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Colman, George (der Jüngere)
Colman, George (the Younger)
Colman the Younger, George
George Colman d.y (brittisk poet)
George Colman der Jüngere (englischer Schriftsteller)
George Colman le Jeune (écrivain britannique)
George Colman the Younger (Brits dichter (1762-1836))
George Colman the Younger (English dramatist and writer)
Колмен, Джордж Младший
Arnold, Samuel (1740-1802)
Arnold, Samuel (co-author)
Booth, Michael Richard (co-author)
Cadell, Thomas (II, Londen)
Colman, George the Elder (1732-1794)
Davies, William (Londen)
Dix, E. R. McC. (1857-1936)
Dix, Ernest Reginald McClintock (1857-1936)
Garrick, David (1717-1779))
George, Daniel (co-author)
How, Jeremiah (co-author)
Inchbald, Elizabeth (1753-1821)
Inchbald, Elizabeth (co-author)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Kelly, Michael (1762-1826)
Lake, J. W. (co-author)
Morton, Thomas (co-author)
O'Kelley, Francis J. (d. 1951)
Storace, Stephen (1762-1796)
Woodfall, Thomas (Londen)
Anacreon on himself
Antony and Cleopatra
battle of Hexham. A comedy., The
Battle of Hexham, or Days of old, a play in three acts..., The
Bell's British theatre
Blue beard [or Femal curiosity] a grand dramatic romance in 2 a.
Blue-Beard; or, Female curiosity! : A dramatick romance; ; First represented at the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane, on Tuesday January 16, 1798
Blue devils; a farce
Broad grins, by George Colman the younger, comprising, with new additional tales in verse, those formerly published under the title of My night-gown and slippers
Cumberland's British theatre. with remarks, biographical and critical, by D._G., printed from the acting copies as performed at the Theatres Royal, London.
dramatic works of George Colman the Younger, The : with an original life of the author
Dramatic Works of George Colman the younger, with an original life of the author, The
Eccentricities for Edinburgh
Elfrida, a dramatic poem : written on the model of the antient Greek tragedy
English plays of the nineteenth century...
family party; a comic piece, in two acts, as acted at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket., The
Gay deceivers, or, More laugh than love. Selections
heir at law, The : a comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Crow-Street, with universal applause. Written by George Colman, Esq.
How's book of British song illustrated by several distinguished artists with piano-forte accompaniments, and biographical and historical, notes by George Hogarth
Inkle and Yarico, an opera in three acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market, on Saturday August 11th 1787, written by George Colman,...
Iron chest, a play in three acts, written by George Colman the younger, first represented at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane, on Saturday, March 12, 1796. The fourth edition, The
iron chest, The : a play; in three acts. Written by George Colman, the younger. With a preface. First represented at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, on Saturday, 12th March, 1796.
James Cobb & others. Dramas
John Bull or The englishman's fireside, a comedy in 3 a.
John Bull or the Englishman's fireside a comedy in 5 a.
John Bull, or the Englishman's fireside, a comedy in five acts, by George Colman the younger, as performed at the Theatre royal, Covent Garden, with remarks by Mrs. Inchbald
Love laughs at locksmiths, a farce in two acts...
Mountaineers, a play, in three acts, by George Colman the younger, as performed at the Theatre royal, Haymarket, with remarks by Mrs. Inchbald, The
New hay at the old Market
Oh the moment was sad
Plays by George Colman the Younger and Thomas Morton
Poetical vagaries and Vagaries vindicated
Poor gentleman ; a comedy in five acts, by George Colman the younger, as performed at the Theatre royal, Covent Garden, with remarks by Mrs Inchbald, The
poor gentleman, The : a comedy in five acts
review or the Wags of Windsor a musical farce in 2 a, The
Review or the Wags of Windsor, a musique farce in two acts..., The
school for guardians
Songs, duetts, trios, &c. n [sic] Turk and no Turk; a musical comedy. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market
Surrender of Calais, a play in three acts, by George Colman the younger, as performed at the Theatre royal, Haymarket, with remarks by Mrs. Inchbald, The
Sylvester daggerwood an interlude in 1 a.
There is a chambermaid lives in the south
Tink a tink : a favorite duett as sung by Mr. Bannister, Junr. & Mrs. Bland, with tambourine accompaniment, in the romance of Blue Beard
tremble to think, I
Two to one.
way of the world
Ways and means, or a Trip to Dover, a comedy in three acts...
West-Indische Engelschman in London, De : blĳspel
X. Y. Z. A farce in 2 a.,...
X. Y. Z. A farce, in two acts