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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 8. The Age of Dryden.


VII. The Restoration Drama.

Bibliography.


See, also, the bibliographies to Chaps. 1 (last section), V C, and VI A. An account of several of the authors under notice will be found in the Dictionary of National Biography; while their principal plays are reprinted in Bell’s British Theatre, 24 vols., 1776–84; The British Drama, 2 vols., 1824–6; The Modern British Drama, 5 vols., 1811; and Mrs. Inchbald’s British Theatre, Collection of Farces, and Modern Theatre, 42 vols., 1808–15.

ANON.

The Imperial Tragedy. By a gentleman. 1669. [Not by Sir William Killigrew.]

JOHN BANKS

The Rival Kings, or The Loves of Oroondates and Statira. A Tragedy, acted at the Theatre Royal. 1677. [Founded on La Calprenède’s Cassandre.]
The Destruction of Troy. A Tragedy acted at His Royal Highness the Duke’s Theatre. 1679.
The Unhappy Favourite, or The Earl of Essex. A Tragedy, acted at the Theatre Royal, by their Majesty’s Servants. 1682. Prologue and epilogue by Dryden.
Vertue Betray’d, or Anna Bullen. A Tragedy, acted at His Royal Highness the Duke’s Theatre. 1682.
The Island Queens, or The Death of Mary Queen of Scotland. 1684. [It was at first forbidden to act this piece; but it was subsequently acted under the name of The Albion Queens.]
The Innocent Usurper, or The Death of the Lady Jane Gray. A Tragedy. 1694.
Cyrus the Great, or The Tragedy of Love, as it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields, by His Majesties Servants. 1696. [Taken from Madeleine de Scudéry’s Le Grand Cyrus.]

ROBERT BARON (fl. 1645).

Mirza. A Tragedie, really acted in Persia in the last age. [c. 1647.]

MRS. APHRA BEHN


See bibliography to Chap. V A, ante.


SIR WILLIAM BERKELEY (d. 1677)

The Lost Lady. A tragi-comedy. 1639.

WILLIAM CHAMBERLAYNE (1619–1689)

Love’s Victory. A Tragi-Comedy. 1658.
Wits led by the Nose. (New version of Love’s Victory.) 1678.

CATHARINE COCKBURN (MRS. TROTTER) (1679–1749)

Agnes de Castro. A Tragedy. 1696.
Fatal Friendship. A Tragedy. 1698.
Love at a Loss. A Tragedy. 1701.
The Revolutions of Sweden. 1706.



JOHN CROWNE

(1) Plays

Dramatic Works. With prefatory memoir and notes by Maidment, J. and Logan, W. H. 4 vols. Edinburgh, 1873–7.
Part of the series called Dramatists of the Restoration. Contains: Juliana; The History of Charles VIII of France; Calisto; Thyestes; City Politiques; The Destruction of Jerusalem; The Countrey Wit; The Ambitious Statesman; Sir Courtly Nice; Darius; The English Frier; Regulus; The Married Beau; Caligula.
Juliana, or the Princess of Poland. A Tragi-Comedy as it is acted at his Royal Highness the Duke of York’s Theatre. 1671.
The History of Charles the Eighth of France, or the Invasion of Naples by the French, as it is acted at his Highness the Duke of York’s Theater. 1672.
Andromache. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1675. Trans. from Racine.
The Prologue to Calistho, with the Chorus’s between the Acts. 1675.
Calisto, or the Chast Nymph. The late Masque at Court as it was frequently presented there by several persons of great Quality. With the Prologue and the Songs between the Acts. 1675.
The Countrey Wit. A Comedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1675.
The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus Vespasian, in Two Parts, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal. 1677.
The Ambitious Statesman, or the Loyal Favourite, as it was acted at the Theatre Royal by his Majesty’s Servants. 1679.
The Misery of Civil-War. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Duke’s Theatre by his Royal Highnesses Servants. 1680. Re-issued in 1681 as Henry the Sixth, the Second Part, or the Misery of Civil-War.
Henry the Sixth, the First Part. With the Murder of Humphrey, Duke of Glocester, as it was acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1681.
Thyestes. A Tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal. 1681.
City Politiques. A Comedy as it is acted by his Majesty’s Servants. 1683.
Sir Courtly Nice, or It cannot be. A Comedy as it is acted by his Majesties Servants. 1685. Translated into German. Bremen, 1767.
Darius, King of Persia. A Tragedy as it is acted by their Majesties Servants. 1688.
The English Frier, or the Town Sparks. A Comedy as it is acted by their Majesty’s Servants. 1690.
Regulus. A Tragedy as it is acted by their Majesties Servants. 1694. Produced in 1692.
The Married Beau, or the Curious Impertinent. A Comedy acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. 1694.
Caligula. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by his Majesty’s Servants. 1698.

