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  1. The West Indian : a comedy, in five acts by Richard Cumberland 1732-1811 Inchbald Mrs. 1753-1821, 1809-12-31
  2. Every one has his fault; a comedy, in five acts; by Mrs. Inchbald 1753-1821, 1809-12-31
  3. The wedding day, a comedy, in two acts by Mrs. Inchbald 1753-1821, 1819-12-31
  4. King Henry IV: A historical play, in five acts (Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821. British theatre) by William Shakespeare, 1808
  5. The modern theatre; a collection of successful modern plays, as acted at the Theatres Royal, London Volume 1 by Mrs., 1753-1821 Inchbald, 2009-10-26
  6. Such things are; a play in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden by Mrs., 1753-1821 Inchbald, 2009-10-26
  7. Inchbald, Hawthorne and the Romantic Moral Romance: Little Histories and Neutral Territories (Literary Migrations) by Ben P. Robertson, 2009-12-12
  8. Elizabeth Inchbald: England's Principal Woman Dramatist and Independent Woman of Letters in 18th Century London - A Biographical Study by Roger Manvell, 1988-05-31
  9. I'll Tell You What: The Life of Elizabeth Inchbald by Annibel Jenkins, 2003-04-11

Charles W. AKA Ogden, Ruth, 18531927 Iles, George, 1852-1942 Imbert de Saint-Amand,Arthur Léon, baron, 1834-1900 Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821 Inchfawn, Fay AKA
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42. Martha Washington Collection An Inventory Of The Martha Washington Collection At
B8. ML137W. A Simple Story. In Two Volumes / by Mrs. Inchbald (Elizabeth SimpsonInchbald, 1753-1821). Philadelphia Printed for Robert Campbell, 1793.
Collection Overview
Biographical Notes Scope and Contents of the Papers Organization of the Collection ... Books, 1757-1802
Martha Washington Collection
Collection Overview Creator: Mount Vernon Ladies' Association Title: Martha Washington Collection of Manuscripts and Books Dates: Dates: primarily 1791-1800 Abstract Correspondence, business papers, and other documents of the wife of the first president of the United States, documenting her experiences during the Revolution, during the first years of the American presidency, her family events and milestones, and 18th-century life. Quantity 105 manuscripts and 10 books
Biographical Notes
Martha Washington was born Martha Dandridge in New Kent County, Virginia, to John Dandridge and Frances Jones on June 2, 1731. In 1749 she married Daniel Parke Custis and lived with him at his estate, the White House, also in New Kent. The couple had four children: Daniel Parke (1751-1754), Frances Parke (1753-1757), John ("Jacky") Parke (1754-1781), and Martha ("Patsy") Parke (1757-1773). The family commissioned John Wollaston in 1757 to paint three family portraits, one of Daniel Custis, one of Martha Custis, and one of John Parke Custis and Martha Parke Custis together. All three are in the collection of Washington & Lee University. Daniel Parke Custis died suddenly in 1757, at which time Martha Custis became a wealthy widow. She received a lifetime interest in one-third of Daniel Parke Custis's very large estate, including the slaves, and helped manage the remainder, which went to their two surviving children. Martha Custis took up her husband's correspondence with his agents in London, negotiating the price of her tobacco and many other business duties. She placed many orders during this time for goods, including toys and fine clothes for her children.

43. Autumnmist.homeip.net81/E-Books/-%20PROJECT%20GUTENBURG%20AUTHORS.TXT
Ian, Janis, Performer Ibsen, Henrik, 18281906 Ide, Mrs. Charles W. AKA Ogden, Ruth,1853-1927 Iles, George, 1852-1942 Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821 Inchfawn, Fay PROJECT GUTENBURG AUTHORS.TXT

