by Printed for D. Brown ... and T. Benskin ... and H. Rhodes in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||The city heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-All, The city-heiress, Sir Timothy Treat-All, Sir Timothy Treat All|
|Statement||written by Mrs. A. Behn|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830|
|Contributions||Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627., Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 61 p|
|Number of Pages||61|
It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, newspapers, sound recordings, patents, maps, stamps, Title: The City-Heiress: or, Sir Timothy Treat-all. A her: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom/5. The City Heiress: or, Sir Timothy Treat-All (Paperback) Published July 5th by Independently Published Paperback, 92 pages. The city-heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-all a comedy: as it is acted at His Royal Highness his theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn. Behn, Aphra, , Middleton, Thomas, d. Mad world, my masters., Massinger, Philip, ACT I. Scene 1. The Street Enter Sir Timothy Treat−all, follow’d by Tom Wilding, bare, Sir Charles Meriwill, Foppington, and Footman with a Cloke.. Sir Timothy Treat−all. Trouble me no more: for I am resolv’d, deaf and obdurate, d’ye see, and so forth. Tom Wilding.
Sir Timothy Treat−all. Hold, I beseech you, Gentlemen, not so loud; for there is a Lord, a most considerable Person, and a Stranger, honours my House to night; I wou’d not for the world his Lordship shou’d be disturb’d. Tom Wilding. Take no care for him, he’s fast bound and all his Retinue. Sir Timothy Treat−all. Sir Timothy Treat−all Alas, I have try’d all ways, fair and foul; nay, had settled t’other Day my whole Estate upon him, and just as I had sign’d the Writings, out comes me a damn’d Libel, call’d, A Warning to all good Christians against the City−Magistrates ; and I . Massinger, Philip, The city-heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-all a comedy: as it is acted at His Royal Highness his theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn. (London: Printed for D. Brown and T. Benskin and H. Rhodes , ), also by Aphra Behn and Thomas Middleton (HTML at EEBO TCP). The City Heiress is a play by Aphra Behn produced in The play conforms to the general rules of Restoration comedy, but it also keeps Behn's own highly Royalist political point of view. The play concerns the "seditious knight" Sir Timothy Treat-all and his Tory nephew Tom Wilding both vying for the affections of Charlot, the eponymous city (London) heiress.5/5(1).
The city-heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-all a comedy: as it is acted at His Royal Highness his theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn. By Aphra Behn, my masters. d. Mad world Thomas Middleton and Guardian. Philip Massinger. Abstract. The City Heiress, Or, Sir Timothy Treat All The Court of the King of Bantam The Dumb Virgin, Or, the Force of Imagination The Dutch Lover The Emperor of the Moon The Fair Jilt, or, the Amours of Prince Tarquin and Miranda The False Count The Feign'd Curtezans, Or, a Night's IntriguePrice: $ The city-heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-All [microform]: a comedy / written by Mrs. A. Behn Printed for D. Brown and T. Benskin and H. Rhodes London Australian/Harvard Citation Behn, Aphra. The play concerns the ‘seditious Knight’, Sir Timothy Treat-all, and his nephew Tom Wilding, who both vye for the affections of Charlot, the eponymous city (London) heiress. pages, with a reading time of ~ hours (30, words), and first published in Released on: Ap