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Full text of "Catalogue of the Barton collection, Boston public library. In two parts: part I, Shakespeare's works and Shakespeariana; part II, Miscellaneous"




BOSTON 
PUBLIC 
UBR&RY 




. 

CATALOGUE I |i/ 





OF THE 



arton Collection 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



IN TWO PARTS 



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SHAKESPEARE'S WORKS AND SHAKESPEARIANA 

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MISCELLANEOUS ,. / ^ 










PUBLISHED BY THE TRUSTEES 
1888 



PRESS OF ROCKWELL AND CHURCHILL 
BOSTON, MASS., U.S.A. 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



INTRODUCTION 



THE Barton Collection of the Boston Public Library consists mainly of 
the books collected by Mr. Thomas Pennant Barton, who was born in 
Philadelphia, in 1803, and who died at Montgomery Place, near Barrytown, on 
the Hudson, April 5th, 1869. 

A portion of the collection came from the library of his father-in-law, 
the Hon. Edward Livingston, consisting chiefly of works upon jurisprudence and 
penal law, and of American public documents and political pamphlets. 

His correspondence with booksellers shows that Mr. Barton began this 
collection as early as 1834, and that he continued adding to it till the latter 
part of 1866, when the correspondence ceases. 

Aside from the Shakespeare portion, to which Mr. Barton seems to have 
endeavored to add everything relating to Shakespeare, he evidently contented 
himself with acquiring those works which rank among the best in various 
departments of literature, without attempting to make any one branch complete. 
He also availed himself of the material gathered by others, as, for example, 
the collection of pamphlets and magazine articles bearing upon the Chatterton- 
Rowley poems, said by Malone to be the most curious and complete ever 
made, and the twenty-nine volumes, containing 300 dramatic tracts, brought 
together by Joseph Haslewood. 

The notes and memoranda in Mr. Barton's own handwriting, to be found 
in many of the volumes, show him to have been not a mere collector, but 
a lover of what his books contained. Mrs. Barton's early determination, 
therefore, that the library should be kept intact can cause no surprise. 
Indeed, no monument could have been erected that would have preserved her 
husband's memory in so enduring and beneficent a form as this library, the result 
of years of untiring labor and appreciative study. Negotiations for its purchase 
by the City of Boston at a price named by Mrs. Barton, far below its cost 
and value at the time, were begun in the year 1869, resumed in the year 1872, 
and finally completed early in the year of 1873. The particulars of these negotia- 



INTRODUCTION 

tions, and the contract finally signed, are given in the twenty-first annual report 
of the Trustees. From this it appears that the Barton library was sold to the 
Trustees for the sum of $34,000, upon condition that the collection be kept 
separate, in an apartment known as the "Barton Library"; that none of the 
books be taken from the library; that a book-plate, from a design selected by 
Mrs. Barton, be placed in each volume ; and that a catalogue of the collection 
be prepared. Within two days after the library had been delivered, Mrs. Barton 
died suddenly, at Montgomery Place, May 22, 1873. 

" This bare narration gives no idea of the generous spirit with which this 
most estimable lady carried forward every step of the contract. The library 
had been left to her by her husband's will, without condition, to do with as 
she pleased. But she knew that his ' desire had been that the labor of his 
lifetime should not be lost by the separation of his dearly prized books, and 
she determined that his wishes should be literally carried out. In doing this she 
gave to the Barton library everything in her possession which could add value 
to the collection, including the correspondence, autographs, and plates which 
would illustrate and complete it. She added a mask of Shakespeare's face, 
taken at Mr. Barton's expense from the monument at Stratford-on-Avon, and a 
statuette of Richard III., the work of Rogers." (Extract from the twenty-first 
annual report of the Trustees, 1873.) 

The collection contained 12,108 volumes. This number has been slightly 
increased by binding into volumes, pamphlets and excerpts from periodicals. The 
number of volumes given in the current annual reports, as belonging to the 
Barton library, includes subsequent purchases of editions of Shakespeare's works, 
Shakespeariana, etc., which have been placed in the same room with the original 
Barton library for safer keeping, and on account of similarity of subject. 

The collection has been very fully described by Dr. James Wynne in his 
Private libraries of New York. (New York, 1860.) An estimate of its commer- 
cial value was made by Dr. Joseph Green Cogswell and Joseph Sabin in 1870. 
Through the vicissitudes of time and the rivalry of collectors this value has 
greatly increased since the collection became a part of the Public Library of the 
City of Boston. 

The publication of the first part of the catalogue, embracing the Shakes- 
peare portion of the library, in 1880, called forth many commendatory notices. 
Among them can be cited one by Mr. Horace Howard Furness, which was printed 
as an appendix to the Thirtieth annual report of the Trustees, made in 1882; 
and another by Prof. Albert Cohn, in the Shakespeare Jahrbuch for 1880, in 
which he says : " We do not hesitate to pronounce it the best bibliographical 
guide to Shakespearian literature hitherto produced." That part was compiled by 
Mr. James Mascarene Hubbard, with the assistance of Mr. Arthur Mason Knapp. 



INTRODUCTION 

Mr. Hubbard left the service of the Public Library soon after this was printed. 
The catalogue of the Miscellaneous portion made by Mr. Knapp, with some 
assistance from the Catalogue department, was, later, put into the hands of Mr. 
Jose Francisco Carret to be revised and printed. The assistance he has received 
in this work is mentioned in the preface to second part of this catalogue. 

SAMUEL A. B. ABBOTT, 
HENRY W. HAYNES, 
WILLIAM H. WHITMORE, 
FREDERICK O. PRINCE, 
PHINEAS PIERCE. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, Nov. 28, 1888. 



CATALOGUE OF THE WORKS 



William Shakespeare 



ORIGINAL AND TRANSLATED 



TOGETHER WITH THE 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



EMBRACED IN THE 



BARTON COLLECTION 

OF THE 

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 

BY 

James Mascarene Hubbard 



Printed by Order of the Trustees 
1880 



NOTE : This Catalogue, in addition to the Barton Collection, 
contains the Shakespearian Works found in Bates Hall Library. 




PRESS or 

*ROCKWeiL 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



BARTON LIBRARY 



PART I. 



GoUtttion* 



COLLECTED WORKS. 



. 1. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Mr. Wil- 
liam Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Trage- 
dies. Published according to the True Originall 
Copies. London : Printed by Isaac laggard, and 
Ed. Blount. 1623. Portrait by Martin Droeshout 
on title-page. F G.174.1 

For the collation of the first four folios, together with the 
owners, prices, etc. of various copies, see Bonn's Lowndes, Alli- 
bone's " Dictionary of authors," "The American Bibliopolist," 
1870, and Winsor's " Bibliography of the original quartos and 
folios." Mr. Barton printed in 1860, privately, a description of 
this copy, which is the fullest printed record of the condition of 
a copy ever made. 

This copy was bought by Mr. Barton of Thomas Rodd, the 
London bookseller, in 1845, standing No. 8,127 in his catalogue 
for that year; and 110 was paid for it. Rodd received it in an 
old, but not original binding, and was careful, that, while it was 
in the binder's hands, it should neither be cut nor the ink-marks 
or other stains removed. It was simply passed through sized 
water to strengthen the paper. 

It has two cancelled leaves in " As you Like It," pp. 203 [193], 
194, 203, 194 [204], but the changes are not of textual importance. 
The genuine leaves from another copy were inserted beside them 
in binding : " So that the book now presents a singular curi- 
osity," says Rodd, " which, as I believe, exists in no other copy." 
As Lowndes had mentioned a copy belonging to James Baker 
with the same peculiarity, Mr. Barton, in a note to the printed 
account of his folio, considers it " not improbable that Mr. Ba- 
ker's copy and this may be one and the same." The view was, 
however, set aside when Mr. Lenox printed the collation of his 
copies the next year, wherein it appears that his copy, bearing 
date 1622, was the Baker copy, and the same described bv Dibdin 
curlier (without noting the peculiarity of date), as the Lichfield 
copy, "perfect and genuine, in old calf binding." As this copy 
is described as possessing the genuine leaves also (which the 
Barton copy did not have originally), it is, doubtless, the one 
owned by Mr. Lenox, though this gentleman's collation shows 
that there are in his copy four other instances of doubling the 
paavs where errors had been made in pagination. R. Grant White 
had ai'cess to the Barton copy during his work on his edition 
of Shakespeare which is dedicated to Mr. Barton ; and he char- 
acterizes it as " admirable," in his Preface. Its dimensions are 
13 i-io inches by 8 4-10. 

2. Same. [Printed by E. and J. Wright, Lon- 
don, 1807.] F G.4020.7fG.4020.9 

Mr. Barton, in a note in his catalogue, says that this reprint 
was edited by F. Douce. The paper has the water-mark Shake- 
speare, J. Whatman, 1806, 1807, and there are additional sig- 
nature numbers. Upcott says there are three hundred and 
sixty-eight errors in it (see "Notes and Queries," vii, 1853, 
p. 47), of which about forty are important (see same, third series, 
vii, 1865, p. 139). 



0.4020.9 contains only King John, Richard II, Henry IV, part 
I, 2, Winter's tale, Othello, Antony and Cleopatra, bound sep- 
arately, with the exception of the two parts of Henry iv, inter- 
leaved and with numerous manuscript notes. 

3. Same. With corrections, annotations, and 
illustrations, by John Britton. London: printed for 
Isaac Jaggard and Ed. Blount. 1623. Reprinted 
by E. and J. Wright, for Vernor and Hood. 1808. 
4 v. Interleaved. Plates. Portraits. F G.4020.8 

Contents. 1. Memoirs, commendations, portraits, poems, 
essays, etc. of, and relating to, Shakespeare. 2. Comedies. 3. 
Histories. 4. Tragedies. 

This is Vernor and Hood's reprint, interleaved, with title- 
pages printed especially for these volumes, and dated 1808, while 
the water-mark of the paper with which it is interleaved is 1813. 
There is a portrait (Stratford bust) on the title-page of vol. I, 
and vignettes on the other three. The text has been collated 
chiefly with that of the second folio, and manv notes from Dr. 
Sherwen's MSS. have been added, also 35 different portraits of 
Shakespeare, engravings of his monuments, portraits of his com- 
mentators, scenes in the dramas, costume figures of the adtors, 
etc. Vol. I contains a manuscript index to the portraits and 
illustrations in that volume, together with various prospectuses, 
title-pages, and notes of Britton's relating to an edition of Shake- 
speare's works, to be published by him. The illustrations of the 
plays are mostly taken from the e'ditions of Bell, Cawthorn, and 
Boydell. In vol. 2, p. 162, is a water-color drawing, Shakespeare 
as Shylock. 

4. Shakespeare. A reprint of his collected works 
as put forth in 1623. London : printed for L. Booth. 
1862-64. 3 v. Illustrated. Portrait. " Sm. 4 

G.166.1 ; 4595.6 

Contents. \. The comedies. 1862. 2. The histories. 1863. 
3. The tragedies. 1864. 

4595.6 is vol. i, 2 only. Neither of these copies has the prom- 
ised fac-simile of the original title-page. This reduced type- 
fac-simile of the first folio, begun in 1861, gives the page in a 
small quarto form. Each part is accompanied by a collation to 
verify what might be deemed mistakes in the reprint. 0.3950.12, 
no. 2, is the reprint of Pericles found at the end of some copies 
of this reprint, which was edited by Charles Wright. 

5. Shakespeare. The first folio edition of 1623. 
Reproduced under the immediate supervision of 
Howard Staunton. From the originals in the libra- 
ries of Bridgewater House and the British Museum, 
by photo-lithographv. London : published by Day 
and son. [1866.] F 2590.8 



I 27. 2. 78. 



16231725 



SHAKESPEARE 



Published in sixteen parts. In minor details, its accuracy 
has been questioned, as the process failed always to preserve the 
bar in the small ^'s, giving them the appearance of c , etc. The 
title is taken from the cover. 

6. The first edition of Shakespeare. The works 
of William Shakespeare in reduced facsimile from 
the famous first folio edition of 1623. With anintro- 
duction bvj. OHaU*vell-Phillipps. London: Chatto 
and Windus. 1876 [1875]. Portrait. Sm. 8 

G.85.2 

The Introduction consists of xi [7] pp. The reduction is by 
"a photographic process." "A reduced reproduction of Mr. 
Staunton's Folio." Ingleby. " Shakespeare, the man and the 
book," p. 114. 

7. Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histo- 
ries, and Tragedies. Published according to, the 
true Original! Copies. The second "'Impression.' 
London. Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Robert Allot, 
and are to be sold tit the signe of the -Blacke Beare 
in Pauls Chnrch-\ard. 1632. Portrait bv Droes- 
hout on #**page. p G.174.2 ; G.174.3 

0.174.2 belonged to Col. Stanley and afterwards to Ileber, and 
cost, in iS^v i" guineas. The last leaf is inlaid. Size, 13 inches 
by Q 1-16. 

6.174.3 is known a the Utterson copy, the Utterson arms 
being stamped on the sides. The verses are inlaid. It cost, in 
1850, ',31. Size, 13 7-16 inches by 8 6-16. J. R. Smith writes, 
June 28, 1850, " It diners from all other copies known. The leaf 
In the introduction, ' Vpon the Effigies,' has a considerable num- 
ber of literal alterations. It is evidently a production of the 
same printer by the interchanged letters used ; the ornament at 
the top being the same, the ornamental S and W capitals being 
different [though of a style similar to others in the bodv of the 
book] ; and it is printed on different [and thicker] paper! I can 
only account for it in this way : at the close of the sale of the 
impression, copies were on hand wanting this leaf ; and it 
was printed to make them perfect." The proper leaf "Vpon 
the Effigies" was supplied from another copy, and is now in- 
serted after the variation leaf. 

8. Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histo- 
ries, and Tragedies. Published according to the 
true Original Copies. The Third Impression. Lon- 
don. Printed for Philip Chetivinde, 1663. Portrait 
by Droeshout. F G.174.4 

Bought at Harward's sale, 1858, for 51 as. Size, 13 inches 
by 8 5-8. The verses and title are inlaid. The following leaf is 
mended in the margin. 

9. Mr. William Shakespear's Comedies, Histo- 
ries, and Tragedies. Published according to the 
true Original Copies. The third Impression. And 
unto this Impression is added seven Plaves, never 
before Printed in Folio, viz. Pericles Prince of 
Tyre. The London Prodigall. The History of 
Thomas L<" Cromwell. Sir John Oldcastle Lord 
Cobham. The Puritan Widow. A York-shire Trag- 
edy. The Tragedy of Locrine. Printer's device. 
London. Printed for P. C. 1664. Portrait by Droes- 
hout. F G.174.5 

Bought of Thorpe, in 1835, f r >5 guineas. The portrait and 
verses are from the fourth edition. The last leaf is pieced at the 
inner edge ; and the title is backed. The Kinnear arms are upon 
the side. Size, 12 15-16 inches by S 1-2. 

10. Mr. William Shakespear's Comedies, Histo- 
ries, and Tragedies. Published according to the 
true Original Copies. Unto which is added. Seven 
Plays, Never before Printed in Folio : viz. Pericles 
Prince of Tyre. The London Prodigal. The His- 
tory of Thomas Lord Cromwel. Sir John Oldcas- 
tle Lord Cobham. The Puritan Widow. A York- 
shire Tragedy. The Tragedy of Locrine. The 
Fourth Edition. London, Printed for H. Herring- 
man, and are to be sold by Joseph Knight and Fran- 
cis Saunders. at the Anchor in the Lower Walk of 
the Neiv Exchange. 1685. Portrait by Droeshout. 
F G.174.6 

Bought in 1834 f r 4 guineas. On the side are the letters 
" J. L. G.", surmounted bv a lion supporting an upright howit- 
zer. Page 335 is not, as Lowndes says, misprinted 334. Size, 
14 1-4 inches by 9 3-16. 

0.603.17, no. 9, is a fragment of this folio, pp. 213-396, con- 
taining the spurious plays, with the exception of the first leaf 
of each play and the last seven pages of Locrine. 



11. The works of Mr. William Shakespear; in 
6 v. Adorn'd with cuts. Revis'd and correcled, 
with-a'fl account of the life and writings of the au- 
thor. By N. Rowe. London: J. Tonson. 1709. 
3324pp." P.oj-traits. Illustrations. 8 G.4021.2 

Contents. *1. Dedication; Life; Tempest; Two gentlemen 
of Verona: Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure; 
C'omrdy of errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's labour's 
lost. 2. Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of Venice; As 
you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well that ends well: 
Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 3. Kingjohn; Richard n ; Henry 
iv, part 1,2; Henry v; Henrv VI, part i, 2. 4. Henry vi, part 
3; Richard in: Henry vni; Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus; 
Titus Andronicus. 5. Romeo and Juliet; Timon of Athens; 
Julius Ca-sar; Macbeth; Hamlet; KmgLearj Othello, g. An- 
tony and Cleopatra ; Cymheline; Pericles of Tyre ; The London 
prodigal; Thomas Lord Cromwell; Sir John Oldcastle; The 
puritan; A Yorkshire tragedy ; Locrine. 

This is the first edited, as well as the first odtavo edition of 
Shakespeare, also the first illustrated by pictures other than his 
portrait. There are neither prefaces nor notes. The portraits 
are, on the engraved title-pages, the Chandos, engraved by M. 
Van der Gucht, and, in vol. i, one designed by B. Arlaud, and 
engraved by G. Duchange. The plates, of which there is one to 
each play, are curious, as illustrating the theatrical costume of 
the day. The plays have separate title-pages. 

12. The works of Mr. William Shakespear. Vol- 
ume the seventh. London: E. Curll. 1710. (14), 
Ixxii, 472, (4) pp. Plate. 8 G.4021.2.7 

Conl fnts. Dedication by S. N. ; Advertisement; Essav on 
the art, rise, and progress of the stage in Greece, Rome, and Eng- 
land, by Charles Gildon; Glossary; Venus and Adonis; Tar- 
quin and Lucrece; Poems; Remarts on the plays ; Remarks on 
the poems, by C. Gildon ; References to the classic authors, etc. ; 
Table. 

The seventh volume, according to Notes and Queries, 2d se- 
ries, vol. 13, p. 349, "is one of the piratical productions of Ed- 
mund Curll. The essay is by Charles Gildon," or, according to 
Rodd's catalogue, by Gildon and Dr. Geo. Sewell. This volume 
has 1710 upon the title-page; but the independent titles of Venus 
and Adonis and Lucrece read 1709. That Rowe had no part in 
publishing this volume, would perhaps appear from the last 
paragraph of his Life of Shakespeare. " There is a hook of 
poems publish'd in 1640, under the name of Mr. William Shake- 
spear ; but as I have but very lately seen it, without an opportu- 
nity of making any judgment upon it, I won't pretend to deter- 
mine, whether it be his or no." It includes those spurious 
poems which are contained in the edition to which he refers. 

13. The works of Mr. William Shakespear. Vol- 
ume the ninth. London, printed bv J. Darby for 
E. Curll. 1714. Illustrated. 12 " G.4061.6 

Contents. Q. Essay by C. Gildon; Glossary; Venus and 
Adonis; Lucrece; Poems; Remarks. 

Printed to accompany Rowe's second edition in 9 v., pub- 
lished in 1714. 

14. The works of Shakespear. In 6 v. Collated 
and correcled by the former editions, by Mr. Pope. 
London : J. Tonson. 1723, 1725. Portraits. 4 

G.4021.1 ; 4591.1 

Contents. 1. Preface; Life of Shakespear by X. Rowe; In- 
strument; Verses by Ben. Johnson; Names of subscribers; 
Tempest; Midsummer-night's dream; Two gentlemen of Ve- 
rona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure; Comedy 
of errors; Much ado about nothing. 2. Merchant of Venice; 
Love's labour's lost; As you like it; Taming of the shrew: All's 
well that ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 3. King 
Lear; Kingjohn; Richard n; Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v. 
4. Henry vi, part 1,2,3; Richard in; Henry viu. 5. Timon 
of Athens; Coriolanus ; "Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; 
Titus Andronicus; Macbeth, fl. Troilus and Cressida; Cvm- 
beline; Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet; Othello; Index of the char- 
acters, sentiments, speeches, and descriptions; Table of edi- 
tions. 

Vol. i has the imprint 1735, the others 1723, including the 
second title-page of vol. i. The portraits in vol. i were eni;ra\fd 
by Vertue, the first from a picture said by Boaden to he a ]>->r- 
Irait of James i, the second from the Stratford bust altered to 
resemble the Chandos portrait. 0.4021.1 contains the book-plate 
of the Cowper family. 

15. The works of Mr. William Shakespear. The 
seventh volume. Containing Venus and Adonis. 
Tarquin and Lucrece. Miscellany poems. Prefix'd, 
an essay on the art [etc.]. . . . And a glossary. The 
whole revis'd and corrected, with a preface, by Dr. 
Sou ell. London : printed by J. Darby for A. Bet- 
tes-Morth. 1725. 4 G.4021.1. 7 



COLLECTED WORKS 



17281765 



Contains also the Remarks by Gildon and a Table not men- 
tioned on the title-page. This copy has the book-plate of Pet. 
Sainthill. 

6.603.14 is the Essay, pp. i-lii, and G.6oa.i5 is the Remarks, 
pp. 321-454, both bound separately. These two volumes belonged 
to VV. E. Burton. 

16. The works of Mr. William Shakespear. Vol- 
ume the ninth. London : printed for J. Ton son ; 
and for J. Darby. 1728. 12 4599.35 

Contents. 9. Pericles ; London prodigal ; Thomas, Lord 
Cromwell; Sir John Oldcastle; The Puritan; A Yorkshire 
tragedy; Locrine. 

The second edition of Pope, published in 10 vols. Each play 
has a separate title-page with " Printed in 1728." On the last page 
is " The end of the ninth and last volume." Vol. 10 seems to have 
been printed later. The plates are from Rowe's edition, 1709. 

17. The works of Shakespeare : in 7 v. Collated 
with the oldest copies, and corrected ; with notes, 
explanatory and critical : by Mr. Theobald. Lon- 
don : A. Bettesivorth. 1733. Portrait. 8 

G.4022.1 ; G.4022.2 

Contents. \. Dedication; Preface; Lines bv Milton, Dave- 
nant, and Jonson ; Subscribers; Tempest; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; 
Measure for measure : Much ado about nothing. 2. Merchant 
of Venice; Love's labour's lost; As you like it; Taming of the 
shrew; All's well that ends well; Twelfth night. 3. Comedy 
of errors; Winter's tale; King John; Richard n; Henry iv, 

?art i, 2. 4. Henry v; Henry vi, part I, 2, 3; Richard in. 5. 
lenry vm; King Lear; Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus ; 
Macbeth. (J. Coriolanus ; Julius Caesar ; Antony and Cleopatra ; 
Cymbeline. 7. Troilus and Cressida; Romeo and Juliet; Ham- 
let; Othello; Table of editions collated. 

A considerable advance upon Pope's edition, inasmuch as 
Theobald diligently collated the oldest copies and read the authors 
contemporaneous with Shakespeare. He roused Pope's enmity 
by his criticisms upon his edition to such a degree, that the poet 
made him the original hero of the Dunciad. The portrait in 
vol. i was designed by B. Arlaud, and engraved by G. Du- 
change, and is the same as that in Rowe's edition, 1709, with the 
words " P. I in the life " partially erased. Inserted in the same 
volume is a manuscript letter from Theobald to Sir Michael 
Newton in regard to his subscription, dated 23 May, 1734. 

0.4022.1 is a large paper copy. 6.4022.2 has bound after each 
play pages containing manuscript notes by Thomas Edwards, 
author of " Canons of criticism," etc. It also has the book-plates 
of Benjamin Way and Thomas yolley, F.S.A. The set has been 
considerably reduced in size in binding. The plates mentioned 
in Bonn's Lowndes are not in either of these copies, and it is 
doubtful if this edition contained any beside the portrait. 

18. Same. In 8 v. The second edition. Lon- 
don : H. Lintott. 1740. The Chandos portrait en- 
graved bv G. Vander Gucht. Illustrated. 12 

G.4022.3 

Contents. 1. Dedication; Preface; Tempest; Midsummer- 
night's dream: Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of 
Windsor; Measure for measure. 2. Much ado about nothing; 
Merchant of Venice; Love's labour's lost; As you like it; Tam- 
ing of the shrew. 3. All's well that ends well; Twelfth night; 
Comedy of errors; Winter's tale; King John. 4. Richard H ; 
Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v; Henry vi, part i. 5. Henry vi, 
part 2,3; Richard in; He'nry vin. "6. King Lear; Timo'n of 
Athens ; Titus Andronicus ; Macbeth ; Coriolanus. 7. Julius 
Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Troilus and Cres- 
sida. 8. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Table of edi- 
tions collated ; Index. 

The index is the same as that in Pope's edition. 

19. The works of Shakespear in 8 v. The gen- 
uine text (collated with all the former editions, and 
then corrected and emended) is here settled : being 
restored from the blunders of the first editors, and 
the interpolations of the two last : with a comment 
and notes, critical and explanatory. By Mr. Pope 
and Mr. Warburton. London: J. and P. Kniipton. 
1747. Portrait engraved by G. Vertue from the 
Chandos altered. 8 G.4023.1 

Contents. 1. Dedication; Prefaces bv the editor and Pope; 
Life by N. Rowe ; Instrument; Verses by Ben Jonson; Table 
of editions, collated by the editors; Tempest; Midsummer- 
night's dream; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of 
Windsor; Measure for measure. 2. Much ado about nothing; 
Merchant of Venice; Love's labour's lost; As you like it; Tam- 
ing of the shrew. 3. All's well that ends well; Twelfth night ; 
Comedy of errors; Winter's tale; King John. 4. Richard n; 
Henry iv, part i, 2; Henry v; Henry vi, part i. 5. Henry vi, 
part 2, 3; Richard in; Henry vin. " 6. King Lear; Timon of 
Athens; Titus Andronicus; Macbeth; Coriolanus. 7. Julius 



Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Troilus and Cres- 
sida. 8. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Index of char- 
acters, etc. 

Although Warburton severely criticises the edition of Theo- 
bald on his title-page, he followed the text of his second edition. 
His remarks upon the canons of criticism occasioned the satirical 



proper to be bound up with it. By another gentleman of Lin- 
coln's inn. London, 1748." 

20. The works of Shakespear in 9 v. With a 
glossary. Carefully printed from the Oxford edition 
in quarto, 1744. 'London : J. and P. Knapton. 
1747. The Chandos portrait, engraved bv G. Van- 
der Gucht. Illustrated. 12 * G.4036.2 

Contents. \. Prefaces by the editor, Sir Thomas Hanmer, 
and Pope; Life by Rowe; Instrument; Verses by Jonson; Tem- 
pest; Midsummer-night's dream; Two gentlemen of Verona; 
Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Measure for measure; Comedy of 
errors ; Much ado about nothing ; Merchant of Venice ; Love's 
labour's lost. 3. As you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's 
well that ends well; Twelfth night. 4. Winter's tale; King 
Lear; King John; Richard n. 5. Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry 
v; Henry vi, part i. 6. Henry vi, part 2, 3; Richard in; 
Henry vin. 7. Timon of Athens; Coriolanus ; Julius Cassar; 
Antony and Cleopatra. 8. Titus Andronicus; Macbeth; Troi- 
lus and Cressida; Cymbeline. 9. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello; Glossary. 

The plates are the same, cut down, as those in Theobald's 
second edition, 1740. 

21. The works of Shakespeare : in 8 v. Collated 
. . . by Mr. Theobald. London: C. Hitch. 17^7. 
Portrait. Illustrated. 12 4599a.3 

The only apparent difference between this fourth edition and 
that of 1740 is the omission of the words "The second edition" 
from the title-page and the addition of " Shakspeare's will " to the 
preliminary matter in vol. i. 

22. Mr William Shakespeare his comedies, his- 
tories, and tragedies, set out by himself in quarto, or 
by the players his fellows in folio, and now faith- 
fully republish'd from those editions in lov. octavo; 
with an introduction : whereunto will be added, in 
some other volumes, notes, critical and explanatory, 
and a body of various readings entire [by Edward 
Capell]. London: J. and R. Tonson. [1760-68.] 
Portrait, engraved by J. Miller. 8 

G.4023.10; 2598.30 

Contents. \. Dedication ; Introduction ; Commendatory 
verses; Table of editions; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; 
Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Measure for measure ; Comedy of 
errors ; Much ado about nothing ; Love's labour's lost. 3. Mid- 
summer-night's dream; Merchant of Venice; As you like it; 
Taming of the shrew. 4. All's well that ends well ; Twelfth 
night; Winter's tale; Macbeth. 5. King John; Richard n; 
Henry iv, part i, 2. Q. Henry v ; Henry vi, part 1,2,3. 7. 
Richard in; Henry vin; Coriolanus. 8." Julius Caesar; An- 
tony and Cleopatra; Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus. 9. 
Troilus and Cressida; Cymbeline; King Lear. 10. Romeo and 
Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Corrigenda. 

The dedication is dated 1767. 6.4023.10 is bound in eleven v., 
CapelPs " Prolusions " being inserted after the preliminary mat- 
ter in vol. i, and the Tempest, Two gentlemen of Verona, and 
Merry wives are bound separately. The Notes, 6.60.15, prom- 
ised upon the title-page did not appear until 1775-83. 

23. The plays of William Shakespeare, in 8 v., 
with the corrections and illustrations of various 
commentators; to which are added notes by Sam. 
Johnson. London: J. and R. Tonson. 176:;. Por- 
trait. 8 G.4024.1 

Contents. 1. Preface; Dedication and preface of the players; 
Prefaces by Pope, Theobald, Hanmer, Warburton ; Life by N. 
Rowe; Instrument: Will; Commendatory verses, by Ben'Jon- 
son ; Tempest; Midsummer-night's dream; Two gentlemen ot 
Verona; Measure for measure; Merchant of Venice. 2. As 
you like it; Love's labour's lost; Winter's tale; Twelfth night; 
Merry wives of Windsor. 3. Taming of the shrew ; Comedy of 
errors; Much ado about nothing; All's well that ends well; 
King John. 4. Richard n ; Henry iv, part i, 2; Henry v; 
Henry vi, part i. 5. Henry vi, part 2, 3; Richard in; Henry 
vin. 6. King Lear; Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus; 
Macbeth; Coriolanus. 7. Julius Caesar ; Antony and Cleopatra; 
Cymheline; Troilus and Cressida. 8. Romeo aiid Juliet; Ham- 
let; Othello; Appendix, vol. 1-8. 

The first variorum edition, printed from Warburton's text. 
It has been made the basis of many subsequent editions. The 



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portrait is the same as that in Warburton's edition, i;.);, the 
Chandos, altered, engraved by G. Vcrtuc. 

24. Sunn-. London: //. Wood fall. 1768. 8 

2594.1 

There i> no apparent difference between this and the first 

edition. 

25. The works of Shakespear. from Mr. Pope's 
edition. Hirni /'// /mm: If. Martin. 1768. Q v. 
Portrait. 12 G.4026.2 

Ci>niiHts. 1. Tcmpc-t: Midsummer- nighfs dream: Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona : Merry wives of Windsor, 2. Measure for 

niea.-ure; Much ado about nothing: Merchant of Venice ; Love's 
labour's lost. 3. As you like it: Taming 1 of the shrew; All's 
well, that ends well: 'Twelfth night. 4. Comedy of errors; 
Winter's tale; King John: Richard II. 5. Henry iv, part l, a; 
Henry v; 1 lenry \ 1. part i. 6. Henry vi, part 2. 3 : Kichard 
in; Henry vill. 7. King I. ear; Tiinon of. \thens; Titus An- 
droniciis; 'Macbeth. 8. Coriolanus : Julius C'a-sar; Antony and 
Cleopatra: Cymheline. 9. Troilus and Cressida; Romeo and 
Juliet: Hamlet; Othello. 

The first volume has a separate title-page. "The works of 
Shakcs|>car in u v. With notes selected from the best authors, 
explanatory and critical ..." " This edition was printed with 
l!.i>ki r\ ille's types, at the suggestion of Mr. Garrick, and sold 
at Stratford during the Jubilee." J^tWHties. 

26. The works of Shakespear. In 6 v. Adorned 
with setilptures. The second edition. Oxford: Clar- 
,-ndoH />n-fs. 1770,71. Portraits. 4" G.4020.13 

Contents. 1. Advertisement by Thomas Hawkins; Pre- 
face* by Haniner and 1'ope ; Life of Shakespear by \. Uowe; 
Instrument: Verses by lien Jonson; Epistle by W.Collins; 
Tempest; Midsummer-night's dream: Two gentlemen of Ve- 
rona ; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure; Comedy 
of errors; Much ado about nothing. 2. Merchant of Venice; 
Life's labour's lost: As you like it: Taming of the shrew; All's 
well that ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 3. King 
Lear: King John ; Richard n; Henry iv, part i, 2; Henry v. 
4. Henry vi, part i, 2, .5: Kichard in ; 'Henry vni. 5. Tiinon 
of Athens; Coriolanus: Julius Cii'sar: Antony and Cleopatra; 
Titus Androniciis: Macbeth. 0. Troilus and Cressida; Cym- 
beline; Konieo and Juliet ; Hamlet; Othello; Glossary. 

The first edition was published in 17^-46, apparently under 
the saiu'tion of the University of Oxford, Sir Thomas llanmer 
being the editor, though his name does not appear in the work. 
This re-issue was edited by Thomas Hawkins. There are no 
introdui'tions to the plays and very meagre notes, but at the close 
of each volume are " Various readings of Theobald and Capel." 
The portraits are, in vol. i, the Chandos, the statue in Westmin- 
ster abbey, and the Stratford bust, altered as that in Pope's first 
edition to resemble the Chandos, each engraved by II. Gravelot. 
He also engraved the plates which were designed by F. Hay- 
man. The first title-page in vol. i is dated 1771, the second arid 
those of the other vols. are dated 1770. 

27. The plays of Shakespeare, from the text of 
Dr. S. Johnson. With the prefaces, notes, &c. of 
Rowe, Pope. Theobald, Hanmer. Warburton, John- 
son, and select notes from many other critics. 
Al-o. the introduction of the last editor Mr. Capell ; 
and a table shewing his various readings. T. Eiv- 
iiii?. Dublin. 1771. 6 v. in 12. Portraits. Vig- 
nettes. Sm. 8 G.4026.1 

Contents. 1, i. Advertisement; Prefaces; Table of edi- 
tion.- ; Life bv X. Rowe: Will, etc.; Commendatory verses; 
Tempest: Midsummer-night's dream. 1, 2. Two g'entlemen 
of Verona; Measure for measure; Merchant of Venice; As you 
like it. 2, i. Love's labour's lost; Winter's tale; Twelfth 
night. 2-2- Merry wives of Windsor; Taming of the shrew; 

Comedy of error*. 3, ' Much ado about nothing; All's well 

that ends well; King John. 3, -2- Richard II ; ifenrv IV, part 
I, a. 4, i- Henry v ; Henry vi, part i, 2. 4, 2. Henry vi, part 
3; Richard ill. '5, i. Henry vni; King Lear; Tiinon of Ath- 
ens: Titus Androniciis. 5", 2. Macbeth; C'oriolanus; Julius 
6, ' Antony and Cleopatra: Cymbeline; Troilus and 
Crc-sjda. 6, -! Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet: Othello. 

The portraits are, in vol. i, the statue in Westminster Abbey, 
slightly altered, engraved by P. llalpin, and a vignette. The 
Poems published the same year by Kw ing are bound as the thir- 
teenth volume of tl: 

28. The works of Shakespeare : volume the sec- 
ond. London: C. Bat hurst. 1773. Incomplete. 
i - 4599.11 

('mil f nix. 2. Much ado about nothing; Merchant of Ven- 
fe's labour's lo>t ; As you like it; Taming of the shrew. 
Printed verbatim from the ortavo edition of Theobald in S v. 

29. Bell's edition of Shakespeare's plavs, as they 
are now performed at the Theatres Royal in Lon- 



don ; regulated from the prompt books of each house 
by permission ; with notes critical and illustrative ; 
by the authors of the Dramatic censor [Francis Gen- 
tleman]. Vol. 4, 6. London: J. Bell. 1773, 75. 
Illustrated. Incomplete. 12 

G.88.11; No. i in G.4010.10 

Contents. 4. King John; Henry IV, part I, 2; Henry v; 
Henry vni. 6. Troilus and Cressida. pp. 153-258. 

Published in 9 v. The plays have separate title-pages dated 
1773, but the general title-page is 1774. Troilus and Cressida, 
('.4010.10, is probably another edition, slightly larger and with 
minute changes in the title, but published at the same time. 
"The worst edition that ever appeared of any English author." 
Jiioff. dramatica. " Nevertheless, it had more success than any 
of its predecessors, and no fewer than 8,000 copies were sold in 
one week." Loivndes. 

30. Supplement to the edition of Shakspeare's 
plays published in 1778 by Samuel Johnson and 
George Steevens. In 2 v. Containing additional 
observations by several of the former commentators : 
to which are subjoined the genuine poems of the 
same author and seven plays that have been ascribed 
to him ; with notes by the editor [Edmond Malone] 
and others. London : C. Bathurst. 1780. 2 v. Por- 
trait of earl of Southampton. Plate. 8 G.4025.2 

Contents. 1. Advertisement; Supplemental observations 
including Brooke's Romeus and Juliet; Poems. 2. Pericles; 
Locrine; Sir John Oldcastle, part i; Lord Cromwell; London 
prodigal; Puritan; A Yorkshire tragedy ; Appendix. 

This copy has both the cancelled and the substituted pages, 
179, 180, and the substituted pages 231, 232 of vol. i. 

31. The plays of William Shakspeare. In 10 v. 
With the corrections and' illustrations of various 
commentators; to which are added notes by Samuel 
Johnson and George Steevens. The third edition, 
revised and augmented by the editor [Isaac Reed] 
of Dodsley's Collection of old plays. London, C. 
Bathurst. 1785. Portraits. Fac-simile. Wood- 
cuts. 8 G.4024.2 

Contents. \. Prefaces, etc., by the editors and Pope, Theo- 
bald, Hamner, Warburton; Rowe's Life of Shakspeare; Com- 
mendatory verses ; Bibliography ; Entries of plays on the books 
of the Stationers' company; Attempt to ascertain the chronolog- 
ical order bv Edmond Malone, etc.; Tempest; Two gentlemen 
of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Measure for measure; 
Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's labour's 
lost. 3. Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of Venice; As 
you like it; Taming of the shrew. 4. All's well that ends well; 
Twelfth night; Winter's tale ; Macbeth. 5. King John; Rich- 
ard ii ; Henry iv, part i, 2. 6. Henry v; Henry vi, part 1,3, 3. 
7. Richard in ; Henrv vni ; Coriolanus. 8. Julius C;csar; An- 
tony and Cleopatra; Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus. 9. 
Troilus and Cressida; Cymbeline; King Lear. ]Q. Romeo and 
Juliet; The tragical hystory of Romeus and Juliet, by A. Brooke; 
Hamlet; Othello. 

This copy was given in 1789 as a prize " propter insignes in 
artibus progressus " to William Crosby, 4th and last Lord Bran- 
don, by Trinity college, Dublin. It has the college stamp upon 
the covers. Portraits in vol. i, the Chandos altered, Droeshout 
and Marshall. 

32. The plays and poems of William Shak- 
speare, in fo v. ; collated verbatim with the most 
authentick copies, and revised : with the corrections 
and illustrations of various commentators; to which 
are added, an essay on the chronological order of his 
plays ; an essay relative to Shakspeare and Jonson ; 
a dissertation on the three parts of King Henry vi ; 
an historical account of the English stage; and 
notes ; by Edmond Malone. London : y. Riving- 

[. Fac-similes. 



ton and sons. 



1790. 



Woodcuts. Portraits. 8 



TO v. in ii. 



G.4034.1 



Contents. 1,1. Prefaces by Malone, Johnson, Pope, llem- 
inge and Condell ; Advertisement by G. Steevens; Catalogue of 
the earliest translations from the Greek and Roman classicks by 
G. Steevens; Dedication by Heminge and Condell, 1623; Rowe's 
Life of Shakspeare, augmented by Malone; Anecdotes, from 




ters; Chronological order of the plays; Shakspeare, Ford am 
Jonson. 1, 2. Historical account of the rise and progress of th^ 
English stage; Emendations and additions; Tempest; Two 



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gentlemen of Verona ; Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Measure 
for measure; Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's 
labour's lost ; Midsummer-night's dream. 3. Merchant of Ven- 
ice; As you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well that ends 
well; Pericles of Tyre. 4. Twelfth night; Winter's tale; Mac- 
beth; Kingjohn. 5. Richard n; Henry iv, part i, 2; Henryv. 
6. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; Dissertation; Richard III. 7. Henry 
vin ; Coriolanus ; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra. 8- Ti- 
mon of Athens; Troilus and Cressida; Cymbeline; King Lear. 
9. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello. "10. Venus and Ado- 
nis; Lucrece; Sonnets; Passionate pilgrim; Lover's complaint; 
Titus Andronicus; Romeus and Juliet; Appendix; Glossary. 

This copy is described as printed upon " fine paper, printed 
for presents." The portrait, in vol. i, is the Chandos, engraved 
by C. Knight from a drawing bv O. Humphrey. Malone's por- 
trait, by Sir J. Reynolds, is dated 1791. There is alsoa plate con- 
taining the portraits of S. Johnson, R. Farmer, T. Tyrwhitt and 
T. Edwards. Vol. x has a portrait of Henry Wriothesley, earl 
of Southampton. 

33. The dramatick works of William Shakespear 
printed complete from the best editions of S. John- 
son. G. Stevens and E. Malone. To which is pre- 
fixed the life of the author. Edinburgh : W. Gor- 
don. 1792. 8 v. Portraits (vignettes). 12 

G.88.10 

Contents. \. LifebyRowe; Glossary; Tempest; Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for meas- 
ure; Comedy of errors. 2. Much ado about nothing; Love's 
labour's lost; Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of Venice; 
As you like it. 3. Taming of the shrew; All's well that ends 
well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale; Macbeth. 4. Kingjohn; 
Richardu; Henry iv, part i, 2 ; Henryv. 5. Henry vi, part i, 
2,3; Richard in. 6. Henry vin; Coriolanus; Julius Ca-sar; 
Antony and Cleopatra. 7. Timon of Athens ; Troilus and Cres- 
sida ; Titus Andronicus; Cymbeline. 8. King Lear; Romeo 
and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello. 

The vignette portrait was drawn bv Paton and engraved by 
Kirkwood. This copy belonged to S. E. Clark, llfracombe. 

34. The plavs and poems of William Shakspeare. 
Corrected from the latest and best London editions, 
with notes, by Samuel Johnson. To which are added, 
a glossary and the life of the author. Embellished 
with a striking likeness [engraved by R. Field] from 
the collection of the duke of Chandos. First Ameri- 
can edition. Philadelphia : Bioren and Mtuftni. 
1795,96. Sv. 12 G.4036.1 ; E.230.1 

Contents. 1. Preface by the American editors ; Life; Will; 
Glossary; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of 
Windsor; Measure for measure; Comedy of errors. 2. Much 
ado about nothing; Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Merchant of Venice; Asyoulikeit. 3. Taming ofthe 
shrew; All's well that ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale; 
Macbeth. 4. King John; Richard n; Henry iv, part I, 2; 
Henryv. 5. Henry vi, part 1,2,3; Richard in. 6. Henry 
vin ; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra. 7. 
Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus; Troilus and Cressida; 
Cymbeline; King Lear. 8. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello; Poems: Advertisement; Dedication; Venus and Ado- 
nis; Lucrece; Sonnets; Passionate pilgrim; Lover's complaint. 

There are no prefaces, and brief notes only at the end of most 
ofthe plays. 

35. The works of William Shakespeare. Edin- 
burgh : Bell and Bradfute. 1795. Sv. Sm. 8 

337.2 

36. The plays of William Shakspeare. Vol. i. 
London : Bellamy and Robarts, 1796. Incomplete. 
8 G.3941.1 

Contents. \. Life; Ode; Poems by Akenside, Sheppard, 
Johnson and Cooper; Will; Instrument; Table. 

A portion of the prolegomena, apparently of the above edi- 
tion in S v., the title of which is copied from the Birmingham 
catalogue. 

37. The works of Shakespeare. Berwick : J. 
Tavlor. 1800. 9 v. Portraits (vignettes). 12 

G.89.6 

Contents. 1. Tempest; Midsummer-night's dream; Two 
gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Comedy of 
errors. 2. Measure for measure; Coriolanus; Much ado about 
nothing; Love's labour's lost. 3. As you like it; Taming of 
the shrew; All's well that ends well : Twelfth night. 4. Win- 
ter's tale; King Lear; King John; Richard II. 5. Henry iv, 
part i, 2; Henry v; Henry vi, part i. 6. Henry vi, part"2, 3; 
Romeo and Juliet; Henry vm. 7. Timon of Ath'ens; Merchant 
of Venice; Julius Ca>sar; Antony and Cleopatra. 8. Titus 
Andronicus; Macbeth; Troilus arid Cressida; Cymbeline. 9. 
Richard in; Hamlet; Othello. 



38. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare. 
Published by Charles Wagner. Volume the eighth. 
Brunswick, 1801. Incomplete. Sm. 8 6597.6 

Contents. 8. Hamlet. 

From an edition published in S volumes. Without notes. 

39. The dramatic works of Shakspeare. Revised 
bv George Steevens. London : J. and J. Bovdell. 
1802. 9 v. Portraits. 96 plates. F G.4050.1 

Contents. 1. Dedication; Advertisement; Prefaces of Pope 
and Johnson ; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives 
of Windsor; Measure for measure. 2. Comedy of errors; Much 
ado about nothing; Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's 
dream. 3. Merchant of Venice; As you like it; Taming of the 
shrew; All's well that ends well. 4] Twelfth night; Winter's 
tale; Macbeth; Kingjohn. 5. Richard n; Henry iv, part i, 
2; Henryv. 6. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; Richard m. 7. Henry 
vin ; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra. 8. 
Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus; Troilus and Cressida; 
Cymbeline. 9. King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello. 

Published in parts, the first appearing in 1791. The dedica- 
tion is dated 1803. According to the advertisement, the plan of 
the work was conceived in 1786, and a printing house was estab- 
lished, a foundry built to cast the types, and a manufactory for 
the ink. There are neither notes nor introductions to the plays, 
which are paged independently. The portraits are, in vol. i, the 
alto-relievo by I. Banks, engraved by James Stow, and in vol. 2, 
the Stratford bust, engraved bvj. Neagle. There are 96 plates 
in this set, though the advertisement seems to imply that there 
were to be 163. The Barton collection contains the original auto- 
graphs of subscribers to this edition, 6.164.2, also the original 
manuscript ofthe prospectus, 6.50.29.2. 

40. The dramatic works of William Shakespeare. 
Printed complete, with Dr. Samuel Johnson's pre- 
face and notes. To which is prefixed the life of the 
author. Boston : Munroe and Francis. 1802-4. 8 v. 
Portrait. 12 G.87.1 

Contents. 1. Life by Rowe; Preface; Tempest; Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for meas- 
ure; Comedy of errors. 2. Merchant of Venice; As you like it; 
Midsummer-night's dream; Much ado about nothing; Love's 
labour's lost. 3. Taming of the shrew; All's well that ends 
well; Twelfth-night; Winter's tale; Macbeth. 4. Kingjohn; 
Richard n; Henry iv, part i, 2; Henry v. 5. Henry vi, 
part i, 2, 3; Richard in. 6. Henry vin; Coriolanus; Julius 
Caesar ; Antony and Cleopatra. 7. Timon of Athens ; Titus An- 
dronicus; Troilus and Cressida; Cymbeline. 8. King Lear; 
Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; List of subscribers. 

The first edition published in Boston, and unknown to the 
bibliographers. The editing was probably done by one ofthe 
printers, David Francis, "all his life a lover and careful reader 
of Shakespeare." It passed through three editions (Nos. 47,49). 
In a copy of the third edition, formerly belonging to his son, C. 
S. Francis, and now in the Lenox library, is the following memo- 
randum of D. Francis, the publisher. " In 1802 Munroe and Fran- 
cis issued proposals for publishing an edition of Shakspeare in 
serial numbers, two to a vol. at 50 c~ts. per no. 16 numbers. 
Two editions were printed of the above. A third edition was 
demanded, and we added the Poems, making 18 nos. These edi- 
tions were all printed from types ; of course reset every edition, 
as stereotype was not then known. The presswork was mostly 
done bv Munroe and Francis personally, on a hand press with ink- 
ing balls of sheep skin, the ink distributed by the hand. These 
vols. are a specimen of the paper and print. Paper demv-size 
(19 X 20) costing 5 dolls, a ream ; made by hand. Ink and type 
imported, none worth using being made here. The engravings 
were executed by Dr. Alexander Anderson of New York." The 
title-pages of this edition, which is evidently a copy ofthe Edin- 
burgh edition, published in 1792 (No. 33), have vignette portraits 
and each play is separately paged. Inserted in vol. i, 2 are MS. 
letters of C. S. and D. G. Francis relating to these editions. 
This copy belonged to N. Francis. 6.88.7 1S an imperfect copy 
of Romeo and Juliet of this edition. 

41. The plavs of William Shakspeare. In 21 v. 
With the corrections and illustrations of various 
commentators. To which are added, notes, by Sam- 
uel Johnson and George Steevens. 5th edition. 
Revised and augmented by Isaac Reed, with a glos- 
sarial index. London : Jf. Johnson. 1803. Portrait. 
Fac-simile. Folded sheets. Illustrations. 8 

G.4035.1 

Contents. 1. Advertisements by Reed and Steevens; Pro- 
posals, etc. by W. Richardson; Life by Rowe; Anecdotes 
from W. Oldys, etc. ; Stratford register; Instrument; Mortgage; 
Will ; Dedication and prefaces by Heminge, Condell, Pope, 
Theobald, Hanmer, Warburton, Johnson, Capell, Mason, and 
Malone. 2. The learning of Shakspeare by R. Farmer, with 



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remarks by G. Colman ; List of ancient translations from clas- 
sick authors ; Entries of plays on the Stationers' books ; Lists of 
ancient and modern editions of plays and poems; List of altered 
plays and detached pieces of criticism ; Commendatory verses ; 
The chronological order of Shakspeare's plays bv E. Malone ; 
Shakspeare, Ford, and Jonson, by K. Malone, with remarks by 
G. Steevens. 3. Historical account of the English stage by E. 
Malone, with additions by G. Steevens; Farther account, with 
addenda, by G. Chalmers." 4. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Ve- 
rona; Midsummer-night's dream. 5. -Merry wives of Windsor; 
Twelfth night. 6. Much ado about nothing; Measure for 
measure. 7. Love's labour's lost ; Merchant of Venice. 8. As 
you like it: All's well that ends well. 9. Taming of the shrew; 
Winter 1 * tale. 10. Macbeth; The witch, by T. Middleton [in 
part]; Wintownis cronykil, book 6, c. iSf King John. 11. 
Richard n; Henry iv, parti. 12. Henry iv, part 2; Henry v. 
13. Henry VI, part 1,2. 14. Henry VI, part 3; Dissertation" by 
Malone; "Richard III. 15. llenry'vin; Troilus and Cressida. 
16. Coriolanus; Julius C;vsar. 17. Antony and Cleopatra; King 
Lear. 18. Hamlet : Cymbeline. 19. Timon of Athens ; Othello. 
20. Romeo and Juliet; Romeus and Juliet, by A.Brooke; Com- 
edy of errors. 21. Titus Andronicus; Pericles, and disserta- 
tions; Addenda; Glossarial index. 

This edition, being the first which bears Isaac Reed's name 
on the title-page, is known as Reed's, or the fifth variorum edi- 
tion. It is derived chiefly from materials left bv Steevens. The 
portrait in vol. i is the Kelton, engraved by I. Neagle. This 
copy contains the coat of arms of John Dowdeswell. 

42. The plavs of William Shakspeare. Illustrated 
bv the prefaces and annotations of the various com- 
mentators. Vol. 8, 9, 10. London, Wynn and Scho- 
ley, and J. Wallis. 1803-5. Incomplete. 8 

No. i in G.4011.7 ; G.3931.12 

Contents. S.^thello. 9. Dedication of the players; Preface 
of the players; Prefaces by Pope, Theobald, Hanmer, Warbur- 
ton, Johnson, Capell, Mason, Malone; Advertisements bv Stee- 
vens"; The learning of Shakspeare by Farmer ; The chronological 
order and Historical account of the stage by Malone. 10. Anno- 
tations. 

An edition, in 10 v., published in nos. of which the above in- 
cludes 37-53. The text of Steevens is followed. Bound with 
vol. 9 is The life by Rowe, Will and Glossary belonging to vol. 
i, together with proposals and covers of various numbers. 
Othello is bound with other plays of Shakespeare. 

43. The plavs of William Shakspeare, in minia- 
ture. Vol. 7, 8. Sharpe's edition. London : printed 
by C. 1\'/iiffi>r/itiHi. 1804. Incomplete. 32 

6599a.2 

Contents. 7. Henry vm; Troilus and Cressida; Coriola- 
nus; Hamlet. 8. Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; Cym- 
beline; Romeo ana Juliet. 

Published in 1803, 4, in 9 v. There are neither prefaces nor 
notes. Each play is paged separately. 

44. The plays of William Shakspeare, accurately 
printed from the text of the corrected copy left bv 
the late George Steevens. With a series of engrav- 
ings, from original designs of Henry Fuseli : and a 
selection of explanatory and historical notes, from 
the most eminent commentators; a history of the 
stage, a life of Shakspeare, etc. by Alexander Chal- 
mers. In 10 v. London : F. C. and J. Riinngton. 
1805. Portrait, the Felton, engraved by I. Neagle. 
8, 1. p. G.4025.1 ; 4592.2 

Contents. \. Preface; Life of Shakspeare ; Will; Chronol- 
ogy of plays; Preface by Johnson ; An historical account of the 
English stage by Malone; Preface by Pope; Tempest; Two 
gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Twelfth 
night; Measure for measure; Much ado about nothing; Mid- 
summer-night's dream. 3. Love's labour's lost; Merchant of 
Venice; As you like it; All's well that ends well. 4. Taming 
of the shrew; Winter's tale; Comedy of errors; Macbeth. 5. 
King John; Richard n; Henry iv, part i, 2. 6. Henry v; 
Henry vi, part 1,2, 3. 7. Richard III ; Henry vm; Troilus and 
Cressida. 8. Timon of Athens; Coriolanus ;' Julius Caesar; An- 
tony and Cleopatra. 9. Cymbeline; Titus Andronicus; Peri- 
cles of Tvre; King Lear." 10. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello; Glossarial index. 

45. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare : 
with explanatory notes. To which is added, a copi- 
ous index to the remarkable passages and words, by 
Samuel Ayscough. London: J. Stockdale. 1790, 
1807. 3 v. Portrait, engraved by S. Bennett (20), 
1752 pp. 8 G.4031.1 

Contents. 1. Prefaces; Life by Rowe; Will; Tempest; 
Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure 
for measure; Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; 



Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of 
Venice; As you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well that 
ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale ; Macbeth; King John; 
Richard II ; Henry iv, part i, a; Henry v. 2. Henry vi, part i, 
3,3; Richard in;" Henry vm; Coriofanus ; Julius Caesar; An- 
tony and Cleopatra: Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus; Troi- 
1ns and Cressida; Cymbeline; King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; 
Hamlet; Othello. [3.] Index. 

The first edition was published in 1784, and a second in 1790. 
The portrait is the same as that in Pope's edition (No. 14), said 
to be that of James I. The half title of vol. i, 2 reads "The new 
British drama containing Shakspeare's plays." The index, which 
is dated 1790, is not numbered vol. 3, but is paged continuously 
with the other volumes. 0.3921.2 is another copy of this edition 
of the index, and 0.3921.3 is a "second edition, revised and en- 
larged. London, 1827." 

46. The plays of Shakspeare. Printed from the 
text of Samuel Johnson, George Steevens, and Isaac 
Reed. London : printed \by James Ballantyne"\ for 
Longman, Hurst, Rccs. dint Ormc. 1807. 12 v. 
Portrait, the Felton (altered) by Evans. Vignettes. 
8 G.4034.2 

Contents. 1. Advertisement; Macbeth; King John; Rich- 
ard II. 2. Henry IV, part i, 2; Henry v. 3- Henry vi, part I, 
2 > 3- 4. Richard in; Henry vm; Midsummer-night's dream; 
Titus Andronicus. 5. Comedy of errors; Tamingof the shrew ; 
Love's labour's lost. 6. Two gentlemen of Verona; Romeo and 
Tuliet; Hamlet. 7. Merchant of Venice; All's well that ends 
well ; Much ado about nothing. 8. As you like it; Merry wives 
of Windsor; Troilus and Cressida. 9. Measure for measure; 
Winter's tale; King Lear. 10. Cymbeline ; Julius Caesar; An- 
tony and Cleopatra. H. Pericles; Timon of Athens; Coriola- 
nus. 12. Othello; Tempest; Twelfth night. 

Known as Ballantyne's edition. It has neither prefaces nor 
notes. The volumes "are numbered at the end from six to seven- 
teen inclusive. The vignettes are dated 1805-7. 

47. The dramatick works of W. Shakespeare, 
printed complete, with Dr. Samuel Johnson's preface 
and notes, to which is prefixed the life of the author. 
Vol. 2-9. Boston: Munroe and Francis. 1807. Sec- 
ond edition. Incomplete. 12 G.87.3 

Contents. 1-8. Same as in first edition (No. 40). 9. Po- 
ems: Venus and Adonis; Tarquin and Lucrece; Poems en 
several occasions. 

The spurious poems contained in the edition of 1640 are in- 
cluded. Bound with vol. 9, and mentioned on the half-title, is 
Richardson's Philosophical analysis and a list of subscribers. 
G.88.S is a copy of vol. 4 of this edition. 6.87.1.9 is another copy 
of vol. 9. 

48. The plays of William Shakspeare. In 17 v. 
With the corrections and illustrations of various 
commentators. To which are added, notes, by John- 
son and Steevens. Revised and augmented by Isaac 
Reed. With a glossarial index. C. and A. Conrad 
and co. Philadelphia. 1809 Portrait, the Felton. 
Fac-simile. 8 2595.7 \7 

Contents. 1. Advertisements; Prefaces, etc. by Johnson, 
Pope, Capell, Malone, and Theobald; Life by Rowe; Essay on 
the learning of Shakspeare by Farmer; Poems on Shakspeare. 
2. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Midsummer-night's 
dream. 3. Merry wives of Windsor; Twelfth night; Measure 
for measure. 4. Love's labour's lost; Much ado about nothing; 
Merchant of Venice. 6. As you like it; All's well that ends 
well. 6. Taming of the shrew; Winter's tale; Comedy of er- 
rors. 7. Macbeth; King John. 8. Richard n; Henry "iv, part 
i. 9. Henry iv, part 2; Henry v. 10. Henry vi, part 1,2,3. 
11. Richard in ; Henry vm. 12. Troilus and Cressida; Ro- 
meo and Juliet; Romeus and Juliet, by A. Brooke. 13. Corio- 
lanus; Antonv and Cleopatra. 14. Julius Cassar; King Lear. 
15. Hamlet; Timon of Athens. 16. Cymbeline; Othello. 17. 
Titus Andronicus; Pericles; Glossarial index. 

In a letter of G. C. Verplanck to Mr. Barton, the American 
editor is said to be Joseph Dennie. 

49. The works of William Shakspeare. In 9 v. 
With the corrections and illustrations of Johnson, 
Steevens, and others, revised by I. Reed. 3d Bos- 
ton, from the 5th London edition. Boston : Munroe, 
Francis and Parker. 1810-12. Portrait. Illus- 
trated. 12 4599a.5 

Contents. 1-8. Same as in first edition (No. 40). 9. Peri- 
cles; Illustrations and notes; Poems. 

Each play is illustrated by a wood-cut, engraved by Alexan- 
der Anderson, "the first person in America who followed wood- 
engraving as a profession." This edition was printed from a 
copy of Reed's edition lent by Wm. S. Shaw of Boston, as it 
could not be purchased in this country. 



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50. The plays of William Shakspeare, accurately 
printed from the text of Steevens's last edition, with 
a selection of the most important notes. Vol. xvn. 
Lcipsick: G. Fleischer the vounger. 1811. Plate. 
Incomplete. Sm. 8 6599a.29 

Contents. 17. Hamlet. 

An edition in which each play formed a volume. The second 
title-page is" dated 1812. 

51. The plays of William Shakspeare. In 21 v. 
With the corrections and illustrations of various 
commentators. To which are added, notes, by John- 
son and Steevens. Revised and augmented by I. 
Reed, with a glossarial index. 6th edition. Lon- 
don : J. Nichols and son. 1813. Portrait, the Fel- 
ton. Fac-simile. Illustrations. 8 2593.2 

The contents are the same as in the edition of 1803 (No. 41), 
An additional picture of Geo. Steevens, taken from the bas relief 
on his tomb, is in vol. i. There are also additional notes. 

52. The plavs of \Villiam Shakspeare. In 6 v. 
Printed from the text of Isaac Reed. Boston : C. 

Williams. J. T. Buckingham, printer. 1813. 
Portrait. Vignettes. 16 G.89.5 

Contents. \. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry 
wives of Windsor; Measure for measure; Much ado about noth- 
ing; Love's labour's lost ; All's well that ends well. 2. Comedy 
of errors; Midsummer-night's dream ; Merchant of Venice; As 
you like it; Taming of the shrew; Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 
3. Macbeth; King John; Richard H; Henry iv, part I, 2; Hen- 
ry v. 4. Henrv vi, part i, 2, 3; Richard in ; Henry vin; Cori- 
olanus. 5. Julius Cajsar; Antony and Cleopatra; Timon of 
Athens; Titus Andronicus ; Pericles; Troilus and Cressida. Q. 
Cymheline; Romeo and Juliet: King Lear; Hamlet; Othello. 

Each volume has an engraved title-page with a vignette and 
Eastburn, Kirk and co., New York, in addition to the Boston 
publisher, instead of J. Delaplaine, Philadelphia, which is on 
the other title-page. The portrait, in vol. j, is the Felton, 
altered, engraved by J. Boyd. This edition was published the 
following year in one volume (No. 53). 

53. The plays of William Shakspeare. Complete 
in one volume. Accurately printed from the text of 
Isaac Reed. Boston: C. Williams. 1813. 913, (i) 
pp. Engraved title-page. Portrait, the Felton. 8 

G.4044.2 

The title-pages are dated 1813, but the printer's postscript and 
note, Feb. 1814. " Another edition was printed by the same 
workmen and on the same types, in six miniature volumes [No. 
52]." Note by printer, J. 'T. Buckingham. 

54. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare. 
Chis-Mick : C. Whittingham. 1814. 7 v. Portrait, 
Stratford bust, woodcut. 230 embellishments. 16 

G.4026.3 

Contents. 1. Remarks on the life and writings of Shak- 
speare by J. Britton; List of detached essays and dissertations; 
Preface Dy Johnson ; Tempest ; Two gentlemen of Verona ; 
Murry wives of Windsor; Twelfth night; Measure for measure. 
2. Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's dream; Love's 
labour's lost; Merchant of Venice; As you like it; All's well 
that ends well. 3. Taming of the shrew; Winter's tale: Com- 
edy of errors; Macbeth; King John; Richard n. 4. Henry iv, 
part 1,2; Henry v; Henry vi, part i, 2. 5. Henry vi, part 3; 
Richard in ; Henry vill ; Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Ath- 
ens. 6. Coriolanus ; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; 
Cynibeline; Titus Andronicus. 7. Pericles; King Lear; Ro- 
meo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Glossary. 

One of six copies, printed on India paper. Though the im- 
print is 1814, yet the title-pages to the plays, which are paged 
independently, are dated 1813. Short notes, by Johnson and 
Steevens, are added to each play, with two exceptions. 