44. Prospective Plays For The National Theatre Compiled By Kenneth Tynan
Elizabeth Inchbald, 17531821 Such Things Are, 1787. Henry Arthur Jones, 1851-1929Saints and Sinners, 1884 The Liars, 1897 Masqueraders, 1894 Mrs. Dane’s
Prospective Plays for the Royal National Theatre
Compiled by Kenneth Tynan CLASSIC Greek
Aeschylus , 525-456 BC
The Suppliant Ladies,
The Persians, 472
The Seven Against Thebes
Prometheus Bound,
c. 458
The Oresteia Aristophanes , c.445-c.385 BC
Acharnians Knights
Nephelai (The Clouds)
Sphekes (The Wasps)
Eirene (Peace) Ornithes (The Birds) Lysistrata Batrachoi (The Frogs) Thesmophoriazusae Ecclesiazusae (Women in Debate) Plutus
Euripides , 480-406 BC Alcestis Medea Hippolytus Hekabe (Hecuba) , c. 425 Andromache Herakles Mainomenos Ion Troades (The Trojan Women) Iphigeneia he en Taurois Electra Helene Orestes Iphigeneia he en Aulidi Cyclops , c. 425 Bakchai (Bacchants) Sophocles , c.495-406 BC Antigone , c. 442 Electra Oedipus Rex The Women of Trachis Philoctetes Oedipus at Colonus Roman Titus Maccius Plautus , c.251-184 BC Miles Gloriosus Menaechmi Pseudolus The Bacchides Trinumnus Amphitryon , c. 186 Captivi Aulularia Truculentus Lucius Annaeus Seneca , c. 4 BC – AD 65 Hercules Furens Medea Phaedra Oedipus Thyestes Troades Agamemnon Terence (Publius Terentius Afer), c. 195-159 Eunuchus Andria Adelphoe Hecyra Phormio MEDIEVAL TO 1550 English The Cornish Cycle (4 Plays) The Chester Cycle (25 Plays) The York Cycle (38 Plays) The Wakefield or Townsley Cycle (32 Plays) The Coventry Cycle (42 Plays) Anonymous Mankind The Castle of Perseverance , c. 1440

45. ProQuest Learning: Literature - Online Curriculum Teaching Resources For English
P. I, Ibsen, Henrik, 18281906, Irving, Washington, 1783-1859, Inchbald,Mrs., 1753-1821, Ishiguro, Kazuo, 1954-, J, Jackowska, Nicki.
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46. Chapter Inchbald to Irving Of I By Biographical Dictionary Of English Lit
Inchbald to Irving. Inchbald, Mrs. Elizabeth (Simpson) (17531821).—Novelistand dramatist, daughter of a Suffolk farmer. In a
Inchbald to Irving Inchbald, Mrs. Elizabeth (Simpson) Mogul Tale Appearance is against Them Such Things Are, The Married Man, The Wedding Day , and two novels, A Simple Story (1791), and Nature and Art (1796), which have been frequently reprinted. She also made a collection of plays, The Modern Theatre , in 10 vols. Her life was remarkable for its simplicity and frugality, and a large part of her earnings was applied in the maintenance of a delicate sister. Though of a somewhat sentimental and romantic nature, she preserved an unblemished reputation. Ingelow, Jean Off the Skelligs Fated to be Free (1875), and Sarah de Berenger (1879). She also wrote excellent stories for children, Mopsa the Fairy, Stories told to Children , etc. Her poems show a considerable lyric gift. Innes, Cosmo Scotland in the Middle Ages (1860), and Sketches of Early Scottish History (1861). He also edited many historical MSS. for the Bannatyne and other antiquarian clubs. Much learning is displayed in his works. Innes, Thomas Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of the Northern Parts of Britain (1729), and

