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Goldsmith, Oliver. The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale, Supposed to be written by himself. Dublin: James Hoey, Senior, Peter Wilson [ii] [30 Skinner Row], John Exshaw I [Dame Street], Henry Saunders [Castle Street], James Potts, James Williams [5 Skinner Row], William II and William IV Smith, Elizabeth Watts [m. Lynch in 1768], Ann Leathley, James Hoey, Junior [Parliament Street], 1766.
McMillan, Mr., Oliver Goldsmith, and Elizabeth Griffith. Novellettes, selected for the use of young ladies and gentlemen; written by Dr. Goldsmith, and Mrs. Griffith, &c. and illustrated by elegant engravings. London: John Fielding and John Walker II, 1780.
Griffith, Elizabeth, Oliver Goldsmith, and Mr. McMillan. Novellettes, selected for the use of Young Ladies and Gentlemen. In Two Volumes. Written by Mrs. Griffith, Dr. Goldsmith, &c. Dublin: John Cash [Capel Street], 1784.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Richardson and Urquhart, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], John Sewell [Cornhill], Robert Baldwin I, Elizabeth Newbery, Samuel Hayes, 1784.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Payne and Son, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], John Sewell [Cornhill], William Richardson [printer, Strand], Robert Baldwin I, Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Lockyer Davis [Gray's Inn Gate], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Payne and Son, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, John and James Robinson, William Richardson [printer, Strand], Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], John Sewell [Cornhill], Robert Baldwin I, Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1790.
Brooke, Henry, Hannah Cowley, John Vanbrugh, Richard Cumberland, Oliver Goldsmith, Susanna Centlivre, John Brown, Edward Moore, and William Shakespeare. A Selection of the most esteemed plays performed at the theatre in Boston. Boston: David West, John West [Boston], 1794.
Johnson, Samuel, Elijah Fenton, John Brown, David Mallet, William Shakespeare, George Villiers, Hannah Cowley, Hugh Kelly, Thomas Hull, Henry Brooke, John Hawkesworth, George Farquhar, Charles Shadwell, James Thomson, George Lillo, George (. e. Colman, John Dryden, John Vanbrugh, Hall Hartson, Thomas Southerne, William Havard, Robert Howard, Aaron Hill, Joseph Addison, John Home, Nicholas Rowe, Isaac Bickerstaff, David Garrick, James Shirley, Allan Ramsay, John Milton, Ben Jonson, Nathaniel Lee, William Congreve, Richard Cumberland, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Colley Cibber, Edward Young, William Whitehead, William Wycherley, John Hughes, Arthur Murphy, Susanna Centlivre, William Shirley, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Steele, James Miller, Richard Glover, Henry Jones, Charles Johnson, and Thomas Otway. Bell's British Theatre. Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays. London: John Bell [90 Strand], George Cawthorn, Apollo Press, 1797.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, and John Robinson, William Richardson [Cornhill], John Sewell [Cornhill], Robert Baldwin I, Thomas Payne II, James Scatcherd, J. Walker, George and Thomas Wilkie, Thomas Norton Longman III, Thomas Cadell Jun., William Davies, Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie, F., Elizabeth Griffith, and Oliver Goldsmith. The history of the Duchess of C--. From Adela and Theodore. Written by herself. To which is added, Edwin and Angelina, a ballad. Hudson, NY: 1803.
du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie, F., and Oliver Goldsmith. The history of the Duchess of C----. From Adela and Theodore. Written by herself. To which is added, Edwin & Angelina, a ballad. Newport: Asaph Chilson, 1804.
Addison, Joseph, Aaron Hill, Ambrose Philips, Thomas Southerne, Nathaniel Lee, Philip Massinger, George Farquhar, John Fletcher, John P. Kemble, William Shakespeare, John Dryden, Arthur Murphy, John Home, George (. y. Colman, John Tobin, Joanna Baillie, Francis Beaumont, James Thomson, Benjamin Hoadly, Charles Macklin, Edward Moore, William Whitehead, William Shirley, David Garrick, Hall Hartson, Robert Jephson, Edward Young, John Gay, George Lillo, John Vanbrugh, John O'Keeffe, James Miller, William Congreve, Thomas Morton, Frederick Reynolds, Henry Jones, Hannah Cowley, John Burgoyne, Oliver Goldsmith, Susanna Centlivre, John Hughes, Richard Steele, Thomas Otway, Henry Brooke, Nicholas Rowe, Colley Cibber, Richard Cumberland, Isaac Bickerstaff, Ben Jonson, and Richard B. Sheridan. The British Theatre; or, A collection of plays, which are acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Haymarket. Printed under the authority of the managers from the prompt books. With critical and biographical remarks, by Mrs. Inchbald. In twenty-five volumes. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808.
