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Cibber, Theophilus
Dates: 
1703-1758
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Coffey, Charles (d. 1745))
Klinger, Mary F. (1938- ))
Macklin, Charles (1697?-1797)
Mann, David (1934-)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Mottley, John (1692-1750)
Ramsay, Allan (1685-1758))
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Shiells, Robert (d. 1753))
Sloper, William (active 1737-1739.)
Titles: 
apology for the life of Mr. T......... C....., comedian Being a proper sequel to the Apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, ... Supposed to be written by himself., An
apology for the life of Mr. T[heophilus] C[ibber], comedian, An : being a proper sequel to The apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian, with an historical view of the stage to the present year
apology for the life of Mr. The' Cibber comedian. Being a proper sequel to The apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian, with an historical view of the stage to the present year. Supposed to be written by himself., An
association: or, liberty and loyalty. Verses occasion'd by the present unnatural rebellion. By Theophilus Cibber, The
buskin and sock being controversial letters between Mr. Thomas Sheridan, tragedian, and Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian; just published in Dublin., The
Cibber and Sheridan: or, the Dublin miscellany. Containing all the advertisements, letters, ... Lately publish'd, on account of the theatric squabble. To which are added, several prologues and epilogues, spoke at the theatre in Smock Alley, ... by Mr. Cibber, ... Also two songs by Mr. Worsdale
Comedies.
devil to pay; or, the wives metamorphos'd An opera. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal, in London and Dublin., The
devil to pay; or, the wives metamorphos'd An opera. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by the author of The beggars wedding. With the musick prefix'd to each song., The
devil to pay; or, the wives metamorphos'd An opera. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants., The
devil to pay: or, the wives metamorphos'd An opera. As it is performed at the Theatres-Royal, by His Majesty's servants., The
devil to pay; or, the wives metamorphos'd An opera. Taken from the manager's book, at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane., The
devil to pay: or, the wives metamorphos'd An operatical farce. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. Newly adapted to the stage, with the addition of several new songs., The
epistle from Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian, to Mr. Thomas Sheridan, tragedian, An
epistle from Mr. Theophilus Cibber, to David Garrick, Esq; To which are prefixed, some occasional verses, petitions, &c, An
Four original letters viz. Two from a husband to a gentleman: and two from a husband to a wife.
Gentle shepherd.
harlot's progress (1733), The
harlot's progress; or, the ridotto al'fresco a grotesque pantomime entertainment. As it is perform'd by his Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Compos'd by Mr. Theophilus Cibber, ... The songs made (to old ballad tunes) by a friend., The
historical tragedy of the civil wars in the reign of King Henry VI. (Being a sequel to the Tragedy of Humfrey Duke of Gloucester: and a introduction to the Tragical history of King Richard III.) Alter'd from Shakespear, in the year 1720. By Theo. Cibber., An
King Henry VI, 1724.
King Henry VI A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Altered from Shakespear, in the year 1720, by Theophilus Cibber.
lick at a liar: or, calumny detected. Being an occasional letter to a friend from Theophilus Cibber, comedian, A
lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. Vol. I., The
Love à la mode; a farce, in two acts
lover, The : A comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants
Patie and Peggy or, the fair foundling a Scotch ballad opera. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servanrs [sic]. With the names of the tunes perfix'd [sic] to each song.
Patie and Peggy or, the fair foundling. A Scotch ballad opera. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. With the musick prefix'd to each song.
plays of Theophilus and Susannah Cibber, The
proper reply to a late scurrillous libel, entitled, Mr. Sheridan's address to the town, A
rake's progress
Romeo and Juliet: a tragedy, 1748
Romeo and Juliet a tragedy, revis'd, and alter'd from Shakespear, by Mr. Theophilus Cibber. First reviv'd (in September, 1744,) ... To which is added, A serio-comic apology, for part of the life of Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian. Written by himself. Interspersed with memoirs and anecdotes.
serio-comic apology for part of the life of Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian Written by himself, in which is contain'ed, a prologue, an epilogue, and a poem, wrote on the paly of Romeo and Juliet being first revived in 1744; also some addresses to the publick, on different occasions; likewise, original letters that passed between the Late Sir Thomas de Veil, and Mr. Theo. Cibber, (relating to the state act) on a stop being put to the playing at the Hay-Market. Interspersed with emoirs and anecdotes concerning the state-management and theatrical revolutions, in the years 1744, 1745, and 1746, &c. and cursory observations on some principal performers; particularly Mr. Quin, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Delane, Mrs. Woffington, Mr. Sherridan, Mrs. Ward, and Miss Bellamy; Mr. Garrick, Mr. Barry, Mr. Macklin, Mrs. Cibber, Mrs. Clive, Mrs. Pritchard, and others. Concluding with a copy of verses, call'd, the contrite comedian's confession., A
Trial of a cause for criminal conversation, between Theophilus Cibber, Gent. plaintiff, and William Sloper, Esq., defendant
tryal of a cause for criminal conversation between Theophilus Cibber, Gent. plaintiff, and William Sloper, Esq; defendant, The
tryals of two causes, between Theophilus Cibber, gent. plaintiff, and William Sloper, Esq; defendant. The first for criminal conversation. The second, for detaining the plaintiff's wife, The
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