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86 PLAYS ALTERED ,
Two Gentlemen of Verona.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. A Comedy written by Shakspeare, with altcrations and additions , as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.- By Mr. Vicflor. 8v0. 1763.
Merry Wivcs of Windsorf
The Cornical Gallant, or the Amours of Sir
John Falslaffe. A Comedy , as it is ailed at the
Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by his Majefiies Servants. By Mr. Dennis. 4to. 1702.
In the preface to Love Betray'd, or the Agreeable Disappointment, a Comedy, by Charles Burnaby, i7'o3 , that author appears to have taken part of the tale of this play, and about fifty lines. from it.'
The Law against Lovers , by Sir W. D'Avenant. Fol. 1673.
Measure for Measure, or beauty the best Advocate. lAvs it is ac9ced at the Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields; written originally by Mr. Shakspcare, and now very much altered: with additions of several Entertainments of Musick. By Mr. Gildon.
The Law against Lovers. By Sir W. Davenant. Fol. 1673.
The Humours of Bottom the VVeaver , by Robert Cox. 4t0, '
The Fairyi Queen, an Opera, represented at the Queen's Theatre by their Majcslies Servants. 4to. 1692. 4
Pyramus and Thisbe , a comick Masque , written by Richard Leveridge , performed at Lincoln's Inn Fields. 8vo. 1716. A
Pyramus and Thisbe, a mock Opera, written by Shakspeare. Set to musick by Mr." Lampe. Performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. 8vo.- 1745. A '
The Fairies , an Opera, taken from a-Midsummer Night's Dream written by Shakspeare, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. By Mr. Garriok. 8vo. 1755.
A Midfummer Night's Dream , written by Shakspeare, with Altorations and Additions , and several new Songs. As. it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. 8vo. 1763.
A Fairy Tale , in two afts , taken from Shakspeare. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. Svo. 1763..
As you like it. . Love in a Forest, a Comedy. As- it is atfled at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by his Majesly's Servants. By C.Johnson. 8vo. 1723. , The Modern Receipt , or a Cure for Love. A Comedy altered from Shakspearc. The Dedication is s1gncclJ. C. 12m0. 1739.
,.All's well that mds well.
All's well that ends well; a Comcdy. Altered by Mr. Pilon , and reduced to three afls. - Persormed at the I-laymarket Theatre , 1785. Not printed.
Taming of the Shrew, A l
Sawny the-Scott, or the Taming of the Shrew! a Comedy, as it is now ailed at the Theatre Royal, and' never before printed. By John'l.acy , 4to. 1698. , ,
The Cobler of Prefion, a Farce, as it is aeled at the new Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields. By Chrislopher Bullock. 12mo. 1716.
The Cobler of Preslon, as it is aeiednat the
Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by his,Majefiy's Servants. By C.Johnson. Svo. 1716.'
A Cure forla Scold, a Ballad Opera, by James NVorsdale. Taken from the Taming of the Shrew. 8v0. [1735.]
Catharine and Petruchio. By Mr. Gartick. Svo. 1756.
The Wint.er's Tale , a Play altered from Shakfpeare. By Charles Marsh. 8vo. 1756.
Florizel and Perdita , by Mr. Garrick. Svo. 1758. 7
"She"-epfliearing, or Florizel and Perdita, by---. Dublin. 12mo. 1767. T
The Sheep-fhearing: a dramatick Pasloral. Tn three 385. Taken' from Shakfpeare. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hayniarket. Svo. 1777.
Comcdy of Errors.
An alteration of this play under the title of Every Body Miliaken, was -afled at Lincoln5s lnn Fields 1716 , but was never printed.
The Comedy of Errors , as it is aftecl at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, 1779. Altered by Mr. Hull. 7
The Twins ,1 or 'Which is Which, in three aeots , altered by Mr. Woods, was afied at Edinburgh, and printed in an colleciion of farces at Edinburgh , 1786, Vol. IV. "