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Name: 
Dibdin, T.
Dibdin, Thomas
Dibdin, Thomas J.
Dibdin, Thomas John
Merchant, T.
Merchant, T. (Pseudonym)
Dates: 
1771-1841
Creation class: 
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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
Moorehouse, John
Reeve, William (1757-1815)
Schmidt, C.F.
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
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
busy body
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 ... -
Don Giovanni or A spectre on horseback : a comic, heroic, operatic, tragic, pantomimic burletta-spectacular-extravaganza in two acts
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
Family quarrels, a comic opera
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. By Thomas Dibdin, author of the jew and doctor, mouth of the Nile, &c. &c.
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
Harlequin's tour.
heart of Mid-lothian; a melo-dramatic romance, in three acts., The
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
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
Jane Shore
Jew and the doctor: a farce, in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Dibdin, The
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
Magic Oak.
Maria : a favourite song
May we ne'er want a friend nor a bottle to give him.
Mazeppa
Melodrame mad! Or, the Siege of Troy ...
metrical history of England; or, Recollections, in rhyme, of some of the most prominent features in our national chronology, from the landing of Julius Cæsar, to the commencement of the regency, in 1812 ..., A
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
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
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, 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
Tom Tough;
True friends.
'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
Volcano.
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
Zuma;
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