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Series: Bell's British Theatre

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Bell's British theatre : consisting of the most esteemed English plays by John Bell
Bell's British theatre, vol. V : selected plays, 1791-1802, 1797 : forty-nine plays unrepresented in editions of 1776-1781 by John Bell
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 2. English Plays; Being the First Volume of Comedies. The Provok'd Wife by Sir John by John Bell2
Bell's British theatre : selected plays, 1791-1802, 1797 (Volume III) by John Bell3
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 4. English Plays; Being the Second Volume of Comedies. Rule a Wive and Have a Wife by Beaumont and Fletcher; The Wonder by Mrs Centlivre; The Conscious Lovers by Sir R. Steele; The Recruiting Officer by Mr Farquhar; The Suspicious Husband by Dr. Hoadley by John Bell4
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 5. English Plays; Being the Third Volume of Tragedies. All for Love by Mr Dryden; Th by John Bell5
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 7. English Plays; Being the Fourth Volume of Tragedies. The Royal Convert by N. Rowe by John Bell7
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 9. English Plays. The Beggar's Opera by Mr Gay; Achilles by Mr Gay; Polly by Mr Gay; by John Bell9
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 10. English Plays; Being the Fifth Volume of Tragedies. Merope by Aaron Hill; Barbar by John Bell10
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 11. English Plays; Being the Fifth Volume of Comedies. by John Bell11
Bell's British theatre : selected plays, 1791-1802, 1797 : (Volume XII) by John Bell12
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 12. English Plays; Being the Sixth Volume of Tragedies. King Charles I by Mr Havard; by John Bell12
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 13. English Plays; Being the Sixth Volume of Comedies. The Inconstant by Mr Farquhar by John Bell13
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 14. English Plays; Being the Seventh Volume of Tragedies. The Albion Queens by Mr Ba by John Bell14
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 16. English Plays; Being the Eighth Volume of Tragedies. Electra by Lew. Theobold; A by John Bell16
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 18. English Plays; Being the Ninth Volume of Tragedies. Sophonisba by Mr. Thomson; P by John Bell18
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 19. English Plays; Being the Tenth Volume of Comedies. Volpone by Ben Johnson; Count by John Bell19
Bell's British Theatre. Volume 20. English Plays; Being the Tenth Volume of Tragedies. Elvira by Mr Mallet; Boadici by John Bell20
Bell's British theatre. Vol. 34 by John Bell34

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