Sheridan, Frances, C., Oliver Goldsmith, David Garrick, Sophia Lee, Charles Macklin, John Burgoyne, Henry Fielding, Richard Steele, Hannah Cowley, Joseph Richardson, Arthur Murphy, Richard B. Sheridan, Richard Cumberland, George (. e. Colman, Colley Cibber, and John Vanbrugh. English Comedy: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramas, Since the Commencement of the Reformation of the Stage by Sir Richard Steele and Colley Cibber. London: John Sharpe [Piccadilly], 1810.
Smith, Charlotte, John Moore, Richard Graves, Maria Edgeworth, Elizabeth Inchbald, John Hawkesworth, Samuel Johnson, Ann Radcliffe, Frances Burney, Charlotte Lennox, Oliver Goldsmith, Francis Coventry, Horace Walpole, Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, Clara Reeve, and Frances Brooke. The British Novelists; with an Essay; and Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, by Mrs. Barbauld. London: Joseph Johnson and Co., Joseph Booker, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Benjamin Crosby and Co., Joseph Mawman [Poultry], George Wilkie and John Robinson, James Scatcherd and Charles Letterman [Litterman], Charles Law, James Malcott Richardson, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831], Robert Baldwin I, William Creech, Ann Vernor, Thomas Hood, and Charles Sharpe, John Richardson [Royal Exchange], John Miller [69 Fleet Street], Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, James Asperne, Thomas Payne II, Samuel Bagster [Strand], Elizabeth Mathews and Samuel Leigh, Wilson and Son, James Nunn, Lackington and Co., Richard Lea [Greek Street, Soho], Edward Jeffery [Warwick Street], Hannah Black, Parry, and Kingsbury, J.K. Newman, William Clarke and Son, William Otridge and Son, Thomas Booth, John Harding, J. Faulder, George Robinson [iii], James Carpenter [14 Old Bond Street], Richard Phillips [6 Bridge Street], William Lowndes [Bedford Street], John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], Cuthell and Martin, John Murray II [Fleet Street], Robert Baldwin III, 1810.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Fourth American edition. Philadelphia: B.B. Hopkins & Co., Bennett & Walton, Mathew Carey, Thomas and William Bradford, Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner, C. & A. Conrad & Co., Kimber and Conrad, 1811.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Fourth American edition. Philadelphia: B.B. Hopkins & Co., Bennett & Walton, Mathew Carey, Thomas and William Bradford, Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner, C. & A. Conrad & Co., Kimber and Conrad, 1811.
Burgoyne, John, Charles Macklin, Samuel Foote, James Townley, Kane O'Hara, Henry Carey, John Gay, Richard B. Sheridan, Richard Cumberland, Oliver Goldsmith, George (. e. Colman, Henry Fielding, Susanna Centlivre, Richard Steele, George Farquhar, Isaac Bickerstaff, Colley Cibber, John Vanbrugh, David Garrick, William Wycherley, Robert Howard, George Villiers, John Milton, Horace Walpole, Hall Hartson, Benjamin Franklin, Arthur Murphy, Robert Dodsley, John Home, John Brown, Henry Jones, Richard Glover, Edward Moore, William Mason, William Whitehead, Samuel Johnson, James Thomson, James Miller, Henry Brooke, William Havard, Aaron Hill, Benjamin Hoadly, George Lillo, Elijah Fenton, Edward Young, John Hughes, Ambrose Philips, Joseph Addison, Nicholas Rowe, William Congreve, Thomas Southerne, Thomas Otway, John Dryden, Nathaniel Lee, Philip Massinger, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, William Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, and Frances Brooke. The Modern British Drama. In five volumes. London: William Miller [Albemarle Street], 1811.
Pilon, Frederick, George (. e. Colman, Edward Moore, Robert Dodsley, Isaac Bickerstaff, David Garrick, Hugh Kelly, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Steele, Colley Cibber, John Vanbrugh, John Home, George Lillo, Nicholas Rowe, and Frances Brooke. The English Drama Purified: Being a Specimen of Select Plays, in which all the passages that have appeared to the editor to be objectionable in point of morality, are omitted or altered. With prefaces and notes. By James Plumptre, B.D. Fellow of Clark-Hall, Cambridge. Cambridge: 1812.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great by Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Sixth American edition. Philadelphia: Mathew Carey, Bennett & Walton, B.B. Hopkins & Co., Thomas and William Bradford, C. & A. Conrad & Co., Kimber and Conrad, 1813.
Parnell, Thomas, Oliver Goldsmith, and Adelaide O'Keeffe. The Hermit and The traveller. New York: 1813.