(2) Other Works

Pandion and Amphigenia, or the history of the coy Lady of Thessalia. Adorned with sculptures. 1665.
A Poem on the lamented death of king Charles the II. With a Congratulation to the happy succession of king James the II. 1685.
Dœneids. An heroique poem in four cantos. 1692. [Trans. from the Lutrin of Boileau, with alterations and suppressions.]
The history of the famous love between a fair noble Parisian Lady, and a beautiful young Singing-Man. An heroic poem in four cantos, being an imitation of Virgil’s Dido and Æneas. 1692.

JOHN DENNIS

A Plot and No Plot. A Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. [1697.]
Rinaldo and Armida. A Tragedy, acted at Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Field. 1699.
Iphigenia. A Tragedy, acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields. 1700.
The Comical Gallant, or the Amours of Sir John Falstaffe. A Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, in Drury Lane, by His Majesty’s Servants. 1702. [Altered from The Merry Wives of Windsor.]
Liberty Asserted. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields. 1704.
Gibraltar, or The Spanish Adventure. A Comedy. 1705.
Appius and Virginia. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by Her Majesty’s Sworn Servants. [1709.] [Adapted from Webster.]
The Invader of his Country, or The Fatal Resentment. A Tragedy. 1720.
See, also, bibliography to Chap. VI B, ante.

THOMAS GOFFE (1591–1629)

The Raging Turke; or, Bajazet the Second. 1631. Rptd. 1656.

GEORGE GRANVILLE, LORD LANSDOWNE

The She-Gallants. A Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields by His Majesty’s Servants. 1696.
Heroick Love. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields. 1698.
The Jew of Venice. A Comedy. 1701.
The British Enchanters, or No Magic like Love. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Queen’s Theatre in the Hay-Market by Her Majesty’s Sworn Servants. 1706.
Three Plays, viz. The She-Gallants, Heroick Love, and the Jew of Venice. 1713.
Four Plays, viz. Heroick Love, The Jew of Venice, The She-Gallants, The British Enchanters. 1732.

JOSEPH HARRIS (fl. 1666–1699)

The Mistakes, or The False Report. 1691.
Love’s a Lottery. 1699.

CHARLES HOPKINS (1664–1700)

Pyrrhus, King of Epirus. A Tragedy. 1695.
Neglected Virtue. A Play. 1696.
Boadicea, Queen of Britain. A Tragedy. 1697.
Friendship Improved, or The Female Warrior. A Tragedy. 1700.

JOHN HUGHES

Calypso and Telemachus. An Opera. 1712.
Apollo and Daphne. A Masque. 1716.
The Siege of Damascus. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, in Drury Lane. By His Majesty’s Servants. 1720.

WILLIAM JOYNER (1622–1706)

The Roman Empress. A Tragedy. 1671.

