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Dibdin, Thomas J.
Dibdin, Thomas John
Merchant, T. (Pseudonym)
Attwood, Thomas (1765-1838)
Braham, John (1774-1856)
Corri, Domenico (1746-1825)
Dibdin, Charles (1768-1833)
Fawcett, John (1768-1837)
Mars, Abraham (Amsterdam)
Moorehead, John -1804
Reeve, William (1757-1815)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
All's well : the favorite duett, sung by Mr. Incledon & Mr. Braham, in the comic opera of The English fleet
beautiful maid, The : a favorite ballad as sung by Mr. Braham at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, in the comic opera of The cabinet
beautiful maid, The : a favourite ballad as sung by Mr. Braham at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden in the comic opera of The cabinet
birth-day: a comedy, in three acts., The
Bondocani, or, The caliph robber: a comic opera, in three acts., Il
cabinet, The : a comic opera, in three acts: first performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Graden, on Tuesday, February 9th, 1802
celebrated song of Love and glory, The : from the comic opera of The English fleet
Davidson's shilling volume of J. Cumberland's Plays : with remarks, biographical and critical.
death of General Sir Ralph Abercrombie, The : sung by Mr. Braham at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden in the comic opera of The thirty thousand, or, Who's the richest?
Deserted by the waning moon
Dibdin, Charles:Songs, naval and national ... -
English fleet in 1342; an historical comic opera in three acts, The
Fair Ellen : a favorite ballad, as sung by Mr. Braham, at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, in The cabinet
Family quarrels a com. opera, in 3 acts ; as performed at the theatre-royal, Covent-Garden
Five miles off; or, The finger post. A comedy, in three acts
Five thousand a year, a comedy, in three acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.
forest of Hermanstadt:, The
fox and the grapes. Sung by Mr. Munden in The naval pillar, at the Threatre [sic] Royal, Covent-Garden, The
Guilty or not guilty a comedy, in 5 acts ; first acted at the theatre-royal, Haymarket ; May 26. 1804
Guilty or not guilty : a comedy, in five acts
heart of Mid-Lothian; a romantic national drama, founded on the popular tale of the same name, in the second series of the "Tales of my landlord:" as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh., The
Heart of Mid-Lothian, The : a melo-dramatic romance in three acts
High ways and by ways
horse and the widow, a farce, performed with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden., The
Ivanhoe, or, The Jew's daughter : a romantic melo-drama, in three acts
Jew and the doctor, The : a farce in two acts : as performed at the Philadelphia Theatre
Kenilworth. A drama, in two acts
Lady of the Lake; a melo-dramatic romance, in two acts (from Sir Walter Scott,), The
Lady of the Lake; a melodramatic romance, in two acts, The
last lays of the last of the three Dibdins: containing fifty new songs, poems, &c. and one hundred and fifty selections from his published and unpublished productions., The
London theatre. A collection of the most celebrated dramatic pieces., The
Love and glory
mad guardian, 1795?:, The
mad guardian: or, sunshine after rain. A farce, in two acts, as performed, with the most flattering approbation, at the Theatre-Royal, Manchester. To which are added, fugitive pieces, in prose and verse. By T. Merchant, The
Maria : a favourite song
May we ne'er want a friend nor a bottle to give him.
Melodrame mad! Or, the Siege of Troy ...
mouth of the Nile; or, The glorious first of August, a musical entertainment., The
naval pillar: a musical entertainment., The
ninth statue:, The
origin of gunpowder, The : sung by Mr. Incledon in the comic opera of The English fleet
overture, songs & dance in the new popular entertainment of The naval pillar., The
Poor Mary sigh'd & dropt a tear : a favorite song, sung by Mr. Atkins in the opera of St. David's Day
Poor Mary sighed and dropped a tear
reminiscences of Thomas Dibdin, of the theatres royal, Covent-Garden, Drury-Lane, Haymarket, &c., and author of The cabinet, &c. ..., The
reminiscences of Thomas Dibdin of the Theatres Royal, Covent-Garden, Drury-Lane, Haymarket, etc. ..., The
Sheep shearing song
Since the first dawn of reason that beam'd on my mind
Sketch of the fable, arrangement of the scenery, with the songs and chorusses, in the grand ballet called Brazen mask: or, Alberto and Rosabella. As performed at the Theatre-Royal Covent-Garden.
Songs, &c. in The naval pillar: or, Britannia triumphant. A new musical piece, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. The overture ... and music ... composed by Mr. Moorehead.
Songs, &c. in True friends, a musical entertainment, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. The overture and music composed by Mr. Atwood
Songs, chorusses, &c. in the new pantomime of Harlequin's tour ; or, the dominion of fancy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. With entire new music, scenery
Songs, duets, &c. in Of age to-morrow : a musical farce, in two acts ; performed by their majesties servants, at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane
Songs, duets, chorusses, &c., in a new historical comic opera, in three acts, called The English fleet in 1342. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.
Songs, duets, trios, chorusses, &c., in the comic opera. Called The cabinet:
Songs, naval and national, of the late Charles Dibdin; with a memoir and addenda.
Songs, recitatives, &c. in the Magic oak: or, Harlequin woodcutter. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. The overture, airs and chorusses, by Mr. Attwood. (The pantomime under the direction of Mr. Farley.) And the pantomime music by Mess. Attwood, Mountain, and Ealy
Songs, recitatives, &c. in The volcano, or, the rival harlequins. A serio-comic pantomime, performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.
St. David's Day, a favorite comic opera.
St. David's Day. Piano-vocal score. [from old catalog]
Suil Dhuv the coiner, 185-?:
Thirty thousand, or, Who's richest? 1805:
Though born in fashion's gayest sphere
'Twas on the spot in ancient lore oft' nam'd
Twenty per cent.; or, My father.
Valentine and Orson : a romantic melo-drame, as performed at the Theatre-Royal Covent-Garden.
verborgene groef groot melodrama (in 2 bedrijven), De
View yon mountain's hoary head
What next? A farce, in two acts.
wheel of fortune., The
When absent from her
When Vulcan forg'd the bolts of Jove
will for the deed a comedy, in 3 acts, The ; as performed at the theatre-royal, Covent-Garden
Young Henry was as brave a youth