A. WORKS ON THE DRAMA, AUTOBIOGRAPHIES, BIOGRAPHIES AND REMINSCENCES Adams, W. D. Dictionary of the Drama. Vol. I, A. to G. 1904. Archer, W. English Dramatists of To-day. 1882. Henry Irving, Actor and Manager. A critical study. [1884.] Study and Stage, a Yearbook of Criticism. 1899. Archer, W. and Lowe, W. E. Dramatic Essays. Leigh Hunt, William Hazlitt, John Forster and George Henry Lewes. [3 vols.] [18946.] Armstrong, Cecil Ferard. A Century of Great Actors. 17501850. 1912. Arnold, Frank. An Actors Note-books. [1912.] Baker, H. B. Our Old Actors. 1881. History of the London Stage. 15761903. (Second edn., rewritten.) 1904. Baker, W. T. The Manchester Stage. 18001900. 1903. Bancroft, lady Marie Effie and Sir S. B. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft on and off the stage. Written by themselves. 2 vols. 1888. The Bancrofts: recollections of sixty years. 1909. Barnes, J. H. Forty Years on the Stage. 1914. Barrington, Rutland. Rutland Barrington.
By himself. With a preface by Gilbert, W. S. 1908. Baynham, W. The Glasgow Stage. 1892. Brereton, A. The Lyceum and Henry Irving. 1903. The Life of Henry Irving. 1908. Bunn, A. The Stage. 3 vols. 1840. Calvert, Adelaide H. Sixty-eight Years on the Stage. 1911. Calvert, W. Sir Henry Irving and Miss Ellen Terry. 1897. Carter, Huntley. The New Spirit in Drama and Art. 1912. Chandler, F. W. Aspects of Modern Drama. New York, 1914. Chew, Samuel C. The Relation of Lord Byron to the Drama of the Romantic Period. Baltimore, 1914. Clapp, H. A. Reminiscences of a Dramatic Critic. With an essay on the art of Henry Irving. 1902. Cole, J. W. The life and theatrical times of Charles Kean. 2 vols. 1859. Coleman, J. Players and Playwrights I have known. 2 vols. 1888. Cook, Dutton. A Book of the Play. 1881. Hours with the Players. 2 vols. 1881. Nights at the Play. 2 vols. 1883. Courtney, W. L. The Idea of Tragedy in Ancient and Modern Drama. With a prefatory note by Pinero, Sir A. W. 1900. Desultory Thoughts on the National Drama, past and present. By an old Playgoer. 1850. Dibdin, J. C. Annals of the Edinburgh Stage. 1888. Dibdin, T. J. Reminiscences of the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, Drury Lane, etc. 2 vols. 1827. Dickens, Charles. Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. With illustrations by G. Cruikshank. 2 vols. 1838. With Cruikshanks illustrations and C. Whiteheads notes. Ed. Fitzgerald, P. 1903. Macready as Benedict. The Examiner. 4 March, 1843. Dickens, Charles. The Amusements of the People. I and II. Household Words, 30 March and 30 April, 1850. [A vivid picture of the early Victorian London cheap theatres; see, also, Great Expectations, chaps. XXXI and XLVII. For its provincial parallel, see Nicholas Nickleby, chaps. XXXXV, XXIX and XL VIII.] The Guild of Literature and Art. Household Words. 10 May, 1851. Gaslight Fairies. Household Words. 10 Feb., 1855. On Mr. Fechters Acting. Atlantic Monthly. Aug., 1869. The above articles will be found rptd. in Miscellaneous Papers, ed. Matz, B. W. [Vols. XXXV and XXXVI of the Gadshill edn. of Dickenss Works, 18971908.] See, also, passim, Forsters Life of C. D., with 500 portraits, facsimiles and other illustrations, 2 vols., 1911 (Memorial edn.). Drama, A new; or, We faint!!! Decline of the Drama!!! Review of the Actors!!! Rptd. from Bentleys Monthly Review. 1853. Dukes, Ashley. Modern Dramatists. [1911.] Field, Kate. Adelaide Ristori, a biography. 1867. Filon, A. The English Stage: an account of the Victorian Drama. 1897. Fitzgerald, Percy H. The Book of Theatrical Anecdotes. [1874.] The Romance of the English Stage. 2 vols. 1874. The World behind the Scenes. 1881. Henry Irving. A record of twenty years at the Lyceum. 1893. The Garrick Club. 1904. Sir Henry Irving. 1906. Samuel Foote. 1910. Frohman, Daniel. Memories of a Manager. Reminiscences of the old Lyceum and of some players of the last quarter century.