NATHANIEL LEE


(1) Works

Works. 2 vols. 1713. 3 vols. 1722. 3 vols. 1734–6.
The Tragedy of Nero, Emperour of Rome; as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by his Majesties Servants. 1675. Re-issued in 1676 as Piso’s Conspiracy.
Sophonisba, or Hannibal’s Overthrow. A Tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. Prologue by Dryden. 1676.
Gloriana, or the Court of Augustus Caesar. Acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. 1676.
The Rival Queens, or the Death of Alexander the Great. Acted at the Theatre Royal. By their Majesties Servants. Congratulatory verses by Dryden. 1677. Called Alexander the Great in later editions. Ed. Kemble, J. P. 1796, 1815.
Mithridates, King of Pontus. A Tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. Epilogue by Dryden. 1678. Ed. Kemble, J. P. 1797, 1802.
Œdipus. A Tragedy as it is acted at his Royal Highness the Duke’s Theatre. The Authors, Mr. Dryden and Mr. Lee. 1679.
Cæsar Borgia, son of Pope Alexander the Sixth. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre by their Royal Highnesses Servants. 1680. Prologue by Dryden.
Theodosius, or the Force of Love. A Tragedy acted by their Royal Highnesses Servants at the Duke’s Theatre. With the Musick [by Purcell] betwixt the Acts. 1680. Called The Force of Love in some later editions.
Lucius Junius Brutus, Father of his Country. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theater by their Royal Highnesses Servants. 1681.
The Duke of Guise. A Tragedy acted by their Majesties Servants. Written by J. Dryden and N. Lee. 1683.
Constantine the Great. A Tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. Epilogue by Dryden. 1684.
The Princess of Cleve, as it was acted at the Queen’s Theatre in Dorset Garden. Prologue and Epilogue by Dryden. 1689.
The Massacre of Paris. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. 1690.

(2) Biography and Criticism

Auer, Otto. Über einige Dramen Nathaniel Lee’s, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner Beziehung zum französischen heroisch-galanten Roman. Berliner Beiträge zur germ. u. roman. Philologie, XXVII. Berlin, 1904.
Körting, G. Grundriss der Gesch. der engl. Lit. 3rd ed. Münster, 1899.
Lee’s Plays. Retrospective Review, vol. III. 1821.
Mehr, Otto. Neue Beiträge zur Leekunde und Kritik, insbesondere zum Cäsar Borgia und zur Sophonisba. Literarhist. Forsch. XXXVII. Berlin, 1909.
Mosen, R. Über N. Lee’s Leben und Werke. Englische Studien, vol. II. Heilbronn, 1879.
Resa, Fritz. N. Lee’s Trauerspiel Theodosius. Literarhist. Forsch. XXX. Berlin, 1904.

SIR WILLIAM LOWER (1600–1662)

The Phœnix in her Flames. 1639.
Three New Playes. 1661.

MARY DE LA RIVIÈRE MANLEY

The Royal Mischief. A Tragedy, as it is acted by His Majesties Servants. 1696.
The Lost Lover, or The Jealous Husband. A Comedy, acted at the Theatre Royal. 1696.
Almyna, or The Arabian Vow. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market, by Her Majesty’s Servants. 1707.
Lucius, the First Christian King of Britain. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by Her Majesty’s Servants. 1717.

PETER ANTHONY MOTTEUX (1660–1718)

Beauty in Distress. A Tragedy. 1698.
The Island Princess. An Opera. 1701.
Thamyris, Queen of Scythia. An Opera. 1707.
Arsinoe, Queen of Cyprus. An Opera. 1707.

WILLIAM MOUNTFORT (1664–1692)

The Injur’d Lovers. A Tragedy. 1688.
The Successful Strangers. A Tragi-Comedy. 1690, 1696.
Henry the Second. A Tragedy. 1693.

JOHN OLDMIXON (1673–1742)

The Governour of Cyprus. A Tragedy. 1703.

