Peter Kavanagh, Irish Theatre (Tralee 1946)

General Bibliography of Irish Theatre
  • Collins, Charles McCarthy, Celtic Irish Songs and Song-writers, selection with intro. and memoirs (Dublin 1885).
  • Companion to the Theatre or A view of our more Celebrated Dramatic Poets (Dublin 1751).
  • Essay on the Welfare of the Irish Stage, An (Dublin 1792).
  • Fitzgerald, P. H., Henry Irving, A Record of Twenty Years at the Lyceum (1893).
  • Higgins, Geodfrey, The Celtic Druids ... (1829).
  • History of the Theatre Royal, Dublin (1870).
  • Hughes, Rev. Samuel, The Pre-Victorian Drama in Dublin (1904).
  • Hook, T., Reminiscences of Michael Kelly, 2 vols (1826).
  • Kirkman, J., Memoirs of the Life of Charles Macklin, 2 vols (1799).
  • MacCarthy, Denis Florence, The Poets and Dramatists of Ireland (1846).
  • Macready, W. O., Reminiscences and Selection from his Diaries and Letters, 1876.
  • Edmond Malone, Historical Account on the Rise and Progress of the English Stage .. (1790).
  • Meeks, L. H., Sheridan Knowles and the Theatre of His Time (Bloomington 1933).
  • Shaw, G.B., The Quintessence of Ibsenism (1891).
  • Walker, Joseph Cooper, `An Historical Essay on the Irish Stage’, in Trans. of the Roy. Irish Acad., II, p.75f (1787).
  • Bibl. of general sources in Part II of Peter Kavanagh’s Irish Theatre, (1946):
  • MS S.P., 63 (State Papers Ireland) vol 304, no. 171 Lon. Publ. Rec. Off. [Stockwell]; MMS C 66 Patent Roll, 13 Charles Pt. 40 No 39, Publ. Rec. Off., Lond. [do.]; Liber Munerum Publicorum Hiberniae, vol. 1, pt. ii, p. 93; Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus; Mercurias Publicas, Oct. 21 1662; Dorothy Caulfield, Corneille and Racine in England (1904); John Dunton, The Dublin Scuffle (1699); Hughes, The Pre-Victorian Drama in Dublin (gives no references).
  • Add. bibliography of irish dramatists & works (irish theatre, 1946).
  • [Note: Kavanagh’s appendix list does not however include the British Plays of major Irish playwrights such as Congreve, Farquhar, Southerne, Steele, Goldsmith, and Sheridan, treated in the body of his book].
  • Balfour, Mary, Kathleen O’Neill, melod. (Belfast Th., 1814); and cf. Pepper, George, infra.
  • Bashful Irishman, The (Royal Th., Dublin, 30 Oct. 1857).
  • Bernard, William Bayle, The Nervous Man and the Man of Nerve, com. (DL 26 Jan. 1833); His Last Legs, farce (1839); The Irish Attorney or Galway Practice in 1770, farce (Hay. 6 May 1840).
  • Betting Man’s Career, or The Shade of Dan Donnelly and What Happened to Him, hist. tragi-com. (Fishamble St. Dec. 1863)
  • Botheration, drama (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Oct 1843).
  • Brady, E.F., Home Rule, Irish drama (Queen’s, Dublin, Sept. 1881); and cf. Brady, F., Willy Reilly, drama (Glasgow New Adelphi, 29 Mar 1875).
  • Brian Boroimhe, (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Oct 1843).
  • Brougham, John, Life in the Clouds, extrav. (Lyceum London, 1840); Temptation; The Irish Emigrant, com. (Boston Th.,NY 1856); Home Rule; Playing with Fire, com. (Princess’s Lon 28 Sept 1861); A Recollection of O’Flanagan and the Fairies, extrav. (Broadway Th., NY); The Duke’s Motto (Lyceum Lon 10 Jan 1863).
  • Buchanan, Robert, The Exiles of Erin, or St. Abe and his Seven Wives, a Mormon drama (Olym. Lon 7 May 1881); with Jay Buchanan, Alone in London (Olym On. 2 Nov. 1885); Dick Sheridan, Play (Gaiety Dublin Mar 1894).
