Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868

Variant names

Hide Profile

Epithet: dramatist

British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001124.0x000257

Archival Resources
Role Title Holding Repository
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XCIII (ff. 912). Sept.-Dec. 1840 (see also 42960, art. 7), except artt. 9, 20 (Sept.-Oct. 1841). (1) 'Master Clarke', by T. J. Serle. ff. 67-69, 81 are autograph. ff. 2-83. (2) 'Robespierre or the Fête Day and the Fall'... British Library
creatorOf 'The man of many friends', comedy in three acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 31 August 1855 for performance at the Theatre Royal Haymarket 1 September 1855. Request for licence written and signed by J. B. Buckstone. Songs included in MS. Revisio... British Library
creatorOf 'Samuel in search of himself', farce in one act by J. S. Coyne and H. C. Coape. Licence sent 5 March 1858 for performance at the Princess's 5 April 1858. Speaking cues and stage directions underlined in red. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the st... British Library
creatorOf 'The secret agent', comedy in two acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 2 March 1855 for performance at the Haymarket 5 March 1855. Request for licence written and signed by J. B. Buckstone. Revisions throughout. Some revisions pasted in. Several d... British Library
creatorOf 'Leo the terrible, a fable for the present day', burlesque. Licence sent 18 December 1852 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 27 December 1852. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. Written in a number of differ... British Library
creatorOf 'The victims of fraud' ('Fraud and its victims'), drama in a prologue and four acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 2 April 1857 for performance at the Surrey 2 March 1857. Intended performance date listed on cover is 2 March 1857. 'J. Stirling Coyn... British Library
creatorOf Love knot, comedy in three acts by J. S. Coyne. Printed (Lacy's acting edition, vol. 35, no. 511). Licence sent 8 March 1858 for performance that day at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Letter written on Dramatic Authors Society stationery from the... British Library
creatorOf Macready, William Charles, 1793-1873. Letter to Westland Marston and J. Stirling Coyne. Cheltenham, Eng. 1863 Dec. 25. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf ‘Urgent private affairs’, farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 5 January 1856 for performance at the Adelphi 7 January 1856. Request for licence written and signed B. Webster. Keywords: doctors and medicine, military, Ratcatcher’s Daught... British Library
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. The signal rocket [microform] : a drama in two acts. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
creatorOf Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870. Letter to Stirling Coyne. Crewling. [1863] Monday. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf 'The little rebel', farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 27 March 1861 for performance at the Olympic. Numerous cuts and additions in ink, paste-ins and cues in pencil. Contains words for songs. Listed under 'The rebel (little)' in LCO ... British Library
creatorOf 'Black sheep', comedy in three acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 18 April 1861 for performance on 22 April at the Haymarket. Actors’ names listed next to dramatis personæ. Cues and stage positions marked in pencil, amendments in red pencil, cuts ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXIV (ff. 897). Sept.-Dec. 1836, except art. 6 (June 1836). (1) 'The Tradesman's Ball', by G. A. À Beckett. ff. 2-26. (2) 'Novelty or New Scenes and Old Faces', by W. L. Rede. ff. 27-37 b. (3) 'The Gaberlunzie Man', b... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CVI (ff. 1089). Oct.-Dec. 1843. (1) 'The Shark of the Atlantic! or the Fight for the Beacon' al. 'Shark of the Atlantic or the Spectre of the Chapel' al. 'Shark of the Atlantic or the Spectre of the Ruins' altered from ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLIV (ff. 1113). Oct.-Dec. 1847 (see also 43007). (1) 'Une Fille Terrible', by E. Deligny. French. Printed (1846). ff. 2-13b. (2) 'Le Chef-d'OEuvre Inconnu', by C. Lafont. French. Printed (n.d.). ff. 14-25 b. (3) 'Fre... British Library
creatorOf 'The hope of the family' ('Borrowed plumes'), comedy in three acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 14 November 1853 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 19 November 1853. Revisions throughout. Different types of paper with additional text... British Library
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. My wife's daughter [microform] : a drama in 2 acts / [by J. Stirling Coyne]. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. Copy in the hand of J.B. Roberts of Fraud and its victims, or, Life in New York, a drama in six acts by Joseph Stirling Coyne [manuscript], ca. 1880. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887. Letter to [Stirling] Coyne. Wiltshire, Eng. [18--] University of Iowa Libraries
