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Home, John (Mr)
Home, John (Rev. Mr)
Home, John (sac)
Hume, John (Mr)
Hume, John (Rev. Mr)
John Home (Minister of religion and dramatist)
John Home (toneelschrijver uit Schotland (1722-1808))
Caslon, Thomas (172.?-1783)
Cawthorn, George (Londen)
Dix, E. R. McC. (1857-1936)
Dix, Ernest Reginald McClintock (1857-1936)
Fletcher, John (1579-1625))
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Inchbald, Elizabeth Simpson
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Norton, David Fate
Presbytery, Reverend (of Edinburgh.)
Rowe, Nicholas (1674-1718)
Thomson, James (1700-1748)
Tunney, Hubert J.
Wenman, Joseph (17..-1790))
高村, 忠明 (1944-)
Alarm to the housholders and heritors of the city of Edinburgh in copies of proposals sent off by some in the city, for procuring an Act of Parliament, to impose a poors-rate thereon : and of a letter by one of the said housholders and heritors, to a friend at London, containing observations upon, and objections against, said proposals.
Bell's British theatre
caffé, ou, L'Ecossaise, 1760:, Le
Chefs-d'œuvre du théâtre anglais. Tome III. John Home, Isaac Bickerstaff, Beaumont et Fletcher, Burgoyne.
Diary of a journey from Morpeth to Bath.
Douglas a tragedy,... adapt. for theatrical representation,... [Edinburgh, December, 1756]
Douglas : a tragedy. As it is acted at the theatres in Great Britain and Ireland. By the Rev. Mr. Hume. ...
Douglas : A tragedy. By John Home. As performed at the Theatres Royal of London and Edinburgh.
Douglas. A tragedy, by Mr. Home. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden
fair penitent. A tragedy.
fatal Discovery. A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre. Royal in Drury-Lane
history of the rebellion in the year 1745. -, The
Jane Shore. A tragedy
John Home's Survey of Assynt
Letter from a gentleman in Edinburgh to a friend at London in relation to the proposals for establishing by law an equal and certain fund, for maintenance and support of the begging poor, and out-pensioners of the city of Edinburgh.
On Friday Evening, the 8th of August, 1783, will be presented the celebrated Tragedy of Douglas : Douglas, Captain Nugent...and, Lady Randolph, Mrs. R. Martin : To which will be added a Farce call'd All The World's Stage : Sir Gilbert Pumpkin, Colonel Martin...and, Miss Bridget Pumkin, Mrs. R. Martin...: To begin at precisely Seven o'clock.
Plays. -, The
Roman father. A tragedy
Select views in Mysore, the country of Tippoo Sultan. -
Siege of Aquileia
works of John Home, Esq.