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Author of The weesils
D, T.
D, Thomas D'Urfey
D'Urfey, T.
D'Urfey, Thomas
D'Urfrey, Mr
D'Urfrey, Thomas
D'Urfrey, Thomas (Mr)
D'Urphy, Mr
D'Urphy, Thomas
D'Urphy, Thomas (Mr)
Durfey, Mr
Durfey, Thomas
Durfey, Thomas (Mr)
Durfey, Tom
Durffey, Mr
Durffey, Thomas
Durffey, Thomas (Mr)
Gabriel John
John, Gabriel
T. D ([a])
T. D, Thomas D'Urfey
Thomas D’Urfey
Thomas d'Urfey (auteur de mélodrames, farces, contes et chansons)
Thomas d'Urfey (britisk komponist)
Thomas d'Urfey (Brits componist (1653-1723))
Thomas d'Urfey (brittisk kompositör)
Thomas D'Urfey (drammaturgo e poeta britannico)
Thomas d'Urfey (English writer and wit)
Urfey, Thomas D'
Weesils, Author of the
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Appleton, William Worthen (1915- ))
Briscoe, Samuel
Eccles, John -1735
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Krutch, Joseph Wood (1893-1970)
Playford, Henry (b. 1657))
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Saydisc Records
Wellington, Richard
As oyster nan stood (2 min 49 s)
banditti, 1686:, The
burn, I burn, I
burn, my brain consumes to ashes, I
Bussy D'Ambois, or The husbands revenge.
campaigners, or, The pleasant adventures at Brussels, The : A comedy· With a familiar preface upon a late reformer of the stage. Ending with a satyrical fable of the dog and the ottor
Collin's walk through London and Westminister, 1690:
Common-wealth of women
Cynthia and Endymion
dame of honour or, hospitality., The
Debauch'd hypocrite
description of the jubilee, 1700?:, A
Do not rumple my top-knot (1 min 17 s)
Don Quixote
Essay towards the theory of the ideal or intelligible world
excellent new song on the authentic letter of Marshal Bouffler's to the French king, 1710:, An
famous history of the rise and fall of Massaniello ..., The
Fond husband, or the Plotting sisters, a comedy... written by Tho. Durfey,...
hate a fop that at his glass (1 min 43 s), I
How vile are the sordid intrigues of the town (2 min 02 s)
injured princess, or The fatal wager, The : as it was acted at the Theater-Royal, by His Majesties servants.
Love for money, or, The boarding school, 1691:
Madam Fickle
Marriage-Hater Matched, The
moralist, 1691:, The
moralist, or, A satyr upon the sects, The : shewing some disputing passages by way of dialogue, between a well-principles lay-man, and a Professor of theology : with reflections upon some modern writings and actions, particularly the late absonding of a certain B----
My thing is my own : Bawdy songs of D'urfey
New opera's with comical stories, and poems, on several occasions, never before printed. Being the remaining pieces, written by Mr. D'Urfey.
Now listen a while , and I will tell (5 min 25 s)
Poems. Selections
Poor Celia once was very fair (2 min 03 s)
Preface to The campaigners (1698) and Preface to the translation of Bossuet's Maxims and reflections upon plays (1699)
Richmond heiress
Royalist. Prologue
royalist, The : A comedy; as it is acted at the Duke's theatre
Sancho turn'd governor
Sherbert, G.H. Menippean satire and the poetics of wit, c1996.
Sir Barnaby Whigg
Soldier and a sailor, a tinker and a taylor (2 min 34 s)
Sometimes I am a tapster new (3 min 14 s)
song, A
songs of Thomas D'Urfey, The
Stories moral and comical, 1706:
Tales tragical and comical Viz. Abradatus and Panthea, ... The broken commands, ... From the prose of some famous antique Italian, Spanish, and French authors. Done into several sorts of English verse, with large additions and improvements. By Tho. D'Urfey, Gent.
Then jockey wou'd a wooing away (4 min 08 s)
There was an old woman liv'd under a hill (2 min 46 s)
Trick for trick
Two comedies
virtuous wife
Weep all te nymphs, your floods unbind (2 min 17 s)
weesils. A satyrical fable: giving an account of some argumental passages happening in the Lion's Court about Weesilion's taking the oaths., The
Western lass
When for air I take my mare (2 min 21 s)
Winter settings.
Wit and mirth. [from old catalog]
Wit and mirth: or, pills to purge melancholy
Witty false one
Wonders in the sun; or, The kingdom of the birds (1706)
Ye nymphs and sylvan gods
Ye rosy fac'd sons of the rich purple juce