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Thu Oct 16 17:58:57 2014 UTClccn-n500230620.47A full vindication of Thomas Sheridan, Esq; being an answer to a scurrilous pamphlet, intitled, The case of the stage0.750.97A miscellany : containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson, with considerable additions, and some new anecdotes of that extraordinary character ; A critique on Bürger's Leonora, in which she is clearly proved of English extraction ... and an introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public, in two parts /3548458Thomas_Sheridan_(actor)n 5002306258476Scheridan, Thomas 1719-1788Shéridam, .. 1719-1788Sheridan, .. 1719-1788Sheridan, Thomas 1719-1788lccn-n78096912Swift, Jonathan1667-1745nc-smock alley theaterSmock-Alley Theaterlccn-n83179167Andrews, John1746-1813edtlccn-no00048864Sheldon, Esther K.lccn-n80032806Nichols, John1745-1826edtlccn-n85024987Jones, Stephen1763-1827lccn-n78095825Johnson, Samuel1709-1784lccn-nr90029151Whyte, S.(Samuel)1733-1811np-coriolanus, cnaeus marciusCoriolanus, Cnaeus Marciuslccn-n81028965Cibber, Theophilus1703-1758Sheridan, Thomas1719-1788DictionariesBiographyDramaHistoryRecords and correspondenceSourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcSheridan, Thomas,ElocutionGreat BritainSwift, Jonathan,English languageEnglish language--PronunciationEnglish dramaTheaterEducationTheatrical managersActorsOral readingEngland--LondonRhetoricIreland--DublinOratoryLife of Samuel Johnson (Boswell, James)Johnson, Samuel,Language and languagesEnglish drama (Tragedy)IrelandEnglandReadingLenore (Bürger, Gottfried August)FarceEnglish poetry--Irish authorsSpeeches, addresses, etc., EnglishEnglish language--PhonologyEnglish language--GrammarPublic speakingYoung men--Intellectual lifeMoral educationEducatorsEducation of princesYoung men--Conduct of lifeRome (Empire)Coriolanus, Cnaeus MarciusEducation--PhilosophyEloquenceTheater managementNobilityTheatre-Royal (Dublin, Ireland)MoneyEnglish language--VersificationRhetoric--Study and teachingAuthors, EnglishBrowne, WilliamNobility--EducationOral interpretationOral interpretation of poetry171917881720172817291731173817391742174317461747174917501752175417551756175717581759176117621764176917701771177217731774177517761778177917801781178217831784178517861787178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131816181818201821182218231824182518261830183218341841184918521853185518561860187018811897191319311951195219531963196519661967196819691970197119721974197819791981198219871989199119921993199419951996199719982001200320052011183063161324808.5AC4ocn006772664ocn006276563ocn082483347ocn863624425ocn079863485ocn833450952ocn833450839ocn833450972ocn833450927ocn833450759ocn833450789ocn833450876ocn833450855ocn833450781ocn833450933ocn02415528884037ocn000511841book17620.74Sheridan, ThomasA course of lectures on elocution78945ocn083330624file17420.74Sheridan, ThomasThe brave Irishman or, Captain O'Blunder. A farce. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Smock-alley: with the genuine songs, not in any other edition. Supposed to be written by T---s S-----n, Esq; and revised with several corrections and additions. By J--n P--st-n76356ocn083328357file17620.79Sheridan, ThomasA course of lectures on elocution together with two dissertations on language; and some other tracts relative to those subjects. A new edition. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M76349ocn062836673file17460.79Sheridan, ThomasA complete dictionary of the English language both with regard to sound and meaning : one main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. : To which is prefixed, a prosodial grammar.Dictionaries64046ocn510771414file17750.79Sheridan, ThomasLectures on the art of reading. In two parts. Containing part I. The art of reading prose. part II. The art of reading verse. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M. Author of Lectures on elocution, British education, &c48138ocn062820152file17810.79Sheridan, ThomasA rhetorical grammar of the English language calculated solely for the purposes of teaching propriety of pronunciation, and justness of delivery, in that tongue, by the organs of speech.47634ocn002872033book17840.79Swift, JonathanThe works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, DublinHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceVols 1,2,3,4, and 6 in Circulation44525ocn083467123file17550.77Sheridan, ThomasCoriolanus or, the Roman matron. A tragedy. Altered from Shakspeare, by Mr. T. Sheridan. Taken from the manager's book, at the Theatre Royal in Drury-LaneDrama41140ocn000140523book17560.70Sheridan, ThomasBritish education; or, The source of the disorders of Great BritainHistorySources38952ocn015435690book17980.92Jones, StephenA general pronouncing and explanatory dictionary of the English language for the use of schools, foreigners learning English, &c. ...Dictionaries37523ocn728233444file17580.70Sheridan, ThomasCaptain O'Blunder or, The brave Irishman. : A farce. As acted at the Theatres in London, Dublin, and Edinburgh. Written by Mr. Sheridan36621ocn642725826book17840.77Sheridan, ThomasThe life of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin. By Thomas Sheridan, A.MBiography34221ocn083492819file17490.74Sheridan, ThomasA plan of education for the young nobility and gentry of Great Britain Most humbly addressed to the father of his people. By Thomas Sheridan, A.MHistory29520ocn190794413file17590.70Sheridan, ThomasA discourse delivered in the Theatre at Oxford, in the senate-house at Cambridge, and at Spring-Garden in London. By Thomas Sheridan, M.A. Being introductory to his course of lectures on elocution and the English language+-+61865295952784ocn642487579file17570.70Sheridan, ThomasAn oration Pronounced before a numerous body of the nobility and gentry, assembled at the Musick-Hall in Fishamble-Street, on Tuesday the 6th of this instant December, And now first Published at their unanimous Desire. