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Author of Love in a village
Author of The maid of the mill
Bickerstaff, Isaac John
Bickerstaffe, Isaac John
Isaac Bickerstaff (auteur dramatique, officier de marine)
Isaac Bickerstaffe (Irish playwright and librettist)
Arne, Thomas Augustine (1710-1778)
Bell, John (Londen)
Cawthorn, George (Londen)
Cibber, Colley (1671-1757)
Dibdin, Charles (1745-1814)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Johnston, John fl.17--
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Saint-Foix, Germain-François Poullain (1698-1776)
Webbs, E. F.
Amphitryon; or, the two Socias
Bell's British theatre. : Consisting of the most esteemed English plays
careless husband. A comedy
Chefs-d'oeuvre des théâtres étrangers
Cymon. A dramatic romance
Daphne and Amintor.
Doctor Last in his chariot.
Engelsche Candide. Of De verbazende leevensgevallen van Ambrozius Gwinett., De
escondido y la trapada
He would if he could, or, An old fool worse than any : a burletta, in two acts as performed at the Drury-Lane Theatre
Let not hope deceive you
Leucothoe. A dramatic poem.
Life and strange unparallel'd and unheard-of voyages and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett
Lionel and Clarissa. Come then all ye social powers.
Lionel and Clarissa. Come then pining peevish lover.
Lionel and Clarissa. Immortal powers protect me.
Lionel and Clarissa. Oh talk not to me.
Lionel and Clarissa. When a man of fashion condescends.
Love in a village. Hence with cares.
Love in a village. How happy were my days.
Love in a village. In infancy our hopes and fears.
Love in a village. Selections.
Love in a village. When a man of fashion.
Love in the city.
Maid of the mill
My Dolly was the fairest
My hearts my own
My passion in vain
padlock, The : a comic opera, as it is perform'd by His Majesty's servants, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
plain dealer. A comedy., The
revenge. A tragedy
romp; a musical entertainment, in two acts., The
Rule a wife and have a wife
Such riot and romping
sultan: or, a peep into the seraglio. A comedy in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Crow-Street., The
There was a jolly miller once
Thomas and Sally. Echoing horn.
Thomas and Sally. My true love is gone to sea.
Thomas and Sally. Tom's return.
Tis well its no worse.
To tell you the truth (Dibdin)
We women like poor Indians
Well come let us hear
When we see a lover languish
wonder a woman keeps a secret!