55. The plays and poems of William Shakspeare, 
with the corrections and illustrations of various com- 
mentators : comprehending a life of the poet, and an 
enlarged history of the stage, by E. Malone. With 
a new glossarial index. London : F. C. and J. Riv- 
ington. 1821. 21 v. Portraits. Fac-similes. Folded 
sheets. Woodcuts. 8 G.4033.1 ; 4594.3 

Contents. \, Advertisement and memoir of E. Malone by 
J. Boswell; Prefaces and advertisements by Pope, Theobald, 
Hanmer, Warburton, Johnson, Steevens, Capell, Reed, and Ma- 
lone; Proposals by W. Richardson; The learning of Shak- 
speare by R. Farmer; Appendix to Colman's translation of 
Terence; List of ancient translations from classic authors; List 
of detached criticisms on Shakspeare, etc. ; Shakspeare, Ford, 



and Jonson; Life of Shakspeare hy Rowe, with additional anec- 
dotes; Commendatory poems; The phraseology and metre of 
Shakspeare and his contemporaries. 2. Life of Shakspeare, 
with an essay on the chronological order of his plays, and ap- 
pendix ; Shakspeare's coat of arms ; Conveyance from Walker 
to Shakspeare; Shakspeare's mortgage: Declaration of trust, by 
J. Heminge, etc. ; Shakspeare's will ; Extracts from Stratford 
register; Entries on the Stationers' books ; List of the early edi- 
tions; Dedication and preface of the players, 1623; Modern edi- 
tions ; Plays ascribed to Shakspeare ; Plavs altered from Shak- 
speare; Character of Aubrey, the antfquary. 3. Malone's 
History of the stage, with additions from Henslowe's Register, 
and appendix ; Additions by G. Steevens ; Further account of 
the stage, with addenda, from G. Chalmers ; The Chester mys- 
teries, by J. II. Markland. 4. Two gentlemen of Verona; Com- 
edy of errors; Love's labour's lost. 5. Merchant of Venice; 
Midsummer-night's dream ; Taming of the shrew. 6. Romeo 
and Juliet; Romeus and Juliet, by A. Brooke; As you like it. 
7. Much ado about nothing; Hamlet. 8. Merry wives of Wind- 
sor; Troilus and Cressida. 9. Measure for measure; Othello. 
10. King Lear; All's well that ends well. 11. Macbeth; The 
witch, by T. Middleton; Wintowne's cronykil, book vi, chap, 
xviii; Twelfth night. 12. Julius Cresar; Antony and Cleopatra. 
13. Cynibeline ; Timon of Athens. 14. Coriolanus ; Winter's 
tale. 15. Tempest; King John; Essay on the Tempest, by Ma- 
lone. 16. Richard II : Henry iv, part i. 17. Henry iv, part 2; 
Henry v. 18. Henry vi, part i, 2,3; Dissertation by Malone. 
19. Richard in ; The true tragedie of Richard the third; Henry 
vin. 20. Venus and Adonis; Lucrece; Sonnets; Lover's com- 
plaint; Passionate pilgrim; Memoirs of Lord Southampton. 
21. Pericles; Titus Andronicus ; Addenda; Indexes. 

This edition, edited by James Boswell, from a corrected copy 
left by Malone, is known as the seventh edition of Johnson and 
Steevens. The portraits are, in vol. i, the Chandos, engraved 
by Fry, in vol. 2, the Burgess miniature, attributed to Nicholas 
Hilliard, engraved by Agar, and the Stratford bust engraved by 
Fry. Inserted in vol. i is a manuscript letter from Boswell, 
written after Malone's death, in reference to his papers. 

56. The dramatic works of William Shakespeare, 
in 10 v. With the corrections and illustrations of 
Johnson. Steevens. and others. Revised bv I. Reed. 
Ne-wTork: Collins and Hannay. 1821. "8 326.1 

The contents are the same as in the edition of 1824 (No. 59). 

57. The plavs of William Shakspeare, accurately 
printed from the text of the corrected copy left by 
the late George Steevens. With glossarial notes, 
and a sketch of the life of Shakspeare. In 8 v. 
Philadelphia : H. C. Carey, and I. Lea. 1823. 
Plates. 12 G.88.12 

Contents. \. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry 
\vives of Windsor; Twelfth night; Measure for measure. 2. 
Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's dream; Love's 
labour's lost; Merchant of Venice; As you like it. 3. All's well 
that ends well ; Taming of the shrew ; Winter's tale ; Comedy of 
errors; Macbeth. 4. King John; Richard n ; Henry IV, part 
1,2; Henry v. 5. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; Richard in. 6. Hen- 
ry vin ; Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Athens ; Coriolanus. 
7. Julius Csesar; Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline ; Titus An- 
dronicus; Pericles. 8. King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello. 

58. Shakspeare. with notes, original and se- 
lected, by Henry Neele. and embellished by G. F. 
Joseph. No. 1-4. London : J. Smith. 1824. 8 

G.4010.13 

Contents. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry 
wives of Windsor; Twelfth night. 

A projected edition, in which a play was to be published every 
month, of which four only appeared, though Measure for meas- 
ure was announced. 

59. The dramatic works of William Shakespeare, 
in 10 v. With the corrections and illustrations of 
Johnson, Steevens. and others. Revised bv I. Reed. 
Neiu York. Collins and Han-way. 1824. 12 4178.7 

Contents. \. Life by Rowe ; Preface by Johnson ; Essay on 
the learning of Shakespeare by Farmer ; Tempest ; Two gentle- 
men of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Measure for 
measure ; Comedy of errors ; Merchant of Venice ; As you like 
it. 3. Midsummer-night's dream; Much ado about nothing; 
Love's labour's lost; Taming of the shrew. 4. All's well that 
ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale; Macbeth. 5. King 
John; Richard II ; Henry iv, part i, 2. 6. Henry v ; Henry vi, 
part i, 2, 3. 7. Richard in ; Henry vin ; Coriolanus. 8. Julius 
C:esar; Antony and Cleopatra; Timon of Athens; Titus An- 
dronicus. 9. Troilus and Cressida; Cymbeline; King Lear; 
Romeo and Juliet. 10. Hamlet; Othello; Pericles; Addenda. 

Belonged to Theo. Parker, and appears to be identical with 
the edition of 1821 (No. 56). 



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60. [Works. Edited by Sir Walter Scott and John 
Gibson Lockhart. Vol. 2-4. Edinburgh : printed 
by y. Ballantvne and co. for A. Constable. 182^.] 
3 v. 8 0.166128 

Contents. 2. Two gentlemen of Verona; Comedy of errors ; 
Love's labour's lost; Merchant of Venice. 3. Midsummer- 
night's dream ; Taming of the shrew; As you like it; Much ado 
about nothing. 4. Merry wives of Windsor ; Measure for meas- 
ure; All's well that ends well; Twelfth night. 

Supposed to be an unique copy of three volumes, all that were 
printed, of a projected edition by Scott and Lockhart. In a let- 
ter of A. Constable to Scott in 1822 the plan is suggested of an 
edition "in twelve or fourteen volumes with a set of readable 
and amusing notes." Further correspondence ensued, and it 
was decided that it should be in ten volumes, the first to be a 
general introduction, including a life of Shakespeare by Scott, 
the editing and notes to be by Lockhart. The last notice of the 
work is in a letter of Constable's, in 1825, in which he says 
" Shakespeare is getting on." His son adds (" A. Constable 
and his literary correspondents," vol. 3, p. 241), "Three vol- 
umes of the edition were completed before the sad crisis in 1826, 
but then laid aside; and ultimately, I have been told, the sheets 
were sold in London as waste paper ! It is even doubted whether 
one copy be now in existence." The volumes were bought by 
T. Road at a sale in Edinburgh. In a memorandum to that 
effect made by him in vol. 2, he adds, " The book bears marks 
of Scott's usual inaccuracies." 

There are no title-pages. Each play has a short introduction 
and brief notes at the foot of the page." 

61. The works of Shakspeare ; from the text of 
Johnson, Steevens, and Reed. With a biographical 
memoir. By W. Harvey. Sher-wood, Jones and co. 
[London. 1825.] Portraits. Illustrations. Incom- 
plete. 8 G.3941.3; No. loin G.3941.22 

Contents. Prolegomena: Memoir, monuments, portraits; 
Chronological order and plots of the dramas ; Clowns and fools ; 
Dramatic contemporaries ; Theatres in his time ; Actors in his 
plays, etc. ; Preface, by Johnson. 

0.3941.3 has a cover upon which is " Supplement to the ' Lon- 
don stage ' edition of Shakspeare." 

62. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare. 
With notes, original and selected, by Samuel Weller 
Singer, and a life of the poet, by Charles Symmons. 
[With sixty engravings on wood, by John Thomp- 
son, from drawings by Stothard, Corbould, Harvey, 
etc] C/n'su'ick: C. Whittingham. 1826. lov. Por- 
trait. 12 G.4045.2 

Contents. \. Preface; Life, etc. ; Tempest; Two gentlemen 
of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor ; Twelfth night. 2. Meas- 
ure for measure; Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Love's labour's lost. 3. Merchant of Venice; As you 
like it; All's well that ends well; Taming of the shrew; 4. 
Winter's tale; Comedy of errors; Macbeth; King John. 5. 
Richard II ; Henry iv, part I, 2 ; Henry v. 6. Henry vi, part i, 
2,3. 7. Richard in; Henry vm; TVoilus and Cfessida. 8. 
Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleo- 
patra. 9. Cymbeline; Titus Andronicus; Pericles; King Lear; 
10. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello. 

Inserted in vol. i is a copy (in John Britton's own handwrit- 
ing) of a letter from him to the publisher, dated P'eb. n, 1826. 
" The text of the present edition is formed upon those of Steevens 
and Malone, occasionally compared with the early editions." 

63. The dramatic works of Shakespeare. Lon- 
don. W. l^ickering. 1826. Engraved title-page. 
(3)> 783 PP- Portrait. Illustrated. 12 G.4045.1 

One of fifty copies, printed on India paper, presented by the 
publishers to P. A. Hanrott, containing thirty-eight plates, 
mostly after T. Stothard. The portrait is the Droeshout, painted 
by Stothard, and engraved by A. Fox. " This edition is most 
accurately printed." Loivndes. 

64. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare ; 
accurately printed from the text of Johnson, Stee- 
vens, and Reed. With explanatory and glossarial 
notes, a sketch of his life, an essay on his writings, 
and a literary and historical notice prefixed to each 
play. Newly arranged, carefully revised, and cor- 
rectly edited^ by Charles Henry Wheeler. The Lon- 
don stereotype edition. 1827. xii, 908 pp. Jansen 
portrait. 8 U G.4031.2 

65. The dramatic works of Shakspeare. W r ith a 
life by C. Symmons, and a glossary. C/iiswick : C. 
and C. Whittingham. 1828. 8 v. in 4. Illustrated. 
32 359.18 



66. [The dramatic works of W. Shakespeare, with 
glossarial notes, a sketch of his life, and an estimate 
of his writings ; newly arranged and edited. Lon- 
don: Moon, Boys and Graves. 1832.] Portrait, the 
Stratford bust. Illustrated. No title-page. F 

G.4030.1 

Appears to be Wheeler's octavo edition of 1830, four pages 
being printed upon one. The full-page illustrations are from 
the Boydell gallery. There are also vignettes, the same as those 
in Whlttingnam's edition, London, 1813. The title has been 
taken from the copy in the Birmingham Shakespeare memorial 
library. 

67. The plays and poems of Shakspeare, with a 
life, glossarial notes, and 170 illustrations from the 
plates in BoydelPs edition. Edited by A. J. Valpy. 
London : A. y. Valpy. 1832-34. 15 v. Portraits. 
Sm. 8 G.4046.1 

Contents. \. Advertisement; Life; Will; Preface by S. 
Johnson; Epitaph by J. Milton; Tempest; Two gentlemen of 
Verona. 2. Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure; 
Comedy of errors. 3. Merchant of Venice ; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Love's labour's lost. 4. Twelfth night; Much ado 
about nothing; As you like it. 5. All's well that ends well; 
Taming of the shrew; Winter's tale. 6. Macbeth; King John; 
Richard n. 7. Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v. 8. Henry VI, 
part i, 2, 3. 9. Richard III ; Henry vin. 10. Troilus and Cres- 
sida; Timon of Athens; Titus Andronicus. H. Pericles; Cor- 
iolanus ; Julius Caesar. 12. Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline. 
13. King Lear; Romeo and Juliet. 14. Hamlet; Othello. 15. 
Poems; Index to the striking passages and beauties. 

Known as Valpy's Cabinet pictorial edition. The text is that 
of Malone, published in 1821. Short historical introductions 
precede each play. The portraits are, in vol. i, the Chandos, 
engraved by Freeman, and in vol. 15, one engraved by T. Star- 
ling. The illustrations are in outline. 

68. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare ; 
with a life of the poet, and notes, original and 
selected. Boston : Hilliard, Gray, and co. 1836. 
yv. Illustrated. 8 G.82.1 

Contents. \. Life; New fafts by J. P. Collier; Will, etc.; 
Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; 
Twelfth night; Measure for measure; Much ado about nothing. 
2. Midsummer-night's dream; Love's labour's lost; Merchant 
of Venice; As you like it; All's well that ends well; Taming ot 
the shrew. 3. Winter's tale; Comedy of errors; Macbeth; 
King John; Richard II ; Henry iv, part i. 4. Henrv iv, part 2 ; 
Henry v; Henry yi, part 1,2,3. 5. Richard HI; Henry vill ;. 
Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Athens; Coriolanus. 6. Julius 
Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline; Titus Andronicus ; 
Pericles. 7. King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello. 

Edited by O. W. B. Peabody, whose name, however, does not 
appear in the work. The text is based on the first folio, the notes 
and life on Singer's edition, 1826. This edition was reprinted 
in 1837 a "d '^39 an( l frequently since without change save in 
dates and publishers. 

69. The dramatic works of Shakspeare. Embel- 
lished with plates and vignettes. In 6 v. Philadel- 
phia : T. T. Ash and H. F. Anners. 1838. Portrait, 
the Chandos. 32 G.89.1 ; 6599a.30 

Contents. \. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry 
wives of Windsor; Love's labour's lost; Comedy of errors; 
Twelfth night; Measure for measure. 2. Much ado about noth- 
ing; Midsummer-night's dream ; Merchant of Venice ; As you 
like it; All's well that ends well; Taming of the shrew. 3. Win- 
ter's tale ; Macbeth ; King John ; Richard II ; Henry I v, part i , 2. 

4. Henry v; Henry yi, part 1,2,3; Richard III ;" Henry vm. 

5. Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; Julius 
Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline. 6, Titus Androni- 
cus; Pericles of Tyre ; King Lear"; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello. 

There are neither introductions nor notes. The plays are 
independently paged. The plates and vignettes, with the ex- 
ception of the portrait, are not found in these copies. 

70. The pictorial edition of the works of Shak- 
spere. Edited by Charles Knight. London : C. 
Knight and co. i8[38-]43- 8 v. Woodcuts. L." 
8 G.4031.3; 2592.5 



[2.] All's well that ends well ; Much ado about nothing ; Twelfth 
nignt; As you like it; Measure for measure; Winter's tale; 
Tcmpi-st. [3.1 King John; Richard II ; Henry iv, part i, 2 ; 
Henry v. [4.J Essay on Henry vi, and Richard III ; Henry vi, 
part 1,3; Contention of the two famous houses of York and 
Lancaster, part i ; Henry vi, part 3; Contention, part 2; Rich- 



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ardm; Henry viil. [5.] Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet; Cymbe- 
line; Othello; Timon of Athens; King Lear. [6.] Macbeth: 
Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; Antony and 
Cleopatra; Supplementary notice to the three Roman plays: 
Poems; Supplementary notice to the poems. [7.] Doubtful 
plays: Titus Andronicus; Pericles of Tyre; The two noble 
kinsmen ; Notices on plays ascribed to Shakspere : Locrine, Sir 
John Oldcastle, etc. ; A Yorkshire tragedy [text] ; Appendix : 
Dedication, address, and commendatory verses ; History of opin- 
ion on the writing's of Shakspere; Shakspere in Germany, by A. 
Ramsay; Indexes. [8.] Biography. 

This edition was published in monthly parts, the first number, 
containing Two gentlemen of Verona, appearing in 1838. The 
text is founded upon and follows very closely that of the first 
folio, 1623. There are critical introductions and notes to each of 
the plays. The volumes are not numbered consecutively, but the 
Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies are each in two volumes and 
are so designated on the title-pages, which are distinct. Vol. i 
of the histories was the first published. The title-pages are un- 
dated with the exception of the Poems, 1841, and the Biography, 
letter-press title-page 1842, engraved title-page 1843. Inserted in 
vol. i is a letter from the editor to Thomas Rodd, dated Nov. Q, 
1848. 6.3037.23 is W. E. Burton's copy of the " Essay on Henry 
vi" and the " Postscript to the sixth volume." 

71. The works of Shakspere revised from the 
best authorities : with a memoir, and essay on his 
genius, by Barry Cornwall [pseud, of B. W. Proc- 
ter] : also, annotations and introductory remarks on 
the plays, by many distinguished writers : illustrated 
with engravings on wood, from designs by Kenny 
Meadows. London : R. Tyas. i8[39]-43- 3 v. 
L. 8 G.4031.4 

Contents. 1. Memoir and essay; Will; Verses; Comedies. 
2. Tragedies. 3. Histories: Titus Andronicus; Pericles; Po- 
ems ; Glossary. 

One of 12 copies printed upon India paper, on one side of the 
leaf only. The work was published in parts, the first number 
appearing in 1839. According to the prospectus, the life and 
essay were to be by Douglas Jerrold. The introductions to the 
plays were written'by R. H. Home, T. Wade, P:. W. Elton, C. 
Wfiitehead, and J. (5gden, the latter of whom also edited the 
whole work. 

72. The works of William Shakespeare. The text 
formed from an entirely new collation of the old edi- 
tions : with the various readings, notes, a life of the 
poet, and a history of the early English stage. By 
J. Payne Collier. In 8 v. London : Whittaker and 
co. 1842-44. Portrait, the Droeshout. 8 

G.4032.1 ; 2592.6 

Contents. \. Preface; History of the English drama and 
stage to the time of Shakespeare; Life; Will, etc. ; Glossarial 
index; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of 
Windsor. 2. Measure for measure ; Comedy of errors ; Much 
ado about nothing; Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Merchant of Venice. 3. As you like it; Taming of the 
shrew; All's well that ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 
4. King John; Richard n; Henry IV, part i, 2; Henry v. 5. 
Henry vi, part i, 2,3; Richard in ; Henry viil. 6. Troilus and 
Cress'ida; Coriolanus; Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Juliet; 
Timon of Athens. 7. Julius Caesar; Macbeth; Hamlet; King 
Lear ; Othello. 8. Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline ; Peri- 
cles; Poems. 

Vol. i has the imprint 1844, vol. 2-6, 1842, vol. 7, 8, 1843. 
A copy of the " Notes and emendations ... a Supplementary 
volume " is added to each of these sets as a ninth volume. 

73. The dramatic works and poems of William 
Shakspeare, with notes, original and selected, and 
introductory remarks to each play, by Samuel Wel- 
ler Singer, and a life of the po'et, by Charles Sym- 
mons. In 2 v. Neiv York: Harper and brothers. 
1843. Portrait, the Chandos. Illustrations. 8 

6590a.5 

Contents. \. Preface; Life; Tempest; Two gentlemen of 
Verona; Merry wives ot Windsor; Twelfth night; Measure for 
measure; Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's dream ; 
Love's labour's lost; Merchant of Venice; As you like it; All's 
.well that ends well; Taming of the shrew; Winter's tale; Com- 
edy of errors ; Macbeth ; King John ; Richard n ; Henry IV, 
part 1,2; Henry v. 2. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; Richard in; 
Henry viil ; Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Athens; Coriola- 
nus; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Titus 
Andronicus; Pericles; King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello ; Poems. 

The illustrations are outline drawings by Retzsch, Northcote, 
and others. 

74. The dramatic works of William Shakspere. 
From the text of the corrected copies of Steevens and 

2 3,4,73. 9 



Malone, with a life of the poet, by C. Symmons. The 
seven ages of man ; embellished with elegant en- 
gravings. And a glossary. Hartford: W. Andrus. 
1843. xx, 844 pp. Plate of medal. S'm. 12 G.87.4 

Contents. Life; Verses; Preface of the players; Seven ages 
of man (with wood-cuts) ; Plays. 

75. The plays and poems of William Shakespeare. 
[ Vol. 7 printed from the text of J. Payne Collier.] 
With the life and portrait of the poet. In 7 v. Leip- 
zig: B. Tauchnitz. 1843, 44. 16 394.7 

76. Shakespeare's plays : with his life. Illus- 
trate'd with many hundred wood-cuts, executed by 
H. W. Hewet, after designs by Meadows, Harvey, 
and others. Edited by Gulian C. Verplanck. With 
critical introductions, notes, etc., original and se- 
lected. In 3 v. Ne-w York : Harper and brothers. 
[i844]-i847- Portraits. L. 12 G.4041.1 ; 4591.5 

Contents. \, Preface ; Order of the plays ; Life by Rowe ; 
Life abridged from Collier; Will, etc. ; Commendatory verses; 
Name and autographs; Histories. 2. Comedies. 3. Trage- 
dies. 

The first number of the parts in which this edition was pub- 
lished, appeared in 1844, II . W. Hewet publisher and engraver 
of the wood-cuts. It is an imitation of Knight's Pictorial edition, 
the most of its illustrations being used with others of an inferior 
quality. The text is founded upon Collier. Some of the covers 
to the original numbers read "The illustrations designed, se- 
lected and arranged by Kob. W. Weir." The title was afterwards 
changed to " Harper's illuminated and illustrated Shakespeare." 

6.4041.2 is the first 27 nos. of this edition containing Hamlet, 
Macbeth, Othello, Merry wives of Windsor, Romeo and Juliet, 
King Lear, Cymbeline, pp. 1-52. Inserted in this volume is a 
manuscript letter from the editor to Mr. Barton, dated Feb. 22, 
184-, having reference to this work and other Shakespearian 
matters. 

77. The pictorial edition of the works of Shak- 
spere. Edited by Charles Knight. London : C. 
Knight and co. [184=;.] 8 v. Woodcuts. 8 

4593.3 

Contents same as in first edition (No. 70), and there is no ap- 
parent difference between the two, save the name of the printer. 

78. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare ; 
with a life of the poet, and notes, original and se- 
leclted. Boston : Phillips, Sampson, and co. 1849. 
7 v. Portrait. 8 6590a.4 

Contents the same as in the first edition (No. 68). 

79. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare, 
accurately printed from the text of the corrected 
copv left by the late George Stevens. With a glos- 
sary and notes, and a sketch of the life of the poet. 
With 40 illustrations. In 2 v. Boston : Phillips, 
Sampson, and co. 1850. 2 v. in i. Portrait, the 
Chandos. 8 6590a.6 

Contents. \. Life; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; 
Merry wives of Windsor ; Twelfth night ; Measure for measure ; 
Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's dream; Love's 
labour's lost; Merchant of Venice; As you like it; All's well 
that ends well ; Taming of the shrew ; Winter's tale ; Comedy 
of errors; Macbeth; King John; Richard II ; Henry iv, part i, 
2; Henry v. 2. Henry vi, part 1,2,3; Richard III ; Henry 
viil ; Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; 
Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Titus An- 
dronicus; Pericles; King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; 
Othello; Glossary. 

80. The complete works of Shakspere revised 
from the original editions, with historical introduc- 
tions, and notes explanatory and critical ; a life of 
the poet, and an introductory essay on his phraseol- 
ogy and metre. By J. O. Halliwell and other emi- 
nent commentators. J. Tallis and co. London. 

4 v. Portraits. Illustrations. L. 8 

G.4041.3 



. [4.] 

Andronicus: Pericles; Yorkshire tragedy; London prodigal: 
Sir John Oldcastle, first part; Thomas, Lord Cromwell; Puri- 
tan ; Locrine ; Edward ill ; Merry devil of Edmonton ; Fair 
Em; Mucedorus; Arden of Feversham ; Birth of Merlin; Two 
noble kinsmen. 



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SHAKESPEARE 



This edition, which is disavowed by Mr. Halliwell (see Lon- 
don Times for October, 1850, and the preface to his edition of the 
Comedies, London, 1854, No. 93), was published in parts, the first 
number appearing in November, 1850, and is a reprint in part of an 
American edition. It is printed in two columns. The third vol- 
ume has upon the title-page, " Illustrated by portraits engraved 
on steel of the greatest actors of the age, in the characters of our 
great poet. London printing and publishing co." The life and 
many of the introductions are by Henry Tyrrell, and the whole 
of vol. 4 is edited by him. 

The title-pages vary somewhat, and upon the covers it is 
called "Talhs's librarv edition." Tyrrell's name alone appears 
on the title-page of vol. 4. 

81. Complete works of Shakespeare. Illustrated 
by T. H. Nicholson. Edited by Samuel Phelps. 
Engravings by C. W. Sheeres. [Part I, iv.] Lon- 
don: Willoughbv and co. [18151. ] Incomplete. 8 

G.4010.11 

Contents. Part 1. Tempest. 4. A biographical sketch of 
\V. C. Macready by \V. J. Fox, and full particulars of his last 
appearances at the Theatres Royal. Haymarket and Drury-Lane, 
with a portrait by R. Thorburn ; Macbeth. 

Title taken from the engraved title-page. 

82. The works of Shakespeare : the text carefully 
restored according to the first editions ; with intro- 
ductions, notes original and selected, and a life of 
the poet; by H. N. Hudson. In n v. Boston: J. 
Mittiroe and co. 1851-56. Portrait, the Chandos. 
Wood-cuts. 12 G.4036.3 

Contents. \. Preface, etc. ; Tempest ; Two gentlemen of Ve- 
rona; Merry wives of Windsor: Twelfth night. 2. Measure 
for measure; Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Love's labour's lost. 3. Merchant of Venice; As you 
like it; All's well that ends well; Taming of the shrew. 4. 
Winter's tale; Comedy of errors ; Macbeth; King John. 5. 
Richard n ; Henry iv, part 1,2: Henry v. 0. Henry VI, part 
> 2 i 3- 7. Richard III ; Henry vili; Troilus and Cressida. 8. 
Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; Julius Cassar; Antony and Cleo- 
patra. 9. Cymbeline; Titus Andronicus ; Pericles of Tyre; 
I -ear. lO. Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet; Othello. H. Life 
akespeare; An historical sketch of the Bnglish drama 
Shakespeare, by the editor; Poems and Sonnets. 

;v reprint of the Chiswick edition, including the wood-cuts, 
with alterations in the text, additional notes from Halliwell and 
others, and a supplementary volume containing the poems and 
essays by the editor. The introductions to the several plays are 
based in part on the editor's lectures on Shakespeare. In vol. n 
is inserted a letter from him to the publishers, dated Sept. 30, 
1856. 6.3941.14 is another copy of vol. 11. 

83. The dramatic works of William Shakespeare. 
With ~ ' ;sarv. London: W. White. 1852. viii. 

). Portrait, the Droeshout. 8 G.4043.3 
the Lansdowne rubricated edition. The text is 
t of Collier. It was published in London, in parts, 
listinguished from others in that the names of the 
1 stage directions are printed in red ink. It con- 
i abdication to the Marquis of Lansdowne, life of Shake- 
speare, chronological catalogue of his writings, dedication of 
the players, commendatory verses, and at the end a glossary, 
but neither introductions nor notes. There is bound in the first 
part the Prospectus with specimen pages. 

84. The dramatic works of Shakspeare. From 
the text of Johnson and Steevens. With a complete 
glossary. Complete in one volume. Illustrated. 
Ne-w Tork : Leavitt and Allen. 1852. xii, 1062 pp. 

6590a.7 

Contains Life by Rowe. 

85. The supplementary works of William Shak- 
speare. comprising his poems and doubtful plays; 
with glossarial and other notes A new edition,"by 
William Hazlitt. London: G. Routledge and co. 
1852. vi, (0,525 pp. Sm. 8 G.4046.3 

Contents. Preface; Pericles; Locrine; Sir John Oldcastle, 
part i; Thomas, Lord Cromwell; London prodigal; Puritan; 
Yorkshire tragedy ; Titus Andronicus ; Poems. 

The signatures run, vol. v. 

86. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare, 
from the text of Johnson, Stevens, and Reed, with 
glossarial notes, life. etc. A new edition, bv Wil- 
liam Hazlitt. In 4 v. London : G. Rotttlcd'gc and 
co. 1853. Sm. 8 G.4046.2 

Contents. 1. Life by W. Hazlitt; Merry wives of Windsor; 
Twelfth night; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Measure 



for measure; Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Love's labour's lost; Merchant of Venice ; As you like 
it. 2. All's well that ends well; Taming of the shrew; Win- 
ter's tale; Comedy of errors; Macbeth; King John; Richard n ; 
Henry iv. part 1,2. 3. Henry v ; Henrv vi, part I, 2, 3; Rich- 
ard 111; Henry viii ; Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus. 4. Ju- 
lius Ciesar: Antony and Cleopatra; Timon of Athens; Cymbe- 
line; King Lear; Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet; Othello. 

87. The plays of Shakespeare : the text regulated 
by the old copies, and by the recently discovered 
folio of 1632, containing earlv manuscript emen- 
dations. Edited by J. Payne Collier. London: Whit- 
taker and co. i8<;3. xv, (i), 884 pp. Portrait, the 
Droeshout. Fac-simile L. 8 G.4032.3 

Contains a preface by the editor, the dedication and preface of 
the players and the commendatory verses, but neither introduc- 
tions nor notes. The list of emendations of the text is given in 
Collier's "Notes and emendations." 1853. See Collier contro- 
versy. 

88. The works of Shakespeare. The text regu- 
lated by the recently discovered folio of 1632, con- 
taining early manuscript emendations with a history 
of the stage, a life of the poet, and an introduction 
to each play by J. Payne Collier. To which are 
added glossarial and other notes and the readings 
of former editions. In 8 v. Redfield : Neiv York. 
1853. Incomplete. 12 326.2 

89. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and po- 
ems, of William Shakspere, with a biography, and 
studies of his works, by Charles Knight. Pidtorial 
and national edition. In 8 v. Boston : Little, Brown, 
and co. 1853. Incomplete. 8 322.4 

The London edition with a new title-page. 

90. The works of William Shakespeare, the 
text formed from a new collation of the early edi- 
tions : to which are added all the original novels 
and tales on which the plays are founded ; copious 
archaeological annotations on each play; an essay 
on the formation of the text; and a life of the poet: 
by James O. Halliwell. The illustrations and wood- 
engravings by Frederick William Fairholt. Lon- 
don: printed for the editor bv C. and y. Adlard. 
1853-65. 16 v. Portrait, the Stratford bust. Fac- 
similes'. F G.4030.2 

Contents. 1. Preface ; List of plates ; List of illustrations ; 
Life; The formation of the text; Tempest. 2. Two gentle- 
men of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Introduction, includ- 
ing " A comedy of Syr John FalstafFe and The merry wives of 
'Windsor." 3. Meas~ure for measure; Notes, including "The 
historye of Promos and Cassandra, by George \Vhetstones ; " 
Comedy of errors; Introduction, including " Menaechmi, out of 
Plautus. Written in English by W. Wfarner]." 4. Much ado 
about nothing; Love's labour's lost. 5. Midsummer-night's 
dream ; Mercnant of Venice. 6. As you like it : Introduction, 
containing " Rosalynde, Kuphues golden legacie, by Thomas 
Lodge;" Taming of the shrew : Introduction, containing "The 
taming of a -shrew." 7. All's well that ends well; Twelfth 
night. 8. Winter's tale: Introduction, containing " Dorastus 



' P a 

v. H. Henry vi, part i, 2: Introduction, containing "The first 
part of the contention of the two famous houses of Yorke and 
Lancaster;" Part 3 : Introduction, containing " The true trage- 
die of Richard duke of Yorke;" Richard in. 12. Henry viii : 
Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus. 13. Titus Andronicus ; Ro- 
meo and Juliet : Introduction, containing " Roineus and luliet, 
written first in Italian by Bandell, and nowe in Knglishe by 
A[rthur] Br[ooke] ; " Timon of Athens; Julius Caesar. 14. 
Macbeth ; Hamlet : Introduction, containing " Hvstorie of 
Hamblet translated from the French of F. de Befleforest ; " 
King Lear. 15. Othello; Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline, 
Acts 1-3. 16. Cymbeline, Acts 4,5; Pericles of Tyre; Venus 
and Adonis; Lucrece ; Sonnets; Lover's complaint; Passionate 
pilgrim ; Phoenix and turtle. 

The most extensive repository of literary, historical, and 
archseological information regarding Shakespeare and his writ- 
ings to be found in any single work ; and typographically, the 
most sumptuous edition existing. Only one hundred and fifty 
copies were printed. Titus Andronicus and Henry vi are printed 
in small type, as the editor doubts whether Shakespeare wrote 
them. Inserted in vol. 5 are manuscript letters from Halliwell, 
dated Feb. 4, 1856, and Fairholt in respect to this work, dated 
April 9, 1856. Lists of subscribers are contained in each volume, 
and in the first volume of this set is inserted a Prospectus of the 
whole work. 



COLLECTED WORKS 



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_91. The Stratford Shakspere. Edited by Charles 
"light. Vol. I, n. London: T. Hodgson. 1854. 
in i. Portrait, the Stratford bust. Vignettes. 



i a 



Facsimile. Incomplete. Sm. 



G.4012.1 



Contents. 1. Introduction ; Fadts connected with the life and 
writings of Shakspere ; Notice of original editions. 2. Tem- 
pest ; Two gentlemen of Verona. 

0.3920.26 is a volume with the following title: "Specimen. 
The Stratford Shakspere. Edited by Charles Knight. To he 
published in twelve monthly volumes, foolscap oi'tavo, at half a 
crown. London: 1853." On the cover is written "forj. Brit- 
ton, from the Kditor." 0.3941.13 is another copy of vol. i of this 
edition, published in 1854-56 in 10 v. The "Notice of original 
editions," which is much longer in the " Specimen" than in the 
completed work, was published separatelv under the title " Old 
lamps, or new?" with twenty pages of additional matter. 

92. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare ; 
with a life of the poet, and notes, original and se- 
lected. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and co. 18^4. 
8 v. Portrait, the Chandos. 8 6591.3 

Contents. 1-7. Same as in the first edition (No. 68). 8. Po- 
etical works. 

This edition seems to be printed from the plates used for the 
edition of 1836. A portrait has been inserted and the engravings 
in that edition have been omitted. Vol. 8 has a distinct title- 
page, but the signatures run " vol. 8." 

93. The comedies of William Shakespeare : ed- 
ited, with introductions and notes, critical and ex- 
planatory, by J. O. Halliwell. Reprinted from the 
American edition. London : printed for private 
circulation only. 1854. (2), 624 pp. L. 8 

G.4041.4 

One of twenty copies. The comedies and a portion of the 
histories were printed in New York in 1850, 51, when the publi- 
cation was discontinued on account of its being republished in 
London .by Tallis and co. See No. So. 

94. Shakspere's Werke. Herausgegeben und er- 
kliirt von Nicolaus Delius. Elberfeld, 1854-65. R,. 
L. Friderichs. 8 v. 8 G.4042.1 

Contents. \. Hamlet; Othello; King Lear; Macbeth; Ti- 
mon of Athens; Titus Andronicus. 2. Romeo and Juliet; 
Cymbeline; Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; 
Antony and Cleopatra. 8. King John ; Richard II ; Henry iv, 
part 1,2; Henry v. 4. Henry vi, part i; Part 2 : Einleitung, 
including "The first part of the contention of Yorke and Lan- 
caster;" Part 3 : Einleitung, including "The true tragedie of 
Richard duke of Yorke;" Richard in; Henry vm. 5. Two 
gentlemen of Verona ; Comedy of errors ; Love's labour's lost ; 
All's well that ends well ; Midsummer-night's dream ; Taming 
of the shrew ; Merchant of Venice. 6. Much ado about noth- 
ing; Merrv wives of Windsor; Twelfth night; As you like it; 
Measure for measure; Winter's tale; Tempest. 7". Pericles; 
Poems; Biographische Nachrichten ; Index. [8.] Nachtrage 
und Berichtigungen. Mil dem Portrait Shakspere's. 

The text is in English, the introductions and notes in Ger- 
man. The plays were all published separatelv and have inde- 
pendent title-pages. Vol. 7 is dated 1861 ; the supplemental 
volume 1865, and contains the Chandos portrait. 0.4012.23 is a 
copy of Hamlet of this edition. 

95. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare. 
With life, glossary, and poems, 42 illustrations on 
steel. In 8 v. Philadelphia : J. B. Smith and co. 
[1855?] Portraits. 16 6599a.7 

Contents. 1. Life; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; 
Merry wives of Windsor; Twelfth night; Measure for measure. 
2. Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's dream; Love's 
labour's lost; Merchant of Venice; As you like it; All's well 
that ends well. 3. Taming of the shrew ; Winter's tale; Com- 
edy of errors: Macbeth; King John; Richard n. 4. Henry iv, 
part 1,2; Henry v; Henry vi, part i, 2. 5. Henry vi, part 3 ; 
Richard in ; Henry vm ; Troilus and Cressida; Timon of Ath- 
ens. 6. Coriolanus; Julius Casar; Antony and Cleopatra; 
Cymbeline; Titus Andronicus. 7. Pericles;" King Lear; Ro- 
meo and Juliet; Hamlet. 8. Othello; Poems; Glossary. 

There are neither introductions nor notes. 

96. The dramatic works of William Shakespeare. 
The text carefully revised with notes, bv Samuel 
Weller Singer. The life of the poet and critical 
essays on the plays by William Watkiss Lloyd. 
[With vignettes engraved on wood by J. Thompson 
from drawings by Stothard.] London : Bell and 
Daldy. 18^6. 10 v. Portrait, the Stratford bust. 
Fac-similes. 12 G.4045.3 



f 



Contents. \. Preface; Life ; Will; Dedication and preface; 
Commendatory verses; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona: 
Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure. 2. Comedy of 
errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's labour's lost; Mid- 
summer-night's dream ; Merchant of Venice. 3. As vou like 
it; Taming of the shrew; All's well that ends well; Twelfth 
night. 4. Winter's tale ; Pericles; King John; Richard n. 5. 
Henry iv, part i, 2; Henrv v. 6. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; Rich- 
ard HI. 7. Henry vm ; Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus. 8. 
Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Juliet; Timon of Athens; Julius 
Ca.-sar. 9. Macbeth; Hamlet; King Lear. 10. Othello; An- 
tony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline. 

In the first volume are inserted'the Prospectus dated March, 
1853, an autograph letter of Singer to Russell Smith, dated Nov. 
19, 1855, referring to this work, and one of Lloyd to Singer, dated 
Sept. 30, 1852. The set has the book-plate (coat of arms) of 
Joseph Walter King Eyton. 

97. The complete works of Shakespeare, from 
the original text: carefully collated and compared 
with the editions of Halliwell, Knight, and Collier: 
with historical and critical introductions, and notes 
to each play : and a life of the great dramatist, by ' 
Charles Knight. Illustrated with new and finely 
executed steel engravings, chiefly portraits in char- 
after of celebrated American actors, drawn from 
life, expressly for this edition. New York : Mar- 
tin, Johnson, and co. [1856.] 3 v. liv, 1725 pp. 
Portrait, the Chandos. 4 4591.4 

Contents. [1.] Life ; Will ; Comedies. [2.] General intro- 
duction to the historical plays by J. O. Halliwell; Histories. 
[3.] Tragedies; Poems; Commendatory verses. 

The portraits are dated 1855-59. The engraved title-pages of 
vol. 2, 3 are dated 1856. 

98. The complete works of William Shakspeare, 
dramatic and poetic : the text from the corrected 
copy of the late G. Steevens. With glossarial notes, 
aBfcl a memoir, by A. Chalmers. 40 illustrations. 
Complete in one volume. New York : Miller, Or- 
ton and Mulligan. 18^6. x. 7-988 pp. Portrait, 
the Chandos. 8 G 6590a.3 

99. The works of William Shakespeare. The 
text revised by A. Dyce. London : E. Moxon. i8^7- 
6 v. Portrait, the Stratford bust. 8 G.4043.1 

Contents. \. Preface ; Will ; Early editions ; Dedication, etc. ; 
Commendatory verses ; Account of the plays ; Addenda and 
corrigenda; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives 
of Windsor; Measure for measure : Comedy of errors. 2. Much 
ado about nothing; Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Merchant of Venice; As you like it; Taming of the 
shrew; All's well that ends well. 3. Twelfth night; Winter's 
tale; King John; Richard II ; Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v. 
4. Henry vi, part 1,2, 3; Richard HI ; Henry vm; Troilus and 
Cressida; Coriolanus. 5. Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Ju- 
liet; Timon of Athens; Julius C;esar; Macbeth; Hamlet; King 
Lear. 6. Othello; Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Peri- 
cles ; Poems. 

Inserted in vol. I is a manuscript letter from A. Dyce to R. 
G. White, dated Nov. 30, 1854, of which the following is an ex- 
tra5t : " I have not only changed my mind (such is the uncer 
tainty of criticism) about the readings in various passages of the 
plays which occupy the two first volumes, but I have also devi- 
ated from the plan of annotation with which I commenced the 
work: and the consequence of all this is, that several SHEETS 
throughout the first and second volumes must be conceited, an 
operation which cannot take place till the whole is completed. 
To allow any portion of the edition to get abroad at present is 
therefore out of the question." 

100. The plays and poems of Shakespeare, ac- 
cording to the improved text of E. Malone, including 
the latest revisions, with a life, glossarial notes, an 
index, and 170 illustrations, from designs by Eng- 
lish artists. Edited by A. J. Valpy. In 15 v. Lon- 
don : H. G. Bohn. 18^7. Portrait. Srn^ 8 

4599a.2 

The contents are the same as in the first edition, 1832 (No. 67). 

101. The works of Shakespeare. The text regu- 
lated by the recentlv discovered folio of 1632, con- 
taining early manuscript emendations. With a 
history of the stage, a life of the poet, and an intro- 
duction to each play by J. P. Collier. To which are 
added, glossarial and other notes and the readings 
of former editions. Red field : New York. 1857. 



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(i), 4, (i), cvii, 966 pp. Portrait, the Droeshout. 
Illustrated. 8 G.82.2 

The engraved title-page is dated 1853. 

102. The works of William Shakespeare. The 
piny* edited from the folio of 1623, with various 
readings from all the editions and all the com- 
mentators, notes, introductory remarks, a histori- 
cal sketch of the text, an account of the rise and 
progress of the English drama, a memoir of the poet, 
and an essay on his genius by Richard Grant 
White. Boston: Little, Brorvn and co. 1857-66. 
12 v. Portraits. Illustrations. Fac-similes. 8 

G.4044.1 ; 4597.3 

Contents. \. Dedication to T. P. Barton : Preface ; Supple- 
mentary notes ; Memoirs; Will; Chronological table ; The por- 
traits :iiul autographs; The .English drama; Shakespeare's 
genius; Historical sketch of the text; Poems. 2. Preliminary 
matter to the folio of 1623; Remarks : Tempest; Two gentlemen 
of Verona: Merry wives of Windsor. 3. -Measure for measure; 
Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's labour's 
lost. 4. Midsummer-night's dream: Merchant of Venire: As 
you like it; Taming of the shrew. 5. All's well that ends well: 
Twelfth night: Winter's tale. g. King John; Richard 11 : Hen- 
ry iv, part 1,2. 7. Henry v; Henry vi, part 1,2; Essay on the 
authorship of Henry vi. 8. Henrv vi, part 3; Richard in; 
Henry vni. 9. Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus ; Titus An- 
dronicus. 10. Romeo and Juliet; Timon of Athens; Julius 
Osar: Macbeth. 11. Hamlet; King Lear; Othello. 12. An- 
tony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Pericles; English pronuncia- 
tion in the Elizabethan era; Table of readings, etc. ; Index to 
notes. 

0.4044.1 is one of fifty copies printed on large paper. The 
portraits are, in vol. i/the Felton, in vol. 2, the Droeshout. 
Vol. i appeared in 1866, vol. 2-12 in 1857-62. In his dedication, 
the editor acknowledges, that, without the aid of Mr. Barton, 
his work, which is the best edition in all respects published in 
America up to this date, could not have been completed. 

103. Shakespeare's comedies, histories, trage- 
dies, and poems. Edited by J. P. Collier. The sec- 
ond edition. In 6 v. London : Whittaker and co. 
1858. Portrait, the Droeshout. 8 G.4032.4 

Contents. 1. Prefaces; History of the stage; Life; Will; 
Index to the life, etc.; Supplemental notes; Tempest; Two 
gentlemen of Verona: Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for 
measure; Comedy of errors. 2. Much ado about nothing; 
Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of 
Venice; As von like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well that 
ends well; Twelfth night. 3. Winter's tale; King John; Rich- 
ard II ; Henry iv, part i, 2; Henry v; Henry VI, part i. 4. 
Henry vi, part 2, 3; Richard in ; Henry vni ; Troilus and Cres- 
sida; Coriolanus. 5. Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Juliet; 
Timon of Athens; Julius Csesar; Macbeth; Hamlet; King 
Lear. 6. Othello; Antony and Cleopatra: Cymbeline; Peri- 
cles; Poems; Indicial glossary. 

The first edition was published in 1842-44 (No. 72). The 
edition published in 1853, by Collier, is simply a publication of 
the text without notes. 

104. The dramatic works of William Shake- 
speare. With a glossary. A new edition, corrected 
and improved. London : H. G. Bohn. iS<$8. viii, 
(4), 1 1 24 pp. 8 '2596.20 

Lansdowne edition (No. 83) unchanged. 

105. The plays of Shakespeare. Edited by How- 
ard Staunton. The illustrations by John Gilbert. 
Engraved by the brothers Dalziel. London: G. 
Routledgc and co. 181,8-60. 3 v. Portrait, in vol. 
3, the Stratford bust. 'L. 8 G.4041.5 

Contfntf. 1. Two gentlemen of Verona; Love's labour's 
lost; Comedy of errors; Romeo and Juliet; Taming of the 
shrew; King John: Midsummer-night's dream : Merchant of 
Venice; Richard n; Henry IV, part I, a: Merry wives of Wind- 
sor; Much ado about nothing. 2. All's well" that ends well; 
Henry v; As you like it; Pericles: Twelfth night; Henry vi. 
part i, 2, 3; Timon of Athens; Richard m : Measure for meas- 
ure; Henry vni ; Cymbeline. 3. Preface: Life; Will; Appen- 
dix; Dedication and address; Verses; Addenda: Tempest; 
King Lear; Coriolanus; Winter's tale: Troilus and Cressida; 
Hamlet; Julius Ca-sar; Macbeth: Antony and Cleopatra' Titus 
Andronicus; Othello; Poems; Glossaria'l index. 

Published in 50 numbers. Inserted in vol. i is an autograph 
letter of the editor, dated April 29, 1859. 

106. The works of William Shakespeare. The 
text regulated by the folio of 1632 ; with readings 
from former editions, a history of the stage, a life of 



the poet, and an introduction to each play. To 
which are added glossorial [s/c] and other notes, b' 
Knight, Dyce, Douce, Collier, Halliwell, Hunte; 
and Richardson. In 8 v. Boston: Crosby, Nicliol. . 
Lee and co. 1860. Portrait, the Stratford bust. S 

6596.18 

Coiifi'iils. 1. Preface; Dedication; Verses ; History of the 
English Mage, and Life, by J. P. Collier ; Will; Tempest; Two 
gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor. 2. Measure 
for measure; Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; 
Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's dream: Merchant of 
Venice. 3. *\ s you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well 
that ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 4. King John; 
Richard n; Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v. 5. Henry vi, part 
1,2,3; Richard in : Henry vni. 6. Troilus and Cressida; 
Coriolanus: Titus Andronicus: Romeo and Juliet: Timon of 
Athens. 7. Julius C;esar; Macbeth; Hamlet; King Lear; 
Othello. 8. Antony and Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Pericles; 
Poems. 

Known as the Library edition, and follows the text of Collier's 
second edition, 1858. T"he " History of the stage" and " Life of 
the poet" are copied verbatim without acknowledgment from 
Collier's first edition, 1842-44. 

107. Shakespeare's works. Edited, with a scru- 
pulous revision of the text, by Mary Cowden Clarke. 
Illustrated with steel engravings. In 2 v. New 
York : D. Afpleton and co. 1860. Portrait, the 
Droeshout. L. 8 G.4041.6 

Contents. \. Preface; Chronological table; Will; Dedica- 
tion and address, 1623; Verses; Glossary; Addenda; Tempest; 
Two gentlemen of Verona ; Merry wives of Windsor ; Measure 
for measure; Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; 
Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of 
Venice; Asyou like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well that 
ends well; Twelfth night; Winter's tale; King John; Richard 
II ; Henry IV, part i, 2; Henry v; Henry vi, part I. 2. Henry 
v i, part 2,3; Richard in; Henry vni ; Troilus and Cressida; 
Coriolanus; Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Juliet; Timon of 
Athens; Julius Cwsar; Macbeth : Hamlet; King Lear: Othello; 
Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline ; Pericles ; Poems. 

The illustrations, with the exception of the portrait, are of the 
female characters in the plays. The addenda to the glossary in 
vol. i is wanting in this copy. In the same volume is inserted a 
manuscript letter from Mrs. Clark to C. Layton in regard to this 
work, dated Oft. 16, 1859. 

108. Chambers's household edition of the dra- 
matic works of William Shakespeare. Edited by R- 
Carruthers and W. Chambers. Illustrated by Kee- 
ley Halswelle. W. and If. Chambers, London. 1861 
1863. 10 v. Portrait. Sm. 8 1326.1 

109. The works of William Shakespeare. The 
text regulated by the folio of 1632 ; with readings 
from former editions, a history of the stage, a life of 
the poet, and an introduction to each play. To 
which are added glossorial \_sic~] and other notes, by 
Knight, Dyce, Douce, Collier, Halliwell, Hunter, 
and Richardson. In 8 v. New York : Sheldon and 
co. 1862. Portrait. 8 4599.1 

Contents the same as in No. 106, this edition, known as the 
Riverside edition, being printed from the same plates, but on 
smaller paper. 

110. The works of William Shakespeare. Edited 
by William George Clarke and John Glover [v. 2-9, 
William Aldis Wright]. Cambridge: Macmillan 
and co. 1863-66. 9 v. 8 G.4042.2 ; 4592.5 

Contents. \. Preface ; Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona ; 
Merry wives of Windsor; Syr lohn Falstafie; Measure for 
measure; Comedy of errors.' 2. Much ado about nothing; 
Love's labour's lost; Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of 
Venice; As von like it. 3. Taming of the shrew; All's well 
that ends well: Twelfth night; Winter's tale. 4. King John; 
Richard II ; Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v; The chronicle historic 
of Henry the fit't. 5. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; The first part of the 
contention of the two famovs houses of Yorke and Lancaster : 
The true tragedie of Richard duke of Yorke; Richard in. Q. 
Henry viii ; Troilus and Cressida: Coriolanus; Titus Androni- 
cus. 7. Romeo and Juliet; An excellent conceited tragedie of 
Romeo and lulict, reprint of first quarto; Timon of Athens ; 
Julius C;esar; Macbeth. 8. Hamlet; The tragical! historic of 
Hamlet, prince of Denmarke, reprint of first quarto ; King Lear; 
Othello. 9. Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline ; Pericles ; 
Poems. 

Known as the " Cambridge Shakespeare." The notes consti- 
tute the most thorough record of collations of the text that exists 
for all the plays. Glover assisted in editing the first volume only, 



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and was succeeded by \V. A. Wright, whose name appears on 
the title-pages of the other volumes. 0.4042.2 wants vol. 8, 9. 
" Shakspeareana genealogica by G. R. French, Cambridge, 
1869," was published ;is a supplemental volume to this edition. 

111. The dramatic works [of] William Shak- 
speare. from the text of Johnson, Stevens, and 
Reed. With glossarial notes, his life, etc. By Nich- 
olas Rowe. London : Rotttledge, Warne, and Rout- 
Icdgc. 1863. (2), 971 pp. Portraits. 8 4595.8 

The frontispiece is the five principal portraits of Shakespeare. 

112. The works of William Shakespeare. The 
text revised by A. Dyce. In 9 v. Second edition. 
London : Chapman and Hall. 1864-67. Portrait. 
Fac-simile. 8 G.4043.2 ; 4597.2 

Contents. \. Prefaces; Life; Will; Appendix; Karly edi- 
tions: Dedication, etc.; Verses; Tempest; Two gentlemen of 
Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure. 2. 
Comedy of errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's labour's 
lost: Midsummer-night's dream; Merchant of Venice. 3. As 
you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's \vell that ends well; 
Twelfth night; The winter's tale. 4. King John; Richard n; 
Henry iv, part 1,2; Henry v. 5. Henry VI, part i, 2, 3; Rich- 
ard in; Henrv vm. 6. Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus; 
Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Juliet; Timon of Athens; Julius 
Caesar. 7. Macbeth; Hamlet; King Lear; Othello; Antony 
and Cleopatra; Cyinbeline. 8. Pericles; Two noble kinsmen; 
Poems; Addenda and corrigenda. 9. Glossary. 

Portrait, vol. i, the Stratford bust, vol. 2, the Droeshout. The 
title-pages of vol. 1-7 read "In8v;" the others read "In pv." 
At the end of vol. S are new title-pages for the preceding vols., 
reading " In 9 v." 0.4043.2 lacks the last three volumes. 

113. The reference Shakspere : a memorial edi- 
tion of Shakspere's plays, containing 11,600 refer- 
ences. Compiled by John B. Marsh. London : 
Simpkin* Marshall* and co. 1864. (i), vi, (2). 92^ 
pp. L. 8 4595.4 

114. The complete works of William Shake- 
speare. From the text of Johnson, Steevens. and 
Reed. With biographical sketch, bv Marv Cowden 
Clarke. Edinburgh: W. P. Nimmo. 1864. (i), 
715 pp. Portraits. Vignettes. 8 4597.1 

Contains also " Index to the characters and glossary." 

115. The works of William Shakspeare, com- 
prising his dramatic and poetical works, complete : 
accurately printed from the text of the corrected 
copy left by G. Stevens. With a glossary and 
notes, and a memoir, bv A. Chalmers. With steel 
illustrations. Complete in one volume. JVeiv fork : 
O. S. Felt. [1864?] xi, (i), 1027 pp. Portrait, the 
Chandos. L. 8 4593.10 

116. Cassell's illustrated Shakespeare. The plays 
of Shakespeare. Edited and annotated by Charles 
and Mary Cowden Clarke. Illustrated by H. C. Se- 
lous. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin. [1865- 
69.] 3 v. L. 8 4592.1 

Contents. 1. Comedies. 2. Histories. 3. Tragedies. 

"We made the omission of expressions that might have 
checked the reader aloud. . . . We have also omitted ' Titus 
Andronicus,' not only on account of its grossness, but because 
of our strong conviction that it is not [Shakespeare's] writing." 
Preface. This copy lacks the Jansen portrait, but has, in vol. 3, 
the Stratford bust. 

117. Dicks' complete edition of Shakspere's 
works. With 37 illustrations [drawn by Gilbert, 
Wilson, etc.], and a memoir. London: J. Dicks. 
[1866.] One shilling, xii, 1007 pp. Portrait. Sm. 
8 4598.16 

For a notice of this edition, of which nearly 1,000,000 copies 
were sold up to 1868, see Dicks' letter in the Bookseller, Julv I, 
1868. 

118. The plays of William Shakespeare. Care- 
fully edited by Thomas Keightley. Boston : Tick- 
nor and Fields. 1866. 6 v. Portrait, the Marshall. 
16 6594.18 

Contents. \. Preface; Comedv of errors; Two gentlemen of 
Verona; Love's labour's lost; All's well that ends well; Mid- 
summer-night's dream; Taming of the shrew; Merchant of Ven- 
ice. 2. As you like it; Much ado about nothing; Merry wives 
of Windsor; Twelfth night; Measure for measure: Winter's 



tale; Tempest. 3. King John; Richard n; Henry iv, part 1,2; 
Henry v. 4. Henry vi, part :, 2, 3; Richard in"; Henry vm. 
5. Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Julius Ca'sar; Antony 
and Cleopatra ; King Lear. 6. Macbeth ; Troilus and Cres- 
sida; Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; Cymbeline; Titus An- 
dronicus; Glossary. 

The London edition, printed at the Chiswick press, with new 
title-pages. There are neither introductions nor notes, but read- 
ings of the " Original text," are added to all the plays but Titus 
Andronicus. 

119. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare : 
with a life of the poet, and notes, original and se- 
ledted ; together with a copious glossary. Philadel- 
phia : 7*- B. Lippincott and co. 1866. 4 v. Por- 
trait, the Chandos. Plates. 8 4590a.9 

Contents. 1. Life by A. Chalmers ; Tempest; Two gentle- 
men of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Twelfth night; Meas- 
ure for measure; Much ado about nothing; Midsummer-night's 
dream; Love's labour's lost; Merchant of Venice; As you like 
it; All's well that ends well ; Notes. 2. Taming of the shrew ; 
Winter's tale; Comedy of errors : Macbeth; King John; Rich- 
ard n; Henry iv, part i, 2; Henry v; Henry vi, part i : Notes. 

3. Henry vi, part 2, 3 ; Richard- in ; Henry vin ; Troilus and 
Cressida; Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; Julius Ca:sar; Notes. 

4. Antony and Cleopatra ; Cymbeline ; Titus Andronicus ; Peri- 
cles; King Lear; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Nc tes ; 
Glossary. 

120. ' ; Chandos classics." The works of Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. Life, glossarv, etc. Reprinted 
from the original edition, and compared with all 
recent commentators. London : F. Warne and co. 
1868. xvi, 748 pp. Portrait, the Chandos. Sm. 
8 4598.17 

Warne's shilling Shakspeare. 

121. The works of William Shakspere. Edited 
by C. Knight. London : G. Routledge and sons. 
1868. iv, 764 pp. Sm. 8 4598.18 

The title on the cover is " Routledge's shilling Shakspere." 

122. Shakspere's. sammtliche Werke. Englischer 
Text, berichtigtund erklart von BennoTschischwitz. 
Nebst historisch-kritischen Einleitungen. I. Halle, 
G. E. Barthel. 1869. S G 6593.1 

Contents. \. Hamlet. 

No more appears to have been published. The introduction 
and notes are in German. 

123. A new variorum edition of Shakespeare 
edited by Horace Howard Furness. Vol. 1-4. 
Philadelphia: % B. Lippincott and co. 1871-77. 
8 6591.2 

Contents. \. Romeo and Juliet: Preface; Bibliography; 
Text ; Reprint of first quarto, 1597 ; Notes ; Criticisms t>y vari- 
ous authors ; Extracts from Lope de Vega's play, " Castelvines 



" Witch ; " Criticisms by various authors. "3. Hamlet : Preface ; 
Text; Index. 4. Hamlet: Appendix: The date and the text; 
Reprint of the edition, 1603; Hystorie of Hamblet; Fratricide 
punished; Criticisms by various' authors ; Bibliography. 

Contains the fullest collation of texts of any edition. The 
notes and criticisms show a very thorough knowledge of the 
literature of the plavs edited. 

124. The globe edition. The works of W T illiam 
Shakespeare. Edited by W. G. Clark and W. A. 
Wright. London. Macmillan and co. 1874. viii. 
1075 pp. Sm. 8 6597.24 

The text is nearly the same as in the " Cambridge Shake- 
speare" (No. MO), by the same editors. The glossary was pre- 
pared by J. M. Jephson. 

125. The library Shakspeare. Notes, critical and 
explanatory. By Samuel Neil. [Illustrated by Sir 
John Gilbert, George Cruikshank, and R. Dudley.] 
London: W.Mackenzie. [1875.] 3 v. in 9 divisions. 
Portrait, the Droeshout. 4 G.80.4 

Contents. \. Comedies. 2. Tragedies. 3. Histories ; Po- 
ems ; Glossary. 

This work appeared in nine divisions, the last containing the 
biography and notes to the whole. 

126. The works of Shakespeare. Edited by H. 
Staunton. The illustrations bv Sir J. Gilbert. En- 



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graved by the brothers Dalziel. London : G. Ront- 
lcd<re and sons. [1875?] 3 v. Portrait, the Strat- 
ford bust. L. 8 4590a.4 

Contents tin- s;mie as in the first edition (No. 105), with the 
exception that the life and other introductory matter are in the 
first volume instead of the third. The text arid notes appear to 

be unchanged. 

127. The plays of William Shakespeare. Edited 
and annotated by Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke. 
Illustrated by H. C. Selous. Cassell, Petter and 
Galpin: London [1875]. 3 v. 4 G.80.1 

Contents. [1.] Comedies. [2.] Histories. [3.] Preface; 
Life; Tragedies. 

A reprint of the edition of iSoj-op (No. 116), with a larger size 
of paper and type. There is no letter-press on the reverse of the 
full-page illustrations, as in the original edition. 

128. The works of William Shakespeare. The 
text revised by A. Dyce. In 9 v. Third edition. 
London : Chapman and Hall. 1875, 76. Portraits. 
Fac-simile. 8 G.84.1 

Contents the same as in the second edition (N'o. 112). The 
preface is by John Forster, to whom the work is dedicated. 

129. "The Howard Shakspeare." Shakspeare's 
dramatic works : with 370 illustrations by Frank 
Howard. And with explanatory notes, parallel pas- 
sages, historical and critical illustrations, a copious 
glossary, biographical sketch, and indexes [by W. 
H. Davenport Adams]. London: T. Nelson and 
sons. 1876. xvi, 1421 pp. Sm. 8 G.86.1 

The illustrations were first published separately with the title 
"Spirit of the plays of Shakspeare" in 1827-33, 0.3953.4; 0.74.13. 

130. The boudoir Shakespeare : carefully pre- 
pared [v. 3 reads bracketed] for reading aloud. 
Freed from all objectionable matter, and altogether 
free from notes. (Edited by Henry Cundell.) Vol. 
1-3. London: S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Riv- 
ington. 1876, 77. Sm. 8 G.86.4 

Contents. \. Cymbeline. 2. Merchant of Venice. 3. Ro- 
meo and Juliet; Twelfth night; King John. 

131. The complete works of William Shake- 
speare, with a life of the poet; glossarial and other 
notes, etc., from the works of Collier, Knight, Dyce, 
Douce, Halliwell, Hunter, Richardson, Verplanck, 
and Hudson. Edited by George Long Duyckinck. 
Philadelphia : Porter and Coates. 1876. (2), v, 



(i), 968 pp. Portrait, the Droeshout. Illustrations. 
L. 8 4590a.8 

Copyrighted in 1866. 

132. The Stratford Shakspere. Edited by Charles 
Knight. The life of Shakspere by the editor. Neve 
York : D. Appleton and co. 1876. 6 v. Vignettes. 
12 ' 6593.6 

Contents. \. Life and writings; King John; Richard 11; 
Henry iv, part 1,2. 2. Henry v; Henry vi, part i, 2, 3; Rich- 
ard lii; Henry vili. 3. Macbeth; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; 
Antony and Cleopatra; Cvmbeline; Notice of the historical 
plavs; Troilus and Cressida. 4. Tempest; Two gentlemen of 
Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for measure ; Com- 
edy of errors; Much ado about nothing; Love's labour's lost. 
5. Midsummer-night's dream ; Merchant of Venice ; As you 
like it ; Taming of the shrew ; All's well that ends well ; Twelfth 
night; Winter's tale. 6. Romeo and Juliet ; Timon of Athens ; 
Hamlet; King Lear; Othello; Pericles; Titus Andronicus. 

133. Shakespeare's works. Edited, with a scru- 
pulous revision of the text, by Mary Cowden Clarke. 
Neiu York: D. Appleton and co. 1876. (i), Ixi, 
1002, (i) pp. Portrait, the Droeshout. Illustra- 
tions. L. 8 4590a.7 

134. The complete dramatic and poetic works of 
William Shakspeare; with a life of the poet, and 
notes, original and selected. 8 v. in 4. New York : 
World publishing house. 1877. Portrait, the Chan- 

dos. 8 6592.6 

Contents are the same as in the original edition published in 
1836 (No. 68). This is printed from the same plates on smaller 
sized paper. 

135. The Leopold Shakspere. The poet's works, 
in chronological order, from the text of Prof. Delius, 
with "The two noble kinsmen " and "Edward in," 
and an introduction by F. J. Furnivall. Illustrated. 
Cassell, Petter and Galpin : London. [1877.] cxxvi, 
1056 pp. Portrait, the Droeshout. 4 

G.86.3 ; 4594.7 
Dedicated to Prince Leopold, youngest son of Queen Victoria. 

