUR T. Songs from a studio. sq. i2mo.
WOOLLEY, SIGISMUND. A spray of gum leaves, pp. 38, 8vo.
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WOOLLS, WILLIAM. Lines written to commemorate the passing
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Pam., v. no, no. 2047.
WREN, JENNY, pseud. Leaves of love. pp. 57, 8vo. Syd.,
WRIGHT, HORACE. Victoria; in commemoration of the jubilee
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Pam., v. 31, no. 511.
YARRINGTON, Rev. WILLIAM HENRY HAZELL. Australian
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Calestia, and other Australian poems. 8vo. Lond., 1905.
University prize poem, and other verses, pp. 48, i2mo. West
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Pain., v. 132, no. 2544.
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AKHURST, W. M. Battle of Hastings; or, the Duke, the Earl,
the witch, the why and the wherefore : a historical bur-
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Pam., v. no. no. 2046.
AMBIENT, MARK. Oh, Susannah ! a farcical comedy in three
acts. pp. 74, 8vo. N.Y., 1904.
Pam., v. 153, no. 2961.
AUSTRALIA Felix; or, Sir Valiant Love. pp. 72, 8vo. Syd.,
Pam., v. 31. no. 521.
BAYER, L. " Federation "; opera in 2 acts. pp. 15, 8vo. Melb.,
Pam., v. 133, no. 2565.
Muutchaka; or, the last of his tribe: opera in 2 acts. pp.
16, 8vo. Melb, 1888.
Pam., v. 133, no. 2559.
BRERETON, JOHN LE GAY, jnr. To-morrow; a dramatic sketch
of the character and environment of Robert Greene, izmo.
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BURN, DAVID. Plays and fugitive pieces in verse. 2 v. in i,
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Contents. v. i. Queen's love. Regulus. De Rullecourt ; or Jersey
invaded. Loreda. Fancy's gathering of waifs and strays. v. 2. Our
first lieutenant. The three sisters of Devon. Blarney. Five days at
St. Salvador. The castaway's funeral. The " Phoebe."
CALDWELL, ROBERT. The philosopher; or, fragments of a
nineteenth century drama. 8vo. Adel., 1881.
CAPPER, RICHARD. Dramatic illustrations of ancient history, ar
ranged for representation on the stage. i2mo. Melb.,
Contents. Judith. Mummy-makers of Egypt. Eurynome. Cen-
theres. Eadburija. Babylon. Nimroud.
The mummy-makers of Egypt ; a comedy in five acts. -pp. 48,
i2mo. Melb., 1868.
Pam., v. 59, no. 963.
CARR, J. W. COMYNS. Tristram and Iseult ; a drama in four acts.
pp. 71, 8vo. Lond., 1906.
CHURCHILL, WINSTON. The title-mart ; a comedy. 8vo. N.Y.,
Note. This author, an American, must not be confused with Winston
D ARNLEY, JAMES HENRY. Facing the music ; an original farcical
comedy. 8vo. Lond., n.d.
Du MAURIER, GUY Louis BUSSON, major. An Englishman's
home: by a patriot: [4 illust.]. pp. 96, 8vo. Lond.,
FINNAMORE, JOHN. Carpio; a tragedy. 8vo. Melb., 1875.
FORSTER, WILLIAM. The brothers ; a drama : [appended,
Poems]. 8vo. Lond., 1877.
The weir wolf; a tragedy: [appended, Sonnets, &c.]. 8vo.
GILL, FRANCES TYRELL. Cleopatra, pp. 8, 8vo. Melb., 1892.
Pam.. v. 152. no. 2944.
GRATTAN, HARRY. Packing up; farce in one act. pp. 10, 8vo.
Pam., v. 153, no. 2959.
GWYNNE, A. M. A social experiment; a comedy, pp. 68, 8vo.
Pam., v. 153, no. 2962.
H., R. T. Under the shadow of dread; a drama. 8vo. Christ-
HANSON, THOMAS. Australian opera entitled Federation; written
by Thomas Hanson: composed by Thomas Hanson, son, and
daughters, pp. 48, 8vo. Melb., 1885.
Pam., v. 3, no. 60.
HARPUR, CHARLES. The bushrangers ; a play in five acts : and
other poems. 8vo. Syd., 1853.
HENLEY, WILLIAM ERNEST, and STEVENSON, ROBERT Louis.
Plays. 8vo. Lond., 1907.
Contents. Deacon Brodie. Robert Macaire. Beau Austin. Ad-
HEWLETT, MAURICE HENRY. The agonists; a trilogy of God and
man : Minos, king of Crete : Ariadne in Naxos : The death
of Hippolytus. 8vo. Lond., 1911.
HOARE, BENJAMIN. Polling day; or, wooed and won: a drama
of Australian political life. pp. 41, 8vo. Melh., 1883.
Pam., v. 6, no. 131.
HONEY, W. R. Glaucus ! a drama in three acts. pp. 38, 8vo.
Pam., v. 22, no. 387.
HOPKINS, FRANCIS R. C. Clay and porcelain ; a drama of the
present day. pp. 77, 8vo. Melb., 1875.
