3 edition of The boarding-school: or, The sham captain found in the catalog.
The boarding-school: or, The sham captain
|Other titles||Sham captain., Boarding school romps.|
|Statement||Written by the author of The beggar"s wedding, and The devil to pay. With the musick prefix"d to each song.|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|Contributions||D"Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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An opera. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by the The beggar's wedding, and The devil to pay.
[Charles Coffey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Produced also under title: Boarding school romps. Title vignette (printer's device); head-pieces, factotum initial.
Signatures: [A]-E⁴, F². Unbound, in cloth case. Description: 44 pages music 20 cm (8vo in 4s) Other Titles: Sham captain Boarding school romps: Responsibility: Written by the author of The beggar's wedding, and the devil to pay.
The boarding-school: or, The sham captain. [Ressource électronique]: An opera. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's The boarding-school: or. Written by the author of The beggar's wedding, and the devil to pay / Coffey, Charles.
Get this from a library. The boarding-school, or, The sham captain: an opera: with the musick prefix'd to each song. [Charles Coffey; Thomas D'Urfey;]. Clavell, Robert, A catalogue of books printed in England since the dreadful fire of London in to the end of Michaelmas Term, () Coffey, Charles, The boarding-school, or, the sham captain Cited by: 1.
Captain Julio Sham is a V.F.D. disguise used by Count Olaf in The Wide Window, the third book in A Series of Unfortunate Events. With the disguise, he was able to woo Aunt Josephine at a local grocery store in the town of Lake Lachrymose when Violet, Klaus, and Sunny were staying with her at her home.
Josephine was especially convinced because he had a business card that said "Captain Sham Alias: JS. Books shelved as boarding-school-romance: Redemption by K. Walker, Pariah by K. Walker, Sparrowood Academy: Book 3 by Angel Lawson, Bully Me by Selena, a.
The captain's name was Peter Warner. Bregman found the man who rescued six lost boys 50 years ago, in Mackay, Queensland. The former sea captain. Shame is Salman Rushdie's third novel, published in This book was written out of a desire to approach the problem of "artificial" (other-made) country divisions, their residents' complicity, and the problems of post-colonialism, when Pakistan was created to separate the Muslims from the Hindus, when England gave up control of "India" Author: Salman Rushdie.
Though similar to The Fog (which is also in my favourites list), the book is nevertheless different in many ways. I loved the idea of an evil, almost tangible and living, dark force that is unleashed by the mass killings in the house in Willow Road, and the way it. SELECT d, ate, tC, eId, manceId, manceOrder,manceTitle, tP, Listed, edComment.
School of hard knocks: the dark underside to boarding school books Violence, cruelty and sexual confusion are as much a part of boarding school literature as. The Boarding-School, or The Sham Captain (ballad opera based on Thomas d'Urfey's Love for Money, or, The Boarding-School) () The Merry Cobler, or The Second Part of The Devil to Pay (ballad opera) () The Devil Upon Two Sticks, or The Country Beau (ballad opera) () Bibliography.
'The Boarding School, or the Sham Captain,' a ballad farce in two acts, 8vo,called in Genest 'Boarding School Romps,' was played at Drury Lane 29 Jan.
It is taken from D'Urfey's 'Love for Money, or the Boarding School.'. `Da Bull" has the United Center crowd all zizzed up tonight with his trampoline bit, taking his skyward jumps well into the foot range. Wearing a Author: Jim Mueller. Once Captain Sham was dead, Olaf did the most evil thing and stole his identity, thus fooling nearly everyone including the authorities that he was Captain Sham.
Trivia. Sham, as in Captain Sham, means a phoney disguise or a fake identity, thus proving Count Olaf's disguise was fake. For the real Sham, it could simply mean he was a secret : Captain Sham.
The Wide Window is the third novel of the children's book series A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony this novel, the Baudelaire orphans live with their aunt Josephine, who is seemingly scared of everything.
The book was published on February 25th, Author: Lemony Snicket (pen name of Daniel Handler). Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events () Neil Patrick Harris has found his 'dark, creepy dream gig' -- Count Olaf - Duration: Los Angeles Times 7, views.
The children's novel series A Series of Unfortunate Events features a large cast of characters created by Daniel Handler under the pen name of Lemony series follows the turbulent lives of the Baudelaire orphans after their parents, Bertrand and Beatrice, are killed in an arsonous structure fire and their multiple escapes from their murderous supposed distant relative Count Olaf First appearance: The Miserable Mill.
Other copies will be found in Tlie Beggars' Opera, third edit., ; Tlie Village Opera, ; Penelope, ; The Fashionable Lady, ; The Lover Ms own Rival, ; The Boarding-School, or The Sham Captain, ; The Devil to pay, ; Tlie Oxford Act; Tlie Sturdy Beggars ; Love and Revenge; The Jew decoy'd; &c.Sunny also is a tiller mover here.
Towards the end of the book, she bites Captain Sham's fake peg leg to prove that he is really Count Olaf. The Miserable Mill. Sunny and her siblings are then sent to work at Lucky Smells Lumbermill, Paltryville.
The workers at the lumbermill only get gum for lunch so Sunny bites pieces of wood, pretending that Full Name: Sunny Baudelaire.Finding Aid to 17th, 18th and 19th Century British Plays at the North Jersey History and Genealogy Center, 2 linear feet in 3 book boxes.
Scope and Content Note This collection contains 43 plays from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.