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ELEMENTS of DESCRIPTIVE and PRACTICAL ANATOMY: for the Use of Students. By Jones QUAIN, A.B. M.B. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, and one of the Lecturers on Anatomy in the Medical School, Aldersgatestreet. 8vo. 16s. boards.
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LIST OF PLAYS.
OXBERRYS - NEW ENGLISH DRAMA.”
See above, page 4.
N.B.—The Farces are distinguished by an (*) Asterisk.
Portrait. *60 Miser..
Mr. W. Farren. 1 A New Way to Pay Old Debts Mr. Kean. 2 Rivals Mrs. Davison. 61 Guy Mannering
Mr. Liston. 3 West Indian Mr. Johnstone. 62 Cymbeline
Mr. Farley. 4 Hypocrite Mr. Oxberry. *63 Lying Valet
Mr. Mathews. 5 Jealous Wife
Mr. J. Russell. 6 She Stoops to Conquer... Miss Brunton. 65 The Confederacy
Mrs. Orger. 7 Richard III.
Mr. H. Johnston. 8 Beggar's Opera Mr. Incledon. *67 Who's the Dupe
Mr. Bannister, 9 Wonder
68 Know Your own Mind Mr. Palmer, 10 Duenna Mr. T. Cooke. 69 Macbeth
Mr. Macready. 11 Alexander the Great........ Mr. Egerton. *70 Tobacconist
Mr. Garrick. 12 Lionel and Clarissa Mr. Dowton. *71 Midnight Hour...
Mr. Lewis. 13 Hamlet
72 The Grecian Daughter.... Mrs. Bartley. 14 Venice Preserved
Mr. Knight. 15 Is he Jealous ?...
Mr. Bartley. 16 Woodman's Hut.
75 Evadne; or, the Statue Mr. C. Kemble. 17 Love in a Village
*76 Review; or the Wags of Windsor Mr.Fawcett. 18 Way to Keep Him
77 Every Man in his Humour.. Mr. Oxberry. 19 Castle Spectre
Miss Mellon. 20 Maid of the Mill
Mr. Braham. *79 Love Laughs at Locksmiths Mr. G. Smith. 21 Clandestine Marriage Mr. W. Farren. *80 Follies of a Day
Mr. De Camp. 22 Soldier's Daughter
Mr. Liston, 23 Othello
Mrs. W. West. *82 High Life below Stairs Mr. Harley. 24 Distrest Mother Mr. Macready. 83 Julius Cæsar
Mr. Young. 25 Provoked Husband Mr. Emery. *84 Spoiled Child
Mrs. Baker. 26 Deaf and Dumb. Mrs. C. Kemble. 85 Man of the World
Mr. Cooper. 27 Busy Body..
Madame Vestris. 28 Belles' Stratagem
87 Every One has his Fault.... Mr. Johnson, 29 Romeo and Juliet Mr. C. Kemble. *88 Bon Ton
Mr. Emery. 30 Recruiting Officer
Mrs. Mardyn. 89 Two Gentlemen of Verona.. Miss Hallande, 31 Bold Stroke for a Wife... Mr. Bannister. 90 Tempest..
Miss M. Tree. 32 Road to Ruin..
Mr. Gattie. 33 Beaux' Stratagem
Mr. Suett. 34 As You Like it
Mr. Kemble. 35 King John Mr. C. Kemble. *94 Padlock
Mr. Pearman. 36 Country Girl Mr. Russell. *95 The Wedding Day
Mr. Terry. 37 Jane Shore
Mr. Cooper. *38 Critic
Mr. Fitzwilliam. 39 Coriolanus
Mr. Macready. *40 Rosina
Mr. Blanchard. 41 Suspicious Husband
Mrs. Egerton. *100 Sylvester Daggerwood Mr. Reeve. *42 Honest Thieves
Mr. Dowton. 101 Much Ado about Nothing Miss Chester,
102 The Gamester *43 Mayor of Garratt
Mr. Cooke. Mr. Wewitzer. 103 Rich and Poor 44 Merry Wives of Windsor
Mr. Horn. 45 Stranger
Mrs. Siddons. 104 The Chapter of Accidents Mr. Liston. *46 Three Weeks after Marriage.. Mrs. Faucit.
105 The Wood Dæmon ........
Miss Kelly. 47 King Lear Mrs. W. West. 106 King Henry VIII.
Mrs. Siddons, 48 Inconstant
Mr. De Camp.
Mrs. Bunn. *49 Shipwreck
Mrs. Bunn. *50 Rugantino Mr. Wallack. 109 Pizarro
Mr. Kemble. 51 Wild Oats Mr. Knight. 110 Trip to Scarborough
Mr. Browne. 52 Rule a Wife and Have a Wife Mrs. Glover. *111 The Devil to Pay.
Mrs. Jordan. *53 Magpie..
Mr. Jones. *54 Quaker.... Mr. Incledon. 113 Tamerlane....
Mr. Macready. 55 Merchant of Venice
Mrs. Crouch. 56 Wheel of Fortune Mr. Kemble. *115 Love à la-mode
Mr. Johnstone. 57 Rob Roy
116 A Roland for an Oliver Miss Foote. *58 Citizen.. Mrs. Davison. 117 Bertram...
Mr. Pope. *59 Deserter
Mr. Wilkinson. 118 Artaxerxes................ Miss Love.
OXBERRY'S OLD ENGLISH DRAMA,
UNIFORM WITH THE ABOVE ;
vis. The Jew of Malta. Edward the Second. Dr. Faustus. Lust's Dominion, The Massacre at Paris, Tamburlaine the Great, in Two Parts.