Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
(fo.iv) prefatory notes; (fo. 17v) text. Incomplete at end. The play is apparently unprinted.
Manuscript of a play in autograph. (p. i) prefatory note; (p. iia) extract from Glasgow Evening Times; (p. ii) copy of editorial from Daily News, 22 Sep. 1893; (p. 8) further prefatory matter; (p. 11) text. The play is apparently unprinted.
Includes drafts of plays, journals of travels in the United Kingdom, diaries, notes on Great Gransden, correspondence and notes.
A prose translation into English of Plautus's play Pseudolus by J.S. Reid, 265 folios: (fo. 3) title-page; (fo. 4) translation; (fo. 82) notes. The text is written on the recto only, with notes written on the recto of alternate leaves.
Includes an appendix and a typescript of chapters from the same work.
A burlesque in one act. Stage directions in a second hand.
52 folios. The book begins with poems, including 'Quaestio Henrici Hubbard 1733' (fo. 26) and 'Upon Bob Leak' (fos 27-28). On fos 32-48 is 'The Manners of ye Age in 13 Moral Satirs. Lond: 1733', presumably a copy of the printed work of this title. On fos 49-52, entered from the other end of the book, are extracts from Vanbrugh's plays headed 'The Cream of Poetry'.