INCHBALD Mrs (Elizabeth) selects
INCHBALD Mrs (Elizabeth) selects  The Modern Theatre; A Collection of Successful Modern Plays
for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown 1811
as acted at the Theatres Royal, London, printed from the prompt books under the authority of the managers, ten volumes, contemporary half-leather over boards, decorated in gilt, a trifle rubbed at spine extremities and hinges, corners rubbed, ex Hammersmith Public Libraries with their label front pastedowns, shelf-number to spines, accession number to verso of titlepages and blind stamps internally, advertisement leaves volume X, marbled edges, ribbon markers, a pretty set. contains: volume I: The Will; A Comedy in Five Acts, The Rage; A Comedy, Life; A Comedy, How to grow Rich; A Comedy and Notoriety; A Comedy by Frederick Reynolds; volume II: Speculation; A Comedy, The Delinquent; or Seeing Company. A Comedy, Laugh when you Can, A Comedy, Fortunes' Fool, A Comedy i Five Acts and Folly as it Flies: A Comedy by Frederick Reynolds; volume III: The Votary of Wealth, A Comedy in Five Acts by J G Holman, Zorinski, A Play in Three Acts and Secrets worth knowing; A Comedy in Five Acts by Thomas Morton, Who wants a Guinea? A Comedy in Five Acts by George Colman, the younger and Werter; A Tragedy in Three Acts by F Reynolds; volume IV: Duplicity; A Comedy in Five Acts, The School for Arrogance; A Comedy in Five Acts and Seduction; A Comedy in Five Acts by Thomas Holcroft, The School for Prejudice; A Comedy in Five Acts by Thomas Dibdin and He's much to Blame; A Comedy in Five Acts; volume V: False Impressions; A Comedy in Five Acts, The Mysterious Husband; A Tragedy in Five Acts, The Box-Lobby Challenge; A Comedy in Five Acts, The Natural Son; A Comedy in Five Acts and The Carmelite, A Tragedy in Five Acts by Richard Cumberland; volume VI: The Imposters; A Comedy in Five Acts by Richard Cumberland, The Wife of Two Husbands; A Musical Drama in Three Acts and Ramah Droog; A Comic Opera in Three Acts by James Cobb, The Law of Lombardy, A Tragedy in Five Acts and Braganza; A Tragedy in Five Acts by Robert Jephson; volume VII: I'll tell you What; A Comedy in Five Acts, Next Door Neighbours; A Comedy in Three Acts, The Wise Man of the East. A Comedy in Five Acts from the German of Kotzebue and Percy, A Tragedy in Five Acts by Mrs Inchbald and A Trip to Scarborough by Richard Brinsley Sheridan; volume VIII: Matilda; A Tragedy in Five Acts by the author of the Earl of Warwick, Mary, Queen of Scots; A Tragedy in Five Acts by the Hon John St John, The Fugitive; A Comedy in Five Acts by Joseph Richardson, He would be a Soldier; A Comedy in Five Acts by Frederic Philon and England Preserved; A Tragedy in Five Acts by George Watson; volume IX: The Bank Note; or Lessons for Ladies. A Comedy in Five Acts by William Macready, The Chapter of Accidents. A Comedy in Five Acts by Miss Lee, The English Merchant, A Comedy in Five Acts by George Colman, Henry the Second, or The Fall of Rosamond. A Tragedy by Thomas Hull and The School for Wives, A Comedy in Five Acts; volume X: Fashionable Levities; A Comedy in Five Acts by Leonard Macnally, Times a Tell-Tale: A Comedy in Five Acts by Henry Siddons, Which is the Man? A Comedy in Five Acts by Mrs Cowley, Lie of a Day: A Comedy in Three Acts and What is She? A Comedy in Five Acts; first edition; 347, 353, 319, 411, 336, 325, 309, 362, 396 and 346 pages;
£300.00