136. The plays and poems of Shakespeare. With 
170 illustrations, from designs by eminent artists. 
Edited by A. J. Valpy. 15 v. in 8. Philadelphia : 
Gebbie and Barrie. 1878 [1877]. Portraits. Sm. 8 

6594.25 

A reprint with insignificant changes of the original edition, 
London, 1832-34 (No. 67), from the same plates as those used in 
the edition, London, 1857 (No. 100). The seventh volume is 
bound separately. 



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137. Twenty of the plays of Shakespeare, being 
the whole number printed in quarto during his life- 
time, or before the restoration, collated where there 
were different copies, and published from the orig- 
inals, bv George Steevens. In 4 v. London : J. and 
ft. Tonson. 1766. 8 G.4025.3 

Contents. \. Advertisement; A midsommer nights dreame. 
lames Roberts, 1600; Merry wiues of Windsor, 1610; Merry 
wives of Windsor. Newly corrected, 1630; Much adoe about 
nothing, 1600; Merchant of Venice, 1600; Loues labour's lost, 
1631. 2. The taming of the shrew, 1631 ; King Lear, 1608; The 
first and second part of King John, 1611 ; Richard ll, 1611;; Hen- 
ry IV, 1613; The second part of Henry IV, 1600. 3. Henry v, 
1608; The whole content!-)!! betweene the two famous houses, 
Lancaster and Yorke ; Richard III, 1612; Titus Andronicus, 
1611; Troylus and Cresseida, 1609. 4. Romeo and luliet, 1597; 
Romeo and Juliet. Newlv corrected, augmented and amended, 
1609; Hamlet, 1611; Otheflo, 1622; Shake-speare's sonnets, A 
louers complaint, 1609; King Leir, 1605. 

Inserted in vol. I is a manuscript letter of Steevens, dated 
Aug. 2, 1780. 0.4061.8 is another copy of the leaves containing 
the " Sonnets" and " Lover's complaint." 

138. The plays of Lear and Cymbeline, by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. In 2 v. With the notes and illus- 



trations of various commentators. To which are 
added, remarks by the editor [Ambrose Eccles]. 
London: C. D illy. 1793. 8 G.4011.8 

Contents. [1.] King Lear. ("2.] Cymbeline. 

On a blank leaf in vol. i is written " Isaac Reed, 1793. The 
publisher of these two plays was Mr. Eccles, an Irish gentle- 
man." The editor has changed the arrangement of some of the 
sec-nets in both plays. 

139. Same. London : G. G. and J. Robinson. 
1794. 8 G.4011.9 

The only apparent difference between the two editions is that 
of date and publisher. 

140. The British theatre ; or, a collection of 
plays, which are adled at the Theatres Royal. Drury 
Lane, Covent Garden, and Haymarket. Printed 
under the authority of the managers, from the prompt 
books. With biographical and critical remarks, by 
Mrs. Inchbald. In 25 v. London : Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, and Orme. 1808. Illustrated. 12 G.4011.1 

The plays of Shakespeare contained in this collection are As 
you like it, Cymbeline, Julius Cscsar, Tempest, Comedy of errors. 
Merchant of Venice, King John, Antony and Cleopatra, Win- 



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tor's talc, Hcnrv iv. part i, 2, Much ado about nothing, Measure 
for measure, Othello, King; Lear, Hamlet, Merry wives of Wind- 
sor. Romeo and Juliet, Henry viu, Richard m, Twelfth night, 
Macbeth. The full titles will be found under each play, as they 
were published independently and new general title-pages only 
were printed for the collection. 

141. A select British theatre; containing all the 
plays formerly adapted to the stage by Mr. Kemble : 
revised bv him. with additional alterations. Lon- 
don : J. Miller. 1815. 8 v. 12 G.3964.2 

These plays were published separately in 1814, 15, and after- 
wards gathered together under the above general title. Vol. 1-5 
contain all of the plays of Shakespeare except Antony and Cleo- 
patra. Henry vi, Love's labour's lost, Midsummer-night's dream, 
Pericles, Richard II, Timon of Athens, Titus Andronicus, and 
Troilus and Cressida. The full titles are to be found under each 
separate play. 6.4011.2 is another set of the same plays, without 
the general title, bound in 5 vols. and lettered on the back 
" Shakspeare revised by Kemble." 

142. The British theatre ; or, a collection of 
plays, which are acted at the Theatres Royal. Drury 
Lane. Covent Garden, Haymarket, and Lyceum. 
Printed, under the authority of the managers, from 
the prompt books. With biographical and critical 
remarks, bv Mrs. Inchbald. A new edition. In 20 v. 
London: Hurst. Robinson, and co. [1816-18.] Illus- 
trated. 12 G.66.3 

Contents the same as in No. 140, with the exception that " As 
you like it" is omitted. The plates are dated 1816-18. 

143. Hamlet, and As you like it. A specimen of 
a new edition of Shakespeare. London : J. Murray. 
1819. xiii, (2), 174, 135, 116, 41 pp. 8 

G.4010.1 ; G.4010.2 

The first edition of Hamlet in which the folio of 1623 was 
made the basis of the text, and, in Knight's judgment, a great 
improvement on all that preceded it. According to a writer in 
.Notes and Queries, 2d series, v. 6, p. 43, the editor, Thomas Cal- 
decott, was assisted by William Crowe, the author of " Lewes- 
don Hill." His assertion that it was published in 1812 is proba- 
bly an error for 1819. The first copy has manuscript notes by 
the Rev. Joseph Hunter, the author of " Illustrations of the life, 
studies, and writings of Shakespeare." The second has upon 
the flv-leaf " Robert Southey Esq., from the editor," and was 
bound by Southey himself in boards covered with chintz. One 
hundred copies only were printed. 

144. Same. Bv Thomas Caldecott. London : J. 
Murray. 1820. 8" " G.4010.3 

The only apparent difference between this and the first edition 
is the addition of the editor's name and the change of date. Dr. 
Jiushy's Sonnet is inserted in manuscript. There are also a few 
manuscript notes and corrections. 

145. The School-Shakspeare ; or, plays and 
scenes from Shakspeare. illustrated for the use of 
schools, with glossarial notes, selected from the 
best annotators. by J. R. Pitman. London : C. If tee. 
1822. xxiv, 596 pp. 8 G.4010.12 

146. Hamlet, and As you like it. A specimen of 
an edition of Shakespeare. By Thomas Caldecott. 
London : printed by W. Nicol. 1832. (i), xvi, 178, 
i=;o, n^, 43, 4 pp. Fac-similes. 8 

G.4010.4 ; G.4010.5 ; G.4010.6 

The preface and notes have been somewhat changed. A son- 
net by W. B. Busby and two leaves of " Addenda et corrigenda " 
have been added. 0.4010.4 was presented by II. Foss to T. 
Jolley and contains the hitter's book-plate. It also has inserted 
a manuscript letter to the editor from Richard Stephens, dated 
February 24, 1833, acknowledging the receipt of a copy of the 
work; also one of the editor, dated Jan. 30, 1799. Upon the flv- 
leaf of 0.4010.5 is "Samuel Rogers, Esq., at the instance of G. 
W. Crowe, Esq., with the editor's best respects." 0.4010.6 has 
numerous manuscript notes apparently in the hand of J. Britton. 

147. Select plays from Shakspeare ; adapted 
chiefly for the use of schools, and young persons; 
with notes from the best commentators [by Edward 
Slater]. London: J. Souter. 1836. xii, (2), 580 
pp. 12 G.4010.15 

Contents. Hamlet; Macbeth ; Richard in ; King John ; Cori- 
oliuius; Julius Cajsar. 

148. Shakspearian readings : selected and adapted 
for young persons and others. By B. H. Smart. 



First series, illustrative of English and Roman his- 
torv. London: J. Richardson. 1839. xxiii, 453 
pp." Plate. 12 G.4010.16 

149. Shakspearian readings embodying the most 
interesting parts of English and Roman history, and 
intended also as exercises in elocution. By B. H. 
Smart. London : J. G. F. and J. Rivington. 1841. 
xxiii. 453 pp. Plate 12 G.4010.17 

150. Same. London: J. G..F and J. Rising- 
ton. 1842. xxiii, 453 pp. Plate. 12 G.4010.18 

The only difference between the three editions is a change 
of title-page. 

151. The Shakspearian reader : a collection of 
the most approved plays of Shakspeare; carefully 
revised, with introductory and explanatory notes, 
and a memoir of the author. Prepared expressly for 
the use of classes, and the family reading circle. By 
John W. S. Hows. New York: D. Appleton and 
co. 1855. xvi, 447 pp. 12 G.4010.19 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the editor, dated Xov. 3, 
JS57- 

152. Selections from the plays of Shakespeare. 
As arranged for representation at the Princess's the- 
atre, and especially adapted for schools, private 
families, and young people. By Charles Kean. In 
2v. London: Bradburv and Evans. 1860 Sm. 8 C 

G.4011.6 

Contents. \. Macbeth; Henry viu ; Winter's tale; Midsum- 
mer-night's dream ; Richard II ; Tempest. 2. King Lear; Mer- 
chant of Venice ; King John; Much ado about nothing; Hamlet; 

T r 

Henry v. 

153. Shakespeare : adapted for reading classes, 
and for the family circle. Bv Thomas Bulfinch and 
S. G. Bulfinch. 'Boston : J. *E. Tilton and co. 1865. 

.ted. 8 



xii, 436 pp. Illustrated. 



1396.2 



Contents. Midsummer-night's dream; Romeo and Juliet; 
Merchant of Venice ; Henrv iv, part i ; Hamlet ; King Lear ; 
Macbeth; Tempest. 

154. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. Edited by W. G. Clark and W. A. Wright. 
Oxford: Clarendon press. 1868-77. Sm. 8 

4599.18 

Of this expurgated edition seven plays, Merchant of Venice, 
Richard II, Macbeth, Hamlet, Tempest, King Lear, and As you 
like it, have appeared. The full titles will be given under each 
play. The last three were edited by W right alone. 

155. Charles Kemble's Shakspere readings : be- 
ing a selection of the plays of Shakspere as read by 
him in public. Edited by R.J. Lane. London : Bell 
and Daldy. 1870 [1869]. Sm. 8 6599.11 

Contents. \. Cymbeline; Hamlet; As you like it; Merchant 
of Venice; Much ado about nothing; Julius Cajsar. 2. King 
John; Romeo and Juliet; Othello; Henry iv, part 1,2. 3. Hen- 
ry v ; Macbeth; Coriolanus; Richard HI; Henry viu. 

156. Nelson's school series. The Shakespeare 
reader: with notes, historical and grammatical. Bv 
Walter Scott Dalgleish London : T. Nelson and 
sons. 1871. x, 418 pp. Sm. 8 6597.21 

Contents. Richard II ; Henry iv, part i ; Richard HI ; Mer- 
chant of Venice; King John; Coriolanus; Tempest; Henrv 
viu ; Julius Caesar; Hamlet; Macbeth; King Lear. 

An abridged and expurgated edition. 

157. Shakespeare's plays. Abridged and revised 
for the use of girls. By Rosa Baughan. Second edi- 
tion. London : R. Washboiirne. 1871. (2). 167 pp. 
8 6595.2 

Contents. Merchant of Venice; Midsummer-night's dream ; 
Two gentlemen of Verona; Taming of the shrew; Love's 
labour's lost; Twelfth night; Comedy of errors; As you like it; 
Much ado about nothing; Tempest; Extracts from Othello, 
Antony and Cleopatra, Cymbeline, Winter's tale, Measure for 
measure, All's well that ends well. Merry wives of Windsor; 
Extracts from the Sonnets and Passionate pilgrim. 

158. Plavs of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools, clubs, classes, and families. With 



1871 As you like it 



SHAKESPEARE 



introductions and notes. By Henry N. Hudson. 
Vol. 1-3. Boston : Ginn brothers. 1871-1871;. 12 

1392.1 ; 6597.13 

Contents. 1. Preface; Introduction; As you like it; Mer- 
chant of Venice; Twelfth night; Henry iv, part i, 2; Julius 
Caesar; Hamlet. 2. Tempest; Winter's'tale; Henry v; Rich- 
ard in; King Lear; Macbeth; Antony and Cleopatra. 3. Mid- 
summer-night's dream: Much ado about nothing; Henry viu; 
Romeo and Juliet; Cymbeline; Coriolanus; Othello. 

The plays in this selection have been published separately. 



159. Select plays of Shakspere. The Rugby edi- 
tion. [Edited by Charles E. Moberly and R. White- 
law.] Rivingtons, London. 1872, 76. Sm. 8 

6596.4 

This selection apparently includes only the Tempest, Much 
ado about nothing, Macbeth", King Lear, Hamlet, As you like it, 
and Coriolanus. Full titles of all which have been published 
will be found under the separate plays. 



SEPARATE PLAYS. 



All's well that ends well. 

160. Shakspeare's All's well that ends well ; with 
alterations by J. P. Kemble. As it is performed by 
his majesty's servants, of the Theatre-Royal, Dru- 
ry-Lane. London : J. Debrett. 1793. (2), 61 pp. 
8 No. i in G.4012.5 

161. Shakspeare's All's well that ends well, a 
comedy; adapted to the stage byj. P. Kemble; and 
now first published as it is adted at the Theatre Royal 
in Covent Garden. London : printed for the Thea- 
tre. 1811. 74 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4012.5 

Copy used by the actor Barrymore and marked with the stage 
directions. 

162. Shakspeare's All's well that ends well, a 
comedy ; adapted to the stage by J. P. Kemble ; and 
now published as it is performed at the Theatres 
Roval. London : J. Miller. 1815. 75 pp. 12 

G.4011.2.2 ; G.3964.2.2 

Antony and Cleopatra. 

163. Antony and Cleopatra ; an historical play, 
written by William Shakespeare : fitted for the stage 
by abridging only [by Edward Capell and David 
Garrick] ; and now adted, at the Theatre-Royal in 
Drury-Lane, by his majesty's servants. London : J. 
and R. Tonson. 1758. (3), 99, (i) pp. 8 

No. i in G.4012.6 

164. Antony and Cleopatra ; a historical play, in 
five a&s ; by William Shakspeare. As performed 
at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Printed under 
the authority of the managers from the prompt 
book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. [1808.] 88 
pp. Plate. 12 354.1.4 

165. Antony and Cleopatra; a tragedy, in five 
acts ; by William Shakspeare. With alterations, and 
with additions from Dryden. As now performed at 
the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brotvn. [iSn?] 83 
pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.9 ; G.4011.1.4 

These plays are bound in the sets of Inchbald's British thea- 
tre, but are not copies of the edition edited by her. 

Alterations. 

166. All for love : or, the world well lost. A 
tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal ; and 
written in imitation of Shakespeare's stile. By John 
Dryden, servant to his majesty. In the Savoy: H. 
Herring-man. 1678. (19), 78, (i) pp. 4 

G.4014.1 ; No. i in G.4014.2; No. 3 in G.3814.5.3 

167. All for love : or, the world well lost. A 
tragedy, as it is acted by his majesties servants ; and 
written in imitation of Shakespeare's stile. By Mr. 
Dryden. London, H. Herring-man. 1696. (15), 63, 
(i) pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4014.2 

168. All for love. In Dryden, J. The comedies, 
tragedies, and operas. London. 1701. F G.300.6.2 



1 6 



169. All for love : or, the world well lost. A 
tragedy, a&ed by her majesties servants. Written 
in imitation of Shakespear's stile, bv Mr. Drvden. 
London, J. Tonson. 1703. (15), 63, (i) pp. 4 

No. 3 in G.4014.2 

170. All for love: or, the world well lost. A 
tragedy. Written by Mr. Dryden. Marked with the 
variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre- 
Royal in Drury-Lane. London: W. Strahan. 17/6. 
75, (i) pp. Portrait of Mrs. Yates as Cleopatra. 
12 G.3964.1.8 

In " The new English theatre," vol. 8. 

171. All for love ; or, the world well lost. A 
tragedy. By Mr. Dryden. Adapted for theatrical 
representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, 
Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Regulated from 
the prompt-books, by permission of the managers. 
London: J. Bell. 1792. 99, (i) pp. Portrait of Mrs. 
Ward as Ocftavia. Plate. 8 G.3963.1.15 

In " Bell's British theatre," vol. 15. 

172. Same. London: J. Bell. 1792. 115 pp. 
Portrait. 12 4179a'.1.16 

173. All for love. /;/ Dryden, J. Works. Lon- 
don, 1808. 8 G.3862.1.5 

174. All for love. In Scott, Sir W., editor. The 
modern British drama. London, 1811. 8 

G.3960.19.1 

175. Tragedy of All for love ; or, the world well 
lost. By John Dryden. Adapted for theatrical rep- 
resentation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Co- 
vent-Garden and Drury-Lane. Regulated from the 
prompt books, by permission of the managers. With 
the life of the author, by Dr. Johnson ; and a cri- 

"tique, by R. Cumberland. The lines distinguished 
by inverted commas are omitted in the representa- 
tion. Cooke's edition. Superbly embellished. Lon- 
don : C. Cooke. [1817.] Ixii, (2), 79, (i) pp. Plate. 
12 E.229.7.9 

In " Cumberland's British drama," vol. 9. 

176. All for love; or, the world well lost. A 
tragedy. By John Dryden. Correctly given, from 
copies used in the theatres, by Thomas Dibdin. 
Sherwood, Neely, and Jones. London. 1818. 67, (i) 
pp. Vignettes. Sm. 8 4579a.55.1 

In " Dibdin's London theatre," vol. i. 

177. All for love. In Dryden, J. Works. Sec- 
ond edition. Edinburgh, 1821. 8 4607.1.5 

178. All for love. In British drama. Philadel- 
phia, 1853. 8 6571.4.2 

As you like it. 

179. As you like it; a comedy, in five 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the 
Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden, 
under the authority of the managers, J 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. iii^i.^iiu. 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



As you like it Coriolanus 



London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. [1808.] 
79 pp. 12 354.1.3 

180. Same. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Bro~vn. [iSn?] 79 pp. 12 

No. i in 6.4011.1.3 

181. Shakspeare's As you like it, a comedy ; re- 
vised by J. P. Kemble ; and now published as it is 
performed at the Theatres Royal. London: J. Mil- 
ler. 1815. 76pp. 12 6.4011.2.5 ; 6.3964.2.2 

182. No. LXVI. French's standard drama. As 
you like it., A comedy in five acts by William Shak- 
speare. With the stage business, cast of characters, 
relative positions, etc. New York: S.French. 
[1846.] iv, 7-65 pp. 12 No. i in 6.84.3.1 

Another edition was published from the same plates with the 
following changes upon the title-page : " Modern standard dra- 
ma. Edited by John W. S. Hows. . . . New York : W. Tay- 
lor and co." 

183. Shakspeare's comedy of As you like it. 
With explanatory and illustrative notes, selected 
criticisms on the play, etc. Adapted for scholastic 
or private study, and for those qualifying for uni- 
versity and government examinations. By John 
Hunter. London : Longmans, Green, and co. 1869. 
vii, 103 pp. 12 6598.10 

184. As you like it. Edited by Charles E. Mo- 
berly. Rivingtons. London. 1872. New edition. 
107 pp. 16 6596.4.6 

On the half-title is " Seleft plays of Shakspere. The Rugby 
edition." 

185. As you like it. From Hudson's school 
Shakespeare. Boston: Ginn brothers. 1874. (2), 
21-96 pp. 8 No. i in 6.84.4.1 

186. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's comedy of As you like it. With introduc- 
tory remarks ; explanatory, grammatical, and philo- 
logical notes ; etc. By Samuel Neil. London : W. 
Collins, sons, and co. 1876. 156 pp. Sm. 8 

6594.8 

187. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. As you like it. Edited by William Aldis 
Wright. Oxford: Clarendon press. 1877. xxxv, 
(i), i68pp. Sm. 8 4599.18.7 

Alterations. 

188. Love in a forest. A comedy. As it is acted 
at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by his majesty's 
servants. By Mr. [Charles] Johnson. London : W. 
Chet-wood. 1723. vii, (i), 67, (4) pp. 8 6.4014.3 

The plot and characters are taken from " As you like it," with 
a dialogue from " Much ado about nothing," and the interlude 
from the " Midsummer-night's dream." 

189. The modern receipt : or, a cure for love. A 
comedy. Altered from Shakespeare. With original 
poems, letters, etc. London : printed for the author. 
1739- (i5), 178, (2) pp. 12* 6.4014.4 

The following is an extract from a manuscript note in a copy 
belonging to Mr. Halliwell : " This little book was wrote by 
Mr. James Carrington at the age of 19, being then a student of 
Trinity College [Cambridge] ; some of the scenes in the third 
and fourth acts, and letter 4 and 5, by his chum [D. Bellamy, 
iun.],to whom the book is dedicated." See Halliwell's " Hand- 
list of Shakespeariana," p. 225, 6.3951.33. The Poems, etc. have 
a separate title-page on which is " Printed in the year 1738." 

Comedy of errors. 

190. The comedy of errors ; in five acts ; by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre 
Roval, Covent-Garden. Printed under the author- 
ity of the managers from the prompt book. With 
remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. [iSn?] 63 pp. 
Plate. 12 6.66.3.6 ; 6.4011.1.1 

191. The comedy of errors, in five acts. With 
alterations, additions, and with songs, duets, glees, 

3 10,5,78. 



and chorusses, selected entirely from the plays, 
poems, and sonnets of Shakspeare. Performed at 
the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. The overture 
and new music composed, and the glees arranged, 
by Mr. Bishop. The selections from Dr. Arne, Sir 
J. Stevenson, Stevens, and Mozart. London : S. 
Lo^v. 1819. (3), 86 pp. 8 6.4012.8 

The editor of this edition was Frederick Reynolds. See " Life 
and times, London, 1827," vol. 2, p. 411. 

192. Spencer's Boston theatre. No. 34. The 
comedy of errors. A comedy, in three aits. By 
William Shakspeare. With editorial remarks, orig- 
inal casts, costumes, scene and property plots, and 
the whole stage business. Boston : W. V. Spencer. 
1856. 52 pp. 12 1381.1 

193. The comedy of errors : a comedy, in five 
acts, by William Shakespeare. London : S. French. 
[1866.] 38 pp. 12 No. 6 in 6.84.2.1 

No. 1066. French's (late Lacy's) acting edition. 
Alterations. 

194. The twins; or, which is which? A farce. 
In three acts. Altered from Shakespeare's Comedy 
of errors, by W. Woods. As it is performed at the 
Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh. Edinburgh : T. Cadell. 
1780. 67 pp. 8 6.4014.6 

This copy belonged to \V. E. Burton. 
The twins ; or, which is which ? By Mr. Woods. 
In Collection of farces. Edinburgh. 1792. 

. 2575.35.4 

195. The comedy of errors. With alterations 
from Shakspeare. Adapted for theatrical represen- 
tation. By Thomas Hull. As performed at the 
Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. A new edition. 
London: J. Bell. 1793. 51 pp. 8 6.4012.7 

In a copy of the " Biographia dramatica" formerly belonging 
to W. T. Lowndes and now in the Barton library, 6.43.7, is a 
note by him, "There was a former alteration pub. 1770." In his 
Manual, however, it is given 1779. The original title of the 
alteration was "The twins; or the comedy of errors." 

196. Shakspeare's Comedy of errors, adapted to 
the stage by Thomas Hull; revised by J. P. Kem- 
ble ; and now published as it is performed at the 
Theatres Royal. London : J. Miller. 1815. 57 pp. 
12 6.3964.2.3 

Coriolanus. 

197. Coriolanus ; or, the Roman matron. A 
tragedy. Altered from Shakespeare. Printed ex- 
actly conformable to the representation at the Thea- 
tre Royal, Urury-Lane. With the order of the 
ovation. By permission of the managers, under the 
insepection \sic\ of James Wrighten, prompter. Lon- 
don : J. Christie. 1789. So pp. 8 6.4012.10 

This version, which is a stage adaptation, rather than an 
alteration, agrees in the main with that of Kemble, published 
afterward, and was probably altered by him from that of Sheri- 
dan, which, in it turn, was taken in part from Thomson. Some 
have attributed it to Wrighten, the prompter. 

198. Coriolanus ; or, the Roman matron ; a his- 
torical play, in five acts ; by William Shakspeare. 
As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. 
Printed under the authority of the managers from 
the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 
[1811?] 68pp. Plate. 12 No. i in 6.4011.1.5 

199. Shakspeare's Coriolanus ; or, the Roman 
matron; a historical play, adapted to the stage, with 
additions from Thomson, by J. P. Kemble ;.and pub- 
lished as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent 
Garden. London : Printed for the Theatre. 1812. 

62 pp. 8 6.4012.11 

200. Same. Now published as it is performed 
at the Theatres Royal. London : J. Miller. 1814. 

63 pp. 12 6.3964.2.4; 6.4011.2.1 

17 



Coriolanus Hamlet 



SHAKESPEARE 



201. Les auteurs anglais expliques d'apres une 
mdthode nouvelle par deux tradudtions francaises, 
Tune litterale et juxtalineaire presentant le mot a 
mot frarxjais en regard des mots anglais correspon- 
dants, 1'autre corredte et precedee du texte anglais, 
avec des sommaires et des notes par une Socie'te' 
de professeurs et de savants. Shakspeare. Corio- 
lan [explique litteValement, traduit en francais et 
annote" par C. Fleming]. Paris: L. Hachettc et c'f. 
1850. (4), xv, 661 pp. 12 G.4066.11 

202. Spencer's Boston theatre. CLXXIV. Corio- 
lanus; or, the Roman matron. A tragedy. In five 
adts. By William Shakspeare. With original casts, 
costumes, and all the stage business. As performed 
at the principal theatres in the United States. 
Marked and arranged .by J. B. Wright, assistant 
manager Boston Theatre. Boston: W. V. Spencer. 
[1855-] 49 PP- 12 1379.25 

203. Coriolanus; or, the Roman matron. A 
tragedy. In five adls. By William Shakspeare. 
With original casts . . . arranged by J. B. Wright. 
Ne-w York: S. French. [1855.] 49" pp. 12 

No. 2 in G.84.3.1 

The same as the preceding, with a different title and introduc- 
tory pages. Published as No. 316 in French's standard drama. 

204. William Shakespeare's Coriolanus, edited 
by F. A. Leo. With a quarto fac-simile of the trag- 
edy of Coriolanus from" the folio of 1623, photolitho- 
graphed by A. Burchard and with extracts from 
North's Plutarch. The proceeds of the sale will be 
appropriated by the editor towards the Shakespeare 
monument. London: J. R. Smith. 1864. ix, 127, 
30, (i), 10 pp. Portrait, the Droeshout. 4 

G.4012.12 

205. Coriolanus. Edited by R. Whitelaw. Riv- 
ingtons: London. 1872. xv, (i), 158 pp. Sm. 8 

6596.4.7 

On the half title is " Seledl plays of Shakspere. The Rugby 

edition." 

206. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 15. Coriolanus. 
Boston: Ginn and Heath. 1878. (2), 440-550 pp. 
12 No. 2 in G.84.4.1 

Alterations. 

207. The ingratitude of a common-wealth : or, 
the fall of Caius Martius Coriolanus. As it is adted 
at the Theatre-Royal. By N. Tate. London, J. 
Hindmarsh. 1682. (7), 64 pp. 4 G.4014.7 

In the Dedication to Charles, Marquess of Worcester, the 
plav is said to have been adapted to pidture the political fadtions 
of the day. The fifth aft is wholly by Tate. 

208. The invader of his country : or, the fatal 
resentment. A tragedy. As it is adted at the Thea- 
tre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By his majesty's servants. 
By Mr. Dennis. London : J. Pemberton and J. 

Watts. 1720. (15), 79 pp. 8 G.4014.8 

Less than half of the play is Shakespeare's. 

209. Coriolanus. A tragedy. As it is adted at 
the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By the late 
James Thomson. London, A. Millar. 1749. (4), 
62, (2) pp. 8 G.4014.9 

On the fly-leaf is " Fred : Mulcaster 1752, from the author's 
sister." It has also the coat of arms of the Hamilton family. 

210. Coriolanus ; or, the Roman matron. A 
tragedy. Taken from Shakespear and Thomson. 
As it is adted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gar- 
den : to which is added, the order of the ovation [by 
Thomas Sheridan]. London: A- Millar. 1755. 
(6), 78, (i) pp. 8 6 G.401?.9 



Cymbeline. 

211. Cymbeline. A tragedy. By Shakespear. 
With alterations [bv D. GarrickJ. London: J.'and 
R. Tonson. 1762. " 77 pp. 12 G.4012.14 

A stage adaptation, with some alterations and omissions. 

212. Cymbeline. A tragedy. As it is adled at 
the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Gar- 
den. By Shakespeare. London: J. Wenman. 1777. 
Portrait, Reddish in the character of Posthumus. 
21 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4011.7 

213. Roach's edition. Cymbeline. A tragedy. 
By William Shakspeare. Adapted for theatrical rep- 
resentation [by J. P. KembleJ ; as performed at the 
Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane, and Covent-Garden. 
Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of 
the managers. The lines distinguished by inverted 
commas, are omitted in the representation. Lon- 
don. J. Roach. 1806. 72 pp. Portrait, Miss Smith 
as Imogen. 12 G.4012.15 

214. Cymbeline ; a historical play, in five adls ; 
by William Shakspeare. As performed at the Thea- 
tres Royal, Drury Lane, and Covent Garden. Print- 
ed under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Recs, and Orme. [1808 ?] 
90 pp. 12 354.1.4 

215. Shakspeare's Cymbeline, king of Britain ; an 
historical play. Revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now 
published as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London: J. Miller. 1815. 86pp. 12 

G.3964.2.5 ; G.4011.2.2 

216. Cymbeline; a historical play, in five acts; 
by William Shakspeare. As performed at the Thea- 
tres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden. Print- 
ed under the authority of the managers, from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Broxvn. 
[1817?] Plate. 12 G.66.3.1 ; G.4011.1.4 

217. Cymbeline, king of Britain. A play, in five 
adts. By William Shakespeare. T. H. Lacy, Lon- 
don. [1864.] 86 pp. Plate. 12 No. 7 in G.84.2.1 

No. 950 Lacy's adting edition. 

The introduction contains a bibliography of the play and a 
record of its produdtion upon the London stage from 1682 to 
1864. The " Remarks" are by G. Daniel. 

Alteration. 

218. Cymbeline. A tragedy, altered from Shake- 
speare. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in 
Covent-Garden. By William Hawkins. London : 
c jf. Rivington and J. Fletcher. 1759. xi, (i), 92 pp. 
8 G.4012.13 

" I have retained in many places the very language of the 
original author, and in all others endeavoured to supply it with 
a didtion similar thereunto." Preface. 

Hamlet. 

219. The Tragicall Historic of Hamlet Prince of 
Denmarke By William Shake-speare. As it hath 
beene diuerse times. adted by his Highnesse seruants 
in the Cittie of London : as also in the two Vniuer- 
sities of Cambridge and Oxford, and else-where. At 
London printed for N: L. and lohn Trundell. 1603. 
(33) ff. Reprint. 4 G.166.5 ; G.166~.6 

On the fly-leaf of 6.166.5 is written : " 40 copies. The gift ot 
his Grace the Duke of Devonshire to the Boston Library. This 



oushire copy, has been supplied from the Rooney copy now in 
the British museum. In 6.3937.16 are two copies, one on India 
paper, of a fac-simile of the last page of the Rooney copy. A re- 
print of this edition is to be found in the Cambridge edition, 
4592.5.8, and in Kurness's " New variorum edition," 6591 .2. 

220. The first edition of the tragedy of Hamlet, 
by William Shakespeare. London. Printed for 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



Hamlet 



N. L. (Nicholas Ling) and John Triindell. 1603. 
Reprinted at the Shakespeare press, by William 
Nicol. for Pavnc and Foss. 1825. (3), (32) ft". 8 

G.166.7 

The last leaf is wanting. 

221. Hamlet. By William Shake-speare, 1603 ; 
Hamlet. By William Shakespeare, 1604: Being ex- 
ait reprints of the first and second editions of Shake- 
speare's great drama, from the very rare originals in 
the possession of his Grace the Duke of Devonshire ; 
with the two texts printed on opposite pages, and so 
arranged that the parallel passages face each other. 
And a bibliographical preface by Samuel Timmins. 
London : Sampson Loiv, son, and co. 1860. [Print- 
ed by Josiah Allen, jun. Birming)iaiit.~\ xv pp. 
100 ff. 8 ' G.166.8 ; 2593.3 

Inserted in G.i66.8 are letters of the Duke of Devonshire, 
Nov. 9, 1860, J. Allen, jun., the printer, Jan. 9, 1860, and S. Tim- 
mins, Feb. 10, 1860. 

222. The Tragicall Historic of Hamlet. Prince of 
Denmarke. By William Shakespeare. Newly im- 
printed and enlarged to almost as much againe as it 
was, according to the true and perfect Coppie. At 
London. Printed by I. R. for N. L. and are to be 
sold at his shoppe "under Saint Dittistons Church in 
Fleetstreet. 1604. (51) ff. Reprint. 4 G.166.9 

On the fly-leaf is written : " 40 copies. August, 1859. This 
fac-simile was executed by direction of the Duke of Devonshire 
and is presented bv his Grace to the Public Library, Boston, 
U. S. J. Payne Coflier." 

For another reprint of the edition of 1604, see No. 221. 

223. Fac-simile copies from the edition of Ham- 
let dated 1605, made for the purpose of showing that 
it is the same impression as that of 1604, the date 
only being altered. Edited by James O. Halliwell. 
The fac-similes by Ashbee and Dangerfield. Lon- 
don : printed for private circulation. 1860. (15), 
5 ff. 4 G.ieellO 

Twenty-six copies printed. 

224. The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Den- 
marke. By William Shakespeare. Newly imprint- 
ed and enlarged to almost as much againe as it was, 
according to the true and perfect Coppy. At Lon- 
don, Printed for John Stnethu'icke, and are to be 
sold at his shoppe in Saint Dunstons Church yeard 
in Fleetstreet. Vnder the Diall. 1611. (51) ff. 
4 G.176.1 

This copy was bought at Ileber's sale, 1834. "Indifferent 
copy, closely cut; but the text is entire." Barton. This edition 
was reprinted by Steevens in his "Twenty of the plays of Shake- 
speare," G.4025-"3.4. 

225. The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Den- 
marke. Newly Imprinted and inlarged, according 
to the true and perfect Copy lastly Printed. By Wil- 
liam Shakespeare. London, Printed by W. S. for 
lohn Smeth-t-vicke, and are to be sold at his Shop in 
Saint Dunstans Church-yard in Fleetstreet : Vnder 
the Diall. n. d. (51) ff. 4 G.176.2 

The title-page is a fac-simile by Harris. This edition was 
probably printed from that of 161 1 , but various dates have been 
ascribed to it from 1607 to 1637. 

226. The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Den- 
mark. Newlv imprinted and inlarged, according to 
the true and perfect Copy last Printed. By William 
Shakespeare. London, Printed by R. Young for 
John Smethu'icke. and are to be sold at his Shop in 
Saint Dunstans Chtirch-vard in Fleet-street, under 
the Diall. 1637. (52) ff. 4 G.176.3 

" A very fine copy, with rough leaves throughout." Barton. 

227. The tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark. 
As it is now adted at his highness the Duke of York's 
theatre. Bv William Shakespeare. London : J. 
Marty n and H. Herringman, 1676. (3), 88 pp. 4 

G.4012.16 



228. The tragedv of Hamlet Prince of Denmark. 
As it is now acled at the Theatre Roval, bv their 
majesties servants. By William Shakespeare. Lon- 
don : H. Herringman, and R. Bentley. 1695. (3), 
82 pp. 4 G.4012.17 

A reprint, with slight changes, of the edition of 1676. 

229. The tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark. 
As it is now adted by her majesties servants. By 
William Shakespeare. London. R. Wellington. 
1703. (3), 82 pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4010.8 

Appears to be a reprint of the edition of 1676. 

230. The tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark : 
as it is now adled by her majesties servants. By 
William Shakespeare. London : R. Wellington. 
1 73- (3)> 82 pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4010.7 ; G.4012.18 

Probably a reprint of the previous edition with the correction 
of numerous typographical errors. 

231. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark ; a tragedy. As 
it is now adted by his majesty's servants. Written 
by William Shakespear. London : printed, and 
sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 
1736. 1 10 pp. Imperfect. 8 No. i in G.4012.20 

A reprint, with some changes, of the edition of 1734. The last 
leaf is wanting in this copy. 

232. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. A tragedy. 
By William Shakespeare. Collated with the old and 
modern editions [by Charles Jennens]. London: 
W. Oiven. 1773. (17), 207 pp. Plate. 8 

G.4012.21 ; 2596.16.1 

The plate is wanting in 2596.16, which contains the book-plate 
of Thos. Jolley. 

233. Shakspeare's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, a 
tragedy, revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first pub- 
lished as it is adled at the Theatre Royal in Covent 
Garden. London : J. Ridgway. 1804. 83 pp. 8 

No. 6 in G.4011.3 

This copy belonged to J. Boaden and is bound with " Merry 
wives of Windsor, Measure for measure, Henry iv, part i, 2, 
and Macbeth." The volume is lettered on the back " Kemble's 
Covent Garden Shakspeare, vol. i." Boaden has written on the 
fly-leaf: "The character of these copies is fidelity. Accurate 
collation of the originals has determin'd all that is given of the 
poet : for curtailment, as it is necessary in our stage copies, so 
it appears here to be very skilfully, and almost awfully, per- 
formed." 

234. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. A tragedy. 
By William Shakspeare. Printed from the text of 
Mr. Malone's edition. Boston : Printed by Hosea 
Sprague. 1805. in pp. Sm. 8" 6579a.65 

There is still an earlier edition of Hamlet published in Bos- 
ton, of which there is no record in the bibliographies, with the 
following title: "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: a tragedy. In 
five acts. By William Shakespear. As performed at the'Thea- 




' Twelfth night," "Natural son," "West Indian," "Found- 
ling." They are the earliest recorded editions of any of Shake- 
speare's plays published in America. 

235. Hamlet; a tragedy, in five adls. By Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatres- 
Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Printed, 
under the authority of the managers, from the 
prompt-books. Edinburgh : Oliver and Boyd. 
[1808?] 64 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4012.22 

Kemble's revision. The "Dramatis persona:" are the same 
as in Mrs. Inchbald's edition of 1808. 

236. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark; a tragedy, in 
five adts ; bv William Shakspeare. As performed 
at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Gar- 
den. Printed under the authority of the managers 
from the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inch- 
bald. London: printed \_bv J. Ballantyne and co.~\ 
for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Ortnc. and Brown. 
[1811?] 93 pp. Plate. 12 No. 3 in G.4011.1.1 



Hamlet 



SHAKESPEARE 



Hamlet. In Deverell, R. Discoveries in hiero- 
glyphics. London, 1813. 8 G.3930.6.2 

With curious notes and illustrations intended to explain 
1 1 am let by a reference to the moon. 

237. Shakspeare's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 
a tragedy; revised byj. P. Kemble : and now pub- 
lished as it is performed at the Theatres Roval. 
Lot/don : J. Miller. 1814. 8^ pp. 8 

G.3964.2.5 ; G.401 1.2.1 

238. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: a tragedy, in 
five a<5ts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at 
the Theatres Royal Drury Lane and Covent Gar- 
den. Printed under the authority of the managers 
from the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. 
Inchbald. London : printed {by T. Davison} for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brawn. [1816?] 
93 pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.16 

The plate differs from that in the edition of 1811 (No. 236). 

239. Shakspeare's Hamlet; a tragedy; revised 
hv J. P. Kemble. As it is adted at the Theatre 
Royal Drury-Lane. London : T. Rodwell. 1818. 
(2), 87 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4012.20 

240. Hamlet; a tragedy, in five acls, by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. Printed from the acting copy, 
with remarks, biographical and critical [by George 
Daniel]. To which are added, a description of the 
costume, cast of the characters, exits and entrances, 
relative positions of the performers on the stage, 
and the whole of the stage business, as now per- 
formed at the Theatres Roval, London. Embel- 
lished w r ith a wood engraving, by White, from a 
drawing by R. Cruikshank. London. J. Cumber- 
land. [1825.] 12, (2), 9-78 pp. 12 

No. i in G.4012.22 

Published as No. 25 of Cumberland's British theatre. 

241. Hinds' English stage. Hamlet, prince of 
Denmark. A tragedy. By William Shakspeare. 
Adting edition, with accurate stage diredtions. Em- 
bellished with a beautiful engraving. London : 
Simpkin, Marshall, and co. 1839. 7^ PP- I2 

No. 2 in G.4011.11 

242. Shakspeare's Hamlet, prince of Denmark. 
Grammatisch und sachlich zum Schul- und Pri- 
vatgebrauch erlautert von J. Hoffa. Braunschweig, 
G. Westermann. 1845. (i), 168 pp. 16 6597.5 

The text is in English, the notes in German. 

243. No. Jcvin. French's standard drama. Ham- 
let. A tragedy in five adts. By William Shakspeare. 
The stage edition. With the stage business, cast of 
characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. New 
York: S. French. [1845?] vii, 7-77 pp. 12 

No. 3 in G.84.3.1 

244. Hamlet a tragedy by William Shakespeare. 
Mit Sprache und Sachen erlauternden Anmerkun- 
gen fur Schiller hoherer Lehranstalten und Freunde 
des Dichters von Carl Ludw. Wilh. Francke. Leip- 
zig. W. Engelmann. 1849. v '> ( J )> IS >) ( 2 ) PP- 



6597.4 



The text is in English, the notes in German. 



245. Hamlet, prince of Denmark. Historisch 
treurspel van Shakespeare. Ten gebruike der gym- 
nasia. Met ophelderingen voorzien door S. Susan. 
Deventer. J. de Lange. 1849. v "' ( x )> I2 4 PP- 
8 No. 2 in G.4010.14 

English text with notes in Dutch. 

246. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. By William 
Shakspere. Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark. Von 
William Shakspere. Deutsch durch Friedrich 
Kohler. Leipzig. P. Reclam. jitn. 18^6. vi, 226 
pp. 16 G.4065.7 

On the cover is "The plays of William Shakspeare, vol. i." 
No more appear to have been published. The English and 
German texts are on opposite pages. 



247. Hamlet; a tragedy, in three adts. By Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. Adapted and condensed by Wal- 
ter Gay. Ne-w York: S.French. [i8s9?l 47 PP- 
12 No. 3 in G.4012.20 

Gravemakers. A droll. In The droll of the 
bouncing knight. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. Lon- 
don, 1860. Sm. 4 G.4072.32 

The gravemakers' scenes in Hamlet as acted at Bartholomew 
and other fairs about 1647. 

248. Shakespeare's Hamlet. Herausgegeben von 
Karl Elze. Leipzig, G. Mayer. 1857. (6)> l xiv > 
272 pp. 8 G.4012.24 

English text with German notes. 

249. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. By W. Shake- 
speare. With notes, glossarial, grammatical, and 
explanatory. London : Routledge, Warnes, and 
Routledge. 1859. I26 PP- Sm - 8 G.4012.25 

Prepared for the " Middle class examination." 

250. Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Leip- 
zig : B. Tauchnitz. 1862. (2), 142 pp. Woodcut. 
16 6599a.27 

251. Oxford local examinations of 1865. Shak- 
speare's tragedy of Hamlet. With notes, extracts 
from the old ' Historic of Hamblet,' selected criti- 
cisms on the play, etc. Adapted for use in schools 
and for private study. By John Hunter. London : 
Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green. 
1865. xxxviii, 163 pp. 12 3599.39 

252. Shakspeare's Hamlet. Erklart von Jacob 
Heussi. Parchim. J. Heussi. 1868. vi, (i), 307 
pp. 8 6596.6 

English text with German notes. 

253. Shakspeare's tragedy of Hamlet. With 
notes, extracts from the old " Historic of Hamblet," 
selected criticisms on the play, etc. Adapted for 
scholastic or private study, and for those qualifying 
for university and government examinations. By 
John Hunter. London : Longmans, Green, and co. 
1869. xxxviii, 163 pp. 12 6598.36 

The only change from the edition of 1865 (No. 251) is that 
upon the title-page. 

254. Shakespeare's play of Hamlet. Printed for 
the use of the blind, at the Perkins institution. Bos- 
ton, Mass., U. S. 1871. (i), 122 if. F 5600.6 

255. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Edited by 
W. G. Clark and W. A. Wright. 2d ed. Oxford, 
Clarendon press. 1873. xvi, 231 pp. Sm. 8 

4599.18.4 

This and the other plays in this series form a part of the series 
of " English classics." 

256. Hamlet Prince of Denmark. Edited by 
Charles E. Moberley. Rivingtons: London. 1873. 
xv, (i), 140 pp. Sm. 8 6596.4.5 

" Select plays of Shakspere. The Rugby edition." 

257. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 3. Hamlet. Bos- 
ton : Ginn and Heath. 1878. (2), "511-636 pp. 12 

No. 3 in G.84.4.1 

258. The prompt-book. Edited by William Win- 
ter. Shakespeare's tragedy of Hamlet. As pre- 
sented by Edwin Booth. New York : F. Hart and 
co. 1878. 5, (2) pp, 9-125 ff, 127-136 pp. 16 

6598.42 

Contains a preface and appendix, but no notes. The text of 
the play is printed upon one side of the page only. Each of the 
scries, which is to include several of the plays of Shakespeare 
and other authors, is called on the cover " Edwin Booth's 
prompt-book." 

Imitations 

259. Hamlet, a dramatic prelude; in fiv adts. 
By James Rush. Philadelphia : Key and Biddlc. 
1834. 122 pp. 12 No. 4 in G.4012.20 



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Hamlet Henry IV 



On a broadside inserted at the end of the volume is printed a 
severe criticism of the play, apparently written to gratify some 
personal or professional end. 

260. The barrow diggers. A dialogue in imita- 
tion of the grave diggers in Hamlet. With numer- 
ous explanatory notes. London : Whittaker and 
co. 1839. l12 PP l2 plates. 4 G.4014.14 

' Written on the occasion of opening a barrow nearShapwick, 
Dorset, by the Rev. C. Wools, then curate (I think) of Storm Ul- 
ster Marshall, the adjoining parish." Notes and queries, 2d 
series, v. n, p. 298. 

On the back of the cover is written : "The Rev* Peter Hall 
with the author's affectionate regards, Dec. 17* 1840." 

Parodies, 

261. Hamlet travestie with annotations [bvjohn 
Poole]. Manuscript. [116] pp. 8 G.4015.33 

The original manuscript of Poole's travestie. Contains also 
at the end of the book various manuscript pieces, " Character of 
a lover," "A remedy for love sick people," in prose: and "Ana- 
gram," " To a bad fiddler," " On a black smith," various epi- 
grams, etc., " Politeness, or the cat of nine tails," " The insur- 
rection of papers," in verse. 

262. Hamlet travestie : in three acls. With an- 
notations by Dr. Johnson and Geo. Steevens, and 
other commentators [by J. Poole]. London : print- 
ed for J. M. Richardson. 1810. xiii, (2). 94 pp. 
Sm. 8 ' G.4015.34 

Contains a preface and notes not in the manuscript. 

263. Hamlet travestie : in three a(5ls. With bur- 
lesque annotations, after the manner of Dr. Johnson 
and Geo. Steevens, and the various commentators. 
By John Poole. Fourth edition. London : J. M. 
Richardson. 1812. xii, (4), 109 pp. Sm. 8 

G.4015.35 

Contains a dedication to Ka-Hing, emperor of China, not in 
the manuscript. 

264. Same. Sixth edition. London : Sherwood, 
Neely and Jones. 1817. xi, (4), 109 pp. Sm. 8 

G.4015.36 

265. Hamlet travestie. A burlesque. In two 
a<5ts. Oxford: J. Vincent. 1849. 60 pp. 12 

No. 4 in G.4015.28 

266. Hamlet travestie : in three acls, with anno- 
tations by Dr Johnson and Geo. Steevens, and other 
commentators. By John Poole. T. H. Lacy, Lon- 
don. [1850?] 48pp. 12 No. 5 in G.4015.28 

Published as No. 147 of Lacy's acting edition. 

267. An old play in a new garb. Hamlet, prince 
of Denmark. In three a6ts [by George Edward 
Rice]. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 18^2. 
59 pp. Illustrated [by L. M. Sargent, jr.]. 12 

No. i in G 4015.37 ; 6596.5 

268. Same. By Geo. Edward Rice. Second 
edition. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 18^3. 
59 pp. Illustrated. 12 No. 2 in G.4015!37 

269. Same. Third edition. Boston : Ticknor, 
Reed, and Fields. 1853. 59 PP- Illustrated. 12 

356.22 
Henry IV. 

270. The History Of Henrie The Fovrth ; With 
the battell of Shrewsburie, betweene the King and 
Lord Henry Percy, surnamed Henry Hotspur of the 
North. With the humorous conceits of Sir lohn 
Falstalffe. Newly corrected by W. Shake-speare. 
At London, Printed by S. S. for Andrew VVisc, 
dwelling in Panics Churchyard, at the signe of the 
Angell. 1599. (2), 78 ff. 'Reprint. 4 G.166.20 

Another title-page reads, " The first part of Shakespeare's 
Henry the fourth, facsimiled from the edition printed at London 
in the year 1599, by Edmund William Ashbee. London : for pri- 
vate circulation only. 1861." According to notes on the fly-leaf 
this is Xo. 6 out of 31 selected copies of the reprint. 50 sets of 
each of the 48 reprints were printed and of these 19 were de- 
stroyed by the publishers. A number of the remaining sets were 
also burned at the destruction of the Pantechnicon in London, 
Feb. 13, 1874, so that now there are very few complete sets in 



existence. The Barton library h:is hut eight of the reprints, as 
Mr. Barton died before the completion of the work. The leaves 
are printed upon one side only. 

The history of Henry the fourth. With the Bat- 
tell at Shrewseburie, betweene the King, and Lord 
Henrie Percy, surnamed Henrie Hotspur of the 
North. With the humorous conceites of Sir lohn 
Falstaffe. Newly corrected by W. Shake-speare. 
London, printed by W. W. for Mathew Law, and 
are to be sold at his shop in Panics Church-vard, 
neere vnto S. Attgustines Gate, at the signc of the 
Foxe. 1613. Reprint. 4 G.4025,3.2 

In Steevens's " Twenty plays," London, 1766. 

271. The Historic of Henry the Fourth. With 
the Battell at Shrewseburie. betweene the King, and 
Lord Henry Percy, surnamed Henry Hotspur of the 
North. With the humorous conceits of Sir lohn 
Falstaffe. Newly corrected. By William Shake- 
speare. London, Printed by T. P. and are to be 
sold by Mat/iew Law, dwelling in Pauls Church- 
yard, at the Signe of the Foxe, neere S Austincs 
gate, 1622. (40) ff. 4 G.176.4 

This copy was bought at Halliwell's sale, 1857. 

272. The Historie of Henry the Fourth : With 
the battell at Shrewesbury, betweene the King, and 
Lord Henry Percy, surnamed Henry Hotspur of the 
North. With the humorous conceits of Sir lohn 
Falstaffe. Newly corrected, By William Shake- 
speare. London, Printed by lohn Norton, and are 
to bee sold by William Sheares, at his shop at the 
great South doore of Saint Pauls-Church : and in 
Chancery-Lane, neere Serieants-Inne. 1632. (40) 
ff. 4 G.176.5 

273. The Historie of Henry the Fourth : With 
the Battell at Shrewsbury, betweene the King, and 
Lord Henry Percy, surnamed Henry Hotspur of the 
North. With the humorous conceits of Sir lohn 
Falstaffe. Newly corrected, by William Shake- 
speare. London, Printed by John Norton, and are 
to be sold by Hvgh Perry, at his shop next to Ivie- 
bridge in the Strand, 1639. (4) ^- 4 

G.176.6 

274. K. Henry iv. With the humours of Sir 
John Falstaff. A tragi-comedy. As it is acled at 
the Theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields by his 
majesty's servants. Revived, with alterations [by 
T. Betterton]. Written originally by Mr. Shake- 
spear. London, printed for R. W. and sold by J. 
Dceve. 1700. (2), 54 pp. 4 G.4012.26 

The alterations are chiefly abridgments. 

275. K. Henry iv. With the humours of Sir 
John Falstaff. A tragi-comedy, by Mr. W. Shake- 
spear. London. T. Johnson. 1721. 92 pp. Sm. 
8 No. i in G.4012.27 

This stage adaptation is apparently attributed by Lowndes to 
Hon. Mr. Grenville, editor of an edition published in i^io. This 
is probably George Granville (sometimes written Grenville), 
Lord Lansdowne. 

276. The first part of Henry iv. With the life 
and death of Henry, sirnamed Hot-spur. By Shake- 
spear. With alterations, as perform'd at the thea- 
tres. London. C. Hitch. 1763. 70 pp. 12 

No. 3 in G.4015.30 

277. Shakspeare's King Henry the fourth, (the 
first part.) A historical play, revised by J. P. Kem- 
ble ; and now first published as it is acled at the 
Theatre Roval in Covent Garden. London : J. 
RidgT.vay. 1803. (2), 68 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4011.3 

278. Shakspeare's King Henry the fourth, (the 
first part), an historical play; revised by J. P. Kem- 
ble ; and now published as it is performed at the 
Theatres Royal. London: J. Miller. 1815. 76pp. 
12 G.3964.2.3; G.4011.2.5 



Henry IV Henry V 



SHAKESPEARE 



279. King Henry iv. The first part; an histori- 
cal plav, in five acts ; by William Shakspeare. As 
performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. 
Printed under the authority of the managers from 
the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald 
London : Longman, Hurst, /fees, Orme, and Broivn. 
[1817?] Si pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.11 

280. French's standard drama. No. LXXV. King 
Henry iv. Part i. A tragedy. In five acts. By 
William Shakspeare. Also, the stage business, 
casts of characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. 
New York: S. French. [1848?] (2), 65 pp. 12 

No. 4 in G.84.3.1 

This was also published, with a slight change in the title- 
page, in the " Modern standard drama." 

281. Shakspeare's King Henry iv. Part i. Con 
tante note spiegative ed osservazioni sulla gramma- 
tica di Shakspeare da rendere il dramma intelligibile 
a chiunque conosee anche solo mezzanamente 1'in- 
glese. Saggio del padre Viani Carlo. Torino : E. 
Loescher. 1872. viii, (i), 108, (i) pp. 8 G.143.1 

The English text with an introduction and notes in Italian. 
On the cover is "Collezione di libri di lettura di autori classic! 
delle lingue straniere lingua inglese. Prima serie. Secundo 
volume." 

The boaster : or, bully-huff catch'd in a trap. In 

Shaksperian drolls. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 

London, 1859. Sm - 8 G.4072.34 

An extradt with some changes from A<5t 2, scene 4, of Henry 
iv, part i, taken from the "Theatre of ingenuity," printed about 
1698. 

282. The droll of the bouncing knight, or the 
robbers robbed ; to which is added the Droll of the 
gravemakers, both constructed out of Shakespeare's 
plays about A.D. 1647, and acted at Bartholomew 
and other fairs. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. Lon- 
don : -printed for the editor. 1860. 43, (i) pp. 
Sm. 8 G.4072.32 

An extradt from Act 2, scene 4, of Henry iv, part i, reprinted 
from "The wits, or sport upon sport," London, 1672. 

283. King Henry iv. Part i. From Hudson's 
school Shakespeare. Boston : Ginn brothers. 1874. 
(2), 247-337 PP- I2 No - 4 in G.84.4.1 

Henry IV, part 2. 

The Second Part of Henrie the Fourth, continu- 
ing to his Death, and coronation of Henrie the fift. 
With the humours of sir lohn Falstaffe, and swag- 
gering Pistoll. As it hath been sundrie times pub- 
likely acted by the right honourable, the Lord Cham- 
berlaine his seruants. Written by William Shake- 
speare. London : printed by V. S. for Andrcvj Wise, 
and William Ashley. 1600. (46) ft". Reprint. 4 

G.4025.3.2 

In Steevens's "Twenty plays," London, 1766, 8. 

284. The second part of King Henry the fourth, 
altered from Shakespeare [by Richard Valpy], as it 
was acted at Reading school, in October, 1801. Pub- 
lished, as it was performed, for the benefit of the 
Humane society. Reading: printed and sold by 
Smart and Cowslade. 1801. (10), 96, (2) pp. 8 

G.4012.28 

285. Shakspeare's King Henry the fourth (the 
second part). A historical play, revised by J. P. 
Kemble ; and now first published as it is acted at the 
Theatre Roval in Covent Garden. London : J. 
Ridgway. 1804. (2), 63 pp. 8 G.4011.3 

286. Shakspeare's King Henry the fourth, (the 
second part), an historical play; revised by J. P. 
Kemble ; and now published as it is performed at 
the Theatres Royal. London : J. Miller. 1815. 
70 pp. 12 G.3964.2.3; G.4011.2.5 

287. King Henry iv. The second part : a his- 
torical play, in five acts ; by William Shakspeare. 



As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. 
Printed under the authority of the managers from 
the prompt-book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London: Hurst, Robinson, and co. [1816?] 74 pp. 
Plate. 12 G.66.3.20 

288. King Henry iv. Part n An historical 
play, in five acts. By William Shakespeare. With 
an illustration and remarks. T. H. Lacy, London. 
[1864?] 71 pp. 12 No. 8 in G.84.2.1 

No. 947 of Lacy's acting edition. 

289. The second part of Henry the fourth, con- 
taining his death ; and the coronation of king Henry 
the fift. By William Shakspere. Arranged for rep- 
resentation by Charles Calvert, and produced under 
his direction at the Prince's theatre, Manchester, 
September, 1874. Manchester: J. F. Wilkinson, 
printer. 1874. 64 pp. 8 6596.11 

Alterations. 

290. The sequel of Henry the fourth : with the 
humours of Sir John Falstaffe, and Justice Shallow. 
As it is acted by his majesty's company of comedi- 
ans, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Alter'd 
from Shakespear, by the late Mr. Betterton. Lon- 
don : W. Chetwood. [1721?] (7), 82 pp. 8 

G.4014.23 

According to Genest, this alteration was not printed until 
after Dec. 17, 1720. The " Biographia dramatica" gives the date 
1719. 

291. The life and humours of Falstaff; a comedy 
formed out of the two parts of Shakspeare's Henry 
the fourth, and a few scenes of Henry the fifth. 
Compiled, etc. By C. S. London : Calkin and 
Budd. 1829. (3), ii, (i), 93 pp. 12 G.4014.20 

This compilation is ascribed in the catalogue of W. E. Bur- 
ton's library to C. Short. Only a few copies were printed for 
presents. 

292. Shakespeare's play of King Henry the 
fourth, printed from a contemporary manuscript. 
Edited by James Orchard Halliwell. London : 
printed for the Shakespeare society. 1845. xx, 
121, (i) pp. Fac-similes. 8 

G.3927.20; 4596.12.12; 342.27 

The original manuscript was corrected and adapted for the 
stage apparently by Sir Edward Deryng, who died in 1644. It 
does not contain the whole of Henry IV., but the two parts 
condensed into one, very likely for private representation, as - 
with the manuscript there are two lists of dramatis persons in 
the " Spanish curate," with characters bv gentlemen well known 
in Kent, showing that private theatricals flourished at Sur- 
renden, the family seat of the Deryngs. 

Henry V. 

The famovs Victories of Henry the fifth : Contain- 
ing the Honourable Battell of Agin-court : As it was 
plaide by the Greenes Maiesties Players. London : 
Printed by Thomas Crecdc, 1598. Reprint. 4 

G.78.4.5 

In Hazlitt's "Shakespeare's Library," London, 1875. Sm. 8. 

The famous victories of Henry the Fifth. Con- 
taining the Honourable Battell of Agin-court. As 
it was acted by the Kinges Majesties Servants. Lon- 
don, Imprinted by Barnard Alsop, and arc to be sold 
by Tymothie Barloiv, at his shop in Panics Church- 
yard, at the Signe of the. Bull-head. Reprint. \ 

G.4073.23.2 

In Nichols's " Six old plays," London, 1779. 8. Although 
the bibliographies describe this as a reprint of the 1617 edition, 
the imprint does not agree with that of the copy in the British 
Museum nor with that in the Capell collection, both of whic-h 
are dated 1617. This has no date. 

The cronicle History of Henry the fift, With his 
battell fought at Agin Court in France. Togither 
with Auntient Pistoll. As it hath bene sundry times 
playd by the Right honorable the Lord Chamber- 



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Henry V Henry VI 



laine his seruants. London : printed by Thomas 
Creede, for Tho. Milling-ton, and lohn Busby. And 
are to be sold at his house in Carter Lane, next the 
Potvle head. 1600. (48) ff. Reprint. 4 

No. i in G.110.1.2 

Another title-page reads, "The chronicle history of Henry 
the fifth. Reprint of first quarto, 1600. Published for the New 
Shakspere Society, London, 1875." Edited by B. Nicholson. 

There is also "a reprint of this edition in the " Cambridge 
Shakespeare," 6.4042.2.4; 4592.5.4. 

King Henry v. Parallel texts of the first Quarto 
(1600) and first Folio (1623) editions. Edited by B. 
Nicholson. With an introduction by P. A. Daniel. 
Publisht for the Ne^v Shakspere society, London, 
1877. xv, 213 pp. 4 No. 2 in G.110.1.2 

293. The Chronicle History of Henry the fift, 
with his battell fought at Agin Court in France. 
Together with ancient Pistoll. As it hath bene sun- 
dry times playd by the Right Honourable the Lord 
Chamberlaine his seruants. Printed for T. P. 
1608. (27) if. 4 C G.176.7 

" A fine copy." Barton. 

The life of Henry the fifth. Reprinted from the 
first Folio, 1623. [Edited by B. Nicholson.] Pub- 
lished for the Ne-M Shakspere society, London, 1875. 
(4) pp, 69-95 ff, (i) pp. 4 No. 3 in G.110.1.2 

294. Shakspeare's King Henry the fifth, an his- 
torical play; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now 
published as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London: J. Miller. 1815. 68pp. 12 

G.3964.2.4; G.4011.2.5 

295. Shakespeare's play of King Henry the fifth, 
arranged for representation at the Princess's theatre, 
with historical and explanatory notes, by Charles 
Kean. As first performed on Monday, March 28th, 
1859. Third edition. London : printed by J. K. 
Chapman and co. 96 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4011.5 

296. Shakspere's historical play of Henry the 
fifth, arranged fof representation in five acts, by 
Charles Calvert, and produced under his direction 
at Booth's Theatre, February, 1875. Ne-w Tork : S. 
French. [1875.] 68 pp. 12 No. 5 in G.84.3.1 

Contains " Notes on heraldry," by Alfred Darbyshire. No. 
373^ of French's standard drama. 

297. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 14. Henry v. Bos- 
ton: Ginn and Heath. 1876. (2), 171-262 pp. 12 

No. 5 in G.84.4.1 

298. Shakespeare's History of King Henry the 
fifth. Edited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 
With engravings. Ne-w Tork : Harper and broth- 
ers. 1878 [1877]. 191, (i) pp. 16 6599.31 

The illustrations of this and the other plays edited by Rolfe 
are taken in part from Knight's Pii5torial edition. 

Alteration. 

299. King Henry the fifth : or, the conquest of 
France, by the English. A tragedy. As it is acted 
at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his majes- 
ty's servants. By Aaron Hill. London : W. Chet- 
-wood. 1723. (14), 61 pp. 8 G.4014.24 

The author says in the. Preface, " Mine is a new fabrick,yet I 
built on [Shakespeare's] foundation." 

Henry VI. 