  • Buckstone, JB, Presumptive Evidence or Murder will Out, dom. drama (Adelphi Lon. 11 Feb 1828); The Boyne Water or the Relief of Londonderry, drama (Adelphi, 21 Nov. 1831); The Irish Lion, farce (Hay 13 June 1838); The Green Bushes, drama (Adelphi 27 Jan 1845
  • Byrne, M., Dermot and Kathleen or The Irish Wedding, ballet (CF 1793).
  • Byron, Henry J., Old Soldiers, com. (Jan. 1873); Miss Eily O’Connor, burl. (DL 25 Nov. 1861).
  • Calderon, St. Patrick’s Purgatory, trans. 1853.
  • Carleton, Irish Manufacture or Bob M’Gawley’s Project, play (Th Royal, Dub., 25 Mar 1841); see also Anna Jane Magrath, Fardorougha the Miser; and Fardorougha and the Black Prophet (Adelphi Liverpool,4 July 1898).
  • Clarke, Olivia, The Irish Woman, com. (1819).
  • Collier, William, Kate Kearney or the Maid of Killarney, operetta (Dub. June 1836).
  • Coleman, John, Soggart Aroon (Grand Th. Birmingham, 29 Nov. 1897).
  • Cooke, Frederick, Maureen-na-Laveen, drama (Greenock Th. Roy., 7 Feb 1873); ’98 or Faugh-a-Ballagh, Irish drama (Prince of Wales’s, Rochedale, 13 July 1874); The Diver’s Luck, drama (Dublin Queen’s, 17 Sept 1888); with WR Waldron, Icebound or Exiles of Fortune, drama (Queen’s, Dublin,15 Aug 1892); On Shannon’s Shore or the Blackthorn, drama (Reading Princess Th. 14 Feb 1895).
  • Cooke, N.T., Thierna-na-Oge or The Prince of the Lakes (Lon. 20 Ap 1829).
  • Connor, Barry, Gra Gal Machree, Irish drama (Brittania, Lon., 31 July 1876); The Sumachaun, (Britt., 5 Aug 1878); Corney Rhue (Britt. 4 Aug 1879); Emigration (Queen’s, Dub. 13 July 1800)
  • Connaught Wife, The, com. (Smock Alley, 1769)
  • Costello, Mary, A Bad Quarter of an Hour, comedietta (Queen’s, 312 Aug. ?)
  • Cowley,Mrs H., The Belle’s Stratagem, com. (CG 1780)
  • Cox, Walter, The Widow Dempsey’s Funeral, com. (Dublin 18 May 1911), 1822; The coming of Aideen (Ir. Theatrical Club, 18 May 1910).
  • Creamer, Auguste, Blarney, drama (Newcastle-under-Lyme, T.R., 1 mar 1875); Informers, play (Royal, Leeds, 31 Aug. 1883); Irish Life, drama (Sadler’s Wells, Lon. 7 Nov. 1890); Irish Diamonds.
  • Croker, Thomas Crofton, Daniel O’Rourke or Rhymes of a Pantomime (Londo 1828).
  • Cutts, J., Rebellion Defeated, or the Fall of Desmond (1745)
  • Dacre, H. The Man in the Moon, or Dan O’Rourke and the Eagle; Harlequin O’Donoghue of the Lakes and the Leprachauns of the Fairy Valley, Christmas panto. (Queen’s, Dub. 26 Dec. 1877) [cf. Harlequin and O’Donoghue or the White Horse of Killarney, panto. (Astley’s Lon. 26 Dec. 1850).
  • Dawson, Charles, Finola, or the Marriage of Tara, dram. piece (Dublin 1879).
  • Devil’s in the Room, farcetta (Th. Roy., Abbey St. Oct 1843).
  • Dhuiv Gow, The, a Racing Drama (Queen’s, Nov. 1883).
  • Dillock Girl, The, national drama (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Dec. 1843).
  • Dublin by Night, sensational drama (Queen’s Dub., Apr 1880).
  • Dumb Wife, The, or Irish Promotion, drama (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Nov. 1843).
  • Egan, Pierce, Life in Dublin or Tom, Jerry and Logic on their Travels, natl. drama (Dublin 21 Feb. 1834).
  • Fahy, Francis, The last of the O’Learys, play (1870).