1911. G., G. M. The Stage Censor. An historical sketch: 15441907. 1908. Glover, James Mackey. Jimmy Glover his Book.
1911. Jimmy Glover and his Friends. 1913. Goodman, W. The Keelys. On the Stage and at home. 1895. Gregory, lady Isabella Augusta. Our Irish Theatre. 1914. Hadow, W. H. The Use of Comic Episodes in Tragedy. 1915. Haitt, C. Ellen Terry and her impersonations. 1898. Hastings, C. Le Théâtre français et anglais. Ses origines grecques et latines. Drame, comédie, scène et acteurs. Paris, 1900. Trans. Welby, F. A. 1901. Hazlitt, W. Works. Edd. Waller, A. R. and Glover, A. Vol. VIII. 1903. Henderson, Archibald. The Changing Drama. [1914.] Hingston, E. P. The Siddons of modern Italy. Adelaide Ristori. 1856. Hollingshead, J. Gaiety Chronicles. 1898. Howe, P. P. Dramatic Portraits. 1913. Joannides, A. La Comédie Française de 1860 à 1900. Paris, 1901. Jones, H. A. The Renascence of the English Drama. 1895. Knight, J. Theatrical Notes. 1893. Levey, R. M. and ORorke, J. Annals of the Theatre Royal, Dublin. 1880. Lewes, G. H. On Actors and Acting. 1875. Marston, J. W. Our Recent Actors. 2 vols. 1881. Martin, Sir Theodore. Helen FaucitLady Martin. 1900. Matthews, J. B. French Dramatists of the 19th century. 1882. Maude, Cyril. The Haymarket Theatre. 1903. Meredith, George. An Essay on Comedy and the use of the Comic Spirit. 1897. Molloy, J. F. The Romance of the Irish Stage. 2 vols. 1897. Morley, Henry. The Journal of a London Playgoer, 18511866. 1866. Oliver, D. E. The English Stage: its origins and modern developments. [1912.] Pemberton, T. E. The Kendals. 1900. Ellen Terry, and her Sisters. 1902. Procter, B. W. The life of Edmund Kean. 2 vols. 1835. Quinlan, M. A. Poetic Justice in the Drama. The history of an ethical principle in literary criticism. 1912. Russell, Sir Edward R. The Theatre and things said about it. Liverpool, 1911. Salvini, T. Leaves from the Autobiography of Tommaso Salvini. 1893. Schelling, Felix E. English Drama. The Channels of English Literature. 1914. Scott, Clement W. From The Bells to King Arthur. A critical record of FirstNight Productions at the Lyceum Theatre from 1871 to 1895. 1896. The Drama of Yesterday and To-day. 2 vols. 1899. Ellen Terry, Second edn. New York, 1900. Some Notable Hamlets of the present time. 1905. Sharp, R. F. Short History of the English Stage, to 1908. 1909. Simpson, H and Braun, Mrs. C. A Century of Famous Actresses, 17501850. . Smythe, A. J. The Life of William Terriss. 1898. [Stoker, Bram.] A collection made by Bram Stoker of programmes of theatrical performances with which Sir Henry Irving was connected: comprising programmes of the Lyceum Theatre from 1879 to 1902; Drury Lane Theatre, 1903 to 1905; Sir Henry Irvings American and Provincial Tours from 1883 to 1905. 18791905. Terry, Ellen. The Story of My Life. 1908. Toole, John L. Reminiscences of J. L. Toole, related by himself and chronicled by Hatton, J. 2 vols. 1889. Walbrook, H. M. Nights at the play.
