Types of English Drama, 1660-1780, Edited from the Original Editions with Notes, Biographical Sketches, and Airs of "The Beggar's Opera"

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TYPES OF ENGLISH DRAMA 1660-1780

EDITED FROM THE ORIGINAL EDITIONS WITH NOTES, BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, AND AIRS OF "THE BEGGAR'S OPERA"

BY

DAVID HARRISON STEVENS, PH.D.

PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

GINN AND COMPANY

BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO LONDON

ATLANTA DALLAS COLUMBUS SAN FRANCISCO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • The Rehearsal 3
  • Prologue 3
  • The Man of Mode; Or, Sir Fopling Flutter 30
  • [dedication] to Her Royal Highness the Duchess 30
  • Prologue 31
  • Prologue 31
  • Act II 39
  • Prologue 41
  • Prologue 45
  • Prologue 45
  • Prologue 48
  • Prologue 64
  • Prologue 67
  • Prologue 67
  • Prologue 67
  • Prologue 72
  • The Epilogue 79
  • Aureng-Zebe 80
  • Act I 84
  • Act I 84
  • Act I 91
  • Act I 100
  • Act I 108
  • Act I 129
  • All for Love; Or, the World Well Lost 130
  • Scene: Alexandria - [time: 30 B.C.] 130
  • Scene.4 the Temple of Isis 133
  • Act I 137
  • Act I 137
  • Act I 145
  • Act I 152
  • Act I 160
  • Act I 170
  • Act I 179
  • Venice Preserved; or a Plot Discovered 180
  • Act I 181
  • Act I 181
  • Act II 188
  • Act I 189
  • Act I 191
  • Act I 195
  • Act I 195
  • Act I 207
  • Act I 215
  • Act I 215
  • Act I 218
  • Act I 221
  • Act I 223
  • Act I 224
  • Bury Fair 225
  • Act I 232
  • Act I 236
  • Act I 236
  • Act III 247
  • Act I 249
  • Act I 250
  • Act I 258
  • Act I 258
  • Act I 260
  • Act I 263
  • Act I 265
  • Act I 265
  • Act I 274
  • Love for Love 276
  • Act I 278
  • Scene I. [valentine's Lodging] 278
  • Act I 297
  • Act I 297
  • Act I 297
  • Act V 312
  • Act I 319
  • Act I 319
  • Act I 327
  • The Way of the World 329
  • Act I 331
  • Act I 331
  • Act I 338
  • Act I 338
  • Act I 346
  • Act I 346
  • Act I 356
  • Act I 356
  • Act I 365
  • Act I 365
  • Act I 374
  • The Beaux Stratagem a Comedy by George Farquhar 375
  • The Beaux Stratagem a Comedy by George Farquhar 376
  • Act II 381
  • Act II 381
  • Act II 384
  • Act II 387
  • Act II 387
  • Act II 389
  • Act II 398
  • Act II 398
  • Act II 405
  • Act II 407
  • Act II 407
  • Act II 409
  • Act II 412
  • Act II 413
  • Act II 418
  • Act II 421
  • Act II 422
  • Act II 423
  • Act II 425
  • Act II 426
  • Act II 427
  • Act II 427
  • Act II 429
  • Act II 430
  • Act II 431
  • Act II 432
  • Act II 434
  • Act II 436
  • Act II 438
  • Act II 439
  • Act II 439
  • Act II 440
  • Act II 440
  • Act II 441
  • Act II 441
  • Act II 442
  • Act II 442
  • Act II 446
  • Act II 446
  • Act II 447
  • Act II 448
  • Act II 448
  • Act II 450
  • The Tragedy of Jane Shore 451
  • Prologue 452
  • Prologue 453
  • Prologue 453
  • Prologue 455
  • Prologue 458
  • Prologue 458
  • Prologue 463
  • Prologue 463
  • Prologue 481
  • The Conscious Lovers 482
  • Scene I. Sir John Bevil's House 484
  • Prologue 489
  • Prologue 493
  • Prologue 493
  • Prologue 495
  • Prologue 500
  • Prologue 500
  • Prologue 507
  • Prologue 507
  • Prologue 510
  • Prologue 513
  • Prologue 514
  • Prologue 514
  • Prologue 516
  • Prologue 517
  • Prologue 521
  • The Beggar's Opera 522
  • Introduction 522
  • Act I 523
  • Scene II 523
  • Scene II 524
  • Scene II 524
  • Scene II 526
  • Scene II 527
  • Scene II 527
  • Scene II 528
  • Scene II 530
  • Scene II 531
  • Scene II 532
  • Scene II 533
  • Scene II 533
  • Scene II 535
  • Scene II 535
  • Scene II 536
  • Scene II 537
  • Scene II 538
  • Scene II 540
  • Scene II 540
  • Scene II 541
  • Scene II 541
  • Scene IX 542
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 543
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 544
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 545
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 545
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 547
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 548
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 549
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 549
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 550
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 552
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 553
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 557
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 557
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 557
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 559
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 561
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 562
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 563
  • The Tragedy of Tragedies, or the Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great 565
  • H. Scriblerus Secundus His Preface 565
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 568
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 568
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 570
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 571
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 574
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 574
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 575
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 576
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 576
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 576
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 577
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 578
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 579
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 580
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 581
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 583
  • Act III 586
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 586
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 588
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 588
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 588
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 589
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 590
  • Scene X. [lockit's Office in Newgate] 591
  • The London Merchant; Or, the History of George Barnwell 594
  • [dedication] 596
  • Prologue 597
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 598
  • Preface 598
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 598
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 599
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 600
