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].
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