  • Falconer, Edmund, Peep o’ Day or Savourneen Deelish, drama (Lyceum Lon. 9 Nov. 1861); Galway-go-Bragh or Love, Fun, and Fighting, drama (DL 25 Nov. 1865); The O’Flaherty, farce (DL Lon. 1864); Oonah or The Lovers of Lisnamona, drama (Her Majesty’s th., Lon. 1 Nov. 1866); Eileen Oge or Dark’s the Hour Before Dawn, drama (Princess’s Th., Lon. 29 Jan. 1871); Innisfallen or The Man in the Gap (Lyceum, Lon., 17 July 1870); Agra-ma-Chree, drama (Manchester T.R., 8 Mar 1875); The O’Donoghue’s, a Warning, Irish drama (Th. Royal, Dub. 28 Oct 1878).
  • Fraser, Julia Agnes, Patrick’s Vow, drama (Strathvon,23 may 1873); Dermot O’Donoghue, the Stranger from Belfast (Th. Royal, Belfast, 25 Nov. 1878); Pat of Mullingar, or An Irish Lothario, com.
  • French, W. Percy,with W. Houston Collison, The Knight of the Road, com. op. (Queen’s 27 Apr 1891).
  • Garrick, David, The Irish Widow (DL 1772); The Irish Belle, farce (Charing Cross, 1?873).
  • Gilbert, WS, Tom Cobb or Fortune’s Toy, farc. com. (St. James’s, 24 Apr. 1875); O’Connell Tableaux, in honour of O’Connell Centenary (Queen’s Th., Dublin, Aug. 1875).
  • Gore, Mrs. Charles, King O’Neil, or the Irish Brigade, com. (CG 9 Dec 1835)
  • Grattan, HP, The White Boys, a Romantic Drama (Lon 1836); The Fair Circle or Con O’Callaghan’s Dream, legendary Irish dom. drama (Princ of Wales’ Th., Liverpool); The White Boys of Kerry, drama (Bradford Th. Royal, 14 Oct. 1872); The Omadhaun, drama (Queen’s, Lon. 24 Nov. 1877).
  • Hazlewood, C.H., The Fairy Man, drama (Brittania, Lon., Oct. 1865); The Ballinasloe Boy (Britt., 24 June 1867); Erin-Go-Bragh or The Wren Boys of Kerry (Britt. 18 Apr. 1870); Aileen Asthore or Irish Fidelity (Britt. 20 Feb. 1871); The Four Kings or Paddy in the Moon, burl. (Britt. Apr. 14 1873); Arah-na-Brogue, drama (Sadler’s Wells, 25 Oct. 1865); The Soldier of Fortune or The Irish Settler, com. (Royal Th., Dub., 21 June 1865).
  • Hibernia’s Triumph, masque (Dublin 1748)
  • Howard, Alfred, O’Donoghue of the Lakes, and the Leprachauns or The Good Little People, natl. panto (Royal, Dublin 1840)
  • Howe, J.B., The Poor Parisheen or The Fugitives of Derrinane, drama (Britt. 27 Sept 1869).
  • Hyde, -, The Irish Absentee, farce (Marylebone, Feb 1838).
  • In and Out of Place, comedietta (Th. Royal, Dub. Oct 1857)
  • In Fear of the Law, romantic (Queen’s June 1899)
  • Irish Knight, The (1576)
  • Irish Rebellion, The, anon. (1623)
  • Irish Assurance and Yankee Modesty, com. dram. (Th. Royal, Dub., Oct 1857)
  • Irish Engagement, An, comedietta (Queen’s Dub., Apr 1880)
  • Irwin, Edward, King O’Toole’s Goose or the Legends of Glendalough, extrav. (Queen’s Th., Dub. 24 mar 1856).
  • Jonson, Ben, The New Inn or The Light Heart, com. (1629) 1631; The Irish Masque at Court (1613) 1640.
  • Kate Kearney, legendary drama (Th. Royal, Dub., 7 Dec 1857)
  • Kertaland, William, Shawn Long and the Fairies, op. legendary romance (Dublin 10 Jan. 1835)
  • King’s Monkey, The, or Pat, and the Potatoes, dram. (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Dec. 1843).
  • King Brian Boroimhe, or Harlequin Prince Roderick and the Fair Eleveen or The Banshee of Kincora, panto. (Fishamble St., 26 Dec. 1863).
  • King O’Toole’s Goose, His Six sons, or Harlequin Fin M’Coul and the Fairies of Glendalough (Queen’s 26 Dec. 1883).
