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Burnand, F. C.
Burnand, F. C. (Sir)
Burnand, Francis C.
Burnand, Francis Cowley
Burnand, Francis Cowley (Sir)
Cowley Burnand, Francis
Musical sound recording
Seaman, Owen (1861-1936)
Serpette, Gaston (1846-1904)
Soera Rana, jr. (1845-1920)
Soera Rana, pseud. van Isaac Esser (1845-1920)
Sturgis, Julian (1848-1904)
Sullivan, Arthur (1842-1900)
Taylor, Tom (1817-1880)
"A.D.C." being personal reminiscences of the University Amateur Dramatic Club, Cambridge, 1880:, The
About buying a horse &c., &c.
box and cox
Catholic who's who and year-book
Catholic who's who., The
colonel (play)|the colonel, the
contrabandista The foresters, The
Cox and Box: “Hush’d is the bacon on the grid” (Box)
Cox and Box: “My master is punctual always in business” (Cox)
Cox and Box: “Not long ago” (Cox, Box)
Cox and Box: Overture
Cox and Box: “Stay, Bouncer, stay!” (Cox, Bouncer)
Cox and Box: “The buttercup dwells on the lowly mead” (Cox, Box)
Cox and Box: “We sounded the trumpet” (Bouncer)
Cox and Box: “Who are you, sir?” (Cox, Box, Bouncer)
Cox and the box. - ca.
Demoiselle du téléphone (Telephone girl).
forty thieves, the
his majesty (comic opera)|his majesty
incompleat angler., The
incomplete angler, the
More happy thoughts, &c. &c.
my time and what i’ve done with it
new and original nautical burlesque, entitled Poll and partner Joe;, A
new history of Sandford and Merton..., The
new light thrown across the keep it quite darkest Africa, A : a satirical and humorous sketch
Operas that got away
Out of town.
personal reminiscences of the a.d.c., cambridge
Poems from Punch;
Present pastimes of merrie England
Punch (London, England)
Punch, or The London charivari
quite at home
rather at sea
real adventures of robinson crusoe, the
Records and reminiscences, personal and general
Sullivan and co.
Sullivan & co. the operas that got away : arias, duets & ensembles from Sir Arthur Sullivan's operas.
telephone girl, The
Through the keep-it-dark continent, or, How I found Stanley. F.C. Burnard [i.e. Burnand].
Very much abroad
Z. Z. G; or zig zag guide round and about the bold and beautiful Kentish coast., The