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rican Slaves,’ comic opera, 1792. 9. ‘Siege of Perth,’ interlude, Perth, 1792. 10. ‘Siege of Berwick.’ 11. ‘Scottish Volunteers,’ musical farce, Paisley, 1795. 12. ‘Old England for ever,’ Bristol, 1799. 13. ‘Humours of the Times,’ comic opera, 1799; reprint of ‘What News from Bantry Bay?’ 14. ‘Negro Slaves,’ dramatic piece, one act, 1799, original of ‘Blackman and Blackbird,’ performed at the Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge. 15. ‘Negro Slaves, or Blackman and Blackbird,’ altered and enlarged. 16. ‘Soldier's Widow, or the Happy Relief,’ musical entertainment, 1800. 17. ‘Monopoliser outwitted,’ musical entertainment, 1800. 18. ‘Chance of War, or the Villain reclaimed,’ musical drama, 1801. 19. ‘Fashion, or the World as it goes,’ musical entertainment, 1802. 20. ‘First of April, or the Fool's Errand,’ musical entertainment, 1802. 21. ‘Lottery Chance, or the Drunkard reclaimed,’ musical drama, 1803. 22. ‘Britons to Arms, or the Consul in England,’ musical drama, 1803. 23. ‘Saw ye Bony coming?’ musical drama, 1804. 24. ‘The Coronation,’ musical entertainment, 1804. 25. ‘A Touch at the Times,’ two editions, 1805. 26. ‘The Old Roscius, or the World of Novelty,’ burlesque interlude for cold weather, and ‘A Soldier and a Sailor,’ musical farce, 1805, reprint, with alterations, of ‘The Soldier's Widow.’ 27. ‘The Days we Live in: a Tale of 1805,’ dramatic piece, 1805. 28. ‘Highland Drover,’ musical farce, with alterations and additions, 1805. 29. ‘Dish of All Sorts,’ 1806. 30. ‘Kenneth, King of Scots, or the Female Archers,’ a revised version of No. 18, 1807. 31. ‘A Wife to be Sold,’ musical farce, and ‘The Slaves,’ dramatic piece, 1807. 32. ‘British Carpenter, or the Irishman in France,’ musical entertainment, with alterations and additions, 1808. 33. ‘How to grow Wise, or Folly exposed,’ dramatic piece, 1808. 34. ‘Bessy Bell and Mary Gray, or Love in the Highlands,’ musical drama, with alterations and additions, 1808. 35. ‘London out of Town, or the Family Geniuses,’ farce, 1809. 36. ‘Private Theatre, or the Highland Funeral,’ musical drama, 1809. 37. ‘Whimsicality, or Great News from France,’ musical farce, 1810. 38. ‘Empress and no Empress, or Mr. Bony's Wedding,’ farce, 1810. 39. ‘The Elopement, or a Caution to Young Ladies,’ dramatic piece, to which is added ‘The Duellists,’ 1811. 40. ‘Spite and Malice, or a Laughable Accident,’ dramatic sketch, and ‘An humble Attempt to Convert the “Gentle Shepherd” into English Prose,’ 1811. 41. ‘Paddy Bull, or a Cure for the Gout,’ dramatic piece, 1811. 42. ‘Tricks of London,’ dramatic piece, 1811; reprinted 1812, under the title of ‘The Ways of London, or Honesty the best Policy.’ 43. ‘The Swindlers, or Diamond cut Diamond,’ dramatic piece, with ‘Coll and Rotha,’ a poem, 1812. 44. ‘Irish Girl, or Cossack and no Cossack,’ dramatic piece, 1813. 45. ‘Resource of War, or a most excellent Story,’ dramatic piece, 1813. 46. ‘Good News! Good News!’ dramatic piece, and ‘Mr. Boney's Reception in Paris,’ 1814. 47. ‘Forget and Forgive,’ dramatic piece, 1814. 48. ‘Mr. Napie's Reception in Elba,’ 1814. 49. ‘The Last Shift, or the Prisoners released,’ dramatic piece, 1814. 50. ‘Retaliation, or an Hour and a Half in Paris,’ musical entertainment, 1815. 51. ‘Man in the Moon, or Tumble down Nap,’ dramatic piece, 1815. 52. ‘Highland Chiefs,’ musical drama (also under the title of ‘Maid of Lorn,’ musical drama), 1815. 53. ‘The Deceiver,’ dramatic piece, 1816. 54. ‘The Man Trap, or a Scene in Germany,’ dramatic piece, 1816. 55. ‘Coup de Main, or Love and War in Yankyland,’ revised version of No. 2, 1816. 56. ‘The Debating Club,’ dramatic piece, 1816. 57. ‘Second Sight, or the Force of Superstition,’ dramatic piece, 1817. 58. ‘Highland Robbers, or Such things were,’ dramatic piece, and ‘Health to the Rich and Work to the Poor,’ interlude, 1817. 59. ‘Live and Hope; or the Emigrant prevented,’ musical entertainment, 1817. 60. ‘Siege of Berwick,’ musical drama, 1818. 61. ‘Oliver Cromwell, or the Scotch Regalia,’ dramatic piece, and ‘Imitation Tea, or Death in Disguise,’ 1818. 62. ‘Battle of the Dandies, or the Half-way House,’ dramatic piece, 1818. 63. ‘Wallace the Brave, or the Siege of Perth,’ dramatic piece, 1819. 64. ‘Highland Wedding,’ interlude, and ‘Highland Funeral,’ farce, 1819. 65. ‘Filial Duty, or the Maid of Oban,’ dramatic piece, 1819. 66. ‘Masquerade, or Folly exposed,’ satirical interlude, with ‘Die or Dance’ and ‘Coll and Rotha,’ 1820. 67. ‘Females Beware! or the Ingenious Footman,’ dramatic piece, 1820. 68. ‘Isle of Mull, or the Lady on the Rock,’ dramatic piece, 1820. 69. ‘Dead and not Dead,’ interlude, and ‘A Peep at the Coronation,’ dramatic piece, 1821. 70. ‘Unfortunate Youth, or Bear the worst and hope for better,’ dramatic piece, 1821. 71. ‘Juvenile Friendship, or Ancient Animosities,’ dramatic piece, 1822. 72. ‘All the World's a Fair, or a Merry Day at Greenwich,’ a farce, 1822. 73. ‘Royal Visit, or All alive in Auld Reekie,’ interlude, 1822. 74. ‘New Marriage Act, or Look before you Leap,’ dramatic piece, 1822. 75. ‘The Three Wishes, or a King's Frolic,’ farce, 1823. 76. ‘Credulity, or the Force of Superstition,’ farce, and ‘A Chip of the Old Block, or the Pirates repulsed,’ interlude, 1823 (alteration of