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A 17th-cent. Latin play

A 17th-cent. Latin play
Shelfmark: MS. Don. d. 102
Extents: 33 Leaves
Dates: 17th century
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The Abinger Papers

Correspondence and papers of the Godwin and Shelley families, chiefly William Godwin (1756-1836), philosopher and author; with the correspondence and papers of his family, including his wife, the novelist and essayist Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-97); daughter, the author Mary Shelley (1797-1851); her husband, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822); and Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley's son Sir Percy Florence Shelley (1819-89), and his wife, Jane, Lady Shelley (d. 1899)
Extents: 206 shelfmarks
Dates: 1780-1937
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Anonymous drama

Anonymous drama
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 4233
Extents: 2.0 Volumes
Dates: 18th century
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'Archæologia Cornu = Britannica'

'Archæologia Cornu = Britannica'
Shelfmark: MS. Cornish c. 1
Extents: 370 Leaves
Dates: Written in the first half of the 18th century
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Archive of Alexander Dalrymple

Archive of Alexander Dalrymple
Extents: 0.15 linear metres (3 boxes)
Dates: 19th century
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Archive of George Thorn-Drury

Archive of George Thorn-Drury
Extents: 1.19 linear metres (19 boxes)
Dates: 19th-20th cent.
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Archive of 'Michael Field'

Archive of 'Michael Field'
Extents: 10.53 linear metres (207 boxes)
Dates: 1832-1970
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Archive of Michael Sayers

Archive of Michael Sayers (1911-2010), writer
Extents: 12.45 linear metres (88 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1878, c. 1922-2015
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Archive of Neville Coghill

Papers of Neville Coghill, 1930-1979, Fellow and Tutor of English Literature at Exeter College, Oxford, and subsequently Merton Professor of English Literature.
Extents: 4.62 linear metres (42 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1930-1979
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'Arviragus and Philicia'

'Arviragus and Philicia'
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. d. 11
Extents: 91 Leaves
Dates: Written perhaps about A.D. 1640
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'The Comedies of Terence, translated into English by Richard Gough Esq, 1751. Mem. The Heautontimoroumonus is missing.'

'The Comedies of Terence, translated into English by Richard Gough Esq, 1751. Mem. The Heautontimoroumonus is missing.'
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. class. e. 1
Extents: 199 Leaves
Dates: Written in 1751 by R. Gough
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Copies of old Cornish plays

Copies of old Cornish plays.
Extents: 0.10 linear metres (2 boxes)
Dates: written in more than one hand, perhaps late in the 17th and early in the 18th century
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Copies of Plays by Aeschylus

Photocopies and enlargements from microfilm of parts of plays by Aeschylus, including Agamemnon, Persae and Choephoroe.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
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Copy by William A'Court, Baron Heytesbury, of his play 'Montalto, a tragedy in five acts'

Copy by William A'Court, Baron Heytesbury, of his play 'Montalto, a tragedy in five acts'
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. c. 23
Extents: 86 pages
Dates: 1803-1814
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Copy, in several hands, of The provok'd husband: or A journey to London, by Sir John Vanbrugh and Colley Cibber

Copy, in several hands, of The provok'd husband: or A journey to London, by Sir John Vanbrugh and Colley Cibber
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. d. 353
Extents: 166 Leaves
Dates: 18th century
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A copy of Joshua Barnes's edition of Euripidis quæ extant omnia

A copy of Joshua Barnes's edition of Euripidis quæ extant omnia
Shelfmark: Auct. S. 1.5
Extents: 1 volume
Dates: 1694
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'The Creacion of the worlde, with Noyes flude: wryten by William Jordan. the xiith of August. 1611'

'The Creacion of the worlde, with Noyes flude: wryten by William Jordan. the xiith of August. 1611'
Shelfmark: MS. Bodl. 219
Extents: 74 Leaves
Dates: Written in A.D. 1611 by W. Jordan
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Drafts of two plays by Terence Rattigan