300. The Whole Contention betweene the two 
Famous Houses, Lancaster and Yorke. With the 
Tragicall ends of the good Duke Humfrey, Richard 
Duke of Yorke, and King Henrie the sixt. Diuided 
into two Parts : And newly corredted and enlarged. 
Written by William Shakespeare, Gent. Printed 
at London, for T. P. [1619.] (64) ff. 4 G.176.9 

Written upon the fly-leaf is "Collated perfect. A. Dyce." 
This edition has been reprinted in Steevens's ""Twenty 
plays," 0.4025.3.3. Also, apparently in Knight's " Pidtorial 



edition," 6.4031.3.4; 2592.5.4. 6.176.28 is a copy of the Pericles, 
with a title-page, whicn is sometimes found bound with "The 
whole contention," and having continuous signatures \vith it. 

The first part of the contention betwixt the two 
famous houses of Yorke and Lancaster, with the 
death of the good Duke Humphrey : And the ban- 
ishment and death of the Duke of Suffolke, and the 
Tragicall end of the proud Cardinall of Winchester, 
with the notable Rebellion of lacke Cade : And the 
Duke of Yorkes first claime vnto the Crowne. Lon- 
don : Printed by Thomas Creed, for Thomas Mil- 
ling'ton, and are to be sold at kis shop vnder Saint 
Peters Church in Corn-wall. 1594. 4 

Reprints of this edition are to be found in "The first sketches 
of the second and third parts of King Henry the sixth, edited 
byJ.-O. Halhwell. London. 1843," 6.3927.34; 6.301.8.4; 4596.6; 
342.14; "Shakspere's Werke, herausgegeben von N. Delius," 
0.4042.1.4; Halhwell's " Folio edition," 0.4030.2.11; The " Cam- 
bridge Shakespeare," 0.4042.2.5; 4592.5.5. 

The true Tragedie of Richard Duke of Yorke, and 
the death of good King Henrie the Sixt, with the 
whole contention betweene the two Houses Lancas- 
ter and Yorke, as it was sundrie times acted by 
the Right Honourable the Earle of Pembrooke his 
seruants. Printed at London by P. S. for Thomas 
Millington, and are to be sold at his shoppe vnder 
Saint Peters Church in Cormval. 1595. 4 

Reprints of this edition are to be found in " The first sketches 
. . . edited by J. O. Halliwell," 0.3927.34; 0.301.8.4; 4596.6; 
342.14; "Shakspere's Werke, von N. Delius," 0.4042.1.4; Hal- 
liwell's "Folio edition," 0.4030.2.11; The "Cambridge Shake- 
speare," 0.4042.2.5; 4592.5.5. 

301. The True Tragedie of Richarde Duke of 
Yorke, and the death of good King Henrie the sixt: 
With the whole contention betweene the two 
Houses, Lancaster and Yorke ; as it was sundry 
times acted by the Right Honourable the Earl of 
Pembrooke his seruantes. Printed at Londou [sic] 
by W. W. for Thomas Millington^ and are to be sold 
at his ahoppe vnder Saint Peters Church in Corne- 
wall. 1600. (32) ff. 4 G.176.8 

Bought at Halliwell's sale, May 21, 1857, for 63. On the 
fly-leaf is a note by Mr. Halliwell, of which the following is an 
extract: "The present [edition] is the second, and is of the 
greatest rarity in an absolutely perfe<5t state." " Good sound 
copy. Last leaf mounted." Sarton. 

Alterations. 

302. King Henry vi. A tragedy. As it is acted 
at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, By his majes- 
ty's servants. Altered from Shakespear, in the year 
1720, by Theophilus Gibber. The second edition. 
London: W. Chet-wood. 1724. (3), 60 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4010.10 

Taken from part 3 of Henry vi, with the last aft of part 2, 
with many alterations and abbreviations. 

303. The roses ; or King Henry the sixth ; an 
historical tragedy. Represented at Reading school, 
October i5th. i6th and i7th, 1795. Compiled prin- 
cipally from Shakespeare [by Richard Valpy]. Pub- 
lished, as it was performed, for the benefit of the 
Cheap repository for moral and instructive tracts. 
Reading: Smart and Co-wslade. [1795.] (7), 46, 
(2) pp. 8 G.4014.26 

Taken chiefly from the last four a<5ts of Henry vi, part 3, with 
passages from parts i and 2, and Richard II. 

304. Richard, duke of York ; or, the contention 
of York and Lancaster. (As altered from Shak- 
speare's three parts of Henry vi.) In five acts. As 
it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane. 
London: R. White. 1817. (2), xx, 5-81 pp. 8 

G.4014.28 

Ascribed in Bohn's Lowndes to Edmund Kean, but from the 
preface and Genest's account, Vol. 8, p. 636-641,11113 would seem 
hardly probable. In Burton's catalogue tlie alteration is attrib- 
uted to Soane, and this copy, bought at the sale of his library, is 
so lettered on the back. In Hawkins' Life of Kean, Vol. 2, 
p. 30, it is said to be by J. H. Merivale, 



Henry VIII Julius Caesar 



SHAKESPEARE 



Henry VIII. 

305. The life of Henry vm. By Mr. William 
Shakespear. In which are interspersed, historical 
notes, moral reflections and observations, in respect 
to the unhappy fate Cardinal Wolsey met with. 
Never before published. Adorned with several 
copper-plates. By the author of the History of the 
life and times of Cardinal Wolsey [Joseph Grove]. 
London: D. Browne. 1758. iv, (4), 116 pp. Por- 
traits. 8 G.4012.29 

There are portraits of King Henry, Cardinal Wolsey, Cath- 
arine of Arragon, Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, and Anne 
Boleyn. 

306. King Henry the eighth. With the corona- 
tion of Anne Bullen. Written by Shakespear. With 
alterations. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal 
in Drury-Lane. London : C. Hitch. 1762. 71 pp. 
Plate. 12 No. i in G.4012.30 

A stage adaptation, with many omissions. 

307. Shakspeare's King Henry the eighth, a his- 
torical play, revised by J. P- Kemble ; and now first 
published as it is adled at the Theatre Royal in Co- 
vent Garden. London : T. N. Longman and O. 
Rees. 1804. 64 pp. 8 No. i in G.4011.4 

308. King Henry vui. A historical play, in five 
acts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the 
authority of the managers from the prompt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. [1808.] 75 pp. 12 

354.1.3; 357.15.1 

309. King Henry vui. A historical play, in five 
a<5ls ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the 
authority of the managers from the prompt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : printed 
\Jby J. Ballantyne and co.~\ for Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, Orme, and Brown. [i8n?J 75 pp. Plate. 
12 No. 3 in G.4011.1.3 

310. Shakspeare's King Henry the eighth, an 
historical play ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now 
published as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London: J. Miller. 1815. 67 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.4; G.4011.2.3 

311. King Henry vui. An historical play, in 
five ac~ts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at 
the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Printed under 
the authority of the managers from the prompt 
book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : 
printed \_by T. Davisott] for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown. [1816?] 75 pp. Plate. 12 

G.66.3.17 ; No. 2 in G.4012.30 

There is no plate in 0.4012.30. 

312. French's standard drama. No. i.xxni. King 
Henry vui. An historical play in five a<fls. By Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. With the stage business, casts of 
characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. New 
York: S.French. [1848?] 60 pp. 12 

No. 6 in G.84.3.1 

Another edition was also printed from the same plates with a 
slight change in the title-page in the " Modern standard drama " 
series. 

313. Shakespere's historical play of King Henry 
the eighth ; arranged for representation at the Prin- 
cess's theatre, by Charles Kean. First performed on 
Wednesday, i6th May, 1855. London : printed by 
J. K. Chapman and co. 91 pp. 8 

No. 4 in G.4011.5 

314. Same. Third edition. London: printed 
by J. K. Chapman and co. [1851;.] 89 pp. 8 

No. 5 in G.4011.5 ; 1355.11 
Scene i, Act v, is omitted in this edition. 



315. Oxford examination scheme. Shakspeare's 
Henry the eighth : with introductory remarks ; copi- 
ous interpretation of the text; critical, historical, and 
grammatical notes ; specimens of parsing, analysis, 
examination-questions, etc. and a life of Cardinal 
Wolsey. Adapted for scholastic or private study, 
and especially for the guidance of persons qualify- 
ing for the middle-class examinations. By John 
Hunter. London : Longman, Green, Longman, 
and Roberts. 1860. xxxix, 187 pp. 12 

G.4012.31; 364.3 

316. Same. Adapted for scholastic or private 
study, and for those qualifying for university and 
government examinations. New edition. London: 
Longmans, Green, and co. 1869. xxxix, 187 pp. 
12 6598.25 

The editions are the same, with the exception of the title-page 
and advertisement. 

317. Shakespeare's history of King Henry the 
eighth. Edited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 
With engravings. New York : Harper and broth- 
ers. 1872. 210 pp. 16 359.21; 6599.15 

318. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's tragedy of King Henry vui. With explana- 
tory, grammatical, and philological notes, critical 
remarks, and historical extracts. By William Law- 
son. London: W. Collins, sons, and co. 1875. 122 
pp. Sin. 8 6594.12 

319. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 6. Henry vui. 
Boston : Ginn brothers. 1876. (2), 139-235 pp. 
12 No. 6 in G.84.4.1 

Julius Caesar. 

320. Julius Caesar : a Tragedy. As it is now 
Ac~ted at the Theatre Royal. Written by William 
Shakespeare. London, Printed by H. H. jun. for 
Hen. Herringman, and R. Bentley in Russel-street 
in Covent-Garden, and sold by Joseph Knight and 
Francis Saunders at the Blew-Anchor in the Lower 

Walk of the Ne^v-Exchange in the Strand. [1680?] 
64 pp. 4 G.176.10 

321. Julius Caesar. A tragedy. As it is now 
aAed at the Theatre Royal. Written by William 
Shakespeare. London, printed by H. H. jun. for 
H. Heringman and R. Bentley. 1684. (2), 60 pp. 
4 G.4012.35 

322. Julius Caesar. A tragedy. As it is now 
afted at the Theatre Royal. Written by William 
Shakespeare. London, printed for Henry Herring- 
man, and Richard Bentley, 1691. (2), 60 pp. 4 

G.4012.36 

A reprint, with slight alterations, of the edition of 1684. 

323. Julius Caesar. A tragedy. By William 
Shakespeare. Collated with the old and modern 
editions [by Charles Jennens]. London, W. Owen. 
1774. 144 pp. Plate. 8 G.4012.37 ; 2596.16.2 

324. Julius Cfesar; a tragedy, in five ac5ls; by 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre 
Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the author- 
ity of the managers from the prompt book. With 
remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, -and Orme. [1808 ?J 72 pp. Plate. 
12 354.1.4 

325. Same. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown. [1811?] 72pp. Plate. 12 

No. 4 in G.4011.1.4 

326. Shakspeare's Julius Caesar, a tragedy ; 
adapted to the stage by J. P. Kemble; and now pub- 
lished as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London: J. Miller. 1814. 74 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.4 ; G.4011.2.1 



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327. Julius Caesar; a tragedy, in five a<5ls; by 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre 
Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the author- 
ity "of the managers from the prompt book. With 
remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London: Hurst, Rob- 
inson, and co. [1816?] 78pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.6 

328. French's standard drama. No. LXXXI. Ju- 
lius Caesar. A tragedy in five acts. By Win. 
Shakespeare. With the stage business, cast of char- 
acters, costumes, relative positions, etc. New York : 
S.French. [1849?] 66pp. 12 No. 7 in G.84.3.1 

Also published in the "Modern standard drama," with a 
slightly different title-page. 

329. Julius Caesar von William Shakspeare. Er- 
klart von E. W. Sievers. Berlin. T. C. f. Enslin. 
1855. (4), 140 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.4010.20 

Another .title-page reads, " Sammlung englischer Schriftstel- 
ler mit deutschen Annierkungen herausgegeben von Ludwig 
Herrig. Achtes Bandchen. Shakspeare's Julius Caesar. Ber- 
lin ... 1855." 

330. Gulielmi Shaksperii Julius Ciesar. Latine 
reddidit Henrictts Denison. Oxford: J. H. and J. 
Parker. 1856. 169 pp. 8 G.4066.19 

The English and Latin texts are given on opposite pages. 

331. The English of Shakespeare illustrated in a 
philological commentary on his Julius Caesar. By 
George L. Craik. London : Chapman and Hall. 
1857. xxxviii, (i), 352 pp. Sm. 8 

G.3935.16; 356.7 

332. Same. Second edition, revised and im- 
proved. London : Chapman and /fall. 1859. xv ^> 
350 pp. Sm. 8 G.3935.17 

The text of the play, which in the first edition was at the end, 
in this is scattered through the work. 

333. Julius Caesar. A tragedy by William Shak- 
speare. With notes by Otto Fiebig. Leipzig: G 
Grcebner. 1859. iv > 9 6 PP- 8 No - - in G.4010.21 

A title on the cover reads "Masterpieces of English litera- 
ture intended for the use of high schools. With notes by Otto 
Fiebig. Volume the first .... Leipzig, 1859." 

334. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Erklart von 
Theodor Jancke. K'oln, 1861. M. DuMont-Schau- 
berg. iv, 96 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4010.9 

English text with German notes. 

335. Oxford examination scheme. Shakspeare's 
tragedy of Julius Caesar : with introductory remarks ; 
copious interpretation of the text; critical and gram- 
matical notes; and numerous extracts from the his- 
tory on which the play is founded. Adapted for 
scholastic or private study, and especially for the 
guidance of persons qualifying for the middle-class 
examinations. By John Hunter. London : Long- 
man, Green, Longman, and Roberts. 1861. xxxvi, 
136 pp. 12 . G.4012.38; 4599.12 

336. The English of Shakespeare ; illustrated in 
a philological commentary on his Julius Caesar. By 
George L. Craik. Edited, from the third revised 
London edition, by W. J. Rolfe. Boston : Crosby 
and Ainsivortk. 1867. xvi, 386 pp. Sm. 8 1356.1 

The text of the play is placed after the Prolegomena and 
before the Commgntary. 

337. Same. Boston : E. Ginn. 1868. xvi, 386 
pp. Sm. 8 4598.19 

A presentation copy to the Library by the editor. 

338. Shakspeare's tragedy of Julius Caesar : with 
introductory remarks; copious interpretation of the 
text; critical and grammatical notes; and numerous 
extracts from the history on which the play is 
founded. Adapted for scholastic or private study, 
and for those qualifying for university and govern- 
ment examinations. By John Hunter. New edition. 
London : Longmans, Green, and co, 1869. (i), 
xxxvi, 136 pp. 12 6598.28 

4 2.7,78- 2 5 



339. Julius Caesar. [Printed for the use of the 
blind, at the Perkins institution. Boston, Mass., 
U. S. 1871.] (i), 81 ff. F No. 2 in 5600.6 

Printed with Hamlet without a separate title-page. 

340. Shakespeare's tragedy of Julius Caesar. Ed- 
ited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. With engrav- 
ings. Ne~M York : Harper and brothers. 1872. 189 
pp. 16 359.22; 6599.17 

6599.17 is a presentation copy from the editor, and contains his 
autograph. 

341. The English of Shakespeare ; illustrated in 
a philological commentary on his Julius Caesar. By 
George L. Craik. Edited, from the third revised 
London edition, by W. J. Rolfe. Boston : Ginn 
brothers. 1872. xvi, 386 pp. Sm. 8 6594.4 

Presentation copy from the editor, and called by him " a re- 
vised and corrected sixth edition." 

342. Shakspeare. Jules Ce"sar. Nouvelle edition 
publiee avec une notice, un argument analytique et 
des notes en fran^ais par C. Fleming. Paris : Ha- 
chette et cie. 1873. (2), 174 pp. 16 G.88.6 

English text with French notes. 

343. Collection des classiques anglais. Shake- 
speare. Julius Caesar. Nouvelle edition avec une 
notice sur la piece et des notes philologiques et litte"- 
raires par M. Grouillard. Paris : C. Delagrave. 
1875. 154 pp. 18 G.148.2 

English text with French notes. 

344. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's tragedy of Julius Caesar. With introduc- 
tory remarks ; explanatory, grammatical, and philo- 
logical notes ; etc. By Samuel Neil. London : W. 
Collins, sons, and co. 1877. 160 pp. Sm. 8 6594.5 

345. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 2. Julius Caesar. 
Boston: Ginn and Heath. 1877. (2), 427-509 pp. 
12 No. 7 in G.84.4.1 

King John. 

The Troublesome Raigne of lohn King of England, 
with the discouerie of King Richard Cordelions 
Base sonne (vulgarly named, The Bastard Faw- 
conbridge) : also the death of King lohn at Swin- 
stead Abbey. As it was (sundry times) publikely 
adted by the Queenes Maiesties Players, in the hon- 
ourable Citie of London. Imprinted at London for 
Sampson Clarke, and are to be solde at his shop, on 
the backe-side of the Royall Exchange. 1591. Re- 
print. 4 G.78.4.5 

A reprint in Hazlitt's " Shakespeare's Library." 

346. The First and second Part of the trouble- 
some Raigne of John King of England. With the 
discouerie of King Richard Cordelions Base sonne 
(vulgarly named, The Bastard Fawconbridge :) 
Also, the death of King lohn at Swinstead Abbey. 
As they were (sundry times) lately ac~ted by the 
Qj-jeenes Maiesties Players. Written by W. Sh. 
Imprinted at London bv Valentine Simmes for lohn 
Helmc, and are to be sold at his shop in Saint Dun- 
stons Churchyard in Fleetestreet. 1611. (45) ff. 
4 G.176.11 

Bought at Halliwell's sale in 1857. Reprints of this edition 
are to be found in "Miscellaneous pieces of antient English 



1859, 0.4030.2.8. 

347. The First and second Part of the trouble- 
some Raigne of lohn King of England. With the 
discouerie of King Richard Cordelions Base sonne 
(vulgarly named, the Bastard Fauconbridge :) Also 
the death of King lohn at Swinstead Abbey. As 
they were (sundry times) lately a<5led. Written by 



King John King Lear 



SHAKESPEARE 



W. Shakespeare. London, Printed by Aug: Math- 
e-wes for Thomas Detve, and are to be sold at his 
shop in St. Dunstones Churchyard in Fleet-street, 
1622. (46) ff. 4 G.176.12 

A reprint of the edition of 1611, with slight changes. The 
Second part has an independent title-page: "The Second Part 
of the troublesome Raigne of King lonn. Containing, The en- 
trance of Lewis the French Kings sonne : with the poysoning 
of King John by a Monke. Written by W. Shakespeare. Lon- 
don, . . . 1622." 

348. Shakspeare's King John, a historical play, 
revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first published 
as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Gar- 
den. London : T. N. Longman and O. Rees. 1804. 
61 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4011.4 

349. King John; a historical play, in five acts; 
by William Shakspeare. As performed at the The- 
atre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the au- 
thority of the managers from the prompt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, and Ormc. [1808?] 69 pp. 
Plate. 12 G.4011.1.1 

350. Shakspeare's King John, an historical play ; 
revised by J. P. Kemble; and now published as it is 
performed at the Theatres Royal. London : J. Mil- 
ler. 1814. 64 pp. 12 G.3964.2.3; G.4011.2.3 

351. King John ; a historical play, in five a6ts ; 
by William Shakspeare. As performed at the The- 
atre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the 
authority of the managers from the prompt-book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. [1817?] 69 
pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.9 

352. King John : a historical play, in five acts. 
By William Shakspere. London : Sherivood and 
So-wyer. 1844. (2), 64 pp. 16 No. 2 in G.4012.3 

353. No. xxxv. Modern standard drama. Ed- 
ited by Epes Sargent. King John. A tragedy in 
five acts. By William Shakespeare. With the stage 
business, cast of characters, costumes, relative posi- 
tions, etc. Also, a list of authorities for costumes, 
by Charles Kean. As produced with great splendour 
at the Park Theatre. Ne-w Tork : W. Taylor and 
co. 1846. 68pp. 12 No. i in 6599.18 

354. No. xxxv. French's standard drama. King 
John. . . . Netv Tork: S. French. [1846?] 68 
pp. 12 No. 7 in G.84.3.1 

Alterations. 

355. Papal tyranny in the reign of King John. A 
tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Co- 
vent-Garden. By his majesty's servants." By Col- 
lev Cibber. London: J. Watts. 1745. (n), 70, 
(2) pp. 8 G.4012.32 

The first aft of Shakespeare's play is omitted, and the interest 
of the plot turns upon the conflict between John and the Legate. 
Scarcely a line of the original is retained. 

Same. In Cibber, C. Dramatic works. London, 
1760- 12 6559.4 

Same. In Cibber, C. Dramatic works. London, 
1777- I2 G.3816.2.5 

356. King John, an historical tragedy,, altered 
from Shakespeare [by Richard Valpy], as it was 
acted at Reading school, for the subscription to the 
naval pillar, to be erected in honor of the naval vic- 
tories of the present war. Reading: printed and 
sold by Smart and Corvsladc. 1800. (8), 82, (3) pp. 

G.4012.33 

The first a<ft of Shakespeare's play is omitted, as in Gibber's 
alteration, but the other changes are mostly in the language and 
versification. It had afterwards a great success on account of the 
passages referring to the renewal of the war with France. 

357. Same. As it was acted . . . and is now 
performing at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, 



with distinguished applause. Second edition. Read- 
ing: printed and sold by Smart and Coivslade. 
i83- (i3) 82, (3) pp. 8 G.4012.34 

These editions are the same, with the exception of the intro- 
duction of a new prologue and epilogue in the second. 

Parody. 

358. King John, (with the benefit of the act.) A 
burlesque, in one act, by Gilbert Abbott A'Beckett. 
Printed from the acting copy, with description of 
the costume, cast of the characters, exits and en- 
trances, and the whole of the business. As per- 
formed at the St. James's Theatre. With a portrait 
of H. Hall. London : W. Strange. 1837. 22 PP- 
12 No. 6 in G.4015.27 

No. 260 of Duncombe's Adting edition of the British theatre. 

King Lear. 

The True Chronicle History of King Leir, and His 
Three Daughters, Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordelia. 
As it hath bene diuers and sundry times lately acted. 
London, Printed by Simon Stafford for lohn Wright, 
and are to bee sold at his shop at Christes church 
dore, next Neiv gate-market. 1605. Reprint. 4 

Reprints of this edition are to be found in Steevens's " Twenty 
plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.4; Nichols's "Six old plays,'" 
London, 1779, 0.4073.23.2; and in Hazlitt's "Shakespeare's 
library," London, 1875, 0.78.4.6. 0.4072.23 and 0.4072.24 are 
large paper copies of Nichols's reprint, the only plays, and pos- 
sibly the only copies, struck off separately. 

359. M. William Shake-speare, His True Chron- 
icle History of the life and death of King Lear, and 
his three Daughters. With the vnfortunate life of 
Edgar, sonne and heire to the Earle of Glocester, 
and his sullen and assumed humour of Tom of Bed- 
lam. As it was plaid before the Kings Maiesty at 
White-Hall, vppon S. Stephens night, in Christmas 
Hollidaies. By his Maiesties Seruants, playing vsu- 
ally at the Globe on the Banck-side. Printed for 
Nathaniel Butter. 1608. (44) ff. 4 G.176.13 

The second of the editions published in 1608. A reprint is 
to be found in Steevens's "Twenty plays," London, 1766, 
0.4025.3.2. 

360. M. William Shake-speare His True Chron- 
icle History of the life and death of King Lear, and 
his three Daughters. With the Vnfortunat life of 
Edgar, sonne and heire to the Earle of Glocester, and 
his sullen assumed humour of Tom of Bedlam. As 
it was plaid before the Kings Maiesty at Whit-Hall, 
vpon S. Stephens night, in Christmas Hollidaies 
\sic\. By his Maiesties Servants, playing vsually at 
the Globe on the Bank-side. London. Printed by 
Jane Bell, and are to be sold at the East-end of 
Christ-Church. 1655. (44) ff. 4 G.176.14 

Printed from the second edition of 1608. This copy belonged 
to Thos. Jolley and afterwards to J. O. Halliwell. It is the rarest 
of the later quartos. 

361. King Lear. A tragedy. By William Shake- 
speare. Collated with the old and modern editions 
[by Charles Jennens]. London: B. White. 1770. 
xiv, (13), 192 [194] pp. Portrait, thejansen. 8 

G.4012.46 ; G.4012.47 ; 2596.16.1 

The dedication is by the editor to himself. It is the first of the 
plays of Shakespeare edited by Jennens. The others are Hamlet, 
Othello, Macbeth, and Julius Caesar. The death of the editor, in 
1773, prevented the carrying out of his intention to edit all the 
plays. The portrait is lettered, " William Shakespear. From 
an original picture by Cornelius Jansen in the collection of C. 
Jennens, Ksq. R. Earloin fecit," and is the first engraving from 
this pidture. 2596.16.1 belonged to Thos. Jolley ana contains his 
autograph and book-plate. Mr. Jolley's copies are bound in two 
volumes, and are lettered on the back, " Shakespeare, Vol. I, 
n." 

King Lear. In Deverell, R. Discoveries in hie- 
roglyphics and other antiquities. London, 1813. 
8 " G.3930.6.2 

With curious notes and illustrations intended to explain the 
play by a reference to the moon. 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



King Lear Love's Labour's 



362. Shakespeare's tragedy of King Lear, ar- 
ranged for representation at the Princess's Theatre, 
with historical and explanatory notes, by Charles 
Kean. As first performed on Saturday, April 17, 
1858. London : J. K. Chapman and co. 90 pp. 
8 No. i in G.4011.5 

The play is somewhat abbreviated. 

363. King Lear. A tragedy by William Shak- 
speare. With explanatory notes founded on the 
best commentators. Edited by R. II. Westley. 
Leipzig: G. Grcebner. 1861. (2), 113 pp. 8 

No. 6 in G.4010.21 

Masterpieces of English literature, No. 6. 

364. Shakspeare's tragedy of King Lear. With 
explanatory and illustrative notes, selected criti- 
cisms on the play, etc. Adapted for schools and for 
private study. By John Hunter. London : Long- 
man. Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green. 186^. 
xvi, 141 pp. 12 4599^6 

365. Same. Adapted for scholastic or private 
study, and for those qualifying for university and 
government examinations. By John Hunter. Lon- 
don : Longmans, Green, and co. 1869. xvi, 141 pp. 
12 6598.34 

366. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's tragedy of King Lear. With explanatory, 
grammatical, and philological notes, critical re- 
marks, and historical extracts. By W. B. Kemshead. 
London: W. Collins, sons, and co. 1875. 136 pp. 
Sm. 8 6594.13 

367. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. King Lear. Edited by William Aldis 
Wright. Oxford, at the Clarendon press. 1876. 
xx, 200 pp. Sm. 8 4599.18.6 

368. King Lear. From Hudson's School Shake- 
speare. Boston : Ginn and Heath. 1877. (2), 375- 
486 pp. 12 No. 8 in G.84.4.1 

369. The prompt-book. Edited by William Win- 
ter. Shakespeare's tragedy of King Lear as pre- 
sented by Edwin Booth. New 1'ork : printed by 
F. Hart and co. 1878. 119 pp. 16 6598.44 

The text of the play is printed upon one side of the leaf only. 

Alterations. 

370. The history of king Lear. Acted at the 
Duke's Theatre. Reviv'd with alterations. By N. 
Tate. I^ondon, printed for E. Flesher, and are to 
be sold by R. Bentley, and M. Magnes in Rtissel- 
street near Covent-Garden, 1681. (7), 67, (i) pp. 
4 No. i in G.4012.39 

The alteration consists chiefly in running "through the whole 
a love betwixt Edgar and Cordelia," and in ending the play with 
their marriage and Lear's triumph. 

371. The history of King Lear, afted at the 
Queens Theatre. Revived with alterations. By N. 
Tate. London, printed for R. Wellington, at the 
Dolphin and Crown in St. Paul's Church- Yard, 
and E. Rumbold at the Post House, Coi'ent Garden ; 
and Tho. Osborne, at Grays-Inn, near the Walks. 
[1692?] 60 pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4012.39 

372. The history of King Lear, a tragedy : as it 
is now adted at the King's Theatres. Revived, with 
alterations, by N. Tate. London : C. Hitch. 1756. 
69, (2) pp. 12 G.4012.40 

The cast of characters differs from the preceding editions. 

373. Same. London : C. Hitch. 1763. 69, (2) 
pp. 12 G.4012.41 

The cast of characters is the same as in the first edition. 

374. The history of King Lear. As it is per- 
formed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden [by 
George Colman]. London: R. Bald-win. 1768. 
(i), v, (i), 71 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4012.39; G.4012.45 



This alteration follows Tate except in the love of Edgar and 
Cordelia, where it follows the original. 0.4012.45 belonged to 
W. C. Mac-ready and contains his autograph and manuscript 
alterations. 

King Lear. A tragedy. Written by Shakespeare. 
With alterations. First adted at the Theatre-Royal 
in Covent-Garden, on the 2oth of February, 1768. 
/// Colman, G. Dramatick works. London, 1777. 
8 G.3816.7.3 

375. The history of King Lear, a tragedy. As it 
is now acted at the Theatres Royal in Drury-Lane 
and Covent-Garden. Revived, with alterations, bv 
N. Tate. London: F. and J. Noble. 1771. 71, (i") 
pp. Plate. 12 G.4012.42; G.4012.43 

The cast of characters is that of the two theatres for 1771. 
0.4012.43 is an interleaved copy. 

376. King Lear; a tragedy, in five acts; by 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Thea- 
tres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden. Print- 
ed under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 
[1808?] 78pp. 12 G.4012.48 

An adaptation of Tate's alteration. This copy belonged to 
Jos. Harvey, and contains numerous manuscript notes of a man- 
ager and is" said to be " mark'd from Mr. Kemble's book." 

377. King Lear; a tragedy, in five acts ; by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatres- 
Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Printed 
under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 
[i8u?J 78pp. Plate. 12 No. i in G.4011.1.4 

378. Shakspeare's King Lear, (from Nahum 
Tate's alterations), a tragedy; revised by J. P. Kem- 
ble ; and now published as it is performed at the 
Theatres Royal. London : J. Miller. 1815. 75 pp. 
12 G.3964.2.5 ; G.4011.2.4 

379. King Lear; a tragedy, in five acts ; by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatres- 
Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Printed 
under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 
[1817?] 78pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.15 

380. Shakspeare's tragedy of King Lear. Printed 
chiefly from Nahum Tate's edition, with some resto- 
rations from the original text, by R. W. Elliston. 
London : printed by J. Tabby. 1820. xi, 68 pp. 
12 G.4012.44 

381. King Lear. A tragedy, in five acts. By 
William Shakspere. London : Hayward and Adam. 
1845. 79 pp. 16 No. i in G.4012.3 

Tate's and Elliston's version, in part. 

382. French's standard drama. No. LXXI.* King 
Lear. A tragedy in five acts. By William Shak- 
speare. With the stage business, casts of charac- 
ters, costumes, relative positions, etc. New York : 
S.French. [1848?] 69 pp. 12 No. 9 in G.84.3.1 

Founded upon Tate's version, ending, however, with the 
death of Lear and Cordelia. An edition was also printed from 
the same plates with a slight change in the title-page in the 
" Modern standard drama" series. The introduction is bv John 
W. S. Hows. 

Love's Labour's Lost. 

383. Loues Labours lost. A Wittie And Pleas- 
ant Comedie, As it was Acted by his Maiesties Ser- 
uants at the Blacke-Friers and the Globe. Written 
By William Shakespeare. London, Printed by W. 
S. for lohn Smethwicke, and are to be sold at his 
Shop in Saint Dunstones Churchyard vnder the 
Diall. 1631. (38; ff. 4 G.176.15 



27- 



Love's Labour's Macbeth 



SHAKESPEARE 



This copy was bought at Halliwell's sale in 1857. A reprint 
of this edition is to be found in Steevens's " Twenty plays," 
0.4025.3.1. 

384. Bell's edition. Love's labour's lost. By 
Will. Shakspere : printed complete from the text of 
Sam. Johnson and Geo. Steevens, and revised from 
the last editions. London: J. Bell. 1788. 114 pp. 
Plates. T2 No. i in G.4011.10 

385. Love's labour's lost. A comedy, in five 
acts. By William Shakspeare. With original casts, 
costumes, and the whole of the stage business, cor- 
rectly marked and arranged, by J. B. Wright, assist- 
ant manager of the Boston Theatre. Neiv York: S. 
French. [1858?] 47pp. 12 No. 10 in G.84.3.1 

Also published from the same plates in " Spencer's Boston 
theatre, No. 139." 

386. Loues labour's lost. By Mr. William 
Shakespeare : the text from the Folio of 1623 ; 
with notices of the known editions preuiously 
issued. London. Printed for L. Booth. 1862. (4), 
23 pp. 4 G.166.11 

An interleaved copy. 

Alteration. 

387. The students. A comedy. Altered from 
Shakespeare's Love's labours lost, and adapted to 
the stage. London: T.Hope. 1762. (4), 78, (i) 
pp. 8 G.4014.31 

The alteration consists chiefly in the introduction in A<!t 3 
of a love scene between Biron and Jaquenetta. 

Macbeth. 

388. Macbeth, a tragedy : with all the altera- 
tions, amendments, additions, and new songs [by 
Sir William Davenant]. As it is now acted at the 
Dukes Theatre. London : printed for A. Clark. 
1674. (4), 60 pp. 4 

No. i in G.4010.7 ; No. i in G.4013.1 

Some of the additions were taken from " The witch," by 
Middleton. 

Macbeth, a tragedy. With all the alterations, 
amendments, additions, and new songs. As it's 
now acted at the Dukes Theatre. London, printed 
for P. Chet-win, 1674. Reprint. 4 6591.2.2 

In Furness's "New variorum edition," Philadelphia, 1873. 

389. Macbeth, a tragedy with all the alterations, 
amendments, additions, and new songs. As it is 
now acted at the Theatre Royal. London : Printed 
for H. Herring-man, and R. Bentley. 1695. (4) 
60 pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4013.1 

A reprint of the edition of 1674 (No. 388) with slight changes. 

390. Macbeth. A tragedy. With all the altera- 
tions, amendments, additions, and new songs. As 
it is now acted at the Queen's-Theatre. London : 
printed for J. Tonson. 1710. (4), 52 pp. 4 

No. 3 in G.4010.8 

A reprint of the edition of 1674 (No. 388) with slight changes. 
The dramatis persona; differs from that in the previous editions. 

391. The tragedy of Macbeth. By Mr. William 
Shakespear. To which are added all the original 
songs. Never printed in any of the former editions. 
London : J. Tonson. 1734. 68, (4) pp. 12 

G.4013.2 

An interleaved copy, containing manuscript notes and altera- 
tions for an intended edition by James Plumptre. 

392. The historical tragedy of Macbeth, (written 
originally by Shakespear) newly adapted to the 
stage, with alterations [by John Lee], as performed 
at the Theatre in Edinburgh. Edinburgh, printed 
by W. Cheyne. 1753. (4), 88 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4013.3 

This copy belonged to Isaac Reed and contains his auto- 
graph. 



28 



393. Macbeth : a tragedy, by William Shake- 
spear. To which are added all the original songs. 
London: H. Wood-fall. 1768. 68, (4) pp. 12 

No. 2 in G.3925.27 

Apparently a reprint of the edition of 1734 (No. 391). 

394. Macbeth. A tragedy. By William Shake- 
speare. Collated with the old and modern editions 
[by Charles Jennens]. London. W. Oii-rn. 1773. 
133 pp. Plate. 8 G.4013.5 ; 2596.I6'.2 

" In the catalogue of the King's library, British Museum, the 
name .of Abbott is given as the editor."" Notes and queries, 
series 2, vol. ii,-p. 12. 

395. Macbeth. A tragedy. Written by William 
Shakspeare, with the additions set to music by Mr. 
Locke and Dr. Arne. Marked with the variations 
in the manager's book at the Theatre-Royal in Dru- 
ry-Lane. London: C.Bathurst. 178*5. 66pp. 12 

6579.57 

396. Macbeth. A tragedy. Written by William 
Shakespeare. Taken from the manager's book, at 
the Theatre Royal, Drurv-Lane. London : printed 
by R. Butters. [1785?] * 44 [52] pp. 12 

No. 2 in G.4015.30 

Published, probably, on occasion of the benefit of Mrs. Sid- 
dons, Feb. 2, 1785, at which time she appeared as L,ady Macbeth. 
See Genest, vol. 6, p. 336. 

397. Macbeth : a tragedy. Written by William 
Shakspeare. With notes and emendations, by Har- 
ry Rowe, trumpet-major to the high sheriffs of 
Yorkshire; and master of a puppet-show. The sec- 
ond edition. York : printed by Wilson, Spence, 
and Matvman. 1799. 112 pp. Portrait of Rowe. 
8 No. 2 in G.4013.3; G.4013.4 ; 2597.20 

0.4013.3 belonged to Isaac Reed and contains his autograph 
and the following manuscript note by him : " This publication 
is supposed to have been by Dr. Hunter of York." His aim was 
to aid Rowe, at that time in extreme poverty. The notes are 
satirical. 

398. Shakspeare's Macbeth, a tragedy, revised 
by J. P. Kemble ; and now first published as it is 
acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. Lon- 
don : J. Ridgway. 1803. 64 pp. 8 

No. 5 in G.4011.3 

399. Macbeth ; a tragedy, by William Shakspeare. 
Printed from the text of Samuel Johnson and George 
Steevens, as last revised by Isaac Reed. With se- 
lected and original anecdotes and annotations, bio- 
graphical, explanatory, critical and dramatic. Lon- 
don, Mathe-ws and Leigh. 1807. 227 pp. 8 

G.4013.6; G.4013.7 

The original notes are signed L. 

400. Macbeth ; a tragedy, in five acts ; by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatres 
Royal, Covent Garden and Drury Lane. Printed 
under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. [1808 ?] 
72 pp. 12 354.1.4 

401. Macbeth ; a tragedy, in five acts ; by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatres 
Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden. Printed 
under the authority of the managers from the prompt 
book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Broivn. [1811?] 
72pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.20; G.4011.1.4 

402. Shakspeare's Macbeth, a tragedy; revised 
by J. P. Kemble ; and now published as it is per- 
formed at the Theatres Royal. London : y. Miller. 
1814. 67 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4011.2.3 

403. Macbeth, a tragedy, by Shakspeare ; revived 
at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, November, 1814, 
under the superintendance of S. J. Arnold. Lon- 
don : J. Miller. 1814. 67 pp. 12 G.3964.2.3 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



Macbeth 



This edition is the same as the preceding one, Kemble's name 
Deing left oft" the title-page, and the cast ot characters forCovent 
Garden Theatre being omitted. 

404. Hinds' English stage. Macbeth. A trage- 
dy. By William Shakspeare. Acting edition, with 
accurate stage directions. Embellished with a beau- 
tiful engraving. London : Simpkin. Marshall, and 
co. 1839. 59> C 1 ) PP- I2 ^- 3 i n G.4011.11 

405. Shakspere's Macbeth, aus der Folioausgabe 
von 1623 abgedruckt, mit den Varianten der Folio- 
ausgaben von 1632, 1664 und 1687 und kritisch'en 
Anmerkungen zum Text herausgegeben von N. De- 
lius. Bremen. C. Schuneniann. 1841. viii, 86, 
(i) pp. 8 No. 5 in G.4065.15 

Bnglish text and German notes. 

406. Shakspere als Vermittler zweier Nationen. 
Von Karl Simrock. Probeband : Macbeth. Stutt- 
gart. J. G. Cotta'scher Verlag. 1842. xx, 192 pp. 
8 G.4065.19 

The English and German texts are given on opposite pages. 
A manuscript letter of the translator, dated June 15, 1847, is 
inserted. 

407. Macbeth. Historisch treurspel van Shak- 
spere. Oorspronkelijke uitgave. Ten gebruike der 
gymnasia met ophelderingen voorzien door S. Su- 
san. Deventer, J. de Lange. 1843. (6), 83 pp. 
8 No. i in G.4010.14 

English text with notes in Dutch. 

408. French's standard drama. Number L. 
Macbeth. A tragedy in five acts. By William 
Shakspeare. With the stage business, cast of char- 
acters, relative positions, etc. Ne-w York : S. 
French. [1847?] 60 pp. 12 No. II in G.84.3.1 

Also published in the "Modern standard drama," with a 
change of title-page. 

409. Macbet : a trajedi, by Wilyam .Zacsper. Fw- 
netic Famili Edijun, with bref Ecsplanaturi Newts, bi 
Alecs. J. Elis. Lundun : F. Pitman [printed bi A. 
J. Elis]. 1849. 77 PP- I2 No - 2 in G.40i2.4 

410. Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, with an 
introduction, critical and historical notes etc., by 
M. P. Lindo. Arnhem, D. A. Thieme. 1853. (6), 
xxvi, in pp. 8 G.4013.8 

411. Macbeth von William Shakspeare. Erklart 
von Ludwig Herrig. Berlin. T. C. F. Enslin. 1853. 
xxxi, 91 pp. 8 No. i in G.4010.20 

" Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller, erstes Bandchen." 
English text with German notes. 

412. Shakespeare restored. [Macbeth, by Hast- 
ings Ehvin.] Norwich : printed by C. Muskett. 
1853. xxv > C 1 ). I0 7 PP- 4 G.4013.10 

" Only one hundred copies printed, not for sale." Inserted at 
the end is a cutting from the London Athenaeum, Jan. 21, 1854, 
containing a review of this book. The introduction is called 
" A lamp for the reader." 

413. Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Uitge- 
geven en verklaard door C. W. Opzoomer. Amster- 
dam, J. H. Gebhard en co. 1862. (4), 146 pp. 12 

No. 3 in G.4010.22 ; No. 3 in G.4056.6 

There is another title-page, "The plays of William Shake- 
speare. Uitgegeven en verklaard door C. YV. Opzoomer. Tweede 
stuk. Macbeth. Amsterdam, . . . 1862." The first play was 
Othello published in 1860. These, with Julius Caesar, app'ear to 
have been the only ones published. 

414. Shakespeares Macbeth. With the chapters 
of Hollinshed's " Historic of Scotland" on which 
the play is based. Adapted for educational pur- 
poses, with an introduction, and notes, philological 
and analytic. By Walter Scott Dalgleish. Edin- 
burgh : J. Gordon. 1862. 112 pp. Sm. 8 

G.4013.9 

415. Shakspeare's tragedy of Macbeth : adapted 
expressly for Madame Ristori and her Italian dra- 
matic company, under the management of J. Grau. 



The Italian translation by Giulio Carcano. Netv 
York: Sanford, Harroun and co.. printers. 1866. 
31 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3910.9 

Many scenes are omitted. 

416. Shakespeare's tragedy of Macbeth as pro- 
duced by Edwin Booth. Adapted from the text of 
the Cambridge editors, with introductory remarks, 
etc., by Henry L. Hinton. Neiv York: Hurd and 
Houghton. [1868.] So pp. 12 No. 2 in 6573.3.1 

Booth's series of a<5ting plays, No. 2. 

417. Shakspeare's tragedy of Macbeth. With 
explanatory and illustrative notes ; selected criti- 
cisms on the play ; and numerous extracts from the 
history on which the play is founded. Adapted for 
scholastic or private study, and for those qualifying 
for university and government examinations. By 
John Hunter. London : Longmans, Green, and co. 
1869. xxiv, 107 pp. 12 6598.15 

418. Macbeth. Edited by Charles E. Moberly. 
Rivingtons. London, 1872. 102 pp. Sm. 8 

6596.4.3 

On the half-title is " Seleft plays of Shakspere. The Rugby 
edition." 

419. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. Macbeth. Edited by W. G. Clark and 
W. A. Wright. Oxford : Clarendon press. 1874. 
xliii, 180 pp. Sm. 8 4599.1S.3 

Macbeth. /// Davenant, Sir W. Dramatic works. 
Edinburgh, 1874. 8 2478.59.5 

Macbeth. In Sprague, H. B., editor. Master- 
pieces in English literature. Ne-w York, 1874. 8 

2552.11 

420. Macbeth, trage'die par Shakspeare. Edition 
classique, prece'dee d'une notice litte'raire par E. Sed- 
ley. Paris. J. Delalain et fils. [1875.] (4), xxiv, 
103 pp. 12 " G.88.3 

English text with introduction and notes in French. 

421. Les auteurs anglais expliques d'apres une 
methode nouvelle par deux traductions francaises, 
1'une litte'rale et juxtalineaire pre'sentant le mot a 
mot francais en regard des mots anglais correspon- 
dants, 1'autre correcte et prece'dee du texte anglais, 
avec des sommaires et des notes par une Societe* de 
professeurs et de savants. Shakespeare. Macbeth. 
Paris: Hachette et cie. 1876. (4), viii, 266pp. 
16 G.148.11 

" Ce drame a ele explique par Angellier; la traduclion fran- 
caise est celle de M. E. Montegut." 

422. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's tragedy of Macbeth. With introductory 
remarks; explanatory, grammatical, and philologi- 
cal notes ; etc. By Samuel Neil. London : W. Col- 
lins, sons, and co. 1876. 151, (2) pp. Sm. 8 

6594.9 

423. Shakspeare. Macbeth. Texte anglais. Edi- 
tion pre'cede'e d'une notice critique et historique. et 
accompagnee de notes par O'Sullivan. Paris: Ha- 
chcttc et c'f. 1877. (4), xx, 1 06 pp. 18 G.88.9 

424. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 5. Macbeth. Bos- 
ton. Ginn and Heath. 1877. (2), 487-569 pp. 12 

No. i in G.84.4.2 

425. (Hamnet edition.) The tragedy of Mac- 
beth : according to the first folio (spelling modern- 
ised). With remarks on Shakspere's use of capital 
letters in his manuscript. And a few notes. By 
Allan Park Paton. Edinburgh : Edmonston and co. 
1877. xix, 72, 18 pp. 8 6592.4 

426. Shakespeare's tragedy of Macbeth. Edited, 
with notes, by William J. Rolfe. With engravings. 



29 



Macbeth Merchant 



SHAKESPEARE 



New York: Harper and brothers. 1877. 260 pp. 
16 359.23; 6599.25 

6599.25 is a presentation copy from the editor. 

Parodies. 

427. The three conjurers, a political interlude. 
Stolen from Shakespeare. As it was performed at 
sundry places in Westminster, on Saturday the 3oth 
of April, and Sunday the ist of May. Most humbly 
dedicated to that distressed and unfortunate gentle- 
man, John Wilkes, late prisoner in the Tower, and 
late colonel of the militia for the countv of Bucking- 
ham, but still member of Parliament for Aylesbury. 
London: E. Cade. [1763.] (2), 26pp. 4 

G.4014.34 

A satire directed against Lord Bute, introduced under the 
name of Macboote. 

Macbeth travestie ; in three acts. With burlesque 
annotations, after the manner of Dr. Johnson, G. 
Steevens, and the various commentaries. In Ac- 
cepted addresses. London, 1813. 12 G.4015.39 

Same. Third edition. London, 1813. 12 

G.4015.40 

428. Macbeth travestie. By W. K. Northall. 
With the stage business, cast of characters, relative 
positions, etc. New York: S. French. [1843?] 
5-36 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4015.28 

No. xxxvi. The minor draina. 

429. Same. New York. W. Taylor and co. 
[ J 843 ?] 36pp. Woodcut. 12 No. 3 in G.4015.28 

A preface has been added to this edition. 

430. Macbeth travestie. A burlesque. In two 
acts. As performed at Henley on the day of the re- 
gatta, June 17, 1847. Third edition. Oxford: E. 
T. Spiers. 1850. 28 pp. 12 No. 3 in G.88.5 

Measure for measure. 

431. Shakspeare's Measure for measure, a come- 
dy, revised byj. P. Kemble; and now first published 
as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Gar- 
den. London : J. Ridgway. 1803. 68 pp. 8 

No. 2 inG.4011.3 

432. Measure for measure ; a comedy, in five 
acts; as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent 
Garden. By William Shakspeare. Printed under 
the authority of the managers from the prompt 
book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : 
Longman, Hurst, Rces, and Orme. [1808?] 715 pp. 
Plate. 12 354.1.3 

433. Measure for measure ; a comedy, in five 
acts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the 
authority of the managers from the prompt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Bro-wn. [iSn?] 75 
pp. Plate. 12 6.4011.1.3 

434. Shakspeare's Measure for measure, a com- 
edy ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now published 
as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. London : 
J. Miller. 1815. 71 pp. 12 G.4011.2.4; G.3964.2.1 

435. Measure for measure ; a comedy, in five 
acts; by William Shakspeare. As performed at 
the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under 
the authority of the managers from the prompt 
book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : 
Longman. Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. [1816?] 
75 pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.14 

436. Measure for measure. A comedy, in five 
acts. By William Shakspeare. Printed from the 
acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical 
[by George Daniel]. To which are added, a de- 
scription of the costume, cast of the characters, exits 
and entrances, relative positions of the performers 



on the stage, and the whole of' the stage business, as 
now performed at the Theatres-Royal London. 
Embellished with a fine wood engraving, by Mr. 
White, from a drawing by R. Cruikshank. London : 
J. Cumberland. [l824">J 62, (i) pp. 12 

No. 2 in G.84.5 
No. 44 ofcCumberland's British theatre. 

Alteration*. 

The law against lovers. In Davenant, Sir W. 
Works. London, 1673. F G.3820.2; 2600.6 

Davenant has borrowed the characters of Beatrice and Bene- 
dick from " Much ado about nothing," but otherwise the plot in 
the main and the characters of the play are taken from " Measure 
for measure." 

437. Measure for measure, or beauty the best 
advocate. As it is acted at the Theatre in Lincolns- 
Inn-Fields. Written originally by Mr. Shakespear : 
and now very much alter'd ; with additions of sev- 
eral entertainments of musick [by Charles Gildon]. 
London : D. Brown. 170x2. (8), 84 [48] pp. 4 

G.4013.11 

From Davenant " Gildon has borrowed whatever suited him, 
but without any acknowledgment." Genest. English stage, 
vol. 1 1, p. 221. He has left out the parts taken from " Much ado 
about nothing," and introduced "The loves of Dido and vEneas, 
a mask, in four musical entertainments." 

The law against lovers. In Davenant, Sir W. 
Dramatic works. Edinburgh, 1874. 8 2478.59.5 

Merchant of Venice. 

438. The most excellent Historie of the Merchant 
of Venice. With the extreame crueltie of Shylocke 
the lewe towards the sayd Merchant, in cutting a 
iust pound of his flesh : and the obtayning of Portia 
by the choyse of three chests. As it hath beene 
diuers times acted by the Lord Chamberlaine his 
Seruants. Written by William Shakespeare. At 
London, Printed by I. JR. for Thomas Heyes, and 
are to be sold in Panics Church-vard, at the signc of 
the Greene Dragon. 1600. (38) ff. 4 G.176.16 

This copy was bought at Heber's sale in 1834. " A fine copy." 
Barton. 

439. The Excellent History of the Merchant of 
Venice. With the extreme cruelty of Shylocke the 
lew towards the saide Merchant, in cutting a iust 
pound of his flesh. And the obtaining of Portia, by 
the choyse of three Caskets. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. Printed by J. Roberts, 1600. (40) ff. 4 

G.176.17 

There is a reprint of this edition in Steevens's " Twenty 
plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.1. 

440. The most excellent Historie of the Merchant 
of Venice. With the extreame crueltie of Shylocke 
the lewe towards the said Merchant, in cutting a 
just pound of his flesh : and the obtaining of Portia 
by the choice of three Chests. As it hath beene 
divers times acted by the Lord Chamberlaine his 
Servants. Written by William Shakespeare. Lon- 
don, Printed by M. P. for Laurence Hayes, and are. 
to be sold at his shop on Fleetbridge. 1637. (3^) ff- 
4 G.176.18; G.176.19 

441. The merchant of Venice. A comedy. As 
it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and 
Covent-Garden. By Shakespeare. London : *J. 
Wenman. 1777. Portrait, Macklin in the character 

of Shylock. 20 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4011.7 

442. The merchant of Venice. A comedy. As 
it is performed at the Theatres Royal. Written by 
William Shakespeare, Esq. London : M. Lister. 
1788. 31 pp. Plate. Sq. 12 G.4013.12 

443. The comedy of the merchant of Venice. By 
William Shakspeare. With the notes and illustra- 
tions of various commentators, and remarks by the 
editor [Ambrose Eccles]. Dublin: Jones, printer. 
1805. (2), iv, (2), 327 pp. 8 G.4013.15 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



Merchant of Venice 



The editor in his pri-fai-e 
lished by him at this time, ant 
lettered Vol. I, but the second 
given, does not appear to have 



o plays as being pub- 

-t-s of this volume are 

whictflne name is not 

: d. 



444. The merchant of \ \ omedy, in five 
ac'ts ; by William Shakspenn. onned at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent.Garden. PM d under the 
authority of the managers frO'n tlu- ; unpt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbal Ion : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, and Or me. [l8o8f] 72pp. 
Plate. 12 G.66.3.8 

Merchant of Venice. In Deverell, R. Discover- 
ies in hieroglyphics, and other antiquities. London, 
1813. 8 G.3930.6.3 

With curious notes and illustrations intended to explain the 
play " by a reference to appearances in the moon." 

445. Shakspeare's Merchant of Venice, a com- 
edy ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now published 
as it is performed at the Theatres Roval. London : 
y. Miller. 1814. 70 pp. 12 G.4011.2.3 ; G.3964.2.2 

446. Shakespeare's Kaufmann von Venedig. 
Englisch-deutsche Ausgabe mit 27 Scenen und Vi- 
gnetten in feinstem Holzstich. Die deutsche Ueber- 
tragung von Alexander Fischer. Pforzheim. D. 
Finch und co. 1843. (2), 86 pp. 8 No. 7 in G.3910.9 

The Bnglish and German texts are in parallel columns. 

447. French's standard drama. No. LXI. The 
merchant of Venice. A comedy in five acts. By 
William Shakspeare. With the stage business, cast 
of characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. 
New York : S. French. [1848?] 63 pp. 12 

No. 12 in G.84.3.1 

An edition was also published from the same plates with a 
slight change in the title-page, in the " Modern standard 
drama." 

448. The merchant of Venice by William Shak- 
speare. Erklart von Ludwig Herrig. Berlin. T. 
C. F. Enslin. 1854. (3), in pp. 8 

No. 4 in G.4010.20 

" Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller. Funftes Bandchen." 
English text, with German notes. 

449. The most excellent historic of the merchant 
of Venice written by William Shakspeare. Lon- 
don : S. Low, son, and co. 1860. vii, (i), 95 pp. 
Illustrated. 4 G.4013.16 

There are twenty wood engravings after B. Foster, G. H. 
Thomas, and H. Brandling, with emblematical devices and orna- 
ments by Harry Rogers. The editor has omitted "a few lines 
which might be thought objectionable." 

450. Shakspeare's comedy of The merchant of 
Venice: with introductory remarks ; copious inter- 
pretation of the text; and numerous critical and 
grammatical notes. Adapted for scholastic or private 
study, and especially for the guidance of persons 
qualifying for university- and government examina- 
tions. By John Hunter. London : Longman, Green, 
Longman, and Roberts. 1861. xxi, 144 pp. 12 

G 4013.17 ; 2598.33 

451. The merchant of Venice. A comedy by 
William Shakspeare. With explanatory notes 
founded on the best commentators. Edited by R. 
H. Westley. Leipzig: G. Grcebner. 1861. (2), 82 
pp. 8 

Masterpieces of English literature, No. 4. 

452. The merchant of Venice. By Mr. William 
Shakespeare : the text from- the Folio of 1623; with 
notices of the known editions preuiously issued. 
London. Printed for L. Booth. 1862. (6) 22 pp. 
4 G.166.12 

An interleaved copy. 

453. The most excellent historic of the merchant 
of Venice. With the extreame crueltie of Shylocke 
the levve towards the saj r d merchant, in cutting a 
iust pound of his flesh : and the obtayning of Portia 



by the choyse of three chests. Written by William 
Shakespeare. 1600. Abbreviated and adapted for 
social reading in parts by the Swanswick Shake- 
speare circle and edited by John Earle. London : 
Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts. 1862. 
xiv, (i), 48 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.9 

454. The merchant of Venice, as produced at the 
Winter Garden Theatre of New York, January, 1867, 
by Edwin Booth. A new adaptation to the* stage. 
With notes, original and selected, and introductory 
articles by Henry L. Hinton. New York : printed 
by C. A. Alvord. 1867. 46 pp. Illustrated. L. 8 

4590a.l 

455. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. The merchant of Venice. Edited by W. 
G. Clark and W. A. Wright. Oxford: Clarendon 
Press. 1868. xxiii, 130 pp. Sm. 8 4599.18.1 

456. Shakespeare's comedy of The merchant of 
Venice as produced by Edwin Booth. Adapted from 
the text of the Cambridge editors, with introductory 
remarks, etc., by Henry L. Hinton. Neiv York: 
Hurd and Houg'hton. [1868.] 87. (i) pp. 12 

No. 3 in 6573.3.1 
Booth's series of adling plays, No. 3. 

457. Shakspeare's comedy of The merchant of 
Venice: with in troductory remarks ; copious inter- 
pretation of the text; and numerous critical and 
grammatical notes. Adapted for scholastic or pri- 
vate study, and for those qualifying for university 
and government examinations. By John Hunter. 
New edition. London : Longmans, Green, and co. 
1869. xxi, 144 pp. 12 6598.9 

458. Shakespeare's comedy of The merchant of 
Venice. Edited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 
With engravings. Nevj York : Harper and broth- 
ers. 1871. 168 pp. Portraits. 16 359.19 ; 6599.13 

A few lines are omitted. 6599.13 is a presentation copy from 
the editor. 

459. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's comedy of The merchant of Venice. With 
introductory remarks, and explanatory, grammati- 
cal, and philological notes. By D. Morris. Lon- 
don : W. Collins, sons, and co. 1874. 106 pp. 
Sm. 8 6594.14 

A few passages have been omitted. 

460. The merchant of Venice by William Shake- 
speare. Fur den Schulgebrauch erklart von L. 
Riechelmann. Leipzig: B. G. Teubner. 1876. xx, 
u8pp. 8 G.85.4 

The text is mainly that of the edition published in 1869 in the 
Clarendon press series, with notes in German. 

461. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number i. The merchant 
of Venice. Boston: Ginn and Heath. 1878. (2), 
97-172 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.84.4.2 

Alterations. 

462. The Jew of Venice. A comedy. As it is 
acted at the Theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields, 
by his majesty's servants [by George Granville, 
baron Lansdowne]. London, B. Lintott, 1701. (6), 
46, (i) pp. 4 G.4014.38 



Nearly the whole of the second a<5t and parts of the others 
ave been omitted. The character of Shvlock is essentially un- 



the play were given to Dryden's family. 




463. Same. London : B. Lintot. 1732. 165- 
226 pp. 12 G.4014.39 

Printed in a volume having no general title-page, with The 
she-gallants, and Heroick love, plays by Lord Lansdowne, 



Merchant Merry Wives 



SHAKESPEARE 



464. The merchant of Venice. A play in three 
acts. Altered from Shakspeare [by James Plump- 
tre]. Manuscript. 79 ft'. 4 G.4013.13 

On the fly-leaf is written "James Plumptre, Clare Hall. Cam. 
March. 1791." The alterations consist chiefly of omissions. 

465. The merchant of Venice, a comedy, altered 
from Shakespeare [by Richard Valpy], as it was 
acted at Reading school, in October, 1802, for the 
benefit of the Literary fund. Reading: Smart and 
Co-wslade. 1802. (8), 82, (3) pp. 8 G.4013.14 

Several scenes are omitted and there are some changes in aft 5 
resembling' those made in Plumptre's alteration. 

Parodies. 

466. The merchant of Venice travestie. A bur- 
lesque. In one act. By the author of " Macbeth 
travestie," etc. Oxford: E. T. Spiers. 1849. 33 
pp. 12 No. 2 in G.88.5 

467. The minor drama. No. cxxxn. Shylock, 
or the merchant of Venice preserved. An entirely 
new reading of Shakespeare, from an edition hith- 
erto undiscovered by modern authorities, and which 
it is hoped may be received as the stray leaves of a 
Jerusalem hearty-joke. By Francis Talfourd. As 
performed in the London and American theatres. 
To which are added a description of the costume, 
cast of the characters, entrances and exits, relative 
positions, and the whole of the stage business. 
NewTork: S.French. [1857?] 30 pp. 12 

No. 6 in G.4015.30 

468. The peddler of very nice ; a burlesque. By 
the author of "Sylvia's soldier," etc. [George M. 
Baker.] Boston: G. M. Baker and co. [1866.] 2, 
201-214 pp. 12 No. 9 in G.84.2.1 

In "The amateur drama" series. 

The peddler of very nice. A burlesque of the trial- 
scene. In Baker, G. M. Amateur dramas. Boston, 
1871. 12 1346.11 

Merry Wives of Windsor. 

A Most pleasaunt and excellent conceited Come- 
die, of Syr John Falstaffe, and the merrie Wiues of 
Windsor. Entermixed with sundrie variable and 
pleasing humors of Syr Hugh the Welch Knight, 
Justice Shallow, and his wise Cousin M. Slender. 
With the swaggering vaine of Auncient Pistoll, and 
Corporall Nym. By William Shakespeare. As it 
hath bene diuers times Acted by the right Honor- 
able mv Lord Chamberlaines servants. Both before 
her Maiestie, and else-where. London Printed by 
T. C. for Arthur lohnson, and are to be sold at his 
shop in Poivles Church-yard, at the signe of the 
Flower de Leuse and the CroTvne. 1602. Reprint. 
4 

Reprints of this edition are to be found in " The first sketch 
of Shakespeare's Merry wives of Windsor, edited by J. O. Hal- 



4592.5.1; and in Hazlitt's "Shakespeare's library," London, 
1875, 0.78.4.6. 

469. A Most pleasant and excellent conceited 
Comedy, of Sir lohn Falstaffe, and the merry 
Wiues of Windsor. With the swaggering vaine of 
Ancient Pistoll, and Corporall Nym. Written by 
W. Shakespeare. Printed for Arthur Johnson, 
1619. (28) if. 4 G.176.20 

A reprint of the edition of 1602 with very slight alterations. 
There is also a reprint of this edition of \6icf in Steevens's 
"Twenty plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.1. 

470. The Merry Wives Of Windsor. With the 
humours of Sir lohn Falstafte, As also the swagger- 
ing vaine of Ancient Pistoll, and Corporall Nym. 
Written by William Shake-Speare. Newly correct- 
ed. London : Printed by T. H. for R. Meighen, 



and are to be sold at his Shop, next to the Middle- 
Temple Gate, and in : S. Dunstans Church-vard in 
Fleet-street, 1630. (39), ff. 4 G.176.21 

This copy has numerous manuscript stage directions proba- 
bly of a contemporary date. -- A reprint of this edition is to be 
found in Steevens's "Twenty plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.1. 

471. The merry wives of Windsor; a comedy, 
written by Shakspeare; and revised byj. P. Kem- 
ble. London: C. Lotvndes. 1797. 63 pp. 8 

G.4013.18 

472. Shakspeare's Merry wives of Windsor, a 
comedy, revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first 
published as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Co- 
vent Garden. London : J. Ridgivay. 1804. (4), 
72 pp. 8 No. i in G.4011.3 

473. The merry wives of Windsor; a comedy, in 
five acts; by William Shakspeare. As performed at 
the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Gar- 
den. Printed under the authority of the managers 
from the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. 
Inchbald. London : printed [by Savage and Eas- 
ingwood~\ for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 
[1806?] 83 pp. Plate. 12 No. 2 in 354.1.3 

474. Same. London : \_printed by T. Davison\ 
for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. [i8oS?J 
83 pp. Plate. 12 No. 2 in G.4011.1.3 

475. Shakspeare's Merry wives of Windsor, a 
comedy ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now pub- 
lished as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London : J. Miller. 1815. 79 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.1 ; G.4011.2.5 

476. The merry wives of Windsor; a comedy, in 
five acts ; by William Shakespeare. As performed 
at the Theatres-Royal, Covent-Garden and Drury- 
Lane. Printed under the authority of the managers 
from the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inch- 
bald. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and 
Bro-wn. [1816?] 82 pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.16 

The plate differs from that in the editions of 1806 and 1808. 

