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Company of Booksellers (London)
Farquhar, George (ca1677-1707.)
Johnson, Thomas ('s-Gravenhage)
Racine, Jean (1639-1699)
Racine, Jean Baptiste (1639-1699)
Rowe, Nicholas (1674-1718)
Scheurleer Fz, Hendrik ('s-Gravenhage)
Segar, Mary Gertrude
Thornton, Robert John (1768-1837)
West, Gilbert (1703-1756)
神部, 孝 (1901-1938)
battle of Hastings. A tragedy
Bell's British theatre. : Consisting of the most esteemed English plays..
Briton. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's servants., The
Collection of old ballads. Corrected from the best and most ancient copies extant. With introductions historical and critical. Illustrated with copper plates. Vol. III, A
Collection of old ballads. Corrected from the best and most ancient copies extant. With introductions historical and critical. Illustrated with copper plates. Volume II, A
Collection of old ballads. Corrected from the best and most ancient copies extant. With introductions historical, critical, or humorous. Illustrated with copper plates. The second edition, A
collection of the best English plays, chosen out of all the best authors.., A
distress'd mother., The : A tragedy.
Distressed mother, a tragedy, in 5 acts, by Ambrose Philips... with remarks by Mrs. Inchbald, The
distressed mother: a tragedy, in five acts;, The
distressed mother, The : a tragedy in 5 acts
Distrest mother, a tragedy... - 4th ed., The
distrest mother: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Philips, The
Distrest mother, a tragedy, as written by Mr. Ambrose Philips, distinguishing also the variations of the theatre, as performed at the Theatre-royal in Drury Lane, regulated from the prompt-book... by Mr. Hopkins,... [with a Prologue written by Steele and an Epilogue written by Budgell.], The
distrest mother. A tragedy. By Mr. Amb. Philips, The
Distrest mother, a tragedy translated by Ambrose Philips from the "Andromaque" of Racine. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, and Covent-Garden... [with a Prologue by Steele and an Epilogue by Budgell.], The
distrest mother A tragedy. Translated by Ambrose Philips, from the Andromaque of Racine. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane, and Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of the managers. "The lines distinguished by inverted commas, are omitted in the representation.", The
Distrest mother. A tragedy. Written by Mr. Amb. Phillips. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, The
distrest mother, The : A Tragedy
Distrest mother, tragedy written by Mr. Philips [from the "Andromaque" of Racine. Prologue by Steele. Epilogue by Budgell.], The
drummer; or, the haunted-house
Dunciad minor : an heroick poem
Earl of Essex. A tragedy
Epilogue... spoken by Andromach
first three odes of Anacreon, The
Free-thinker (London, England : 1718)
Free-thinker: or, Essays on ignorance, superstition, bigotry, enthusiasm, craft, &c. Intermix'd with several pieces of wit and humour. Design'd to restore the deluded part of mankind to the use of reason and common sense., The
Free-Thinker, or, Essays on ignorance, superstition, Bigotry, enthusiasm, Craft., etc. intermixe'd with several pieces of wit and humour [By Ambroise Philips], The
gamesters. A comedy
Henry VI, the Second part. [Adaptation.]
Humfrey, Duke of Gloucester, 1723.
Humfrey, duke of Gloucester a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's servants, [altered from «Henri VI, the Second part» of Shakespeare]
Humfrey, Duke of Gloucester : a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane... By Mr. Philips. The third edition
humphrey, duke of gloucester
illustrations of William Blake for Thornton's Virgil, The : with the first Eclogue, and the imitation by Ambrose Philips
life of John Williams ... in the reigns of King James, and King Charles the First. Wherein are related several remarkable occurences [!] of those times both in church and state. With an appendix, giving a just account of his benefactions to St. John's College in Cambridge., The
Medea. A tragedy
Mille et un jours.
Pastorals by Ambrose Philips...
Persian tales; or, The thousand and one days ...
poems of A. Philips, Parnell, and West., The
poems of Ambrose Philips, The
poems of Parnell and A. Philips., The
Poetical works/of Ambrose Philips. With the life of the author, The
select collection of the best modern English plays., A
Sir Harry Wildair: being the sequel of the Trip to the jubilee
Tegami to nikki
Thenot and Colinet, 1899.
thousand and one days: persian tales, translated from the french by Mr. Philips. The fifth edition, The
thousand and one days, The : Persian tales
William Blake's illustrations to Thornton's Pastorals of Virgil in Ambrose Phillips' imitation of Virgil's first eclogue, 1821, 1912:
William Blake's illustrations to Thornton's Pastorals of Virgil in Ambrose Phillips' [sic] imitation of Virgil's first eclogue, 1821 : enlarged fac-similes in platinotype from the scarce original edition
works of the British poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Robert Anderson, M. D. Volume Ninth, The ; containing Swift, Thomson, Watts, Hamilton, Philips (A.), West (G.), Collins, Dyer, Shenstone, Mallet, Akenside, and Harte.