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Author of The weesils
D, T.
D, Thomas D'Urfey
D'Urfey, T.
D'Urfey, Thomas
D'Urfrey, Mr
D'Urfrey, Thomas
D'Urfrey, Thomas (Mr)
D'Urphy, Mr
D'Urphy, Thomas
D'Urphy, Thomas (Mr)
Durfey, Mr
Durfey, Thomas
Durfey, Thomas (Mr)
Durffey, Mr
Durffey, Thomas
Durffey, Thomas (Mr)
Gabriel John
John, Gabriel
T. D ([a])
T. D, Thomas D'Urfey
Urfey, Thomas D'
Weesils, Author of the
Creation class: 
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
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Related names: 
Appleton, William Worthen (1915- ))
Bentley, Richard (d. 1697)
Briscoe, Samuel
Carpenter, William E.
Day, Cyrus Lawrence (1900-1968))
Eccles, John -1735
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Krutch, Joseph Wood (1893-1970)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Riley, Dennis
Saydisc Records
As oyster nan stood (2 min 49 s)
banditti, 1686:, The
Bath, or, the Western lass. A comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-lane, by His Majesty's servants. By Mr Durfey, The
burn, I burn, I
burn, my brain consumes to ashes, I
Bussy D'Ambois, or The husbands revenge.
Butler's ghost (1682)
Cinthia and Endimion
Collin's walk through London and Westminister, 1690:
Come jug, my honey, let's to bed (2 min 14 s)
comical history of Don Quixote., The
common-wealth of vvomen, A : a play as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, by Their Majesties servants
Common wealth of women
Debauch'd hypocrite
Debauched hypocrite
description of the jubilee, 1700?:, A
Do not rumple my top-knot (1 min 17 s)
Don Quixote
excellent new song on the authentic letter of Marshal Bouffler's to the French king, 1710:, An
famous history of the rise and fall of Massaniello ..., The
fond husband: or, the plotting sisters. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane... Written by Tho. Durfey..., The
fool's preferment, or, the three Dukes of Dunstable. A comedy. As it was acted at the Queens theatre in Dorset-Garden, by Their Majesties servants., A
genius of England, The : from Songs to the new play of Don Quixote : für Sopran, Trompete & Continuo
Good luck at last
Honest sheper'd, since you're poor (1 min 36 s)
How vile are the sordid intrigues of the town (2 min 02 s)
injured princess, or the fatal wager: as it was acted at the Theater-Royal... By Tho. Durfey,..., The
Letter to Mr. d'Urfey, occasioned by his play called the Marriagehater match'd, A
Like a ring without a finger (3 min 01 s)
Love for money, or, The boarding school, 1691:
Madam Fickle
marriage-hater match'd ... 1692., The
Marriage-hater match'd, a comedy... written by Tho. d'Urfey,..., The
Marriage-hater matched
modern prophets: or, New wit for a husband. a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Tho' D'Ursey., The
moralist, 1691:, The
moralist, or, A satyr upon the sects, The : shewing some disputing passages by way of dialogue, between a well-principles lay-man, and a Professor of theology : with reflections upon some modern writings and actions, particularly the late absonding of a certain B----
My thing is my own bawdy songs of D'Urfey
New opera's, with comical stories, and poems, on several occasions, never before printed
No wit like a womans.
Now listen a while , and I will tell (5 min 25 s)
Oh!my panting, panting heart (3 min 01 s)
old mode & the new, or, country miss with her furbeloe. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal by her Majesty's sevants. Written by Mr. Tho. D'Urfey, The
One Sunday at St james's prayer (2 min 01 s)
Pendragon; or, The carpet knight his kalendar.
Pills to purge melancholy Lewd songs and low ballads from 18th century
Pindarick poem on the Royal navy., A
pindarick poem upon the fleet., A
Plotting sisters
Preface to The campaigners (1698) and Preface to the translation of Bossuet's Maxims and reflections upon plays (1699)
prologue to a new play, called The royallist., A
Richmond heiress: or, A woman once in the right. A comedy. As it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's servants, The
royalist, The : A comedy; as it is acted at the Duke's theatre
Satyr upon the sects
Several new songs
siege of Memphis, The : or The ambitious queen. A tragedy, acted at the Theatre-Royal
Sir Barnaby Whigg, or, No wit like a womans : A comedy. As it is acted by Their Majesties servants at the Theatre-Royal
Sixty ribald songs from 'Pills to purge melancholy'
Sometimes I am a tapster new (3 min 14 s)
song, A
songs of Thomas D'Urfey, The
songs to the new play of Don Quixote ..., The : part the first [-part the second]
Stories moral and comical, 1706:
Then jockey wou'd a wooing away (4 min 08 s)
There was a lass of Islington (4 min 38 s)
Thomas D'Urfey's the Richmond heiress : an edition with introduction and notes
Thomas D'Urfey's the virtuous wife : a critical edition
Trick for trick: or, The debauch'd hypocrite. : a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majestie's servants.
Two comedies
virtuous wife; or good luck at last. A comedy as it is acted at the Dukes theater, by his Royal Highness his servants...., The
Weep all te nymphs, your floods unbind (2 min 17 s)
What life can compare with the jolly town rakes (3 min 20 s)
When for air I take my mare (2 min 21 s)
Winter settings : men's chorus and nine instruments : vocal score
Winter settings : mixed chorus and nine instruments
Wit and mirth. [from old catalog]
Wit and mirth: or Pills to purge melancholy; being a collection of ... ballads and songs ...having each their proer tune ...
Wit and mirth : (or pills to purge Melancholy) : being a collection of the best merry ballads and songs, old and new).
Wonders in the sun; or, The kingdom of the birds (1706)
Wonders in the sun, or, the kingdom of the birds ; a comick opera. With great variety of songs in all kinds, set to musick by several of the most eminent masters of the age. Written by Mr. D'Urfey
Ye nymphs and slyvian [i.e. sylvan] gods