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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8380 2981
Name: 
Kenney, J.
Kenney, James
Kenney, James ((dramatist))
Kenny
Dates: 
1780-1849
Creation class: 
cre
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Creation role: 
author
Related names: 
Aubigny, M. d'
Braham, John (1774-1856)
Brown, Ad
Caigniez, Louis-Charles (1762-1842)
Caigniez, M. (1762-1842)
Hewetson, William B.
King, M. P. (1773-1823)
King, Matthew Peter (1773-1823)
Millingen, John Gideon (1782-1845)
Senter, A. E.
Titles: 
blind boy: a melo-drama, in two acts., The
Debtor and creditor, 1816.
diddler., The
Ella Rosenberg, a melo-drama, in 2 acts... [Drury-Lane, the Theatre-royal] by James Kenney
Ella Rosenberg : a melo-drama, in two acts
False alarms. A comic opera, in three acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane.
fortune of war [microform], The : a comic piece in two acts : as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden
house out at windows a mus. piece, A ; as performed at the theatre royal, Drury-Lane
illustrious stranger or Married and buried a farce in 1 a., The
illustrious stranger [or Married and burried] an operatic farce in 2 a., The
John Buzzby:
Match-breaking;
Matrimony : a petit opera in two acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane.
Raising the wind a farce, in 2 acts ; as performed at the theatre-royal, Covent-Garden
Raising the wind, a farce, in two acts.
Raising the wind, a play in 2 acts, by J. Kenney, with remarks biographical and critical. A new edition improved with critical and explanatory French notes by A. Brown
Raising the wind, a play in two acts...
Raising the wind. - [ca. 1835]
Raising the wind, or the "Chevalier d'industrie", a farce in 2 acts, by J. Kenney,... as now performed at the Theatre-royal, London
touchstone; or, the world as it goes a comedy, in 4 acts, The ; as performed at the theatre royal, Drury-Lane
Valdi; or, the libertine's son a poem
Verheirathet und begraben. - [1831]
World ! a comedy in 5 acts... by James Kenney. [Drury-Lane, Theatre-royal.], The
World!, The : a comedy in 5 acts
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