Author:Charles Johnson (1679-1748)
For authors with similar names, see Author:Charles Johnson.
- Marlborough; on the Late Glorious Victory Near Hochstet in Germany (1704)
- The Queen; a Pindaric Ode (1705)
- Love and Liberty (1709)
- The Force of Friendship (1710)
- The Generous Husband (1711)
- The Wife's Relief (1711)
- The Successful Pyrate (1712)
- The Victim (1714)
- The Country Lasses (1715)
- The Cobler of Preston (1716)
- The Sultaness (1717)
- The Masquerade (1719)
- Love in a Forest (1723)
- The Female Fortune Teller (1726)
- The Village Opera (1729)
- Medea (1730)
- Caelia (1732)
Works about JohnsonEdit
- "Johnson, Charles (1679-1748)," in Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, London: Smith, Elder, & Co. (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
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