Author: Fielding, Henry [ All ]

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A proposal for making an effectual provision for the poor, for amending their morals, and for rendering them useful members of the society. To which is added, a plan of the buildings proposed [etc.] 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1753 
Amelia / Henry Fielding; edited by Linda Bree 
Year: 2010 
Amelia. By Henry Fielding. In Three Volumes. 
Year: 1775 
Fairburn's complete edition of Tom Thumb, a burlesque tragedy, as performed at the Theatres Royal Hay-Market and Covent Garden. Originally written by Henry Fielding, Esq. [etc.] 
Year: 1810 
Familiar letters between the principal characters in David Simple, and some others. To which is added, a vision. By the author of David Simple. In two volumes. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1747 
Pasquin. A dramatick satire on the times: being the rehearsal of two plays, viz. a comedy callíd, The election; and a tragedy callíd, The life and death of common-Sense. As it is acted at the theatre in the Hay-Market / by Henry Fielding, Esq. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1736 
The Author's Farce (Original Version). Edited by Charles B. Woods. 
Year: 1966 
The correspondence of Henry and Sarah Fielding / edited by Martin C. Battestin and Clive T. Probyn 
Year: 1993 
The Intriguing chambermaid. A comedy. in two acts. Written by Henry Fielding, Esq. Taken from the manager's book, at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. 
Year: 1775 
Call No: 822.6 CAP 
The works of Henry Fielding, Esq; with The life of the author. In twelve volumes. 
Edition: The third edition. 
Year: 1766