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Buckstone, John Baldwin, 1802-1879 Vatican Library National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO German National Library RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France ISNI National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France National Library of Ireland

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VIAF ID: 77054583 (Personal)

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23, John Street, Adelphi : a farce in one act National Library of Ireland
Agnes de Vere or the Wife's revenge a drama in 3 a... First performed at the Theatre Royal Adelphi, Nov. 10th, 1834 National Library of France
bead shot ! a farce in 1 a. National Library of France National Library of Ireland
beggar boy of Brussels a romantic drama in 2 a... First performed at the Surrey Theatre, August 1831 National Library of France National Library of Ireland
Billy Taylor; or, The gay young fellow: a nautical burlesque burletta, in one act Library of Congress/NACO
Boyne water. National Library of Ireland
The Duchess de la Vaubaliere : a drama in three acts National Library of Ireland
flowers on the forest, a gipsy story an original drama in 3 a. [Theatre Royal Adelphi, March 11th, 1847.] National Library of France
Followed by : Brother Tom or My dear relations, a farce in 1 a. National Library of France
The forgery; or, The reading of the will. A domestic drama, in three acts National Library of Ireland
Green Bushes National Library of France National Library of Ireland
The happiest day of my life: a farce, in two acts National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
husband at sight,... [London, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 1830, 13th August] National Library of France
irish lion a farce in 1 a. [Theatre Royal, Haymarket, June 13, 1838.] National Library of France
The Irish lion : a farce in one act. Correctly printed from the most approved acting copy, with a description of the costume, cast of the characters, entrances and exits, relative positions, and the whole of the stage business; to which are added, properties and directions, as now performed in the principal theatres National Library of Ireland
Jack Sheppard Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
Jacopo, the bravo; a story of Venice. A drama, in three acts. National Library of Ireland
"John Jones" ; and, "The christening" National Library of Ireland
Josephine, the child of the regiment : or, The fortune of war : a musical comedy in two acts National Library of Ireland
The last days of Pompeii : a dramatic spectacle in three acts; taken from Bulwer's celebrated novel of the same title ... first produced at the Adelphi Theatre, Jan. 5, 1835. National Library of Ireland
Lost son National Library of Ireland
lottery ticket, or the Lawyer's clerk a farce in one act... National Library of France
Love and murder; or, The school for sympathy. An original farcical comedy, in three acts. National Library of Ireland
Luke the labourer xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland National Library of France
Maid with the milking pail Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Married life, a comedy in three acts; Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The May Queen; or, Sampson, the sergeant. A domestic drama, in two acts National Library of Ireland
Mischief-making an interlude in 1 a... National Library of France National Library of Ireland
Modern standard drama, no. 23, 22, 52, 30 National Library of Ireland
Nicholas Flam, attorney-at-law. A farce, in two acts. National Library of Ireland
Open house; or, The twin sisters: a farce, in two acts. National Library of Ireland
The pet of the petticoats, 1856?: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Peter Bell, the waggoner ; or, the Murderers of Massiac! a melo-drama in 3 a.,... National Library of France National Library of Ireland
Poor Jack, or, The wife of a sailor : a nautical drama in three acts National Library of Ireland
Popping the question; a farce in one act. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Presumptive evidence, or Murder will out : a domestic drama, in two acts National Library of France National Library of Ireland
Relief of Londonderry. National Library of Ireland
Robert Macaire, or, the exploits of a gentleman at large Vatican Library RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
rough diamond a comic drama in 1 a... National Library of France National Library of Ireland
Rural felicity National Library of Australia National Library of Ireland
The scholar. National Library of Ireland
Shocking events a farce in a. National Library of France
Snakes in the grass. A farcical comedy, in two acts. National Library of Ireland
Snakes in the grass [Cumberland's plays] v. 29, no. 4. National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The snapping turtles, or, Matrimonial masquerading : a duologue in one act National Library of Ireland
Theatre Royal, Abbey-Street...This Evening, Saturday, February 15th, 1840 ; Her Majesty's Servants will perform a New Melo Drama of Intense Interest, called the Robbers Of The Forest Or, The Murderers Hovel. : Old Cartouch Mr. W. Alexander...: The whole to conclude with the highly popular and successful Drama called Jack Sheppard...The Piece will conclude with a New & Extensive Diorama... National Library of Ireland
Theodore, the brigand. A romantic drama, in three acts. National Library of Ireland
Trilby and other plays Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
The two queens. National Library of Ireland
Uncle John : a petite comedy in two acts National Library of Ireland
Victorine; or, "I'll sleep on it." A drama, in three acts National Library of Ireland
Weak points. National Library of Ireland
wreck ashore a drama in 2 a. [London, Adelphi Theatre, 1830.] National Library of France National Library of Ireland

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