Drafts of The Browning Version, c.1945, and of Heart to Heart, 1961-1962, by Terence Rattigan.
Extents: 0.3 linear metres (2 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: c.1945, 1961-1962
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Eight papers of payments made by, and signed by, sir Robert Carey

Eight papers of payments made by, and signed by, sir Robert Carey, written chiefly in A.D. 1617-1620.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. c. 4
Extents: 17 Leaves
Dates: written chiefly in A.D. 1617-1620
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A farce, 'Blue devils', by George Colman the younger

A farce, 'Blue devils', by George Colman the younger
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. e. 583
Extents: 24 Leaves
Dates: 1798-1808

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Drama 24
Literature 20
19th century 18
18th century 15
17th century 11
Drama -- 20th century 6
Poetry 6
Greek drama (Tragedy) 5
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Indexed names
University of Oxford 6
Oxford University Dramatic Society 4
Aeschylus | ? 525 BC-? 456 BC | Greek playwright 3
Burton-Taylor Theatre 2
Coghill | Nevill Henry Kendal Aylmer | 1899-1980 | literary historian 2
Drinkwater | John | 1882-1937 | Poet and playwright 2
Oxford University Mermaid Club 2
Terentius Afer | Publius | ? 195 BC-? 159 BC | Roman comic dramatist 2
A'Court | William | 1779-1860 | 1st Baron Heytesbury | Diplomat 1
Aristotle | 384-322 BC | Greek philosopher 1
Barnes | Joshua | 1654-1712 | Greek scholar and antiquary 1
Beaumont | Francis | ? 1585-1616 | poet and dramatist 1
Beaumont | fl 1688-1730 | Nonconformist 1
Binns | Graham | b. 1925 | broadcasting administrator 1
Bishop | Elizabeth | b 1763 | nee Wollstonecraft 1
Bracton | Henry de | c 1210-1268 | Judge, Chancellor of Exeter Cathedral 1
Bradley | Katherine Harris | 1846-1914 | Poet and Dramatist called Arran Leigh also shared pseudonym with Edith Emma Cooper, Michael Field 1
Bürger | Gottfried August | 1747-1794 | poet and translator 1
Carey (Cary) | Robert | 1560-1639 | Earl of Monmouth | Nobleman and courtier 1
Carlell | Lodowick | ? 1601-1675 | courtier and playwright | also called Carlile 1
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Carleton | R | fl. 1674-1675 1
Chaucer | Geoffrey | c 1340-1400 | Poet 1
Church of England | Diocese of London | Consistory Court 1
Cibber | Colley | 1671-1757 | Actor and dramatist 1
Collier | John Payne | 1789-1883 | Shakespearean scholar and forger, antiquary, and journalist 1
Colman | George | 1762-1836 | dramatist 1
Cooper | Edith Emma | 1862-1913 | poet and dramatist called Isa Leigh and shared pseudonym with Katherine Bradley as Michael Field 1
Dalrymple | Alexander | 1737-1808 | Hydrographer to the Navy 1
Dawe | Roger David | fl. 1973-90 1
Deelman | Christian F | b 1937 1
Drinkwater | Albert Edwin Drinkwater | 1852–1923 | schoolmaster and actor 1
Drinkwater | John | 1882–1937 | poet and playwright 1
Drury | George Thorn | 1860-1931 | Barrister and Literary Scholar 1
Edgar | David Burman | b 1948 | playwright 1
England and Wales | Exchequer 1
England and Wales | Royal Navy 1
Eton College 1
Euripides | c 480-c 406 BC | playwright 1
Field | Michael | fl 1871-1911 | see Bradley Katherine Harris 1
Fitzwilliams | John | fl 1600-1699 | Nonjuror 1
Flecker | Herman James Elroy | 1884-1915 | Poet and Dramatist 1
