Early American Plays, 1714-1830: A Compilation of the Titles of Plays and Dramatic Poems Written by Authors Born in Or Residing in North America Previous to 1830

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Literary Collector Press, 1905 - American drama - 84 pages
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Page 71 - Adelaide of Wulfingen. A tragedy in four acts. (Exemplifying the barbarity which prevailed during the thirteenth century.) From the German of Kotzebue. New- York: Printed for Charles Smith and S. Stephens, 1800. 67 p.
Page 13 - Federalism triumphant in the steady habits of Connecticut alone ; or, The turnpike road to a fortune. A comic opera or political farce in six acts. As performed at the Theatres Royal and Aristocratic at Hartford and New Haven, October, 1801.
Page 60 - He told the best story, rounded the best sentence, and wrote the best play of all his contemporaries. . . . As editor, critic, and author, he was looked up to as an oracle.
Page 69 - As performed at the new theatres, in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Philadelphia. Printed for the author by Wrigley and Berriman, No.
Page 37 - AN EXERCISE, CONTAINING A DIALOGUE AND ODE ON PEACE. Performed at the Public Commencement in the College of Philadelphia, May 17th, 1763. Philadelphia: Printed by Andrew Stewart, 1763.
Page 9 - THE BATTLE OF BROOKLYN. A Farce in Two Acts, as it was performed on Long Island on Tuesday, the 27th day of August, 1776, by the Representatives of the Tyrants of America assembled at Philadelphia. [6 lines of poetry] New York: Printed for J Rivington, in the Year of the Rebellion, 1776.
Page 26 - The conquest of Canada; or, The siege of Quebec. An historical tragedy of five acts. London. Printed for the author and sold by J.
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Page 33 - Almanach fur 1806. Leipzig. 1805. 170. [Zschokke, JHD] Abaellino, the Great Bandit. A grand dramatic romance, in five acts. Translated from the German, and adapted to the New- York Theatre, by William Dunlap, Esq. Fourth edition — copyright secured.
Page 16 - Sans souci, alias Free and easy; or, An evening's peep into a polite circle.

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