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B, D. of
B, Duke of Buckingham
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Buckingham, George V. of
Buckingham, George Villiers
Buckingham, George Villiers (2d Duke of)
Buckingham, George Villiers (2nd Duke of)
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Person of honour
Villers, George
Villiers, George
Villiers, George (Duke of Buckingham)
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1628-1687
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Arber, Edward (1836-1912)
Beaumont, Francis (1584-1616)
Company of Booksellers (London)
Fletcher, John (1579-1625)
Hume, Robert D. (1944-)
Hume, Robert David (1944-)
Johnson, Thomas ('s-Gravenhage)
Kirsop, Wallace
Love, Harold
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Sprat, Thomas (vesc. di Rochester, 1635-1713)
Villiers, Francis (1629-1648; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Yale University, June 1949
Titles: 
Albina, Countess Raimond
antithelemite, 1685:, The
Aurenge-Zebe, or, the great-mogul
Bell's British theatre. : Consisting of the most esteemed English plays..
Buckingham: public and private man : the prose, poems, and commonplace book of George Villiers, second Duke of Buckingham (1628-1687)
Buckingham, public and private man the prose, poems and commonplace books of George Villiers, second duke of Buckingham, 1628-1687
Busirus, King of Egypt
catalogue of the curious collection of pictures of George Villiers, duke of Buckingham., A
chances, a comedy: as it is acted at the Theater Royal. By his Grace the Duke of Buckingham, author of the Rehearsal., The
Chances, a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-royal [as altered from Beaumont and Fletcher], by His Grace the Duke of Buckingham,..., The
Chances. A comedy. By David Garrick, Esq. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, The
Chances, a comedy, first written by Beaumont and Fletcher, since altered and very much improved by the duke of Buckingham,..., The
Chances. A comedy. With alterations. A new edition, The
chances, The : a comedy with alterations.
Chorus poetarum. -
collection of the best English plays, chosen out of all the best authors.., A
committee
conference between His Grace, George, Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitzgerald, an Irish priest Whom the late King James, sent to His Grace in his sickness, to endeavour to pervert him to the Popish persuasion., A
conference between His Grace George, late Duke of Buckingham, and an Irish priest, whom King James II. sent to His Grace in his sickness, to endeavour to convert him to the popish perswasion. Faithfully taken by his secretary, A
Conference on the doctrine of transubstantiation
country gentleman, The : a "lost" play and its background
Duke of Buckingham's speech in a late conference. -, The
Duke of Buckingham's speech spoken in the House of Lords. -, The
epitaph upon Thomas late Lord Fairfax. - [1680?], An
Familiar letters ...
genuine works of His Grace George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham., The
letter to Sir Thomas Osborn, one of His Majesties privy council, upon the reading of a book, called, "The present interest of England stated", A
man of mode, or, Sr. Fopling Flutter
mourning bride
Oroonoko
Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Plays, poems, and miscellaneous writings associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham
Poetical reflections on ... Absalom. -
rehearsal a comedy,... adapt. for theatrical representation [1671]... to which is added a key, or critical view of the authors, and their writings, exposed in this play, The
Rehearsal, a comedy written by George Villers, late duke of Buckingham, to expose some plays then in vogue, and their authors..., The
rehearsal A comedy. Written by His Grace, George Late Duke of Buckingham. To expose some plays then in Vogue, and their authors. With a key and remarks, necessary to illustrate the most material passages, of his piece, and to point out the authors and writings here exposed., The
rehearsal A comedy. Written by His Grace, George, Late Duke of Buckingham. To expose some plays then in Vogue, and their authors. With a key and remarks, necessary to illustrate the most material passages, of this piece, and to point out the authors and writings here exposed., The
rehearsal, as it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal By George late Duke of Buckingham. The fifteenth edition. To which is added a key, or critical view of the authors, and their writings, exposed in this play., The
rehearsal As it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal. Written by His Grace George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. The sixteenth edition. With a key and remarks, necessary to illustrate the most material passages of this piece, and to point out the authors and writings here exposed., The
Rehearsal, as it was acted at the Theatre-Royal, The
rehearsal, as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, to which is added a key, or critical view of the authors, and their writings exposed in this play, by S. Briscoe, 1704; and Richard Brinsley Sheridan: The critic; or A tragedy rehearsed, a dramatic piece in three acts as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane., The
rehearsal First acted 7 Dec. 1671. Publ. [? July] 1672, The
rehearsal. First acted 7 Dec. 1671. Published ? July 1672. With illustrations from previous plays, etc. ..., The
Rehearsal, first acted 7. December 1671, published 1672. Mit Einleitung herausgegeben von Felix Lindner, George Villiers, second duke of Buckingham. The
rehearsal, The : a comedy, to expose some plays then in vogue & their authors, with a key
rehearsal, The : first acted 7 Dec. 1671, publ. 1672
rehearsal, The : first acted 7 Dec. 1671, published (? July) 1672
Rehearsal, The : first acted 7. December 1671, published 1672
Rehearsal, with a key or critical view of the authors and their writings exposed in this play... The seventh edition... with the new occasional prologue written by Paul Whitehead,... on opening Covent Garden theatre, september the 14th, 1767, The
restauration;, The
select collection of the best modern English plays., A
Selected dramas of John Dryden; with The rehearsal
she-gallants
She wou'd if she cou'd
short character of Charles II., king of England., A
Short discourse upon the reasonableness of men's having a religion, or Worship of God, by George, Duke of Buckingham, A
Sur // Les opera. // a m. le Duc // de Buckingham
Traité de la raison humaine [par Georges Duc de Buckingham], trad. de l'angl. et augmenté d'une préface qui contient plusieurs authoritez justificatives des sentimens de l'auteur. 2e Edit. revue et corrigée
Two plays written by his Grace George late Duke of Buckingham: viz. I. The rehearsal. ... and, II. The chances. ... Corrected from the errors of former editions.
unhappy favourite: or, The earl of Essex
Venice preserv'd; or, a plot discover'd
Vertue betray'd, or Anna Bullen
Works.
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Typescript
Drama 140 production (historical) May 10, 13, 1949, Experimental Theatre
Text: The rehearsal, 3d ed., in MacMillan, D. and Jones, H. M., eds. Plays of the restoration and eighteenth century. New York, H. Holt, 1931
Includes music
Producer's thesis (M.F.A.)--Yale University, June 1949
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