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creatorOf ‘The great Russian bear, or, Another retreat from Moscow’, farce in one act by Thomas Morton. Licence sent 28 September 1859 for performance at the St. James's. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation that all oaths be omitted. Paste-in a... British Library
creatorOf 'Gotobed Tom', farce in one act by Thomas Morton. Licence sent 24 November 1852 for performance at the Olympic 25 November 1852. Cover signed by Will Farren, Manager. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 records the stipulation that all oaths be omitted. Key... British Library
referencedIn (XXVIII. ff. 296). 12 Sept.-31 Dec. 1783.includes:f. 1 Colonel James Seton: Letters to Sir R. M. Keith: 1783, 1784. ff. 3, 47, 160 Nathaniel Green, Consul at Trieste and (1787) at Nice: Letters to Sir R. M. Keith: 1775 -1790. ff. 5, 11, 21, 49, 62... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XVII (ff. 569). Nov.-Dec. 1826. (1) 'A Card or John Street, Adelphi' altered from 'Cards of Address' ('A Card! 23 John Street, Adelphi'), by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 2-24. (2) 'The Flying Dutchman! or the Phantom Ship!', by... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLA1N'S PLAYS. Vol. CL (ff. 975). Sept.-Nov. 1848. (1) 'First Friendship or a Soldier's March from the Cradle to the Grave', by G. D. Pitt. ff. 2-69. (2) 'Dark Donald, the Idiot of the Cliff, or the Dogs of Loch Lomond', by S. Atkyns. ff. ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XXXVIII (ff. 616). May-June 1830. (1) 'Adolphus Pumpernickel', by C. M. Mueller. ff. 1-67. (2) 'Le Procès du Fandango ou la Fandangomanie', by P. Y. Barré, J. B. Radet and 'Monsieur Desfontaines'. French. Printed (1810)... British Library
creatorOf British Records Association Collection. Vol. IV (ff. 329). General Correspondence; aft. 1810-1858, n.d. Selectively indexed.includes:ff. 11-14b, 20, 26-31b, 36 Alexandre Bravo, of Kingston, Jamaica: Letters to T. J. Serle,: 1812-1816.ff. 13-15b, 21... British Library
referencedIn 1. REGISTER of marriages celebrated in the church of St. Peter, within the Tower of London; 9 Dec. 1613-8 May, 1617, f. 23. 2. Note of burials in the same; 3 June, 1614-22 May, 1615, f. 45. Interspersed are accounts of money received and spent chiefl..., 1613-1635 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XXX (ff. 700). Jan.-March 1829. (1) 'Caswallon, the Briton Chief', by C. E. Walker. ff. 1-45. (2) 'Master's Rival or a Day at Boulogne' altered from 'A Day at Boulogne', by R. B. Peake. ff. 46-85. (3) 'The Widows Bewitc... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XCVII (ff. 886). Jan.-March 1842. (1) 'The Pawnbroker's Window', by E. Stirling. Autograph. ff. 2-29. (2) 'Elena Uberti'. ff. 30-71. (3) 'The Prisoner of War', by D. W. Jerrold. ff. 72-123 b. (4) 'Marriage', by R. Bell.... British Library
creatorOf 'A pretty piece of business', farce in one act by Thomas Morton the younger. Licence sent 27 October 1853 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 1 November 1853. Request for licence written and signed by J. B. Buckstone. Published in Lac... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XLI (ff. 563). Nov.-Dec. 1830. (1) 'The Chancery Suit or Wanted a Title', by R. B. Peake. ff. 1-31 b. (2) 'The Water Witch or the Skimmer of the Sea', by W. B. Bernard. ff. 32-93 b. (3) 'Was I to blame?', by G. H. B. Ro... British Library
referencedIn Vol. XII. 1. "Fortunatus and his Sons; or the Magic Purse and Wishing Cap," a melodramatic Romance; 12 Apr. 1819, f. 1. 2. "The Heart of Mid-Lothian," a musical drama; 17 Apr. 1819. [The words by D. Terry.] f. 4-0. 3. "A Roland for an Oliver," a musi... British Library
referencedIn THORESBY PAPERS. Vol. I (ff. 309). Letters, etc., of Archbishops and Bishops arranged in alphabetical order of see; circ. 1551-1721. Latin and English. At the beginning are lists made by R. Thoresby of his collections of original letters and the sour..., approximately 1551-1721 British Library
referencedIn (XXVII. 9. 286). 1 June-11 Sept. 1783.includes:f. 1 David Louis Constant de Rebecque, Lieutenant -General, Baron de Constant de Rebecque: Letters to Sir R. M. Keith: 1783-1784. ff. 3, 9, 29, 44, 56, 81, 102, 118, 131, 141, 152, 172, 177, 192, 221, 2... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL, letters of literary men, actors, etc., addressed principally to Frederic Reynolds, the play-writer, and various members of his family; 1759-1839, viz. :-[George James Welbore Agar-Ellis, 1st Baron] Dover; Roehampton, 10 Oct. 1832. With seal..., 1759-1839 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXX (ff. 816). Jan.-Feb. 1836. (1) 'A Ghost Story', by T. J. Serle. ff. 2-69. (2) 'An Hour or a Carnival Frolic', by N. T. H. Bayly. ff. 70-113. (3) 'Luke Somerton', by G. Soane. ff. 114-148. (4) 'Monsr Jaques', by M. B... British Library