477. Oxberry's edition. The merry wives of 
Windsor, a comedy ; by W. Shakspeare. With pre- 
fatory remarks. The only edition existing which is 
faithfully marked with the stage business, and stage 
directions, as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
By W. Oxberry, comedian. London. W. Simpkin, 
and R. Marshall. 1820. (2), iii, (3), 75, pp. Por- 
trait of Mr. Wewitzer as Doctor Caius. 12 

No. 3 in G.84.2.1 

478. The merry wives of Windsor. A comedy. 
In five acts. By William Shakspeare. With edito- 
rial remarks, original casts, costumes, scene and 
property plots, and all the stage business. New 
Tork : S. French. [1855?] 71 pp. 12 

No. i in G.84.3.2 

No. CCXLI of French's standard drama. 

479. The merry wiues of Windsor. By Mr. Wil- 
liam Shakespeare : the text from the Folio of 1623; 
with notices of the known editions preuiously issued. 
London. L. Booth. 1862. (6), 22 pp. 4 G.166.13 

An interleaved copy. 

Alteration. 

480. The comical gallant : or the amours of Sir 
John Falstaffe. A comedy. As it is acted at the 
Theatre Royal in Drury-iane. By his majesty's 
servants. By Mr. Dennis. To which is added, A 
large account of the taste in poetry, and the causes 
of the degeneracy of it. London, A. Bald-win. 
1702. (16), 49, (i) pp. 4 G.4014.40 

" Dennis has rewritten about half of the dialogue, and mate- 
rially changed the conduct of the piece." J-fallhvell. No. 3 in 
0.3824.3 is another copy of the "Large account." 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



Midsummer night's dream 



Midsummer night's dream. 

481. A Midsommer nights dreame. As it hath 
beene sundry times publickely ated. by the Right 
honourable, the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants. 
Written bv William Shakespeare. Imprinted at 
London, for Thomas. Fisher, and are to be sonlde at 
his shoppe. at the Signc of the White Hurt, in Fleete- 
streete. 1600. (32) ff. 4 G.176.22 

From Heber's sale. " A very fine copy." Barton. 

482. Same. Shakespeare's Midsummer night's 
dream, facsimiled from the edition printed at Lon- 
don in the year 1600, by Edmund William Ashbee. 
London: for private circulation only. 1864. (2), 
62 ff. 4' G.166.21 

This is Xo. 3 of this set of reprints. 

483. A Midsommer nights dreame. As it hath 
beene sundry times publikely acled, by the Right 
Honourable, the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants. 
Written bv William Shakespeare. Printed by lames 
Roberts, 1600. (32) ff. 4 G.176.23 

There is a reprint of this edition in Steevens's "Twenty 
plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.1. 

The merry conceited humours of Bottom the 
weaver. In Kirkman, F., editor. The wits. Lon- 
don, 1673. 4 G.4014.41 ; G.4014.42 

484. A midsummer-night's dream. By Mr. Wil- 
liam Shakespear. London : J. Tonson. 1734. 60 
pp. Plate. 12 No. i in G.88.5 

The plate is a reduced copy, with alterations, of the one in 
Rowe's edition, 1709. 

485. Shakspere's Midsummer night's dream. 
With illustrations, as designed and modelled by W. 
Boyton Kirk, for a dessert service manufactured bv 
Kerr, Binns, and company (late Chamberlain and 
co.), Royal porcelain works, Worcester, Dublin, 
Philadelphia, and New York, for the Dublin great 
exhibition of 18^3. Lithographed by Day and son. 
Dublin: J. M^Glashan. 18^3. (4> 35 PP- L - 8 

G.4013.22 

486. French's American drama. The acting edi- 
tion. No. i. A midsummer-night's dream; in three 
adts. by William Shakspeare. To which are added, 
a description of the costume, cast of the characters, 
entrances and exits, relative positions of the per- 
formers on the stage, and the whole of the stage 
business, as performed with great success for up- 
wards of sixty consecutive nights at the Broadwav 
Theatre. New Tork : S. French. [1853?] 48 pp*. 
12 No. 3 in G.4013.19 ; No. 2 in G.84.3.2 

The second copy is the same as the first except that the series 
number is cvi. 

487. Shakespeare's play of A midsummer night's 
dream arranged for representation at the Princess's 
Theatre, with historical and explanatory notes, by 
Charles Kean. As first performed on Wednesday, 
October I5th, 1856. London : printed by J. K. 
Chapman and co. 60 pp. 8 No. 6 in G.4011.5 

488. Shakspeare's play of A midsummer night's 
dream. Arranged for representation at Laura 
Keene's Theatre. With historical and explanatory 
notes, collected from various authorities by Laura 
Keene. To which are added a description of the 
costumes, cast of the characters, entrances and ex- 
its, relative positions of the performers on the stage, 
and the whole of the stage business. New Tork : 
O. A. Roorback, jtin. 1859. 59 PP- I2 

No. 4 in G.4013.19 

No. ccxxin of The standard drama. 

489. The merry conceited humours of Bottom 
the weaver, a droll composed out of the comic scenes 

5 2 9,7,78. 33 



of The midsummer night's dream. About A.D. 1646. 
Edited bvj. O. Halliwell. London : printed for the 
editor. 1860. 56 pp. Sm. 4 No. i in G.4072.33 

Reprinted from the first part of Kirkman's Wits, London, 
1672. Only thirty copies were printed. 

490. A midsommer nights dreame. By Mr. Wil- 
liam Shakespeare : the text from the Folio of 1623 ; 
with notices of the known editions preuiously issued. 
London. L. Booth. 1862. (6), 18 pp 4 G.166.14 

An interleaved copy. 

491. A midsummer-night's dream by W. Shak- 
spere. Illustrated with 24 silhouettes by P. Ko- 
newka. Woodcuts engraved by A. Vogel. London : 
Longmans, Green, and co. 1868. (2), 88 pp. 4 

4590.20 

492. Shakespeare's Midsummer-night's dream. 
The designs by P. Konewka. Engraved by W. H. 
Morse : vignette bv II . W Smith. Boston : Roberts, 
brothers. 1870. (6), 88 pp. 4 4592.4 

493. A midsummer-night's dream. By William 
Shakespeare. With illustrations by Alfred Frede- 
ricks. New Tork: D. Applcton and co. 1874. 
101 pp. 4 4591.6 

494. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henrv N. Hudson. Number 13. A midsummer 
night's dream. Boston : Ginn brothers. 1876. (2), 
5-66 pp. 12 No. 3 in G.84.4.2 

495. Shakespeare's comedy of A midsummer- 
night's dream. Edited, with notes, by William J. 
Rolfe. With engravings. Ne.-M Tork : Harper and 
brothers. 1877. 195 pp. 16 6599.29 

Alterations. 

496. The fairy-queen : an opera. Represented 
at the Queen's-Theatre by their majesties servants. 
London : . Tonson. 1692. (6), 52 pp. 4 

G.4014.43; G.4014.44 

Amongst other alterations there are introduced, dances by six 
monkeys and twenty-four " Chineses." There is also a preface 
and a prologue. 

497. The comick masque of Pyramus and Thisbe 
[by Richard Leveridge]. As it is perform'd at the 
Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn Fields. London: W.Mears. 
1716. (8), 16 pp. 8 C No. i in G.4013.19 

The Interlude in Midsummer night's dream dressed " out in 
recitative, and airs, after the present Italian mode." Preface. 

498. Pyramus and Thisbe : a mock-opera. Writ- 
ten bv Shakespeare. Set to musick by Mr. Lampe. 
Perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. 
London : printed b\ H. Wood/all, jiin. i?4v v i>> 
(i), 23 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4013.19 

That part of the Interlude contained in adt 5, with an Intro- 
duction, and various slight alterations and abbreviations. 

499. The fairies. An opera. Taken from A mid- 
summer night's dream [by D. Garrick]. Written by 
Shakespear. As it is perform'd at the Theatre- 
Royal in Drury-Lane. The songs from Shakespear, 
Milton, Waller, Dryden, Lansdown, Hammond, etc. 
The music composed by Mr. Smith. London : J. 
and R. Tonson. 175?. 48pp. 8 

" G.4014.45 ; No. i in G.4014.46 

The Interlude is omitted. The text only is given. 

500. The fairies. An opera. Taken from A mid- 
summer night's dream, written by Shakespear. As 
it is perform'd at the Theatre-Roval in Drury-Lane. 
The songs from Shakespear, Milton, Waller, Dry- 
den, Hammond, etc. "The music composed by Mr. 
Smith. London: J and R. Tonson. 1755. 47 pp. 
8 G.4014.47 

The prologue by Garrick is omitted. The text only. 

501. A midsummer night's dream. Written by 
Shakespeare : with alterations and additions, and 



Midsummer Othello 



SHAKESPEARE 



several new songs. As it is performed at the Thea- 
tre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London : J. and R. Ton- 
son. 1763. 47 pp. 8 G.4013.20 

Ascribed in the first edition of the Biographia dramatica to 
Geo. Colman, the elder, but in the second to Mr. Garrick. That 
part ofthe Interlude in the fifth aft is omitted. 

502. A fairy tale. In two acts. Taken from 
Shakespeare. *As it is performed at the Theatre- 
Royal in Drury-Lane. London : J. and R. Tonson. 
1763. 24 pp. "8 No. i in G.4014.48 ; G.4014.49 

This play consists simply of the Interlude as given in the 
previous alteration (No. 501 ), with slight changes. It has been 
generally attributed to Geo. Colman the elder, and his name is 
upon the back of 6.4014. 48, which belonged to \V. E. Burton. 
lie disclaims, however, more than the reduction of Garrick's 
alteration, which had signally failed. 

503. A fairy tale. In two acts. Taken from 
Shakespeare. As it is performed at the Theatre- 
Royal in the Hay-market. London : G. Kearslv. 
1777. 24 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4014.48 

The same as the edition of 1763 with a few slight omissions. 

504. A midsummer night's dream, written by 
Shakspeare : with alterations, additions, and new 
songs [by Frederick Reynolds] : as it is performed 
at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. London : J. 
Driller. 1816. iv. 3-^7 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.4014.46; G.4013.21 
One whole scene and part of another have been added. 

Much ado about nothing. 

505. Much adoe about Nothing. As it hath been 
sundrie times publikely acted by the right honoura- 
ble, the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants. Written 
by William Shakespeare. London Printed bv V. 
S. for Andrew Wise, and William Asple\. 1600. 
(36) ff. 4 "G.176.24 

This copy belonged to George Steevens and has his auto- 
graph on the title-page. It is inlaid and contains numerous 
manuscript notes by B. H. Bright. There is a reprint to be 
found in Steevens's "Twenty plays," London, 1766, 6.4025.3.1. 

506. Same. [Photo-lithographed, by express 
permission, and under the superintendence of Mr. 
H. Staunton, from the matchless original of 1600, 
in the library ofthe Earl of Ellesmere. R. Preston, 
photo. London : Day and son. 1864.] (36) ff. 4 

G.166.15 

The words within the brackets are copied from the Birming- 
ham catalogue. This copy ofthe reprint does not contain them. 

507. Shakespeare's Much ado about nothing, a 
comedy. Revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first 
published as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Co- 
vent Garden. London : printed for the Theatre. 
1810. 68 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.10 

This copy belonged to Barrymore the adtor. 

508. Shakspeare's Much ado about nothing, a 
comedy; revised by J. P. Kemble; and now pub- 
lished "as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London : J. Miller. 1815. 70 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.2 ; G.4011.2.2 

509. Much ado about nothing ; a comedy, in five 
acts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at the 
Theatres Royal. Drury Lane and Covent Garden. 
Printed under the authority of the managers from 
the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London. Hurst, Robinson, and co. [1816?] 74 pp. 
Plate. 12 G.66.3.13 

510. Much adoe about nothing. By Mr. William 
Shakespeare : the text from the Folio of 1623 ; with 
notices of the known editions preuiouslv issued. 
London. L. Booth. 1862. (6), 21 pp. 4 

G.166.16 

511. French's standard drama. No. LV. Much 
ado about nothing. A comedy in six acts. By 



William Shakspeare. With the stage business, 
cast of characters, costumes relative positions, etc. 
New York: S.French. [1869?] 61, (2) pp. 12. 

No. 3 in G 84.3.2 

Originally published in 1845 (?),and afterwards in 1848,111 
"The modern standard drama." 

512. Sa me. New York : H. L. Hinton. Booth's 
Theatre. [1871?] 61, (2) pp. Portrait of E. Booth. 
12 1. p. No. i in G.83.1 

513. Much ado about nothing. From Hudson's 
School Shakespeare. Boston : Ginn brothers. 1873. 
(2), 67-138 pp. 12 No. 4 in G.84.4.2 

Alteration. 

514. The universal passion. A comedy. [By 
James Miller.] As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal 
in Drury-Lane, by his majesty's servants. London : 
J. Watts. 1737. (8), 76, (i) pp. 8 G.4014.50 

The plot in the main and much of the language is from 
" Much ado." A considerable portion of the play is taken from 
Moliere's " Princesse d'lilide," the language being copied at 
times nearly verbatim from the translation of Moliere's " Seledl 
comedies" Y>y James Miller and Johnson, first published in 1732. 

Othello. 

515. The Tragoedy of Othello, The Moore of Ven- 
ice. As it hath beene diuerse times acted at the 
Globe, and at the Black-Friers, by his Maiesties 
Seruants. Written by William Shakespeare. Lon- 
don, Printed by N. O. for Thomas Walkley, and arc 
to be sold at his shop, at the Eagle and Child, in 
Brit tans Bitrsse. 1622. (4), 99 [91] pp. 4 

G.176.42 
"A fine copy." Barton. 

516. Same. Shakespeare's Othello, facsimiled 
from the edition printed at London in the year 1622, 
by Edmund William Ashbee. London : for private 
circulation only. 1864. (3), 99 [91] ff. 4 

G.166.22 

No. 4 of this set of reprints. A reprint is also to be found in 
Steevens's " Twenty plays," London, 1766, 6.4025.3.4. 

517. The Tragoedy of Othello, The Moore of Ven- 
ice. As it hath beene diuerse times acted at the 
Globe, and at the Black-Friers, by his Maiesties 
Seruants. Written by William Shakespeare. Lon- 
don. Printed by A. M. for Richard Hawkins, and 
arc to be sold at his shoppe in Chancery-Lane, necrc 
Sergeants-Inne. 1630. (2), 92 [93] pp. 4 

G.176.25 

518. The Tragredy of Othello, The Moore of Ven- 
ice. As it hath beene divers times Acted at the Globe, 
and at the Black-Friers, by his Majesties Servants. 
Written by William Shakespeare. The fourth Edi- 
tion. London, Printed for William Leak at the 
Crown in Fleet-street, between the two Temple 
Gates, 1655. ( 2 )> 93 PP- 4 G.176.26 

519. Othello, the Moor of Venice. A tragedy, 
as it hath been divers times acted at the Globe, and 
at the Black-Friers : and now at the Theater Royal, 
by his majesties servants. Written by William 
Shakespear. London, R. Bentley and M. Magnes. 
1681. (4)7 6 PP- 4 G.4013.23 

520. Othello, the Moor of Venice. A tragedy. 
As it hath been divers times acted at the Globe, and 
at the Black-Friers : and now at the Theatre Roval, 
by his majesties servants. Written by William 
Shakespear. London, R. Bentley and S. Magnes, 
1687. (4), 76 pp. 4 G.4013.24 

521. Othello, the Moor of Venice. A tragedy. 
As it hath been divers times acted at the Globe, and 
at the Black-Friers : and now at the Theatre Royal, 
by his majesties servants. Written by William 
Shakespear. London, R. Bentley, 1695. (4), 76 
pp. 4 G.4013.25 



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SEPARATE PLAYS 



Othello 



522. Othello, the Moor of Venice. A tragedy. 
As it hath been divers times adled at the Globe, and 
at the Black-Friers : and now at the Theatre Royal, 
by her majesties servants. Written by W. Shake- 
spear. London: R. Wellington. 1705. (4), 7^ 
pp. 4 No. 4 in G.4010.8 

This copy belonged to " Geo. Bromley, Theatre Royal, Nor- 
wich, 1814." 

523. Othello, the Moor of Venice ; a tragedy, as 
it hath been divers times adted at the Globe, and at 
the Black-Friers : and now at the Theatre-Royal, by 
his majesty's servants. Written by W. Shakespear. 
London : "printed by J. Darby. 1724. 96 pp. 12 

G.4013.26 

An interleaved copy, containing manuscript preface, altera- 
tions, notes, etc. by James Plumptre. The alterations consist 
chiefly in doing " away the prodigality of death which prevails 
in the' original." Preface. 

524. Othello, the Moor of Venice. A tragedy. 
As it is now acted at the Theatres Royal in Drury- 
Lane and Covent-Garden. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. London. Printed for the proprietors : and 
sold by all the booksellers of London and Westmin- 
ster. 1770. 70 pp. Plate. 12 No. 3 in 4579.55 

525. .Othello, the Moor of Venice. A tragedy. 
By William Shakespeare. Collated with the old 
and modern editions [by Charles Jennens]. Lon- 
don. W. Owen. 1773. Plate. (18). 182 pp. 8 

G.4013.27 ; 2596.16.2 

526. Othello. A tragedy. As it is afted at the 
Theatres-Royal in Drurv-Lane and Covent-Garden. 
Written by Shakespeare. London; Harrison and 
co. 1780. Portrait, Barry in the character of Othello. 
22 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4011.7 

527. Bell's edition. Othello. By Will. Shak- 
spere : printed complete from the text of Sam. John- 
son and Geo. Steevens, and revised from the last 
editions. London : J. Bell. 1785. 143 pp. Sm. 
12 G.89.3 

528. Shakspeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice, 
a tragedy, revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first 
published as it is acfted at the Theatre Royal in Co- 
vent Garden. London : T. N. Longman and O. 
Rees. 1804. 80 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.4011.4 ; G.4013.28 

529. Othello, the Moor of Venice ; a tragedy, in 
five acls ; by \Villiam Shakspeare. As performed 
at the Theatres Royal, Drurv Lane and Covent Gar- 
den. Printed under the authority of the managers 
from the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inch- 
bald. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 
[1808?] 89 pp. Plate. 12 354.1.5 

Othello. In Deverell, R. Discoveries in hiero- 
glyphics and other antiquities. London, 1813. 8 

G.3930.6.3 

The notes and illustrations explain Othello " by a reference 
to appearances in the moon." 

530. Shakspeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice, 
a tragedy ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now pub- 
lished as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London : JF. Miller. 1814. 82 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.5; G.4011.2.1 

531. Othello, the Moor of Venice ; a tragedy, in 
five adrts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at 
the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Gar- 
den. Printed under the authority of the managers 
from the prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inch- 
bald. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and 
Brown. [1821?] 89 pp. Plate. 12 

G.66.3.15; G.4011.1.5 

These two copies are actually of different editions. The plate 
in 0.66.3.15 is dated iSai. The other copy is evidently an earlier 
impression. 



532. Shakspeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice, 
a tragedy, revised by J. P. Kemble. As performed 
at the Covent Garden. New- York and Boston Thea- 
tres. Boston : Richardson and Lord. 1823. 79 pp. 
12 No. 3 in 6579.21 ; No. 2 in 6599.18 

533. Hinds' English stage. Othello, the Moor 
of Venice. A tragedy. By William Shakspeare. 
Acting edition, with accurate stage directions. Em- 
bellished with a beautiful engraving. London : 
Simpkin. Marshall, and co. 1838. 71, (i) pp. 12 

in G.40 



No. i 



.4011.11 



On the fly-leaf is written, "This volume comprises all that 
was published of this edition. Each play has an introductory 
notice, and glossary." The plays are Othello, Hamlet, Macbeth, 
Katharine and Petruchio, and "Richard III. 

534. Turner's dramatic library. Othello, the 
Moor of Venice. A tragedy in five acfts. By Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. Correctly printed from the most 
approved acting copy, with a description of the cos- 
tume, cast of the characters, entrances and exits, 
relative positions, and the whole of the stage busi- 
ness ; to which are added, properties and directions, 
as now performed in the principal theatres. Embel- 
lished with a full-length portrait of Miss Alexina A. 
Fisher as Desdemona. Philadelphia : Turner and 
Fisher. [1838?] vii, v-xiv. 5-74 pp. 16 

No. i in G.84.2 

The introduction is by George Daniel. 

535. No. xxin. French's standard drama. 
Othello. A tragedy in five acls. By William 
Shakespeare. With the stage business, cast of 
characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. as 
played at the Park Theatre. Neiv York : S. French. 
[1845?] 74 pp. 12 No. 4 in G.84.3.2 

536. Othello von William Shakspeare. Erklart 
von E. W. Sievers. Berlin. T. C. F. Enslin. 1853. 
(4), 148 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.20 

"Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller," vol. 4. English text 
with German notes. 

537. Othello, the Moor of Venice, by William 
Shakespeare. Uitgegeven en verklaard door C. W. 
Opzoomer. Amsterdam, Gebroeders Binger. 1860. 
xl, 211 pp. 12 No. i in G.4010.22 

Another title-page reads, "The plays of William Shake- 
speare. Uitgegeven . . . Eerste stuk. Othello, the Moor of 
Venice . . . ." Macbeth and Julius Caesar are the only other 
plays yet published. In addition to a " Voorrede " there is an 
essay entitled, " Shakespeare, de dichter van het zedelijke le- 
ven. 

538. Shakspere. Charles Fechter's acting edi- 
tion. Othello. Five a6ts. 1861. [London.~\ Sold 
by W. R. Sams, iv, (2), 114 pp. 8 G.4013.29 

539. Othello, the Moor of Venice, by William 
Shakespeare. Uitgegeven en verklaard door C. W. 
Opzoomer. Amsterdam, J. H. Gebhard en co. 
1862. xl, 2ii pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4010.22 

The only apparent change between this and the edition of 1860 
is in the title-page. 

540. Shakspeare's tragedy of Othello : with ex- 
planatory and illustrative notes, selected criticisms 
on the play, etc. Adapted for scholastic or private 
study, and for those qualifying for university and 
government examinations. By John Hunter. Lon- 
don: Longmans, Green, and co. 1869. xxi, 143 pp. 
12 6598.37 

541. Shakespeare's tragedy of Othello, the Moor 
of Venice, as produced bv Edwin Booth. Adapted 
from the text of the Cambridge editors, with intro- 
ductory remarks, etc., by Henry L. Hinton. Neiv 
York : Hurd and Houghton. [1869.] 96 pp. 12 

6573.3.2 
Booth's series of acting plays, No. 8. 

542. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 



35 



Othello Richard II 



SHAKESPEARE 



By Henry N. Hudson. Number 12, Othello. Bos- 
ton : Ginn and Heath. 1878. (2), 551-655 pp. 
12 No. 5"in G.84.4.2 

Alterations. 

543. Othello, a tragic opera. In two a6ls. As 
performed at the New- York Theatre. New-York. 
E. M. Murden. 1826. 59 pp. 12 

No. 4 in 8049a.27 

The Italian and English texts are on opposite pages. 

544. Otello. Othello. A tragic opera, in three 
a6ts. The music by Rossini. As represented at her 
majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, May, 1839. Author- 
ized edition. London: printed by W. Clowes and 
sons. 59 pp. 12 No. i in G.4015.30 

The Italian and English texts, which are on opposite pages, 
are very nearly the same as those of the previous edition (\o. 
543) with the exception of the additions in this. 

J'urodies. 

545. Othello-travestie: in three afts. With 
burlesque notes, in the manner of the most cele- 
brated commentators ; and other curious appendices. 
London : J. J. Stockdale. 1813. 88pp. 12 

G.4015.42 
The author's " Advertisement" is signed Ibef. 

546. Same. Second edition. " Hie niger est !" 
London, printed: and Dublin, re-printed by J. 
Kempston. 1813. 84 pp. Folded plate. 12 

G.4015.43 

547. Duncombe's edition. Othello travestie. 
An operatic burlesque burletta, in two a<fts. By 
Maurice G. Dowling. The only edition correctly 
marked, by permission from the prompter's book : 
to which is added, a description of the costume, cast 
of the characters, the whole of the stage business, 
situations, entrances, exits, properties and direc- 
tions, as performed at the London theatres. Em- 
bellished with a fine engraving, by Mr. Findlay, from 
a drawing taken in the theatre. London : J. Dun- 
combe and co. [1834?] 33 pp. 12 

No. 8 in G.4015.27 

548. Othello travestie. An operatic burlesque 
burletta, bv Maurice G. Dowling. T. H. Lacy, 
London. [1856?] 36 pp. Plate. 12 

No. 6 in G.4015.28 

Lacv's acting edition, No. 560. 

Pericles. 

549. The Late, And much admired Play, Called 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre. With the true Relation of 
the whole Historic, aduentures, and fortunes of the 
said Prince : As also, The no lesse strange, and 
worthy accidents, in the Birth and Life, of his 
Daughter Mariana. As it hath been diuers and 
sundry times adted by his Maiesties Seruants, at the 
Globe on the Banck-side. By William Shakespeare. 
Imprinted at London for Henry Gossan, and are to 
be sold at the signe of the Sunne in Pater-nostcr row, 
<f-c. 1609. (35) ff." 4 G.176.27 

This copy belonged to George Steevens, the Duke of Rox- 
burghe, and T. Jolley. It has the autographs of Steevens and 
Jolley. 

550. Same. Shakespeare's Pericles, facsimiled 
from the edition printed at London in the year 1609, 
by Edmund William Ashbee. London: for private 
circulation only. 1862. (2), 68 ft". 4 G.166.23 

This copy is No. u of this set of reprints. 

551. The Late, And much admired Play, Called 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre. With the true Relation of 
the whole History, aduentures, and fortunes of the 
saide Prince. Written by W. Shakespeare. Printed 
for T. P. 1619. (34) ff. 4 G.176.28 

The signatures are continuous with the edition of Henry VI, 
published in 1619, 0.176.9 (No. 300). 



552. The Late, And much admired Play, Called 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre. With the true relation of 
the whole History, aduentures, and fortunes of the 
sayd Prince : Written by Will. Shakespeare : Lon- 
don, Printed by I. N. for R. B. and are to be sonld 
at his shop in Cheapside, at the signc of the Bible. 
1630. (34) ff. 4 G.176.29 

This copy belonged to Halliwcll. 

553. The Late, and much admired Play, called 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre. With the true Relation of 
the whole History, aduentures, and fortunes of the 
sayd Prince : Written by Will. Shakespeare : Lon- 
don, Printed bv I. N. for R. B. 1630. (34) ff. 4 

G.176.30 

There is no apparent difference in the text between the two 
editions of this dale. This copy formerly belonged to Halliwell. 

554. The Late, And much admired Play, Called 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre. With the true Relation of 
the whole History, adventures, and fortunes of the 
said Prince. Written by W. Shakespeare. Printed 
at London by Thomas Cotes, 1639. (34) ff. 4 

G.176.31 

555. Pericles, prince of Tyre. A tragedy. Sup- 
posed to be written by Mr. William Shakspeare. 
Adapted for theatrical representation, as intended 
to be performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Gar- 
den. The lines distinguished by inverted commas, 
are omitted in the representation. London : G. 
Caivthorn- 1796. 91 pp. Portrait, Cooper as Peri- 
cles. 12 4179a.l.29 

Bell's British theatre, v. 29. 

556. Pericles, prince of Tyre. By Mr. William 
Shakespeare. The text from the third folio edition, 
published in 1664; with notices of former editions. 
London. L. Booth. 1865. (6), 20 pp. 4 

No. 2 in G.3950.12 

Alterations. 

In Lillo, G. Works. London, 177";. 

" 



Marina. 
Sm. 8 



G.3816.4.2 



The first three a&s of the original play are omitted, and there 
are considerable additions to and alterations of the last two. 

Marina. In Lillo, G. Dramatic works. 2d edi- 
tion. London, 1810. 12 6570a.52 

557. Marina, or the foster child; a tragic play, 
founded upon, and altered for the stage from Shake- 
spere's tragedy of Pericles. Bv William Kertland. 
1820. 101 ff. " Manuscript. 4* G.4014.53 

There is also another title-page, " The foster child ; or the 
prince of Corinth [etc.]." It belonged to W. E. Burton. The 
plot has been altered, and out of two thousand lines more than 
thirteen hundred are original. 

Richard II. 

558. The Tragedie of King Richard the second. 
As it hath beene publikely acted by the right Hon- 
ourable the Lorde Chamberlaine his Seruants. 
London Printed by Valentine Simmes for Androw 

Wise, and are to be sold at his shop in Panics church 
yard at the signe of the Angel. 1597. (2). 73 ff. 
'Reprint. 4 G.166.24 

Another title-page reads, " Shakespeare's Richard the second, 
facsimiled from the edition printed at London in the year 1597, 
by Edmund William Ashbee. London : for private circulation 
only. 1862." It is N<>. 13 of this set of reprints. 

559. The Tragedie of King Richard the second. 
As it hath beene publikely acted by the Right Hon- 
ourable the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants. By 
William Shake-speare. London Printed by Valen- 
tine Simmes for Andrew Wise, and are to be sold at 
his shop in Paules churchyard at the signe of the 
Angel. 1598. (36) ff. 4 G.176.32 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



Richard II Richard III 



560. The Tragedie of King Richard the second. 
As it hath been publikely acted by the Right Hon- 
ourable the Lord Chamberlaine his seruantes. By 
William Shake-speare. London, Printed by W. W. 
for Mathciv Lavj, and are to be sold at his shop in 
Panics Church-yard, at the signe oftheFoxe. 1608. 
77 ff. Photographic copy. Sm. 8 G.166.17 

On the fly-leaf is the following note : " A complete photo- 
graphic copy of this rare edition, the original of which sold in 
May, 1857, for 30.10. The negatives are destroyed, and only ten 
perfedt copies of this facsimile have been preserved. Feb., 1858. 
J. O. Halliwell." All of the pages appear to have faded, and 
parts of some of them are entirely illegible. In Mr. Halliwell's 
opinion this is "the first complete photograph of an old book 
ever executed." 

561. The Tragedie of King Richard the Second : 
With new additions of the Parliament Sceane, and 
the deposing of King Richard. As it hath been 
lately acted by the Kinges Maiesties seruants, at the 
Globe. By William Shake-speare. At London, 
Printed for Alathevj Lav.', and are to be sold at his 
shop in Patties Church-yard, at the signe of the Foxe. 
1615. (39) ff. 4 G.176.33 

There is a reprint of this edition in Steevens's " Twenty 
plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.2. 

562. The Life and Death of King Richard the 
second. With new additions of the Parliament 
Scene, and the Deposing of King Richard. As it 
hath beene acted by the Kings Majesties Servants, 
at the Globe. By William Shakespeare. London, 
Printed by lohn Norton. 1634. (40) ff. 4 

G.176.34 

This copy belonged to Thos. Jolley and contains his auto- 
graph and book-plate. 

563. Shakespeare's play of King Richard n. 
Arranged for representation at the Princess's Thea- 
tre, with historical and explanatory notes, by Charles 
Kean. As first performed on Thursday, March 12, 
1857. Third edition. London : printed by J. K. 
Chapman and co. 88 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4011.5 

564. [Private and confidential.] The first aft of 
Shakespeare's King Richard II. Intended as a speci- 
men of a new edition of Shakespeare. Cambridge : 
printed at the University press. 1860. 32pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.4013.30 

Contains a short preface signed by W. G. Clark and H. R. 
Luard. Inserted is a manuscript letter from Alex. Macmillan 
the publisher. 

565. Shakspeare. King Richard the second, 
with historical and critical introductions ; grammat- 
ical, philological, and miscellaneous notes, etc. 
Adapted for the use of pupils in training colleges, 
candidates for civil-service and other examinations, 
and students of English literature generally. By H. 
G. Robinson. Edinburgh: Oliver and Bovd. 1867. 
xxvii, (i), 103 pp. Sm. 8 " 6599.16 

566. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. The tragedy of King Richard n. Edited 
by W. G. Clark and W. A. Wright Oxford: Clar- 
endon press. 1873. xviii, 1^8 pp. Sm. 8 

4599.18.2 

567. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's tragedy of King Richard n. With explana- 
tory, grammatical, and philological notes; critical 
remarks, and historical extracts. By D. Morris. 
London : W. Collins, sons, and co. 1873. 128 pp. 
Sm. 8 6594.10 

568. Shakspeare's Tragedy of King Richard n. 
With explanatory and illustrative notes and numer- 
ous extracts from the history on which the play is 
founded. Adapted for scholastic or private study, 
and for those qualifying for university and govern- 
ment examinations. By John Hunter. New edition. 
London : Longmans, Green, and co. [1876.] xxiii, 
120 pp. Sm. 8 6598.23 



569. Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Richard the 
second. Edited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 
With engravings. New York : Harper and broth- 
ers. 1876. 225 pp. 16 6599.24 

A presentation copy from the editor with his autograph. 

570. The prompt-book. Edited by William Win- 
ter. Shakespeare's tragedv of King Richard n. As 
presented by Edwin Booth. New fork : printed by 
F. Hart and en. 1878. 4, (4) pp, 9-61 ft", 63-72 pp. 
16 6598.41 

Contains a preface and appendix, but no notes. The text of 
the play is printed upon one side of the leaf only. 

Alterations. 

571. The history of King Richard the second. 
Acted at the Theatre Royal, under the name of the 
Sicilian usurper. With a prefatory epistle in vindi- 
cation of the author. Occasion'd by the prohibition 
of this plav on the stage. By N. Tate. London : 
R. Tonson. and J. Tonson, 1681. (12), 51 [55], (i) 
pp. 4 C No. i in G.4013.30 ; No. 3 in 2575.11 

The character of King Richard is changed somewhat and 
some additions have been made. The alterations were intended 
to make the play acceptable to the Court. 

572. The Sicilian usurper : a tragedy, as it was 
acted at the Theatre-Royal. With a prefatory epistle 
in vindication of the author, occasioned by the pro- 
hibition of this play on the stage. Written by N. 
Tate. London: J. Knapton. 1691. (12), 51 [55], 
(i) pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4013.30 

The edition of 1681 with a new title-page. 

573. Shakspeare's King Richard the second ; an 
historical play. Adapted to the stage, with altera- 
tions and additions, by Richard Wroughton, and 
published as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, 
Drury-Lane. London : J. Miller. 1815. 71 pp. 
8 G.4013.31 

There are "a few alterations and additions (and those taken 
from the writings of Shakespear), . . . Henry VI, Titus Androni- 
cus, and King Lear." Advertisement. 

Richard III. 

The True Tragedie of Richard the Third : Wherein 
is showne the death of Edward the fourth, with the 
smothering of the two yoong Princes in the Tower : 
With a lamentable ende of Shores wife, an example 
for all wicked women. And lastly the coniunction 
and iovning of the two noble Houses, Lancaster and 
Yorke. As it was playd by the Queenes Maiesties 
Players. London Printed by Thomas Creede, and 
are to be sold by William Barley, at his shop in 
Newgate Market, neare Christ Church doore. 1594. 
Reprint. 4 

Reprints are to be found in " The true tragedy of Richard the 
third: to which is appended the Latin play of Richardus tertius, 
bv Dr. Thomas Legge; . . . With an introduction and notes by 
Barron Field, London, Shakespeare society, 1844," 0.301.8.4; 
0.3927.35; 4596.9; and in Hazlitt's "Shakespeare's library," 
London, 1875, 0.78.4.5. 

574. The Tragedy of King Richard the third. 
Containing, His treacherous Plots against his 
brother Clarence : the pittiefull murther of his iuno- 
cent \_sic\ nephewes : his tyrannicall vsurpation : 
with the whole course of his detested life, and most 
deserued death. As it hath been lately Acted by the 
Right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his ser- 
uants. At London Printed by Valentine Sims, for 
Andreiv Wise, dwelling in Panics Church-yard, at 
the Signe of the Angell. 1597. (2), 92 ff. Reprint. 
4 D.166.25 

Another title-page reads, " Shakespeare's Richard the third, 
facsimiled from the edition printed at London in the year 1597, 
by Edmund William Ashbee. London : for private circulation 
only. 1863." It is No. 5 of this set of Reprints. 



37 



Richard III 



SHAKESPEARE 



575. The Tragedie of King Richard the third. 
Conteining his treacherous Plots against his brother 
Clarence : the pittifull murther of his innocent 
Nephewes : his tvrannicall vsurpation : with the 
whole course of his detested life, and most deserued 
death. As it hath bin lately Acted by the Right 
Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants. 
Newly augmented. By William Shake-speare. Lon- 
don* Printed by Thomas Crcede, and are to be sold 
by Mat/tew Lawe, dwelling in Panics Church-yard, 
at the Signe of the Foxe, neare S. Austins gate, 
1605. (2), 90 ff. Reprint. 4 G.166.26 

Another title-page reads, " Shakespeare's Richard the third, 
facsimiled from the edition printed at London in the year 
1605, by Kdinund William Ashbee. London : for private cir- 
culation only. 1863." It is No. 3 of this set of reprints, and con- 
tains the following note by J. O. Halliwell. "The incorrect 
arrangement of a few of the pages is followed from the ex- 
tremely rare original in the Hritish Museum, from which it was 
not thought right to deviate in the slightest degree." 

The Tragedie of King Richard the third. Con- 
taining his treacherous Plots against his brother 
Clarence : the pittifull murther of his innocent 
Nephewes : his tyrannical! vsurpation : with the 
whole course of his detested life, and most deserued 
death. As it hath beene lately Acted by the Kings 
Maiesties seruants. Newly augmented, By Wil- 
liam Shake-speare. London, Printed by Thomas 
Creede, and are to be sold by Mathc~t.v Lawe, dwell- 
ing in Pauls Church-yard, at the Signe of the Foxe, 
neare S. Austins gate, 1612. Reprint. 8 

G.4025.3.3 

Reprint in Steevens's "Twenty plays, 1 ' London, 1766. 

576. The Tragedie of King Richard the Third. 
Contayning his treacherous Plots, against his 
brother Clarence : The pitifull murder of his inno- 
cent Nephewes : his tyranous vsurpation : with the 
whole course of his detested life, and most deserued 
death. As it hath beene Acted by the Kings Maies- 
ties Seruants. Written by William Shake-speare. 
London. Printed by lohn Norton. 1634. (46) ft". 
4 G.176.35 ; G.176.36 

577. King Richard the third. A tragedy by 
William Shakspeare. With historical and other 
explanatory notes founded on the best commenta- 
tors. Edited by R. H. Westley. Leipzig: G. Grceb- 
ner. 1861. (2), 114 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.21 

Masterpieces of English literature, No. 3. 

578. Shakespeare's tragedy of King Richard in 
as produced by Edwin Booth. Adapted from the 
text of the Cambridge editors, with introductory 
remarks, etc., by Henry L. Hinton. New Tork : 
Hurd and Houg'kton. [1868?] 98, (i) pp. I2 C 



Booth's series of acting plays, No. i. 



6573.3.1 



579. Shakspeare's tragedy of King Richard in. 
With explanatory and illustrative notes and numer- 
ous extracts from the historv on which the play is 
founded. Adapted for scholastic or private study. 
By John Hunter. London: Longmans, Green, and 
co. 1869. xxviii, 144 pp. 12 1359.5; 6598.24 

580. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's tragedy of King Richard in. With explana- 
tory, grammatical, and philological notes, critical 
remarks, and historical extracts. By William Law- 
son. London: W. Collins, sons, and co. 1874. 142 
pp. Sm. 8 6594.11 

581. The prompt-book. Edited by William Win- 
ter. Shakespeare's tragedy of King Richard in. 
As presented by Edwin Booth. New Tork : F. 
Hart and co. 1878. 6, 8-IO2 ff, 103-1 10 pp. 16 

6598.43 

Contains a preface and appendix, but no notes. The text of 
the play is printed only upon one side of the leaf. The play is 



divided into six a<5ts and portions of the original have been 
omitted. 

Alterations. 

582. The tragical history of King Richard in. 
As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. 
Alter'd from Shakespear by C. Gibber. London : 
J. and R. Tonson. 1751. 71 pp. Plate. 12 

No. 3 in G.4011.10 

Part of the first aft is taken from the last a& of Henry vi, 
part 3. Many passages also are taken from other plays of 
Shakespeare, and Gibber has introduced much original matter. 

Same. In Gibber, C. Dramatic works. Lon- 
don, 1777. 8 G.3816.2.2 

583. King Richard in. A tragedy, in five acts; 
by William Shakspeare. As performed at the Thea- 
tres Royal, Drury Lane and Govent Garden. Print- 
ed under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : printed [by J. Ballantyne and co.~\ for 
Longman. Hurst. Jtees. Orme. and Brown. [1811?] 
80 pp. Plate. 12 G.4011.1.1 

Gibber's version. 

584. Shakspeare's King Richard the third, a his- 
torical play, adapted to the stage by Colley Gibber; 
revised bv J- P- Kemble ; and now published as it is 
performed at the Theatres Royal. London : J. Mil- 
ler. 1814. 72pp. 12 G.3964.2.4; G.4011.2.1 

585. King Richard in. A tragedy, in five acts ; 
by William Shakspeare. As performed at the Thea- 
tres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden. Print- 
ed under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : printed \_by T. Davisoii] for Longman. 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. [1816?] So pp. 
Plate. 12 G.66.3.17 

586. Hinds' English stage. Richard the third. 
A tragedy. Bv William Shakspeare. Acting edi- 
tion, with accurate stage directions Embellished 
with a beautiful engraving. London : Simpkin, 
Marshall, and co. 1839. 64, (i) pp. 12 

No. 5 in G.4011.11 

Gontains a few manuscript notes, pointing out the alterations 
and interpolations of Gibber. 

587. No. xi. French's standard drama. Shak- 
speare's historical tragedy of Richard in. Adapted 
to representation by Colley Gibber. As played by 
Kemble, Cooke and Kean, and re-produced at the 
Park Theatre, New York, Jan. 7th, 1846. With the 
stage business, cast of characters, costumes, relative 
positions, etc. New Tork: S. French. [1846.] 
vii, 3-65 pp. 12 No. 5 in G.84.3.2 

Also published, with a change of title-page, in the " Modern 
standard drama." 

Parodies. 

588. Richard in. travestie ; in three acts. With 
annotations. By William By. London : S/ier- 
wood, Neely and Jones. 1816. (S), vii, 91 pp. 12 

G.4015.45; G.4015.46 

589. A parody on the tent-scene, in Richard the 
third. Principal characters Lord Castlebrag, 
Cashman, Brandreth, Turner, and Ludlam. From 
the Independent whig. London: R. Carlile. 1818. 
8 pp. 8 6 No. 6 in G.3940.4 

"Time the night before Hone's third trial." 

590. King Richard in. travestie, a burlesque, op- 
eratic, mock terrific tragedy, in two acts. Marked 
with the stage business and directions by the au- 
thor. London : E. Duncombe. 1823. 57 pp. 12 

G.4015.47 

591. Kinge Richard y e third or y e battel of Bos- 
worth field being a familiar alteration of the cele- 
brated history, by a gentleman from Stratford, in 



SEPARATE PLAYS Richard III Romeo and Juliet 



Warwickshire, called Ye true tragedie of king Rich- 
ard ye third, containing his treacherous plots against 
his brother Clarence ; ye pittieful murther of his 
innocent nephews; his tyrannical life and most de- 
served death : together with ye landing of ye Earl of 
Richmond, and ye battel of Bosworth field. A mer- 
rie mysterie in one acl; by Charles Selby, comedian. 
T. H. Lacy, London. [1854?] 36pp. Plate. 12 

No. i in G.4015.28 

Lacy's acting edition, No. 587. 

Romeo and Juliet. 

An Excellent conceited Tragedie of Romeo and 
Juliet. As it hath been often (with great applause) 
plaid publiquely, by the right Honourable the L. of 
Hunsdon his Seruants. London, Printed by lohn 
Danter. 1597. Reprint. 4 

Reprints of this edition are to be found in Steevens's "Twen- 
ty plays," London, 1766, 6.4025.3.4; in Mommsen's " Shake- 
speare's Romeo und Julia," Oldenburg, 1859, G.i66.i8; in the 
"Cambridge Shakespeare," Cambridge, 1865, 0.4042.2.7; 4592.5.7; 
in Furness's "Variorum Shakespeare," Philadelphia, 1871, 
6591.2.1; and in the New Shakspere society's "Romeo and |u- 
liet, edited bv P. A. Daniel," London, 1874, No. i in G.IIO.I.I ; 
and " Parallel texts of the first two quartos, edited by P. A. Dan- 
iel," London, 1874, No. 3 in G.IIO.I.I. 

The Most Excellent and lamentable Tragedie, of 
Romeo and luliet. Newly corredted, augmented, 
and amended : As it hath bene sundry times pub- 
liquely adted, by the right Honourable the Lord 
Chamberlaine his Seruants. London Printed by 
Thomas Creede, for Cuthbert Bitrby, and are to be 
sold at his shop neare the Exchange. 1599. Re- 
print. 4 

Reprints of this edition are to be found in Mommsen's " Shake- 
speare's Romeo und Julia," Oldenburg, 1859, G.i66.iS; the New 
Shakspere society's " Romeo and Juliet, edited by P. A. Daniel," 
London, 1874, No. 2 in G.IIO.I.I ; " Parallel texts of the first two 
quartos, edited by P. A. Daniel, "London, 1874, No. 3 in G.IIO.I.I ; 
and the " Revised edition of the second quarto, edited by P. A. 
Daniel," London, 1875, No. 4 in G.IIO.I.I., 

The Most Excellent And Lamentable Tragedie, of 
Romeo and Juliet. As it hath beene sundrie times 
publiquely Acted, by the Kings Maiesties Seruants 
at the Globe. Newly corrected, augmented, and 
amended : London Printed for lohn Smeth-Mick, 
and are to be sold at his Shop in Saint Dunstanes 
Church-yard, in Fleetestreete vndcr the Dyall. 1609. 
Reprint. 8 G.4025.3.4 

Reprint in Steevens's "Twenty plays," London, 1766. 

592. The Most Excellent And Lamentable Tra- 
gedie, of Romeo and Ivliet. As it hath beene sun- 
drie times publikely A<fted, by the Kings Maiesties 
Seruants at the Globe. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. Newly corrected, augmented, and amended. 
London. Printed for lohn Smeth-wicke, and are to 
bee sold at his Shop in Saint Dunstanes Church- 
yard, in Fleetestreete vnder the Dyall. (44) ff. 4 

G.176.38 

It is doubtful whether this edition was published before or 
after that of 1609. 

593. The Most Excellent And Lamentable Trage- 
die of Romeo and Juliet. As it hath been sundry 
times publikely Acted by the Kings Majesties Ser- 
vants at the Globe. Written by W. Shake-speare. 
Newly corrected, augmented, and amended. Lon- 
don, Printed by R. Toung for John Smethiuxke, and 
are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstans Church- 
yard in Fleetstreet, under tlie Dyall. 1637. (44) ff. 
4 G.176.37 

A reprint with slight alterations of the preceding edition. 

594. Romeo and Juliet yon William Shakspeare. 
Erklart von J. Heussi. Berlin. T. C. F. Etislin. 

(4), 127 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4010.20 



595. Shakespeare's Romeo und Julia. Eine kri- 
tische Ausgabe des iiberlieferten Doppeltextes mit 
vollstandiger varia Leclio bis auf Rowe. Nebst 
einer Einleitung iiber den Werth der Textquellen 
und den Versbau Shakespeare's. Von Tycho Momm- 
sen. Oldenburg. G. Stalling. 1859. x i> Z 74> X 83i 
(12) pp. 8 G.166.18 

A reprint of the editions of 1597 and 1599. 

596. Romeo and Juliet. A tragedy by William 
Shakspeare. With notes by Otto Fiebig. Leipzig: 
G. Grcebner. 1859. iv, 100 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4010.21 

" Masterpieces of English literature, vol. i." Some passages 
are omitted. 

597. Shakespeare's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet 
as produced by Edwin Booth. Adapted from the 
text of the Cambridge editors, with introductory 
remarks, etc., by Henry L. Hinton. Neiv York: 
Hard and Houghton. [1868.] 88 pp. 12 

No. 5 in 6573.3.1 

"Booth's series of acting plays, No. 5." Some passages are 
omitted. 

598. Romeo and Juliet. From Hudson's School 
Shakespeare. Boston: Ginn brothers. 1873. (2), 
237-327 pp. 12 No. 6 in G.84.4.2 

The most excellent and lamentable tragedie of 
Romeo and Juliet. Written by William Shake- 
speare. Newly revised and corrected on the first 
complete edition, that of 1599, Q^- 2. By P. A. 
Daniel. Published for the New Shakspere society 
by N. Triibner and co., London, 1875. (8), 141 pp. 
4 No. 4 in G.IIO.I.I 

Alterations. 

599. The history and fall of Caius Marius. A 
tragedy. As it is a(5ted at the Theatre Royal. By 
Thomas Otway. London, R. Bentley. 1696. (6), 
65, (i) pp. 4 G.4015.4 

The parts of Romeo, Juliet, and the nurse, the names being 
changed, are borrowed almost word for word from Shakespeare's 
play. 

600. Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy, revis'd, and 
alter'd from Shakespear, by Theophilus Gibber. 
First reviv'd (in September, 1744,) at the Theatre in 
the Hay-Market : now acted at the Theatre-Royal, in 
Drury-Lane. To which is added, A serio-comic 
apology, for part of the life of Theophilus Cibber, 
comedian. Written by himself. Interspersed with 
memoirs and anecdotes, relating to stage-manage- 
ment, theatrical revolutions, etc. Also, cursory ob- 
servations on some principal players. Concluding 
with a copy of verses, call'd, The contrite comedi- 
an's confession. London : C. Corbett. [1748.] (4), 
108 pp. 8 No. i in 4013.32 

The alterations consist chiefly in representing Romeo and 
Juliet as in love before the action of the play commences. Some 
lines are borrowed from Otway's Caius Marius, as well as the 
whole scene in the last act in which Juliet awakes before Romeo 
dies. The Apology has a separate title. Genest, in his Eng- 
lish stage, vol. iv, p. 263, says that Gibber's assertion, that the 
play was acted at Drury-Lane, " was doubtless said with a view 
of promoting the sale of the play, but we must not suppose that 
it was ever acted at that theatre." 

601. Romeo and Juliet. By Shakespear. With 
alterations, and an additional scene : by D. Garrick. 
As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury- 
Lane. London : J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper. 
1756. 67 pp. Plate. 12 No. 2 in G.4013.33 



All allusion to Romeo's former love, Rosaline, is omitted, and 
scene between Romeo and J 
Otway's Caius Marius, is ado 



a scene between Romeo and Juliet in the tomb, similar to that in 
3ded. 



"Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller. Drittes Bandchen." 
English text with German notes. 



602. Romeo and Juliet. By Shakespear. With 
alterations, and an additional scene ; by D. Garrick. 
As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury- 
Lane. London : J. and R. Tonson. 1766. 72 pp. 
Plate. 12 No. i in G.4013.33 



39 



Romeo Taming of the Shrew 



SHAKESPEARE 



603. Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy, by Shake- 
speare, as performed at the Theatres Royal. Regu- 
lated from the prompt-book, by permission of the 
managers. With an introduction, and notes critical 
and illustrative. London: J. Barker. [1803?] 60 
pp. Portrait, Dod as Mercutio. 12 

No. 3 in G.4013.33 
Garrick's version. 

604. Romeo and Juliet ; a tragedy, adapted to the 
stage by David Garrick ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; 
and published as it is adted at the Theatre Royal, 
Covent Garden. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brotvu. [1811?] 78pp. Plate. 12 

No. 2 in G.4011.1.1 

605. Shakspeare's Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy ; 
adapted to the stage by David Garrick ; revised by 
J. P. Kemble ; and published as it is adted at the 
Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : printed 
for the Theatre. 1811. 75 pp. 8. No. 2 in G.4013.32 

The history and fall of Caius Marius. A tragedy. 
In Otway, T. Works. London, 1812. 8 353.10.2 

The history and fall of Caius Marius. A tragedy. 
In Otwav, T. Works. London, 1813. 8 

G.3820.8; 4605.16.2 

0.3820.8 is a large paper copy. 

606. Shakspeare's Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy ; 
adapted to the stage by David Garrick ; revised by 
J. P. Kemble ; and now published as it is performed 
at the Theatres Royal. London : J. Miller. 1814. 
74 pp. 12 G.3964.2.5 ; G.4011.2.3 

607. Romeo and Juliet; a tragedy, in five adts ; 
bv William Shakspeare. As performed at the Thea- 
tres Royal, DruryLane and Covent Garden. Print- 
ed under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Ormc, and Broivn. 
[1816?] 82pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.17 

608. Romeo and Juliet. A tragedy in five adts 
by William Shakspeare. With the stage business, 
cast of characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. 
New York: W. Taylor and co. [1847?] 69 pp. 
12 No. 4 in G.84.2 

" No. 42, Modern standard drama." Garrick's version. 

609. French's standard drama. No. XLII. Ro- 
meo and Juliet. A tragedy in five adls by William 
Shakspeare. With the stage business, cast of char- 
acters, costumes, relative positions, etc. Neiv York : 
S.French. [1847?] 68pp. 12 No. 6 in G.84.3.2 

610. Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, acted in 
Germany, in the year 1626, by English players. In 
Cohn, A. Shakespeare in Germany. London, 1865. 
4 G.4071.22; G.4071.23; 4591.3 

The English and German texts are printed on the same page. 
The ac"tion of the play follows Shakespeare in the main, but the 
language is much altered. " It is Shakespeare's play, almost 
scene for scene ; many passages, indeed, are literal translations," 
p. cxxiv. 

Parodies. 

611. Romeo and Juliet travesty. In three adts. 
London: T. Hookham, junr. and E. T. Hookham. 
1812. x, (2), 71 pp. 12 G.4015.48 

612. Duncombe's edition. Romeo and Juliet : 
"as the law diredts." An operatical burlesque bur- 
letta, in one adt. By M. M. G. Dowling. The only 
edition correctly marked, by permission, from the 
prompter's book : to which is added, a description 
of the costume, cast of the characters, the whole of 
the stage business, situations, entrances, exits, prop- 
erties and directions. As performed at the New 
Strand Theatre. Embellished with a fine engraving 
by Findlay, from a drawing taken expressly in the 
Theatre. London: J. Dtincombe and co. [1837?] 
24 pp. 12 No. 7 in G.4015.27 



613. A new travesty on Romeo and Juliet, as 
presented before the University club of St. Louis, 
January 16, 1877 [by Chas. C. Soule]. St. Louis: 

G. I. Jones and co. 1877. 50 pp. 8 G.73.22 

Taming of the Shrew. 

614. A Pleasant Conceited Historic, called The 
taming of a Shrew. As it was sundry times adted 
by the Right honorable the Earle of Pembrook his 
seruants. Printed at London by Peter Short and 
are to be sold by Cutbert Burbie, at his shop (it the 
Royall Exchange. 1594- (2), (26) ff. Reprint. 
4 G.73.12 

Another title-page reads, " Dramatic fac-similes : superin- 
tended by Edmuna W. Ashbee. 'The taming of a shrew:' 
London, 1594. From the unique original in the collection of the 
Duke of Devonshire. For private circulation only." There 
were one hundred copies of this reproduction printed, of which 
this is No. 93. Reprints are also to be found in " The old Tam- 
ing of a shrew, edited by T. Amyot, London, Shakespeare soci- 
ety, 1844," 6.3927.31; 0.301.8.4; 4596.10; 342.24; in Halliweli'g 
"Folio edition," London, 1856, 0.4030.2.6; and in Hazlitt's 
" Shakespeare's library," London, 1875, 0.78.4.6. In 0.3927.31 
is inserted a manuscript note of Thomas Amyot. 

A Pleasaunt Conceited Historic, Called The Tam- 
ing of a Shrew. As it hath beene sundry Times 
adted by the right Honourable the Earle of Pem- 
brooke his Servants. Printed at London by V. S. 
for Nicholas Ling, and are to be sold at his shop in 
Saint Dunstons Church-yard in Fleetstreet. 1607. 
Reprint. 8 G.4073.23.1 

In Nichols's " Six old plays," London, 1779. 

615. A Wittie And Pleasant Comedie Called The 
Taming of the Shrew. As it was adted by his Maies- 
ties Seruants at the Blacke Friers and the Globe. 
Written bv Will. Shakespeare. London, Printed 
by W. S. for lohn Smethivicke, and arc to be sold at 
his Shop in Saint-Dunstones Church-yard -aider 
the Diall. 1631. (36) ff. 4 G.176.39 ; G.176.40 

A portrait of Shakespeare has been inserted in 0.176.39. A 
reprint of this edition is to be found in Steevens's " Twenty 
plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.2. 

The mad-wooing : or, a way to win and tame a 
shrew ; being the course a gentleman took to gain a 
young lady with a great fortune, on whom by reason 
of her frowardness none before would venture. The 
lady's advice to froward women, minding them by 
her example of their duties towards their husbands. 
In Shaksperian drolls, edited by J. O. Halliwell. 
London, 1859. Sm. 8 G.40/2.34 

Extra&s, with some changes, from afts z and 5 of " Taming 
the shrew " reprinted from " The theatre of ingenuity," printed 
about 1698. 

Alterations. 

616. Sauny the Scott : or, the taming of the 
shrew : a comedy. As it is now adted at the Thea- 
tre-Royal. Written by J. Lacey, servant to his 
majesty. And never before printed. London : E. 

Whitfock. 1698. (4), 48 pp. 4 G.4015.8 

Shakespeare's Induction is omitted, most of the characters are 
changed and some new incidents are added. Much of the text 
of the original is retained. 

617. Sauny the Scot ; or, the taming of the 
shrew : a comedy, as it is now adted at the Theatre 
Royal in Drury Lane, by her majesty's company of 
comedians. Written by John Lacy. London : B. 
Bragge, 1708. (6), 63 pp. 4 G.4015.9 

To this edition is added an Epistle dedicatory to the Earl of 
Bradford. 

618. The cobler of Preston. As it is adled at the 
Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By his majesty's 
servants. Written by Mr. Johnson. London : W. 
Hinchcliffe. 1716. (6), 47 pp. Plate. 8 

G.4015.10 

The incidents of the play are founded on the Induction of 
Shakespeare and much of the language is borrowed from him. 



4 



SEPARATE PLAYS Taming of the shrew Tempest 



619. The cobler of Preston. As it is acted at the 
Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By his majesty's 
servants. Written by Mr. Johnson. The second 
edition. London: W. Hinchcliffe. 1716. (6), 47 
pp. 8 G.4015.11 

620. A cure for a scold. A ballad farce of two 
acts. (Founded upon Shakespear's Taming of a 
shrew.) As it is acted by his majesty's company of 
comedians at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. 
ByJ. Worsdale, portrait-painter. London: L. Gil- 
liver. [1735-] (10), 1-16, 25-59, (0 PP- 8 

G.4015.13 

A great part of the play is taken without acknowledgment 
from Lacey's " Sauny the Scott." The paging is incorrect. 

621. Catharine and Petruchio. A comedy, in 
three acts. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal 
in Drury-Lane. Alter'd from Shakespear's Taming 
of the shrew [by D. Garrick]. London: J. and R. 
Tonson, and S. Draper, 1756. (8), 56 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4014.47 

The Induction is omitted, as well as all the scenes which do 
n"t relate to Katharine and Petruchio. There are also a few 
additions and alterations. 

622. Catharine and Petruchio A comedy in 
three acts. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal 
in Drury-Lane, and at the Theatre in Edinburgh. 
Alter'd from Shakespear's Taming of the shrew. 
With alterations and additions, by David Garrick. 
Edinburgh. M. Jarvie. 1756. (4), 27 pp. Sin. 
8 No. i in G.4015.14 

This copy belonged to X. Cresswick, who seems to have acted 
the part of Petruchio at Edinburgh. 

623. The cobler of Preston, a farce. As it is 
acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. 
Written by Christopher Bullock. The fifth edition. 
London : S. Bladon. 1767. 30 pp. 8 G.4015.12 

" I did hear, there was a farce in rehearsal at Drury-Lane 
Theatre, call'd The cobler of Preston ; ... so I set to work on 
Friday morning the 2oth of January, finish'd it on the Saturday 
following, and it was acted the Tuesday after." Preface. Much 
of the language is taken from Shakespeare's Induction, but there 
are some new incidents. 

Catharine and Petruchio. In three acts. By Da- 
vid Garrick. In Collection of farces. Edinburgh, 
1792. 12 2575.35.3 

624. Catherine and Petruchio, a comedy, altered 
from Shakspere, by David Garrick. Adapted for 
theatrical representation. As performed at the 
Theatres Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden. 
Regulated from the prompt-book, by permission of 
the managers. The lines distinguished by inverted 
commas are omitted in the representation. Lon- 
don : J. Ca-ivthorn. 1806. 55 pp. Portrait, Mrs. 
C. Kemble as Catherine. 12 G.3966.1.5 

Cawthorn's minor British theatre. 

Catherine and Petruchio ; a comedy, in three acts. 
Altered from Shakespeare, by David Garrick. As 
performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. 
In Inchbald, E. S., editor. Collection of farces. 
London, 1809. 12 G.3961.4.4; 354.2.4 

625. Shakspeare's Katharine and Petruchio, a 
comedv; taken by David Garrick from The taming 
of a shrew: revised byj. P. Kemble; and now pub- 
lished as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London : J. Miller. 1815. 34 pp. 8 

G.3964.2.2; G.4011.2.5 

626. Catharine and Petruchio ; a comedy. In 
three acts. As altered by Garrick from Shakspeare. 
New York: T. Long.vorth. 1820. 35 pp. 12 

No. 2 in G.4011.10 

627. Hinds' English stage. Katharine and Pe- 
truchio ; (taken from "Taming of the shrew," by 
David Garrick;) a comedy. By William Shak- 
speare. Acting edition, with accurate stage direc- 

6 29,8,78. 41 



tions. Embellished with a beautiful engraving. 
London : Simpkin, Marshall, and co. 1839. 32, 
(i) pp. 12 No. 4 in G.4011.11 

628. No. civ. French's standard drama. Edited 
by F. C. Wemyss. Katharine and Petruchio. A 
comedy, in three acts. By Shakspeare. With the 
stage business, cast of characters, costumes, relative 
positions, etc. New York: S. French. [1853?] 
5-34 PP- I2 No - 7 in G- 84 3 - 2 

Tempest. 

629. The tempest, a comedy; written by William 
Shakspeare : the music by Purcell and Dr. Arne ; 
with the additional airs and chorusses, by the late 
Mr. Linley, jun. Marked with the variations in the 
manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury- 
Lane. London: C. Bathurst. 1785. 62, (i) pp. 
12 G.4013.39 

An interleaved copy, containing manuscript alterations and 
additions for an intended edition, by James Plumptre. 

630. Shakspeare. With embellishments by Rob- 
ert Smirke. Tempest. Rod-well and Martin, Lon- 
don. 1821. 83, (i) pp. 8, 1. p. G.4013.42 

The first number of a projected work, to be completed in thir- 
ty-seven numbers, of which four appear to have been published. 
The pictures are missing. There are manuscript notes by the 
Rev. Joseph Hunter, author of "Illustrations of Shakspeare." 

631. Ts tempest: a pla. Bj Wilyam 2!jcsper. 
Fonetic famili gdijun, with bref ecsplanaturi ntwts, 
bi Alecs. J. Elis. Ltindun : F. Pitman [printed bi 
A.J.Elis}. 1849. 7 1 ' (*) PP- I2 

No. i in G.4012.4 

632. The tempest, a comedy by William Shake- 
speare. Ten gebruike der gymnasia. Met ophelde- 
ringen voorzien door S. Susan. Kampen, K. Van 
Hulst. 1854. iv, 80 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.14 

English text with notes in Dutch. 

633. French's American drama. The acting edi- 
tion. No. cxxi. The tempest : a play, in five acts. 
By William Shakspeare. Arranged, and adapted 
for representation at the Boston Theatre, by Thomas 
Barry. To which are added, a description of the 
costume, cast of the characters, entrances and exits, 
relative positions of the performers on the stage, 
and the whole of the stage business. Neiv York : 
S.French. [1856?] 44 pp. 12 No. 8 in G.84.3.2 

634. Shakespeare's play of The tempest, arranged 
for representation at the Princess's Theatre, with 
historical and explanatory notes, by Charles Kean. 
As first performed on Wednesday, July i, 1857. 
London : J. K. Chapman and co. 74 pp. 8 

No. 7 in G.4011.5 

The play has been somewhat abridged. 