  • L.S.D., a realistic drama in 3 acts (Queen’s, 23 Apr 1888).
  • Lavery, J., Garryowen or The Bells of Shandon, Irish Drama (Victoria,Lon. 21 may 1877).
  • Last of the O’Rourkes, The, or It’s Only my Cousin!! (Fishamble St., Dec 1863).
  • Le Fanu, Mrs Alicia, The Sons of Erin or Modern Sentiment, com. (DL 11 Apr 1812); for Miss Le Fanu, see Robertson, infra.
  • Levey, John, Cushla-Ma-Chree, drama (Liverpool Adelphi, 1 Sept 1873); The Banshee or The Spirit of the Boreen, Irish Drama (Elephant and Castle 28 Feb 1876); Moyna-a-Roon or The Rapparee’s Bride, drama (Chester TR, 25 oct. 1876); Leprechaun or The Lovers of Tara Vale, drama (Liverpool TR, 19 Feb 1877); Irishman’s Heart or A Kiss of the Blarney, comedietta (Britt. 29 Sept, 1879); Daniel O’Connell or Kerry’s Pride and Munster’s Glory, drama (TR Worcester, 21 June 1880).
  • Lord Edward Fitzgerald, trag, O’Brien, -, (Dublin 1842); and see Whitbread, J.W., Lord Edward or ’98, a Romantic Irish Drama (Queen’s 26 Dec. 1898).
  • Lynam, Col. W.F., Darby the Dodger, com. drama (Dublin 1867).
  • Lyster, Fred, and John F. Sheridan, Brigid O’Brien, Esquire, farce (Opera Comic,Lon. 29Oct. 1887).
  • Macauley, John, The Genius of Ireland, masque (Dublin 1785).
  • McCarthy, Daniel, Cruiskeen Lawn, com. (Jacob’s Th., NY, 22 Aug. 1891).
  • McClelland, Harry, Brian the Bold! And the Cork-Seeing Brothers or A Pair of Braces containing Two Irish Miles, burl. (Queen’s, Jan 1882).
  • McDermott, John, The Milesian, com. op. (Smock alley, 26 Nov. 1772).
  • McNeil, James, The Agent and the Absentee (written about 1824).
  • McNevin, Thomas, Gerald, A natl. dramatic poem (Dublin 1831).
  • McSwiney, Paul, Amergin, Irish op. (Cork 1880); The Fairies’ Dell, Irish Drama (played in NY); An bard [a]gus an Fo [The Bard and the Knight], a Gaelic Idyll (NY Gaelic Soc., 1884).
  • Mackey, Fenlon,and Louis Denbigh, The Life We Live (Queen’s, 22 Jan. 1890)
  • Man and Wife, com. (Th Royal, Jan. 1844)
  • Mansfield, J.S., Sally Kavanagh or A Tale of Tipperary, adpt. Charles Kickham, drama (Dewsbury TR, 18 Nov. 1871).
  • Manning, Michael A., Rent, Irish Drama (New Th. and Opera House, Waterford, 19 Sept. 1881); Shamrocks; Betrayal.
  • Mephistopheles or the Yankee, com. interlude (Royal Th. Dub., Dec. 1857).
  • Milliken, Richard Alfred, Darby in Arms (about 1810)
  • Montgomery, Handy Andy, com. drama, adpt. from Lover [n.d.]
  • Moore, Augustus M., Charles O’Malley, adpt. from Lever [n.d.]
  • Morton, Thomas, The Invincibles, mus. farce (CG Feb 28 1828 ) [sic].
  • Murphy, Mrs Louisiana, Dunmore, or The Days of the Land League (1888).
  • Ninth Statute, or the Irishman in Bagdad, drama (DL 9 Nov 1814)
  • No. 18 College Green, Dublin, interlude (Dublin 1829).
  • No Irish Need Apply (Strand, Lon. 19 Feb. 1854).
  • Norah Creena, Irish drama (Queen’s Dublin, Sept 1881).
  • Our Irish Visitors, com. (Gaiety, Apr 1899)
  • O’Brien, Fitzjames, A Gentleman from Ireland, com. (Wallack’s Th., NY, 11 Dec. 1854).
  • O’Connor, T., The Rent Warner, An Irish Play (Th. Royal, Limerick, 1 Dec 1882).
