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Het testament of de laatste wil van den Hollandschen eijerboer. Toneelspel in drie bedrijven.
Utrecht, G.T. van Paddenburg, 1780, 4to., plain paper binding, 60 pp., some creases in the paper cover but otherwise in good condition, signed by the printer.
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[POULLAIN DE SAINT-FOIX, GERMAIN-FRANÇOIS],
Les trois graces, comedie en un acte. Représenté au Theâtre Français de la Haye, le Mars 1774.
The Hague (La Haye), Henri Constapel, 1774, 8vo., 4 uncut signatures (i.e. unopend pages) sewn together with a (printed) paper cover, 56 pp., some water damage, but it is lovely to see a set of signatures that never made it to the binder. Engraving on titlepage by Cochin (inv.) and R. Vinkeles (sculps.).l Germain-François Poullain de Saint-Foix (1698-1776) was an 18th-century French writer and playwright.
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Book number: 66751
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Het Vaderlyk Huis, tooneelspel in: Zedelyk schouw-tooneel der menschelyke hartstochten en daaden of tooneel-stukken van vernuft en smaak.
Amsterdam, Weduwe J. Doll, 1805, 152pp. no binding, part of the 13th installment of this series. complete play probably written by August Wilhelm Iffland. and possibly translated by Witsen Geysbeek. One engraved plate by J.E. Marcus. Waterstain on first few pages and throughout. This play was an example of a German play: critically recieved in 1800. See also: Klaartje Groot, Geliefd en gevreesd. Duits toneel in Nederland rond 1800. Hilversum: Verloren, 2000
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Book number: 68437
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Veertien Tooneel- en Kluchtspelen, Vaudevilles met Zang voor kleine comedie's en de Chineesche Schimmen, tot uitspanning der jeugd.
Rotterdam, Wed. J.H. Ulrich, [ca. 1850], 36 pages, original paper binding with illustrated front and back, showing wear and tar. Part of back and last page missing, text not touched. Scarce: this edition only in Leiden according to worldcat.
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Book number: 65100
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[ZWEERTS, BRUNO],
Het Verheerlykt Leeuwendaal; zinnespel. Met Zang en Dans.
The Hague ('s-Gravenhage), Laurens Nutby, 1766, 8vo., marbled paper cover, 50 pp., worn cover (damaged spine), top right corner of the front cover and title page is damaged, engraving on title page depicting an angel studying (Labore et studio).
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Book number: 65763
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 [HEY, JOHANNES VAN DER],, De vrye hand-opening verdedigt. Kamerspel. Door het Kunst-Genootschap, Ridendo dicere verum, quis vetat?
[HEY, JOHANNES VAN DER],
De vrye hand-opening verdedigt. Kamerspel. Door het Kunst-Genootschap, Ridendo dicere verum, quis vetat?
Without place, gedrukt voor het Kunst-Genootschap, 1756, 8vo., half parchment spitsel binding with marbled paper and handwriting on the spine: Ridendo dicere verum, quis vetat? (referring to the artists society), 64 pp., fairly good condition with discoloured and ruffled edges, with some pretty endpieces and vignettes. BOUND WITH:- De Hand-opening vry. Kamer-spel. Door het Kunst-Genootschap, Ridendo dicere verum, quis vetat?, 1757, 99 pp.- De vrye hand-opening verdedigt. Tafel-praetje of tusschen-spel. Door het Kunst-Genootschap, Ridendo dicere verum, quis vetat?, 1757, 31 pp.With contemporary handwritten table of content. Ex Libris: A. Koolhaas l Anthonie "Anton" Koolhaas (16 November 1912 - 16 December 1992) was a Dutch journalist, novelist, and scenario writer. He won several awards for his work. The architect Rem Koolhaas (1944) is his son.
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Book number: 65901
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BERG, D.F.,
Ein Wiener Dienstbote. Lebensbild mit Gesang in drei Akten. Musik van Kapellmeister E. Stolz.
Wien, Leopold Sommer, 1857, 51pp. half linen binding, marbled boards, from the library of Grand Theatre A. van Lier Amsterdam (Stamps on titlepage and other pages).
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Book number: 70383
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COLLIN D'HARLEVILLE, M.,
Le Vieillard et les jeunes gens; comédie en cinq actes, en vers.
Paris, Huet and Charron, 1803, 8vo., paperbound with handwritten title on the cover, uncut pages, 119 pp., good condition with some sign of foxing. With theatre stamps on the front cover and on the title page: Théatre Française Le Haye.l Jean-François Collin d'Harleville (1755-1806) was a French playwright. His most succesful play was "Le vieux célibataire", which appeared in 1793. "Le Vieillard et les jeunes gens" appeared in 1803 and was first performed in Théatre Louvois, le 15 prairial an 11 (June 4th).
