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Tunbridge-walks; or, The yeoman of Kent
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Vindicius Liberius: or M. Toland's defence of himself, against the late Lower house of convocation, and others ; wherein (besides his letters to the prolocutor) certain passages of the book, intitul'd Christianity not mysterious, are explain'd, and others corrected works of Monsieur de Moliere. In six volumes. This electronic edition of Thomas Baker’s Tunbridge Walks; or, The Yeoman of Kent is the project of a collaborative graduate seminar at the University of Saskatchewan. The base text for our edition is the British Library’s copy of the first edition, the only edition for which Baker is likely to have had any contact with the printer.
Tunbridge-Walks was the most successful, and also the least bawdy. In the Encyclopedia Britannica and the Biographia Dramatica, David Baker (not known to be a relative) was of the opinion that Baker had in Tunbridge-Walks written the molly character, Maiden, based on himself, intending to place his own failings in a ridiculous. Volume 9 The Genuine History of Mrs. Sarah Prydden, Usually Called, Sally Salisbury, and Her Gallants (); Memoirs of Fanny Hill (); Engravings for Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, by Hubert-Francois Gravelot () Volume 10 Tunbridge-Walks: or, The Yeoman of Kent (); The Women-Hater's Lamentation (); The He-Strumpets: A Satyr on.
Tunbridge-Walks, or, The yeoman of Kent: a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Her Majesty's Servants [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] Baker, Thomas, active ,Lintot, Bernard, bookseller,Barton, Thomas Pennant, , former owner,Smith, John . (BAKER, Thomas) Tunbridge-Walks: or, The yeoman of Kent. A comedy. By the Author of the Humour o' the age. 12mo. Printed for Bernard Lintot; and sold by W. .
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Tunbridge-Walks: or, The yeoman of Kent: The yeoman of Kent book comedy.: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Her Majesty's Servants. [Thomas Baker; Bernard Lintot]. Tunbridge-Walks, or, The yeoman of Kent: a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Her Majesty's Servants by Baker, Thomas, active ; Lintot, Bernard, bookseller; Barton, Thomas Pennant,former owner; Smith, John Russell,bookseller.
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Free shipping for many products. In Baker’s next endeavour—Tunbridge-Walks, or The Yeoman of Kent, which premiered in January of —he seems to have come closest to mollifying the uncertain humour of theatrical audiences It was the most successful of his plays, receiving regular performances up until the mid-century (ODNB, Baker).
TUNBRIDGE-WALKS: OR, THE Yeoman of Kent. ACT I. SCENE I. A Common Room in a Lodging-House. Reynard and Loveworth meeting.  Loveworth. Frank Reynard.  Reynard. Ned Loveworth.
Slave to London, and Darling of the fair Sex, left his Mistress, his Bottle, and his Friend, to visit the Country.  Loveworth. Tunbridge-Walks: or, the Yeoman of Kent: a Comedy, FIRST EDITION, half-title, browned throughout, one or two tears and repairs, modern morocco-backed boards [ESTC T], 4to, Bernard Lintott, ; idem, another edition, engraved frontispiece, modern calf [ESTC T], 8vo, Bernard Lintot, [LEWKENOR (JOHN)] Metellus his Dialogues.
'Tunbridge Walks, or the Yeoman of Kent,'played 27 January of the same year at Drury Lane; revived at the same theatre in andand at Covent Garden inand given, in three acts, under the title of Tunbridge Wells, at the Haymarket, as late as 13 Augustby Palmer, Pursons, and Mrs.
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of the same year at Drury Lane; revived at the same theatre in andand at Covent Garden inand given, in three acts, under the title of 'Tunbridge Wells,' at the Haymarket, so late as 13 Aug. by Palmer, Parsons, and Mrs. Inchbald. Here comes old Woodcock, the Yeoman of Kent, that’s half Farmer and half Gentleman; his horses go to the plow all week, and are put into the coach o’ Sunday.
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Tunbridge Walks: or the Yeoman of Kent. London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Middle Temple-Gate, Fleet Street, Beaumont, Francis, John Fletcher and Philip Massinger.
The Royal Merchant: or, Beggars Bush [no title page]. London: Cibber, Colley and John Dryden. The Comical Lovers: A Comedy. Baker, Tunbridge-Walks.
Fourteen pages of introductory material, 64 pages of text; pa 62, 63 misnumbe 93, 62 respectively; catch words do not match between page 41 and page Title Page: Tunbridge-Walks: or, The Yeoman of Kent: A Comedy. As it is Acted at the theatre Royal By Her Majesty's servants.Volume 9 The Genuine History of Mrs.
Sarah Prydden, Usually Called, Sally Salisbury, and Her Gallants (); Memoirs of Fanny Hill (); Engravings for Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, by Hubert-Francois Gravelot () Volume 10 Tunbridge-Walks: or, The Yeoman of Kent (); The Women-Hater's Lamentation (); The He-Strumpets: A Satyr on.May Philadelphia.
Thomas Baker, Tunbridge Walks; or, The Yeoman of Kent; after-piece: Thomas Doggett, The Country Wake; or, Hob in the Well. Lewis Hallam's company. Begins: For the Benefit of / Mr. Lewis Hallam, / By a Company of Comedians from / London, / At the New Theatre, in Water-street, / This present Evening (being the.