THOMAS OTWAY


(1) Plays

Works. 1691. 2 vols. 1712. 2 vols. 1736. 3 vols. 1757. With Life. 3 vols. 1768. With Johnson’s Life enlarged. 2 vols. 1812. Ed. Thornton, T. 3 vols. 1813.
Thomas Otway. With an introduction and notes by the Hon. Roden Noel. (Mermaid Series.) 1888. Re-issued 1891. [Contains: Don Carlos; The Orphan; The Soldier’s Fortune; Venice Preserved. Also Otway’s six Letters to Mrs. Barry.]
The Orphan and Venice Preserved. Ed. by McClumpha, C. F. (Belles-Lettres Series.) Boston and London [1909].
Alcibiades. A Tragedy, acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1675.
Don Carlos, Prince of Spain. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1676. Trans. into French by Saladin, J. Paris, 1822.
Titus and Berenice. A Tragedy, acted at the Duke’s Theatre. With a Farce called the Cheats of Scapin. 1677.
Friendship in Fashion. A Comedy, as it is acted at his Royal Highness the Duke’s Theatre. 1678.
The History and Fall of Caius Marius. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1680.
The Orphan: or, the Unhappy Marriage. A Tragedy, as it is acted at his Royal Highness the Duke’s Theatre. 1680. French trans. by Desclozeaux. Paris, 1822. German trans. Mannheim, 1822.
The Souldier’s Fortune. A Comedy, acted by their Royal Highness’s Servants. 1681.
Venice Preserv’d, or, A Plot Discover’d. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1682.
Venice Preserv’d. Acting version by Kemble, J. P. 1795, 1811, 1814. [Omits comic relief.]
Venice Preserv’d. Ed. from the original quarto of 1682, without excision, by Strong, R. Exeter, 1885.
Venice Preserv’d. Ed. by Gollancz, I. (Temple Dramatists.) 1899.
Venice Preserv’d. Trans. into Dutch by Muyser, Utrecht, 1755 and 1760; French by La Place, Paris, 1747 and 1782; and by Brugière de Barante, Paris, 1822; German by Gätschenberger, Leipzig, 1874; Italian by Leoni, Florence, 1817; Russian, 1764.
The Atheist: or the Second Part of The Souldier’s Fortune. Acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1684.

(2) Other Works

The Poet’s Complaint of his Muse: or a Satyr against Libells. A poem. 1680.
Windsor Castle: in a Monument to our late Sovereign K. Charles II. of ever blessed memory. 1685.
Letters to Mrs. Barry printed in Rochester’s Familiar Letters (1697) and in Otway’s Works noted above.

(3) Biography and Criticism

Barante (A. G. P. B. de). Sur Otway.—Sur Venise Sauvée. Mélanges historiques et littéraires, vol. III. Paris, 1835.
Gosse, E. Thomas Otway. Cornhill Magazine, Dec., 1877. Rptd. in his Seventeenth Century Studies, 1883.
Grisy, R. A. de. Etude sur T. Otway. Paris, 1868.
Lowe, R. W. Thomas Betterton. London, 1891.
Löwenberg, J. Über Otway’s und Schiller’s Don Carlos. Lippstadt, 1886.
Luick, K. Über Otway’s Venice Preserved. Vienna, 1902.
Mosen, R. Über T. Otway’s Leben und Werke. Englische Studien, vol. 1. Heilbronn, 1877.
Müller, Ernst. Otway’s, Schiller’s, und St. Real’s Don Carlos. Tübingen, 1888.
Otway, Thomas. Temple Bar, vol. LVII. 1879.
Sanders, H. M. Thomas Otway. Temple Bar, vol. CXVIII. 1899.

MRS. PIX (MARY GRIFFITH) (1666–1720?)

Ibrahim, the Thirteenth Emperor of the Turks. A Tragedy. 1696.
Queen Catharine. A Tragedy. 1698.
The Double Distress. A Tragedy. 1701.

EDWARD RAVENSCROFT


See bibliography to chap. V A, ante


THOMAS RAWLINS (1620?–1670)

The Rebellion. A Tragedy. 1640, 1651.

NICHOLAS ROWE


(1) Plays

Works (Plays and Poems), with a Life. 2 vols. 1747, 1756, 1766.
——with Life, by Dr. Johnson. 2 vols. 1792. [The Biter is excluded from these collected editions.]
Plays. 2 vols. 1720, 1736. [Includes The Biter.]
The Fair Penitent and Jane Shore. Ed. Hart, S. C. (Belles-Lettres Series.) Boston and London, 1907.
The Ambitious Step-Mother. A Tragedy as’t was acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields by his Majesty’s Servants. 1701.
Tamerlane. A Tragedy as it is acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields by his Majesty’s Servants. 1702. Trans. into French. 1746.
The Fair Penitent. A Tragedy as it is acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields by her Majesty’s Servants. 1703. Revised by Kemble, J. P. 1814. Trans. into French. 1746, 1750.
The Biter. A Comedy as it is acted at the Theatre in Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields by her Majesty’s sworn Servants. 1705.
Ulysses. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre in the Haymarket by her Majesty’s sworn Servants. 1706.
The Royal Convert. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Queen’s Theatre in the Haymarket by her Majesty’s sworn Servants. 1708.
The Tragedy of Jane Shore, written in imitation of Shakespeare’s style. [1714.] Revised by Kemble, J. P. 1815. Trans. into French. 1797, 1822.
The Tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. 1715.
Remarks on Mr. Rowe’s tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray, and all his other plays…. Collected from the works of the late Earl of Shaftesbury. 1715.

