Author:Henry James Byron

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Henry James Byron
(1835–1884)
English dramatist, editor of Fun and founder of Comic Times.

Works[edit]

Burlesque[edit]

  • A Bottle of Champagne uncorked by Horace Plastic
  • Richard Cœur de Lion (1857)
  • Bride of Abydos (n. d.)
  • Latest Edition of Lady of Lyons (1858)
  • Fra Diavolo (1858)
  • Maid and Magpie (1858)
  • Mazeppa (1858)
  • Very Latest Edition of Lady of Lyons (1859)
  • Babes in the Wood (1859)
  • Nymph of Lurleyburg (1859)
  • Jack the Giant-Killer (1860)
  • The Miller and his Men (1860), written with Francis Talfourd
  • Pilgrim of Love (1860)
  • Robinson Crusoe (1860)
  • Blue Beard (1860)
  • Cinderella (1861)
  • Aladdin (1861)
  • Esmeralda (1861)
  • Miss Eily O'Connor (1861)
  • Puss in a New Pair of Boots (1862)
  • Rosebud of Stinging-nettle Farm (1862)
  • George de Barnwell (1862)
  • Ivanhoe (1862)
  • Beautiful Haidée (1863)
  • Ali Baba (1863)
  • Ill-treated Il Trovatore (1863)
  • The Motto (1863)
  • Lady Belle-belle (1863)
  • Orpheus and Eurydice (1863)
  • Mazourka (1864)
  • Princess Springtime (1864)
  • Grin Bushes (1864)
  • Pan (1865)
  • La Sonnambula (1865)
  • Lucia di Lammermoor (1865)
  • Little Don Giovanni (1865)
  • Der Freischutz (1866)
  • Pandora's Box (1866)
  • William Tell (1867)
  • Lucrezia Borgia, M.D. (1868)
  • Robinson Crusoe (1868)
  • Corsican Brothers (1869)
  • Yellow Dwarf (1869)
  • Lord Bateman (1869)
  • Whittington (1869)
  • Robert Macaire (1870)
  • Enchanted Wood (1870)
  • Orange Tree and the Humble Bee (1871)
  • Not if I know it (1871)
  • Giselle (1871)
  • Camaralzaman (1871)
  • Blue Beard (1871)
  • Lady of the Lake (1872)
  • Don Juan (1873)
  • Normandy Pippins (1874)
  • Robinson Crusoe (1874)
  • Little Don Cæsar de Bazan (1876)
  • Little Doctor Faust (1877)
  • Bohemian Gyurl (1877), second version
  • Forty Thieves (1878), co-authored with Francis Cowley Burnand, William Schwenck Gilbert, and Robert Reece
  • La Sonnambula (1878), second version
  • Young Fra Diavolo (1878)
  • Jack the Giant-Killer (1879)
  • Pretty Esmeralda (1879)
  • Handsome Hernani (1879)
  • Gulliver's Travels (1880)
  • Trovatore (1880)
  • Pluto (1882)
  • Villainous Squire (1882)

Farces[edit]

  • Garibaldi's Excursionists (1860)
  • Timothy to the Rescue (1864)
  • Spur of the Moment (1872)
  • Twenty Pounds a Year (1876)
  • Pampered Menials (1876)
  • Light Fantastic (1880)

Comedy[edit]

  • Old Story (1861)
  • War to the Knife (1865)
  • A Hundred Thousand Pounds (1866)
  • Cyril's Success (1868)
  • Partners for Life (1871)
  • Sour Grapes (1873)
  • Old Soldiers (1873)
  • American Lady (1874)
  • Oil and Vinegar (1874)
  • Old Sailors (1874)
  • Our Boys (1875)
  • Married in Haste (1875)
  • Weak Woman (1875)
  • Tottles (1876)
  • Bull by the Horns (1876)
  • Old Chums (1877)
  • A Fool and his Money (1878)
  • Crushed Tragedian (1878)
  • Hornet's Nest (1878)
  • Uncle (1878)
  • Courtship (1879)
  • The Girls (1879)
  • Upper Crust (1880)
  • Without a Home (1880)
  • Punch (1881)
  • New Broom (1881)
  • Fourteen Days (1882), translated from the French
  • Frolique (1882), co-authored with Henry Brougham Farnie
  • Auntie (1882)

Drama[edit]

  • Dearer than Life (1867)
  • Blow for Blow (1868)
  • Not such a Fool as he looks (1868)
  • Minnie, or Leonard's Love (1869)
  • Lost at Sea (1869), co-authored with Dion Boucicault
  • Uncle Dick's Darling (1869)
  • Prompter's Box (1870)
  • English Gentleman (1870)
  • Wait and Hope (1871)
  • Daisy Farm (1871)
  • Haunted Houses (1872)
  • Two Stars (1872), altered from the "Prompter's Box"
  • Good News (1872)
  • Mabel's Life (1872)
  • Time's Triumph (1872)
  • Fine Feathers (1873)
  • Chained to the Oar (1873)
  • Thumbscrew (1874)
  • Wrinkles (1876)
  • Widow and Wife (1876)
  • Guinea Gold (1877)
  • Conscience Money (1878)
  • Bow Bells (1880)
  • Michael Strogoff (1881), translated from the French

Opera bouffe[edit]

  • Fille de Madame Angot (1873)
  • Pretty Perfumeress (1874)
  • Demon's Bride (1874)

Novels[edit]

  • Paid in Full (1865)

Works about Byron[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.