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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
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Notated music
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Appleton, William Worthen (1915- ))
Briscoe, Samuel bookseller
Day, Cyrus Lawrence
Eccles, John -1735
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Krutch, Joseph Wood (1893-1970)
Playford, Henry (b. 1657))
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Riley, Dennis
Wellington, Richard -1715
burn, I burn, I
burn, my brain consumes to ashes, I
Bussy d'Ambois
Collin's walk through London and Westminster a poem in burlesque
Comical history of don quixote
Commonwealth of women
dame of honour or, hospitality., The
description of the jubilee, 1700?:, A
English stage Italianiz'd in a new dramatic entertainment, called Dido and Æneas: or, Harlequin, ... A tragi-comedy, after the Italian manner; ... Written by Thomas D'Urfey., The
Essay towards the theory of the ideal or intelligible world
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 in two parts
Fond husband, or, the plotting sisters : a comedy : as it is acted at his royal highness the duke'e theatre
Fond husband, or, the plotting sisters : a comedy as it is acted at the theatre royal in drury-lane
Fool turn'd critick a comedy : as it was acted at the theatre-royall, by his majesties servants
Genius of England, The : from Songs to the new play of Don Quixote : für Sopran, Trompete & Continuo
Injured princess
Love for money, or, The boarding school a comedy
Madam Fickle, or, The witty false one a comedy as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's theatre
Marriage hater match'd
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
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----
New opera, call'd cinthia and endimion
New opera's with comical stories, and poems, on several occasions, never before printed. Being the remaining pieces, written by Mr. D'Urfey.
Poems. Selections
Preface to The campaigners, 1698
Richmond heiress
Royalist. Prologue
Siege of Memphis
Sir Barnaby Whigg, or, No wit like a womans a comedy : as it is acted by Their Majesties servants at the Theatre-Royal
song, A
Songs of thomas d'urfey
Stories moral and comical, 1706:
Tales tragical and comical Viz. Abradatus and Panthea, ... The broken commands, ... From the prose of some famous antique Italian, Spanish, and French authors. Done into several sorts of English verse, with large additions and improvements. By Tho. D'Urfey, Gent.
Trick for trick, or, The debauch'd hypocrite a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal by His Majestie's servants
Virtuous wife
Winter settings.
Wit and mirth. [from old catalog]
Wit and mirth, or, Pills to purge melancholy
Wonders in the sun; or, The kingdom of the birds (1706)
Ye nymphs and sylvan gods