(2) Other Works

Boileau’s Lutrin translated into English verse. To which is prefixed a Letter giving some account of Boileau and his works. By N. Rowe. 1708.
Lucan’s Pharsalia translated into English verse by N. Rowe. 1718. With Memoir of Rowe by Welwood, J. 2 vols. 1720.
Poems on several occasions. 1714.
Poems on several occasions, with a Life. 1720.
Shakespeare’s Works. In six volumes. Revised and carefully corrected. With an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. By N. Rowe. 1709.

(3) Biography and Criticism

An hour with an old Poet Laureate [Nicholas Rowe]. Tinsley’s Magazine, vol. VIII. 1871.
Austin, W. S. and Ralph, J. Lives of the Laureates. 1853.
Bromilow, A. H. Tales from the Dramatists [in the manner of Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare]. The Fair Penitent. Jane Shore. Colburn’s New Monthly Magazine, new series, vol. XIV. 1878.
Gifford, W. Introd. to his ed. of Massinger’s Works. 2nd ed. 1813. [Contains a comparative criticism of The Fatal Dowry and Rowe’s The Fair Penitent.]
Gildon, C. and others. A New Rehearsal, or Bays the Younger. Containing an Examen of The Ambitious Stepmother, Tamerlane, The Biter, and Jane Shore, all written by N. Rowe, Esq. 1714.
Hamilton, W. Poets Laureate. 1879.
Schwarz, F. H. On Rowe’s The Fair Penitent. Bern, 1907.
Scott, Sir W. Essay on the comparative merits of The Fatal Dowry and The Fair Penitent in Cumberland’s Observer, 88, 89, 90. 3rd ed. 1790.

THOMAS RYMER

Edgar, or the English Monarch. A Tragedy. 1678.
See, also, bibliography to chap. VI B, ante.

THOMAS SCOTT (fl. 1695)

The Mock Marriage. A Comedy. 1696.
The Unhappy Kindness. A Tragedy. 1697.

ELKANAH SETTLE


(1) Plays

Cambyses, King of Persia. A Tragedy acted by his Highness the Duke of York’s servants. 1671.
The Empress of Morocco. A Tragedy. With Sculptures. The like never done before. Acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1673.
Notes and Observations on The Empress of Morocco; or some few Erratas to be printed instead of the Sculptures with the second edition of the play. 1674. [By Dryden, John; Shadwell, Thomas; and Crowne, John.]
Notes and Observations on The Empress of Morocco revised. 1674. [Defence of the play against Dryden, etc.]
Love and Revenge. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1675.
The Conquest of China by the Tartars. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1676.
Ibrahim, the Illustrious Bassa. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1677.
Pastor Fido, or the Faithful Shepherd. A Pastoral as it is acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1677. [Sir Richard Fanshawe’s version of Guarini’s pastoral poem adapted for the stage.]
Fatal Love, or the Forc’d Inconstancy. A Tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal. 1680.
The Female Prelate; being the History of the Life and Death of Pope Joan. A Tragedy acted at the Theatre Royal. 1680.
The Heir of Morocco, with the Death of Gayland, acted at the Theatre Royal. 1682.
Distress’d Innocence, or the Princess of Persia. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal. 1691.
The Fairy Queen. An opera. Represented at the Queens-Theatre by their Majesties Servants. 1692. [Attributed to Settle.]
The New Athenian Comedy. 1693. [Attributed to Settle.]
The Ambitious Slave, or a Generous Revenge. A Tragedy. 1694.
Philaster, or Love lies a-bleeding. A Tragi-comedy as it is now acted at his Majesty’s Theatre Royal. Revis’d [from Beaumont and Fletcher’s Philaster] and the two last acts new written. 1695.
The World in the Moon. An Opera. As it is performed at the Theatre in Dorset Garden by his Majesty’s Servants. 1697.
The Virgin Prophetess, or the Fate of Troy. An Opera perform’d at the Theatre Royal by his Majesty’s servants. 1701.
The Siege of Troy. A dramatick performance. 1707.
The City-Ramble. A Comedy. [1711?.]
The Lady’s Triumph. A Comi-dramatic Opera. 1718.

