Thomas D'Urfey

27 Books

The comical history of Don Quixote by Thomas D'Urfey
The Trophies by Thomas D'Urfey
The Bath, Or, the Western Lass. a Comedy, as It Is Acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's Servants. by MR Durfey by Thomas D'Urfey
An Essay Towards the Theory of the Intelligible World. Intuitively Considered. Designed for Forty-Nine Parts. Part III. ... by Gabriel John. ... the Archetypally Second Edition by Thomas D'Urfey
Wit and Mirth by Thomas D'Urfey
New Opera's, With Comical Stories, and Poems, on Several Occasions, Never Before Printed by Thomas D'Urfey
Wit and Mirth by Thomas D'Urfey
Wit and Mirth by Thomas D'Urfey
Essays on the Stage Preface to the Campaigners (1689) and Preface to the Translation of Bossuet's Maxims and Reflections on Plays (1699) by Thomas D'Urfey
Essays on the Stage Preface to the Campa...
New Opera's, with Comical Stories, and Poems, on Several Occasions, Never Before Printed by Thomas D'Urfey
A Fool's Preferment; or, The three Dukes of Dunstable. A comedy [in five acts and in prose.] Together with the Songs and notes to 'em, ... composed by H. Purcell by Thomas D'Urfey
Archerie Reviv'd, Or, the Bow-Man's Excellence an Heroick Poem by Thomas D'Urfey
A Poem Congratulatory on the Birth of the Young Prince Most Humbly Dedicated to Their August Majesties King James, and Queen Mary/By Mr. D'Urfey. (1688) by Thomas D'Urfey
Remains of Mr. John Oldham in Verse and Prose (1684) by Thomas D'Urfey
The Marriage-Hater Match'd a Comedy Acted at the Theatre Royal by Their Majesties Servants / Written by Tho. D'Urfey. (1692) by Thomas D'Urfey
Scandalum Magnatum, Or, Potapski's Case a Satyr Against Polish Oppression. (1682) by Thomas D'Urfey
The Royalist a Comedy by Thomas D'Urfey
The Banditti, Or, a Ladies Distress a Play, Acted at the Theatre-Royall / Written by Mr. D'Urfey. (1686) by Thomas D'Urfey
Madam Fickle, Or, the Witty False One a Comedy as It Is Acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's Theatre/Written by Tho. Durfey, Gent. (1691) by Thomas D'Urfey
The Songs to the New Play of Don Quixote as They Are Sung at the Queen's Theatre in Dorset Garden / Set by the Most Eminent Masters of the Age; All Written by Mr. D'Urfey. (1694) by Thomas D'Urfey