Berkeley: Oyez, 1965. Edition limited to 500 copies, slim 8vo, pp. 44; original brick pictorial wrappers, French flaps; corners a bit bumped from shelf wear, else fine.
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London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1886. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, pp. viii, , 431; , 480; engraved frontispieces, 4 additional portrait plates, folding facsimiles and genealogical table; ex-Hill Library with usual interior markings; recently rebound in full dark brown gilt-tooled calf, red and green gilt spine labels; one folding...
London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1874. First edition, 2 vols., 8vo, pp. ix, , 334,  ads; , 328; original pictorial red cloth stamped in gilt on front covers and spines; cloth cracking along the back joint of vol. II, spines spotted, extremities rubbed and word; a good, sound set.
London: Society for Theatre Research, 1967. First edition, 8vo, pp. 117; photographic frontispiece portrait; the spine very slightly faded with a small tear at lower end, but all else clean, crisp, and very good in original stiff orange wrappers printed in black.
London: printed, and sold by J. Coote [et al.], 1760. 8vo, pp. iv, 90; engraved frontispiece; bound with: Goldsmith, Oliver. The Good Natur'd Man: a Comedy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal É A new edition. London: W. Griffin, 1768; pp. vi, , 74, ; the prologue is written by Samuel...
London: William Heinemann, 1921. Edition limited to 430 copies (this, no. 418); 4to, pp. , 4, vii-xiv, 93, ; vignette title within ruled borders and printed in red and black, 8 tipped-in color plates by Claud Lovat Fraser, woodcut decorations and music in the text; contemporary full red levant with...
London: John Watts, 1729. 4to, pp. 60, 46; title page printed in red and black, woodcut ornaments throughout, latter 46 pages engraved musical score; 19th-century three-quarter reverse calf over marbled boards recently rebacked with brown leatherette, endpapers renewed; owner's signatures on title pages; boards and leather quite scuffed; interior a....
New York: Doubleday Page, 1902. 12mo, pp. vii, , 92; plain gray paper-covered boards with printed wrap-around label; label abraded, especially on the spine, some minor foxing, else very good. The play was first published and performed in 1881, and is here reprinted with new front matter.
London: for W. Griffin, 1768. 8vo, pp. [iii]-vi, , 74, ; bound without the half-title; 19th century polished tan calf over marbled boards; upper joint tender, edges worn; the Preface leaf trimmed close; good copy. First performed on the 29th of January, 1768. "All the 'editions' for W. Griffin in...
London: for W. Griffin, 1768. 8vo, pp. [iii]-vi, , 74, ; bound without the half-title; later plain paper wrappers; very good copy. First performed on the 29th of January, 1768. "All the 'editions' for W. Griffin in 1768 may be distinguished as 5 impressions of the same edition. See Todd...
London: J. M. Dent & Coy. 1893. Small 8vo, pp. 226, ; frontispiece and 2 plates; original tan cloth, upper cover and spine stamped in gilt, t.e.g; spine considerably darkened, free endpapers browned; a very good copy. Contents include The Good-Natur'd Man; She Stoops to Conquer; and scenes from The Grumbler.
London: Walter Scott, 1886. 16mo, pp. l, 286; pages ruled in red; contemporary half brown calf over cloth, gilt-lettered spine in 6 compartments, t.e.g., marbled endpapers; contemporary gift inscription on half title; about fine.
[London]: Andre Deutsch, . First edition, 8vo, pp. 206, ; from The Language Library series, edited by Eric Partridge; previous owner's bookplate on front paste-down, some offset from wrappers on endpapers, otherwise fine in original grey cloth with gilt-lettered spine in a worn and soiled rose-colored dust jacket (price-clipped).
Iowa City: Clio Press, 1935. First edition, 8vo, pp. 203; illustrations; original grey pictorial wrappers, yapp edges a bit shelf worn, else fine. Whirling World Series no. 2. Printed "music for the play," pp. 201-203.
New York: Scott-Thaw Co., 1903. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 90; frontispiece; original parchment-backed boards, printed paper label on spine; spine soiled, minor foxing; good and sound, and largely unopened.
London: printed for the Bibliographical Society at the University Press, Oxford, 1939-1959. 4 vols., 4to, pp. xxxiii, , 492; xxxiii, , 493-1008; , 1009-1642; xi, , clxxiv, 1643-1752; plates; original tan cloth-backed paper-covered boards; vol. I has some discoloration on the spine and minimal foxing to some plates, vols. I-III...
Lodz, Poland: [s.n.], . Oblong 4to, approx 8.25 x 11.75 inches, pp.  [16 (color advertisements)]; text in English, Polish and French, photo illustrated throughout, paper pictorial wrappers; light edgewear, else fine. A catalog of performances by the theater troupe from 1965 to 1972, including reviews. Zdzislaw Hejduk was a....
New York: Random House, . First printing; 8vo; pp. 12, 143; 2 illustrations plus illustrated frontispiece and title page; near fine in dust jacket.
London: T. Davies, 1768. First edition, first issue, small 8vo, pp. , 79, ; modern boards. The dedication to the Duchess of Northumberland is by Samuel Johnson. Fleeman 68.12HC/1a.
East Aurora, N.Y. The Roycrofters, . First edition, 8vo, pp. 134, ; portrait frontispiece, red and black historiated intitials, shoulder notes printed in red, and red and black woodcut endpieces;grey paper boards backed in reverse calf, with gilt calf label on spine; t.e.g.; Fine.
[New York? 1887]. 8vo, pp. 15 leaves; original drab printed wrappers (a bit soiled), ex-Minnesota Historical Society with usual internal markings, a couple corners dog-eared, else very good. Speeches given at a banquet honoring the theatrical partnership of Henry William Crane and Stuart Robson.
New York: Century, . 8vo, pp. xv, , 501; frontispiece; illus. throughout; original maroon cloth, bright gilt stamped spine, t.e.g.; very good.
Geneve: Rene Kister, 1957. First edition limited to 3130 copies, this one of 3000 on velin de chiffon; square folio, pp. , 110, ; text in English, German and French; 16 color plates of costume and 3 double-p. stage plans; very good copy in orig. stiff white printed wrappers, glassine jacket.
London: printed for R. Baldwin [and] W. Johnston, 1768. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 87, ; removed. Dedicated to David Garrick who wrote the prologue and epilogue. CBEL II, 845.
London: Oxford University Press, 1975. First edition thus, 8vo, pp. xx, , 396; original cloth in brown pictorial dust jacket lettered in gilt; spine a bit faded, light shelf wear, else about fine. Forms part of the Oxford English Memoirs and Travels series.