1911. Walkley, A. B. Playhouse Impressions. 1892. Webster, Benjamin (ed.). The Series of Dramatic Entertainments performed by Royal Command
at Windsor Castle 18489. [?1849.] Wyndham, H. S. The Annals of Covent Garden Theatre, 17321897. 2 vols. 1906. Wynne, Arnold. The Growth of English Drama. Oxford, 1914. B. COLLECTIONS OF PLAYS Dibdin, T. J. The London Theatre. A collection of the most celebrated dramatic pieces. 26 vols. 181518. The British Drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies, comedies, operas, and farces in the English Language. 18246. The London Stage: a collection of the most reputed tragedies, comedies, operas, melodramas, farces and interludes. 4 vols. [18247.] Duncombe, J. Duncombes Edition [of the British Theatre. Nos. 1532. Vols. 1-LXVII.] [? 182552.] Nos. 318 and 333 were never issued. Richardson, Thomas. Richardsons New Minor Drama: with remarks biographical and critical, by Moncrieff, W. T. 4 vols. 182831. Cumberlands Minor Theatre, with remarks biographical and critical, by [George Daniel]. Printed from the acting copies, as performed at the Metropolitan minor theatres. Vols. I-XVI. 182840. Cumberlands British Theatre, with remarks, biographical and critical by [George Daniel]. Printed from the acting copies as performed at the Theatre Royal, London. Vols. I-VIII and XI-XLVIII. 1829[-61]. The Acting Drama; containing all the popular plays, standard and modern. 1834. Webster, Benjamin N. The Acting National Drama. 17 vols. 1837[-53]. Oxberrys Budget of Plays. Consisting of thirty-nine original drams
performed at the London theatres. 1844. Lacys acting edition of plays, dramas, extravaganzas, farces, etc. [1850, etc.] [Afterwards continued by French, Samuel.] Lacys List of Plays wholly or partially the property of T. H. Lacy. 1864. The British Drama. 12 vols. 186472. Dicks Standard Plays. 1883, etc. French, Samuel. Descriptive Catalogue of Plays and Dramatic Works. With a list of Amateur Plays and Articles.
[18912, etc.] Frenchs Acting Edition [of Plays]. (Sensational series.) Nos. 110. [18991903.] See, also, under Plays, in The Catalogue of Printed Books in the Forster Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, especially the following: [Dramas. Mostly original edns.] 36 vols. Various dates. (6968.) [Collection of Acting Plays.] 10 vols. Various dates. (6974.) These two collections contain plays by Dickens; Lemon, Mark; Lewes, G. H.; Lytton, Bulwer; Marston, J. W.; Reade, Charles; Taylor, Tom; Talfourd, T. N.; etc. The Stage Cyclopaedia. A Bibliography of Plays. An Alphabetical List of Plays and other Stage Pieces of which any record can be found since the commencement of the English Stage, together with Descriptions, Authors Names, Dates and Places of Production.