47. Borgman, Albert Stephens, 1890-1954, Collector. Albert Stephens Borgman Autograp
1s.(3p.). (193) Howe, Julia (Ward) 18191910. Mrs Blackman; Boston,4 Jun 1906. 1s.(2p.). (206) Inchbald, Elizabeth (Simpson) 1753-1821.
bMS Am 1631
Borgman, Albert Stephens, 1890-1954, collector. Albert Stephens Borgman autograph collection: Guide.
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138
Descriptive Summary
Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University
Location: b
Call No.: MS Am 1631
Creator: Borgman, Albert Stephens, 1890-1954, collector.
Title: Albert Stephens Borgman autograph collection,
Quantity: 4 boxes (1.3 linear ft.)
Abstract: Letters and a few manuscripts of prominent literary figures, statesmen, and politicians from the United States and Europe collected by American professor of English Albert Stephens Borgman.
Administrative Information
Acquisition Information:
Gift of Frances Borgman Williams in memory of her brother Albert Stephens Borgman; received: 1961-1963.
Historical Note
Albert Stephens Borgman, who formed this collection, was a professor of English at New York University.
Arranged alphabetically.
Scope and Content
Consists of letters and a few manuscripts and documents of prominent literary figures, statesmen, and politicians from the United States and Europe. The bulk of the collection dates from the late 18th century to the early 20th century.
Container List
  • (1) Adams, John Quincy, pres. U.S., 1767-1848. P. P. F. De Grand; Washington, 20 Apr 1818. 1s.(1p.)

48. Broadhurst Authors Part 4
38r. Broadhurst, Jean, 18731954 Contributions , in Luros, Gretchen O., Mrs. Essentialsof Chemistry, with 1 Inchbald, Elizabeth, 1753-1821 and Pilon
A Preliminary List by Dale R. Broadhurst
01a. Broadhurst, Alan
[Hans Christian Andersen's] The Tinder Box, a Play for Children in Two Acts
Anchorage, Ky., Children's Theatre Press, 1963, 1964 66 p. illus. 23 cm.
01b. Broadhurst, Alan
The Great Cross-Country Race ... Entertainment for Children Anchorage, Ky. Anchorage Press, 1965 ISBN: 087602133X (pbk.)
01c. Broadhurst, Alan
Young Dick Whittington; a Play for Children in Three Acts
Anchorage, Ky., Children's Theatre Press, c1964. 71 p. illus. 23 cm.
02. Broadhurst. Alan V. and Brookes, George F.
Diving Manual: the British Sub Aqua Club Official Instructions on Underwater Swimming Techniques London: Paul, 1960, 2nd rev. ed. 239 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 03. Broadhurst, Allan Douglas The Role of Nationalism and Education in Postwar Japan: An Understanding ... CA, San Diego, San Diego State University, 1990 v, 196 leaves ; 28 cm. Thesis (M.A.) 04a. Broadhurst, Allan Roscoe, 1932- A Thematic Analysis and Rhetorical Study of the Sermons of Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

49. Editorial Notes (non-js) - _Letter To The Women Of England_ By Mary Robinson - E
Mrs. Inchbald Elizabeth Inchbald (17531821) was a novelist, dramatist, andactress who left her parents' home to seek her fortune at eighteen.
Editorial Notes to Mary Robinson's Letter to the Women of England El. Rose: Elizabeth Rose (1747-1815) was the 19th Clan Chief of the powerful Clan Rose. The Clan Rose inhabited Kilravock Castle in Nairnshire, Scotland, from the fifteenth century when it was built to the present day (when once again, and for only the second time, the Clan Chief is a woman). Rose married her cousin Hugh Rose (1746-1780) in June 1779 but retained her status as Clan Chief until she died. A son, also named Hugh Rose, was born February 8, 1780, and became the 20th Clan Chief. In her personal copy of Robinson's Letter , Elizabeth Rose made significant additions to Robinson's List of British Female Literary Characters at the end of this Letter, indicated in coral-colored text in this hypertext edition. Our thanks to George Rose for information on Elizabeth Rose's genealogy.
to Robinson's Letter Anne Frances Randall: This is one of numerous pseudonyms under which Robinson wrote. She tended to use different names to suit different voices or personas in her writing; other pseudonyms include Perdita, Laura, Laura Maria, M.R., Oberon, Tabitha Bramble, Portia, Sappho, the Sylphid, and Titania (Curran 34). In her acting career, Robinson also used a number of stage names.
to Robinson's Letter "wherefore are we...":