635. Shakespeare's play of The tempest, arranged 
for representation at the Princess's Theatre, with 
historical and explanatory notes, by Charles Kean, 
as first performed on Wednesday, July i, 1857. Sec- 
ond edition. London : J. K. Chapman and co. 
[1857.] 69 pp. 8 No. 8 in G.4011.5 

This edition differs from the preceding (No. 634) both in the 
text and notes. 

636. The tempest. By William Shakespeare. 
Illustrated by Birket Foster, Gustave Dore, Fred- 
erick Skill, Alfred Slader, and Gustave Janet. Lon- 
don : Bell and Daldy. [1860.] 90 pp. 4 

G.4013.43 

637. The tempest. By William Shakespeare. 
Illustrated by Birket Foster, Gustave Dore, Fred- 
erick Skill, Alfred Slader, and Gustave Janet. New 
York: D. Appleton and co. [1861 ?] 90 pp. 4 

G.4013.44 
The same edition as the previous one with a new title-page. 



Tempest 



SHAKESPEARE 



638. The tempest. Reprinted from the "Pho- 
netic journal " for 231x1 April, 1864, as an offering to 
the Shakspere tercentenary festival. [Printed by I. 
Pitman, Bath.'} 16 pp. 4 No. 3 in G.3950.6 

639. Shakespeare's Tempest, edited with glossa- 
rial and explanatory notes by J. M. Jephson. Lon- 
don : Macmillan and co. 1864. xvi, 119 pp. Sin. 
8 4599.25 

640. Shakespeare's play of The tempest : with 
bibliographical preface, selected criticisms, and ex- 
planatory and illustrative notes. Adapted for scho- 
lastic or private study, and for those qualifying for 
university and government examinations. By John 
Hunter. London: Longmans, Green, and co. 1869. 
(2), xii, 93 pp. 12 6598.3 

641. Shakespeare's comedy of The tempest. Ed- 
ited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. With engrav- 
ings. Neiv York: Harper and brothers. 1871. 
148 pp. 16 359.20 ; 6599.14 

6599.14 is a presentation copy from the editor. 

642. Shakespeare's Tempest. Edited with glos- 
sarial and explanatory notes by J. M. Jephson. Sec- 
ond edition. London: Macmillan and co. 1872. 
xv, 1 10 pp. Sm. 8 6599.19 

643. Plays of Shakespeare selected and prepared 
for use in schools. With introductions and notes. 
By Henry N. Hudson. Number 4. The tempest. 
Boston: Ginn brothers. 1874. (2), 5-74 pp. 12 

No. 7 in G.84.4.2 

644. Clarendon press series. Shakespeare. Se- 
lect plays. The tempest. Edited by William Aldis 
Wright. Oxford: Clarendon press. 1875. xx, 156 
pp. Sm. 8 4599.18.5 

645. Collins' school and college classics. Shake- 
speare's comedy of The tempest. With introduction, 
and explanatory, grammatical, and philological 
notes. Edited by D. Morris. London : W. Col- 
lins, sons, and co. 1875. 84 pp. Sm. 8 6594.7 

646. The tempest of Shakespeare. Edited by J. 
Surtees Phillpotts. Rivingtons : London. 1876. 
xxvii, (i), 93 pp. Sm. 8 6596.4.1 

On the half title is " Select plays of Shakespeare. The Rugby 
edition." 

Alterations and imitations. 

647. The tempest, or the enchanted island. A 
comedy. As it is now acted at his highness the 
Duke of York's Theatre. London, H. Herringman. 
1670. (8), 82, (i) pp. 4 

No. 6 in G.3814.5.1 ; G.4013.34 

The alterations, which are by John Dryden, assisted by Sir W. 
Davenant, consist chiefly of the introduction of scenes between 
"Hippolyto, one that never saw woman, right heir of the duke, 
dom of Mantua," and " Dorinda, daughter to Prospero, that 
never saw man." " The comical parts of the sailors were his 
[Davenant's] invention." Preface. 

648. The tempest, or the enchanted island. A 
comedy : as it is now acted at his highness the Duke 
of York's Theatre. London, H. Herringmnn. 1676. 
(8), 81, (o PP- 4 G.4013.35 

649. The tempest, or the enchanted island. A 
comedy As it is now acted at their majesties The- 
atre in Dorset-Garden. London, H. Herringman 
and R. Bentley. 1690. (6), 62 pp. 4 

No. i in G.4010.8 ; G.4013.36 

650. The tempest : or, the enchanted island. A 
comedy : as it is now acted, by his majesties ser- 
vants. London, J. Tonson and T. Bennet, 1701. 
(6), 60, (i) pp. 4 G.4013.37 

The. tempest. In Dryden, J. The comedies, trage- 
dies and operas. London, 1701. F G.300.6.1 

651. The tempest. An opera. Taken from 
Shukespear. As it is performed at the Theatre- 



Royal in Drurv-Lane. The songs from Shakespear, 
Dryden, etc. The music composed by Mr. Smith. 
London: J. and R. Tonson. 1756. (6), 47 pp. 8 

G.4013.38 

This alteration has been ascribed to Garrick, and this copy, 
which belonged to W. E. Burton, is so lettered on the back. 
Garrick, however, disclaims the authorship in a letter to J. M. 
French as follows, "If you mean that I was the person who 
altered the Midsummer night's dream, and the Tempest into 
operas, you are much mistaken." Foote's Life of A. Murphy, 
p. 100. 6.3937.42 is a manuscript in the handwriting of the au- 
thor, Garrick, entitled, " A dialogue between an a<5tor and a 
critic by way of Prologue to the English opera call'd The tern- 
pest." This was afterwards printed in the St. James maga/.ine, 
vol. i, p. 144, and also in his "Poetical works, London, 1785," 
where the opera is ascribed to him. No. I in 6.4060.1 is the 
music by J. C. Smith. 

652. The tempest ; or, the enchanted island. 
Written by Shakspeare ; with additions from Dry- 
den : as compiled by J. P. Kemble. And first acted 
at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, October I3th, 
1789. London: J. Debrett. 1789. (4), 56 pp. 8 G 

No. i in G.4013.40 

653. The desolate island, a mask. By John 
Burn. In imitation of Shakespear. To which are 
added, two poems. By the same. Alnivick : printed 
by J. Catnach. 1791. 24 pp. 12 

No. 9 in G.4015.27 

The mask is acted by two lovers, some sailors and spirits in- 
cluding Ariel. The poems are " The parting of Hotspur and 
Lady Percy " and "The battle of Shrewsbury. 

654. The virgin queen, a drama in five acts ; 
attempted as a sequel to Shakspeare's Tempest [by 
Francis Godolphin Waldron]. Printed for the au- 
thor. 1797. (4), 104 pp. 8 G.4015.17 

Caliban, with the aid of Sycorax, Antonio, and Sebastian, 
overpowers Prospero and his company and causes them to re- 
turn to the island. Here they are joined by Abdallah, king of 
Tunis, and Claribel,his virgin queen, who are under the spell of 
Hyrca, a sorceress. They are finally rescued by Ariel and other 
spirits. 

655. Prospectus; with the songs, chorus, etc., of 
The enchanted island : a dramatick ballet; founded 
on Shakspeare's Tempest. By Mr. [John] Fawcett. 
London : printed for the author by T. Woodfall. 
[1804.] 27 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4013.40 

On every other page are extracts from "The tempest" to 
illustrate the action of the ballet. 

656. Shakspeare's Tempest; or, the enchanted 
island, a play, adapted to the stage, with additions 
from Dryden and Davenant, by J. P. Kemble ; and 
now first published as it is acted at the Theatre 
Royal in Covent Garden. London : Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1806. 62 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4013.40 

657. The tempest, or, the enchanted island ; a 
play, in five acts; by William Shakspeare. Adapted 
to the stage, with additions from Dryden and Dave- 
nant, by J. P. Kemble. As performed at the Thea- 
tre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the au- 
thority of the managers from the prompt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. [1807?] 71 pp. Plate. 
12 No. i in G.4013.41 

The tempest; or, the enchanted island. A come- 
dy. In Dryden, J. Works. London, 1808. 8 

G.3862.1.3 

658. The tempest; or, the enchanted island; a 
play, in five acts, by William Shakspeare. Adapted 
to the stage, with additions from Dryden and Dave- 
nant, by J. P. Kemble. As performed at the Thea- 
tre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the 
authority of the managers from the prompt book. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Recs, Orme, and Brown. [i8n?J 71 
pp. 12 G.4011.1.5 



42 



SEPARATE PLAYS 



Tempest Troilus 



659. Shakspeare's Tempest; or, the enchanted 
island, a play ; adapted to the stage, with additions 
from Dryden and Davenant, byj. P. Kemble; and 
now published as it is performed at the Theatres 
Royal London : J. Miller. 1815. 61 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.1 ; G.401 1.2.4 

660. The tempest; or, the enchanted island; a 
plav. in five acts; by William Shakspeare. Adapt- 
ed to the stage, with additions from Dryden and 
Davenant, by J. P. Kemble. As performed at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed under the 
authority of the managers from the prompt books. 
With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. London: Hurst, 
Robinson, and co. [i8i6?J 71 pp. Plate. 12 

G.66.3.6 

The tempest; or, the enchanted island. A come- 
dy. In Dryden, J. Works. Second edition. Edin- 
burgh, 1821. 8 4607.1.3 

661. The tempest. A play, in five acts, by Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. Printed from the acting copy, 
with remarks, biographical and critical, by D. G 
[George Daniel]. To which are added, a descrip- 
tion of the costume, cast of the characters, entrances 
and exits, relative positions of the performers on the 
stage, and the whole of the stage business, as per- 
formed at the Theatres Royal, London. Embel- 
lished with a fine engraving, by Mr. White, from a 
drawing taken in the theatre, by R. Cruikshank. 
London: J. Cumberland [1827?] 10, 7-^0 pp. 
12 No. 2 in G.4013.41 

662. La tempesta. Grand opera, in three acts, 
with a prologue. [ W* S. Johnson, London. 1850.] 
79 pp. 8 G.4015.15 

The plot, and that not entirely, is Shakespeare's. The words 
are by E. Scribe, the music by F. Halevy. The Italian and 
English texts only are on opposite pages. 

Parody. 

663. The mock-tempest : or the enchanted cas- 
tle. Acted at the Theatre Royal. Written by T. 
Duffett. London, W. Cademan. 1675. (6), $6 pp. 
4 G.4015.16 

A travesty of Dryden's alteration. 

Timon of Athens. 

664. Timon of Athens : a tragedy, in five acts, 
by William Shakspeare. Printed from the acting 
copy, with remarks, biographical and critical, by 
D. G [George Daniel]. To which are added, a de- 
scription of the costume, cast of the characters, en- 
trances and exits, relative positions of the performers 
on the stage, and the whole of the stage business. 
As performed at the Theatres Royal, London. Em- 
bellished with a fine engraving, by Mr. Bonner, 
from a drawing taken in the theatre, by R. Cruik- 
shank. London: J. Cumberland. [1831?] 72pp. 
12 No. 3 in G.84.5 

No. 189 of Cumberland's British theatre. 

Alterations. 

665. The history of Timon of Athens, the man- 
hater. As it is acted at the Dvkes Theatre. Made 
into a play. By Tho. Shadwell. London, H. Her- 
ringman, 1678. (8), 86, (2) pp. 4 G.4015.18 

The alteration consists mainly in the introduction of two 
women, Evandra, who, though deserted by Timon in his pros- 
perity, seeks him out and dies with him in his cave, and Me- 
lissa, who is false both to Timon and Alcibiades. 

666. The history of Timon of Athens, the man- 
hater. As it is acted at the Dvke's Theatre. Made 
.into a play. By Tho. Shadwell. London, H. Her- 

ri>i-man, 1688. (8), 70, (2) pp. 4 G.4015.19 

667. The history of Timon of Athens, the man- 
hater. As it is acted by his majesties servants. 



Made into a play. By Tho. Shadwell. London, H. 
Herritigman, 1696. (6), 68, (2) pp. 4 G.4015.20 

668. The history of Timon of Athens, the man- 
hater. As it is acted by her majesty's servants. 
Made into a play. By Tho. Shadwell. London : 
H. Hills. [1700?] 87 pp. 12 G.4015.21 

The history of Timon of Athens, the man-hater. 
As it is acted at the Duke's Theatre. Made into a 
play. In Shadwell, T. Works. London, 1720. 12 

G.3815.10.2 

669. Timon of Athens. As it is acted at the 
Theatre-Royal on Richmond-Green. Altered from 
Shakespear and Shadwell. The second edition. 
London: M. Hingeston. 1768. (4), 100 pp. 8 

G.4013.45 

This alteration is by James Dance, who wrote under the pseu- 
donym of Love. He borrows from Shadwell most of the scenes 
in which Evandra appears. The rest is Shakespeare's, with a 
little original matter. 

670. Timon of Athens, altered from Shakespear 
[by Richard Cumberland]. A tragedy. As it is 
acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Lon- 
don : printed for the proprietors of Shakespear's 
works, and sold by T. Becket. 1771. (8), 62 pp. 
8 G.4013.46 

The alteration consists chiefly in the introduction of Evanthe, 
the daughter of Timon, beloved of Alcibiades. The fifth aft is 
almost wholly original. 

671. Shakspeare's Timon of Athens, as revived 
at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, on Monday, Oct. 
28, 1816. Altered and adapted for representation, 
by George Lamb. London. C. Chappie. 1816. (4), 
53 PP- 8 G.4013.47 

" The present attempt has been to restore Shakspeare to the 
stage, with no other omissions than such as the refinement of 
manners has rendered necessary." Advertisement. 

672. Timon, a play. Now first printed. Edited 
by Alexander Dyce. London : printed for the Shake- 
speare society. 1842. vii, (i), 95 pp. 8 

G.3927.27 ; G.3927.28 ; G.301.8.3 ; 4596.4; 342.10 

This play was printed from a manuscript, written about 1600, 
and in many respecfts resembles Shakespeare's "Timon." There 
is also a reprint in Hazlitt's " Shakespeare's library," London, 
1875, 0.78.4.6. 

Titus Andronicus. 

673 The Most Lamentabk Tragedie of Titus 
Andronicus. As It Hath Svndry times beene plaide 
by the Kings Maiesties Seruants. London, Print- 
ed for Eedtvard White, and are to be solde at his 
shoppe, nere the little North dore of Pauls, at the 
signe of the Gun. 1611. (40) if. 4 G.176.41 

The title is a fac-simile by Harris. There is a reprint of this 
edition in Steevens's " Twenty plays," London, 1766, 0.4025.3.3. 

Tragedy of Titus Andronicus acted in Germany, 
about the year 1600, by English players. In Cohn, 
A. Shakespeare in Germany in the sixteenth and 
seventeenth centuries. London, 1865. 4 

G.4071.22 ; G.4071,23 ; 4591.3 

This text is probably taken from an old version of the plav. 
The German text and the English translation are given in paral- 
lel columns. 

Alteration. 

674. Titus Andronicus, or the rape of Lavinia. 
Acted at the Theatre Royall, a tragedy, alter'd from 
Mr. Shakespears works, by Edw. Ravenscroft. Lon- 
don, J. Hindtnarsh. 1687. (8), 56 pp. 4 

G.4013.48 

The plot and much of the language are taken from the orig- 
inal play. The alterations are chiefly in the last a<5t, the horrors 
of which are intensified. 

Troilus and Cressida. 

675. The Famous Historic of Troylus and Cres- 
seid. Excellently expressing the beginning of their 



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Troilus Winter's tale 



SHAKESPEARE 



loues, with the conceited wooing of Pandarus Prince 
of Licia. Written by William Shakespeare. Lon- 
don Imprinted by G. Eld for It. Bonian and H. Wai- 
ley, and are to be sold at the spred Eagle in Paules 
Church-yeard, oner against the great North doore. 
1609. (4), 88 ff. Reprint. 4 G.166.27 

Another title-page reads " Shakespeare's Troilus and Cres- 
sida, facsimiled from the edition printed at London in the year 
1609, by Edmund William Ashbee. London : for private circu- 
lation only. 1863." It is No. 13 of this set of reprints. There 
is also a reprint in Steevens's " Twenty plays," London, 1766, 
0.4025.3.3. 

676. Troilus and Cressida : a tragedy, in five 
acts, by William Shakspeare. With remarks, bio- 
graphical and critical, by D. G [George Daniel]. 
Adapted for stage representation. With a descrip- 
tion of the proper costumes, the entrances and exits, 
relative positions of the performers on the stage, 
and the whole of the stage business. Embellished 
with a wood engraving, from a drawing by R. Cruik- 
shank. London : Davidson. [1852.] 76 pp. Plate. 
12 No. 4 in G.84.5 

No. 385 of Cumberland's British theatre. 

Alterations. 

677. Troilus and Cressida, or, trvth found too 
late. A tragedy as it is adted at the Dukes Theatre. 
To which is prefix'd, a preface containing the 
grounds of criticism in tragedy. Written by John 
Dryden, servant to his majesty. London, J. Ton- 
son, 1679. (26), 69, (i) pp. 4 

No. 5 in G.3814.5.3 ; No. i in G.4015.22 

" I new modelled the plot, threw out many unnecessary per- 
sons, improved those characters which were begun and left 
unfinished, as Hedtor, Troilus, Pandarus, and Thersites, and 
added that of Andromache. . . . The whole fifth aft, both the 
plot and the writing, are my own additions." Preface. In 
0.4015.22 is inserted a leaf containing the lines "To Mr. Dry- 
den," signed " R. Duke," but not that contained in the edition 
of 1695. 

678. Troilus and Cressida, or, truth found too 
late. A tragedy as it is adled at the Dukes Theatre. 
To which is prefix'd, a preface containing the 
grounds of criticism in tragedy. Written by Mr. 
Dryden. London, J. Tonson. 1695. (26), 69, (i) 
pp. 4 No. 2 in G.4015.22 

Troilus and Cressida : or, truth found too late. 
In Dryden, J. The comedies, tragedies and operas. 
London, 1701. F G.300.6.2 

Troilus and Cressida : or, truth found too late. A 
tragedv. In Dryden, J. Works. London, 1808. 
8 G.3862.1.6 

Troilus and Cressida : or, truth found too late. A 
tragedy. In Dryden, J. Works. Second edition. 
Edinburgh, 1821. 8 " 4607.1.6 

Twelfth night. 

679. Twelfth night; or, what you will. A com- 
edy. In five a<5ts ; by William Shakspeare. Re- 
vised by J. P. Kemble. As now performed at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brotvn. [1811?] 76 
pp. Plate. 12 G.66.3.18; G.4011.1.5 

This is bound with the sets of Mrs. Inchbald's British theatre. 

680. Shakspere's Twelfth night; or, what you 
will : a comedy. Revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now 
published as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London : J. Miller. 1815. 73 pp. 12 

G.3964.2.1; G.4011.2.2 

681. French's standard drama. No. LVIII. 
Twelfth night: or, what you will. A comedy, in 
five a&s. By William Shakspeare. With the stage 
business, cast of characters, costumes, relative posi- 
tions, etc. New York : S. French. [1847?] 63 pp. 
12 No. 9 in G.84.3.2 



There is also an edition published from the same plates in 
the "Modern standard drama." 

The first Boston edition of " Twelfth night," and probably the 
first of Shakespeare's plays printed in America, was published 
in 1794, with the following title-page: "Twelfth night; or, what 
you will : a comedy. In five acts. Written by William Shake- 
speare. As performed at the Theatre in Boston. With notes 
critical and illustrative. Boston : printed for David West, No. 
36, Marlborough-street, and John West, No. 75, Cornhill." It is 
a duodecimo, containing 60 pages, with notes at the bottom of 
the page. Hamlet, printed at or near the same time, has no 
notes. 

Alteration. 

682. Love betray'd ; or, the agreable disapoint- 
ment. A comedy. As it was acled at the Theatre 
in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. By the author of The 
ladies visiting-day [Charles Burnaby]. London: 
D. Bro-wn. 1703. (14), 61 pp. 4 G.4015.24 

" Part of the tale of this play, I took from Shakespcur 
[Twelfth night], and about fifty of the lines." Preface. 

Two gentlemen of Verona. 

683. Bell's edition. Two gentlemen of Verona, 
by Will. Shakspere : printed complete from the text 
of Sam. Johnson and Geo. Steevens, and revised 
from the last editions. London : J. Bell. 1786. 
96 pp. Sm. 8, 1. p. G.4013.49 

An interleaved copy, containing numerous manuscript notes, 
possibly by Capel Lloft. 

684. Shakspeare's Two gentlemen of Verona, a 
comedy; revised by J. P. Kemble; and now pub- 
lished as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. 
London : J. Miller. 1815. 73 pp. 12 

G.4011.2.4; G.3964.2.1 
Kemble adopts the alterations by Victor in some passages. 

685. Songs, duettos, glees, and choruses, intro- 
duced in Shakspeare's revived play of the Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona, selected entirely from the plays, 
poems, and sonnets of Shakspeare [by Frederick 
Reynolds]. Adted at the Theatre Royal, Covent 
Garden. The overture and whole of the musick (ex- 
cepting two melodies) composed by Mr. Bishop. 
London: E. Madeish. [1821?] is; pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4013.50 

686. No. xxix. French's standard drama. The 
two gentlemen of Verona. A comedy in five adts. 
By William Shakspeare. With the stage business, 
cast of characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. 
As produced at the Park Theatre by Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Kean. Ne-w York: S. French. [1846?] 
59 pp. 12 No. 10 in G.84.3.2 

There is also an edition published from the same plates in the 
" Modern standard drama." 

Alteration. 

687. The two gentlemen of Verona. A comedy, 
written by Shakespeare. With alterations and ad- 
ditions [by Benjamin Vidtor]. As it is performed 
at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London : J. 
and R. Tonson. 1763. (6), 55 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4013.50 

" It is the general opinion that this comedy abounds with 
weeds . . . The rankest of those weeds I have endeavoured to 
remove." Advertisement. 

Winter's tale. 

688. The winter's tale ; a play, in five adls ; by 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane. Printed under the authority of 
the managers from the prompt book. With remarks 
by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Lon<rman, Hurst, 
Rees, and Orme. [1808?] 90 pp. Plate. 12 

354.1.3 

689. The winter's tale ; a play, in five adts ; by 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane. Printed under the authority of 



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SEPARATE PLAYS 



Winter's tale 



the managers from the prompt book. With remarks 
by Mrs. Inchbald. London : Longman, Hurst, 
Recs, Orme, and Broivn. [iSn?] 90 pp. Plate. 
12 G.4011.1.3 

690. Shakspeare's Winter's tale ; a play ; adapted 
to the stage by J. P. Kemble ; and now published as 
it is performed at the Theatres Royal. London : J. 
Miller. 1815. 83 pp. 12 G.3964.2.2 ; G.4011.2.4 

691. The winter's tale; a play, in five acts; by 
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatres 
Royal, Drury Lane and Covent Garden. Printed 
under the authority of the managers from the 
prompt book. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. 
London : Hurst, Robinson, and co. [1817?] 90 pp. 
Plate. 12 G.66.3.9 

692. Shakespeare's play of The winter's tale, 
arranged for representation at the Princess's Thea- 
tre, with historical and explanatory notes, by 
Charles Kean. As first performed on Monday, 
April 28th, 1856. Second edition. London : J. K. 
Chapman and co. [1856?] 100 pp. 8 

No. 9, 10, ii ofG.4011.5 

693. The winter's tale. A play, in five acts. 
Written by William Shakspeare. With original 
casts, costumes, and the whole of the stage busi- 
ness, correctly marked and arranged, by J. B. 
Wright. New Tork : S. French. [1857?] 68pp. 
12 " No. ii in G.84.3.2 

No. 317 of " French's standard drama." Another edition was 
published from the same plates, with a slight change in the title- 
page in " Spencer's Boston theatre." 

Alterations. 

694. The winter's tale, a play. Alter'd from 
Shakespear. By Charles Marsh. London: printed 
for C. Marsh, at Cicero's Head. 1756. (2), 78 pp. 
8 G.4013.51 

.The alterations consist chiefly in omitting the first part of the 
original play, the first act opening immediately before the arrival 
of the messengers from Delphi. There are also changes in the 
last aa. 



695. The winter's tale, a play. Alter'd from 
Shakespear, by Charles Marsh. The second edition. 
With a preface, giving some account of this altera- 
tion. London : printed for C. Marsh, at Cicero's 
Head. 1756. vi, 78 pp. 8 G.4013.52 

696. Florizel and Perdita. A dramatic pastoral, 
in three acts. Alter'd from 'The winter's tale of 
Shakespear. By David Garrick. As it is performed 
at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London : Jf. 
andR.Tonson. 1758. (4), 66 pp. 8 G.4015.25 

The first part of the original play is omitted. Some incidents 
have been added and others altered. The words are mostly 
Shakespeare's. 

697. The sheep-shearing : or, Florizel and Per- 
dita. A pastoral comedy. Taken from Shakespear. 
As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Dublin. The 
songs set bj- Mr. Arne. Dublin : P. Wilson. 1767. 
27, (i) pp. 12 No. 4 in G.4015.30 

This alteration, which is ascribed to Macnamara Morgan, is 
taken from the fourth and fifth acts, without much change in the 
language, though some new incidents have been added. It was 
first published in 1754 under the title " Florizel and Perdita." 

698. The sheep-shearing : a dramatic pastoral. 
In three acts. Taken from Shakespeare. As it is 
performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. 
London: G.Kearsly. 1777. (3), 39 pp. 8 G.4015.26 

This play, which is attributed to George Colman in the " Bio- 
graphia dramatica," is simply Garrick's alteration cut down. 

Florizel and Perdita; or, the sheep-shearing: a 
dramatic pastoral. In two acts. (Altered from 
Shakespeare's Winter's tale.) In Collection of 
farces. Edinburgh, 1792. 12 2575.35.1 



Morgan's alteration. 



Parody. 



699. Perdita or the royal milkmaid. Being the 
legend upon which Shakespeare is supposed to have 
founded his Winter's tale. A new and original bur- 
lesque by William Brough. London. T. H. Lacy. 
[1856.] 39 pp. 12 No. 5 in G.4015.30 

Lacy's acting edition, No. 406. 



SPURIOUS AND DOUBTFUL PLAYS. 



The following titles (Nos. 700-703) include only those editions 
of the spurious and doubtful plays which were published inde- 
pendently and without the Poems or other plays of Shakespearet 
Some of the plays are also to be found in the editions of Shake- 
speare's collected works published in London, 1664 (No. 9), 1685 
(No. 10), 1709 (No. n), 1728 (No. 16), 1780 (No. 30), 1850 (No. 
80), 1852 (No. 85), 1877 (No. 135). References to these editions 
will also be found under each separate play. 

700. A supplement to the plays of William Shak- 
speare : comprising the seven dramas, which have 
been ascribed to his pen, but which are not included 
with his writings in modern editions, namely : The 
two noble kinsmen, The London prodigal, Thomas 
Lord Cromwell, Sir John Oldcastle, The Puritan, 
or the widow of Watling street, The Yorkshire trage- 
dy, The tragedy of Locrine. Edited, with notes, and 
an introduction to each play, by William Gilmore 
Simms. The first American edition. New York: 
George F. Cooledge and brother. 1848. (2), 178 
pp. Illustrated. L. 8 G.4016.14 

The plays selected are those "only which have been (wholly 
or in part) ascribed to" Shakespeare. The illustrations are 
taken from Knight's Pictorial edition. 

701. Pseudo-Shakspere'sche Dramen. Heraus- 
gegeben von Nicolaus Delius. Erstes-fiinftes Heft. 
Elbcrfeld, R. L. Friderichs. 1854-74. 2 v. 12 

G.4016,16 



Contents. 1. Edward in ; Arden of Feversham ; The birth 
of Merlin. 2. Mncedorus; Fair Em. 

The English text with a Vorrede to each play in German. 
Each of the plays was published separately with independent 
title-pages. 

702. A supplement to the plays of William Shak- 
speare : comprising the seven dramas which have 
been ascribed to his pen, but which are not included 
with his writings in modern editions, namely : The 
two noble kinsmen, The London prodigal, Thomas 
Lord Cromwell, Sir John Oldcastle, The Puritan, 
or the widow of Watling Street, The Yorkshire 
tragedy, The tragedy of Locrine. Edited, with 
notes, and an introduction to each play, by William 
Gilmore Simms. Philadelphia : Jas B. Smith 
and co. 1855. (2), 178 pp. L. 8 ' 

G.4016.15; 4595.1 

This is the same edition as No. 700, with a new title-page, 
simply changing the place and publisher. An engraved title- 
page, which was in the first edition, is omitted in this. Inserted 
in 6.4016.15 is a manuscript memorandum of the editor. 

703. Doubtful plays of William Shakespeare. 
[Edited by Max Moltke.] Leipzig: B. Tauchnitz. 
1869. vi, (2), 352 pp. Sm. 8' 6599.9 

Contents. King Edward in; Thomas Lord Cromwell; Lo- 
crine ; A Yorkshire tragedy ; The London prodigal ; The birth 
of Merlin. 



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Arden George a Greene 



SHAKESPEARE 



" In the present volume, which is intended to serve as a sup- 
plement to Shakespeare's works, I have . . . selected those six 
pieces, which, according 1 to my firm conviction, hear the most 
unmistakable traces of Shakespeare's authorship." Introduc- 
tory remarks. Collection of British authors, Tauchnitz edition, 
vol. 1041. 

Arden of Feversham. 

704. The lamentable and trve tragedie of M. Ar- 
den, of Feversham, in Kent. Who was most wick- 
edlye murdered, by the means of his disloyall and 
wanton wyfe, who for the loue she bare to one Mos- 
bie, hvred two desperat ruffins, Blackwill and Shag- 
bag, to kill him. Wherein is shewed, the great 
malice and discimulation of a wicked woman, the 
vnsatiable desire of filthie lust, and the shamefull 
end of all murderers. With a preface ; in which 
some reasons are offered, in favour of its being the 
earliest dramatic work of Shakespear now remain- 
ing; and a genuine account given of the murder 
from authentic papers of the time [by Edward Ja- 
cob], London : printed for Edward White. 1592. 
And re-printed verbatim by J. and J. Marc//, for 
Stephen Doorne, bookseller at Feversham. 1770. 
(2), vi, (2), 88, (i) pp. 8 G.4016.17 ; G.4016.18 

0.4016.17 is a large paper copy. 

Arden of Feversham. In The complete works of 
Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

Arden of Feversham. Ein Shakspere zugeschrie- 
benes Drama. Herausgegeben von Nicolaus De- 
lius. Elbcrfeld, 1855. R. L. Friderichs. 12 

G.4016.16.1 

Alteration. 

Arden of Feversham. A tragedy. In Lillo, G. 
Works. London, 1775. Sm. 8 G.3816.4.2 

Lillo has borrowed the plot in the main and much of the lan- 
guage of the original play. His version is said to have been 
left unfinished at his death, and to have been completed by John 
Hoadly. 

Arden of Feversham. An historical tragedy a<5ted 
at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. In Lillo, G. 
Dramatic works. London, 1810. 12 6570a.5.2 

Arden of Feversham. By Lillo. Finished by 
Hoadly. In Scott, Sir W., editor. The modern 
British drama. London, 1811. L. 8 G.3960.19.2 

Arden of Feversham : a tragedy, in five acls. By 
George Lillo. In The British drama. Philadelphia, 
1853. L. 8 6571.4.1 

The arraignment of Paris. 

The arraignment of Paris. In Peele, G. Works. 
London, 1829. 8 G.3815.1.1 

" This piece is included in Capell's Collection among the 
doubtful plays." Bohtfs Loivndes. Kirkman, also, ascribed it 
to Shakespeare. T. Nash, in an epistle prefixed to R. Greene's 
Arcadia attributes it to George Peele. 

The birth of Merlin. 

705. The Birth Of Merlin : Or, 'The Childe hath 
found his Father. As it hath been several times 
A<Sted with great Applause. Written by William 
Shakespear, and William Rowley. London: Print- 
ed by Tho. Johnson for Francis Kirkman, and Henry 
Marsh, and are to be sold at the Princes Arms in 
Chancery-Lane. 1662. (28) ff. 4 G.176.43 

The first known edition. 

The birth of Merlin ; or the child hath found his 
father. /// The complete works of Shakspere. Lon- 
don, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

The birth of Merlin. Ein Shakspere und Rowley 
ziitjeschriebenes Drama. Herausgegeben von Nico- 
laus Delius. Elbcrfeld, 18=56. R. L. Friderichs. 
12 G.4016.16.1 



The birth of Merlin. In Doubtful plays of W. 
Shakespeare. Leipzig, 1869. Sm. 8 6599.9 

Double falsehood. 

706. Double falshood ; or, the distrest lovers. A 
play, as it is a6ted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury- 
Lane. Written originally by W. Shakespeare; and 
now revised and adapted to the stage by Mr. Theo- 
bald, the author of Shakespeare restor'd. London : 
printed by J. Watts. 1728. (16), 64 pp. 8 

G.4016.3 

Founded upon the story of Cardenio in Don Quixote. " Ma- 
lone attributes this play to Massinger, Farmer to Shirley, and 
Reed to Theobald himself." JSoAfi's Loivndes. 

Edward III. 

Edward the third, a play, thought to be writ by 
Shakespeare. In Capell, E., editor. Prolusions. 
London, 1760. 8 G.4016.10; G.4023.10.1 

The plot is taken from Ilolinshed's Chronicle, and Painter's 
Palace of pleasure. 

King Edward the third. In The complete works 
of Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 

G.4041.3.4 

Edward in. Ein Shakspere zugeschriebenes 
Drama. Herausgegeben von Nicolaus Delius. El- 
berfeld, 1854. R - L - Friderichs. 12 G.4016.16.1 

King Edward in. In Doubtful plays of W. Shake- 
speare. Leipzig; 1869. Sm. 8 6599.9 

Edward in. In The Leopold Shakspere. Lon- 
don, 1877. 4 G.86.3; 4594.7 

Fair Em. 

707. A Pleasant Comedie of Faire Em, The Mil- 
lers Daughter of Manchester : with the loue of 
William the Conqueror. As it was sundty [sic~\ 
times publiquely adted in the Honourable Citie of 
London, by the right Honourable the Lord Strange 
his Seruants. London, Printed for lohn Wright, 
and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bi- 
ble in Guilt-spur street -without New-gate. 1631. 
(23) ff. 4 G.176.44 ; G.176.45 

First known edition. It has been attributed to Robert Green 
and Thomas Lodge as well as to Shakespeare. 

Fair Em. In The complete works of Shakspere. 
London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

Fair Em. Ein Shakspere zugeschriebenes Dra- 
ma. Herausgegeben von Nicolaus Delius. Elber- 
feld, 1874. R. L. Friderichs. 12 G.4016.16.2 

Fifth of November. 

708. The fifth of November; or, the Gunpowder 
plot. An historical play, supposed to be written by 
William Shakspeare. London : Baldwin and Cra- 
dock. 1830. (4), 114 pp. 8 G.4016.39 

"This play is supposed to have been written by Shakspeare 
during the short period between his retirement into the country 
and his death, in 1616, and about ten years after the discovery of 
the Gunpowder plot. The reasons of it not being published in 
his lifetime are sufficiently obvious." Advertisement. 

George a Greene. 

A pleasant conceyted comedie of George a Greene, 
the pinner of Wakefield. In Dodsley, R., editor. 
Collection of plays. London, 1744. 12 6 G.3965.1.1 

Tieck, on the strength of an old tradition, suggested that this 
play might be by Shakespeare. 

George a Greene, the pinner of Wakefield. In 
Scott, Sir W., editor. Ancient British drama. Lon- 
don, 1810. L. 8 6571.14.1 

George a Greene, the pinner of Wakefield. In 
Dodsley, R., editor. Collection of plays. London, 
1825. 8 6.3961.2.3 ; 2588.1.3 



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0.3961.2.3 is a copy on large paper. 



SPURIOUS AND DOUBTFUL PLAYS Locrine Mucedorus 



George-a-Greene, the pinner of Wakefield. In 
Greene, R. Dramatic works. With notes by A. 
Dyce. London, 1831. 8 G.3814.1.2; G.3814.2.2 

0.3814.2.2 is a copy on large paper. 

Locrine. 

The Tragedy of Locrine, the eldest Son of King 
Brutus In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and 
tragedies. London, 1664. F G.174.5 

The Tragedy of Locrine, the eldest Son of King 
Brutus. In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and 
tragedies. London, 1685. F G.174.6 

The tragedy of Locrine, the eldest son of King 
Brutus. In Works of Shakespear. London, 1709. 
8 G.4021.2.6 

The tragedy of Locrine, the eldest son of King 
Brutus. In Works of Shakespear. London, 1728. 
12 4599.35 

Locrine. In Supplement to Shakspeare's plays. 
London, 1780. 8 G.4025.2.2 

The tragedy of Locrine, the eldest son of King 
Brutus. /;/ Supplement to the plays of Shakspeare. 
Neva York, 1848. L. 8 G.4016.14 

Locrine. In The complete works of Shakspere. 
London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

Locrine. In Supplementary works of Shakspeare. 
London, 1852. Sm. 8 G.4046.3 

Locrine. In Supplement to the plays of Shak- 
speare. Philadelphia, 1855. L. 8 

G.4016.15 ; 4595.1 

The tragedy of Locrine. In Doubtful plays of 
Shakespeare. Leipzig, 1869. . Sm. 8 6599.9 

The London prodigal. 

The London Prodigal. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and 
tragedies. London, 1664. F G.174.5 

The London Prodigal. In Shakespear's Come- 
dies, histories, and tragedies. London, 1685. F 

G.174.6 

The London prodigal. A comedy. In Works of 
Shakespear. London, 1709. 8 G.4021.2.6 

The London prodigal. /;/ Works of Shakespear. 
London, 1728. 12 4599.35 

London prodigal. In Supplement to the edition 
of Shakespeare's plays. London, 1780. 8 

G.4025.2.2 

London prodigal. In Scott, Sir W., editor. An- 
cient British drama. London, 1810. L. 8 6571.14.1 

The London prodigal. In Supplement to the 
plays of Shakspeare. Ne-w York, 1848. L. 8 

G.4016.14 

London prodigal. In The complete works of 
Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

London prodigal. In Supplementary works of 
Shakspeare. London, 1852. Sm. 8 G.4046.3 

The London prodigal. In Supplement to the 
plays of Shakspeare. Philadelphia, 1855. L 8 

G.4016."15; 4595.1 

The London prodigal. In Doubtful plays of 
Shakespeare. Leipzig, 1869. Sm. 8 6599.9 

Lord Cromwell. 

The History of the Life and Death of Thomas 
Lord Cromwell. In Shakespear's Comedies, histo- 
ries, and tragedies. London, 1664. F G.174.5 

The History of the Life and Death of Thomas 
Lord Cromwell. In Shakespear's Comedies, histo- 
ries and tragedies. London, 1685. F G.174.6 



The life and death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. 
In Works of Shakespear. London, 1709. 8 

G.4021.2.6 

The life and death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. 
In Works of Shakespear. London, 1728. 12 

4599.35 

Lord Cromwell. In Supplement to Shakspeare's 
plays. London, 1780. 8 G.4025.2.2 

The life and death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. 
In Scott, Sir W., editor. Ancient British drama. 
London, 1810. L. 8 6571.14.1 

The history of the life and death of Thomas Lord 
Cromwell. In Supplement to the plays of Shak- 
speare. Neva York, 1848. L. 8 G.4016.14 

The life and death of Thomas, Lord Cromwell. 
In The complete works of Shakspere. London, 
1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

The life and death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. 
In Supplementary works of Shakspeare. London, 
1852. Sm. 8 G.4046.3 

The history of the life and death of Thomas Lord 
Cromwell. In Supplement to the plays of Shak- 
speare. Philadelphia, 1855. L. 8 

G.4016.15 ; 4595.1 

The life and death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. 
In Doubtful plays of Shakespeare. Leipzig, 1869. 
Sm. 8 6589.9 

Merry devil of Edmonton. 

709. The merry Deuill of Edmonton. As it hath 
been sundry times A6led, by his Majesties Seruants, 
at the Globe on the Banke-side. London printed 
by A. M. for Francis Falkner, and are to be sold at 
his Shoppe neere vnto S. Margarites-hill in South- 
vjarke. 1626. (23) ff. 4 G.176.46 

This play was first attributed to Shakespeare by Kirkman the 
bookseller. Drayton, Heywood, Wilkins and Antony Brewer 
have also been credited with the authorship. 

710. The Merry Deuill of Edmonton. As it hath 
been sundry times Acted, by his Maiesties Seruants, 
at the Globe on the Bancke-side. London. Printed 
by T. P. for Francis Falkner, and are to be sold at 
his shoppe neere vnto S. Margarites-hill in Sonth- 
warke. 1631. (23) ff. 4 G.176.47 

A reprint with some slight changes of the edition of 1626. 
Some previous owner, probably of the last century, has added 
"by\V: S:" to the title-page. 

The merry devil of Edmonton. A comedy. In 
Dodsley, R., editor. Collection of plays. London, 
1744 12 G.3965.1.11 

The merry devil of Edmonton. In Scott, Sir W., 
editor. Ancient British drama. London, 1810. L. 
8 6571.14.2 

The merry devil of Edmonton. In Dodsley, R , 
editor. Collection of plays. London, 1825. 8 

G.3961.2.5 ; 2588.1.5 

The merry devil of Edmonton. In The complete 
works of Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 

G.4041.3.4 

The merry devil of Edmonton. /;/ Dodsley, R., 
editor. Collection of plays. London, 1875. 8 

2574.53.10 

Mucedorus. 

711. A Most pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus the 
Kings Sonne of Valencia, and Amadine the Kings 
daughter of Aragon. With the merry conceits of 
Mouse. Amplified with new additions, as it was 
acted before the Kings Maiestie at White-hall on 
Shroue-sunday night. By his Highnesse Seruants, 
vsually playing at the Globe. Very delectable, and 
full of conceited mirth. Imprinted at London for 



47 



Mucedorus Two noble kinsmen 



SHAKESPEARE 



William lones, dwelling neere Holborne Conduit at 
the signe of the Gunne. 1613. (23) if. 4 

G.176.48 

This copy belonged to Odlavius Gilchrist and has his auto- 
graph upon the title-page. Langbaine first coupled Shake- 
speare's name with the play as the author. 

712. A Most Pleasant Comedy of Mucedorus the 
Kings Sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the Kings 
Daughter of Aragon. With the merry conceits of 
Mouse. Amplified with new Additions, as it was 
acted before the Kings Maiesty, at White-hall on 
Shroue-sunday night. By his Highnesse Seruants, 
vsually playing at the Globe. Very delectable, and 
ful of conceited mirth. London, Printed for lohn 

Wright, and are to bee sold at his shop -without 
Newgate, at the signe of the Bible. 1619. (23) ff. 
4 G.176.49 

A reprint with some slight changes, mostly in the spelling, 
of the edition of 1613. This copy was formerly Heber's. 

713. A Most pleasant Comedy of Mucedorus the 
Kings sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the Kings 
Daughter of Aragon. With the merry conceits of 
Mouse. Amplified with new Additions, as it was 
acted before the Kings Majestic at Whitehall, on 
Shrove-sunday night By his Highnesse servants 
usually playing at the Globe. Very delectable and 
full of conceited mirth. London, Printed for John 
Wright, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe 

of the Bible in Giltspur re-Street -without Newgate. 
1639. (23) ff. 4 G.176.50 

A reprint, with slight changes, of the edition of 1613. 

714. A Most pleasant Comedy of Mucedorus The 
Kings Son of Valentia, and Amadine the Kings 
Daughter of Aragon. With the merry Conceits of 
Mouse. Amplifyed with new Additions, as it was 
Acted before the Kings Majestic at White-hall on 
Shrove-sunday night. By his Highness servants 
usually playing at the Globe. Very delectable and 
full of conceited mirth. London, Printed for Fran- 
cis Coles, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Lamb 
in the Old Bayly. 1663. (23) ff. 4 G.176.51 

A reprint, with slight changes, of the edition of 1613. 

715. A Most pleasant Comedy of Mucedorus 
The King's Son of Valentia, and Amadine the 
King's Daughter of Aragon. With the merry Con- 
ceits of Mouse. Amplifyed with new Additions, as 
it was Acted before the King's Majestic at white-hall 
on Shrove-sunday night. By His Highness's Ser- 
vants usually playing at the Globe. Very delecta- 
ble and full of conceited Mirth. London, Printed 
by E. O. for Francis Coles, and are to be Sold at his 
Shop in Wine-street near Hatton-garden. 1668. 
(23) ff. 4 G.176.52 

A reprint of the edition of 1613 with slight changes. 

Mucedorus. In The complete works of Shak- 
spere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

Mucedorus. In Dodsley, R., editor. Collection 
of plays. London, 1874. 8 2574.53.7 

Mucedorus. Ein Shakspere zugeschriebenes Dra- 
ma. Herausgegeben von Nicolaus Delius. Elber- 
feld, 1874. R. L. Friderichs. 12 G. 4016.16.2 

Sir John Oldcastle. 

716. The first part Of the true & honorable his- 
tory, of the Life of Sir lohn Old-castle, the good 
Lord Cobham. As it hath bene lately acted by the 
Right honorable the Earle of Notingham, Lord 
High Admirall of England, his Seruants. Written 
by William Shakespeare. London, printed for T. P. 
1600. (40) ff. 4 G.176.53 

Attributed in Henslowe's diary to Munday, Drayton, Wilson 
and Hathaway. 



48 



The History of Sir John Oldcastle, the good Lord 
Cobham. In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and 
tragedies. London, 1664. F G.174.5 

The History of Sir John Oldcastle, the good Lord 
Cobham. /// Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and 
tragedies. London, 1685. F G. 174.6 

The history of Sir John Oldcastle, the good Lord 
Cobham. In Works of Shakespear. Lon don, 1709. 
8 G.4021.2.6 

The history of Sir John Oldcastle, the good Lord 
Cobham. In Works of Shakespear. London, 1728. 
12 4599.35 

Sir John Oldcastle. Part i. In Supplement to 
Shakspeare's plays. London, 1780. 8 G.4025.2.2 

Sir John Oldcastle. Part i. In Scott, Sir W., 
editor. Ancient British drama. London, 1810. 
L. 8 6571.14.1 

Sir John Oldcastle. Part first. In Supplement 
to the plays of Shakspeare. New Tork, 1848. 8 

G.4016.14 

First part of Sir John Oldcastle. In The complete 
works of Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 

4041.3.4 

First part of Sir John Oldcastle. In Supplemen- 
tary works of Shakspeare. London, 1852. 8 

G.4046.3 

Sir John Oldcastle. Part first. In Supplement 
to the plays of Shakspeare. Philadelphia, 1855. 
L. 8 G.4016.15 ; 4595.1 

The Puritan. 

717. The Pvritaine or the Widdow of Watling- 
streete. Acted by the children of Paules. Written 
by W. S. Imprinted at London by G. Eld. 1607. 
(30 ff. 4 G.176.54 

The title and last page of this copy have been supplied in fac- 
simile. It has been ascribed to Wentworth Smith. W. Hazlitt 
says William Smith, the author of Hedtor of Germanic. 

The Puritan : or, The Widow of Watling-street. 
In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and tragedies. 
London, 1664. F G.174.5 

The Puritan : or, the Widow of Watlingstreet. 
In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, and tragedies. 
London, 1685. F G.174.6 

The Puritan. In Works of Shakespear. London, 
1709. 8 G.4021.2.6 

The Puritan. In Works of Shakespear. London, 
1728. 12 4599.35 

The Puritan. In Supplement to Shakspeare's 
plays. London, 1780. 8 G.4025.2.2 

The Puritan. In Scott, Sir W., editor. Ancient 
British drama. London, 1810. L. 8 6571.14.1 

The Puritan. In Supplement to the plays of 
Shakspeare. New Tork, 1848. L. 8 G.4016.14 

The Puritan. In The complete works of Shak- 
spere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3,4 

The Puritan. In Supplementary works of Shak- 
speare. London, 1852. 8 G.4046.3 

The Puritan. In Supplement to the plays of 
Shakspeare. Philadelphia, 1855. L. 8 

G.4016.15 ; 4595.1 

The two noble kinsmen. 

718. The Two Noble Kinsmen : Presented at the 
Blackfriers by the Kings Maiesties servants, with 
great applause : Written bv the memorable Worthies 
of their time; Mr. John Fletcher, and Mr. William 
Shakspeare, Gent. Printed at London by Tho. 
Cotes, for lohn Waterson : and are to be sold at the 



SPURIOUS AND DOUBTFUL PLAYS 



Kinsmen Spurious 



signe of the Croivne in Pauls Church-yard. 1634. 
(i), 88, (i) pp. 4 G.176.55 ; G.176.56 

The first edition. The plot is derived from Chaucer's 
" Knight's tale." 

The two noble kinsmen. In Beaumont, F., and 
Fletcher, J. Fifty comedies and tragedies. London, 
1679. F G.3820.1 

The two noble kinsmen. In Beaumont, F., and 
Fletcher, J. Works. London, 1750. 8 2607.3.10 

The two noble kinsmen. By Shakespeare and 
Fletcher. In Scott, Sir W., editor. Modern Brit- 
ish drama. London, 1811. L. 8 

G.3960.19.1 ; 331.1.1 

The two noble kinsmen. By Fletcher and Shak- 
speare. /// Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. Works. 
Edinburgh, 1812. 8 G.3813.1.13 

The two noble kinsmen. In Pictorial edition of 
Shakspere. London, 1838-43. L. 8 

G.4031.3.7 ; 2592.5.7 

The two noble kinsmen. In Pictorial edition of 
Shakspere. London, 1845. L. 8 4593.3.7 

The two noble kinsmen. In Beaumont, F., and 
Fletcher, J. Works. London, 1846. 8 

G.3812.1.11 ; 4572.57.11 

The two noble kinsmen. In Supplement to the 
plays of Shakspeare. New Tork, 1848. L. 8 

G.4016.14 

The two noble kinsmen. In Complete works of 
Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

The two noble kinsmen. In Beaumont, F., and 
Fletcher, J. Works. Boston, 1854. L - 8 4605,1.2 

The two noble kinsmen. In Supplement to the 
plays of Shakspeare. Philadelphia,^^. L. 8 

G.4016J5 ; 4595.1 

The two noble kinsmen. In Works of Shake- 
speare. London, 1866. 8 4597.2.8 

The two noble kinsmen. In Beaumont, F., and 
FletcherJ. Works. London, 1866. L. 8 2571.52.2 

The two noble kinsmen. In Works of Shake- 
speare. London, 1876. 8 G.84.1.8 

The two noble kinsmen. In The Leopold Shak- 
spere. London, 1877. 4 G.86.3 ; 4594.7 

Alteration. 

719. The rivals. A comedy. Acted by His High- 
nes the Duke of York's Servants. London, Printed 
for William Cademan, at the Pope's Head in the 
Loiver Walk of the New Exchange. 1668. (4), 
56 pp. 4 G.4016.34 

This play, which is an alteration of ' The two noble kinsmen," 
has been generally attributed to Sir W. Davenant on the author- 
ity of Langbaine, who says : " Have heard Mr. Cademan, for 
whom, as I think, it was printed, say it was writ by Sir William 
D'avenant." Little of the original play is retained. 

The rivals. In Davenant, Sir W. Dramatic 
works. Edinburgh, 1874. 8 2478.59.5 

Vortigern. 

720. Vortigern, an historical tragedy, in five 
acts ; represented at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 
on Saturday, April 2, 1796. London : J. Barker. 
1799. (2), xi, (i), 75 pp. 8 G.4016.37 

This copy is bound with Henry the second, with a title-page 
covering both plays, but without a date. The preface was writ- 
ten by Samuel Ireland, the father of the author. 

721. Vortigern ; an historical play; with an orig- 
inal preface. By W. H. Ireland. Represented at the 
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on Saturday, April 2, 
1796, as a supposed newly-discovered drama of Shak- 
speare. London: Joseph Thomas. 1832. (2), xv, 
(i),58 pp. Fac-simile. 8 G.3953.14 ; 2597.31 

7 19, 10, 78. 49 



Yorkshire tragedy. 

722. A Yorkshire Tragedie. Not so New, as La- 
mentable and True. Written by W. Shakespeare. 
Printed for T. P. 1619. (15) ff. Sm. 4 

G.176.57 ; G.176.58 

The title with which this play commences is " All's one, or, 
one of the foure plaies in one, called a Yorkshire tragedy." 

A York-shire Tragedy, Not so New, as Lamenta- 
ble and True. In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, 
and tragedies. London, 1664. F G.174.5 

A Yorkshire Tragedy, Not so New, as Lamenta- 
ble and True. In Shakespear's Comedies, histories, 
and tragedies. London, 1685. F G.174.6 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Works of Shakespeare. 
London, 1709. 8 G.4021.2.6 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Works of Shakespear. 
London, 1778. 12 4599.35 

Yorkshire tragedy. In Supplement to Shak- 
speare's plays. London, 1780. 8 G.4025.2.2 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Scott, Sir W., editor. 
Ancient British drama. London, 1810. L. 8 

6571.14.1 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Pictorial edition of 
Shakspere. London, 1838-43. L. 8 

G.4031.3.7 ; 2592.5.7 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Pictorial edition of 
Shakspere. London, 1845. L. 8 4593.3.7 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Supplement to the plays 
of Shakspeare. New Tork, 1848. L. 8 G.4016.14 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Complete works of 
Shakspere. London, 1850-53. L. 8 G.4041.3.4 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Supplementary works 
of Shakspeare. London, 1852. 8 6.4046.3 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Supplement to the plays 
of Shakspeare. Philadelphia, 1855. L. 8 

G.4016.15 ; 4595.5 

A Yorkshire tragedy. In Doubtful plays of 
Shakespeare. Leipzig", 1869. Sm. 8 6599.9 

Spurious works. 

723. A compendious or briefe examination of 
certayne ordinary complaints, of diuers of our coun- 
try men in these our dayes : which although they 
are in some part vniust and friuolous, yet are they 
all by way of dialogues throughly debated and dis- 
cussed. By W. S. Gentleman. Imprinted at Lon- 
don in Fleetstreate, neere vnto Saincte Dunstones 
Church, by Thomas Marshe. 1581. (4), 55 ff. Coat 
of arms. Black letter. 4 G.4016.40 ; 2529.21 

A treatise on political economy by William Stafford, the run- 
ning-title of which is " A briefe Conceipte of English pollicy." 

724. A compendious or briefe examination of 
certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our coun- 
trymen in these our dayes : which although they 
are in some parte vnjust and friuolous, yet are they 
all, by way of dialogue, throughly debated and dis- 
cussed by William Shakespeare, Gentleman. Im- 
printed at London. . . . Reprinted by Charles 
Marsh and A. Jackson. 1751. ( Io )) 9-120 pp. 

G.4016.41 




11CI , WU 1CU LUC dUWCa Ul UUB CU111UI1 UJ MBVTIUC LI1C U 

Shakespeare, on the ground that his deer-stealing was th 
demeanor referred to. 



725. Cupid's cabinet vnlock't, or, the new accade- 
my of complements. Odes, epigrams, songs, and 
sonnets, poesies, presentations, congratulations, 
ejaculations, rhapsodies, etc. With other various 
fancies. Created partly for the delight, but chiefly 
for the use of all ladies, gentlemen, and strangers, 



Poems 



SHAKESPEARE 



who affect to speak elegantly, or write queintly. 

By W. Shakespear. n. p , n. d. (2), 148 pp. Im- 

perfeft. 12 G.176.62 

According to a printed slip from some catalogue pasted in the 



cover, this is a unique copy of a book, probably published about 
1645 in London, by Humphrey Mosely. Pp. 33-56 and all after 
p. 148 are missing. Bound with this work is a fragment of an- 
other work printed in the same style, the running-title of which 
is "The art of courtship." 



POEMS. 



726. A collection of poems, viz. I. Venus and 
Adonis. II. The rape of Lucrece. III. The pas- 
sionate pilgrim. IV. Sonnets to sundry notes of 
musick. By Mr. William Shakespeare. London, 
B. Lintott. [1709.] (4), 155 pp. Sm. 8 G.4061.4 

This is vol. i of the succeeding edition (No. 727), the only 
difference being that the title-pages to the various parts bear the 
dates, 1630, 1632, 1599, 1599. Lowndes, who does not seem to have 
known of the two-volume edition, says of this : " Edited by 
Charles Gildon; forming the seventh volume of the first small 
edition of the Works." He is wrong in this last assertion, see 
No. 12. Under the "Passionate pilgrim" is inchided only the 
first 22 stanzas of the poem. The " Sonnets to sundry notes of 
musicke" contain the latter part of the poem commencing with, 
" It was a lording's daughter." " Mr. Oldys, in one of his man- 
uscripts, savs they were set [to music] by John and Thomas 
Morley." Afalone. 

727. A collection of poems, in two volumes; be- 
ing all the miscellanies of Mr. William Shakespeare, 
which were publish'd by himself in the year 1609, 
and now correctly printed from those editions. The 
first volume contains, I. Venus and Adonis. II. 
The rape of Lucrece. III. The passionate pilgrim. 
IV. Some sonnets set to sundry notes of musick. 
The second volume contains one hundred and fifty 
four sonnets, all of them in praise of his mistress. 
II. A lover's complaint of his angry mistress. Lon- 
don: B. Lintott. [1710?] (6), 155; (4), 98pp. 
2 v. in i. Sm. 8 G.4061.3 

The four parts of vol. i have separate title-pages with " Print- 
ed in the year 1609" upon them. 6.4061.5 is a copy of vol. 2. 

728. Shakespeare's Poems : containing, I. Venus 
and Adonis. II. The rape of Lucrece. III. The 
passionate pilgrim. IV. Sonnets. Dublin : T. E-UJ- 
ing. 1771. 212 pp. Sm. 8 G.4026.1.13 

This edition, which includes the spurious poems published in 
the edition of 1640 (No. 743), and follows that edition in the 
arrangement of, and the titles to, the Sonnets, etc., is bound as 
vol. 13 of Ewing's Plays of Shakespeare (No. 27). 

729. Poems written by Mr. William Shakespeare. 
Reprinted for T. Evans. [177$?] viji, 250 pp. Por- 
trait, the Chandos altered. 8 G.4061.10 

Contents. Venus and Adonis; Tarquin and Lucrece; Poems 
on several occasions. 

The " Poems on several occasions " are the poems ascribed to 
Shakespeare in the edition of 1640, the arrangement of, and titles 
to, the Sonnets being the same. The portrait is upon the title- 
page. 

730. Venus und Adonis ; Tarquin und Lukrezia. 
Zwei Gedichte von Shakespeare. Aus dem Eng- 
lischen ubersezt [von H. C. Albrecht]. Mit beige- 
druktem Original. Halle, J. J. Gebauer, 1783. 
xviii, 305 pp. 8 G.4061.21 ; G.4061.22 

The poetical works of William Shakespeare. To 
which is prefixed the Life of the author. In Ander- 
son, R , editor. Complete edition of the poets of 
Great Britain. London, 1793. 8 4604.1.2 

731. The poems of William Shakspeare : viz. 
Venus and Adonis, The rape of Lucrece, Sonnets, 
The passionate pilgrim and The lover's complaint, 
with Mr. Capell's history of the origin of Shak- 
speare's fables. To which is added a glossary. Or- 
namented with three portraits, by Bartolozzi, etc. 
London: E. Jeffery. [1798?] (2), 22, (6), 233, 
(30) pp. 8 G.4061.9 



The portraits are the Chandos, engraved by S. Harding, and 
that of the Earl of Southampton. The portrait of Capell is 
missing from this copy. 

732. Poems by William Shakespeare. With 
illustrative remarks, original and select. To which 
is prefixed a sketch of the author's life. With en- 
gravings. In 2 v. London : C. Chappie. 1804. 
Portrait, the Chandos altered. Sm. 8 G.4061.11 

Contents. 1. Memoir, by W. C. Oulton ; Venus and Adonis ; 
Tarquin and Lucrece. 2. Poems on several occasions. 

The contents of vol. 2 are the same as those ascribed to Shake- 
speare in the edition of 1640. The Sonnets are also arranged 
under the same titles. 

Poems of Shakspeare. In Chalmers, A., editor. 
Works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cow- 
per. London, 1810. 8 2602.1.5 

Contains also a Life by Chalmers. 

733. The poems of William Shakspeare ; includ- 
ing Venus and Adonis, The rape of Lucrece, Pas- 
sionate pilgrim, A lover's complaint, Sonnets, etc. 
Hartford: S. Andrus and son. 1852. 182 pp. 16 

6599a.l2 

734. The poems of William Shakspeare. Edited 
by Robert Bell. London. J. W. Parker and son. 
1855. 252 pp. 8 G.4061.15 

Contains also a memoir and notes. It forms one of the vol- 
umes of "The annotated edition of the English poets." There 
is inserted a manuscript note of the editor. 

735. The poetical works of William Shakspeare ; 
with notes illustrative and explanatory : together 
with a supplementary notice to the Roman plays. 
Boston : Phillips, Sampson, and co. 1855. 442 pp. 
12 6596.22 

Published, according to the signatures only, as the eighth 
volume of Shakespeare's Works, edited by O. W. B. Peabody. 

736. The poems of William Shakspeare. Phila- 
delphia : J. B. Smith and co. [1851;?] (2), 238 pp. 
Sq. 16 6599a.ll 

737. Venus und Adonis. Tarquin und Lukrezia. 
Von William Shakspeare. Uebersetzt von Johann 
Heinrich Dambeck. Mit gegeniibergedrucktem 
Original. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus 18156. vi, 
(2), 237 pp. & G.4061.27 

738. The poetical works of William Shakspeare 
and the Earl of Surrey. With memoirs, critical dis- 
sertations, and explanatory notes, by George Gilfil- 
lan. Edinburgh : J. Nichol. 1856. xl, 316 pp. 
8 G.4061.16 

Nichol's Library edition of the British poets, vol. 10. 

739. The poetical works of William Shakespeare. 
With a memoir. Boston : Little, Broivn, and co. 
1866. xcix, 288 pp. Portrait, the Marshall. 16 

G.3724.1 ; G.27.9 

There are included " Songs from the plays." The Memoir is 
by A. Dyce. Some notes have been added by the American ed- 
itor, F. J. Child. This is one of the series of "The British 
poets." 0.3724.1 is a large paper copy. 

740. A concordance to Shakespeare's poems : an 
index to every word therein contained, by Mrs. Hor- 
ace Howard Furness. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippin- 
cott and co. 1874. iv, 422 pp. 8 ' 4590a.2 

The Poems are printed at the end, pp. 369-422. 



POEMS 



Lucrece Sonnets 



Lucrece. 

741. The Rape of Lucrece, Committed by Tar- 
quin the Sixt; And The remarkable judgments 
that befel him for it. By The incomparable Master 
of our English Poetry, Will: Shakespeare Gent. 
Whereunto is annexed, The Banishment of Tar- 
quin : Or, the Reward of Lust. By J. Quarles. 
London. Printed by J. G. for John Stafford in 
George-yard neer Fleet-bridge, and Will: Gilbert- 
son at the Bible in Giltspur-street, 1655. (6), 71, 
(4), 12 pp. Frontispiece. Portrait. Sm. 8 

G.176.60 

In the frontispiece is a medallion portrait of Shakespeare, 
taken from the Droeshout. Quarles's poem has a separate title- 
page and is independently paged. 

Songs and sonnets. 

742. Shake-speares Sonnets. Neuer before Im- 
printed. At London By G. Eld for T. T. and are 
to be solde by William Aspley. 1609. (2), (40) ff. 
Reprint. 4 G.166.19 ; 2597.39 

Contains also "A Louers complaint. By William Shake- 
speare." There is another title-page : " Shakespeare's Sonnets; 
reproduced in facsimile by the new process of photo-zincogra- 
phy in use at Her Majesty's Ordnance survey office. From the 
unrivalled original in the Library of Bridgewater House, by 
permission of the right hon. the Karl of Ellesmere. London: 
Lovell Reeve and co. 1862." 

