ID 6828
Name David Longworth
Gender Male
Street Address at the Shakspeare Gallery, no. 11, Park
City New York City
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The castle of Otranto. A gothic story. By Horace Walpole. ; And Lothaire. A legend. By Harriet Lee Walpole , Horace (Author)
Lee , Harriet (Author)
Southey , Robert (Author)
1801
Publisher The Enchanted Plants; Fables in Verse. Inscribed to Miss Montolieu, and Miss Julia Montolieu. Hamilton , William (Illustrator)
Maverick , Peter (Engraver)
Anderson , Alexander (Engraver)
and 1 more.
1803
Publisher The tournament, a tragedy: imitated from the celebrated German drama entitled, Agnes Bernauer, which was written by a nobleman of high rank, and founded on a fact, that occurred in Bavaria about the year 1435. By Mariana Starke, author of The widow of Malabar, &c. As performed at the New-York Theatre. From the prompt-book. By permission of the manager. Starke , Mariana (Author)
1803
Printer The country girl, a comedy, in five acts. Altered from Wycherly's Country wife, by David Garrick, Esq. As performed at the theatres, Drury-Lane and New-York. With remarks, by Mrs. Inchbald. Garrick , David (Author)
Wycherley , William (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Printer Wild oats, or The strolling gentlemen, a comedy, in five acts. By John O'Keeffe, Esq. As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden and New-York. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. O'Keeffe , John (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher Douglas, or, The noble shepherd: a tragedy, in five acts. By Mr. Home. Marked as performed. With Mrs. Inchbald's remarks, &c. Home , John (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher Inkle and Yarico, an opera, in three acts. : By G. Colman, the younger. As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden, Hay-Market, and New-York. From the prompt-book--by permission. Cooper, manager, (N.Y.) ; With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. Colman , George (the younger) (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Introducer)
1806
Publisher More ways than one. A comedy, in five acts. By Mrs. Cowley. As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden and New-York. From the prompt-book--by permission of the manager. Cowley , Hannah (Author)
1806
Publisher The child of nature, a dramatic piece, in four acts. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis, by Mrs. Inchbald. As performed at the New-York Theatre. From the prompt-book—by permission. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Translator)
1806
Publisher The country girl, a comedy, in five acts. Altered from Wycherly's Country wife, by David Garrick, Esq. As performed at the theatres, Drury-Lane and New-York. With remarks, by Mrs. Inchbald. Garrick , David (Author)
Wycherley , William (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher The mountaineers; an opera, in three acts. By G. Colman, the younger. As performed at the theatres, New-York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. ; From the prompt-book--by permission. Cooper, manager, (N.Y.) ; With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald Colman , George (the younger) (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher The school for friends, a comedy, in five acts. By Miss Chambers. As performed at the theatres, Drury-Lane and New-York. Chambers , Marianne (Author)
Dibdin , Thomas (Author)
1806
Publisher Wild oats, or The strolling gentlemen, a comedy, in five acts. By John O'Keeffe, Esq. As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden and New-York. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. O'Keeffe , John (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher The wild Irish girl, a national tale. By Miss Owenson, author of the Novice of St. Dominick, &c. &c. Owenson , Sydney (Author)
Harrisson , Margaret (Publisher)
1807
Publisher Who's the dupe? A farce. In two acts. By Mrs. Cowley. As performed at the theatres, Drury-Lane and New-York. Cowley , Hannah (Author)
1807
Bookseller Elizabeth; or, The exiles of Siberia: a tale, founded upon facts. From the French of Madame Cottin. Cottin , Sophie (Author)
Unknown , (Translator)
1808
Publisher Corinna; or Italy. By Mad. de Stael Holstein. de Staël von Holstein , Anne Louise Germaine (Author)
1808
Publisher The lay of an Irish harp; or Metrical fragments. By Miss Owenson. Owenson , Sydney (Author)
Harrisson , Margaret (Publisher)
Anderson , Alexander (Engraver)
1808
Publisher The peacock "at home:" a sequel to The butterfly's ball. Written by a lady. Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
Roscoe , William (Author)
1808
Publisher The stranger; a drama, in five acts; as performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and Boston Theatre. Translated from the German of Kotzebue. By Benjamin Thompson, Esq. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. Kotzebue , August von (Author)
Thompson , Benjamin (Translator)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1808
Publisher Animal magnetism: a farce, in three acts. As performed at the New-York theatre. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1809
Publisher De Monfort: a tragedy, in five acts. By Joanna Baillie. As performed at the Drury-Lane and New-York theatres. [With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald.] Baillie , Joanna (Author)
Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1809
Publisher Every one has his fault; a comedy in five acts; by Mrs. Inchbald. As performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden and at the Boston Theatre. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
1809
Publisher The English and American stage. Volume XI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. Colman , George (the younger) (Author)
Reynolds , Frederick (Author)
Chambers , Marianne (Author)
1809
Publisher The English and American stage. Volume XII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Translator)
du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
Godwin , William (Author)
and 3 more.
1809

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