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXVIII (ff. 1156) Jan.-Feb. 1851. (1) 'Belphegor the Mountebank or the Pride of Birth', by B. N. Webster. ff. 2-42. (2) 'Martha, the Factory Girl'. ff. 43-66b. (3) 'The Old Love and the New', by R. Sulivan. ff. 67-157b... British Library
creatorOf 'What will they say at Brompton?', farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 31 August 1857 for performance at the Olympic 23 November 1857. Cover signed Stirling Coyne but crossed out. Actors' names listed alongside dramatis personae. Revis... British Library
creatorOf Hood, Tom, 1835-1874. Letter to [Joseph Stirling] Coyne. War Office. 1864 Nov. 8. University of Iowa Libraries
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CI (ff. 973). Oct.-Dec. 1842. (1) 'Twankey and Son'. ff. 2-83. (2) 'Anthony and Cleopatra', by C. Selby. ff. 84-109. (3) 'The Belle of the Hotel or American Sketches', by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 110 b, 127 are autograph. f... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXVIII (ff. 1072). Feb.-April 1846 (see also 43007, art. 7). (1) 'Crusaders' al. 'The Betrothed, a Tale of the Crusades', by A. Bunn. ff. 3-74 b. (2) 'The Marble Maiden or Playing at Marbles' al. 'Playing at Marbles', ... British Library
creatorOf 'Nothing venture nothing win', comedy in two acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 31 March 1858 for performance at the Strand. Also published in Lacy's, vol. 35, no. 521. Keywords: aristocracy, French influence, eighteenth-century settings, sport, f... British Library
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. A new and peculiar scene in the life of an unprotected female [microform] / by J. Stirling Coyne. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
referencedIn John Lawrence Toole autograph collection, 1750-1903 and undated. Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLIII (ff. 997). Feb.-April 1849 (see also 43010, artt. 5-9). (1) 'Glendwyr of Snowdon or the Rock of Death', by C. Webb. ff. 2-73. (2) 'The Toddyhighs', by J. H. Horncastle. ff. 74-101 b. (3) 'Afloat and Ashore or Brit... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CX (ff. 953). March-April 1844. (1) 'The Giant's Causeway! or the Slumber of Wonders!!' al. 'O'Roon (altered from Rory O'Roon) and the Fairies of the Giant's Causeway!' alteredfrom 'Whisky and Wonders or Rory O'Roon and... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLVI (ff. 1156). March-April 1848, except artt. 5-9 (March 1849). (1) Alterations to 'The Yew Tree Ruins' ('The Yew Tree Ruins or the Wreck, the Miser and the Murderer'), by J. T. Haines. ff. 2-14. (2) 'Never travel du... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXXV (ff. 794). Oct.-Dec. 1838 (see also 42950, art. 16). (1) 'The Bayaderes' ('Buy-em-dears alias Bay-a-deres'), by Miss E. Rouse. ff. 2-33. (2) 'The Printer's Devil', by J. R. Planché. ff. 34-51. (3) 'The Sign Manuel... British Library
creatorOf 'Latest from New York' ('Nine points of the law', 'One plague drives out another', A Yankee trap for our old bird', 'Seraphina Serena Sprout'), farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 27 June 1857 for performance at the Adelphi. 'One of the ... British Library
creatorOf 'The pet of the parterre'' (Pets of the parterre, or, Love in a garden), vaudeville in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 3 November 1860 for performance at the Lyceum. Cited in Nicoll and published in Lacy's, vol. 48, no. 716, as Pets of the pa... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XCIX (ff. 910). April-July 1842 (see also 42962). (1) 'Intimate Friends'. ff. 2-72. (2) 'Jack in the Water or the Ladder of Life', by W. L. Rede, lacking Act 3, Scene 5 and part of Scene 6 (the last page forms 42964, ar... British Library
creatorOf 'Fairy circle', or, Con O'Carrolius dream', drama in two acts. Licence sent 7 July 1857 for performance at the Adelphi 6 July 1857. Revisions and additions to stage directions written in a different hand. At least one diagram included. Prompter’... British Library
creatorOf ‘A duel in the dark’, farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 12 January 1852 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 14 January 1852. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 records the s... British Library
creatorOf 'Angel or devil', drama in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 7 April 1857 for performance at the Lyceum 2 March 1857. Intended date of performance is listed on cover as 2 March 1857. Published in Lacy's, vol. 29, no. 434. Keywords: French inf... British Library
creatorOf Barnum, P. T. (Phineas Taylor), 1810-1891. Letter to Stirling Coyne. [London, Eng.]. [18--] University of Iowa Libraries
