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Reeve, William (Mr)
Braham, John (1774-1856)
Dibdin, Charles (1745-1814)
Dibdin, Thomas (1771-1841)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Mazzinghi, Joseph (1765-1844)
Reynolds, Frederick (1764-1841)
Reynolds, G. N.
Siddons, Henry (1774-1815)
Thurlow, Mary Catherine (1790-1830)
Wild, James (active 1803-1816.)
Ah! could my fault'ring tongue impart : a favorite song in Paul & Virginia as sung by Mrs. Creswell with universal applause
Bantry Bay. You're sadly mistaken
bee proffers honey but bears a sting a favorite ballad composed and arranged for the piano forte or harp, The
Brother and sister
Caravan. Castanet song
caravan, or, The driver and his dog., The : A grand serio comic romance, in two acts
Chains of the heart.
charity boy, the
corsairv (1814)*, the
council of ten, the
Don't be angry with Annette
Embarkation. Unmov'd I'll brave the stormy sea
Evening brush. Desponding negro
Evening brush. Frolicks of Queen Mab
Evening brush. Tomorrow
farmer's wife, the
Fire and spirit
Fortune may frown
Goody Two Shoes
Harlequin and Oberon. Land we live in
Harlequin Mungo; or, A peep into the Tower: a new pantomimical entertainment, in two acts: as performing at the Royalty Theatre ...
Heart at ease
jamie and anna
[Kais or Love in the deserts]
Law's two tails
Lord of the manor.
Magic minstrel. Call again to-morrow
Merry Sherwood. I am a friar of orders grey
narensky, or the road to yaroslaf
Oh, we merry little Spanish girls are ever free from woe
Old man of the mountains
Olympus in an uproar. Devil of a rake--O!
[Oscar and Malvina Ouvertüre
Out of place. Dulce domum
overture, favorite songs, duetts & choruses in the grand pantomime ballet of Oscar & Malvina, 179- :, The
Overture to the entertainment of Harlequin's almanack, 180-?:
Paul and Virginia.
Purse. Galley slave
Purse, or, benevolent tar a musical drama in one act
Purse. When a little merry he
Ramah Droog; a comic opera, in three acts.
red reaver, the
Red Riding Hood
Something so pleasing: a favorite song.
who's to have her?
Yet vainly her beauties does nature impart : a favorite song sung by Mrs. Atkins in the opera of Paul & Virginia