Parnell, Thomas, Oliver Goldsmith, and Adelaide O'Keeffe. The hermit and The traveller. New York: 1814.
Sproat, Nancy, Thomas Parnell, Oliver Goldsmith, Christopher Colles, Hannah More, and Alexander Anderson. The Child's magazine. In two volumes. New York: 1815.
Sproat, Nancy, Thomas Parnell, Oliver Goldsmith, Christopher Colles, Hannah More, and Alexander Anderson. The Child's magazine. In two volumes. New York: 1816.
Parnell, Thomas, Oliver Goldsmith, and Adelaide O'Keeffe. The hermit and The traveller. New York: 1816.
Fielding, Henry, William Wycherley, Nicholas Rowe, Benjamin Hoadly, Frances Brooke, Thomas Knight, Samuel Foote, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Charles Dibdin, John Vanbrugh, Hannah Cowley, John Home, Kane O'Hara, Charles Macklin, Joseph Addison, George Lillo, John P. Kemble, Sophia Lee, Edward Moore, Arthur Murphy, Philip Massinger, Richard B. Sheridan, Richard Cumberland, Colley Cibber, Isaac Bickerstaff, George (. e. Colman, John Gay, William Shakespeare, Nathaniel Lee, Oliver Goldsmith, Thomas Otway, Susanna Centlivre, Matthew G. Lewis, Thomas Holcroft, David Garrick, George Farquhar, Andrew Cherry, Ambrose Philips, Samuel Beazley, Daniel Terry, Isaac Pocock, Richard L. Sheil, and C. F. Walker. The English Drama, with prefatory remarks, biographical sketches, and notes, critical and explanatory; being the only edition existing which is faithfully marked with the stage business and stage directions, as performed at the Theatres Royal. Edited by W. Oxberry, Comedian. London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Clement Chapple [66 Pall Mall], 1818.
Parnell, Thomas, Oliver Goldsmith, and Adelaide O'Keeffe. The hermit and The traveller. New York: Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street], Samuel S. Wood & Co., 1818.
Burney, Frances, Maria Edgeworth, Elizabeth Inchbald, Ann Radcliffe, Samuel Richardson, Charlotte Lennox, Oliver Goldsmith, Charlotte Smith, Horace Walpole, John Hawkesworth, John Moore, Francis Coventry, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson, Richard Graves, Daniel Defoe, and Clara Reeve. The British Novelists; with an Essay, and Prefaces Biographical and Critical, by Mrs. Barbauld. A New Edition. London: Joseph Booker, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Joseph Mawman [Poultry], James Scatcherd and Charles Letterman [Litterman], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, John Richardson [Royal Exchange], John Miller [69 Fleet Street], James Asperne, Samuel Bagster [Strand], James Nunn, Lackington and Co., James Carpenter [14 Old Bond Street], William Lowndes [Bedford Street], Cuthell and Martin, John Murray II [Fleet Street], Edward Jeffery and Son, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Co., T. Wilkie, J. and W. T. Clarke, John Otridge [1816-21], James Black [York Street], Hannah Black and Co., John Richardson [Royal Exchange], James Malcott Richardson, R. Scholey, Robert Harding Evans [96 Pall Mall], Anthony King Newman and Co., John Booth, William Ginger [1767-1792, 1805-1830], Robert Baldwin, Charles Cradock, and William Joy, Thomas Hodgson, John Bohn, John Ebers [27 Old Bond Street], Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, G. and W. B. Whittaker, Stirling & Slade, Fairbairn and Anderson, Henry Setchell and Son, Whitmore and Fenn, Rowland Hunter, G. Cowir and Co., Robert Saunders, Thomas and Joseph Allman [Princes St], J. Boone, C. Brown, J. Brumby, Edwards and Co., Thomas Hamilton, J. Lepard, G. Mackie, William Mason [London], Ogle, Duncan, and Co., John Rodwell and Martin, Thomas Hurst, George Robinson and Co. [Cheapside], Thomas Wilson and Sons, 1820.
Fielding, Henry, Tobias G. Smollett, Alain R. Le Sage, Charles Johnstone, Laurence Sterne, Oliver Goldsmith, Samuel Johnson, Henry Mackenzie, Horace Walpole, Clara Reeve, Samuel Richardson, Jonathan Swift, Robert Bage, Richard Cumberland, and Ann Radcliffe. Ballantyne's Novelist's Library. Edinburgh: Thomas Hurst, George Robinson and Co. [Cheapside], John Ballantyne, 1821.