Comprising in all nearly 50,000 Plays, and Extending over a Period of Upwards of 500 Years. Compiled by Clarence, Reginald. 1909. C. PARTICULAR PLAYWRIGHTS The date preceding the title is that of representation. L. A. E.-Lacys acting edition of plays. James Albery (18381889) 1876. The Two Roses. L. A. E. No. 1779. [1881.] 1877. The Pink Dominoes. L. A. E. No. 1779. [1878.] 1878. Jingle. [A version of Pickwick.] Samuel James Arnold (17741852) 1796. The Shipwreck; a comic opera. The New English Drama. Vol. IX. 1809. Man and Wife; or, More Secrets than One. 1809. 1812. The Devils Bridge: an opera. 1820. Thomas Lovell Beddoes See, ante, Vol. XII, Chap. v William Bayle Bernard 1841 (written 1837). Marie Ducange. L. A. E. Vol. XXXII. 1846. The Round of Wrong; or a fireside story. The Acting National Drama. Vol. XIII. 1850. The Passing Cloud. L. A. E. Vol. 1. 1867. The Doge of Venice. Edward Litt Leman Blanchard (18201889). 1845. Faith, Hope and Charity. Duncombes edn. [of the British Theatre]. Vol. LIV. The life and reminiscences of E. L. B. With notes from the diary of W. Blanchard [by Meadows, D. Edd.] Scott, C. and Howard, C. 2 vols. 1891. Dionysius Lardner Bouciault 1841. London Assurance. 1841. 1859, U. S. A.; 1860, London. The Colleen Bawn: or, the Bride of Garryowen. L. A. E. Vol. LXIII. 1859, New York; 1861, London. The Octoroon; or, Life in Louisianna. L. A. E. Vol. LXV. 1864, Dublin; 1865, London. Arrah-Na-Pogue; or, the Wicklow Wedding. [1865.] 1875. The Shaughraun. L. A. E. Vol. CXXIII. [1885.] Charles William Shirley Brooks 1848. Anything for a Change. L. A. E. Vol. IV. 1851. The Exposition. L. A. E. Vol. II. Robert Barnabas Brough (18281860) 1851. Kensington Gardens, or, Quite a ladies man. (An adaptation of Un Monsieur qui suit les Femmes.) L. A. E. Vol. LXXXVIII. 1856. Crinoline. L. A. E. Vol. XXIX. 1859. Alfred the Great; or, the Minstrel King. L. A. E. Vol. XLIII. Robert Williams Buchanan (18421901) 1880. A Nine Days Queen. 1883. Lady Clare (an adaptation of Georges Ohnets Le Maître de Forges. 1883. Storm-beaten. (The plot is taken from the authors novel God and the Man.) 1885. Alone in London. [In collaboration with Harriet Jay.] 1886. Sophia. [An adaptation of Tom Jones.] 1889. A Mans Shadow (an adaptation of Roger la Honte). See, also, ante, bibliography to Chap. VI; and, post, bibliography to Chap. XIII. John Baldwin Buckstone ?. The Bear Hunters; or, the Fatal Ravine. Duncombes edn. [of the British Theatre]. Vol. XI. 1845. The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago. The Acting National Drama. Vol. XI. 1847. The Flowers of the Forest. The Acting National Drama. Vol. XIII. 1871. Damon and Pythias. Cumberlands Minor Theatre. Vol. VI. Henry James Byron 1868. Cyrils Success. L. A. E. Vol. LXXXIX. 1868. Uncle Dicks Darling. L. A. E. Vol. CLIV. 1875. Our Boys. L. A. E. Vol. CXVI. [1880.] The following vols. and nos. of Lacys Acting Edition contain plays by Byron: vols. XXXIV-XXXVII, XLI, XLIII, XLV, XLVI, XLVIII-LIII, LVII-LIX, LXI, LXIII, LXIV, LXVI, LXVII, LXXII, LXXVI-LXXVIII, LXXXI, LXXXVII, LXXXIX, XCII-XCIV, XCIX, CI, CVIII, CXII, CXIII, CXV-CXVII, CXX, CLIV; and nos. 1880, 1885, 1889 and 1890. Joseph Stirling Coyne 1838. All for Love; or, the Lost Pleiad. L. A. E. Vol. XXIX. 1853. The Hope of the Family. L. A. E. Vol. XIII. 1858. The Love-Knot. L. A. E. Vol. XXXV. 1868. The Woman in Red. L. A. E. Vol. XCII. Henry Thornton Craven (18181905) 1861. The Chimney Corner. L. A. E. Vol. L. 1863. Miriams Crime. L. A. E. Vol. LX. 1864. Milky White. L. A. E. Vol. LXXXV. 