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Dryden, John

Dryden, John. Annus Mirabilis: The Year of Wonders, 1666. Henry Herringman (1667). An Historical Poem: Containing The Progress And Various Successes Of Our Naval War With Holland, Under The Conduct Of His Highness Prince Rupert, And His Grace The Duke Of Albemarl. And Describing The Fire Of London.

Dryden, John. Amboyna: A Tragedy. Harry Herringman (1673). As It Is Acted At The Theatre-Royal

Dryden, John . The Rival Ladies: A tragi-comedy.. Henry Herringman. (1675). As It Was Acted At The Theatre-Royal"

Dryden, John. The State of Innocence, And Fall of Man. Henry Herringman (1677). An Opera. Written In Heroique Verse, And Dedicated To Her Royal Highness, The Dutchess

Dryden, John. All for Love: Or, The World well Lost. Henry Herringman (1678). A Tragedy. As It Is Acted At The Theatre-Royal; And Written In Imitation Of Shakespeares Stile

Dryden, John. Absalom And Achitophel. Jacob Tonson (1681). First Issue: Contains Uncorrected Misprints (Sig C Recto, Line 10 And Servd For As Servd, And On Verso, Cuold, Kold, Kody And Patrons In Lines 4, 8, 12, And 34, Respectively. Also The Catchword Is Not Instead Of Oh)

Dryden, John . Absalom and Achitophel. Jacob Tonson (1681).

Dryden, John. His Majesties Declaration Defended; In a Letter to a Friend. . T. Davies, (1681). First And Only Edition

Dryden, John . Absalom and Achitophel.. Jacob Tonson (1682). [With:] The Second Part Of Absalom And Achitophel; Two Books In One; Both First Editions (First Part 1681, Second 1682).

Dryden, John . Absalon et Achitophel. Carmine Latino heroico . Oxford (1682). Absalom And Achitophel; First Edition In Latin; Translation To Latin By William Coward

Dryden, John . Religio Laici or a Layman's Faith. Jacob Tonson (1682). A Poem.

Dryden, John. The Medall. A Satyre Against Sedition. . Jacob Tonson (1682). First Edition; Second Issue: Has Two Lines Of Latin At The Bottom; Nahum Tate Contributes Commendatory Poem.

Dryden, John. The Vindication. Jacob Tonson (1683). The Vindication: Or The Parallel Of The French Holy-League, And The English League And Covenant, TurnD Into A Seditious Libell Against The King And His Royal Highness, By Thomas Hunt And The Authors Of The Reflections Upon The Pretended Parallel In The Play Called The Duke Of Guise.

Maimbourg, Louis. The History of the League . M. Flesher for Jacob Tonson (1684). Written In French By Monsieur Maimbourg. Translated Into English According To His Majestys Command. By Mr. Dryden.; Louis Maimbourg (Author); John Dryden (Translator); First Edition In English; Dedication And 49 Page Postscript By Dryden; Frontspiece By M. Burghers.

Dryden, John . A defence of the papers. H. Hills (1686). Printed By H. Hills: Printer To The Kings Most Excellent Majesty For His Household And Chappel." A Defence Of The Papers Written By The Late King Of Blessed Memory, And Duchess Of York, Against The Answer Made To Them. By Command.

Dryden, John. The Indian Emperour. Henry Herringman (1686). Or, The Conquest Of Mexico By The Spaniards; Sequel To The Indian Queen; Later Edition; First Printed In 1667

Dryden, John. Tyrannick Love: Or, The Royal Martyr. Henry Herringman (1686). A Tragedy. As It Is Acted By His MajestieS Servants At The Theatre Royal

Dryden, John. Annus Mirabilis: The Year of Wonders, 1666. Henry Herringman (1688). The Year Of Wonders, Mdclxvi. An Historical Poem: Also A Poem On The Happy Restoration And Return Of His Late Sacred Majesty Charles The Second. Likewise A Panengyrick On His Coronation. Together With A Poem To My Lord Chancellor Presented On New-Years-Day. 1662.

Dryden, John. Britannia Rediviva. Jacob Tonson (1688). A Poem On The Birth Of The Prince;

Dryden, John (trans). Plutarchs Lives. Jacob Tonson (1688). Translated From The Greek By Several Hands; 5 Volumes; Engraved Frontispieces; Engraved Plates

Dryden, John. Don Sebastian, King of Portugal . Jo. Hindmarsh (1690). A Tragedy First Edition; Includes Dedicatory Epistle And Preface

Dryden, John. Sr. Martin Marr-All; Or, The Feignd Innocence.. Henry Herringman (1691). A Comedy. As It Is Acted By Their Majesties Servants"; First Edition To Have Dryden'S Name On The Title.

Dryden, John. Cleomenes, The Spartan Heroe . Jacob Tonson (1692). A Tragedy. As It Is Acted At The Theatre Royal. Written By Mr. Dryden. To Which Is Prefixt The Life Of Cleomenes; Partially Written By Thomas Southern; Biography Of Cleomenes By Creech.