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 601
  • Act II 602
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 602
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 603
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 604
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 604
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 604
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 604
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 606
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 607
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 607
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 608
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 608
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 608
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 610
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 611
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 612
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 612
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 613
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 613
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 613
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 614
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 614
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 614
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 614
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 615
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 615
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 615
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 617
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 618
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 618
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 619
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 619
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 620
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 621
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 621
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 621
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 622
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 622
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 622
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 624
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 624
  • Douglas 626
  • [dedication] 626
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 631
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 631
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 635
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 635
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 640
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 640
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 647
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 652
  • The Good-Natured Man 653
  • Preface 653
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 653
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 654
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 654
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 661
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 661
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 667
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 667
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 674
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 674
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 680
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 680
  • Scene. Iii. a Room in Millwood's House 688
  • She Stoops to Conquer; Or, the Mistakes of a Night 689
  • Prologue 690
  • Prologue 691
  • Act III 706
  • Act IV 712
  • Act V 718
  • Act V 718
  • Act V 720
  • Epilogue3 726
  • The Rivals 727
  • Preface 727
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 731
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 736
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 736
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 743
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 745
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 745
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 749
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 752
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 754
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 754
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 756
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 760
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 763
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 763
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 766
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 768
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 772
  • The Duenna - A Comic Opera by Richard Brinsley Sheridan 774
  • Act I 774
  • Scene I. a Street 774
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 775
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 777
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 780
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 782
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 782
  • Act III 784
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 791
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 791
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 796
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 796
  • Scene Ii. a Dressing-Room in Mrs. Malaprop's Lodgings 799
  • The School for Scandal 802
  • Act I 810
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 812
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 812
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 813
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 819
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 819
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 823
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 828
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 828
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 831
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 831
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 838
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 838
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 841
  • Scene Ii. [a Room In] Sir Peter [teazle's] House 845
  • The Critic; Or, a Tragedy Rehearsed 851
  • [dedication] 851
  • Prologue 852
  • Act I 852
  • Act I 852
  • Act I 864
  • Act I 864
  • Act I 865
  • Act I 871
  • Act I 871
  • Notes 877
  • Biographical Notes1 909
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