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Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's Servants. By Mr. Dennis. 4to. 1703.
MEASURE for MEASURE. - The Law against Lovers, by Sir William Davenant. Fol. 1673. i
Measure for Measure, or Beauty the best Advocate. As it is acted at the Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields; written originally by Mr. Shakspere, and now very much altered : with additions of several Entertainments of Musick. By Mr. Gildon. 4to. 1700.
COMEDY of ERRORS. An alteration of this play, under the title of Every Body mistaken, was acted at Lincoln's-Inn-Fields 1716, but was never printed.
The Comedy of Errors, altered by Mr. Hull, was acted at Covent Garden 1779, is now printed. ..
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. The Law against Lovers. By Sir W. Davenant, Fol. 1673.
The Universal Passion. A Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's Servants. By James Miller. 8vo. 1737.
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST. The Students, a Comedy altered from Shakspere's .. Love's Labour's Lost, and adapted to the stage. 8vo. 1762.
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. · The Humours of Bottom the Weaver, by Robert Cox. 400.
The Fairy Qucen, an Opera, represented at the Queen's Theatre by their Majesty's Servants. 4to. 1692. • Pyramus and Thisbe, a Comick Masque, by Richard
Leveridge, performed at Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. 8vo. 1716.
*Pyramus and Thisbe, a Mock Opera, written by Shakspere. Set to musick by Mr. Lampe. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. 8vo. 1745.
The Fairies, an Opera, taken from a Midsummer Night's Dream, written by Shakspere, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Garrick. 8vo. 1755.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, written by Shakspere, with Alterations and Additions, and several new Songs. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Colman. 8vo. 1763.
A Fairy Tale, in two acts, taken from Shakspere. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in DruryLane. By the same. 8vo. 1763.
MERCHANT of VENICE. The Jew of Venice, a Comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, by his Majesty's Servants. By George Granville, Esq. afterwards Lord Lansdowne. 4to. 1701.
AS YOU LIKE IT. Love in a Forest, a Comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's Servants. 'By C. Johnson. 8vo. 1723. · The. Modern Receipt, or A Cure for Love. A Comedy altered from Shakspere. The Dedication is signed J. C. 12mo. 1739. .. i
TAMING of the SHREW. · Sawny the Scott, or The Taming of the Shrew; a Co. medy, as it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal, and never before printed. By John Lacy. 4to. 1698. |
The Cobler of Preston, a Farce, as it is acted at the New Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. By Christopher Bullock, 12mo, 17.16..
The Cobler of Preston, as it is acted at the Theatre. Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's Servants. By C. Johnson. 8vo. 1716. :
A Cure for a Scold, a Ballad Opera, by James Worsdale, 8vo. Taken from The Taming of a Shrew. 8vo. 1736.
Catharine and Petruchio. By Mr. Garrick, 8vo. 1756.
ALL's WELL THAT. ENDS WELL. All's Well that Ends Well, A Comedy, altered by Mr. Pilon, and reduced to three acts; performed at the Haymarket-Theatre 1785, but not printed. .
WINTER'S TALE. The Winter's Tale, a Play altered from Shakspere. By Charles Marsh. 8vo. 1756.
Florizel and Perdita, by Mr. Garrick. 8vo. 1758.
Sheepshearing, or Florizel and Perdita, by Dublin. 12mo. 1767.
The Sheepshearing, a Dramatick Pastoral. In three acts. Taken from Shakspere. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Haymarket. 8vo. 1777.
MACB ETH. Macbeth, a Tragedy, with all the Alterations, Amendments, Additions, and new Songs, as it is now acted at the Duke's Theatre. By Sir William Dave. nant. 4to. 1674.
The Historical Tragedy of Macbeth (written originally by Shakspere), newly adapted to the stage, with Alterations, as performed at the Theatre in Edinburgh. 8vo. 1753.
: KING JOHN. Papal Tyranny in the Reign of King John, a Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, by his Majesty's Servants. By Colley Cibber. 8vo. 1744•
KING RICHARD II The History of Richard the Second. Acted at the Theatre-Royal under the title of The Sicilian Usurper: with a prefatory Epistle in vindication of the Author,
occasioned by the prohibition of his play on the stage. By N Tate. 4to. 1681...
The Tragedy of King Richard II. altered from Shakspere, By Lewis Theobald. 8vo. 1720.
King Richard II. a Tragedy, altered from Shakspere, and the style imitated. By James Goodhall. Printed at Manchester. 8vo. 1772. :: KING HENRY IV. Part I.
King Henry IV, with the Humours of Sir John Falstoff, a Tragi-Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields, by his Majesty's Servants. Revived with Alterations. By Mr. Betterton. 4to. 1700.
King Henry IV. Part II. ... The Sequel of Henry IV, with the Humours of Sir John
Falstaff and Justice Shallow; as it is acted by his Majesty's Company of Comedians at the TheatreRoyal in Drury-Lane. Altered from Shakspere by the late Mr. Betterton. 8vo. No Date.
KING HENRY VI. Three Parts. Henry the Sixth, the First Part, with the Murder of Humphrey Duke of Glocester. As it was acted at the Duke's Theatre. By John Crowne. 4to. 1681.
Henry the Sixth, the Second Part, or the Misery of Civil War. As it was acted at the Duke's Theatre. By John Crowne. 4to. 1681.'
Humfrey Duke of Gloucester, a Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's