  • O’Connor,Bartholomew, The Irish Land-Agent, com. (Dublin 1873).
  • O’Grady, Hubert, A Shindy in a Shanty, farce (Queen’s Nov. 1885); Eviction; The Fairy Finder or Larry and the Leprechaun, 4 act drama (Queen’s Nov. 1882); Emigration, Queen’s Nov. 1885); The Famine, 4 acts (Queen’s Apr 26 1886); The Fenian, rom. drama (Queen’s Apr 1889); The Priest Hunter (Manchester Queen;s Apr. 3 1893); The Outlaw’s, a story of Ireland in the Days of Charles II (Queen’s, Dec. 1901); The Wild Irish Boy (Queen’s July 1902).
  • O’Sullivan, Gerald, Robert Emmet, the Irish Martyr, play (Prince of Wales’s Theatre, Fishamble St., 15 Dec. 1862).
  • Paddy the Piper, com. drama (Th. Royal, Dub. Nov. 1857).
  • Paddy the Porter, farce (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Oct 1843)
  • Pat in Japan, or The Abandoned Irishman, comic piece (Th. Royal, Dublin, June 1840)
  • Peake, R. Brinsley, One Hundred Pound Note, farce (Dublin 1826)
  • Pellisier, W. Harvey, Connla of the Golden Hair, cantata (Feis Ceoil, 1903).
  • Pepper, George, Kathleen O’Neill; Ireland Redeemed or The Devoted Princess (NY 1830).
  • Peter Williams, farce (Th. Royal, Dub., June 1836)
  • Petticoat Paddy or The Irishman and his Seven Sweethearts, ba. (Th. Royal, Abbey St., Nov. 1843).
  • Pilgrim, James, Paddy Miles - the Boy from Limerick, farce (Sadler’s Wells, 22 Apr 1836); Robert Emmet, play.
  • Pitt (Dibdin), The Wizard of Wicklow or Harlequin and the Magic Larder, panto. (Th. Royal Abbey St. 26 Dec.1843); cf. Pitt, W.H., Biddy O’Neill or The Daughter of Erin, drama (Britt. 29 Mar. 1869).
  • Poul-a-Dhiol, Irish Drama (Queen’s, Dublin, Mar 1880).
  • Power, Tyrone, Etiquette or A Wife for a Blunder, com. (Dublin June 1836); How to Pay the Rent, farce (Hay 2 Apr 1840); O’Flannigan and the Fairies, farce (Adelphi 26 Apr 1857); Born to Good Luck or The Irishman of Fortune, farce (CG 17 Mar 1832); Paddy Carey or The Boy from Clogheen, farce (CG 29 May 1833); St. Patrick;s Eve or The Order of the Day, drama (Hay 18 Sept 1837).
  • Reade, Charles, and Tom Taylor, Masks and Faces, play (Hay. 20 Nov. 1852) [erron.]
  • Reynolds, George Nugent, Bantry Bay, mus. interlude (CG 18 Feb. 1797) 1797.
  • Reynolds, Walter, Sweet Innisfail (Queen’s Dec. 1890); The Sprissaun; The Shamrock and the Rose.
  • Ride for Life, A, Irish drama (Queen’s, Dublin, Sept 1881)
  • Roach, James C., and J. Armoy Knox, Shane-na-Lawn, com. (Gaiety, 6 May 1889).
  • Robertson (Miss Le Fanu), Daughter of Erin, com. (Th. Roy., Dub., 19 Aug. 1891)
  • Robert Emmet, the Irish Patriot of 1803, drama (Blyth Octagon, Feb 14, 1873).
  • Roberts, George, and Harry Monkshouse, Pat, an Irish mus. comedy-drama (Artillery Th., Woolwich, 16 Nov. 1891).t
  • Robinson, Nugent, Janet O’Brien, drama (th. Royal, Dub., 27 Feb 1869)
  • Robinson, J, Daniel O’Connell (Queen’s, 14 Aug 1882).
  • Rowe, G.F., The Donagh or The Rose of Killarney (Queen’s, Sept. 1885).
  • Royal Voyage, The or the Irish Expedition (1689).
  • Shamus O’Brien, see Stanford, Charles Villiers, infra.
