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Macbeth , a Tragedy, with all the Alterations, Am,endments,, Additions, and new Songs; as it is now acted at the Duke's Theatre. By Sir William D'Avenant. 4to. 1624. X
The Hislorical Tragedy of Macbeth (written originally by Shakspeare) newly adapted to the Rage, with Alterations, asperformed at the Theatre in Edinburgh. 8v0. 1753. By Mr. Lee. .
P-apal Tyranny in the Reign of Kingjohn, 3. Tragedy; as it is afled at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, by his Majesly's Servants. By Colley Cibber. 8vo. 1744.
i King Richard II. t
The I-lislory of King Richard the Second. Afieql at the 'sheatre Royal under the title of the Sicilian Usurper: with a prefatory Epislle in Vindication of the Author, occasioned by the Prohibition of his Play on the S.tag'e. By N. Tate. 4to. 1681.
H The Tragedy of King Richard II. altered from Shakspeare. By Lewis Theobald. 8vo. 1720.
King Richard ll. a Tragedy, altered from Shakfpeare , and the Style imitated. By james Good: hail. Printed at Manclieller. 8vo. 1772,
King Henry IV. Part I.
King Henry IV. with the Humours qf Sir john Fallllalf, a Tragi-comedy, as it is acted at the
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Theatre in Little Lincoln's Inn Fields, by his Majesty's Servants. Revived with Alterations. By Mr. Betterton. 4to. 1700.
King Henry IV. Part II.
The Sequcl of Henry IV. with the Humours of Sirjo-hn I-alslaff and jufiice Shallow; as i.t is ailed by his Maje(l;y's Company of Comedians at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, Altered from Shakspeare by the late Mr. Betterton.,8vo. No date.
King Henry VI. Tltrcc Parts.
'Henry the Sixth, the First Part, with the Murder of Humphrey Duke of Glocesier. As it was ailed at theDuke'sTheatre. Byjohn Crowne. 4to. 1681.
Henry the Sixth, the Second Part, or the Mifery of Civil War. As it was acted at the Duke's Theatre. By-]0hn Crowne. 4to. 1681.
Humfrcy Duke of Gloucester, a Tragedy, as, it is afied at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by his Maj.esiy's Servants. [A few fpeeches and lines only borrowed from Shakfpeare.] By Ambrose Philips. Svo. 1723.
An Hiilorical Tragedy of the Civil Wars in the Reign of King Henry VI. (being a Sequel to the Tragedy of I-lumfrey Duke of Gloucesier, and an Introdueiion to the Tragical Hislory of King Richard 111.) Altered from Shakspeare in the year 1720. By Theo. Cibber. i8vo. No date. [1723.]
. King Richard III. The Tragical Hislory of'King Richard Ill.
Altered from Shakfpcare. 4to. 1700. By Colley Cibber. i i
T'r0z'lus and Crcflda.
Troilus and Crelhda, -or Truth found too late. A Tragedy, as it is ailed at the Duke's Theatre. By john Dryden. 4to. 1679. ' '
T'z'm0n- of Athens,
The History of Timon 0f"Athcns; the Manhatcr. As it is afted at the Duke's Theatre; made into 3. Play, by Thomas Shadwell. 4t0. 1678.
'Timon of Athens. As it is afled at the Theatre Royal on Richmond Crecn. Altcrxed from Shakspearc and Shad-well. 'By James Love. 8v0. 1768.
Tirneon of Athens, altered from Shakspeare, a Tragedy, as it is aacd at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. By Mr. Cumberland. 8vo. 1771.
Timon of Athens, altered from Shakspeare and Shadwell, by Mr. Hull, was a8eda.tC0vcntGarden, 1785. Not printed.
The lngratitude of.a Commonwcalth, 01' the Fall of Caius Martius Coriolanus. As it is rt-L-"ted at the Thczttre Rioyal. By Nahum Tate. 4t0. 1689.
The Invader of. his Country, or the Fatal Resentment. As it is afted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by his Majesly's Servants. By john Dennis. -Svo. 1720.
Coriolanus, or the Roman Matron, a Tragedy, taken from Shakspeare and Thoxnson. As it is ailed atsthe Theatre Royal in Covent Garden: to which is added the Order of the Ovation. By Thomas Shetidan. Svq. 1755. P i.
- Antony and Cleopatra.
Antony and Cleopatra, an Hislorical Play written by 'William Shakspeare, sitted for the Stage by abridging only ; and now aclcd at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane-, by his Majesly's Servants. By Edward Capell. 12mo. 1758.
The lnjuredPrincess, or the Fatal Wager. As it was ailed at the Theatre Royal, by his Majesi;y's Servants. By Tho. Dur-fay. 4to. 1682.
Cynibeline, King of Great Britain, a Tragedy written by Shakspeare, with some Alterations. By Charles Marsh. Svo. 1755. '
Cymbeline, .a Tragedy, altered from Shakspeare. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By VV. Hawkins. 8vo. 1759.
Cymbelinc, altered by Mr. Garrick. Aeled at Drury Lane, 1761. 12nio. 1762. ,
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Acffed at the Theatre Royal. A Tragedy, altered from Mr. Shaklpeare7s Works. By Edward Ravenfcroft. 4to. 1687.
The Hiflory of King Lear, afited at the Duke's Theatre. Revivcd with' Alterations. By Nahum Tate. 4to. 1681.
The I-lifiory of King Lear, as .it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By George Colman. 8vo. 1768.
Romeo and julict.
-Romeo and Juliet, altered into a Tragi-comedy, by James Howard, Efq. See Downes, p. 22.
Caius Marius, by Tho. Otway, 4to. 1680.
Romeo andJuliet, aTragedy, revifed and altered from Shakspeare. By Theos Cibber. Svo. No date. [1744.]
Romeo and Juliet, altered by Mr. Garrick. 1 2mo. 1750.
From the Preface to the Republication ofMarlh's Cymbeline in 1762, it appears that he had likewise made an alteration of Romeo and Juliet.
Hamlet, altered by M. Garrick. Aded at Drury Lane, 1771. Not printed. ST1-LEVENS.