Samuel James Arnold

Samuel James Arnold (1774–1852) was an English dramatist and theatrical manager. Under his management the Lyceum Theatre, London became the English Opera House, and staged the first English productions of many operas, including in 1824 Carl Maria von Weber's ''Der Freischütz''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1783
To be had of the author in Great Pulteney, Street, and at the music shops where may be had all the above authors works

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1797
printed for and under the direction of G. Cawthorn, British Library, Strand

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1794
Sold [by J. Evans] at no. 42, Long Lane

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1796
printed by C. Whittingham; for C. Law, Stationers' Court; Hookham, Bond Street; and Bell, Oxford Road

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1794
printed for Geo. Goulding, NO. 6, James-Street, Covent-Garden

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1795
printed for T. Cadell, and W. Davies, Strand

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by Arnold, Samuel James
Published 1794
Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, (successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand