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Author Elliston, R. W. (Robert William), 1774-1831.
Title The Venetian outlaw : a drama, in three acts / translated and adapted to the english stage by R.W. Elliston.
Publication Info. New-York : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, 1806.
Location Call No. Status
 Rare Books Hammond  Ham H8518 C5    IN LIBRARY
Description 59, [1] p. ; 15 cm.
Note "As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane."
At head of t.p.: Dedicated, by permission, to His Majesty.
Adaptation of: Abelino le grand bandit, probably based on Zschokke's Abällino der grosse Bandit.
Includes Epilogue: (p. 59-[60]).
With: With: The committee / Robert Howard. London : John Bell, 1792 -- The man of the world / Charles Macklin. Boston : John Bell, 1808 -- The fox chase / Charles Breck. New-York : D. Longworth, 1808. Bound together subsequent to publication. ZNS
Indexed In: Shaw & Shoemaker 10350
Stoddard, R.E. Longworth dramatic imprints, 33
Local Note Library copy from Hammond Collection; bookplate of James Hammond's Circulating Library on front paste-down, numbered in ms., black ink: 1763.
Subject Zschokke, Heinrich, 1771-1848 -- Adaptations.
Pixérécourt, R.-C. Guilbert de (René-Charles Guilbert), 1773-1844 -- Adaptations.
Genre or Form Library copies (Provenance) -- Rhode Island -- Newport -- 1811-1866.
Labels (Provenance) -- Rhode Island -- Newport -- 1811-1866.
Added Author Zschokke, Heinrich, 1771-1848. Abällino, der grosse Bandit.
Pixérécourt, R.-C. Guilbert de (René-Charles Guilbert), 1773-1844. Abelino, le grand bandit.
Hammond, James, 1784-1866, former owner. ZNS
James Hammond's Circulating Library. ZNS
James Hammond's Circulating Library. 1763. ZNS
Longworth, David, 1765?-1821, publisher.
Literary and Dramatic Repository (New York, N.Y.)
Shakespeare Gallery (New York, N.Y.)