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M27213ocn187301089file17500.74Sheridan, ThomasA state of the case in regard to the point in dispute between Mr. Mosse and Mr. Sheridan26826ocn507945708file17610.74Sheridan, ThomasA dissertation on the causes of the difficulties, which occur, in learning the English tongue. With a scheme for publishing an English grammar and dictionary, upon a plan entirely new. The object of which shall be, to facilitate the attainment of the English tongue, and establish a perpetual standard of pronunciation. Addressed to a certain noble lord26025ocn536301179file17750.70Sheridan, ThomasLectures on the art of reading24413ocn186512418file17550.74Sheridan, ThomasThe brave Irishman A farce. As acted at the Theatre in Edinburgh22719ocn642715819file17800.79Sheridan, ThomasA general dictionary of the English language. One main object of which, is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. To which is prefixed a rhetorical grammar. By Thomas Sheridan, A.MDictionaries6703ocn000336375book19670.59Sheldon, Esther KThomas Sheridan of Smock-Alley; recording his life as actor and theater manager in both Dublin and London, and including a Smock-Alley calendar for the years of his managementHistoryBiography1972ocn000596527book19720.86Benzie, WilliamThe Dublin orator: Thomas Sheridan's influence on eighteenth century rhetoric and belles lettresHistory1845ocn642246969file17950.74Whyte, SPoems on various subjects ornamented with plates, and illustrated with notes, original letters and curious incidental anecdotes. In the course of which the pretended miracles of Vespasian are examined and detected. By Samuel Whyte1733ocn508129750file17580.70Shea, PA full vindication of Thomas Sheridan, Esq; being an answer to a scurrilous pamphlet, intitled, The case of the stageHistory1493ocn649827243book20110.88Brunström, ConradThomas Sheridan's career and influence : an actor in earnestHistoryBiographyThis book considers the varied careers of controversial Irish adventurer Thomas Sheridan (1719-1788) in terms of a continuum of phonocentrist obsession. Variously employed as an actor-manager, elocutionist, lecturer and educational theorist, Sheridan believed that the key to Irish national renewal and European cultural revival was the cultivation of the spoken word. His stewardship of the Smock Alley Theater in Dublin was marked by considerable innovation along with bitter controversy. His lectures on oratory provoked admiration and ridicule in roughly equal measure, yet he would have a profou+-+33853966161399ocn642246960file18000.79Whyte, SMiscellanea Nova Containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson; with considerable additions, and some new anecdotes of that extraordinary character: A critique on Brger's Leonora; in which she is clearly proved of English extraction; and an introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public, in two parts. A new edition. By S. Whyte, and his son, E.-A. WhyteBiography993ocn509761179file17540.66E-h-n, ThomasA friendly letter from Thomas E-h-n, gent. to Thomas S---d--n, Esq971ocn001046041book19740.88Whyte, SMiscellanea nova (1800)885ocn745249260file17580.79An enquiry into the plan and pretensions of Mr. Sheridan824ocn745249664file17840.77An examen of Mr. Sheridan's plan for the improvement of education in this country. By a set of gentlemen associated for that purpose742ocn642169544file17540.74The sighs and groans of Mr. Sh-------n with a full account of a comical farce that was acted last Saturday night at the theatre in Smock-Alley, and the Occasion thereof. Also, an account of the manager's rude behaviour to the audience at the play of Mahomet732ocn642246965file17990.63Whyte, E.-AA miscellany, containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson; with Considerable Additions, and some New Anecdotes of that Extraordinary Character: a critique on Bürger's Leonora; in which she is Clearly Proved of English Extraction, from an Old Ballad Still Extant; Consequently, in its German Dress, the Subject is Neither New Nor Original; and an introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public, in Two Parts. By S. Whyte, and his son, E. - A. Whyte133ocn006207383book17990.97Whyte, SA miscellany : containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson, with considerable additions, and some new anecdotes of that extraordinary character ; A critique on Bürger's Leonora, in which she is clearly proved of English extraction ... and an introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public, in two parts92ocn630877694file18010.88Whyte, SMiscellanea nova ... E.A. White, containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson; with considerable additions, and some new anecdotes of that extraordinary character; a critique on Bürger's Leonora; in which she is clearly proved of English extraction; and an introductory essasy on the art of reading and speaking in public, in two parts94ocn004580262book18000.82Whyte, SMiscellanea nova containing ... Remarks on Boswell's Johnson; ... a Critique on Burger's Leonora; ... and An introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public ... A new edition. By S. Whyte, and his son, E.-A. WhyteCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography81ocn011872548book17790.70MONOPOLYTheatrical monopoly: Being an address to the public on the present alarming coalition of the managers of the Winter Theatres83ocn019505156book17990.96Whyte, SA miscellany, containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson with considerable additions, ami some new anecdotes of that extraordinary character: A critique on Burger's Leonora; in which she is clearly proved of English extraction ... and an introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public71ocn014546890book17900.79Sheridan, ThomasA complete dictionary of the English language both with regard to sound and meaning : one main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. : To which is prefixed, a prosodial grammar.Dictionaries63ocn018938379mix19510.96Harper, Richard DavisThe rhetorical theory of Thomas Sheridan42ocn740844879file17580.47A full vindication of Thomas Sheridan, Esq; being an answer to a scurrilous pamphlet, intitled, The case of the stageHistory+-+6186529595+-+6186529595Thu Oct 16 15:04:45 EDT 2014batch42391