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXXII (ff. 1086). Aug.-Oct. 1846, except art. 25 (June I846). (1) 'May Marsden and Foul Weather Jack', [by C. Z. Barnett?], Acts 1 and 2. ff. 2-33. (2) 'The Origin of Powder' altered from 'The Rape of the Barber or the... British Library
creatorOf ‘The talking fish’, sketch in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 25 May 1859 for performance at the Adelphi. Alteration of the licensed farce ‘Catching a mermaid’, (Olympic, 20 October 1855). LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation that... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XCVI (ff. 991). Sept.-Dec. 1841 (see also 42957, artt. 9, 20), except art. 7 (Oct. 1840). (1) 'Vanity! or what will the World say?' ('What will the World say?'), by M. Lemon. f. 49 b autograph. ff. 3-102. (2) 'Hans of I... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CIX (ff. 1155). Feb.-March 1844. (1) 'Richard the Third', by J. S. Coyne. ff. 2-19. (2) 'Zopyrus, the Hero of Persia', by W. Cooper. ff. 20-55 b. (3) 'The Twenty Fourth of May!!', by T. H. Reynoldson. Autograph ff. 56-7... British Library
creatorOf 'The lost husband', farce in one act by Stirling Coyne. Licence sent 2 September 1862 to be performed 1 September at the Haymarket. Numerous cuts marked in ink, cues in pencil and paste-ins.ff. 30.Joseph Stirling Coyne, dramatist: Plays by, submit... British Library
referencedIn Broadside announcing a performance on board Matthew C. Perry's ship Powhatan, 1854 Apr. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXV (ff. 910). July-Oct. 1850. (1) 'The Musician's Daughter or the Lovers of Heidelburg', by J. Courtney. ff. 2-29. (2) ['L'Ebrea' al. 'The Jewess'], by P. Giannone. Italian, with English translation. Printed [1850]. f... British Library
referencedIn Broadside announcing a performance on board Matthew C. Perry's ship Powhatan, 1854 Apr. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. The vicar of Wakefield [microform]. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. The mistress of arts [microform] : a burletta in one act / [by J.S. Coyne]. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
creatorOf ‘Wanted. 1,000 spirited young milliners for the gold diggings’, farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 2 October 1852 for performance at the Olympic 2 October 1852. ‘Willm Farren, Manager’ appears on title page. Revisions not the work of t... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXVI (ff. 1007). Jan.-March 1837, except art. 25 (March 1836). (1) 'The Duchess de la Vallière', by Lord Lytton. Printed (1836). ff. 1-104 b. (2) 'The Wager or how to furnish a House without Money', by J. Parry. ff. 1... British Library
creatorOf 'Catching a mermaid', an ‘amphibious piece of extravagance’ by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 15 October 1855 for performance at the Royal Olympic 20 October 1855. Revisions throughout. Published in Lacy's, vol. 24, no. 353. Keywords: theatre, festiv... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. VOL. CXLI (ff. 1130). June-Sept. 1847. (1) 'The Round of Intrigue or which is the Right One?', by J. Clarance. ff. 2-64. (2) 'From Nine till Ten!!!' ('The Ninth Hour'), by H. R. Addison. ff. 65-104. (3) 'Settling Accounts wi... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XCI (ff. 974). March-June 1840 (see also 42958, art. 31). (1) 'The Bald Head', by T. Browne. ff. 2b-40. (2) 'A Royal Commission' ('A Royal Commission from Paris'). ff. 4 1-80. (3) 'How to pay the Rent', by W. G. T. Powe... British Library
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. The Tipperary legacy [microform]. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXXI (ff. 821). Jan.-April 1838. (1) 'Shocking Events', by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 2-19 b. (2) 'The Dancing Barber', by C. Selby. ff. 20-75. (3) 'The Confounded Foreigners', by J. H. Reynolds. ff. 76-106. (4) 'Our Mary An... British Library
creatorOf 'A terrible secret', farce in one act by F. S. Coyne. Licence sent 26 October 1861 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Signed E. J. Smith, lessee. Published in Lacy’s, vol. 53, no. 782.ff. 29.Joseph Stirling Coyne, dramatist: Plays ... British Library
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. The world of dreams [microform]. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
creatorOf Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. She wants a guardian, or, They took the will for the dead [microform] : a farce in one act / by J. Stirling Coyne. Old Dominion University, Old Dominion University Libraries
creatorOf ‘Box and Cox married and settled’, farce in one act by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 7 October 1852 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 12 October 1852. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 r... British Library
creatorOf 'Mr. Buckstone at home, or, The manager and his friends' (Buckstone at home; or, The manager and his friends), extravaganza by J. S. Coyne. No details of licence noted on script for the performance at the Haymarket, but LCO Day Book Add. 52703 recor... British Library
