Tunbridge-Walks: or, the yeoman of Kent

A comedy. By the author of the Humour o" the age.
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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7901, no. 06.
The Physical Object
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Pagination66,[2]p.
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Open LibraryOL16809147M

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Tunbridge-Walks: or, The yeoman of Kent: a comedy.: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Her Majesty's The yeoman of Kent book. [Thomas Baker; Bernard Lintot]. 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.

NOTE: The following extracts from Thomas Baker’s play Tunbridge-Walks: or, The Yeoman of Kent (), illustrate the transition from the fop of seventeenth-century the yeoman of Kent book to what appears to be a full-fledged molly, or effeminate homosexual.

A major point of the play is to set up the opposing categories of masculinity and effeminacy, of which the major exemplars are respectively the. TUNBRIDGE-WALKS: OR, THE Yeoman of Kent.

ACT I. SCENE I. A Common Room in a Lodging-House. Reynard and Loveworth meeting. [] Loveworth.

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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,'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.

Inchbald. 'An Act at Oxford,' Tunbridge-Walks: or, The yeoman of Kent. A comedy (). by Thomas BAKER (Dramatist.) cringing Parafite, flatters ev'ry Body, buys of ev'ry Body, and pays no Body The Knave of Diamonds borrows other People's Wit, and begs other People's Estates –The Knave of Spades is a Court-Rake, fcoures the Streets, breaks Windows.

"King John and the Bishop" is an English folk-song dating back at least [clarification needed] to the 16th century. It is catalogued in Child Ballads as number 45 and Roud Folk Song Index It tells how King John, covetous of the bishop of Canterbury's wealth, compels him on pain of death to answer three impossible questions.

Jan 29,  · 2. 'Tunbridge Walks, or the Yeoman of Kent,' 4to,played 27 Jan. 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. Dec 21,  · Politics, Patriotism, and Gender: The Standing Army Debate on the English Stage, circa – - Volume 50 Issue 1 - Hannah SmithCited by: 4. Oct 18,  · 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.

Tunbridge Walks or the Yeoman of Kent, act I, sc. Not as pretty as ABBYY FineReader, but not at all bad. (I did clean it up a bit.). Tunbridge-Walks: or, the yeoman of Kent Baker, Thomas Read.

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Richard Sir, 1 book Jean Le Clerc, 1 book Abraham de Wicquefort, 1 book Killigrew Mr., 1 book John Lawrence, 1 book. Historical Books about the Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Ashdown Forest East Hoathly Hartfield Leigh Tonbridge. Brasted Edenbridge Hawkhurst Little Horsted Tunbridge Wells.

Burwash Eridge Heathfield Maresfield Uckfield. Buxted Fletching Hellingly Mayfield Wadhurst. Chevening Forest Row Herstmonceux Penshurst Waldron. Chiddingly Framfield Hever. 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.

Tunbridge Walks or the Yeoman of Kent, act I, sc. Not as pretty as ABBYY FineReader, but not at all bad. (I did clean it up a bit.).

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Fourteen pages of introductory material, 64 pages of text; pages 36, 62, 63 misnumbered 39, 93, 62 respectively; catch words do not match between page 41 and page Scope and Contents note.

Title Page: Tunbridge-Walks: or, The Yeoman of Kent: A Comedy. As it is Acted at the theatre Royal By Her Majesty's servants. Bid Live at Bonhams's Fine Books, Manuscripts, Atlases & Historical Photographs auction.

Following Moore's Coda, the useful list of "Works Cited " includes 18 comprehensive pages of mixed primary and secondary resources, ranging--among the former-- from Thomas Baker's Tunbridge-Walks; Or, the Yeoman of Kent () to William Whitehead's An Hymn to the Nymph of Bristol Spring () and among the latter from Hans Aarsleff's.

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The Book Collection has two volumes formerly belonging to the library of David Garrick – Oeuvres de M. de Voltaire () and Aphra Behn’s Love-letters between a Tunbridge Walks: or the Yeoman of Kent. London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Middle Temple-Gate, Fleet Street, Container Beaumont, Francis, John Fletcher and.

(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. 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. The Thomas Pennant Barton Collection is acknowledged as one of the largest and most comprehensive collections in a public institution focusing on the writings of William Shakespeare and his contemporaries. The collection was the first in the United States to include the first four folios of the.

Full text of "Pelton's Illustrated Guide to Tunbridge Wells" See other formats. Books Printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys, Between the Temple-Gates in Fleet-Street.

(Paperback) de Bernard Lintot y una gran selección de libros, arte. Promptbooks, Baker, Thomas. 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]. Mar 05,  · Between andwhen the London stage was in transition from the bawdyness of Restoration comedy to a new sentimental and moralistic style, four of his plays were performed in London: The Humour of the Age,Tunbridge-Walks,An Act at Oxford,revised as Hampstead Heath,The Fine Lady’s Airs.

Mar 12,  · Baker was said to have been educated at Oxford. Between andwhen the London stage was in transition from the bawdyness of Restoration comedy to a new sentimental and moralistic style, four of his plays were performed in London: The Humour of the Age,Tunbridge-Walks,An Act at Oxford,revised as Hampstead Heath,The Fine Lady’s Airs, Thomas Baker's play "Tunbridge-Walks; or, The Yeoman of Kent" () contains the ballad, but only the opening verses.

This appearance may have been the inspiration for the tune being used on stage several times over the next 50 years, with different words.'Old MacDonald Had a Farm' is an immensely successful popular song. In this essay I explore the life of this song from its earliest known version as performed on the English stage in the early eighteenth century, its development as a vaudeville and blackface minstrel song in the nineteenth century, its place in oral tradition, commercial recordings of the song in the s and later, and its.