Dryden, John. Don Sebastian, King of Portugal. Jo, Hindmarsh (1692). A Tragedy Acted At The Theatre Royal."

Dryden, John. Eleonora. Jacob Tonson (1692). A Panegyrical Poem: Dedicated To The Memory Of The Late Countess Of Abingdon First And Only Edition.

Dryden, John (trans). Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis. Jacob Tonson (1693). Translated In English Verse. By Mr.Dryden, And Several Other Eminent Hands. Together With The Satires Of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Made English By Mr.Dryden. With Explanatory Notes At The End Of Each Satire. To Which Is Prefixd A Discourse Concerning The Original And Progress Of Satire. Dedicated To The Right Honourable Charles Earl Of Dorset; 2 Volumes In One; Preface By John Dryden; Translators: Nahum Tate, William Bowles, George Stepney, Stephen Hervey, William Congreve, Thomas Power, Richard Duke And Drydens Sons Charles And John.

Dryden, John. Love Triumphant; Or, Nature will Prevail. Jacob Tonson. (1694). A Tragi-Comedy. As It Is Acted At The Theatre Royal, By Their Majesties Servants.

Virgil / Dryden, John (trans). The Works of Virgil. Jacob Tonson (1697). Containing His Pastorals, Georgics, And Aeneis. Transated Into English Verse; John Dryden (Translator); Frontispiece; 100 Engraved Plates Signed By M. Vander Gucht, W. Hollar, F. Cleyn, And P. Lombart

Dryden, John. Fables Ancient and Modern. Jacob Tonson (1700). Translated Into Verse From Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: With Original Poems Contains: Translation Of The First Book Of 'Iliad', Part Of Ovid'S 'Metamorphoses', Tales From Chaucer And Boccaccio, Original Poems 'To My Honoured Kinsman John Driden', Verses To The Duchess Of Ormond, Lines On 'A Fair Maiden Lady Who Died At Bath', And Preface In Prose.

Dryden, John. Poems on Various Occasions. Jacob Tonson (1701). And Translations From Several Authors. By Mr. John Dryden. Now First Publishd Together In One Volume

Dryden, John. The Comedies Tragedies and Operas. Jacob Tonson, Thomas Bennet and Richard Wellington (1701). Written By John Dryden Now First Collected Together, And Corrected From The Originals; The Works Of John Dryden; First Folio Edition; 2 Volumes;

Dryden, John . All for Love: Or, The World well Lost. J. Tonson and T. Bennett (1703). A Tragedy, Acted By Her Majesties Servants. Written In Imitaiton Of Shakepears Style

Dryden, John. . Fables Ancient and Modern. Jacob Tonson (1713). Translated Into Verse, From Homer, Ovid, Boccace, And Chaucer: With Original Poems; Verses To The Duchess Of Ormond, Translations Or Adaptations From Chaucer, Ovids Matamorphosis, Boccaccio, And The First Book Of The Iliad, As Well As The Poems To My Honoured Kinsmen John Driden, And A Fair Maiden Lady Who Died At Bath. And A Reprint Of Alexanders Feast.

Dryden, John (& others) . Miscellany Poems. Jacob Tonson (1727). Containing Variety Of New Translations Of The Ancient Poets: Together With Several Original Poems. By The Most Eminent Hands 6 Volumes

Dryden, John. . Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq. Jacob Tonson. (1735). 6 Volumes; 28 Engraved Frontispieces; Contents: Vol. 1: "Indian Emperor" Dated 1750, Vol. 3: "Marriage A-La-Mode" And "Amboyna" Dated 1763, Vol.4: "The State Of Innocence" Dated 1733, "Aureng-Zebe" Dated 1763, "All For Love" Dated 1760, "Limberham" Dated 1763, Vol.6: "The Spanish Fryar" Dated 1753

Dryden, John. Original Poems and Translations. . J & R Tonson (1743). Original Poems And Translations Now First Collected And Publishd Together; Edited By Thomas Broughton; Essay Upon Satire Included; 2 Volumes

Dryden, John . The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq. . J. & R. Tonson (1760). Containing All His Original Poems, Tales, And Translations. Now First Collected And Published Together In Four Volumes. With Explanatory Notes And Observations. Also An Account Of His Life And Writings; 4 Volumes; Engraved Frontispiece Of Dryden

Dryden, John. The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq. . Tonson. (1762). 6 Volumes; 27 Copper Plate Illustrations

Dryden, John . The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden Esq. J. and R. Tonson (1767). Containing All His Original Poems, Tales And Translations, In Four Volumes'; 16 Engravings, Including Portraits Of James Ii, Cromwell, Charles Ii, The Earl Of Shaftesbury, Chaucer, Boccaccio And Ovid.

