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Dunlap, W.
Dunlap, William
Dunlap, William (American dramatist, author, and painter, 1766-1839)
William Dunlap
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Barck, Dorothy C.
Caigniez, Louis-Charles (1762-1842)
Caigniez, M. (1762-1842)
Flexner, James Thomas (1908-2003)
Hodgkinson, John
John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
Kotzebue, August von (1761-1819))
Old American Company
Ten Eyck, Philip
Weiss, Rita
west benjamin
Adaptations of European plays
Andre, a tragedy in five acts
Archers, or, mountaineers of switzerland an opera in three acts to which is subjoined a brief historic account of switzerland, from the dissolution of the roman empire to the final establishment of the helvetic confederacy by the battle of sempach
Darby's return a comic sketch
Dramatic works of william dunlap
Early melodrama in America, 1994:
English and American stage, v. 20, 1809:, The
Falsche Scham.
False shame and thirty years. Two plays... d. by Oral Sumner Coad.
False shame, or, The American orphan in Germany
Father of an only child a comedy
Father or american shandyism a comedy
Fontainville abbey a tragedy
Four plays (1789-1812)
Glory of Columbia; her yeomanry! A play in five acts
History of New York, for schools
History of the American theatre
History of the New Netherlands, province of New York, and state of New York to the adoption of the federal Constitution
History of the rise and progress of the arts of design in the United States
Kind der Liebe., Das
Leicester, a tragedy as performed at the New-York theatre with the original cast
Life of charles brockden brown together with selections from the rarest of his printed works, from his original letters, and from his manuscripts before unpublished
Life of george fred. cooke (late of the theatre royal, covent garden) composed principally from journals and other authentic documents left by mr. cooke, and the personal knowledge of the author, comprising original anecdotes of his theatrical contemporaries, his opinions on various dramatic writings, &c
Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown, the American Novelist. -
Memoirs of George Fred. Cooke, esq. late of the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden
Narrative of his connection with the Old American company, from the fifth September 1792 to the thirty-first of March 1797, by John Hodgkinson, A
Narrative of the events which followed bonaparte's campaign in russia to the period of his dethronement
Pizarro in Peru, or, The death of Rolla : a play in five acts
Plays. Selections
self-interpreting Bible containing, the sacred text of the Old and New Testaments. Translated from the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. To which are annexed, marginal references and illustrations; an exact summary o the several books; a paraphrase on the most obscure or important parts; an analysis of the contents of each chapter; explanatory notes, and evangelical reflections. By the late Reverend John Brown, Minister of the Gospel at Haddington. [Four lines of Scripture texts]., The
Spanier in Peru.
Tell truth and shame the Devil
Thirty years ago or the memoirs of a water drinker
Trip to niagara or, travellers in america. a farce, in three acts
Voice of nature
Wife of two husbands a drama in five acts : interspersed with songs, choruses, music and dances
wild-goose chace a play, in four acts. With songs. From the German of Augustus von Kotzebue. With notes marking the variations from the original, The
Wild-goose chase
Yankee chronology, or, Huzza for the Constitution! a musical interlude in one act : to which are added the patriotic songs of The freedom of the seas and Yankee tars