  • Shadwell, Charles, Rotheric O’Connor, King of Connaught or The Distressed Princess, trag. (Dublin 1720); The Plotting Lovers or The Dismal Squire, farce (1720); Irish Hospitality or Virtue Rewarded, com. (1720).
  • Shandy Maguire or The Bould Boy of the Mountains (Royal, Dublin, Nov. 1857).
  • Shirley, James, Hyde Park, com. (priv. house DL 1637); St. Patrick for Ireland, hist. (1640).
  • Soggarth, The!, romantic (Queen’s June 1888).
  • St. Patrick and the Golden Shamrock or Harlequin and the Sleeping Beauty, panto. (Dublin 1834).
  • Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers, music, with libretto by George Jessop, Sheamus O’Brien, opera (Opera Comique, Lon. 2 March 1896).
  • Stevens, George Alexander, The Humours of an Irish Court of Justice, dated London 12 1750; The True Born Irishman, farce (York, 1771).
  • Sterling, Edward, The Bould Soger Boy, farce (Strand, Nov. 1851); The Dark Glen of Bally Foihl, drama (Ipswich TR, 28 Oct 1871); The Shingawn or Old Ireland’s Shamrock has Not Withered Yet, drama (Portsmouth Roy. Albert 6 Feb 1872).
  • Tate, Nahum, A Duke and No Duke, with pref. on farce (1693).
  • Teague’s Rambles to London, interlude (Hay., 1770).
  • Tight Irish Boy (CG 9 May 1797)
  • Towers, Edward, Shemus-na-Lena or The Speidor, Irish drama (Liverpool TR 6 Mar 1876); The Boatman of the Shannon, Irish drama (Pavilion, Lon., 24 Feb 1877); Balla-go-Faugh, Irish drama (Pavilion, 13 Nov 1880).
  • Travis, W.J., Erin-go-Bragh or The Milesian Trust in Luck, drama (Victoria,3 May 1873).
  • Upton, William C., Cuchulain, A Dramatic Poem (1887).
  • Wagner, Richard, Tristan and Isolda, opera (Munich 10 June 1865) 1860.
  • Waller, John Francis, Harlequin Fulminoso or The Garden of Glenfearna, panto
  • The Wearing of the Green, Howard Walter, Irish opera comedy-drama (Workington Th. Royal, 1 Aug 1896), and The Wearin’ o’ the Green, with Charles Mackay, (Workington, 7 Aug 1896); and cf. three other productions: Connie Soogah, The, or The Wearing of the Green, prize drama (Royal, Dub., May 1873); Wearing of the Green, The (Queen’s June 1882); and Wearin’ o’ the Green (Queen’s 22 June 1896); Weldron, M., The Wearin’ of the Green (1898).
  • White Quaker, The, or The Village Alarmist, drama (Th. Royal Abbey St., Oct 1843.)
  • Whitbread, J.W., Shoulder to Shoulder (Queen’s 15 Nov 1886); The Nationalist (Queen’s 26 Dec 1891); The Irishman (Queen’s Aug 1892); The Spectres of the Past or Homeless in the Streets of Dublin, burl. (Queen’s Jan. 1893); The Victoria Cross, mil. drama (Queen’s 7 Sept 1896); Lord Edward or ’98, a Romantic Irish Drama (Queen’s 26 Dec. 1898); Rory O’More (Queen’s 15 Apr 1900); The Ulster Hero, hist. drama (Queen’s 12 Jan. 1902); The Insurgent Chief, romantic (Queen’s 31 Mar 1902); The Sham Squire, about ’98 (Queen’s 26 Dec 1903); Sarsfield, siege of Limerick (Queen’s 2 Jan 1905); The Irish Dragoon, Romantic Drama (Queen’s 25 Dec 1905); The French Huzzar, romantic (Queen’s 24 Dec 1906).
  • Woods, Dr. Robert H. and C.W. Wilson, Botany Bay (Gaiety July 1892) [about TCD].

Note that only literary authors of the so-called “Irish dramas” only have been included, while many such as Lord, TW, Pish o’ Pogue, Irish Drama (South Shields Roy. Amph., 22 may 1876), and others less distinctly signposted remain uncopied in Kavanagh’s and in Joseph Holloway’s (Guide to Books on Ireland). Of those omitted here the largest grouping is associated with the Brittania Theatre in London in the 1870s.

 

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