The works of John Dryden, now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 07
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The works of John Dryden, now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 07

By John Dryden
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  • WORKS
  • JOHN DRYDEN,
    • IN EIGHTEEN VOLUMES.
    • WITH NOTES,
    • A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,
    • WALTER SCOTT, Esq.
    • VOL. VII.
    • LONDON:
    • 1808.
  • CONTENTS
    • VOLUME SEVENTH.
  • DUKE OF GUISE.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • THE DUKE OF GUISE.
      • A RAREE SHOW.
    • A RAREE SHOW.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LAWRENCE, EARL OF ROCHESTER, &c.[1]
    • PROLOGUE WRITTEN BY MR DRYDEN. SPOKEN BY MR SMITH.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • THE DUKE OF GUISE.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—The Council of Sixteen seated; an empty Chair prepared for the Duke of Guise.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.—The Louvre.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.—The Louvre.
      • SCENE II.—A Night Scene.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.—The Louvre.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.—The Castle of Blois.
      • SCENE II.—Scene opens, and discovers Men and Women at a Banquet, Malicorn standing by.
      • A SONG BETWIXT A SHEPHERD AND SHEPHERDESS.
      • SCENE III.—Enter Duke of Guise; Cardinal, and Aumale.
      • SCENE II.—The Court before the Council-hall.
      • SCENE III.—The Council-hall.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—The Council of Sixteen seated; an empty Chair prepared for the Duke of Guise.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.—The Louvre.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.—The Louvre.
    • SCENE II.—A Night Scene.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.—The Louvre.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.—The Castle of Blois.
    • SCENE II.—Scene opens, and discovers Men and Women at a Banquet, Malicorn standing by.
    • A SONG BETWIXT A SHEPHERD AND SHEPHERDESS.
    • SCENE III.—Enter Duke of Guise; Cardinal, and Aumale.
    • SCENE II.—The Court before the Council-hall.
    • SCENE III.—The Council-hall.
    • EPILOGUE. WRITTEN BY MR DRYDEN[1]. SPOKEN BY MRS COOK.
    • THE VINDICATION:
    • VINDICATION OF THE DUKE OF GUISE.
    • THE VINDICATION OF THE DUKE OF GUISE.
  • ALBION AND ALBANIUS:
    • AN OPERA
    • ALBION AND ALBANIUS.
    • THE PREFACE.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
    • PROLOGUE
    • Names of the Persons, represented in the same order as they appear first upon the stage.
    • THE FRONTISPIECE.
    • ALBION AND ALBANIUS. AN OPERA.
      • ACT I.
      • ACT II.
      • CHACON[3].
      • ACT III.
    • ACT I.
    • ACT II.
    • CHACON[3].
    • ACT III.
    • EPILOGUE
  • DON SEBASTIAN.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • DON SEBASTIAN.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE PHILIP, EARL OF LEICESTER, &c.[1]
    • THE PREFACE.
    • PROLOGUE
    • SENT TO THE AUTHOR BY AN UNKNOWN HAND, AND PROPOSED TO BE SPOKEN BY MRS MOUNTFORD, DRESSED LIKE AN OFFICER.[1]
    • PROLOGUE, SPOKEN BY A WOMAN.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • DON SEBASTIAN, KING OF PORTUGAL.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.—Supposed to be a Terrace Walk, on the side of the Castle of Alcazar.
      • SCENE II.—Supposed a Garden, with lodging rooms behind it, or on the sides.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.—A Terrace Walk; or some other public place in the castle of Alcazar.
      • SCENE II.—A Night-Scene of the Mufti's Garden, where an Arbour is discovered.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.—BENDUCAR'S Palace, in the Castle of Alcazar.
      • SCENE II.—A Night-Scene of the Mufti's Garden.
      • SCENE III.—Changes to the Castle Yard,
      • ACT V. SCENE I. The Scene is, a Room of State.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.—Supposed to be a Terrace Walk, on the side of the Castle of Alcazar.
    • SCENE II.—Supposed a Garden, with lodging rooms behind it, or on the sides.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.—A Terrace Walk; or some other public place in the castle of Alcazar.
    • SCENE II.—A Night-Scene of the Mufti's Garden, where an Arbour is discovered.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.—BENDUCAR'S Palace, in the Castle of Alcazar.
    • SCENE II.—A Night-Scene of the Mufti's Garden.
    • SCENE III.—Changes to the Castle Yard,
    • ACT V. SCENE I. The Scene is, a Room of State.
    • EPILOGUE, SPOKEN BETWIXT ANTONIO AND MORAYMA
    • END OF THE SEVENTH VOLUME.
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