Dryden, John . The Fables of John Dryden. T.Bensley (1797). Ornamented With Engravings From The Pencil Of The Right Hon. Lady Diana Beauclerc; Engravings By Beauclerc And Batrolozzi; Fables: Nine Engraved Plates And Fifteen Engraved Vignettes; Leonora: Five Engraved Plates Including Frontispiece, Four Engraved Vignettes, Most By Bartolozzi.

DRYDEN, JOHN . The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden . T. Cadell Jn. & W. Davies (1800). Now First Collected: With Notes And Illustrations; An Account Of The Life And Writings Of The Author Grounded On Original And Authentick Documents'; With Malone, Edmond; 4 Volumes; Engraved Frontis Of Dryden; Contains Collection Of Never Before Published Letters Of Dryden'S.

Virgil; Dryden, John (trans). The Works of Virgil. Vernor, Hood, and Sharp (1806). Translated Into English Verse By Mr Dryden. A New Edition Revised And Corrected By John Carey'; 3 Volumes: Illustrations; Vol 1: Life Of Virgil, Vol 2: Dryden'S Essay On Aeneis. Vol 3:

Virgil; Dryden, John (trans). The Works of Virgil. J. Johnson (1806). Translated Into English Verse By John Dryden. New Edition With Remarks On The "Corrections" Of Dr Carey

Dryden, John. The Works of John Dryden. James Ballantyne & Co., Edinburgh (1808). Now First Collected In Eighteen Volumes. Illustrated With Notes, Historical, Critical And Explanatory, And A Life Of The Author, By Walter Scott, Esq. 18 Volumes

Dryden, John . The Poetical Works of John Dryden, Esq.. Rivington (1811). Containing Original Poems, Tales And Translations By The Lat Rev. Joseph Warton, D.D. The Rev John Warton; 4 Volumes

Dryden, John . The Poetical Works. . William Pickering (1832). Aldine Edition Of The British Poets; 5 Volumes

Dryden, John . The Poetical Works of John Dryden . Willian Pickering (1843). Aldine Edition Of The British Poets; 5 Volumes

Dryden, John. . The Poetical Works of John Dryden. . William Pickering. (1852). Aldine Edition Of The British Poets; 5 Volumes

Dryden, John . The Poetical Works of John Dryden. Bell & Daldy (1865).

Dryden, John . The Poetical Works of John Dryden. Bell and Daldy (1866). Aldine Edition Of The British Poets; With Life Of Dryden By The Reverend Richard Hooper; Set Limited To 250 Copies, 100 Sent To The Us;5 Volumes

Dryden, John. The Poetical Works of John Dryden. Macmillan (1873). W.D. Christie (Editor); Fore-Edge Painting Circa 15 Century Town Square.

Dryden, John. Alexanders Feast. Essex House Press (1904). 'Or, The Power Of Music. A Song In Honour Of St. Cecilia:'; Limited Edition; 140 Copies; Printed On Vellum; Hand-Colored Woodcut Frontispiece By Reginald Savage; This Book Is The 11Th From The Essex House Series Of 14 Great Poems In The English Language, Issued Between 1900 And 1905.

Dryden, John. The Poetical Works of John Dryden . Houghton Mifflin Company Boston (1909). Cambridge Edition; Preface By George R. Noyes

Dryden, John . Of Dramatick Poesie. Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald (1928). An Essay 1668; Includes 'Dialogue On Poetic Drama' By T. S. Eliot; 580 Numbered Copies

DRYDEN, John. . All For Love. Printed for William Andrews Clark, Jr. by John Henry Nash. (1929). Or, The World Well Lost: A Tragedy; A Facsimile Of The First Edition; 250 Copies Printed For Private Distribution; 2 Volumes; Frontis Portrait Of Shakespeare And Dryden.

Dryden, John. A Dryden Library. Privately Printed (1930). A Catalogue Of Printed Books, Manuscripts And Autograph Letters By John Dryden Collected By Thomas James Wise; 160 Copies For Private Distribution; Printed On Antique Paper; Illustrated With Facsimile Reproductions Of Dryden Title Pages

Dryden,John . Dryden:The Dramatic Works. The Nonesuch Press (1931). Montague Summers (Editor); Limited Edition, 750 Copies Printed Between 1931-1932; 6 Volumes

Dryden, John . Songs and Poems of John Dryden . Golden Cockerel Press (1957). Limited Edition, 500 Numbered Copies; Special Copies (1-100) With 16 Extra Drawings; 400 Standard Copies; 8 Colored Plates, 8 B&W Illustrations By Lavinia Blythe;

Dryden, John. The Poems of John Dryden. Oxford University Press (1958). Kinsley, James (Editor); Complete Text Of Dryden'S Original Poems And Verse Translations With His Prefaces; 4 Volumes

Dryden, John . All for Love: Antony Cleopatra . The Allen Press, Kentfield, CA (1976). Limited Edition; 140 Copies; Printed On Hand Made Paper; Ornaments Illustrated By Dorothy Allen; Full Page Frontis Of Cleopatra Hand Painted On Papyrus By Artists In Cairo, Egypt.