1866. Megs Diversion. L. A. E. Vol. LXXIII. 1870. Philomel. Charles Dickens See, post, bibliography to Chap. X. The majority of Dickens novels have been adapted for the stage; in some instances there are several versions. Edward Ball, afterwards Fitzball 1834. Esmeralda; or the Deformed of Notre Dame. (Founded on Hugos Notre Dame.) Dicks Standard Plays. No. 346. 1844. Home again; or, the Lieutenants Daughters. Duncombes edn. [of the British Theatre]. Vol. CXI. 1844. The Momentous Question. Duncombes edn. [of the British Theatre]. Vol. L. Adaptations of many of Scotts works and of numerous other contemporary novels. Thirty-five years of a dramatic Authors life. 2 vols. 1859. Sir William Schwenck Gilbert Plays 1870. The Palace of Truth. [1874.] 1871. Pygmalion and Galatea. L. A. E. Vol. CIII. [1875.] 1873. The Wicked World. 1874. Sweethearts. L. A. E. Vol. CXI. [1878.] 1875. Broken Hearts. L. A. E. Vol. CXVIII. . 1876. Danl Druce, Blacksmith. L. A. E. Vol. CXVII. [1881.] 1877. Engaged. L. A. E. Vol. CXVII. [1881.] 1879. Gretchen. 1879. 1884. Comedy and Tragedy. L. A. E. Vol. CXXXIX. [1885.] 1888. Brantinghame Hall. Original Plays. 4 Series. 1876. [1911.] Poems The Bab Ballads. Much sound and little sense.
With illustrations by the Author. 1869 . 1875. Trial by Jury. [1888.] Original Comic Operas.
Containing  The Sorcerer,  H. M. S. Pinafore,  The Pirates of Penzance,  Iolanthe,  Patience,  Princess Ida,  The Mikado, Trial by Jury. 8 pts. [1890.] 1894. His Excellency. [1894.] 1896. The Grand Duke; or, The Statutory Duel. 1896. Savoy Operas. 1909. Iolanthe, and other operas. 1910, 1911, etc. Cellier, F. A. and Bridgeman, C. Gilbert, Sullivan, and DOyly Carte. 1914. Fitzgerald, P. H. The Savoy Opera and the Savoyards. 1894. Goldberg, Isaac. Sir Wm. Gilbert. [1913.] Walsh, Shelford. Gilbert and Sullivan jottings. [1913.] G. W. Godfrey 1884. My Milliners Bill. L. A. E. Vol. CLI. [1903.] Henry Montague Grover Anne Boleyn, a tragedy. 1826. Socrates. 1828. Sydney Grundy (18481914) 1879. The Snowball. L. A. E. No. 1964. 1885. The Silver Shield. L. A. E. Vol. CXLII. 1890. A Pair of Spectacles. [Adapted from Les Petits Oiseaux of Labiche and Delacour. [1899.] 1892. A Fools Paradise. L. A. E. Vol. XLII. (First produced as The Mousetrap in 1887.) 1893. Sowing the Wind. L. A. E. Vol. XLVIII. 1894. A Bunch of Violets. (Founded on Octave Feuillets Montjoye.) L. A. E. Vol. XLVIII. And various other plays. Isabella Harwood, pseud. Ross Neil (1840?1883). 1871. Lady Jane Grey. 1871. Inez; or, the Bride of Portugal. 1871. 1874. The Cid. The King and the Angel. Duke for a Day; or The Tailor of Brussels. 1874. Arabella Stuart. The Heir of Lynne. Tasso. Plays. 1879. Andrea the Painter. Claudias Choice. Orestes. Pandora. Plays by Ross Neil. 1883. John Abraham Heraud Salvator, the poor man of Naples. 1845. 1854. Videna; or the Mothers Tragedy. A legend of Early Britain. 1854. Richard Henry or Hengist Horne Cosmo de Medici. 1837. The Death of Marlowe. 1837. Gregory VII. [With an essay on tragic influence.] 