The dramatic works, with prefatory memoir and notes.


New York, B. Blom [1967] .

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Subjects English drama -- Restoration, 1660-1700.
Series Dramatists of the Restoration.
Description 4 v. 21 cm.
Notes Reprint of the 1874 ed.
Also issued online.
Contents v. 1. Juliana. The history of Charles the Eighth of France. Calisto. Notices of performers in Calisto. Prologue to Horace, spoken by the Duchess of Monmouth.--v. 2. Thyestes. City politicks. The destruction of Jerusalem, pts. 1.--v. 3. The country wit. The ambitious statesman; or, The loyal favourite. Sir Courtly Nice; or, It cannot be. Darius.--v. 4. The English friar; or, The town sparks. Regulus. The married beau; or The curious impertinent. Caligula.
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