Pam., v. 153, no. 2960.
KEOGH, M. J. King Henry the ninth; or, the rival water sch-
a comedy of errors, pp. 40, 8vo. Syd., n.d.
Pam., v. 30, no. 502.
LAW, ARTHUR. The new boy ; a farcical play in three acts. 8vo.
MAGAREY, EDITH MAY. True love runs smoothly ; (a short
comedy), and, His last voyage; (a short story), pp. 63,
8vo. [Adel.], n.d.
MONCRIEFF, W. T. Van Diemen's Land ! an operatic drama, in
three acts. pp. 76, i2mo. Lond., n.d.
PATRICK, GARRET. True to the Southern cross, pp. 38, 8vo.
Pam., v. 134, no. 2582.
PHILLIPS, STEPHEN. Nero. 8vo. Lond., 1906.
Pietro of Siena; a drama, pp. 51, 8vo. Lond., 1910.
The sin of David. 8vo. Lond., 1904.
REAPING the whirlwind ; an Australian patriotic drama for Aus-
tralian people. 8vo. Syd., 1909.
RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM HAMILTON. Penthus ; an Australian
dramatic tragic tale. pp. 43, 8vo. Melb., 1887.
Same.- another copy.
Pam., v. 30, no. 497.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. The doctor's dilemma; Getting married;
and, The shewing-up of Blanco Posnet. 8vo. Lond., 1911.
John Bull's other island [with Preface for politicians], and
Major Barbara [with preface, First aid to critics], also, How
he lied to her husband. 8vo. Lond., 1907.
Man and superman ; a comedy and a philosophy : [with epistle
dedicatory to A. B. Walkley]. 8vo. Lond., 1903.
The philanderer; a topical comedy. 8vo. Lond., 1906.
SLADEN, DOUGLAS BROOKE WHEELTON. Edward the Black
prince; an epic drama, izmo. Lond., 1886.
SMITH, SPENCER THEYRE. A happy pair; an original comedietta.
pp. 22, 8vo. Lond., n.d.
Pam., v. 153, no. 2958.
SOUTER, DAVID HENRY. The grey kimona ; an operetta : music
by F. Wynne Jones, pp. 16, 8vo. Syd., 1902.
Pam., v. 133, no. 2567.
STEPHENS, JAMES BRUNTON. Fayette; or, bush revels: an
aboriginal Australian comic opera: composed by G. B. Allen.
pp. 47, 8vo. Brisb., 1892.
Pam., v. no. no. 2053.
STEPHENS, WILLIAM JOHN. The fatal ambition; being an
adaptation of Macbeth to the service of the young, pp. 55,
8vo. Syd., 1876.
SUPPE, FRANZ VON. Complete opera libretto of Fatinitza; a
comic opera: tr. by T. T. Barker and S. Baxter, pp. 56,
8vo. Syd., 1882.
Pam., v. 132, no. 2546.
SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES. The Duke of Gandia. 8vo.
SYNGE, JOHN MILLINGTON. Works: [portrs.]. 4 v., 8vo.
Contents. v. i. In the shadow of the glen; Riders to the sea; The
tinker's wedding; The well of the saints. v. 2. The play boy of the
western world; Deirdre of the sorrows; Poems; and, Translations,
v. 3. The Aran islands. v. 4. In Wicklow ; In west Kerry ; In the
congested districts ; and, Under ether.
UNDA, pseud. A dream of the past; or Valerian: a dramatic
poem. pp. 54, i2mo. Melb., 1874.
VANBRUGH, Sir JOHN. [Dramatic works]: ed. by W. C. Ward:
[portr.]. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1893.
WALCH, GARNET. Beauty and the beast; or, harlequin king
Glorio the millionth, the island of apes and the fairies of the
magic roses, -pp. 69, 8vo. Syd., 1875.
Pam., v. no, no. 2045.
WHITWORTH, ROBERT PERCY. Under the holly; a cantata:
music composed by James C. Fisher, pp. 15, 8vo. Syd.,
Pam., v. 133, no. 2570.
(b) Works on the Drama.
BRERETON, JOHN LE GAY, jnr. Elizabethan drama; notes and
studies. 8vo. Syd., 1909.
BREWER, F. C. The drama and music in New South Wales.
pp. 95, 8vo. Syd., 1892.
Pam., v. IQ, no. 363.
COLLIER, JOHN PAYNE. History of English dramatic poetry to
the time of Shakespeare, and annals of the stage to the
Restoration. 3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1831.
FLEAY, FREDERICK GARD. Biographical chronicle of the English
drama, 1559-1642. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1891.
GENEST, Rev. JOHN. Some account of the English stage from
the Restoration in 1660 to 1830. 10 v., 8vo. Bath.
SHAKESPEARE society. Publications. 48 v., 8vo. Lond.,
Memoirs of Edward Alleyn, founder of Dulwich college : by J. P.
The School of abuse : by Stephen Gosson : introd. [by J. P. Collier].
Ludus Coventrire ; a collection of mysteries : ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 1841.
