The works of John Dryden, now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 06
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The works of John Dryden, now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 06

By John Dryden
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  • WORKS
  • JOHN DRYDEN,
    • IN EIGHTEEN VOLUMES.
    • WITH NOTES,
    • A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,
    • WALTER SCOTT, Esq.
    • VOL. VI.
    • LONDON:
    • 1808.
  • CONTENTS
    • VOLUME SIXTH.
  • LIMBERHAM;
    • THE KIND KEEPER.
    • A COMEDY.
    • LIMBERHAM.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JOHN, LORD VAUGHAN, &c[1].
    • PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
    • LIMBERHAM;
    • KIND KEEPER.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—An open Garden-House; a table in it, and chairs.
      • A SONG.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.
      • SCENE changes to Limberham's apartment.
      • LIMBERHAM SINGING.
      • ACT III.—SCENE I.
      • A SONG FROM THE ITALIAN.
      • SCENE II.—Mr Woodall's Chamber.
      • ACT IV.—SCENE I.
      • SCENE opens to Brainsick's Apartment.
      • SCENE II.—Woodall and Tricksy discovered in the Garden-house.
      • ACT V.—SCENE I.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—An open Garden-House; a table in it, and chairs.
    • A SONG.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.
    • SCENE changes to Limberham's apartment.
    • LIMBERHAM SINGING.
    • ACT III.—SCENE I.
    • A SONG FROM THE ITALIAN.
    • SCENE II.—Mr Woodall's Chamber.
    • ACT IV.—SCENE I.
    • SCENE opens to Brainsick's Apartment.
    • SCENE II.—Woodall and Tricksy discovered in the Garden-house.
    • ACT V.—SCENE I.
    • EPILOGUE. SPOKEN BY LIMBERHAM.
  • ŒDIPUS.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • ŒDIPUS.
    • PREFACE.
    • PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • ŒDIPUS.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—The Curtain rises to a plaintive Tune, representing the present condition of Thebes; dead Bodies appear at a distance in the Streets; some faintly go over the Stage, others drop.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.—An open Gallery. A Royal Bed-chamber being supposed behind. The Time, Night. Thunder, &c.
      • SONG TO APOLLO.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.—A dark Grove.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.
      • ACT V.—SCENE I.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—The Curtain rises to a plaintive Tune, representing the present condition of Thebes; dead Bodies appear at a distance in the Streets; some faintly go over the Stage, others drop.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.—An open Gallery. A Royal Bed-chamber being supposed behind. The Time, Night. Thunder, &c.
    • SONG TO APOLLO.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.—A dark Grove.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.
    • ACT V.—SCENE I.
    • EPILOGUE.
      • CARDINAL NORFOLK.
      • PLEBEIANS.
    • CARDINAL NORFOLK.
    • PLEBEIANS.
  • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA:
    • TRUTH FOUND TOO LATE.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE ROBERT, EARL OF SUNDERLAND[1], PRINCIPAL SECRETARY OF STATE, ONE OF HIS MAJESTY'S MOST HONOURABLE PRIVY-COUNCIL, &C.
    • THE PREFACE.
    • PROLOGUE SPOKEN BY MR BETTERTON, REPRESENTING THE GHOST OF SHAKESPEARE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—A Camp.
      • SCENE II.—Troy.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.—Troy.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.—The Camp.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.
      • SCENE II—The Camp.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—A Camp.
    • SCENE II.—Troy.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.—Troy.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.—The Camp.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II—The Camp.
    • EPILOGUE, SPOKEN BY THERSITES.
  • SPANISH FRIAR;
    • THE DOUBLE DISCOVERY.
    • THE SPANISH FRIAR.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JOHN, LORD HAUGHTON[1].
    • PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • SPANISH FRIAR:
    • DOUBLE DISCOVERY.
      • ACT I.—SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.—The Queen's Antechamber.
      • SCENE II.—A Chamber. A Table and Wine set out.
      • SCENE III.—A Chamber.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.—The Street.
      • SCENE II.—Elvira's Chamber.
      • SCENE III.—A Bed Chamber.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.—Before Gomez's Door.
      • SCENE II.—The Court.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.—A Bed-Chamber.
      • SONG.
      • SCENE II.—The Palace-Yard. Drums and Trumpets within.
    • ACT I.—SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.—The Queen's Antechamber.
    • SCENE II.—A Chamber. A Table and Wine set out.
    • SCENE III.—A Chamber.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.—The Street.
    • SCENE II.—Elvira's Chamber.
    • SCENE III.—A Bed Chamber.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.—Before Gomez's Door.
    • SCENE II.—The Court.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.—A Bed-Chamber.
    • SONG.
    • SCENE II.—The Palace-Yard. Drums and Trumpets within.
    • EPILOGUE. BY A FRIEND OF THE AUTHOR'S.
    • END OF THE SIXTH VOLUME.
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