2 edition of Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb found in the catalog.
Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb
by Printed for H. Herringman, at the Blew Anchor, in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Cautious coxcomb.|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 91 (i.e. 93),  p.|
|Number of Pages||93|
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This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb: a comedy. [John Caryll; Molière] Book Microform: Micro-opaque: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: Sir Salomon Cautious Sir Salomon Reviews.
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Acted by Their Majesties servants. Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb: a comedy as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke of York's Theatre. The Originality of John Caryll's Sir Salomon Richard C, Taylor One of the first highly successful adaptations of Moliere on the Restoration stage, John Caryll's Sir Salomon; or, The Cautious Coxcomb (), drew raves from the Carolean court, entertained London audiences for a span of fifty years, and provided the versatile Thomas Betterton with one of his favorite : Richard C.
Taylor. Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb: a comedy acted by Their Majesties servants. Title: Sir Salomon; or, The Cautious Coxcomb; a comedy. [In five acts and in prose. By J. Caryl.]Publisher: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.
It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books Format: Taschenbuch. [John Caryll]. A very scarce Restoration drama attributed to John Caryll.
Lacks final blank else complete. Overall in good condition. Halkett & Laing Rare English Drama from. Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb a comedy as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke of York's Theatre.
By John Caryll and Ecole des femmes. Molière. Abstract , 91 [i.e. 93],  tion of: L'école des femmes / n by J. Caryll. The other was a comedy, in imitation of Molière's ‘Ecole des Femmes,’ which was published inwith the title, ‘Sir Salomon, or the Cautious Coxcomb; a comedy, as it is acted at his Royal Highness the Duke of York's Theatre.’.
Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb: a comedy acted by Their Majesties servants / by: Caryll, John, Published: () The cautious jealous virtue: Hume on justice / by: Baier, Annette.
Published: (). He was educated at the College at St Omer's,and at the English College in Rome. A diplomat, and a poet, he was the author of two successful plays, The English princess; or, The death of Richard III.
and Sir Salomon, or The cautious coxcomb. During the Oates plot he was imprisoned in the Tower of London for six years. SIR SALOMON or The Cautious Coxcomb. London: H. Herringman, First edition. A very scarce Restoration drama attributed to John Caryll.
The play is an adaptation of Moliere's L'Ecole des Femmes. Bound in gray paper-covered boards probably of 19th century vintage. Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb: a comedy.
Acted by Their Majesties servants: The spectator. Vol. [-VIII. and last]. The eighth edition. Sylvae: Tarquin and Lucrece: Tēs Kainēs Diathēkēs hapanta = Novum Testamentum: Ulysses: a tragedy. Written by N. Rowe Votes of the House of Commons.
The wife's relief: or, The husband. Sir Fopling Flutter: Sir Salomon, or the Cautious coxcomb, a comedy Three restoration comedies: unhappy favourite: or, The earl of Essex: Utvalg: Venice preserv'd; or, a plot discover'd: Vertue betray'd, or Anna Bullen [without title] Works.
These analyses should be read in conjunction with the associated scenery plots. Duke’s Company (LIF) Duke’s Company (LIF) King’s Company (BS) King’s Company (BS) The Villain () A Witty Combat () The Adventures of FiveHours () The Slighted Maid () The Play-house to be Let () The Step-mother () Love's Kingdom () The Comical Revenge, or.
In Caryl's ‘Sir Solomon, or the Cautious Coxcomb,’ played inhe was Young Single. Betterton's ‘Amorous Widow’ followed inshowing Smith as Cunningham. Foscaris in Edward Howard's ‘Women's Conquest’ was seen inas was Sharnofsky in Crowne's ‘Juliana, or the Princess of Poland.’.
John Caryll – Sir Salomon, or the Cautious Coxcomb; John Dryden – The Conquest of Granada; Edward Howard – The Women's Conquest; Molière – Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme; Jean Racine – Bérénice; Thomas Shadwell – The Humorists Births.
January 24 – William Congreve, dramatist (died ) November 30 – John Toland, controversial. Salomon has been playing in the French alps since Our passion for outdoor sports, new technologies and craftsmanship has driven us - and still does - to create progressive gear to enable you to freely enjoy and challenge yourself in the great outdoors.His plays, both of them brought out at the Duke of York's Theatre, were a tragedy written in and called The English Princess, or the death of Richard III (Samuel Pepys, who saw this piece acted 7 Marchfound it no more than "pretty good"), and a comedy entitled Sir Solomon Single, or the Cautious Coxcomb, which came out inupon the pattern of Molière's The School for ity control: GND:ISNI: .First Page: Sir Salomon; or, The Cautious Coxcomb: A Comedy.
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A Comedy, Acted by His Royal Highnes's servants.