creatorOf Lewes, George Henry, 1817-1878. Letters, 1840-1866. University of Iowa Libraries
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLV (ff. 1096). Jan.-March 1848 (see also 42999, artt. 9-14, 43000, artt. 13-18, 43001, artt. 4-11). (1) 'The Young Guard' altered from 'The Andalusians', by G. Soane. ff. 39-45b, 46b, 48b, and the original text on ff.... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXX (ff. 903). 1837. (1) 'Mr Ferguson' al. 'It's All very well Mr Ferguson but you can't sleep here', by W. E. Suter. ff. 2-25 b. (2) 'Why did he die?' ('Why did you die?'), by C. J. Mathews. ff. 26-72. (3) 'The Love-C..., 1837 British Library
creatorOf 'Willikind and his Dinah', ‘grand dolefully pathetic’ tragedy in one act. Licence sent 10 March 1854 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 15 March 1854. Request for licence written and signed by J. B. Buckstone. Songs included or liste... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXII (ff. 964). March-April 1850. (1) 'The Three Cuckoos or the Ticklish Times', by J. M. Morton. ff. 2-49. (2) 'Il Franco Arciero' al. 'Der Freischütz'. Italian, with English translation. Printed (1850). ff. 50-80b. (... British Library
creatorOf ‘Everybody’s friend’ ('The widow hunt'), comedy in five acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 31 March 1859 for performance at the Haymarket on 2 April 1859. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation that all oaths be omitted. MS contains exten... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXIV (ff. 1043). Sept.-Oct. 1844. (1) 'The Lilly of the Valley or the Dumb Boy of the Mill'. ff. 2-56. (2) 'Mother and Son!'. ff. 57-132. (3) 'Outgeneraled or a Hint to Bachelors' al. 'A Leaf for Bachelors'. ff. 133-149... British Library
creatorOf 'The old chateau, or, A night of peril', drama in three acts by J. S. Coyne. Licence sent 21 July 1854 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket 24 July 1854. Actors’ names listed alongside dramatis personae. 'Examiner abroad for 7 days' no... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLX (ff. 1061). Jan.-Feb. 1850. (1) 'The Valley of Tears', Act 2 (Act 1 forms 43031, art. 14). ff. 2-20. (2) 'The Oldest Inhabitant', by M. Lemon. Autograph. ff. 21-98. (3) 'Fashion or Life in New York', by Anna C. Mowa... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLVII (ff. 1072). Sept.-Nov. 1849, except art. 1 (Sept. 1848). (1) 'Leoline', [by T. H. Reynoldson?]. Autograph (?). ff. 2-35. (2) 'Don Giovanni', by T. H. Reynoldson, Act 1 (Act 2 forms 43023, art. 18). Autograph (?). ..., 1848-1849 British Library
creatorOf Fitzball, Edward, 1792-1873,. Autograph letter signed from Edward Fitzball, Kent, to Joseph Stirling Coyne [manuscript], 1868 June 24. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLA1N'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLV111 (ff. 1144). May-June 1848. (1) 'A Fairy Tale'. ff. 2-34. (2) 'The Lords of Ellingham', by H. Spicer. Printed (1843). ff. 35-76b. (3) 'The Daughter (al. Child) of the Regiment' altered from 'La Fille du Régiment'... British Library
referencedIn Vol. XCI ( ff. 300 ). 1 Jan. 1839 -27 Dec. 1843.includes:f. 1 Edmund Carrington, contributor to the magazine 'Bentley's Miscellany': Receipted accompt with R. Bentley: 1839.: Signed.ff. 2, 12 (signed) Arthur Crookshank, alias 'Tristram Merrythou... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXV (ff. 960). Nov. 1845 (see also 42990, art. 39). (1) 'The Ruined House at Millbanke', by T. P. Taylor. ff. 2-28. (2) 'The Princess who was changed into a Deer'. ff. 29-73 b. (3) 'Maritana', by E. Fitzball. ff. 74-18... British Library
Role Title Holding Repository
Relation Name
associatedWith Adelphi Theatre (London, England) corporateBody
associatedWith Barnum, P. T. (Phineas Taylor), 1810-1891. person
associatedWith Falconer, Edmund, 1814-1879. person
associatedWith Farren, William, 1786-1861. person
correspondedWith Fitzball, Edward, 1792-1873, person
associatedWith Haymarket Theatre (London, England) corporateBody
associatedWith Hood, Tom, 1835-1874. person
associatedWith Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870. person
associatedWith Lewes, George Henry, 1817-1878. person
associatedWith Macready, William Charles, 1793-1873. person
associatedWith Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887. person
associatedWith Olympic Theatre (London, England) corporateBody
associatedWith Roberts, J. B., fl. ca. 1880, person
associatedWith St. James's Theatre. corporateBody
associatedWith Strand Theatre (1832-1905) corporateBody
correspondedWith Toole, John Lawrence, 1830-1906 person
associatedWith Webster, Benjamin, 1797-1882. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Subject
Occupation
Function

Person

Birth 1803

Death 1868

Britons

English

Information

Permalink: http://n2t.net/ark:/99166/w6md0cbk

Ark ID: w6md0cbk

SNAC ID: 38725000