creatorOf ‘Sink or swim’, a drama in two acts by Thomas Morton, Jr. Licence sent 27 July 1852 for performance at the Royal Olympic 2 August 1852. Signed by manager, W. Farren. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 records the stipulation that a few words be omitted. Pu... British Library
referencedIn The life of Edmund Kean : from published and original sources, extra-illustrated Houghton Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. C (ff. 1127). Aug.-Oct. 1842. (1) 'The Artizan's Daughter or the Broken Home'. ff. 2-32. (2) 'The Love Birds or the Birds of Paradise'. ff. 33-68. (3) 'Falstaff', by S. M. Maggioni. Italian, with English translation. Pr... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXIII (ff. 1169). Aug.-Sept. 1845. (1) 'The Rover's Secret or the Bridge of St Martin', by E. Stirling. Autograph. ff. 2-40 b. (2) Address for the Royal Albert Saloon. ff. 41-44 b. (3) 'The White Slave or Murder and Mi... British Library
referencedIn THURLOE PAPERS. Vol. I (ff. 274). (1) Thomas Wharton, Baron Wharton, 1696, and (1715) Marquess, to William III, on the state of the country; 25 Dec. 1689. Copy. For another copy see Add. MS. 4107, f. 78. ff. 2-10. (2) Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of S... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXX (ff. 1135). April-May 1845 (see also 42983). (1) 'Who's the Papa? or my New Counterpane'. ff. 2-45. (2) 'L'Habeas Corpus ou Liberté Libertas', by C. Varin and 'L. Boyer'. French. Printed [1845]. ff. 46-55 b. (3) 'Le... British Library
referencedIn Houghton Library. Houghton Library printed book provenance file, L-Q. 1942. Houghton Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XXV (ff. 659). Jan.-March 1828. (1) 'Edward the Black Prince or she never told her Love', by F. Reynolds. ff. 1-116. (2) 'Conrad and Christine' altered from 'Conrad and his Rival'. ff. 117-142. (3) 'In Search of a Wife... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XXIX (ff. 672). Nov.-Dec. 1828, except art. 3 (Nov. 1831). (1) 'The Castle of Wolfenstein or the Accusing Spirit' altered from 'The Accusing Spirit', by T. J. Thackeray. ff. 1-33. (2) 'Sublime and Beautiful', by T. Mort... British Library
referencedIn John Dury, Minister to the English Merchants Companies at Elbing and at Rotterdam: Negotiations for the unity of Protestant Communities: 1633-1636.: Lat.includes:ff. 16-91 Josias Glaser, Swedish Resident at Strasburg: Letters to, from Prof. Dorsch,... British Library
referencedIn "GESTA BRITANNICA, præsortim Anglorum, adjectis aliquot observationibus, maxime in iis quæ, ad ecclesiam a temporibus retroactis ad A.D. mdcxlviii [Jan. 1648/9] spectant."The work, which is apparently autograph, is divided into ten books, the last th... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CVII (ff. 997). Dec. 1843. (1) 'Harlequin Tam O' Shanter and his Steed Meg! or the Witches of Alloway Kirk!', by R. N. Lee. ff. 2-30 b. (2) 'Beds for Two', by E. Stirling. ff. 31-45 b. (3) 'The Marriage Certificate', [b... British Library
referencedIn Charles I of England: Proceedings in Parliament: 1625-1646.includes:f. 1 Sir Thomas Wentworth, afterwards Earl of Strafford: Articles of his accusation for high treason: 1640.f. 3 Sir Edward Dering, 1st Baronet: Speech in Parliament on the Papist... British Library
creatorOf ‘The writing on the wall’, drama in three acts by J. M. Morton and Thomas Morton. Licence sent 29 July 1852 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 2 August 1852. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. Extensive revis... British Library
referencedIn John Dury, Minister to the English Merchants Companies at Elbing and at Rotterdam: Epistolarum de mediis concordiæ evangelicæ procurandis apographa: 17th cent.includes:f. 1 Goetz, Chancellor of the Elector of Brandenburg: Letter to, from J. Dury: 1... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CV (ff. 1025). Oct. 1843. (1) 'Madelaine'. ff. 1-16 b. (2) 'Slight Mistakes', by J. M. Morton. Autograph. ff. 17-57 b. (3) 'The Road of Life or Romance and Reality' ('The Road of Life or Lights and Shadows'), by E. L. L... British Library
referencedIn JESSOP PAPERS. Vol. I (ff. 185). Miscellaneous official and private correspondence and papers of Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex; 1614 -1646, n.d.Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex: Correspondence and papers of and rel. to: 17th cent.includes:ff...., 1614-1646 British Library
referencedIn WEST PAPERS. Vol. IV. (ff. 450). Correspondence of members of the Mariett family, of Alscot in Preston-on-Stour, co. Glouc., chiefly of Thomas Mariett (ob. 1691), Sheriff of co. Warw. (1678) and M.P. (1681), and John Mariett, his son, Commissioner of..., 1623-1717 British Library
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