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Book number: 65900
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DUCIS, UYLENBROEK, P.J.,
Othello, of de Moor van Venetiën; Treurspel het Fransche van Ducis vrij gevolgd. door P.J. Uylenbroek
Amsterdam, Abraham Mars, 1813, 3rd edition, 92 pages, edges frayed, titlepage with vignet of Hollandsche Schouwburg and Amsterdam city virgin, with signs of aging and soiling, paper binding, spine loose, the text shows alterations in pencil by the director (?) of the play, with notes about the orchestra and the music. Scarce.
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Book number: 65098
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ESVELDT HOLTROP, JAN STEVEN VAN (VERT.); AUGUST VON KOTZEBUE,
Het strandrecht : tooneelspel, in e´e´n bedrijf / A. von Kotzebue ; naar het Hoogduitsch door J.S. van Esveldt Holtrop
Amsterdam, J.S. Van Esveldt-Holtrop, 1807, 56pp. modern half linen binding, translated and published by Jan Steven van Esveldt Holtrop (1777-1833) from the original by August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue (1761-1819) Das Strandrecht (1807), Saakes 4 (1807), p. 381.
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Book number: 68673
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 FARRENC, C.,, Petit theatre pour jeunes filles.
FARRENC, C.,
Petit theatre pour jeunes filles.
Lille, Lefort, 1842, 300pp. full marbled leather tooled binding, gilt ornaments and title on faded spine, engraved frontispiece, marbled endpapers, marbled edges, contains: Amelie ou la jeune institutrice, Une Fete, Martha ou la jeune fille reconnaissante, Emma ou les etrennes, Junia ou la jeune fille charitable, La Paresseuse, Adele ou l'orgueil puni, Caroline. In this last play someone added some comments in ink on certain pages.
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Book number: 70317
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FLETCHER, J., MASSINGER, P.,
De tragedie van Johan van Oldenbarnevelt naar het Engelsch van John Fletcher en Philip Massinger vertaald door A.J. Barnouw.
Amsterdam, J.M. Meulenhoff, 1922, 159 pages, original paper on board binding. Dutch transaltion of the original English play. The Tragedy of Sir John van Olden Barnavelt was a Jacobean play written by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger in 1619, and produced in the same year by the King's Men at the Globe Theatre. Based on controversial contemporaneous political events, the play was itself controversial and had to survive an attempt at suppression by religious authorities. Fletcher and Massinger composed a drama on the subject that was ready for the stage in a scant three months, by August 1619. The play they wrote has been described as "an ideologically charged work with distinct republican and anti-authoritarian connotations."[1] It was actable on the Jacobean stage only because it conformed to the official line on Oldenbarnevelt's life and death. King James I was an opponent of the Dutch statesman, and especially of his Arminianism. The Prince of Orange, Oldenbarnevelt's rival and the main engine of his downfall, was a close ally of James. In the play, Barnavelt is plainly guilty of treason and attempts to seduce English soldiers to join with him - unsuccessfully, of course. The play even touches on contemporary anti-feminism. It includes an Englishwoman who disputes with Dutch Arminian women about the proper role of women in society. The Englishwoman is traditional in outlook, while her Dutch counterparts think that women should rule. Some readers, like Algernon Charles Swinburne, stated that this was anti-feminist satire.
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Book number: 67229
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DESAUGIERS AND GENTIL,
Meester Vink, of De vermiste diamant; Blijspel met Zang, vrij vertaald naar het Fransch, van Desaugiers en Gentil. (De Tweede Druk)
Amsterdam, Abraham Mars, 1818, 8vo., marbled paper binding, 72 pp., some wear and tear on the corners and spine, but the printwork is in good condition, engraving on title page (H.L. Mijling), lit: Saakes 6 (1816), p. 183. l Translation by Carel Alexander van Ray (1780-1842)
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GOEREE, JAN (1670-1731),
Alcander, Koning van Cyprus en Cilicie; of de gewaande zeerover. Treurspel. Het Fransch gevolgt van den Heer Scaron.
Amsterdam, (By de Erfg, van) J.Lescailje, 1707, 8vo., worn paper binding, fair copy, 70 pp., engraved titlepage with putti and an artist at work (Rust ik, zo roest ik (Should I rest, I'll rust) J. Goeree del. et fec.), engraved frontispiece with putti and a geopgraphical map (J. Goeree del. et fec.), engraved headpiece depicting a classical scene (J. Goeree). l A tragedy about Alcander, king of Cyprus and Cilicie, translated from french.
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Book number: 64010
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GORCUM, A.H. VAN,
Het kasteel van Verneuil. Toneelspel in vijf bedrijven. Naar het Fransch van Poujol door A.H. van Gorcum.
's Gravenhage, P. Mingelen, 1844, 124 pages, modern binding, library stamp of Grand Theatre A. van Lier Amsterdam, edges frayed, some damage to corners of pages,
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