50. Jane Austen Society Toronto - Welcome
Recently she has written a biography of Elizabeth Inchbald (17531821) soon to be PamelaWhalan “And what if Mrs. Leigh-Parrot had been Found Guilty?” In
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collected and edited by Deirdre Le Faye. Yes! ... we too will become acquainted with everything in the world - and more - at the World of Jane Austen 2002 Annual General Meeting. At long last we are able to announce our Breakout Speakers! It has taken the Program Committee some time to select from the more than fifty topics submitted to fill some forty spots - and that doesn't include the extra musical events listed at the end. A more compact version of this list will be published in the Spring 2002 JASNA News and, of course, will appear on our Conference Brochure. To assist you in advance in making your selection of the Breakout Sessions you might wish to attend, we have given a more expanded version here. Our speakers come from Australia, throughout the United States and Canada, and some from as far away as Japan. This should give us a fine variety of topics and ideas. The position number shown at the end of each speaker's biogaphy relates to their session position noted on page 8 of the Brochure. However, program placement is subject to change.

51. History On-Line
was not. She also became a champion of Mrs Inchbald (17531821), whowent on to write some 20 plays for the stage. The following
Browse material from: Adam Matthew Publications
Treasury Papers
Series One: Papers of the Economic Section, 1941-1961 (Public Record Office Class T 230) Part 4: T 230/110-145
10 reels of 35mm silver-halide positive microfilm plus guide to Parts 2-4 Part 4 (T 230/110-145) looks at the National Wages Policy, Price stabilisation policy, correspondence of the Inter-departmental Committee on Reparations and Economic Security, Proposals for a commercial clearing union, the Inter-departmental Committee on Post-war Commercial Policy, the Post-war Export Trade Committee, Future British export prospects in connection with increasing world competition, proposed post-war trade collaboration with allied governments, Statistics relating to trade tariffs and preferences, the working party on the Expansion of Trade with Eastern Europe, Lend-lease general papers, and the Economic Survey for 1948-1952. The material is again arranged in only a broad chronological manner covering the period 1940-1952. There are good files addressing the variety of problems which afflicted Britain's war-time economy, post-war economic development, trade and commercial policy.

52. Lecture 2 Images Of Women In Literature
Radcliffe (17641823), Fanny Burney (1752-1840), Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821),Maria Edgeworth laugh at him, and feel sympathy towards Mrs Charlotte Collins.
Lecture VII The Novel and the Middle Class - Jane Austen Tells us How Unknown Writer of the Night: Madame de La Fayette She met the greatest writers of her time. Her friend, Mme de Sévigné, Racine, Corneille, Boileau, and was probably
La Rochefoucauld's lover. Married to Jean-François de La Vergne, who preferred living in his countryside's domain
rather than in Paris, she didn't have to support a husband she didn't particularly love. In what extent did La Rochefoucauld participate to the writing of La Princesse de Clèves ? That will probably remain the greatest mystery of La Fayette's life...It was considered as vanity for Women to sign their books and it is very difficult to say who did what regarding La Fayette's work. Everybody today considers she wrote La Princesse de Clèves, her major book, even if it was corrected by La Rochefoucauld. She died of a heart disease in Paris. Mme de La Fayette - 1634-1693
"One is so weak when he falls in love."