(2) Biography and Criticism

Brown, F. C. Elkanah Settle, his life and works. Chicago, 1910.
City Poets and Pageants. [Including Settle.] Bentley’s Miscellany, vol. XXXII. 1852.

HENRY SHIRLEY (d. 1627)

The Martyr’d Souldier. 1638, 1643.

THOMAS SOUTHERNE


(1) Plays

Works. 2 vols. 1713. 2 vols. 1721. Ed. with Life by E[vans], T. 3 vols. 1774.
The Loyal Brother, or the Persian Prince. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theater Royal by their Majesties Servants. Prologue and Epilogue by Dryden. 1682.
The Disappointment, or the Mother in Fashion. A Play. As it was acted at the Theatre Royal. Prologue by Dryden. 1684.
Sir Anthony Love, or the Rambling Lady. A Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal. 1691.
The Wives Excuse, or Cuckolds make themselves. A Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. With congratulatory verses by Dryden comparing Southerne with Terence. 1692.
The Maid’s Last P&rdot;ayer, or Any rather than Fail. A Comedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. 1693.
The Fatal Marriage, or the Innocent Adultery. A Play. Acted at the Theatre Royal by their Majesties Servants. 1694.
Isabella, or the Fatal Marriage. A Play. Alter’d from Southern [by David Garrick]. 1757. 2nd ed. 1758. Revised by Kemble, J. P. 1814. Trans. into French by P. A. de La Place, Paris, 1749; German by F. U. L. Schröder, Augsburg, 1792.
Oroonoko, or the Royal Slave. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by his Majesty’s Servants. Epilogue by Congreve. 1696.
Oroonoko, a Tragedy as it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By his Majesty’s Servants. By Thomas Southern. With alterations [by] Hawkesworth, J.]. 1759, 1775.
Oroonoko altered from the original play … to which the editor has added near six hundred lines in place of the comic scenes, together with an addition of two new characters. 1760.
The Prince of Angola. A tragedy altered [by Ferrier, J.] from the play of Oroonoko, and adapted to the circumstances of the present times. Manchester, 1788.
The Fate of Capua. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, by his Majesty’s Servants. 1700.
The Spartan Dame. A Tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty’s Servants. 1719. Written in part by Hon. John Stafford.
Money the Mistress. A Comedy, as it was acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. 1726.

(2) Criticism

Bromilow, A. H. Tales from the Dramatists [in the manner of Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare]. Isabella, or the Fatal Marriage. Colburn’s New Monthly Magazine, New Ser. vol. XIV. 1878.
Hamelius, P. The Source of Southerne’s Fatal Marriage. Mod. Lang. Review, vol. IV. 1909.

NAHUM TATE (1652–1715)


(1) Plays

Brutus of Alba, or The Enchanted Lovers. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1678.
The Loyal General. A Tragedy acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1680.
The History of King Lear. Acted at the Duke’s Theatre. 1681. [Adapted from Shakespeare.]
Richard the Second. A History acted at the Theatre Royal under the name of The Sicilian Usurper. 1681. [Adapted from Shakespeare.]
The Ingratitude of a Commonwealth, or The Fall of Caius Martius Coriolanus, acted at the Theatre Royal. 1682. [Adapted from Shakespeare.]
Cuckolds Haven, or An Alderman no Conjuror. A Farce acted at the Queen’s Theatre in Dorset Garden. 1685. [Adapted from Ben Jonson.]
A Duke and No Duke, as it is acted by their Majesties Servants…. To which is now added a Preface concerning Farce…. 1685.
The Island Princess. A Tragi-Comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal. 1687. [Altered from Beaumont and Fletcher.]
Injur’d Love, or The Cruel Husband. A Tragedy design’d to be acted at the Theatre Royal. 1707. [Founded on Webster’s The White Divel.]

(2) Other Works

Tate, N. and Brady, N. New version of the Psalms, in metre. 1696, 1698.
See, also, bibliography to Chap. 1, Poems, A. 1.



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