Other Title
Literary and graphical illustrations of Shakspeare and the British drama
Publisher
London: Charles Tilt
Date
1833
Description of Original
xvi, 204 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Format
Text
Language
English

  1. A midsummer night's dream (Harvey, del.; Brandon & Wright, sc.)
  2. [Title Page]
  3. Table of contents
  4. Historical view of the origin and improvement of the English stage
  5. Literary and graphical illustrations of Shakespeare and the British drama
  6. The tempest: a play, by William Shakespeare
  7. The two gentlemen of Verona: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  8. The merry wives of Windsor: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  9. Measure for measure: a play, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  10. The comedy of errors: by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  11. Much ado about nothing: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  12. Love's labour's lost: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  13. A midsummer night's dream: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  14. The merchant of Venice: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  15. As you like it: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  16. The taming of the shrew: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  17. All's well that ends well: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  18. Twelfth-night; or, what you will: a comedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  19. The winter's tale: a play, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  20. King John: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  21. King Richard the Second: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  22. King Henry the Fourth--the first part: An historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  23. King Henry the Fourth--the second part: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  24. King Henry the Fifth: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  25. King Henry the Sixth--part the first: an historical tragedy, ascribed to William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  26. King Henry the Sixth--part the second: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  27. King Henry the Sixth--part the third: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  28. King Richard the Third: an historical tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  29. King Henry the Eighth: an historical play, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  30. Troilus and Cressida: a play, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  31. Coriolanus: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  32. Titus Andronicus: a tragedy, ascribed to William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  33. Romeo and Juliet: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  34. Timon of Athens: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  35. Julius Cæsar: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  36. Macbeth: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  37. Hamlet, prince of Denmark: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  38. King Lear: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  39. Othello, the Moor of Venice: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  40. Antony and Cleopatra: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  41. Cymbeline: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  42. Pericles, Prince of Tyre: a tragedy, by William Shakspeare [Shakespeare]
  43. A new way to pay old debts: a comedy, by Philip Massinger
  44. The orphan, or, The unhappy marriage: a tragedy, by Thomas Otway
  45. Venice preserved; or, A plot discovered: a tragedy, by Thomas Otway
  46. Oroonoko: a tragedy, by Thomas Southerne
  47. The inconstant; or, The way to win him: a comedy, by George Farquhar
  48. The fair penitent: a tragedy, by Nicholas Rowe
  49. The beaux' stratagem: a comedy, by George Farquhar
  50. Cato: a tragedy, by Joseph Addison
  51. Jane Shore: a tragedy, by Nicholas Rowe
  52. The wonder! a woman keeps a secret! a comedy, by Susanna Centlivre
  53. A bold stroke for a wife: a comedy, by Susanna Centlivre
  54. The revenge: a tragedy, by the Rev. Edward Young, D.D.
  55. The beggars' opera: by John Gay
  56. Tom Thumb: a comic burlesque, altered from Henry Fielding
  57. George Barnwell: a tragedy, by George Lillo
  58. The devil to pay: a ballad-farce, altered from Charles Coffey
  59. The mock-doctor; or, The dumb lady cured: a farce, by Henry Fielding
  60. Fatal curiosity: a tragedy, by George Lillo
  61. Gustavus Vasa; the deliverer of his country: a tragedy, by Henry Brooke
  62. The lying valet: a farce, by David Garrick
  63. Miss in her teens: a farce, by David Garrick
  64. The suspicious husband: a comedy, by Benjamin Hoadly, M.D.
  65. The gamester: a tragedy, by Edward Moore
  66. Barbarossa: a tragedy, by the Rev. John Brown, D.D.
  67. The apprentice: a farce, by Arthur Murphy
  68. Douglas: a tragedy, by the Rev. John Home
  69. Isabella; or, the fatal marriage: a tragedy, altered from Southerne by David Garrick
  70. The guardian: a comedy, by David Garrick
  71. High life below stairs: a farce, by the Rev. James Townley
  72. Love a la mode: a farce, by Charles Macklin
  73. The jealous wife: a comedy, by George Colman the elder
  74. The liar: a comedy, by Samuel Foote
  75. Love in a village: a ballad-opera, by Isaac Bickerstaffe
  76. The mayor of Garratt: a comedy, by Samuel Foote
  77. The deuce is in him: a farce, by George Colman, the elder
  78. Midas: an English burletta, by Kane O'Hara
  79. The clandestine marriage: a comedy, by George Colman the Elder, and David Garrick
  80. The country girl: a comedy, altered from Wycherley by David Garrick
  81. Lionel and Clarissa: a comic opera, by Isaac Bickerstaffe
  82. The padlock: a comic opera, by Isaac Bickerstaffe
  83. The hypocrite: a comedy, by Isaac Bickerstaffe
  84. The West Indian: a comedy, by Richard Cumberland
  85. The Grecian daughter: a tragedy, by Arthur Murphy
  86. The Irish widow: a farce, by David Garrick
  87. She stoops to conquer; or, The mistakes of a night: a comedy, by Oliver Goldsmith, M.D.
  88. Bon ton; or,High life above stairs: a farce, by David Garrick
  89. The rivals: a comedy, by the Right Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  90. Three weeks after marriage: a farce, by Arthur Murphy
  91. All the world's a stage: a farce, by Isaac Jackman
  92. The Quaker: a comic opera, by Charles Dibdin the elder
  93. Percy: a tragedy, by Hannah Moore
  94. Who's the dupe?: a farce, by Hannah Cowley
  95. The critic; or, a tragedy rehearsed: a comic drama, by the Right Hon. R.B. Sheridan
  96. The belle's stratagem: a comedy, by Hannah Cowley
  97. The man of the world: a comedy, by Charles Macklin
  98. Rosina: a pastoral opera, by Frances Brooke
  99. He would be a soldier!: a comedy, by Frederick Pilon
  100. The first floor: a farce, by James Cobb
  101. Inkle and Yarico: a comic opera, by George Colman, the younger
  102. Ways and means; or, A trip to Dover: a comedy, by George Colman, the younger
  103. The doctor and the apothecary: a musical farce, by James Cobb
  104. Arden of Faversham: a tragedy, by George Lillo, completed by Dr. Hoadly
  105. The honest thieves: a farce, from Sir Robert Howard, by Thomas Knight
  106. Fortune's frolic: a farce, by John Till Allingham
  107. [Figure]