53. Records For Farces. (in MARION)
Farces. Record 1 of 1. Inchbald, Mrs., 17531821. comp. cn A collectionof farces and other afterpieces. New York, B. Blom, 1970.
Record 1 of 1
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54. A Collection Of Farces And Other Afterpieces. (in MARION)
A collection of farces and other afterpieces. Title A collection of farcesand other afterpieces. Author Inchbald, Mrs., 17531821. comp.
A collection of farces and other afterpieces.
  • New York, B. Blom, 1970.
  • 7 v. 16 cm.
  • Reprint of the 1815 ed.
System ID no:
  • AAJ-2175
  • CALL NUMBER: 808.82 I37c v;1 BOOK Available
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55. The London Library | New English Language Accessions November 2002
H. European War I AUTHOR .. Inchbald, Elizabeth, 17531821 TITLE .. A simplestory / by Mrs Inchbald PUBLISHER.. London Charles Daly PUBL DATE..

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56. The London Library | New English Language Accessions By Shelfmark November 2002
Safe, Small Books AUTHOR .. Inchbald, Elizabeth, 17531821 TITLE .. A simplestory / by Mrs Inchbald PUBLISHER.. London Charles Daly PUBL DATE..

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57. 19th Century Fiction Bibliography
By an Old Boy Cambridge Macmillan Co. 1857 viii, 420 p. Preliminariesomitted. Mrs. Inchbald, 17531821, A Simple Story. In Four Volumes.
19th Century Fiction: Bibliography
This list was converted from the printed bibliography and there may be errors in transcription.
William Harrison Ainsworth, 1805-1882, Jack Sheppard. A
Romance. By W. Harrison Ainsworth, Esq.... With
Illustrations by George Crulkshank. In Three Volumes.
London: Richard Bentley 1839
3 v. Preliminaries, tables of contents and advertisement omitted. Grant Allen, 1848-1899, The Woman Who Did: By Grant Allen
London: John Lane 1895
Boston: Roberts Bros. 1895
241 p. Preliminaries omitted. Jane Austen, 1775-1817, Emma: A Novel. In Three Volumes.
London: Printed for John Murray 1816
3 v. Preliminaries and advertisement omitted. Jane Austen, 1775-1817, Lady Susan [in, The Works of Jane
Austen; Volume VI; Minor Works] Oxford.. Geoffrey Cumberlege 1954 viii, 474 p. Only Lady Susan included. Reproduced from The Works of Jane Austen, Volume 6: Minor Works, first published by Oxford University Press, 1954, ed. R. W. Chapman with revisions 1963, 1965 and further revisions by B. C. Southam 1969. Jane Austen, 1775-1817, Mansfield Park: A Novel. In Three

58. HDIS - English Prose Drama Table Of Contents
Mrs. G. of the Golden Pippin London Printed and Published by J the Table of Contents) (to fulltext searching) Inchbald, Elizabeth (1753-1821)

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  • Anonymous (Late Eighteenth Century)
      The Corsicans
      [Original author: August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue (1761-1819)]
      Second Edition: London: Printed for J. Bell [etc.], 1799
      Date first performed: Unknown or unacted. The East Indian (1799)
      [Original author: August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue (1761-1819)]
      London: Printed for T. W. Longman [etc.], 1799
      Date first performed: Unknown or unacted. The Negro Slaves
      [Original author: August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue (1761-1819)]
      London: Printed for T. Cadell, Junior, and W. Davies [etc.], 1796 Date first performed: Unknown or unacted. The Reapers [Original author: Charles Simon Favart (1710-1792)] London: Printed for T. Carnan [etc.], 1770 Date first performed: Unknown or unacted. The School for Honour [Original author: Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (1729-1781)] London: Printed for Vernor And Hood [etc.], 1799

59. Records For English Drama -- History And Criticism. (LC) (in Lcmarc)
Holbrook, David. Images of woman in literature / David Holbrook. New York New York University Press, c1989. Inchbald, Mrs., 17531821. DRAMA HISTORY AND CRITICISM/27fe70009000/4
English drama History and criticism. (LC)
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60. Records For Farces. (in MARION)
Inchbald, Mrs., 17531821. comp. A collection of farces and other afterpieces.New York, B. Blom, 1970. LOCATION Bertrand Library

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