The Resource Fifty comedies and tragedies, written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, gentlemen ; all in one volume, published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added

Fifty comedies and tragedies, written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, gentlemen ; all in one volume, published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added

Label
Fifty comedies and tragedies
Title
Fifty comedies and tragedies
Statement of responsibility
written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, gentlemen ; all in one volume, published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added
Creator
Contributor
Author
Bookseller
Engraver
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Action
Cataloged
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • entry R13766
  • entry 54
  • Misc., page 41
Citation source
  • English short title catalogue
  • Carl H. Pforzheimer Library
  • Boston Public Library. Catalogue of the Barton Collection
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1584-1616
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Beaumont, Francis
Illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR2420
LC item number
1679
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1579-1625
  • active 1617-1650
  • -1689?
  • active 1649-1680
  • -1704
  • active 17th century
  • 1630-1687
  • 1803-1869
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Fletcher, John
  • Marshall, William
  • Macock, John
  • Hills, Henry
  • Martyn, John
  • Herringman, Henry
  • Marriot, Richard
  • Cotton, Charles
  • Gaffield, Thomas
  • Barton, Thomas Pennant
Label
Fifty comedies and tragedies, written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, gentlemen ; all in one volume, published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added
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Publication
Note
  • Both authors' names appear within braces
  • Frontispiece portrait of Fletcher signed "Guliel[mus] Marshall Fecit."
  • "Eighteen plays all of which had been separately printed are included in this second collected edition for the first time."--Pforzheimer
  • Ascription of printing to Henry Hills from Pforzheimer, wherein it is stated that Hills printed the second half of the volume
  • Signatures (from Pforzheimer): pi℗ø A-4D́þ 4E℗ø; ℗øA-4Áþ (℗ø4A4=blank)
  • Numerous errors in pagination
  • Title page vignette; head- and tailpieces; initials
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The maids tragedy -- The Philaster, or, Love lies a bleeding -- A king or no king -- The scornful lady -- The custom of the country -- The elder brother -- The Spanish curate -- Wit without money -- The beggars bush -- The humorous lieutenant -- The faithful shepherdess -- The mad lover -- The loyal subject -- Rule a wife, and have a wife -- The laws of Candy -- The false one -- The little French lawyer -- The tragedy of Valentinian -- Monsieur Thomas --The chances -- Rollo, duke of Normandy -- The wild-goose chase -- A wife for a month -- The lovers progress -- The pilgrim -- The captain -- The prophetess --The Queen of Corinth -- The tragedy of Bonduca -- The knight of the burning pestle --Loves pilgrimage -- The double marriage -- The maid in the mill -- The knight of Malta -- Loves cure, or, The martial maid -- Women pleased -- The night walker, or, Little thief -- The womans prize, or, The tamer tamed -- The island princess -- The noble gentleman -- The coronation --The coxcomb -- Sea-voyage --Wit at several weapons -- The fair maid of the inn -- Cupid's revenge -- Two noble kinsmen -- Thierry and Theodoret -- The woman-hater -- The nice valour, or, The passionate madman -- The honest man's fortune -- The masque of the gentlemen of Grays-Inne and the Inner-Temple -- Four plays or moral representations in one
Extent
1 online resource ([10], 578 [i.e. 580], 557, [3] pages, [1] leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.3820.1 bound in ca. 19th-century navy blue morocco-grained leather. The title and date are stamped in gilt on the spine. The armorial bookplate of the Barton Library is present on the front pastedown. The autograph of Charles Cotton (here conjectured to be Charles Cotton of Staffordshire, 1630-1687) appears at both the head of the title page and on the recto of the final leaf. The perforation stamp of the library is present on the title page. Early corrections and stage directions are present throughout. The final leaf (blank) is wanting.
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.3820.1a bound in tan, early 20th-century buckram. The title is stamped in gilt onto a maroon spine label. The BPL gift bookplate of Thomas Gaffield, Esq., is present on the front pastedown. The perforation stamp of the Library is present on the title page.
Other physical details
port.)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Fifty comedies and tragedies, written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, gentlemen ; all in one volume, published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added
Link
Publication
Note
  • Both authors' names appear within braces
  • Frontispiece portrait of Fletcher signed "Guliel[mus] Marshall Fecit."
  • "Eighteen plays all of which had been separately printed are included in this second collected edition for the first time."--Pforzheimer
  • Ascription of printing to Henry Hills from Pforzheimer, wherein it is stated that Hills printed the second half of the volume
  • Signatures (from Pforzheimer): pi℗ø A-4D́þ 4E℗ø; ℗øA-4Áþ (℗ø4A4=blank)
  • Numerous errors in pagination
  • Title page vignette; head- and tailpieces; initials
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The maids tragedy -- The Philaster, or, Love lies a bleeding -- A king or no king -- The scornful lady -- The custom of the country -- The elder brother -- The Spanish curate -- Wit without money -- The beggars bush -- The humorous lieutenant -- The faithful shepherdess -- The mad lover -- The loyal subject -- Rule a wife, and have a wife -- The laws of Candy -- The false one -- The little French lawyer -- The tragedy of Valentinian -- Monsieur Thomas --The chances -- Rollo, duke of Normandy -- The wild-goose chase -- A wife for a month -- The lovers progress -- The pilgrim -- The captain -- The prophetess --The Queen of Corinth -- The tragedy of Bonduca -- The knight of the burning pestle --Loves pilgrimage -- The double marriage -- The maid in the mill -- The knight of Malta -- Loves cure, or, The martial maid -- Women pleased -- The night walker, or, Little thief -- The womans prize, or, The tamer tamed -- The island princess -- The noble gentleman -- The coronation --The coxcomb -- Sea-voyage --Wit at several weapons -- The fair maid of the inn -- Cupid's revenge -- Two noble kinsmen -- Thierry and Theodoret -- The woman-hater -- The nice valour, or, The passionate madman -- The honest man's fortune -- The masque of the gentlemen of Grays-Inne and the Inner-Temple -- Four plays or moral representations in one
Extent
1 online resource ([10], 578 [i.e. 580], 557, [3] pages, [1] leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.3820.1 bound in ca. 19th-century navy blue morocco-grained leather. The title and date are stamped in gilt on the spine. The armorial bookplate of the Barton Library is present on the front pastedown. The autograph of Charles Cotton (here conjectured to be Charles Cotton of Staffordshire, 1630-1687) appears at both the head of the title page and on the recto of the final leaf. The perforation stamp of the library is present on the title page. Early corrections and stage directions are present throughout. The final leaf (blank) is wanting.
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.3820.1a bound in tan, early 20th-century buckram. The title is stamped in gilt onto a maroon spine label. The BPL gift bookplate of Thomas Gaffield, Esq., is present on the front pastedown. The perforation stamp of the Library is present on the title page.
Other physical details
port.)
Specific material designation
remote

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