The Complete Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan

A request to all readers: I have tried to catch as many actual errors as I could, but I am sure others exist. If you notice an error, please let me know, identifying by act and paragraph where the mistake occurs. David Reed or THE 14 GILBERT AND SULLIVAN PLAYS William S. Gilbert

The Bab Ballads by W. S. Gilbert

Transcribed by David Price, email THE BAB BALLADS Contents: Captain Reece The Rival Curates Only A Dancing Girl General John To A Little Maid–By A Policeman John And Freddy Sir Guy The Crusader Haunted The Bishop And The ‘Busman The Troubadour Ferdinando And Elvira; Or, The Gentle Pieman Lorenzo De Lardy Disillusioned–By An Ex-Enthusiast

Songs of a Savoyard by W. S. Gilbert

Songs of a Savoyard by W. S. Gilbert Scanned and proofed by David Price, email Songs of a Savoyard Contents: The Darned Mounseer The Englishman The Disagreeable Man The Coming By-And-By The Highly Respectable Gondolier The Fairy Queen’s Song Is Life A Boon The Modern Major-General The Heavy Dragoon Proper Pride The Policeman’s Lot

More Bab Ballads by W. S. Gilbert

Transcribed by David Price, email MORE BAB BALLADS Contents: Mister William The Bumboat Woman’s Story The Two Ogres Little Oliver Pasha Bailey Ben Lieutenant-Colonel Flare Lost Mr. Blake The Baby’s Vengeance The Captain And The Mermaids Annie Protheroe. A Legend of Stratford-Le-Bow An Unfortunate Likeness Gregory Parable, LL.D. The King Of Canoodle-Dum First Love

Fifty Bab Ballads by William S. Gilbert

Transcribed from the 1884 and 1891 George Routledge and Sons editions by David Price, email FIFTY “BAB” BALLADS–MUCH SOUND AND LITTLE SENSE PREFACE. The “BAB BALLADS” appeared originally in the columns of “FUN,” when that periodical was under the editorship of the late TOM HOOD. They were subsequently republished in two volumes, one called