Fleming | Robert | ? 1660-1716 | Presbyterian Minister 1
Fletcher | Charles Robert Leslie | 1857-1934 | historian and academic 1
Fletcher | John | 1579-1625 | poet 1
Fraenkel | Eduard | 1888-1970 | Classical Scholar 1
French Protestant Church 1
Galsworthy | John | 1867-1933 | Novelist and playwright 1
Garrick | David | 1717-1779 | Actor 1
Gilbert | Davies | 1767-1839 | Cornish engineer, author and politician 1
Godwin | Mary Jane | 1768-1841 | formerly Clairmont | nee de Vial | translator and bookseller 1
Godwin | William | 1756-1836 | philosopher and novelist 1
Godwin | family 1
Gordon | Edward | fl. 1963 1
Gough | Richard | 1735-1809 | antiquary 1
Grenville | Denis | 1637-1703 | Jacobite Archbishop of York | also known as Denis Granville 1
Griffiths | Trevor | b 1935 | Playwright 1
Gronovius | Jacobus | 1645-1716 | classical scholar 1
Gunning | Peter | 1614-1684 | Bishop of Ely 1
Hall Caine | Sir | Thomas Henry | 1853-1931 | Knight and novelist 1
Hammond | E. F. | fl. 20th century 1
Hardy | Thomas | 1840–1928 | novelist and poet 1
Hawes | Samuel | fl 1694-1700 | Nonjuror 1
Hearne | Thomas | 1678-1735 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 1
Herman | Henry | 1832-1894 | Playwright and novelist 1
Heywood | Thomas | ? 1574-1641 | poet and dramatist 1
Hoadly | John | 1711-1776 | poet and dramatist 1
Holman | William | d 1730 | Essex Antiquary Congregational Minister 1
Hoskins | W. H | fl. 1880 1
Jardine | Neil | fl 1930-1970 | Playwright 1
Jodrell | Richard Paul | 1745-1831 | Classical scholar and playwright 1
Johnson | Jane | 1798-1884 | nee Cleveland | x Williams | x Hogg 1
Jones | Henry Arthur | 1851-1929 | Playwright and dramatist 1
Jordan | William | fl. 18th century | Cornish dramatist 1
Kazimierczyk | Stanislaw | 1433-1489 | Polish Catholic Priest 1
Kazimierczyk | Stanislaw | fl. 1965 | writer 1
L'Estrange | Hamon | 1605-1660 | theologian and historian 1
Legge | Thomas | c.1535-1607 | playwright and college head 1
Lewis | John | c 1700-1799 | Minister of Margate 1
Livius | Titus | ? 59 BC-AD 17 | Roman historian 1
Locke | John | 1632-1704 | philospher 1
Madan | Falconer | 1851-1935 | Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer, bibliographer 1
Malone | Edmond | 1741-1812 | Critic and Author 1
Mandeville | Sir | John | d 1372 | travel writer 1
Marlowe | Christopher | bap. 1564-1593 | playwright and poet 1
McClune | Gregory | fl 1930-1970 | Playwright 1
Middleton | Thomas | bap. 1580-1627 | playwright 1
Morettini | Donna Soto- | fl 1990 | see Soto-Morettini, Donna 1
Morgan | Charles Langbridge | 1894–1958 | novelist and journalist 1
Nedam | James | fl 1532-1543 | Royal Surveyor of Works 1
Neve | John Le | 1679-1741 | Antiquary 1
Newman | John Henry | 1801-1890 | theologian and cardinal 1
Ovidius Naso | Publius | 43 BC-AD 17 | Roman poet 1
Oxford Playhouse | Oxford 1
Oxford Playhouse | Oxford, Oxfordshire 1
Oxford Revue 1
Oxford Theatre Group 1
Oxford University Drama Commission 1
Parry | Sir | Charles Hubert Hastings | 1848-1918 | Knight | composer, and musical writer 1
Pepys | Samuel | 1633-1703 | MP, Diarist, Public Servant, Antiquary 1
Philips | William | fl 1930-1970 | Playwright 1
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Language
Cornish 4
Dutch; Flemish 1
English 60
French 1
German 2
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 7
Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
Italian 3
Latin 9
Polish 1
Welsh 1