Congreve, William, John Tobin, Aaron Hill, Robert Dodsley, Hugh Kelly, James Miller, Joseph G. Holman, William Shirley, James Thomson, Henry Jones, George (. y. Colman, John Hughes, William Whitehead, Robert Jephson, John Vanbrugh, Henry Brooke, Ambrose Philips, Richard Steele, George Lillo, John T. Allingham, John Burgoyne, Ben Jonson, Benjamin Hoadly, John P. Kemble, John Brown, James Cobb, John Milton, Thomas Southerne, Thomas Otway, Colley Cibber, Frederick Pilon, Thomas Holcroft, Susanna Centlivre, Samuel Birch, Nathaniel Lee, Charles Macklin, George Farquhar, Kane O'Hara, John Fletcher, Francis Beaumont, Edward Young, Elizabeth Inchbald, Samuel Foote, Edward Moore, Thomas Knight, Hannah Cowley, Joseph Addison, Arthur Murphy, Charles Dibdin, Nicholas Rowe, David Garrick, George (. e. Colman, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Cumberland, Isaac Jackman, Matthew G. Lewis, Henry Fielding, Isaac Bickerstaff, Richard B. Sheridan, August F. F. v. Kotzebue, John Gay, James Townley, Andrew Cherry, Charles Coffey, Henry Carey, Philip Massinger, Francis Gentleman, Mr. O'Brien, Thomas Francklin, William T. Moncrieff, Benjamin Thompson, Miles P. Andrews, Thomas King, Sir H. B. Dudley, Henry Hartwell, and James C. Cross. The London Stage; a collection of the most reputed tragedies, comedies, operas, melo-dramas, farces, and interludes. Accurately printed from acting copies, as performed at the Theatres Royal, and carefully collated and revised. London: Giles Balne, 1824.
Shakespeare, William, Mary R. Mitford, Philip Massinger, Joseph Addison, Nicholas Rowe, George Farquhar, Charles Macklin, Edward Moore, Thomas Holcroft, Susanna Centlivre, Arthur Murphy, John Gay, Colley Cibber, John Vanbrugh, Isaac Bickerstaff, Richard Cumberland, Thomas Otway, Hannah Cowley, Benjamin Hoadly, John Home, Richard B. Sheridan, Oliver Goldsmith, George (. y. Colman, David Garrick, Elizabeth Inchbald, James Kenney, Samuel Foote, Wally C. Oulton, Peter Bayley, Kane O'Hara, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, John Burgoyne, John Tobin, James Townley, Matthew G. Lewis, Edward Young, John P. Kemble, Thomas Morton, John Brown, John O'Keeffe, John T. Allingham, William Congreve, Thomas Dibdin, William Wycherley, Frederick Reynolds, William Macready, Andrew Cherry, Prince Hoare, Walter Scott, Thomas Southerne, Thomas Knight, Maria T. Kemble, Samuel Birch, William Pearce, Robert Jephson, James Cobb, George Soane, John Milton, Henry Fielding, John Banim, Margaret Davidson, George Gordon, Nathaniel Lee, Samuel J. Arnold, Charles Johnson, James S. Knowles, W. Rowley, James R. Planche, John H. Payne, Joseph Lunn, John Poole, Joseph Ebsworth, George Daniel, Benjamin Thompson, Jean-Nicolas Bouilly, William T. Moncrieff, Richard Ayton, Charles Thompson, Thomas A. Arne, Ernst Raupach, R. Talbot, Jasper Mayne, J. Thomas, Charles Shannon, Richard B. Glengall, Edward Fitzball, Richard B. Peake, John B. Buckstone, Caroline Boaden, James Dibdin, James B. Burges, George H. Rodwell, Michael R. Lacy, Isaac Pocock, Charles A. Somerset, Benjamin Webster, S. Penley, Douglas Jerrold, Theodore E. Hook, James V. Millingen, Don T. de Trueba Cosio, Barham Linus, Henry Hartwell, Richard J. Raymond, George MacFarren, William B. Bernard, Thomas Mayhew, Charles M. Westmacott, Richard Ryan, G. Smith, John M. Morton, Gilbert Abbott a Beckett, William B. Rhodes, Daniel Terry, Charles R. Maturin, William L. Rede, George W. Lovell, Richard James, John W. Calcraft, Mark Lemon, George H. Boker, George J. Bennett, William Dimond, James H. L. Hunt, Eugène Scribe, Mrs. Davidson, John Webster, Adolphe d'Ennery, Marc Fournier, Charles Webb, and Edmund Kean. Cumberland's British Theatre, with remarks, biographical and critical. Printed from the acting copies, as performed at the Theatres Royal, London. London: John Cumberland [19 Ludgate Hill], 1829.