1840. Judas Iscariot. A Miracle Play. 1848. Douglas William Jerrold 1829. Blackeyd Susan, or, All in the Downs. Duncombes edn. [of the British Theatre]. Vol. XVII. 1832. The Rent Day. 1832. 1834. Beau Nash; the King of Bath. 1834. 1842. The Prisoner of War. 1824. 1845. Time Works Wonders. The modern English comic theatre. Series 3. 1842. 1850. The Catspaw. 1850. The Works of Douglas Jerrold. Ed. Jerrold, W. B. 4 vols. 1863, 1864. James Kenney (18211881) 1807. Ella Rosenberg. 1807. 1814. Debtor and Creditor. 1814. James Sheridan Knowles 1815. Caius Gracchus. Glasgow, 1823. 1820. Virginius. 1820. 1825. William Tell. 1825. 1828. The Beggars Daughter of Bethnal Green. 1828. 1832. The Hunchback. 1832. 1833. The Wife: a tale of Mantua. 6th edn. 1833. 1837. The Love-Chase. 1837. Leopold David Lewis (18281890) 1871. The Bells. Adapted from Le Juif Polonais
by Erckmann-Chatrian. L. A. E. Vol. XCVII. Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, first baron Lytton ?. The Duchess de la Vallière. 1836. 1838. The Lady of Lyons. 1839. 1839. Richelieu; or the Conspiracy. 1839. 1839. The Sea-Captain; or, the Birthright. 1839. 1840. Money. 1840. [The B. M. copy (c. 61. b. 2) contains MS. notes by the author.] 1851. Not so bad as we seem; or, many sides to a character (amateur performance at Devonshire House). 1851. 1868. The Rightful Heir. 1868. 1869. Walpole, or Every man has his price. 1869. The Dramatic Works of Sir E. L. B. now first collected. To which are added, Three Odes, on the death of Elizabeth, Cromwell, and the death of Nelson. 1841. See, also, post, bibliography to Chap. XIII. John Westland Marston 1842. The Patricians Daughter. 1843. 1849. Strathmore. 1849. 1850. Philip of France and Marie de Méranie. 1850. 1857. A Lifes Ransom. L. A. E. Vol. LIV. 1866. The Favourite of Fortune. 1869. Life for Life. The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Westland Marston. 2 vols. 1876. Charles James Matthews (18031878) 1838. Patter versus Clatter. L. A. E. Vol. CXVIII. [1881.] 1855. Married for Money. L. A. E. Vol. CXVII. [1881.] 1875. My Awful Dad. L. A. E. Vol. CXVII. [1881.] The Life of Charles James Matthews, chiefly autobiographical, with selections from his correspondence and speeches. Ed. Dickens, Charles [Junior]. 2 vols. 1879. Charles Robert Maturin See, ante, Vol. XI, p. 462. Paul Meritt (d. 1895) 1872. Glin Gath: or the Man in the Cleft. L. A. E. Vol. XCIX. 1872. Linked by Love. L. A. E. No. 1907. [1888.] 1877. The Golden Plough. L. A. E. Vol. CXI. Herman Charles Merivale (18391906) 1872. A Son of the Soil. [Adapted from Ponsards Le Lion Amoureux.] 1874. The White Pilgrim. 1883. 1875. All for Her. [In collaboration with Palgrave Simpson; founded on A Tale of Two Cities.] 1884. Florien: a tragedy. 1884. Many other plays, farces, burlesques and adaptations. Henry Hart Milman See, ante, Vol. XII, p. 477 William Thomas Moncrieff 1821. Tom and Jerry: or, Life in London. Richardsons New Minor Drama. 2nd edn. 1828. 1824. The Cataract of the Ganges! or, The Rajahs Daughter. 1822. Selections from the Dramatic Works of W. T. M. 3 vols. 1851. John Maddison Morton (18111891) 1847. Box and Cox. L. A. E. Vol. V. 1847. Done on both sides. L. A. E. Vol. XXIV.
The date preceding the title is that of representation. L. A. E.-Lacys acting edition of plays.
The following vols. and nos. of Lacys Acting Edition contain plays by Byron: