A History of English Drama, 1660-1900 - Vol. 2

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INDEX
OF PERSONS AND SUBJECTS
[A final volume in this series will present a general comprehensive index of all the English plays catalogued in this and the other Handlists. Consequently the present index is concerned only with persons and subjects.]
Abbe, L', dancer, 46, 278
Achilles Dissected, 241
Actors and actresses, 49-50, 414-15
Adams, Davenport, 244
Adams, G., 294
Addison, J., 19, 51, 96, 182, 192, 257, 294; plays of, 1, 3, 11, 17, 27, 30-1, 33, 39, 51, 55, 57-8, 62, 64, 73, 85, 87-8, 93, 135, 183, 198-9, 223, 228, 233, 235, 264, 294-5, 417, 431
Æschylus, influence of, 90, 93
Aitken, G. A., 193, 199, 422, 444
Alainval, 442
Allen, R. J., 412
Andrieux, F. G. J. S., 101
Anne, Queen, 33, 87, 100, 125, 150, 269
Anonymous plays, number of, 8
Apron stage, 25-6
Arabian Nights, The, 79
Arbuthnot, J., 213, 286, 431; see Gay
Arcadianism, 260
Argyle, Earl of, 185, 188
Ariosti, A., 390, 391, 392, 395
Aristophanes, 143, 328, 444
Aristotle, 51
Armstrong, instrumentalist, 279
Armstrong, A. J., 424
Arne, T. A., 236, 248, 265, 294-5, 299, 335, 399, 431
Arthur, J., 53, 295
Ashton, R., 262, 295
Aston, A., 4, 224-5, 229, 295-6; A Brief Supplement to Colley Cibber, 175
Aston, W., 22-3, 237, 247, 296
Aubert, Mrs, 33, 133, 296
Aubin, Mrs, 296
Audiences, poorness of, 5; characteristics of, 8-12, 411-12
Augustan Tragedy, 61, 96-114
Auletta, P., 396
Aureli, A., 387
Authentic Memoirs (of Wilks), 41
Avery, E. L., 410, 412, 416, 420, 421, 425, 427, 429, 430, 433, 436, 440
Axon, W. E. A., 199
Aylworth, instrumentalist, 279
Ayre, W., 73, 95, 224, 296, 432
Ayres, J., 44, 233, 237, 247, 296
Babcock, R. W., 424
Babel, musician, 278, 285
Baillie, J., 165, 296
Baily, actor, 276
Baker, Mrs, 278, 279
Baker, Mrs Catharine, 286, 289
Baker, R., 296
Baker, T., 21, 22, 60, 126, 129, 130, 135, 143, 159, 174-6, 181, 216, 231, 296-7, 432
Baldwin, Mary, 291
Ballad Opera, 25, 126, 218, 237-51, 424-5; popularity of, 10
Ballantyne, A., 73
Banister, singer, 278, 285
Banks, John, 24, 48, 50, 55-8, 60, 117, 198, 264; influence of on Rowe, 99, 101
Barante, Brugière de la, 94, 402, 404, 406, 407
Barbier, Mrs, 254, 285
Barford, R., 39, 75, 85, 91, 297
Barlocci, G., 392
Baroness, The, 279, 288-9
Barry, J., 40, 114
Barry, Mrs A., 45, 210, 276, 278, 288; acts in Fair Penitent, 100
Bassewitz, H. A. B., 120
Bateson, F. W., 421, 422, 424, 425, 441, 445
Bath, theatre in, 4, 55, 410
Baumgärtner, G., 417
Bealing, R., 432
Beauchamp, 401, 406

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