A reprint of this edition is also to be found in Steevens's 
"Twenty plays, London, 1766," 0.4025.3.4. 0.4061.8 is another 
copy, separately issued, of the Steevens reprint. It was also 
reprinted in London, 1870 (No. 758). 

743. Poems: Written by Wil. Shake-speare. 
Gent. Printed at London by Tho. Cotes, and are 
to be. sold by lohn Benson, dwelling in St. Dunstans 
Church-yard. 1640. (191) pp. Portrait, the Mar- 
shall. Sm. 8 G.176.61 

Contents. To the reader, by I. B. ; Verses, by Leon. Digges 
and John Warren ; Poems by Will. Shakespeare Gent. ; An ad- 
dition of some excellent poems, to those precedent, of renowned 
Shakespeare, by other gentlemen : His mistresse drawne, by B. 
I. ; Her minde, by B. I. ; To Ben. lohnson, by F. B. ; His mistris 
shade ; Lavinia walking in a frosty morning; A sigh sent to his 
mistresse; An allegorical allusion of melancholy thoughts to 
bees, by I. G. ; The primrose; A sigh; A blush; Orpheus lute; 
Am I dispised? Vpon a gentlewoman \valking on the grasse; 
On his love going to sea; Aske me no more. 

The poems ascribed to Shakespeare are the Sonnets, with the 
exception of Nos. 18, 19, 43, 56, 75, 76, 96, 126, rearranged under 
various titles. Interspersed with them are " A lover's com- 

Klainl" and "The passionate pilgrim," together with the verses 
-om "As you like it," commencing "Why should this desartbe." 
In addition to these are the following translations from Ovid : 
"The Tale of Cephalus and Procris, That Menelaus was cause of 
his owne wrongs, Vulcan was lupiters Smith, The History how 
the Mynotaure was begot, This Mynotaure, when hee came to 
growth, was incloased in the Laborinth, Achilles his conceale- 
ment of his sex, The amorous Epistle of Paris to Hellen, Hellen 
to Paris." The last two were included in Jaggard's edition of 
"The passionate pilgrim," published in 1612, but Thos. Hey- 
wood, in his "Apology for aftors," published in the same yea'r, 
claims them as his own, and they are to be found in his " Troja 
Brittannica," printed in 1609. Lowndes says " Some of these 
poems are copied from Thomas Heywood's General history of 
Women." Following these are Milton's " Epitaph," " On the 
death of Shakespeare," by W. B., and " An elegie on the death 
of that famous writer and aftor, M. William Shakspeare." 

In the editions of Shakespeare's works published in 1710, 
1714, 1725, 1807, 1810 (the last two in Boston), and of his Poems 
published in 1771, 1775, 1804, the poems ascribed to him in this 
edition are reprinted with the same arrangement and under the 
same titles. 

744. The sonnets of William Shakspeare ; to 
which are added, his minor poems, and the songs 
from his plays. Whitekaven : J. Steel. 1822. (4}, 
123 pp. 8 G.4061.12 

745. The sonnets of Shakspeare and Milton. 
London: E. Moxon. 1830. iv, (2), 186 pp. Sm. 
8 G.4061.13 

746. Songs of Shakespeare : illustrated by the 
Etching club [John Bell and others]. London. 
1843. Printed by Gad and Kenittgale. 10 ff. F 

G.50.15 

Presented to the subscribers of the Royal polytechnic union. 



747. The songs and ballads of Shakespeare illu- 
minated by T. W. Gwilt Mapleson. Ne-w fork : 
Lockwood and co. [1849.] 2 3 ff - 4 G.4061.14 

Songs. In Bell, R., editor. Songs from the dra- 
matists. London, 1854. Sm - 8 G.3955.14 

748. The sonnets of William Shakspere, rear- 
ranged and divided into four parts. With an intro- 
duction and explanatory notes. [Bv Robert Cart- 
wright.] London: J. R. Smith. 1859. 120 pp. 
Sm. 8 G.4061.17 ; 2598.28 

An autograph letter of the editor is inserted in 0.4061.17. 

749. Schliissel zu Shakspeare's Sonnetten von 
D. Barnstorff. Bremen : 1860. J. Kuktmann and 
Comp. 179 pp. 8 G.4061.28; 2598.31 

The Sonnets are given in English. " William Shakspeare 
widmet die Sonnette dem W. H., und dass dies nichts anders 
als William Himself heissen soil, konnen wir zwar nicht bewei- 
sen, scheint uns aber aus dem 135 und 136 Sonnette hochst wahr- 
scheinlich." Einleitung . 

750. A key to Shakespeare's Sonnets by D. Barn- 
storff. Translated from the German by T. J. Gra- 
ham. London : Triibner and co. 1862. 215, (i) 
pp. 8 G.4061.31 

751. Shakspeare's songs and sonnets. Illus- 
trated by John Gilbert. London: S. Low, son, and 
co. 1862. (10), 31 pp. F G.4060.18 

"These [30] Songs and sonnets . . . have been chosen as 
much for the opportunity they afford for picturesque treatment 
by the artist, as for their literary excellence. J. C." The illus- 
trations are ten chromolithographs and thirty-two woodcuts. 

752. Shakspere's songs and sonnets. Illustrated 
by John Gilbert. London: S. Loiv, son, and co. 
1863. 55, (i) pp. 8 G.4061.18 

The introduction is signed Hfoward] Sftaunton?]. All of the 
Songs and " the best part" of the Sonnets are given. 

753. Songs and sonnets by William Shakespeare. 
[Edited by Francis Turner Palgrave.J Macmillan 
and co. London. 1865. (5), 255 pp. Sm. 8 

4599.30 
Gem edition. 

754. Shakespeare's sonnets. Boston : Ticknor 
and Fields. 1865. 160 pp. Sq. 16 

6599a.l; 1404.5 

755. Remarks on the Sonnets of Shakespeare ; 
with the Sonnets. Showing that they belong to the 
hermetic class of writings, and explaining their gen- 
eral meaning and purpose. By the author of "Re- 
marks on alchemy" [E. A. Hitchcock]. New York : 
J. Milhr. 1865. 258pp. 12 G.4061.19 ; 4595.9 

756. Shakspeare's sonnets never before inter- 
preted : his private friends identified : together with 
a recovered likeness of himself. By Gerald Massey. 
London : Longmans, Green, and co. 1866. xii, 603 
pp. 8 4595.10 

The Sonnets are printed in groups at the end of chapters 
descriptive of them. 

757. Shakespeare's sonnets, with commentaries, 
by Thomas D. Budd. Philadelphia : J. Campbell. 
1868. 172 pp. 4 G.89.2 

The author maintains that the Sonnets are addressed to "the 
soul materialized, and they are thus applicable to mankind gen- 
erally, individually, and to the poet in particular." This copy is 
on fine paper, uncut. 

758. Shakespeare's Sonnets, and a Lover's com- 
plaint. Reprinted in the orthography, and punctua- 
tion of the original edition of 1609. London : J. R. 
Smith. 1870. (4i)ff. 8 4593.5 

759. The songs of Shakspere. Selected from 
his poems and plavs. London: Virtue and co. 1872. 
vi, 188 pp. Sm. 8 b 4599.31 



Bohemian Dutch 



SHAKESPEARE 



760. Shakespeare's Sonnets. With a frontis- bert. Boston : J. R. Osgood and co. 1877. 94 pp. 
piece. Boston : J. R. Osgood and co. 1877. 103 16 1336.13 
pp. l6 1349.42 Vest-pocket series, No. 100. 

Vest-pocket series, No. 56. Edited by Benjamin Howard 762. Sonnets. By William Shakespeare. Illus- 

Ticknor. trated by Sir John Gilbert, and others. London : G. 

Routlcdge and sons. 1878. 96??- 12 6599a.9 

761. Shakespeare's Songs. Illust. by John Gil- The Emerald series. , 



TRANSLATIONS. 



Bohemian. 

763. Dramaticka dila Williama Shakespeara. 
Nakladem Musea kralovstvi Ceske"ho. Dil 1-5. V 
Praze. Fr. Rivndcc. 1855-66. 5 v. in 3. Sm. 8 

G.4066.6 

Contents. 1. 2ivot a smrt krale Richarda in ; Hamlet, princ 
Dansky; Krai Lear; Cymbelin. 2. Vesele zeny Windsorsk^; 
Koriolanus; Antonius a Kleopatra; Krai JindHch vl, dil i. 3. 
Krai Jindfich v; Julius Caesar; Kupec Benatsky ; Krai Jindf ich 
iv, dil i. 4. Krai Jindf ich vi, dil a; Krai Richard n; Veta za 
vetu ; Vecer tHkralov^, aneb cokoli chcete. 5. Krai Jindfich vi, 
dil 3; Komedie plna omylu ; Mnoho povyku pro nic zanic; Krai 
Jan ; Sen _v noci svatojanske\ 

Richard n, Coriolanus, Julius Ccesar, Richard ill, Twelfth 
night, King John, Midsummer night's dream were translated 
by FrantiseK Doucha; Cymbeline, Antony and Cleopatra^ Hen- 
ry v, Measure for measure, Comedy of errors by Josef Cejka ; 
Hamlet and the Merchant of Venice by Josef Jiri Kolar; King 
Lear and Henry iv, part i by Ladislav Celakovsky", and Henry 
vi, Much ado about nothing and the Merry wives of Windsor by 
J. B. Miily 1 . In Wurzbach's " Biographisches Lexikon," these 
plavs are attributed to Jakub Josef Maly. Each play, with in- 
troductions and notes, was published separately, the first two in 
1855, though the title-page of vol. i is dated 1856. The edition 
was completed in 1874. 

764. W. Shakespeare'a Romeo a Julie. Pfelozil 
J. Cejka. Pomoci Ferdinanda Fingerhuta. V Praie. 
Fr. Rivnace. 1861. (4), 112 pp. Sm. 8 

No. 4 in G.4065.27 

Danish. 

765. William Shakspeare's Dramatiske Vaerker, 
oversatte af Peter Foersom, Skuespiller [og P. F. 
Wulff. Udgione og gjennemsete af Offe H0yer]. 
Kj^benhavn. Forlagt af J. H. Schubothes Bog- 
handling. 1845-50. ii v. in 5. 12 G.4066.5 



mec 

den Fjerde, fyrsle Deel. 4. Henrik den Fje , , 

Henrik den Femte. 5. Henrik den Siette, f^rste, anden Deel. 
6. Henrik den Sjette, tredie Deel; Richard den Tredie; 7. 
Othello; Coriolanus. 8. Kongjohan; Henrik den Ottende. 
9. Som det behager Eder; Cymbeline. 10. Kellig-Tre-Kon- 
gers-Aften; Macbeth. H. Kj^bmanden i Venedig; Lige for 
Lige. 

The second edition, of which only these 22 parts appear 



page ot i 

appears without FoersonTs on the title-pages of vol. 6-0. ~ The 
title-pages of vol. 10, 11 read "oversatte a? P. F. Wulff og P. 
Foersom." H Dyer's name as editor is on the title-pages of vol. 
6-1 1. Foersom translated the plays in the first four volumes, 
together with the first part.of Henry vi and the first a<ft of the 
second part, which was completed by Wulff. He also trans- 
lated Macbeth " Efter Shakspeare og Schiller." The remaining 
plays were translated by Wulff, with the exception of the Mer- 
chant of Venice, translated by K. L. Rahbeck, and Measure for 
measure, translated bv H^yer. Inserted in vol. i is a manu- 
script memorandum of Foersom's. 

Dutch. 

766. William Shakespear's Tooneelspelen. Met 
de bronwellen, en aantekeningen van verscheide 
beroemde schryveren. Naar het Engelsche en het 
Hoogduitsche vertaald. [Vol. 4, 5 read Verrykt 
met de voorredens, aantekeningen, enz. van Rowe, 
Pope, Theobald, Hanmer, Warburton, Johnson en 



Capell. Naar de uitgaaf van Capell uit het En- 
gelsch vertaald en met aantekeningen van Prof. 
Eschenburg en van den vertaaler verrykt.] En met 
nieuw geinventeerde kunstplaaten verfierd. Amstel- 
dm. A. Borchers. 1778-82. 5 v. 8 G.4056.8 

Contents. 1, Hamlet; De storm; De vrolyke vrouwen te 
Windsor. 2. Macbeth; Leven en dood von Koning Johannes; 
De kunst om een tegenspreekster te temmen. 3. Othello; 
Henrik de vierde, deel i ; De dwaaling. 4. Marcus Anto- 
nius en Cleopatra; Richard de tweede; De twee edellieden van 
Verona. 5. Coriolanus; Hendrik de vierde, deel a; Veel 
leven over niets. 

Ascribed in Bohn's Lowndes to B. Brunius, etc. 

767. De storm. Romeo en Julia. Naar het 
Engelsch van William Shakspere, door Jurriaan 
Moulin. Tweede druk. Onder toezigt van J. Van 
Vloten. Haarlem, A. C. Kruseman. 1858. (6), 
155, (i) pp. Portrait, the Chandos, altered. 12 

No. 2 in G.4066.2 

Antony and Cleopatra. 

768. Antonius en Cleopatra. Treurspel van W. 
Shakspeare. Uit het Engelsch vertaald door W. 
Van Loon. Utrecht. Violet en zoon. 1861. vi, 
(2), 171 pp. 12 No. i in G.4056.7 

As you like it. 

769. Orlando en Rosalinde. (As you like it). 
Landspel van William Shakspere. Uit het Engelsch 
vertaald door A. S. Kok. Haarlem, A. C. Kruse- 
man. 1860. vi, (2), 194 pp. I2 C No. i in G.4056.9 

Hamlet. 

770. Hamlet, treurspel. Gevolgt naar het 
Fransch, en naar het Engelsch, door M. G. de Cam- 
bon, geb. vander Werken. In 's Gravenhage, by 
J. H. Munnilthuizen. [1775?] (2), 76 pp. 16 

No. 4 irr G.4014.13 
The translation by Ducis has been followed. 

771. Hamlet, treurspel. Gevolgd naar het 
Fransche van den heere Ducis. Door Ambrosius 
Justus Zubli. Vierde druk. Amsteldam, A. Mars. 
1819. 80 pp. Sm. 8 No. i in G.4014.12 

772. Hamlet, treurspel van William Shakespeare, 
uit het Engelsch, in den vorm van het oorspronke- 
lijke, vertaald door P. P. Roorda van Eijsinga. Met 
eene inleiding en een aanhangsel van J[urriaan] 
M[oulin]. Kampen, K. van Hulst. 1836. (18), 
141, (i), ii pp. 8 G.4065.4 

773. Hamlet, prince of Denmark. Historisch 
treurspel van Shakespeare. Ten gebruike der gym- 
nasia. Met ophelderingen voorzien door S. Susan. 
Deventer, J. de Lange. 1849. v "' C 1 )' I2 4 PP- 
8 No. 2 in G.4010.14 

English text with notes in Dutch. 

774. Hamlet, prins van Denemarken. Treur- 
spel, naar het Engelsch van William Shakspere, 
door A. S. Kok. Onder toezicht van J. van Vlo- 
ten. Haarlem, A. C. Kruseman. 1860. vi, (2), 
225, (i) pp. 12 No. 4 in G.4066.2 



TRANSLATIONS 



Dutch French 



Julius Ccesar. 

775. Julius Caesar. Treurspel van William 
Shakespeare, uit het Engelsch vertaald door C. W. 
Opzoomer. Amsterdam, J. H. Gebhard en co. 
[1860.] (8), 138 pp. 12 No. i in G.4066.1 

King Lear. 

776. Koning Lear, treurspel in vyf bedryven. 
Gevolgt naar het Fransch, door mevrouwe M. G. de 
Cambon gebooren van der Werken. Tweede druk. 
In 's Gravenhage, by J. C. Leeuivestyn. I79 1 - 99 
pp. 8 G.4014.30 

The translation by Ducis has been followed. 

777. Koning Lear. Treurspel van W. Shak- 
speare. Uit het Engelsch vertaald door W. Van 
Loon. Utrecht. Nolet en zoon, 1861. vii, (i), 156 
pp. 12 No. i in G.4056.10 

Macbeth. 

778. Macbeth, treurspel van William Shakspeare, 
uit het Engelsch, in de voetmaat van het oorspron- 
kelijke, vertaald en opgehelderd door Jurriaan Mou- 
lin. Kampen, W. J. Tibout. 1835. (2), iv, 120 
pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4066.3 

The plays edited by Moulin, with the exception of "The tem- 
pest," have bibliographies appended. 

Macbeth. Historisch treurspel van Shakspere. 
Oorspronkelijke uitgave. Ten gebruike der gymna- 
sia met ophelderingen voorzien door S. Susan. 
Deventer, J. de Lange. 1843. (6), 83 pp. 8 

No. i^in G.4010.14 

English text with notes in Dutch. 

779. Macbeth. Treurspel, van William Shak- 
spere, uit het Engelsch door Jurriaan Moulin. 
Derde druk. Onder toezigt van J. Van Vloten. 
Haarlem, A. C. Kruseman. 18^8. xxiii, (i), 131, 
(i) pp. 12 ' No. 3 in G.4066.2 

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Uitgegeven 
en verklaard door C. W. Opzoomer. Amsterdam, 
J. H. Gebhard en co. 1862. (4), 146 pp. 12 

No. 3 in G.4010.22 ; No. 3 in G.4056.6 

Another title-page reads, "The plays of William Shake- 
speare. . . . Tweede stuk. Macbeth " English text 

with-notes in Dutch. 

Merchant of Venice. 

780. De koopman van Venetie. Tooneelspel, 
van William Shakspeare, uit het Engelsch door T. 
N. van der Stok. Zutphen, W. Thieme. 1859. 
(8), 122 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4066.1 

Othello. 

Othello, of de jaloersche zwart, hekelspel. In 
Barbaz, A. L. Tooneel-parodien. Amsteldam, 1815. 
Sm. 8 G.4015.44.1 

781. Othello, de Moor van Venetie; uit het En- 
gelsch van William Shakspeare. vertaald, en opge- 
helderd door Jurriaan Moulin. Kampen, bit de erven 
A. Valckenier. 1836. vi, (2), 136 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4066.3 

This copy has the autograph of Moulin and several manu- 
script corrections by him. 

782. Othello, de Moor van Venetien. Uit het 
Engelsch van William Shakspeare, vertaald en op- 
gehelderd door Jurriaan Moulin. Tweede, verbe- 
terde druk. Deventer, A. Ter Gunne. 1848. (6), 
176 pp. 12 No. 3 in G.4066.1 

783. Othello, de Moor van Venetien. Uit het 
Engelsch van William Shakspere, door Jurriaan 
Moulin. Derde druk. Onder toezigt van J. Van 
Vloten. Haarlem, A. C. Krusemann. 1857. (6), 
187, (i) pp. 12 No. i in G.4066.2 

Othello, the Moor of Venice, by William Shake- 
speare. Uitgegeven en verklaard door C. W. Op- 



zoomer. Amsterdam, Gebroeders Binger. 1860. 
xl, 2ir pp. 12 No. i in G.4010.22 

Another title-page reads, "The plays of William Shake- 
speare. Uitgegeven . . . Eerste stuk. Othello, the Moor of 
Venice . . . ." Macbeth and Julius Cajsar are the only other 
plays yet published. In addition to a "Voorrede" there is an 
essay entitled, "Shakespeare, de dichter van het zedelijke le- 
ven." English text with notes in Dutch. 

Othello, the Moor of Venice, by William Shake- 
speare. Uitgegeven en verklaard door C. W. Op- 
zoomer. Amsterdam, J, H. Gebhard en co. 1862. 
xl, 211 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4010.22 

The only apparent change between this and the edition of 1860 
is in the title-page. 

Richard III. 

784. Koning Richard in. Treurspel van Wil- 
liam Shakspere; uit het Engelsch vertaald door A. 
S. Kok. Amsterdam, J. C. Loman,jr. 1861. viii, 
(2), 229 pp. 12 No. 2 in G.4056.9 

Romeo and Juliet. 

785. Romeo en Julia. Treurspel in vijf bedrij- 
ven, naar het Engelsch van William Shakspere, 
door J. van Lennep. Amsterdam, P. M. Warnars. 
1852. v, (3), 128 pp. Sm 8 No. 2 in G.4065.26 

Tempest. 

786. Proeve eener metrische vertaling van Wil- 
liam Shakspeares tooneelspel De storm, door Jurri- 
aan Moulin. Kampen, bij de erven .,'2?. Valcke- 
nier. 1836. 34, (i) pp. 8 No. i in G.4056.6 

The tempest, a comedy by William Shakespeare. 
Ten gebruike der gymnasia. Met ophelderingen 
voorzien door S. Susan. Kamfen, K. Van Hulst. 
1854. iv, 80 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.14 

English text with notes in Dutch. 

Titus Andronicus. 

787. Aran en Titus, of wraek en weerwraek, 
treurspel, door Jan Vos. Den achttienden druk, 
oversien en van veele fauten verbetert. Amsterdam, 
by de -wed: van Gijsbert de Groot, 1709. 72 pp. 
Sm. 8 No. 5 in G.4056.4 

The first edition appeared in i6<ji, the twentieth in 1720. It is 
said to be a free imitation of Titus Andronicus, though the 
statement is doubtful. 

French. 

Collected -works. 

788. Shakespeare traduit de 1'anglois, dedie au 
roi. [Par M. Le Tourneur.] Paris, la veuve Du- 
chesne [e/c.]. 1776-1782. 20 v. Vignettes. 8 

G.4053.1 

Contents. \. Prospectus des gravures; Noms des souscrip- 
teurs ; Epitre des tradudteurs au roi ; Reflexions sur des opinions 
sur Shakespear de Marmontel ; Jubile de Shakespeare; Vie; 
Discours, extrait des differentes prefaces, que les editeurs de 
Shakespeare ont mises a la tete de leurs editions ; Avis sur cette 
tradu<5tion; Othello. 2. La tempete; Jules Cesar; Agamem- 
non d'Euripides, a<5te 2. 3. Coriolan; Macbeth. 4. Cymbeline ; 
Romeo et Juliette ; Extrait des Castelvins et des Monteses, piece 
de Lopez de Vega. 5. Le roi Lear; Hamlet. 6. Antoine et 
Cleopatre; Timon d'Athenes. 7. Remarques de mistriss Mon- 
taigu, sur Hamlet; Reflexions de M. Richardson sur Hamlet; 
Remarques de M. Eschenberg sur les onze pieces qui precedent ; 
La vie et la mort du roi Jean. 8. Precis des sujets des pieces 
historiques; Richard II. 9. Henri iv, partie i, 2. 10. Notes; 
Retranchemens ; Opinion de M. Toilet sur les danseurs mo- 
resques ; Anecdotes sur Shakespear ; Extrait d'un essai sur 
1'ordre chronologique des pieces, par M. Malone; Reflexions de 
Rowe sur Shakespear; Note de M. Eschenburg; Les femmes 
joyeuses de Windsor. H. Henri v; Retranchemens; Henri vi, 
partie i. 12. Henri vi, ..partie 2, 3. 13. Richard in ; Henri 
viii. 14. Beaucoup de bruit pour rien ; Comme vous 1'aimez ; 
Remarques de M. Eschenburg; Reflexions de Richardson. 15. 
Le marchand de Venise; Le songe d'une nuit du milieu de 1'ete. 
16. Les meprises ; La mechanic femme mise a la raison ; Re- 
tranchemens ; Reflexions du Dr. Hurd ; Tatler, t. 4, no. 231 ; 
Remarques de M. Eschenburg. 17. Remarques de M. Eschen- 
burg; Tro'ile et Cresside ; Tout est bien qui finit bien, ou si 
la fin est bonne, tout est bon. 18. Mesure pour mesure; Re 
marques de M. Eschenburg; Peines d'amour perdues ; Re- 
tranchemens. 19. Remarques de M. Eschenburg; La soiree 



53 



French 



SHAKESPEARE 



desrois; Remarques de M. Eschenburg ; I> conte d'hiver. 26. 
Remarques de M. Eschenburg; Les deux Ve>onois ; Retranche- 
mens; Remarques de M. Eschenburg; Titus Andronicus. 

This translation, which was begun against the bitterest oppo- 
sition of Voltaire, was nevertheless successful in diminishing- 
and qualifying the national prejudice against Shakespeare, and 
in introducing the study of his works. Though (from Le Tour- 
neur's strict adherence to the laws of dramatic construction then 
in force, and his being obliged to render the poetry into prose), 
so exceedingly faulty as a translation as to amount to an imita- 
tion and at times to a parody of the original, yet it is marked by 
scholarship, and appreciation of Shakespeare's genius. His 
name, as translator, does not appear upon the title-page until the 
third volume, but is given in the " ^pitre au roi"in vol. i, together 
with his two collaborators in the first three volumes, the comte 
de Catuelan and Jean Fontaine-Malherbe. The notes are rarely 
original, but are taken from Warburton, Steevens, Johnson, 
Eschenburg and others. Pericles and the Poems are omitted, 
and some of the plavs are much abbreviated. The engravings, 
referred to in the Prospectus in vol. i, do not appear to have 
been published. 

789. CEuvres completes de Shakspeare, traduites 
de 1'anglais par Letourneur. Nouvelle Edition, re- 
vue et corrige'e par F. Guizot et A[me'de'e] P[ichot] 
traducleur de Lord Byron ; pre'cede'e d'une notice 
biographique et litteraire sur Shakspeare ; par F. 
Guizot. Paris, Ladvocat. 1821. 13 v. 8 

G.4051.1 

Contents. \. Vie, par F. P. G. Guizot ; Ve'nus et Adonis, 
suivi de Lucrece et Tarquin, par A. Pichot; Choix de sonnets, 
par A. Pichot; Hamlet. 2. La tempete; Coriolan; Jules Cesar. 
3. Antoine et Cleopatre; Les m^prises; Macbeth. 4. Timon 



sida. 6. Le roi Lear; Comme il vous plaira; luus Androni- 
cus. 7. Beaucoup de bruit pour rien ; Cymbeline; La douzi- 
eme nuit. 8. La vie et la mort du roi Jean ; Mesure pour me- 
sure; Le conte d'hiver. Q. La vie et la mort de Richard n ; La 
mechanic femme mise & la raison; Tout est bien qui finit bien. 

10. Henri IV, partie 1,2; Les joyeuses bourgeoises de Windsor. 

11. Henry v; Henry VI, partie I, 2. 12. Henri yi, partie 3; 
Richard in; Peines d'amour perdues. 13. Henri vm ; Peri- 
cles ; Le marchand de Venise. 

Though this bears the name of Le Tourneur, yet the transla- 
tion has oeen so revised as to leave few traces of his work. That 
which was omitted in the first edition has been supplied in this, 
and the notes replaced by new and mostly original ones. Guizot 
contributed the life, the historical and critical notices, and re- 
vised the translation of the six principal tragedies, ten historical 
plays, and three comedies. Querard says " par F. Guizot, ou 
plutot Mad. Guizot nee Dillon." Barante aided in the transla- 
tion of Hamlet and wrote some of the introductions. The rest 
of the revision, together with the translation of the poems, was 



du<5tions written by Guizot were published separately with other 
matter under the title, " Shakspeare et son temps, Paris, 1852," 
6.5911.14; and in an English translation, " Shakespeare and his 
times," London, 1852,0.3911.15, and New York, 1852, 6.77.6. 

790. Francois-Victor Hugo, traducleur. CEuvres 
completes de W. Shakespeare. Paris: Pagnerre. 
1859-66. 18 v. 8 G.4052.2 ; 4595.11 

Contents. \. Prospedtus; Preface par Victor Hugo; Aver- 
tissement; Observations generates; Les deux Hamlet: Intro- 
duction; Le premier Hamlet, traduit pour la premiere fois en 
franc,ais sur le texte [1603] ; Le second Hamlet [sur le texte, 
1604]; Notes. 2. Faeries: Introduction: Le monde invisible 
au seizieme siecle, la feerie ; Rapports de 1'homme avec le monde 
invisible, la magie; Systeme de Shakespeare; Le songe d'une 
nuit d'et; La tempete; Notes; Appendice : La reine Mab, 
poe'me de Shelley, traduction nouvelle. 3. Les tyrans : Introduc- 
tion ; Macbeth; Le roi Jean ; Richard in ; Notes. 4,5. Les ja- 
loux. 4. Introduction ; La fameuse histoire de Troylus etCres- 



J>occace par ic Bencuuu i icrre ue ncauveau . v-inquaiue-bixieiiie 
histoire tragique, traduite de Bandello par Belleforest; Pandosto 
ou le triomphe du temps de Robert Greene. 5. Introduction; 
Cymbeline; Othello; Notes; Appendice: Extrait du D^came- 
ron de Boccace, traduit par maltre A. Lema<;on ; Extrait des 
Hecatommithi de J. B. Giraldi Cinthio, mis en frantjois par G. 
Chappuys. (J. Les comedies de 1'amour : Introduction ; La sau- 
vage apprivois^e ; Tout est bien qui finit bien ; Peines d'amour 



et J 
tra 
8 



t Juliette; Notes; Appendice: Troisieme histoire tragique ex- 
aite de Bandello et mise en langue franchise par P. Boisteau. 
. Les amis: Introduction; Les deux gentilsnommes de Ve- 
rone; Le marchand de Ve'nise; Comme il vous plaira; Notes; 
Appcndice : Recit de Felismenc, cxtrait tic la Diane de Mmitr- 
niavor, traduit par N. Colin; Les aventures de Gianctto, nou- 
velle extraite du Pecoronj de ser Giovanni Fiorentino; Rosa- 



linde, nouvelle de Thomas Lodge. 9. La famille: Introduction; 
Coriolan; Le roi Lear; Notes; Appendice: Extrait de la Chro- 
nique bretonne de Geoffrey de Mon mouth ; Extrait du Roman 
deBrut; Extrait de I'Arcadie de Sir P. Sydney. 10. La soci- 
^t: Introduction; Mesure pour mesure; Timon d'Athenes; 
Jules C^sar; Notes; Appendice: Extrait des Hecatommithi. 
11-13. La patrie. H. Introduction; Richard II ; Henry iv, 
partie i, 2; Notes; Appendice: Extrait de la Chronique de 
Froissart. 12. Introduction; Henry v; Henry vi, partie i; 
Notes ; Appendice : Extrait des Chroniques de Monstrelet. 13. 
Introduction; Henry vi, partie 2,3; Henry vm; Notes ; Ap- 
pendice : Extrait des M^moires dc Cavendish sur la vie de 
Thomas Wolsey. 14. Les farces : Introduction ; Les joyeuses 
Spouses de Windsor; La com^die des erreurs; Le soir des rois 
ou ce que vous voudrez ; Notes; Appendice: Extrait des Nou- 
velles du purgatoire de Tarleton; Extrait des ceuvres italiennes 
du Bandet. 15. Introduction; Sonnets; V^nus et Adonis; Le 
viol de Lucrece; Les plaintes d'une amoureuse; Le pelerin 
passionn^ ; Le ph^nix et la colombe ; Notes ; Appendice : 
Testament. 16-18. Les apocryphes. 16. Introduction; Titus 
Andronicus ; Une trage'die dans 1'Yorkshire ; Les deux nobles 
parents; Notes; Appendice: Le conte du chevalier, extrait des 
Qontes de CantorWry de Chaucer. 17. Introduction; Pericles; 
Edouard in ; Arden de Feversham ; Notes ; Appendice : Cent 
dix-huitieme histoire tragique de Belleforest; Relation de 
1'assassinat de Maitre Arden de Feversham, par Holinshecl. 18. 
Introduction; Locrine; La vie et la mort de Thomas lord 
Cromwell ; Le prodigue de Londres ; La nuritaine ou la veuve 
tic Watling Street; Notes; Appendice: Extrait des Joyeuses 
fredaines de George Peele. 

The translation is in prose. The Prospectus, Observations, 
and Avertissement in vol. i of 0.4052.2 are the same with the 
exception of a line omitted in the latter. Vol. 16-18 are wanting 
to 0.4052.2, and vol. 1-5, 7 of 4599.11 are of the second edition. 

791. CEuvres completes de Shakspeare. Traduc- 
tion de M. Guizot. Nouvelle edition, entierement 
revue, avec une e'tude sur Shakspeare, des notices 
sur chaque piece et des notes. Paris : Didier et ce. 
1860-62. 8 v. 8 G.4052.1 ; 2594.4 

Contents. \. Avertissement; Etude sur Shakspeare; Ham- 
let; La tempete; Coriolan. 2. Jules Cesar; Antoine et Cleopa- 
tre ; Macbeth ; Les meprises ; Beaucoup de bruit pour rien. 3. 
Timon d'Athenes; Le jour des rois; Les deux gentilshommes 
deVerone; Romdo et Juliette; Le songe d'une nuitd'ete; Tout 
est bien qui finit bien. 4. Mesure pour mesure; Othello; 
Comme il vous plaira; Le conte d'hiver; Troilus etCressida. 5. 
Le roi Lear ; Cymbeline ; La m^chante femme mise J> la raison ; 
Peines d'amour perdues; Pdriclfes. 6. Le marchand de Venise; 
Les joyeuses bourgeoises de Windsor; Le roi Jean; Richard n; 
Henri iv, partie i. 7. Henri iv, partie a ; Henri v; Henri vi, 
partie i, 2, 3. 8. Richard III ; Henri vm; Titus Andronicus; 
Venus et Adonis ; La mort de Lucrece ; La plainte d'une amante ; 
Le pelerin amoureux ; Sonnets. 

The Sonnets, of which there was a selection only in the edi- 
tion of 1821, are given in full in this. The notices to the plays 
are in some cases rewritten and shortened. 

792. Fran9ois Victor Hugo tradu&eur. CEuvres 
completes de W. Shakespeare. Deuxieme Edition. 
Tome 1-5, 7. Paris : Pagnerre. 1865-68. 6 v. 
8 4595.11 

The contents are the same as in the first edition (No. 790). 

793. CEuvres completes de Shakespeare traduites 
par Emile Monte*gut. Nouvelle edition tres-riche- 
ment illustree. Paris: /,. Hackette et cie. 1866- 
70. 3 v. L. 8 G.4051.2 

Contents. 1. La tempete; Les deux gentilshommes de V^- 
rone; La comedie des meprises; Le songe d'une nuit d'ete; Le 
marchand de Venise; Beaucoup de bruit pour rien; Mesure 
pour mesure; La megere domptee; Peines d'amour perdues; 
Comme il vous plaira; Tout est bien qui finit bien; Le conte 
d'hiver; La nuit des rois; Les joyeuses commeres de Windsor. 
2. Le roi Jean; Richard II ; Henri iv, partie i, 2; Henri v; 
Henry vi, partie I, 2, 3; Richard III ; Henry vnr. 3. Troilus 
et Cressida; Timon d'Athenes; Coriolan; Jules CcSsar; Antoine 
et Cleopatre; Romeo et Juliette; Othello; Macbeth; Hamlet; 
Le roi Lear; Cymbeline; Pericles. 

The illustrations and general form of this edition, which was 
published in 50 numbers, are borrowed from the edition pub- 
lished in London in 1865-69 (No. 116). Titus Andronicus is 
omitted, as it is also in the English edition. The title-pages are 
wanting in this copy. 

794. CEuvres completes de Shakspeare. Traduc- 
tion nouvelle par Benjamin Laroche. Edition illus- 
tree de gravures sur bois, grave'es par Deghouy sur 
des dessins originaux de Fe"lix Barrias. Tome pre- 
mier. Port's: I.ibrairic dc I'Ec/io dc la Sorbotinc. 
[1875.] Portrait, the Chandos. 4 G.140.1 

Contents. \. Romio et Juliette; Hamlet; Conte d'hiver; Le 



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TRANSLATIONS 



French 



marchand de Venise; Beaucoup de bruit pour rien ; Les m6- 
prises; Peines d'amour perdues ; CymbeUine; La tempete; Les 
deux gentilshommes de Verone; Les joyeuses commeres de 
Windsor; La douzieme nuit; Mesure pour rnesure; Othello; 
Tout est bien qui rinit bien ; La mechanic mise a la raison ; Mac- 
beth ; Troile et Cressida. 

This appears to be a reprint of the third edition, published in 
1856. The translation, which is in prose, first appeared in 1844. 

Selections. 

795. Le theatre anglois [traduit par Pierre An- 

toine de La Place]. Londres, 1746-49. 8 v. Por- 

trait, the Chandos. 12 G.3964.3 

Contents. 1. Preface ; Discours sur le theatre anglois ; Vie 

de Shakespeare; Othello ou le More de Venise: Henry VI, 

partie 3. 2. La vie et la niort de Richard in ; Hamlet ; Macbeth. 

' 



Preface; Cymbeline; Jules-Ce'sar; Antoine et Cleopatre; 
Analyses des pieces de Shakespeare. 4. Timon, ou le misan- 
thrope; Les femmes de bonne hunieur, ou les commeres de 



Windsor; La pucelle, par Fletcher; Analyses, ou sommaires 
des tragi-comedies, et comedies, de Shakespeare, non traduites. 

The contents of the remaining volumes, which contain trans- 
lations of plays by other authors, will be given in the Catalogue 
of the general collection of the Barton Library. The transla- 
tions are mostly in prose. There are abstracts only of many of 
the scenes in all the plays except Richard in, the whole of which 
is given. Timon is translated from Shadwell's alteration. This 
set belonged to David Garrick and contains his book-plate. 

796. Chefs-d'oeuvre de Shakspeare. Othello, 
Hamlet et Macbeth (la tradudlion francaise en re- 
gard), par MM. Nisard, Lebas et Fouinet, avec des 
imitations en vers francais, par MM. A. de Vigny, 
Emile Deschamps, L. Halevy, J. Lacroix, de Wailly, 
et Mme Louise Colet, et des notices critiques et 
historiques, par D. O'SuIlivan. fart's. J. B. Her- 
man ct cie. [1837?] (4), 655, (i) pp. 8 G.4053.2 

Contents. Othello, traduit par Philippe Lebas ; Hamlet, 
traduit par Ernest Fouinet ; Macbeth, traduit par Desire Nisard ; 
Imitations. 

The translations are in prose. 

797. Chefs-d'oeuvre de Shakespeare. Tradudlion 
en vers par Alcide Cayrou, avec une introduction de 
M. Mezieres. Ouvrage orne d'un portrait de Shake- 
speare grave" a 1'eau-forte par Rajon. Paris : E. 
Plan et cie. 1876. 2 v. 8 G.143.3 

Contents. \. Macbeth; Hamlet. 2. Othello; Romeo et Ju- 
liette. 

798. Paul Meurice. Theatre (etudes et copies). 
Hamlet, Falstaff, Paroles d'apres Shakespeare. Pa- 
ris : Pagnerre. 1864. (4), 277, (i) pp. 18 

G.4065.9 

Contents. Hamlet, en collaboration avec Alexandre Dumas. 
Theatre historique 15 ddcembre 1847; Falstaff' (tire' de Henri iv), 
en collaboration avec Auguste Vacquerie. Theatre de POde'on, 
2 oi5tobre, 1842; Paroles (tir de Tout est bien qui finit bien), en 
collaboration avec Auguste Vacquerie. Theatre de 1'Odeon, 
fevrier 1843. 

All's -well that ends -well. 

799. Paul Meurice Auguste Vacquerie (traduc- 
tions). Paroles, come"die tiree de Shakspeare [re- 
presentee pour la premiere fois sur le Second 
Theatre-francais le 28 fevrier 1843]. Paris: Furne 
et cie. 1844. (4). 23 pp. 12 No. 3 in G.4056.7 

As you like it. 

800. Comme il vous plaira, come'die en trois 
adles et en prose tire"e de Shakspeare et arrangee 
par George Sand. Representee pour la premiere 
ibis a la Comedie-frangaise le 12 avril, 1856. Paris: 
Librairie nouvelle. 1856. 104 pp. 12 G.4066.10 

Comme il vous plaira, drame en trois a6les. The- 
atre-francais, 12 avril 1856. In Dudevant, A. L. 
A. D. Theatre complet. Paris, 1867. 18 

2707.89.4 
Coriolanus. 

Les auteurs anglais expliques d'apres une me"thode 
nouvelle par deux traduclions fran9aises, 1'une litte"- 
rale et juxtalineaire presentant le mot a mot francais 
en regard des mots anglais correspondants, 1'autre 
corredte et pre"cedee du texte anglais, avec des som- 



maires et des notes par une Societe* de professeurs 
et de savants. Shakspeare. Coriolan [explique 1 
litteralement, traduit en francais et annote" par C. 
Fleming]. Paris: L. Hachette et cie. 1850. (4), 
xv, 66 1 pp. 12 G.4066.11 

Hamlet. 

Hamlet, tragedie en cinq aclies, imite"e de 1'anglais, 
"representee pour la premiere fois en 1769. In Du- 
cis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1813. Plate. 8 2706.5,1 

"Je n'entends point 1'anglais et j'ai ose' faire paraitre Hamlet 
sur fa scene francaise. Tout le monde connait le merite duThe'- 
atre anglais de M. de La Place. C'est d'apres cet ouvrage pre 1 - 
cieux a la litterature que j'ai entrepris de rendre une des plus 
singulieres tragedies de Shakespeare." Avertissement. 

Hamlet. In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1818. 
Plate. 12 G.3576.4.1 

This copy of the works of Ducis contains the original draw- 
ings for the illustrations, by Gerard, Girodet, and Desenne, and 
the plates in three states. It was formerly in the library of the 
Duchesse de Berri. 

801. Hamlet tragedie en cinq a&es, imitee de 
1'anglais, par J. F. Ducis. Representee, pour la 
premiere fois, en 1769. Paris, A. Nepveii. 1826. 
88 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4065.5 

802. Hamlet: tragedie en 5 adles de W. Shake- 
speare, traduite en vers fran9ais par le chevalier de 
Chatelain. Londres : Rolandi. 1864. xvii, (2), 
142 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4053.3 

Hamlet prince de Danemark drame en vers, en 
cinq adles et huit parties par MM. Alexandre Du- 
mas et Paul Meurice. Represente pour la premiere 
fois, a Paris, sur le Theatre historique, le 15 decem- 
bre 1847 et repris au Theatre de la Gaite le 30 no- 
vembre 1867. In Theatre contemporain illustre. 
Paris, 1867. 4 No. 15 in 4671.2.1 

According to Lacroix in his " Histoire de 1'influence de 
Shakspeare," Dumas imitated the character of Hamlet in his 
" Lorenzino, drame en cinq aiftes," No. 6 in 0.3910.9; 2699.67.7. 

803. La tragique histoire d'Hamlet, prince de 
Danemark. Par William Shakespeare. Translated 
by the graduating class of Miss Putnam's school. 
Boston: 1870. 80 pp. 12 6597.14 

A second title-page reads as follows: "Histoire de Hamlet, 
prince de Danemark. Tragedie ecrite par William Shakespeare, 
et traduite par les eleves diplomees, de 1'externat de M'lle Put- 
nam. Boston : 1869-1870." 

Hamlet, [par Dumas] en societe" avec Paul Meu- 
rice. In Dumas, A. D. Theatre complet. Paris, 
1874. 1 8 2699.67.11 

804. Repertoire dramatique de M. Ern. Rossi. 
Hamlet, prince de Danemark. Tragedie en six 
adles et dix tableaux de William Shakspeare. Tra- 
dudtion italienne de C. Rusconi. Avec le francais 
en regard. Represente pour la premiere fois, a Pa- 
ris, sur le Theatre imperial italien, le 24 mai 1866. 
Paris: C. Levy. 1876. 48pp. L. 8 

No. i in G.140.3 

Julius Ctzsar. 

Jules Cesar, tragedie de Shakespeare. In Vol- 
taire, F. M. A. de. CEuvres completes. Paris, 1784. 
Illustrated. 8 G.3421.1.9 ; 4676,1.9 

Only the first two afts, and that part of the first scene of the 
third adt which represents the death of Caesar, are translated. 

Jules Cesar, tragedie en trois a<5les, de Shake- 
speare. In Voltaire, F. M. A. de. CEuvres. Pa- 
ris, 1831. Illustrated. 8 2685.18.7 

805. Le testament de Cesar. Drame en cinq 
acftes et en vers suivi d'un epilogue, par Jules La- 
croix. Represente pour la premiere fois a laCome- 
die francaise, le 10 novembre 1849. Paris: F. Didot 
freres. 1849- (4), 180 pp. L. 8 G.4014.29 

A part of the play is a translation of Shakespeare's "Julius 
Caesar." On the half title-page is written "A Monsieur Ma- 
thieu Delagard (?) 1'auteur Jules Lacroix." 



55 



French 



SHAKESPEARE 



806. Jules Ce"sar, tragddie de Shakspeare, tra- 
duite en vers francais par Auguste Barbier. Nou- 
velle Edition, revue et corrigee. Paris: E. Doitu. 
[i8<54.] 243, (i) pp. Portraits of Czesar and Bru- 
tus.' 12 G.4066.17 

Shakspeare. Jules Cesar. Nouvelle edition pu- 
bliee avec une notice, un argument analytique etdes 
notes en francais par C. Fleming. Paris: Hachette 
etcie. 1873. (4). J 74PP- Sm. 8 G.88.6 

English text with French notes. 

Collection des classiques anglais. Shakespeare. 
Julius Caesar. Nouvelle edition avec une notice sur 
la piece et des notes philologiques et litteVaires par 
M. Grouillard. Paris : C. Delagrave. 1875. J 54 
pp. 18 G.148.2 

English text with French notes. 

King John. 

Jean Sans-terre, ou la mort d'Arthur, tragedie en 
trois ac~tes, representee pour la premiere fois en 1791. 
In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1813. Illustrated. 
8 2706.5.2 

Jean Sans-terre. In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Pa- 
ris, 1818. Illustrated. 12 G.3576.4.3 

King Lear. 

Le roi Lear, tragedie en cinq acles, represented 
pour la premiere fois en 1783. In Ducis, J. F. 
CEuvres. Paris, 1813. Illustrated. 8 2706.5.1 

" Chacun peut voir aisement ce que j'ai tir de cet auteur cd- 
lebre" [M. Le TourneurJ, et ce qui est de nion invention dans 
cette tragddie." A-verltssement. 

Le roi Lear. In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 
1818. Illustrated. 12 G.3576.4.2 

Macbeth. 

Macbeth, tragedie en cinq a&es, remise au theatre 
le ler juin 1790. In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 
1813. Illustrated. 8 2706.5.2 

Imitated from the translation of Le Tourneur. 

807. Macbeth, tragedie en cinq adtes, par J. F. 
Ducis, nouvelle edition, conforme aux representa- 
tions donne"es en 1816, et augmented des variantes. 
Paris, A. Nepveu. 1816. 86 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4014.35 

Macbeth. In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1818. 
Illustrated. 12 G.3576.4.2 

808. Macbeth, tragedie lyrique en trois acles, 
[par Claude Joseph Roget de Lisle], representee 
pour la premiere fois sur le Theatre de 1'Academie 
royale de musique, le 29 juin 1827. Paris. J. N. 
Barba. 1827. vii, (i),44pp. 8 No. i in G.4014.35 

809. Macbeth : tragedie in 5 a<5les de W. Shake- 
speare, traduite en vers francais par le chevalier de 
Chatelain. Londres : W. Allen et cie. 1862. (2), 
xv, (i), 108 pp. 8 No. i in G.4053.3 

Macbeth (de Shakespeare), drame en cinq a<5les en 
vers. Par M. Emile Deschamps. Represente pour 
la premiere fois, a Paris, sur le Theatre national de 
1'Odeon, le 23 ocl:obre 1848. In Theatre contempo- 
rain illustre. Paris, 1867. 4 No. 29 in 4671.2.12 

810. Macbeth tragedie par Shakspeare. Tra- 
duc~tion francaise par Letourneur. [Precedee de la 
notice litte"raire de E. Sedley.] Revue et corrigee. 
Paris. J. Delalain et fils. [1875.] (4), xxiv, 108 
pp. 12 G.148.6 

The introduction is the same as in the English edition of 
Macbeth, by the same publisher. 

Macbeth tragedie par Shakspeare. Edition clas- 
sique precedee d'une notice litte"raire par E. Sedley. 
Paris. J. Delalain ctjils. [1875.] (4), xxiv, 103 
pp. 12 G.88.3 

English text with introduction and notes in French. 



Les auteurs anglais expliques d'apres une methode 
nouvelle par deux tradudtions fran9aises, 1'une litte- 
rale et juxtalineaire presentant le mot a mot fran- 
cais en regard des mots anglais correspondants, 
1'autre correcle et precedee du texte anglais, avec 
des sommaires et des notes par une Societe de pro- 
fesseurs et de savants. Shakespeare. Macbeth. 
Paris: Hachette et cie. 1876. (4), viii, 266 pp. 
16 G.148.11 

"Ce drame a ete explique par M. Angellier; la traduction 
fran^aise est celle de M. E. Montegut." 

811. Macbeth tragedia di Guglielmo Shak- 
speare, tradotta ed adattata per le scene italiane de 
Giulio Carcano. [Pr/5.] C. Levy. 1876. 39 pp. 
L. 8 G.140.2 

The French and Italian texts are in parallel columns. 

812. Shakespeare. Macbeth. Tradu<5lion fran- 
9aise par E. Montegut. Avec le texte anglais et 
des notes. Paris: Hachette et cie. 1876. (4), viii, 
142 pp. 16 G.148.12 

Printed from the same plates as the Macbeth in " Les auteurs 
anglais," the literal French translation with the English text in 
parallel columns being omitted. 

813. Les bons livres. Ducis. Macbeth, tragedie 
en cinq adies, Poesies de Ducis. Nouvelle edition, 
publiee, par Ad. Rion. Paris. [Imprimerie Vie- 
ville et Capiemont. 1877.] 6 3 PP- l6 G.148.7 

Appended are sixteen short poems by Ducis. " Bons livres, 
No. 95." 

Shakspeare. Macbeth. Texte anglais. Edition 
precedee d'une notice critique et historique, et ac- 
compagnee de notes par O'Sullivan. Paris: Ha- 
chette et cie. 1877. (4), xx, 106 pp. 18 G.88.9 

Merchant of Venice. 

Le marchand de Venise, comedie. In Vigny, A. 
V., comte de. Theatre complet. Nouvelle edition. 
Paris, 1848. 12 2068.4 

814. Magasin theatral. Pieces nouvelles jouees 
sur tous les theatres de Paris. Theatre de 1'Ambigu- 
Comique. Le juif de Venise, drame en 5 a&es et 7 
tableaux, par M. Ferdinand Dugue. Paris. Li- 
brairie theatrale. 1854. 27 pp. L. 8 

No. 5 in G.3910.9 

The part of Jessica is omitted, and Antonio is represented as 
the son of Shylock.- 

Le juif de Venise, drame parM. Ferdinand Dugue. 
~ '.ris, [185 
No. 7 in 

Othello. 

Othello, ou le More de Venise, tragedie en cinq 
actes, representee pour la premiere fois en 1792. In 
Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1813. Illustrated. 
8 2706.5.2 

Appended is a " Denouement heureux qu'on peut substituer 
au denouement funeste." 

815. Othello, ou le More de Venise, tragedie de 
J. F. Ducis ; representee, pour la premiere fois, a 
Paris, sur le Theatre de la rue de Richelieu, le lundi 
26 novembre 1792. Nouvelle edition, conforme a 
la representation. Paris, Barba. 1817. 80 pp. 
8 No. i in G.4014.52 

Othello. In Ducis, J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1818. 
Illustrated. 12 G.3576.4.3 

Otello ossia il Moro di Venezia, dramma per mu- 
sica in tre atti. Othello, ou le More de Venise, 
tragedie lyrique en trois adtes. Representee, pour 
la premiere fois, a Paris, sur le Theatre royal ital- 
ien, Salle de Louvois, le 31 mai 1821. Paris, an 
Theatre royal itaiien. 1821. 28 ff. 8 

No. 2 in G.4014.52 

The French and Italian texts are og opposite pages. 



In Magasin theatral illustre. Paris, [1854?] 4^ 

>.3910.14 



TRANSLATIONS 



French German 



816. Le More de Venise, Othello. Tragedie 
traduite de Shakspeare en vers francais, par le Cte 
Alfred de Vigny, et representee a la Comedie-fran- 
caise le 24 odtobre 1829. Paris. Levavasseur. 1830. 
(4), xxxvii, (2), 200 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4065.23 

Prefixed to the play is a " Lettre a Lord * * * Earl of * * * . 
Sur la soiree du 24 octobre 1829, et sur un systeme dramatique." 
" J'ai recompose et resserre ce denouement tout entier depuis la 
scene 3." Note. 

Le More de Venise. In Vigny, A. V., comtc de. 
CEuvres. Bruxelles, 1834. 12 2068.6 

Le More de Venise. In Vigny, A. V., comte de. 
Theatre complet. Paris, Charpentier, i842(?) 12 

G.4065.24 

This edition has an Avant-propos not in the others. 

Le More de Venise, Othello. In Vigny, A. V., 
comte de. Theatre complet. Nouvelle edition. 
Paris, 1848. 12 2068.4 

Othello, par Ducis. In Theatre contemporain 
illustre. Paris, i8s6(?) 4 No. 9 in 4671.2.8 

817. Othello : le Maure de Venise. Tragedie en 

5 adles de W. Shakespeare. Traduite en vers francais 
par le chevalier de Chatelain. Londres : T. H. 
Lacy. 1871. x, (2), 180 pp. 8 G.145.1 

Othello. Tragedie en cinq adles, de W. Shak- 
speare. Tradudlion italienne de Giulio Carcano. 
Representee, a Paris, sur le The"atre-italien, par la 
Compagnie dramatique italienne, sous la direction 
de M. E. Rossi le 29 mai 1866. Paris: C. Levy. 
1876. 62 pp. L. 8 No. 2 in G.140~3 

The French and Italian texts are in parallel columns. 
Richard III. 

818. Richard in et Jeanne Shore, drame histo- 
rique en cinq adtes et en vers, imite de Shakespeare 
et de Rovve ; par M. Nepomucene L. Lemercier. 
Bntxelles, J. B. Dupon. 1829. 84 pp. 16 

No. i in G.4065.30 

" Repertoire dramatique. Troisieme annee. No. 48." 

819. La tour de Londres, drame en trois adles et 
en sept tableaux, par A- de Roosmalen. Bruxelles, 
J. A. Lelong. 1840. 96 pp. 16 

No. 2 in G.4065.30 

" Repertoire de la scene francaise. 8me annee. No. 40." " Un 
emprunt fait au Richard III de Shakspeare. * Lacroix, Histoire 
de V influence de Shakspeare. 

Romeo and Juliet. 

820. Romeo et Juliette, tragedie, par M. Ducis. 
Representee, pour la premiere fois par les Come"- 
diens francois ordinaires du roi, le 27 juillet 1772. 
Paris, P. F. Guejper. 1772. vi, (2), 71 pp. 8 

G.4015.5 

" Je crois inutile de m'etendre ici sur les obligations que j'ai 

6 Sakespear \sic\ et au Dante." Avertissement. 

821. Romeo et Juliette, tragedie, en cinq adles et 
en vers. Par M. Ducis. Represented pour la pre- 
miere fois, par les Comediens francais ordinaires du 
roi, le 27 juillet 1772. Paris, P. F. Gueffier. 1774. 
55 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4065.28 

Romeo et Juliette, tragedie en cinq adles, repre- 
sentee pour la premiere fois en 1772. In Ducis, 
J. F. CEuvres. Paris, 1813. Illustrated. 8 

2706.5.1 

Romeo et Juliette. In Ducis, J. P. CEuvres. Pa- 
ris, 1818. Illustrated. 12 G.3576.4.1 

822. Etude sur Shakspere. Rome'o et Juliette, 
drame en cinq adles et en vers. Par Jacques Demo- 
geot. Paris: L. Hackette et cie. 18^2. (4), 117 
pp. 12 No. 2^in G.4065.29 

823. Romeo et Juliette. Tragedie en cinq adles 
de Shakspeare. Traduite en vers francais par M. 

8 21, 12, 78. 57 



Emile Deschamps. Edition pour le theatre. Paris : 
Amyot. 1863. 190 pp. 12 No. 3 in G.4065.27 

824. Romeo et Juliette, symphonic dramatiqve, 
avec chceurs, solos de chant et prologue en recitatif 
choral composee d'apres la tragedie de Shakespeare. 
Par Hedlor Berlioz. Op: 17. Paroles d'Emile De- 
schamps. Partition de piano et chant, transcrite 
par Th. Ritter. Paris, Brandus et cie. [1875.] 
(2), 118 pp. L. 8 No. i in G.72.2 

825. Romeo et Juliette, drame lyrique_ d'apres la 
tragedie de Shakespeare. Paroles de Emile De- 
schamps, musique de Hedlor Berlioz. Execute au 
concert du Chatelet le dimanche 28 novembre 1875. 
Brandus et cie. Paris. 16 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.72.2 

Timon of Athens. 

826. Timon d'Athenes en cinq adles en prose. 
Imitation de Shakespeare. Par L. S. Mercier. Pa- 
ris. T. Gerard. L'an $.eme de la Republique 
[1795]. (2), v, (i), 113 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4053.4 

Sonnets. 

827. Les sonnets de William Shakespeare tra- 
duits pour la premiere fois en entier par Francois 
Vidlor Hugo. Paris: M. Levy freres. 18^7. (4), 
263, (i) pp. 1 8 .4061. 20 

The translation is in prose, and the sonnets are arranged in a 
new order. 

Friesic. 

828. De keapman fen Venetien in Julius Cesar, 
twa toneelstikken, fen Willem Shakspeare : uut it 
Ingels foarfrieske trog R. Posthumus. Grinz, J. 
Oomkens. 1829. xxvii, (i), 238 pp. 8 G.4066.4 

At the end is a translation of a hymn " Tohaeke fen A. Pope." 

829. As jiemme it lije meie, in blijspul, uut it 
Ingels fen William Shakspeare forfryske in mei 
forkleerjende noten forsjoen troch R. Posthumus. 
Dockum, D. Meindersma, Wz., 1842. viii, (4), 162 
pp. Sm. 8 G.4066.8 

German. 

Colleffed -works. 

830. Shakespear theatralische Werke. Aus dem 
Englischen iibersetzt von Herrn Wieland. Zurich, 
Orell Gessner, und Comp. 1762-66. Sv in 4. Head 
pieces. 8 G.97.2 

Contents. \, Pope's Vorrede; Ein St. Johannis Nachts- 
Traum ; Das Leben und der Tod des Konigs Lear. 2. Wie es 
euch gefallt, oder, die Freundinnen; Maass fur Maass, oder, 
wie einer misst, so wird jhm wieder gemessen; Der Sturm, 
oder, die bezauberte Insel. 3, D er Kauffmann von Venedig; 
Timon von Athen; Leben und Tod des Konigs Johann. 4. Ju- 
lius Casar; Antonius und Cleopatra; Die Irrungen, oder die 
doppelten Zwillinge. 5, Leben und Tod Konigs Richard II ; 
Konig Heinrich IV, Theil 1,2. 6. Viel Lermens urn Nichts; 
Macbeth ; Die zween edle Veroneser. 7. Romeo und Juliette ; 
Othello, der Mohr von Venedig; Was ihr wollt. 8. Hamlet; 
Das Winter-Mahrchen ; Einige Nachrichten von den Lebens- 
Umstanden des Shakespear. 

The first German translation, consisting of twenty-two plays, 
of which Midsummer.night's dream alone is in verse. Ab- 
stracts, only, of scenes in some of the plays are given. Wieland 
himself was dissatisfied with his work, and the preparation of 
the next edition was entrusted by the same publishers to Eschen- 
burgh, at his suggestion. There are neither introductions nor 
notes. 

831. Shakspeare's dramatische Werke, iibersetzt 
von August Wilhelm Schlegel. Berlin, J. F. Un- 
ger. 1797-1830. 9 v. Sm. 8 G.96.2 

Contents. \. Vorerinnerung ; Romeo und Julia; Ein Soni- 
mernachtstraum. 2. Julius Casar; Was ihr wollt. 3. Der 
Sturm ; Hamlet. 4. Der Kaufmann von Venedig ; Wie es euch 
gefallt. 5. Konig Johann ; Richard II. 6. Heinrich iv, Theil 
i, 2. 7. Heinrich v; Heinrich vi, Theil I. 8. Heinrich vi, 
Theil 2, '3. 9. Richard ill ; Heinrich viii. 

The first edition, of which the first eight volumes were pub- 
lished in 1797-1801. The first part of vol. 9 appeared in 1810, the 
second, containing Henry viii by Graf von Baudissin, was pub- 



German 



SHAKESPEARE 



lished in 1830 by G. Reimer. It is paged continuously with the 
first part, but has an independent title-page, reading " Fortset- 
zung der Verdeutschung von A. W. von Schlegel." There are 
neither introductions nor notes. The interlude of Pyramus and 
Thishe is taken from Wieland's translation. 6559.3 is a separate 
copy of Hamlet. 

832. William Shakspeare's Schauspiele. Neue 
ganz umgearbeitete Ausgabe, von Johann Joachim 
Eschenburg. Zurich, Orell, Gessner, Fiissli and 
Co. 1798-1806. 12 v. Portrait, the Chandos. Vig- 
nettes. 8 G.4054.2 

Contents. 1. Vorberichte ; Der Sturm ; Zwei Veroneser ; 
Die lustigen Weiber zu Windsor. 2. Der heilige Dreikbnigs- 
Abend; Gleiches mit Gleichem; Viel Larmens um Nichts. 3. 
Ein Scmmernachtstraum; Der Liebe Muh ist umsonst; Der 
Kaufmann von Venedig. 4. Wie es euch gelallt; Ende gut, 
alles gut; Zahmung eines bbsen Weibes. 5. Das Wintermahr- 
chen; Die Kombdie der Irrungen; Macbeth. 6. Kbnigjohann; 
Richard 11; Heinrich iv, Theil I. 7. Heinrich iv, Theil 2; 
Heinrich v; Heinrich vi, Theil i. 8. Heinrich vi, Theil 2, 3; 
Richard in. 9. Heinrich vni ; Troilus und Kressida; Timon 
von Athen. 10. Koriolanus; Julius Casar; Antonius und Kle- 
opatra. 11. Cvmbelin; Titus Andronikus; Konig Lear. 12. 
Romeo und Julie; Hamlet; Othello. 

The third edition of Wieland's translation. The second, 
edited by Eschenburg, was published in Zurich 1775-82, and 
contains the remaining plays together with the spurious ones. 
These latter, with Pericles," have been omitted in this edition. 
The translations are all in prose, with the exception of Mid- 
summer-night's dream, by Wieland, and Richard in, by Eschen- 
burg. Many of the notes are taken from the variorum editions 
of Johnson and Steevens. Inserted in vol. I is an autograph 
letter of Eschenburg dated May 9, 1806. 

833. Shakspeare's Schauspiele von Johann Hein- 
rich Voss und dessen Sdhnen Heinrich Voss und 
Abraham Voss. Mit Erlauterungen. Leipzig: F. 
A. Brockhaus. 1818-29. 9 v. 8 G.4054.1 

Contents. \. Vorrede von H. Voss; Der Sturm; Sommer- 
nachts-Traum ; Romeo und Julia; Viel Larmens um Nichts. 
2. Der Kaufmann von Venedig; Mass fur Mass; Was ihrwollt; 
Der Liebe Muh umsonst. 3. Wie es euch gelallt; Konig Lear; 
Die gezahmte Keiferin ; Timon von Athen. 4. Konig Johann ; 
Richard II ; Heinrich iv, Theil 1,2. 5. Heinrich v; lleinrich 
vi, Theil 1,2,3. 6. Richard in; Heinrich vni ; Troilus und 
Kressida; Koriolan. 7. Othello; Julius Casar; Antonius und 
Kleopatra; Die Irrungen. 8. Hamlet; Die lustigen Weiber zu 
Windsor; Cymbelin ; Ende gut alles gut. 9. Wintermahrchen ; 
Die beiden Veroneser; Macbeth; Titus Andronikus. 

