A volume of 10 bound plays, all but two from the Turner Dramatic Library, described as “Correctly printed from the most Approved Acting Copy with a description of the Costume, Cast of the Characters, Entrances and Exits, Relative Positions and the Whole of the Stage Business to which are added Properties and Directions as now performed in the Principal Theatres”. American Theater.
A volume of 10 bound plays, all but two from the Turner Dramatic Library, described as “Correctly printed from the most Approved Acting Copy with a description of the Costume, Cast of the Characters, Entrances and Exits, Relative Positions and the Whole of the Stage Business to which are added Properties and Directions as now performed in the Principal Theatres”

A volume of 10 bound plays, all but two from the Turner Dramatic Library, described as “Correctly printed from the most Approved Acting Copy with a description of the Costume, Cast of the Characters, Entrances and Exits, Relative Positions and the Whole of the Stage Business to which are added Properties and Directions as now performed in the Principal Theatres”.

Philadelphia and Baltimore: Frederick Turner and various publishers for most, J. Robinson, Circulating Library and John H. Gihon, 1833-1841, Turner plays undated.

1 vols. 12mo. The ten plays bound in a near contemporary half blue morocco. Rubbed, corners repaired, some browning and spotting, generally light, a few ownership signatures of Jno. Proctor 1845 and Oliver A. Judson, some contemporary marginalia, some margins trimmed. An interesting collection Item #16801

Containing: "Fra-Diavolo, or the Inn of Terracina. A Comic Opera. Composed by Auber. Written and the Music adapted by Rophino Lacy." [Turner]; "Songs, Duets, Glees, Recitatives, &c, &c. in the Female Sleep Walker, being a Version of Bellini's celebrated Opera of La Somnambula" [Turner]; John Home's "Douglas; the Noble Shepherd" [Turner]; J. S. Knowles' "The Wife: A Tale of Mantua" Baltimore: J. Ronson, Circulating Library, 1833; Benjamin Thompson's "The Stranger" [Turner]; H. M. Milman's "Fazio; or the Italian Wife." [Turner]; Richard Shield's "Damon and Pythias" [Turner]; R. B. Sheridan's "Pizarro" [Turner]; Joseph Reese Fry's "Norma: A Lyrical Tragedy... translated from the Italian of Felice Romani and adapted to the Original Music of Bellini." Philadelphia: Printed by John H. Gihon & Co., 1841, second edition; George Colman's "The Heir at Law." [Turner].

Price: $250.00 Free Domestic Delivery