The debate between Pride and Lowliness : by Francis Thynn : introd. and
notes by J. P. Collier. 1841.
Patient Grissil ; a comedy by Thomas Dekker, H. Chettle, and W.
Haughton : introd. and notes by J. P. Collier. 1841.
Extracts from the accounts of the revels at court in the reigns of Queen
Elizabeth and James I. : introd. and notes bv Peter Cunningham. 1842.
Notes of Ben Jonson's conversations with William Drummond of Haw-
thornden, January, 1619 : [ed. by D. Laing]. 1842.
The first sketch of Shakespeare's Merry wives of Windsor, 1602 : ed by
J. 0. Halliwell. 1842.
Fools and jesters; with a reprint of Robert Armin's Nest of ninnies, 1608 r
introd. and notes [by J. P. Collier]. 1842.
SHAKESPEARE society. Publications continued.
Timon; a play; now first printed : ed. by Alexander Dyce. 1842.
Pierce Penniless's supplication to the Devil : by Thomas Nash : introd.
and notes by J. P. Collier. 1842.
The first and second parts of King Edward IV. ; histories by Thomas
Heywood : introd. and notes by Barron Field. 1842.
Treatise against dicing, dancing, plays, and interludes, with other idle
pastimes : by John Northbrooke : introd. and notes [by J. P. Collier].
The first sketches of the second and third parts of King Henry the sixth :
ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 1843.
Oberon's vision in the Midsummer night's dream : by N. J. Halpin. 1843..
The Chester plays; a collection of mysteries founded upon Scriptural
subjects : ed. by T. Wright. 2 v. 1843-47.
The Alleyn papers : introd. by J. P. Collier. 1843.
Honour triumphant; and, A line of life; two tracts by John Forde. 1843.
Tarlton's Jests; and, News out of Purgatory : with notes by J. O. II. il-
The true tragedy of Richard the third ; to which is appended the Latin
play of Richardus tertius, by Dr. T. Legge : introd. and notes by
Barron Field. 1844.
The ghost of Richard the third ; a poem printed in 1614 : introd. and notes
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Sir Thomas More ; a play : ed. by A. Dyce. 1844.
The Shakespeare society's papers. 4 v. 1844-49.
The old Taming of a shrew, upon which Shakespeare founded his comedy.
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Shakespeare's play of King Henry the fourth : ed. by J. O. Halliwell.
The diary of Philip Henslowe from 1591 to 1609 : ed. by J. P. Collier.
The Fair maid of the Exchange; a comedy by Ihomas Heywood; and,
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William Rowley : ed. by Barron Field. 2 parts. 1846.
The marriage of wit and wisdom : ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 1846.
Memoirs of the principal actors in the plays of Shakespeare : by J. P.
Eight novels employed by English dramatic poets of the reign of Queen
Elizabeth : [ed. by J. P. Collier]. 1846.
Ralph Roister Doister, a comedy, by Nicholas Udall ; and, The tragedie
of Gorboduc, by T. Norton and T- Sackville : ed. by W. D. Cooper.
The moral play of wit and science, and early poetical miscellanies : ed.
by J. O. Halliwell. 1848.
Extracts from the registers of the Stationer's company of works entered
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trations by J. P. Collier. 2 v. 1848-49.
Inigo Jones; a life of the architect, by Peter Cunningham : Remarks on
some of his sketches for masques and dramas, by J. R. Planche" : and,
Five court masques, ed. from the original MSS. of Ben Jonson, John
Marston, &c., by J. Payne Collier : facsimiles of drawings by Inigo
Jones and j>ortr. by Vandyck. 1848.
The first and second parts of the Fair maid of the west; or, a girl worth
gold ; two comedies bv Thomas Heywood : introd. and notes by J. P.
The remarks of M. Karl Simrock on the plots of Shakespeare's plays :
notes and additions by J. O. Halliwell. 1850.
The Royal kin-,' and loyal subject: A woman killed with kindness; two
plays bv Thomas Heywood : introd. and notes by J. P. Collier. 1850.
Two historical plays (" If you know not me, you know nobody," parts i
and 2) on the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth, by Thomas Heywood :
introd. and notes by J. P. Collier. 1851.
The golden and silver ages; two plays by Thomas Heywood : introd. and
notes by J. P. Collier. 1851.
John a Kent and John a Cumber; a comedy, by Anthony Munday : introd.
and notes by J. P. Collier. 1851.
Notes and emendations to the text of Shakespeare's plays : ed. by J. P.
A defence of poetry, music, and s'age-plays (a reply to S. (iosson's
Schoole of abuse) ; by Thorr.as Lodge : to which are added, by the same
author, An alarum against usurers, and The history of Forbonius and
Prisceria : introd. and notes [by D. Laing]. 18^3.
.SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES. The age of Shakespeare.
8vo. Lond., 1908.
Contents. Christopher Marlowe. John Webster. Thomas Dekker.
John Marston. Thomas Middleton. William Rowley. Thomas Hey-
wood. George Chapman. Cyril Tourntur.
SYMONDS, JOHN ADDINGTON. Shakespeare's predecessors in the
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