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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8371 6610
Name: 
Payne, ..
Payne, J. Howard
Payne, John
Payne, John H.
Payne, John Howard
Dates: 
1791-1852
Creation class: 
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Creation role: 
author
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Related names: 
Bishop, Henry R. (1786-1855)
Bishop, Henry Rowley (1786-1855)
Ducange, Victor (1783-1833)
Foreman, Grant
Harrison, Gabriel (1818-1902)
Hislop, Codman
Richardson, William Rittenhouse (1901-)
Strickland, Rennard
Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
Washington Theatre (Washington, D.C. : 1821-1835)
Young, Victor (1900-1956)
Titles: 
Accusation, or, The family of D'Angelade a melodrama in three acts, from the French, with alterations
Adeline, the victim of seduction
Ali Pacha or, The Signet-ring: a melodrama, in two acts
Ave Maria : featured in Paramount Picture "Going my way"
Brutus, or, The fall of Tarquin an historical tragedy in five acts
Charles II.
Charles the Second, or The merry monarch a comedy in two acts
Children in the wood
Clari; or, The maid of Milan a drama in three acts
Comet
Ellens Gesang III
He would be an astronomer
Home sweet home
Indian justice a Cherokee murder trial at Tahlequah in 1840
John Howard Payne, dramatist, poet, actor ... His life and writings
John Howard Payne to his countrymen.
Julia, or, The wanderer a comedy in five acts
Junius Brutus, tragédie en 5 actes analyse
Kind der Liebe., Das
Last duel in spain & other plays
Lispings of the muse a selection from juvenile poems, chiefly written at and before the age of sixteen
Love in humble life a petite comedy in one act
Lovers' vows; a play, in five acts.
Modern antiques, or, The merry mourners
Mrs. Smith, or, The wife and the widow a farce in one act
Pastime, The
Payne-Butrick papers, The
romance of Mary W. Shelley, John Howard Payne, and Washington Irving., The
Theater playbill for "Therese, the Orphan of Geneva" and "Rendezvous, or, Hide and Seek" at the Theatre, Washington, D.C., November 18, 1822.
Theatre. For the Race Week only
Thérèse.
Thespian mirror., The
Trial without jury & other plays
Valentine.
Victim of treachery
Washington Theatre. On Tuesday Evening, July 29
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