J. H. Voss translated The tempest, Midsummer-night's dream, 
Romeo and Juliet, Merchant of Venice, Twelfth night, As you 
like it, King John, Richard II, Henry v, Troilus and Cressida, 
Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, and Hamlet. H. Voss 
translated Much ado about nothing, Love's labor's lost, King 
Lear, Henry iv, part i, 2, Richard in, Othello, Comedy of er- 
rors, Merry wives of Windsor, All's well that ends well, Win- 
ter's tale, Two gentlemen of Verona, Macbeth, Titus Androni- 
eus. A. Voss translated Measure for measure, Taming of the 
shrew, Timon. of Athens, Henry vi, part 1,2,3, Henry vni, 
Coriolanus, and Cymbeline. Inserted in vol. i are autograph 
letters of the elder Voss, dated Nov. 6, :8o6, and of Heinrich 
dated Jan., 1821, and in vol 2 one of Abraham Voss, dated 
Dec. 19, 1813. Vols. 4-9 were published, each in two parts, at 
"Stuttgart, in der J. B. Metzlerschen Buchhandlung." 6597.3 is 
a separate copy of Hamlet. 

834. Shakspeare's dramatische Werke. Ueber- 
setzt von August Wilhelm von Schlegel, erganzt 
und erlautert von Ludwig Tieck. Berlin, G. Rei- 
mcr. 1825-33. 9 v. Sm. 8 G.97.3 

Contents. 1. Vorrede von L. Tieck; Konig Johann; Rich- 
ard n ; Heinrich iv, Theil 1,2. 2. Heinrich v; Heinrich vi, 
Theil 1,2,3 8. Richard III ; Heinrich vni; Sommernachts- 
traum ; Viel Larmen um Nichts ; Anmerkungen zum ersten 
dritten Bande. 4. Heilige-drey-Kbnigs-Abend, oder Was ihr 
wollt; So wie es euch geiallt; Der Kaufmann von Venedig; 
Der Sturm ; Anmerkungen. fi. Coriolanus; Julius Casar; An- 
tonius und Cleopatra; Maass Hir Maass; Anmerkungen. 6. 
Titus Andronicus; Hamlet; Der Widerspenstigen Zanmung; 
Die Comodie der Irrungen. 7. Ende gut alles gut ; Die beiden 
Veroneser; Timon von Athen ; Troilus und Cressida; Anmer- 
kungen zum sechsten, siebenten Bande. 8. Die lustigen Wei- 
ber von Windsor; Das Wintermahrchen; Othello; Konig Lear. 
9. Cymbeline; Liebcs Leid und Lust; Romeo und Julia; Mac- 
beth; Anmerkungen zum achten, neunten Bande; Nachwort; 
Druckfehler. 

The first edition, edited by Tieck, of Schlegel's translation. 
Tieck does not appear to have translated the whole of any of the 
plays, though portions, especially of Macbeth, are by him. He 
confined; himself to revising the'whole work, paving particular 
attention to the text, for which he tookMie first folio as a basis. 
He also' wrote the *iotes. *His corrections and alterations of 
Schlegel's translations were repudiated by the latter, and in sue- 



ceeding editions the original text and metres were restored, 
except in passages revised by Schlegel himself. Tieck's daugh- 
ter Dorothea translated, under his supervision, Coriolanus, Two 
gentlemen of Verona, Timon, Winter's tale, Cymbeline, and 
Macbeth, and also parts of Much ado about nothing and Tam- 
ing of the shrew. Henry vni, Much ado about nothing, Antony 
and Cleopatra, Measure for measure, Merry wives of Windsor, 
Othello, King Lear, Titus Andronicus, Taming of the shrew, 
Comedy of errors, All's well that ends well, Troilus and Cres- 
sida, and Love's labour's lost were translated by Graf Wolf von 
Baudissin. Pericles was not included in this edition. 

835. Shakespeare's Dramatische Werke, iiber- 
setzt und erlautert von Johann Wilhelm Otto Benda. 
Dreizehnter Band. Leipzig, G. J. Goschen, 1826. 
Incomplete. 16 6599.5 

Contents. 13. Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark. 

836. W. Shakspeare's sammtliche Werke in 
einem Bande. Im Verein mit Mehreren iibersetzt, 
und herausgegeben von Julius Kdrner. Mit 40 
Holzschnitten vermehrte Ausgabe. Leipzig, 
BaumgartncSs Buchhandlung. 1838. xii, 932 pp. 
Portrait, the Chandos. L. 8 G.4064.1 

The tempest, Two gentlemen of Verona, Merchant of Ven- 
ice, King John, Romeo and Juliet, Henry v, Richard III, 
Othello, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and Antony and Cleopatra 
were translated by J. Korner, who also wrote the Vorrede and 
Bruchstiicke aus Shakspeare's Leben. Twelfth night, Merry 
wives of Windsor, Measure for measure, As you like it, Tam- 
ing of the shrew, Richard II, Henry vi, part I, 2, 3, Coriolanus, 
and Cymbeline were translated by H. Dbring; King Lear and 
Comedy of errors by C. F. von Jariges under the pseudonym of 
Beauregard Pandin ; Timon of Athens by G. Regis; Midsum- 
mer-night's dream, Much ado about nothing, Love's labour's last f 
All's well that ends well, Winter's tale, Henry iv, part i, 2," 
Henry vni, Hamlet, Troilus and Cressida, Titus Andronicus, 
and Pericles, by G. N'. Barmann; the Poems, by Carl Richter. 
Inserted is an autograph letter of Korner's, dated July 16, 1819. 

837. Shakspeare's dramatische Werke ubersetzt 
von Aug. Wilh. v. Schlegel und Ludwig Tieck. 
Berlin, G. Reimer. 1839-41. 12 v. Sm. 8 

G.4055.1 

Contents. \. Konig Johann ; Richard II ; Heinrich iv, 
Theil i. 2. Heinrich iv, Theil 2; Heinrich v; Heinrich VI, 
Theil j. 3. Heinrich vi, Theil 2, 3; Richard III. 4. Heinrich 
VIII ; Rcmeo und Julia; Ein Sommernachtstraum. 5. Julius 
Casar; Was ihrwollt; Der Sturm. 6. Hamlet; Der Kautmann 
von Venedig; Wie es euch gefallt. 7. Der Widerspenstigen 
Zahmung; Viel Larmen um Nichts; Die Comodie der Irrun- 
gen. 8. Die beiden Veroneser; Coriolanus; Liebes Lcid und 
Lust. 9. Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor; Titus Androni- 
cus; Das Wintermahrchen. 10. Antonius und Cleopatra; 
Maass fur Maass; Timon von Athen. 11. Konig Lear; Troi-. 
lus und Cressida; Ende gut, Alles gut. 12. Othello; Cymbe- 
line; Macbeth. 

In vol. i, only, after the titles of the plays is "Uebersetzt 
und aufs neue durchgesehen von A. W. von Schlegel." The 
corrections and alterations of these plays made by Tieck in the 
edition of 1825-33 (No. 834) have been omitted in this, as well as 
Tieck's notes. In the succeeding volumes, however, the notes 
have been retained. Inserted in vol. i is an autograph letter of 
Schlegel, dated March 6, 1827, giving some account of his work 
upon Shakespeare and criticising Tieck. 

838. William Shakspeare's sammtliche drama- 
tische Werke. In neuen Uebersetzungen von A. 
Bottger, H. Doring, A. Fischer, L. Hilsenberg, W. 
Lampadius, Th. Miigge, Th. Oelckers. E. Ortlepp, 
L. Petz, K. Simrock, E. Susemihl, E. Thein. Aus- 
gabe in einem Bande. Leipzig, G. Wigand. 
[1842.] xvi, 896 pp. 8 G.4053.5 



The first edition was published in 1836, 37, in 37 volumes. 
hers, both with and without engravings, appeared in 1838, 40, 
, 58. Henry vi, part i, 2, 3, was translated by Bottger; lien- 



tig, and Midsummer-night's dream by 
Macbeth by Hilsenberg; Winter's tale and Antony and Cleopa- 
tra by Lam'padius; Tempest and Henry iv.part 1,2, by Miigge; 
Richard n, Titus Andronicus, Troilus and Cressida, and All's 
well that ends well by Oelckers; Othello, Romeo and Juliet, and 
Timon of Athens by Ortlepp; King Lear, Julius Causar, and 
Coriolanus by Petz ; Merry wives of W indsor, Cymbeline, Ham- 
let, Comedy of errors, and Taming of the shrew, by Simrock; 
King John, Henry vni, and Love's labour's lost, by Susemihl; 
Richard ill and As you like it, by Thein. The introduction con- 
sists of " Das Leben Shakspeare's von A. Chalmers." There 
are inserted autograph letters of Miigge, dated Oct. 21, 1831, 
and of Hilsenberg, dated Dec. 3, 1841. 



TRANSLATIONS 



German 



839. W. Shakspeare's dramatische Werke. Ue- 
bersetzt von Ernst Ortlepp. Neue, durchaus verbes- 
serte Auflage in sechzehn Theilen mit sechzehn 
Stahlstichen. Stuttgart: Sckeible, Rieger und Sat- 
tler. 1842. Portrait. 16 G.4056.3 

Contents. \. Antonius und Cleopatra ; Maas fiir Maas ; Ti- 
mon von Athen. 2. Der Kaufmann von Venedig ; Die Komodie 
der Irrungen; Der Sturm. 3. Titus Andronicus; Romeo und 
Julia. 4. Othello; Verlorne Liebesmiih. 5. Macbeth; Julius 
Casar; Der heilige Dreikonigsabend. 6. Hamlet; Ein Som- 
mernachtstraum. 7. Konig Lear; Viel Larmen urn Nichts. 

8. Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor; Das Wintermahrchen. 

9. Konigjohann; Richard n. 10. Heinrich iv, Theil i, 2. 11. 
Heinrich v; Heinrich vi, Theil i. 12. Heinrich VI, Theil 2, 3; 
Richard in. 13. Heinrich ym ; Troilus und Cressida. 14. 
Cyrnbeline; Die bezahmte Keiferin. 15. Coriolan; Die beidea 
E'delleute von Verona. 16. Wie es euch gefallt; Ende gut, 
Alles gut. 

The translations are in verse. There are neither introduc- 
tions nor notes. Inserted in vol. i is an autograph letter of the 
translator, dated July 28, 1835. 65993.25 is another copy of 
vol. 6. 

840. William Shaksperes Schauspiele ubersetzt 
und erlautert von Adalbert Keller und Moriz Rapp. 
Stuttgart. Verlag der J. B. Metzler" schen Buch- 
handlung. 1843-46. 8 v. 16 G.4055.6 

Contents. \. Vorwort; Einleitung, von M. Rapp; Othello; 
Timon von Athen; Cymbelin ; Titus Andronicus. 2. Konig 
Lear; Pericles; Verwechslungstiick ; Troilus und Cressida; 
Viel Lermen um Nichts. 3. Coriolan; Vergeltungsrecht; 
Julius Casar; Verlorne Liebesleiden ; Antonius und Cleopatra. 

4. Mac Beth; Gebrochner Trutzkopf; Der versoffene Kes 
selfiicker] Ende gut alles gut; Ein Mahrchen bei'm Camin. 

5. Die Freunde von Oporto; Die boshaften Windsorerinnen; 
Dreikonigsabend ; Seesturm ; Ein Traum der Johannisnacht. 

6. Romeo und Giuletta; Venediger Handelschaft; Nach Belie- 
ben; Amleth der Dane. 7. Konigjohann; Richard n; Heinrich 
IV, Theil i, 2; Heinrich v. 8. Heinrich vi, Theil i, 2, 3; Rich- 
ard in ; Heinrich vin. 

Keller translated Timon, Titus Andronicus, Pericles, Troilus 
and Cressida, Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, 
King John, Richard n, Henry iv, Henry v, Henry vi, Richard 
in, Henry vin. Rapp translated Othello, Cymbeline, King 
Lear, Comedy of errors, Much ado about nothing, Measure for 
measure, Love's labour's lost, Macbeth, Taming of the shrew, 
All's well that ends well, Winter's tale, Two gentlemen of Ve- 
rona, Merry wives of Windsor, Twelfth night, Tempest, Mid- 
summer-night's dream, Romeo and Juliet, Merchant of Venice, 
As you like it, Hamlet. Rapp has taken great liberties with 
several of the plays, in some cases changing the scene, and 
altering the names of the dramatis person*, at the same time 
keeping strictly to the text of the original. A second edition 
appeared in 1854. Inserted in vol. i is an autograph letter from 
Keller to Prof. O. L. B. Wolff dated June 17, 1837. The trans- 
lation is in verse, and there are introductions and a few notes. 
Each play was published independently. 

Shakspere's Werke. Herausgegeben und erklart 
von Nicolaus Delius. Elberfeld, 1854-65. R. L. 
Friderichs. 8 v. Portrait, the Chandos. 8 

G.4042.1 

Contents. \. Hamlet; Othello; King Lear; Macbeth; Ti- 
mon of Athens; Titus Andronicus. 2. Romeo and Juliet; 
Cymbeline; Troilus and Cressida; Coriolanus; Julius Cajsar; 
Antony and Cleopatra. 3. King John ; Richard n ; Henry iv, 
part i, 2; Henry v. 4. Henry vi, part i; Part 2 : Einleitung, 
including " The first part of the contention of Yorke and Lan- 
caster;" Part 3 : Einleitung, including "The true tragedie of 
Richard duke of Yorke;" Richard in; Henry vin. 5. Two 
gentlemen of Verona ; Comedy of errors ; Love's labour's lost ; 
All's well that ends well; Midsummer-night's dream ; Taming 
of the shrew; Merchant of Venice. 6. Much ado about noth- 
ing; Merry wives of Windsor; Twelfth night; As you like it; 
Measure for measure; Winter's tale; Tempest. 7. Pericles; 
Poems; Biographische Nachrichten ; Index. [8.] Nachtrage 
und Berichtigungen. Mit dem Portrait Shakspere's. 

The text is in English, the introductions and notes in Ger- 
man. The plays were all published separately and have inde- 
pendent title-pages. Vol. 7 is dated 1861 ; the supplemental 
volume 1865 and contains the Chandos portrait. 6.4012.23 is a 
copy of Hamlet. 

841. Shakspere's dramatische Werke ubersetzt 
von August Wilhelm von Schlegel und Ludwig 
Tieck. Sechste Octav-Ausgabe. Berlin. G. Rei- 
mer. 1863-65. 12 v. Portrait, the Droeshout. 
Sm. 8 6595.14 

The contents are the same as in the edition of 1839-41 (No. 
837), with the exception that Tieck's notes to all the plays are 
given. At the end is a Nachwort by the editor, Tycho Momm- 



sen, who has given a nearly new translation of Macbeth, in 
which are included the fragments found in Schlegel's "Nach- 
lass." 

812. William Shakespeare's sammtliche Werke. 
(Dramen und Gedichte.) Deutsche Volksausgabe. 
Neu durchgesehen und mit einer Biographie, Ein- 
leitungen zu sammtlichen Stiicken und einem 
Spruchregister herausgegeben von Max Moltke. 
In einem Bande. Mit Shakespeare's Bildniss und 
gegen dreihunder.t eingedruckten Holzschnitten. 
Leipzig, Shakespeare- Verlag. [1865, 66.1 Sm. 8 

G.4054.3 

The translation is that known as Joseph Meyer's, first pub- 
lished in 1826-34. He translated, however, only Macbeth, 
Othello, Tempest, Comedy of errors, Julius Caesar, Timon of 
Athens, Titus Andronicus, King John, Pericles, Two gentlemen 
of Verona, and King Lear. The other plays were translated 
"unter Aufsicht von H. Doring." The poems were translated 
by R. S. Schneider. The vignettes are the same as those in 
Wheeler's edition, London, 1832 (No. 66). The plays were 
issued separately and are independently paged. No. 9 in 
6.3910.15 is another copy of" Der Kaufmann von Venedig." 

843. Shakespeare's dramatische Werke nach der 
Uebersetzung von August Wilhelm Schlegel und 
Ludwig Tieck sorgfaltig revidirt und theilvveise neu 
bearbeitet, mit Einleitungen und Noten versehen, 
unter Redaction von H. Ulrici herausgegeben durch 
die Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschat't. Berlin, G. 
Reimer. 1867, 71. 12 v. 8 G.94.1 

Contents. 1. Vorwort; Geschichte Shakespeare's und seiner 
Dichtung von H. Ulrici; Konigjohann; Richard n ; Heinrich 
iv, Theil i. 2. Heinrich iv, Theil 2; Heinrich v; Heinrich vi, 
Theil i. 3. Heinrich vi, Theil 2, 3; Richard in. 4. Heinrich 
VIII ; Romeo und Julia; Ein Sommernachtstraum. 5. T u 'i us 
Casar; Was ihr wollt; Der Sturm. 6. Hamlet; Der Kaufmann 
von Venedig; Wie es euch gefallt. 7. Der Widerspenstigen 
Zahmung; Viel Larmen um Nichts; Liebes Leid und Lust. 
8. Coriolanus; Die Comodie der Irrungen; Die beiden Vero- 
neser. 9. Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor; Das Winter- 
mahrchen; Titus Andronicus. 10. Antonius und Cleopatra; 
Mass fiir Mass; Timon von Athen. H. Konig Lear; Troilus 
und Cressida ; Ende gut, Alles gut. 12. Othello ; Macbeth ; 
Cymbelin. 

All the plays in the first six volumes except three were edited 
by A. Schmidt, together with Much ado about nothing, Merry 
wives of Windsor, Winter's tale, Antony and Cleopatra, Meas- 
ure for measure, King Lear and Othello. W. A. B. Hcrtzberg 
translated and edited King Henry vin, Love's labour's lost, 
Comedy of errors, Two gentlemen of Verona, Titus Andronicus, 
Troilus and Cressida, All's well that ends well, and Cymbeline. 
Coriolanus was translated by G. Herwegh and edited by Ulrici, 
and Macbeth was translated by F. A. Leo. King John, Hamlet, 
Taming of the shrew, and Timon of Athens were edited by K. 
Elze. 

844. William Shakespeare's dramatische Werke. 
Uebcrsetzt von Friedrich Bodenstedt, Ferdinand 
Freiligrath, Otto Gildemeister, Paul Heyse, Her- 
mann Kurz, Adolf Wilbrandt u. a. Nach der Text- 
revision und unter Mitwirkung von Nicolaus Delius. 
Mit Einleitungen und Anmerkungen. Herausgege- 
ben von Friedrich Bodenstedt. Leipzig: F. A. 
Brockhaus. 1867,71. 38 v. Sm. 8 6598.38 

Contents. 1. Othello, von F. Bodenstedt. 2. Konig Johann, 
von O. Gildemeister. 3. Antonius und Kleopatra, von P. 
Hevse. 4. Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor, von H. Kurz. 
5. Viel Larmen uin Nichts, von A. Wilbrandt. 6. Richard II, 
von O. Gildemeister. 7. Macbeth, von F. Bodenstedt. 8, 9. 
Heinrich iv, Theil i, 2, von O. Gildemeister. 10. Romeo und 
Julia, von F. Bodenstedt. H. Coriolanus, von A. Wilbrandt. 
12. Timon von Athen, von P. Heyse. 13. Heinrich v, von O. 
Gildemeister. 14. Der Kaufmann von Venedig, von F. Boden- 
stedt. 15-17. Heinrich vi, Theil I, 2, 3, von 'O. Gildemeister. 
18. Ein Sommernachtstraumj von F. Bodenstedt. 19. Richard 
III, von O. Gildemeister. 20. Konig Lear, von G. Herwegh. 
21. Heinrich vin, von O. Gildemeister. 22. Titus Andronicus, 
von N. Delius. 23. Was ihr wollt oder Heiliger Dreikonigs- 
abend, von O. Gildemeister. 24. Die beiden Veroneser, von G. 
Herwegh. 25. Hamlet, von F. Bodenstedt. 26. Verlorene 
Liebesmiih, von O. Gildemeister. 27. Zahmung einer Wider- 
spenstigen, von G. Herwegh. 28. Der Sturm, von F. Boden- 
stedt. 29. Die Komodie der Irrungen, von G. Herwegh. 30. 
Das Wintermarchen, von O. Gildemeister. 31. Perikles, von 
N. Delius. 32. Julius Casar, von O. Gildemeister. 33. Mass 
fiir Mass, von F. Bodenstedt. 34. Ende gut, alles gut, von G. 
Herwegh. 35. Cymbelin, von O. Gildemeister. 36. Troilus 
und Cressida, von G. Herwegh. 37. Wie es euch gefallt, von 
G. Herwegh. 38. William Shakespeare. Ein Ruckblick auf 
sein Leben und Schaffen, von F. Bodenstedt. 



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The plays were published separately with independent title- 
pages in addition to the general title-page. This latter was 
changed at volume 22 by the addition of the names of Delius and . 
Herwegh to the translators. In Brockhaus' catalogue of his 
publications, it is said that Freiligrath promised to assist in the 
translation but was prevented from so doing. His name is 
omitted from the title-pages on the covers of vols. 23, 32, 35-38. 

845. Shakespeare's dramatische Werke ubersetzt 
von August Wilhelm v. Schlegel und Ludwig Tieck. 
[Durchgesehen von Michael Bernays.] Berlin, G. 
Reimer. 1871-73. 12 v. Sm. 8 " G.98.6 

The contents arc the same as in the edition of 1839-41 (No. 
837), with the exception of a Vorwort and Nachwort by the ed- 
itor. In Macbeth, a5t i, scene i, 2, the fragment of Schlegel's 
translation has been introduced. 

846. Shakespeare's dramatische Werke ubersetzt 
von August Wilhelm von Schlegel und Ludwig 
Tieck. Herausgegeben von Richard Gosche und 
Benno Tschischwitz. Erste illustrirte Ausgabe. 
Berlin, G. Grote'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung. 1874. 
8 v. Portrait, the Chandos. Sm. 8 G.98.7 

Contents, \. Das Leben Shakespeare's, von B. Tschisch- 
witz; Konig Johann; Richard II ; Hemrich iv, Theil 1,2; Hein- 
rich v. 2. Heinrich vi, Theil 1,3, 3; Richard in. 3. Hcinrich 
vin ; Ein Sommernachtstraum ; Romeo und Julia; Julius Ca- 
sar: Was ihr wollt. 4. Der Sturm; Hamlet; Der Kaufmann 
vonVenedig; Wie es euch gefallt; Der Widerspenstigen Zah- 
mung. 5. Viel Larmen um Nichts ; Die Comodie der Irrungen ; 
Die beiden Veroneser; Coriolanus; Liebes Leid und Lust. 6. 
Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor; Titus Andronicus; Das 
Wintermarchen; Antonius und Cleopatra. 7. Mass tiir Mass; 
Timon von Athen ; Kbnig Lear ; Troilus und Cressida. 8. Ende 
gut, Alles gut; Othello; Cymbeline; Macbeth; Citaten-und Sen- 
tenzen Register, von Ernst Hermann ; Register zu den Anmer- 
kungen. 

Prefaces to the plays by the two editors are to be found at the 
beginning of each volume. Some of the fulhpage engravings 
are reduced from those in the Shakespeare-Gallene by Carl von 
Piloty and others. 

847. William Shakspere's sammtliche drama- 
tische Werke in drei Banden. Uebersetzt von Schle- 
gel, Benda und Voss. Leipzig. P. Reclam, jun. 
[1876.] Sm. 8 G.96.3 

Contents. 1> Einleitendes Vorwort von Max Moltke; Konig 
Jphann; Eduard in; Richard 11; Heinrich Iv, Theil j, 3; Hein- 
rich v; Heinrich vt, Theil 1,2,3; Richard in; Heinrich vtii; 
Macbeth. 2. Hamlet; Konig Lear; Cymbelin; Othello; Ro- 
meo und Julia; Coriolan; Julius Casar; Antonius und Cleopai- 
tra; Titus Andronicus; Troilus und Cressida; Timon von 
Athen ; Pericles. 3. Ein Sommernachtstraum ; Der Sturm ; 
Was ihr wollt; Wie es euch gefallt; Der Kaufmann von Vene- 
dig; Verlorne Liebes<-Miih ! ; Die beiden Edlen von Verona; 
Die Comodie der Irrungen; Der \Viderspehstigen Zahmung; 
Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor ; Das Wintermarchen ; Viel 
Larm um Nichts; Mass fur Mass; Ende gut, Alles gut. 



Merchant of Venice were translated by Schlegel; Henry vin, 
Cymbeline, Coriolanus, Troilus and Cressida, Timon of Athens, 
Pericles, Taming of the shrew, Merry wives of Windsor, Much 
ado about nothing, and Measure for measure, by J. W. O. Benda; 
Macbeth, King Lear, Othello, Titus Andronicus, Love's labour's 
lost, Two gentlemen of Verona, Comedy of errors, Winter's 
tale, and All's well that ends well, bv H. Voss ; Antony and 
Cleopatra by J. H. Voss, and Edward in by M. Moltke. 

848. Shakespeare's Werke. Fur Haus und 
Schule deutsch mit Einleitungen und Noten bear- 
beitet von Arthur Hager. Erster, zweiter Band. 
Freiburg im Breisgau. Herder. 1877. 12 G.95.4 

Contents. \. Romeo und Julia; Hamlet; Julius Casar. 2. 
Der Kaufman n von Venedig; Was ihr wollt; Der Sturm ; Ein 
Sommernachtstraum. 

The plays in vol. i are Schlegel's translation. 

Selections. 

849. Shakspeare's von Schlegel noch uniiber- 
setzte dramatische Werke, ubersetzt von mehreren 
Verfassern. Berlin, J. E. Hitzig. 1810. 3 v. 8 

G.4055.3 

Contents. \, Cymbeline, von G.W. Kessler; Ende gut, alles 
grit, von G. W. Kessler. 2. Viel Larmens um Nichts, von G. 
W. Kessler; Ein Wintermarchen, von L. Krause. 3. Die lusti- 
gen Weiber von Windsor, von H. K. Dippold. 
The first half only of part three was published. 



850. Shakspeare's dramatische Werke, ubersetzt 
von Philipp Kaufmann. Berlin, in der Nicola? schen 
Buchhandlung. 1830-36. 4v. Sm. 8 G.4056.1 

Contents. \. Konig Lear; Macbeth. 2. Othello; Cymbe- 
line. 3. Die beiden Veroneser; Die lustigen Weiber von Wind- 
sor; Viel Larmeii um Nichts. 4. Verlorne Liebesmiih; Ende 
gut, Alles gut, oder gewonnene Liebesmiih; Die Irrungen. 

The translations are in verse. Inserted in vol. 2 is an auto- 
graph letter of Kaufmann, dated Sept. 19, 1830. 

851. Schul-Ausgabe Shakspearescher Dramen. 
School-edition of Shakspeare's plays, arranged by 
J. Fcelsing. Berlin. Voss 1 library. 1840-512. 2 v. 
in i. 12 G.4012.2 

Contents. \. Julius Caesar; The tempest. 2. Richard n; 
Merchant of Venice. 

Vol. i is the second edition, and was published by T. C. F. 
Enslin in 1852. The text and notes are in English, the Vorrede 
is in German. 

852. Studien und Copien nach Shakspeare, von 
Franz Dingelstedt. Leipzig. C. A. Hartleben. 
1858. (4), 276 pp. Sm. 8 ' G.4056.5 

Contents. Einleitung; Macbeth, nach den Uebersetzungen 
Schiller's, Tieck's, Kaufmann's fur die deutsche Biihne einge- 
richtet; Der Sturm, nach Schlegel's Uebersetzung fur die 
deutsche Biihne eingerichtet. 

853. Shakspere'sche Dramen. Uebersetzt von 
C. Heinichen. Erstes viertes Heft. Bonn, A. 
Marcus. 1858, 59. 12 G.4055.5 

Contents. \. Cymbeline. 2. Coriolanus. 3. Wintermahr- 
chen. 4. Antonius und Cleopatra. 

Each plav was published independently and has a separate 
title-page. Macbeth was published in 1861. 

854. Deutscher Buhnen und Familien Shake- 
speare. Auswahl der bedeutendsten Dramen Wil- 
liam Shakespeares mit Benutzung der gangbarsten 
Uebersetzungen bearbeitet und herausgegeben von 
Eduard und Otto Devrient. Leipzig: j. J. IVeber. 
1873-76. 6 v. Sm. 8 G.98.5 




Antony and Cleopatra. 

855. Antonius und Kleopatra. Tragodie in 5 
Akten und einem Vorspiel von Shakespeare, fiir die 
Darstellung eingerichtet von Feodor Wehl. Liefe- 
rung 2 der " Repertoirstiicke der deutschen Biihne." 
Erfurt. F. Bartholomdus. [1877.] (2), 120 pp. 
8 No. 2 in 4874.13 

Coriolanus. 

856. RSmisches Theater der Englander und 
Franzosen, in freyen Bearbeitungen, nebst Ent- 
wickelung der Charaktere und Zuruckfuhrung der- 
selben zu ihren Quellen bey den Alten, besonders 
bey'm Plutarch, Livius, und Dionys von Halikar- 
nass. Herausgegeben von Johannes Falk. Erster 
Band, der den Coriolan von Shakespear enthalt. 
Amsterdam. 1811. Im Verlage des Kunst- und In- 
dustriecomptoirs. (2), xii, 341, (i) pp. Sm. 8 

G.4066.12 

There is a second title-page, "Coriolan, frey nach Shake- 
speare . . . 1812." No more of this series was published. 

Hamlet. 

857. Hamlet, Prinz von Dannemark. Ein Trau- 
erspiel in sechs Aufziigen. Zum Behuf des Ham- 
burgischen Theaters [von Friedrich Ludwig Schro- 
der], Hamburg, in der Heroldsclten Buchhand- 
lung. 1778. 128 pp. 16 G.4065.1 

Inserted is an autograph letter of Schroeder, dated Oft. 19, 
1775. Wieland's translation was the basis of this. 



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858. Hamlet, Prinz von Dannemark. Ein Trau- 
erspiel in sechs Aufziigen. Zum Behuf des Ham- 
burgischen Theaters. Nebst Brockmanns Bildniss, 
als Hamlet. Neue Auflage. Hamburg, in dcr He- 
roldschcn Buchhandlung. 1781. 135 pp. 16 

6599a.26 

The portrait is missing. 

859. Shakspeare's Hamlet, iibersetzt von August 
Wilhelm Schlegel. Berlin, bet J. F. Unger. 1800. 
viii, 7-238 pp. 16 6599.6 

860. Prinz Hamlet von Dannemark. Zweite 
verb. Auflage mit einem Kupfer. [Marionnetten- 
spiel von Johann Friedrich Schink.] Berlin, 1800. 
C. F. Himburg. (2), 206 pp. 16 G.4015.32 

A satire upon the Shakespearcmania then prevailing in Ger- 
many. 

861. Hamlet. Ein Trauerspiel in fiinf Aufzii- 
gen. Aus dem Englischen des Shakspeare von J. J. 
Eschenburg. Zurich, Orell, Ftissli und Comp. 
1805. 222pp. 8 659 r /.l 

862. Hamlet. Trauerspiel in sechs Aufziigen 
von William Shakespear. Nach Gothes Andeutun- 
gen im Wilhelm Meister and A. W. Schlegels tiber- 
setzung fiir die deutsche Buhne bearbeitet von Aug. 
Klingemann. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1815. 
xx, 196 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4014.12 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the translator, dated Dec. 18, 
1812. 

863. Shakspeare's Hamlet, in deutscher Ueber- 
tragung [von Ferdinand JenckenJ. (Aus London 
eingesandt.) Hamburg, Pcrthes und Besser. 1834. 
xxii, (2), 199, (i) pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4065.5 

864. Hamlet, von W. Shakspeare, iibersetzt von 
R. J. L. Samson von Himmelstiern. 1837. Vcrlag 
von C. A. Kluge in Dorpat. ix, (2), 276 pp. 12 

No. 3 in G.4014.12 ; 6599.7 

865. Shakspeare's Hamlet, iibersetzt von Aug. 
Wilh. v. Schlegel. Berlin, G Reimer. 1844. 168 
pp. 8 No. i in G.4065.6 

866. Die erste Ausgabe der Tragodie Hamlet, 
von William Shakespeare. London, gedruckt bei 
N. L. (Nicolaus Ling) und John Trundell. 1603. 
Uebersetzt von A. Ruhe. Inowraclaw, 1844. M. 
Lntte. 92, (i) pp 8 No. i in G.4065.5 

867. Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark. Drama von 
William Shakspeare, iibersetzt von W. Hagen. 
[Druck und Verlag von A. W. Hayn in Berlin. 
1847.] 49 C 1 ) PP- n. t. f>. 4 4592.3 

"No. 116 des Biihnen-Repertoirs des Auslandes, herausge- 

feben von Both (L. Schneider)." There are appended, Anmer- 
ungen and an Anhang relating to the costumes. 

Shakespeare's Hamlet. Herausgegeben von Karl 
Elze. Leipzig; G. Mayer. 1857. (6)> Ixiv, 272 
pp. 8 G.4012.24 

The text is in English. The "Einleitung" and "Coinmcn- 
tar" are in German. 

868. Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark. Tragodie 
des Shakspeare. Deutsch von Edmund Lobedanz. 
Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1857. xii, (4), 208 pp. 
16 6599a.28 

869. Shakspeare's Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark. 
Deutsch von Hermann von Plehwe. Hamburg, 
Boycs und Geisler. 1862. (6), 216, (i) pp. Sm. 8 

No. 2 in G.4065.6 ; 6599.4 

870. Shakespeare's Hamlet Deutsch von Lud- 
wig Seeger. Hildburghausen. Verlag des Biblio- 
graphischen Instittits. 186$. 200 pp. 8 

G.4065.10; G.4065.11 ; 6597.2 

" Bibliothek auslandischer Klassiker in deutscher Uebertra- 
gung. 3 Band." 



Tragcedia. Der bestrafte Brudermord oder : Prinz 
Hamlet aus Dannemark. In Cohn, A. Shakespeare 
in Germany. London, 1865. 4 

G.4071.22; G.4071.23; 4591.3 

The German text is taken from the "Olla Potrida," Berlin, 
1781, edited by H. A. O. Reichard, which was taken frcm "a 
late and modernised copy of a much older manuscript. . . . The 
piece approaches most nearly to that form of Shakespeare's 
Hamlet which we find in the Quarto of 1603." Cohn. This text 
and an English translation are printed in parallel columns. 

871. Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark. Von Wil- 
liam Shakespeare. In wort- und sinngetreuer Prosa- 
Uebersetzung von C. Hackh. Mit einleitenden kri- 
tischen Studien, der Amleth-Sage nach Saxo Gram- 
maticus, und einer kurzgefassten Zusammenstellung 
von Urtheilen iiber die Tragodie Hamlet, insbeson- 
dere iiber den so rathselhaften Charakter des Prin- 
zen Hamlet, von Johnson, Gothe, Herder, Borne, 
Gervinus, Kreyssig, Vischer und Anderen. Stutt- 
gart. K. Aue. 1872. (6), Ixxiii, 160 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.73.11.1 

King Lear. 

872. Konig Lear. Trauerspiel in funf Aufziigen 
von Shakspeare. Neu iibersetzt, und fiir die deutsche 
Biihne frei bearbeitet, von Johann Baptist von Zahl- 
has. Bremen. 1824. J. G. Heyse. (2), 125 pp. 
8 No. i in G.4065.12 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the translator, dated May 
12, 1823. 

873. Shakspeare's Konig Lear. Deutsch und mit 
einer Abhandlung iiber dieses Trauerspiel von Ernst 
Schick. Leipzig, C. Andrei. 1833. 206 pp. 8 

G.4065.13 

874. Konig Lear. Trauerspiel in fiinf Aufziigen, 
von Shakespeare. Fiir die Darstellung eingerichtet 
von C. A. West {pseud, of J. SchreivogelJ. Fiir 
das k. k. Hofburgtheater. Wien, 1841. J. B. Wal- 
lishausser. 139 pp. 8 G.4065.14 

875. Konig Lear von William Shakespeare. 
Deutsch von Friedrich Bodenstedt. Berlin, 1865. 
Verlag der Koniglichen Geheimen Ober-Hofbuch- 
druckerei. viii, 164 pp. 8 No 2 in G.405.12 

876. Konig Lear. Tragodie in 5 Aufziigen von 
William Shakspeare. Fiir die Darstellung bearbei- 
tet von Ernst Possart. Miinchcn. A. Ackermann. 
1875. ix, (i), 115 pp. Sm. 8 No. i in G.73.1I.3 

The translation adopted is Tieck's, revised by A. Schmidt. 

Love's labour's lost. 

Amor vincit omnia. Ein Stuck von Shakespearn. 
In Lenz, J. M. R. Anmerkungen ubers Theater. 
Leipzig, 1774 16 G.3915.6 

Macbeth. 

877. Macbeth ein Trauerspiel in fiinf Aufziigen 
nach Schakespear [sic']. 160 pp. Sin. 8 

No. i in G.4065.15 

A prose translation, with the exception of the witches' parts 
which are in verse, probably of the iSth century, of which the 
bibliographies make no mention. The title-page is missing. 

Macbeth, ein Trauerspiel in fiinf Aufziigen. In 
Stephanie or Stephan, G., editor and translator. 
Neue Schauspiele. Pressburg, 1773. 8 G.4014.33.5 

878. Macbeth ein Schauspiel in fiinf Aufzugen 
nach Shakespear. Seinem unvergesslichen Freunde 
Johann Erich Biester in Berlin gewidmet von G. A. 
Burger. Zweyte Auflage. Giittingen, J. C. Diete- 
rich. 1784 136 pp. 16 No. 3 in G.4065.30 

879. Macbeth ein Trauerspiel von Shakespear 
zur Vorstellung auf dem Hoftheater zu Weimar 
eingerichtet von Schiller. Dritte Auflage. Tubin- 
gen, J. G. Cotta. 1815. 126 pp. Sm. 8 

G.4065.16 



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880. Will. Shakespeare's Macbeth. Uebersetzt 
von S. H. Spiker. Berlin, Duncker und Humblot 
1826. x, (2), 134 pp. Sm. 8 G.4065.17 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the translator introducing 
the acftress Frl. Lucile Grahn, dated 1849. 

Macbeth. In Schiller, J. C. F. von. Sammtliche 
Werke. Stuttgart, 1827. 16 4249a.3.9 

881. Shakspeares Macbeth iibersetzt von Karl 
Lachmann. Berlin, 1829. G. Reimer. 126 pp. 
8 No. 3 in G.4065.15 

Macbeth. In Schiller, J. C. F. von. Sammtliche 
Werke. Stuttgart, 1835. 8 G.3464.2.6 

Shakspere's Macbeth, aus der Folioausgabe von 
1623 abgedruckt, mit den Varianten der Folioausga- 
ben von 1632, 1664 und 1687 und kritischen Anmer- 
kungen zum Text herausgegeben von N. Delius. 
Bremen: C. Sckilncmann. 1841. viii, 86, (i) pp. 
8 No. 5 in G.4065.15 

English text with German notes. 

Macbeth. In Schiller, J. C. F. von. Sammtliche 
Werke. Stuttgart, 1847. l6 1019.2.6; 2908.4.6 

882. Shakspere's Macbeth iibersetzt von August 
Jacob. Berlin. G. Reimer. 1848. 123 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4065.15 

Macbeth von William Shakspeare. Erklart von 
Ludwig Herrig. Berlin. T. C. F. Enslin. 1853. 
xxxi, 91 pp. 8 No. i in G.4010.20 

" Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller. Erstes Bandchen." 
English text with German notes. 

883. Shakespeare's Macbeth. Deutsch von Wil- 
helm Jordan. Hildburghausen. Verlag des Biblio- 
graphischen Instituts. 1865. 122 pp. 8 

No. 4 in G.4065.15 

" Bibliothek auslandischer Klassiker in deutscher Uebertra- 
gung. i Band." 

884. Shakespeare's Macbeth iibersetzt und kri- 
tisch beleuchtet von Gg. Messmer. Munchen. Lite- 
rarisch-artistische Anstalt. 1875. 183 pp. Sm. 8 

G.95.3 

885. Macbeth, metrisch in's Deutsche iibersetzt 
(mit gegeniibergedrucktem Original) von G. Sol- 
ling. Wiesbaden. J. F. Bergmann. 1878. (9), 
159, (i) pp. 8 G 6595.6 

There is also a title-page in English. 

Merchant of Venice. 

886. Der Kaufmann von Venedig. Schauspiel 
in funf Aufzugen, von Shakespeare. Fur die Dar- 
stellung eingerichtet von C. A. West. Fur das k. k. 
Hofburgtheater. Wien, 1841. J. B. Wallishausser. 
104 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4056.6 

The translation is by Schlegel. 

Shakespeare's Kaufmann von Venedig. Englisch- 
deutsche Ausgabe mit 27 Scenen und Vignetten in 
feinstem Holzstich. Die deutsche Uebertragung 
von Alexander Fischer. Pforzheim. D. Finck und 
co. 1843. ( 2 )> 86 pp. 8 No. 7 in G.3910.9 

The English and German texts are in parallel columns. 

The merchant of Venice by William Shakspeare. 
Erklart von Ludwig Herrig. Berlin. T. C. F. 
Enslin. 1854. (3). i" PP- 8 No. 4 in G.4010.20 

" Sammlung englisher Schriftsteller. Fiinftes Bandchen." 
English text with German notes. 

Othello. 

837. Shakspear's Othello. Trauerspiel in funf 
Aclen. Aus dem Englischen von Ludewig Schu- 
bart. [Mit drei Compositionen von J. R. Zuin- 
steeg.] Leipzig, Breitkopf und Hartel. 1802. xii, 
(2), 156, (i) pp. 2 folded sheets of music. 12 

G.4065.20 



888. Shakspeare's Othello iibersezt von Johann 
Heinrich Voss. Mit drei Compositionen von Zel- 
ter. Jena : F. Frommann. 1806. xxi, 240, (3) pp. 
Folded sheet of music. 12 G.4065.21 ; 2598.26 

889. Othello. Trauerspiel in funf Aufzugen, von 
Shakespeare. Fur die Darstellung eingerichtet von 
C. A. West. Fur das k. k. Hofburgtheater. Wien, 
1841. J. B. Wallishausser. 132 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4065.23 

890. Othello ein biirgerliches Trauerspiel von 
William Shakspere iibersetzt von Moriz Rapp. 
Stuttgart. J. B. Metzler. 1843. 184, d)pp. 
Sm. 8 G.4065.25 

Othello von William Shakspeare. Erklart von 
E. W. Sievers. Berlin. T. C. F. Enslin. 18^3. 
(4), 148 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4010.20 

" Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller. A r iertes Bandchen." 
English text with German notes. 

Romeo and Juliet. 

891. Romeo und Julie, ein biirgerliches Trauer- 
spiel in funf Aufzugen. Zweite Auflage. Leipzig, 
in der Dykischen Buchhandlung. 1769. 160 pp. 8 J 

No. i in G.4065.26 

This appears to be a translation with alterations by C. F. 
Weisse, afterwards published in his "Trauerspiele," Leipzig, 
1776-80. No mention is made of this edition in the bibliogra- 
phies. 

892. Romeo und Julie. Ein Trauerspiel in funf 
Aufzugen nach Shakespear frey furs deutsche Thea- 
ter bearbeitet. Leipzig, F. G. Jacobder, 1796. (4), 
134 pp. 8 No. i in G.4065.27 

Attributed to C. F. Bretzner. A leaf or more of the Vorbe- 
richt is missing. 

893. Romeo und Julie. Trauerspiel in funf Auf- 
zugen, von Shakespeare. Zur Darstellung einge- 
richtet von C. A. West. Fiir das k. k. Ilofburg- 
theater. Wien. J. B. Wallishausser. 1841. 84 
pp. 8 No. i in G.4065.28 

Romeo and Juliet von William Shakspeare. Er- 
klart von J. Heussi. Berlin. T. C. F. Enslin. 1853. 
(4), 127 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4010i20 

"Sammlung englischer Schriftsteller. Drittes Bandchen." 
English text with German notes. 

894. Shakespeare's Romeo und Julie. Deutsch 
von Wilhelm Jordan. Hildburghausen. Verlag 
des Bibliographischen Instittits. 1865. 131; pp. S u 

No. i in G.4065.29 

" Bibliothek auslandischer Klassiker in deutscher Uebertra- 
gung. 5 Band." 

Tragsedia von Romio und Julietta. In Cohn, A. 
Shakespeare in Germany. London, 18615. 4 

G.4071.22; G.4071.23; 4591.3 

"The German text is printed from the only known manu- 
script in the Imperial library at Vienna. The manuscript has 
no title-page and bears no date. . . . This text and an English 
translation are printed in parallel columns." " It is Shake- 
speare's play, almost scene for scene; many passages indeed 
are literal translations." Cohn. 

895. Romeo und Julie. Trauerspiel in 5 Akten 
von W. Shakspere. Uebersetzt von Ernst Ortlepp. 
Leipzig, P. Rcclamjtm. [1865.] 94 pp. 16 

No. i in G.4056.4 

On the cover is " Shakspere's Dramen. No. i." This edition 
appears to have been completed in 1877. 

Taming the shreiv. 

896. Die bezahmte Widerbellerinn oder Gasner 
der zweyte. Ein Lustspiel in vier Acten. Nach 
Shakespear frey bearbeitet von Schink. Aufge- 
fiihrt auf dem kurfiirstl. Hoftheater in Munchen. 
1783. 80 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4053.4 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the author, dated May 27, 
iSoi. 

897. Die Widerspanstige. Lustspiel in vier Auf- 
zugen von Shakspeare. Mit Beniitzung einiger 



62 



TRANSLATIONS 



German 



Theile der Ubersetzung des Grafen Baudissin von 
Deinhardstein. Wien. J. B. Walliskaitsser. 1839. 
(6), 112 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4066.9 

BBS. Kunst iiber alle Kiinste ein bos Weib gut zu 
machen. Eine deutsche Bearbeitung von Shake- 
speare's The taming of the shrew aus dem Jahr 1672. 
Neu herausgegeben mit Beifiigung des englischen 
Originals und Anmerkungen von Reinhold Kdhler. 
Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung. 1864. xliii, 
268 pp. 8 No. i in G.4066.9 

The English text is printed at the bottom of the page. 

899. Der widerspenstigen Zahmung. Lustspiel 
in 5 Aufziigen von Shakespeare, mit Zugrundele- 
gung von Schlegel's Uebersetzung und Deinhard- 
stein's Einrichtung neu bearbeitet von Feodor Wehl. 
Lieferung i der " Repertoirstiicke der deutschen 
Biihne." Erfurt. F. Bartholomcius. [1877.] ix, 
104 pp. 8 No. i in 4874.13 

Tempest. 

900. Der Sturm. Ein Schauspiel von Shakspear, 
fur das Theater bearbeitet von Ludwig Tieck. Nebst 
einer Abhandlung iiber Shakspears Behandlung des 
Wunderbaren. Berlin, C. A. Nicolai. 1796. (4), 
44, 104 pp. Vignette. Sm. 8 G.4066.16 

Titus Andronicus. 

Eine sehr klagliche Tragoedia von Tito Andronico, 
vnd der hoffertigen Kayserin, darinnen denckwiir- 
dige actiones zu befinden. In Tieck, L., editor. 
Deutsches Theater Berlin, 1817. 8 2878.5.1 

The text is taken from the first volume of " Englische Come- 
dien und Tragedien," published in 1620, and afterwards in 1630. 
Tieck has followed this latter edition. " We have the play, in 
all probability, in a form copied from the first design [of Shake- 
speare's play}." Cohn. 

Tragsdia von Tito Andronico, und der hoffertigen 
Kayserin. In Cohn, A. Shakespeare in Germany. 
London, 1865 4 G.4071.22 ; G.4071.23 ; 4591.3 

The German text is taken from the first edition of " Englische 
Comedien und Tragedien." This text and an English transla- 
tion are printed in parallel columns. 

Troilus and Cressida. 

801. Will. Shakspeare's Troilus und Cressida; 
iibersetzt von Beauregard Pandin. Berlin, Duncker 
und Humblot. 1824. (2), 222, (i) pp. 12 

G.4066.15 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the translator, dated Wei- 
mar, July 21, 1806. 

Twelfth night. 

902. Viola. Lustspiel in fiinf Aufztigen. Nach 
Shakespeare's : Was Ihr wollt. Fur die Biihne bear- 
beitet von Deinhardstein. Wien. J. B. Wallishaus- 
ser. 1841. (4), 123 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.4053.4 

Inserted is an autograph letter of Deinhardstein, dated Aug. 
34, 1815. 

Poems. 

Venus und Adonis; Tarquin und Lukrezia. Zwei 
Gedichte von Shakespeare. Aus dem Englischen 
iibersezt [von H. C. Albrecht]. Mit beigedruktem 
Original. Halle, J. J. Gebauer, 1783. xviii, 305 
pp. 8 G.4061.21; G.4061.22 

903. William Shakspeare's sammtliche poetische 
Werke nebst dessen Leben. Neu iibersetzt. Wien, 
R. Sammer. 1839. 3 v - 16 G.4061.25 

Contents. 1. Venus und Adonis, von A. Schumacher; Tar- 
quin und Lucretia, von E. v. Bauernfeld. 2. Der leidenschaft- 
liche Pilger, von E. v. Bauernfeld ; Liebesklage, Sonnette, von 
A. Schumacher. 3. Shakspeare's Leben, aus dem Englischen 
des A. Skottowe : deutsch bearheitet von A. Wagner. 

904. Shakspeare-Almanach. Herausgegeben von 
Gottlob Regis. Berlin: Veit und Comp. 1836. (6), 
358, (4) PP- 8 C G.4061.24 

Contents. W. Shakspeare's sammtliche lyrische Gedichte : 



2fen zu den Sonnetten; Anmerkungen zum Verliebten Pilger; 
Nachtrag. 

905. William Shakspeare's sammtliche Gedichte. 
Im Versmasse des Originals iibersetzt von E. Wag- 
ner. Konigsberg, I. H. Bon. 1840. xii, 237, (i) pp. 
Sm. 8 G.4061.26 

. Another title-page reads "William Shakspeare's sammtliche 
dramatische Werke. Uebersetzt von August Wilhelm von 
Schlegel und Ludwig Tieck. Konigsberg, 1840." 

Shakspeare's vermischte Gedichte. In Nachtrage 
zu Shakspeare's Werken. Uebersetzt von E. Ort- 
lepp. Stuttgart, 1843. 16 G.4056.2.3 

Venus und Adonis. Tarquin und Lukrezia. Von 
William Shakspeare. Uebersetzt von Johann Hein- 
rich Dambeck. Mit gegeniibergedrucktem Original. 
Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus 1856. vi, (2), 237 pp 
8 G.4061.27 

906. Shakespeare's Gedichte. Deutsch von Wil- 
helm Jordan. Berlin. G. Reimer. 1861. liii, (i), 
422 pp. 8 G.4061.29 

907. Shakespeares Gedichte. Deutsch von Karl 
Simrock. Stzittgart. J. G. Cotta. 1867. xxvi 
376 pp. 8 G.4061.32 

Sonnets. 

908. Shakespeares Sonnette iibersetzt von Karl 
Lachmann. Berlin, 1820. G. Reimer. (2), 153 pp. 
Sm. 4 G.4061.23 

Inserted is an autograph letter of Lachman, dated June 14 
1820. Sonnet 151 appears to be omitted. 

Schlussel zu Shakspeare's Sonnetten von D. 
Barnstorff. Bremen 1860. J. Kiihtmann tind Comp 
179 pp. 8 G.4061. 28; 2598.31 

The Sonnets are given in English. The cover of 0.4061.28 is 
dated 1861. 0.4061.31 is a translation of this work. 

909. William Shakespeare's Sonette in Deut- 
scher Nachbildung von Friedrich Bodenstedt. Ber- 
lin 1862. VerlagderKoniglichenGeheimenOber- 
Hofbuchdruckerei. (8), 246 pp. 4 

G.4061.30; 6599a.3 

0.4061.30 is a large paper copy. 65993.3 has almost identi. 
cally the same title-page, but is printed with much smaller type 
than the first copy. 

910. Shakspere's Sonette. Uebersetzt von Herm. 
Frhr. von Friesen. Dresden. H. Burdach. 1869. 
(6), 154 pp. 8 6597.7 

911. Shakespeare's Sonette. Uebersetzt, einge- 
leitet und erlautert von Otto Gildemeister. Zweite 
Auflage. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1876. xxxii 
(i), 181 pp. 8 Q.96.1 

Venus and Adonis. 

912. Venus und Adonis. Ein episches Gedicht 
von William Shakspere. Deutsch nebst einer Ein- 
leitung von Benno Tschischwitz. Halle a/S. G. 
Sch-wabe. 1875. Si pp. Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.73.11.3 

Spurious and doubtful plays. 

913. Alt-Englisches Theater. Oder Supplemente 
zum Shakspear. Ubersezt und herausgegeben von 
Ludwig Tieck. Berlin, in der Realschulbuchhand- 
lung. 1811. 2 v. 8 G.4055.2 

Contents. \. Vorrede; Konig Johann ; Georg Green, der 
Flurschiitz von Wakefield ; Perikles. 2. Vorrede; Lokrine- 
Der lustige Teufel von Edmonton; Das alte Schauspiel vom 
Konig Lear und seinen Tochtern, nach derChronik verfasst von 
W. Shakespear. 

914. Shakspeare's Vorschule. Herausgegeben 
und mit Vorreden begleitet von Ludwig Tieck. 
Leipzig- : F. A. Brockhaus. 1823, 29. 2 v. 8 

G.4016.11 
Contents. 1. Vorrede; Die wunderbare Sage vom Pater 



German Italian 



SHAKESPEARE 



Baco, ein Schauspiel von Robert Green ; Arden von Feversham, 
eine Tragodie (von einem unbekannten Autor, vielleicht eine 
Tugendarbeit Shakspears) ; Die Hexen in Lancashire, von Th. 
Hey wood, gespielt 1615 auf dem Globus-Theater in London. 2. 
Vorrede; Die schone Emma, ein Schauspiel urn 1586 geschrie- 
ben; Der Tyrann, oder die zweite Jungfrauen-Tragodie, ein 
Trauerspiel von Massinger; Die Geburt des Merlin, oder das 
Kind hat seinen Vater gefunden, ein Schauspiel von VV. Shak- 
speare und W. Rowley, um 1612-1613 geschrieben. 

Tieck's daughter translated Die wunderbare Sage and Arden 
von Feversham. It is probable that Baudissin assisted in the 
translation of the remaining pieces. See R. Kopke's Erinne- 
rungen, Leipzig, 1855, vol. a, p. 61. 

915. Vier Schauspiele von Shakspeare. Ueber- 
setzt von Ludwig Tieck. Stuttgart. J. G. Cotta. 
1836. (2), 366 pp. 8 G.4016.12 

Contents. Eduard der Dritte; Leben und Tod des Thomas 
Cromwell; Sir John Oldcastle; Der Londoner verlorne Sohn. 

The translator of these plays was Graf von Baudissin. Tieck 
simply edited them. 

916. Supplemente zu alien Ausgaben Shak- 
speare's sammtlicher Schauspiele, enthaltend die 
zweifelhaften Stiicke. Uebersetzt von Heinrich Do- 
ring. Erfurt, 1840. Hennings und Hopf. 2 v. 
Illustrated. 12 G.4016.13 

Contents. 1. Der Londoner Verschwender; Thomas Lord 
Cromwell ; Georg Green, der Feldhiiter von Wakefield ; Arden 
von Feversham ; Sir John Oldcastle, erster Theil. 2. Die Puri- 
tanerin oder, Wittwe in derWatlingstrasse; SchonEmma; Der 
lustige Teufel von Edmonton; Merlin's Geburt; Ein Trauer- 
spiel in Yorkshire. 

These plays were originally published in 1833, and are paged 
separately. They constitute vol. 41-50 of Meyer's edition of 
Shakespeare's works. 

917. Nachtrage zu Shakspeare's Werken. Ue- 
bersetzt von Ernst Ortlepp. Neue Auflage in vier 
Banden. Stuttgart : Schcible, Rieger und Sattler. 
1842, 43. 16 G.4056.2 

Contents. 1. Der Londoner verlorne Sohn ; Lehen und Tod 
des Thomas Cromwell; Die Geburt des Merlin; Sir John Old- 
castle; Ein Trauerspiel in Yorkshire. 2. Perikles ; Eduard 
der Dritte; Der lustige Teufel von Edmonton; Lokrine. 3. 
Arden von Feversham; Shakspeare's vermischte Gedichte; 
Shakspeare's Leben; Ueber Shakspeare's Werke; Nachwort 
zum dritten Supplementband. 4. Shakspeare's weibliche Cha- 
raktere, von Mrs. Jameson uebersetzt von E. Ortlepp. 

Pseudo-Shakspere'sche Dramen. Herausgegeben 
von Nicolaus Delius. Erstes funftes Heft. Elber- 
feld, It. L. Friderichs. 1854-74. 2 v - I2 

G.4016.16 

Contents. 1. Edward HI ; Arden of Feversham ; The birth 
of Merlin. 2. Mucedorus; Fair Em. 

The English text with a Vorrede to each play in German. 
Each of the plays was published separately with independent 
title-pages. 

Konig Eduard der Dritte. Uebersetzt von Max 
Moltke. In W. Shakspere's sammtliche dramatische 
Werke. Leipzig, 1876. Sm. 8 .G.96.3.1 



Greek. 



918. 



TJJC 



, rpaywdta 



b-u ^Icudwiiu H. llf)fta.';t>y}.ou. 
X. NmikaiStiu Qt).a8O.<fzat~. 1858. 252, 4 pp. 8 

G.4065.8 

Shakespeare's King Henry iv. Part II., acl: 4, sc. 
3. Idem Graece : Carmen prjemio Gaisfordiano 
dignatum, et in Theatre Sheldoniano recitatum die 
Julii ii., MDCCCLXII. Au&ore Robert William Ra- 
per, Coll. SS. Trin. Schol. In Oxford and Cam- 
bridge reporter. July 11, 1862. No. 8 in G.3930.10 

Shakspeare's Henry the fifth. Act i. Scene 2. 
Translation by Godfrey Milnes Sykes. 8-n pp. 8 

No. 13 in G.3930.10 

A fragment of a magazine apparently printed in 1832. The 
Greek and English texts are on opposite pages. 



64 



Hebrew. 

919. Othello the Moor of Venice by Shakspeare. 
Translated into Hebrew by J. E. S[alkinson] trans- 
lator of Paradise lost. Edited by P. Smolensky 
editor of the Hebrew " Haschachar." Vienna. Spit- 
zer and Holz~ivarth,jun. 1874. xxxv, (i), 198, (2) 
pp. 16 G.148.4 

In this translation Othello is called Ithiel, Desdemona As- 
nath, lago Doeg, Cassio Kesed, and Emilia Milcah. There is 
an additional title-page in Hebrew. 

Italian. 

920. Tragedie di Shakspeare tradotte da Michele 
Leoni. Volume x, xi. Verona : dalla Societa tipo- 
grafica editrice. 1821. 8 G.4064.13 

Contents. 10. Amleto. Edizione seconda. 11. II re Lear. 
This edition was completed in fourteen volumes. 

921. Teatro di Shakspeare, voltato in prosa ita- 
liana da Carlo Rusconi. Sesta edizione. Firenze : 
M. Ricci. 1873, 74. 3 v. Portraits. Illustrations. 
8 G.143,2 

Contents. \. Dedica; Lettera degli editori L. Gini, P. Neri; 
Prefazione; Alcune notizie intorno a Shakspeare; Latempesta; 
Coriolano; II mercante di Venezia; Riccardo III. 2. Macbeth; 
II sogno di una notte d'estate; Otello; Romeo e Giulietta. 3. 
Amleto; Re Lear; Giulio Cesare ; Enrico VIH. 

The illustrations are ten plates lettered " Album di Shak- 
speare." Six of them illustrate plays not translated by Rusconi. 

922. Opere di Shakspeare traduzione di Giulio 
Carcano. Prima edizione illustrata. Vol. 1-6. U. 
Hoepli. Milano. 1875-78. Portrait. 8 G.148.5 

Contents. \. Vita di Shakspeare; Coriolano; Giulio Cesare; 
Antonio e Cleopatra. 2. Amleto; Cimbelino; Otello. 3. Ro- 
meo e Giulietta; I due gentiluomini di Verona; II mercante di 
Venezia; Appendice : Giulietta e Romeo, novella di L. da Por- 
to ; Novella del Pecorone. 4. Sogno d'una notte d'estate ; Tro- 
ilo e Cressida; Timone d'Atene; Appendice: Dal filostrato, di 
G.Boccaccio; II Timone, di Luciano. 5. Latempesta; Misura 
per misura; Racconto d'inverno; Appendice : La tempesta; Mi- 
sura per misura, novella di G. B. C. Giraldi. 6. Re Lear; Mac- 
beth ; Re Giovanni. 

Cymbefine. 

923. Cimbelino tragedia di G. Shakspeare re- 
cata in versi italiani da Michele Leoni di Parma. 
Pisa: N. Capurro. 1815. 219 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.4064.10 
A large paper copy. 

Hamlet. 

924. Amleto tragedia di Mr. Ducis (Ad imita- 
zione della inglese di Shakespear) tradotta in verso 
sciolto. Venezia 1774. Si vende in merceria alVin- 
segna del Cicerone, xvi, 71 pp. 8 G.4014.11 

This copy is printed on thick blue paper. 

925. Amleto, tragedia di G. Shakspeare, recata 
in versi italiani da Michele Leoni di Parma. Fi- 
renze, V. Alauzet. 1814. 264 pp. 8 G.4065.3 

A large paper copy. 

926. Amleto di Shakespeare. Tradotto in versi 
e prosa conforme al testo [da Luigi Matteucci]. 
Milano: G.Golio. 1875. 134, (i) pp. 8 G.148.3 

Repertoire dramatique de M. Ern. Rossi. Ham- 
let, prince de Danemark. Tragedie en six a<ftes et 
dix tableaux de William Shakspeare. Tradu&ion 
italienne de C. Rusconi. Avec le francais en regard. 
Represente pour la premiere fois, a Paris, sur le 
Theatre imperial italien, le 24 mai 1866. Paris: C. 
Levy. 1876. 48 pp. L. 8 No. i in G.140.3 

Henry IV. 

Shakspeare's King Henry iv. Part i. Con tante 
note spiegative ed osservazioni sulla grammatica di 
Shakspeare da rendere il dramma intelligibile a chi- 
unque conosce anche solo mezzanamente Pinglese. 



TRANSLATIONS 



Italian Russian 



Saggio del padre Viani Carlo. Torino : R. Loescher. 
1872. viii, (i), 108, (i) pp. 8 G.143.1 

English text with introduction and notes in Italian. On the 
cover is " Collezione di libri di lettura di autori classici proposti 
per la traduzione agli studiosi delle lingue straniere. Lingua 
inglese. Prima serie. Secundo volume." 

Julius Caesar. 

927. La morte di Giulio Cesare tragedia di G. 
Shakspeare recata in versi italiani da Michele Le- 
oni di Parma. Pisa: N. Capurro. 1815. vii, (i), 
159, xxxii pp. 8 G.4064.11 

This is the second translation made by Leoni of the same 
play, a former one, for which he apologizes in the preface to 
this, having been published at Milan in 1811. A large paper 
copy. 

928. Giulio Cesare tragedia di Shakspeare recata 
in italiano da Ignazio Valletta. Firenze : Piatti. 
1829. 165, (i) pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4064.14 

The translation is preceded by a "Vita di Shakspeare." 

Macbeth. 

929. Macbetto tragedia di G. Shakspeare recata 
in versi italiani da Michele Leoni di Parma. Pisa : 
JV. Capurro. 1815. 162, (i) pp. 8 

No. i in G.4064.10 
A large paper copy. 

930. Macbet. Tragedia di Shakespeare recata 
con alcune variazioni in versi italiani da W. E. 
Frye, inglese. Mannheim. Schivan e Gastz. [1827.] 
(6), 144, (i) pp. 8 G.4065.18 

Shakspeare's tragedy of Macbeth : adapted ex- 
pressly for Madame Ristori and her Italian dramatic 
company, under the management of J. Grau. The 
Italian translation by Giulio Carcano. Ne-w York : 
Sanford, Harroun and co., printers. 1866. 31 pp. 
8 No. 3 in G.3910.9 

Many scenes are omitted. The Italian and English texts are 
in parallel columns. 

Macbeth, tragedia di Guglielmo Shakspeare tra- 
dotta ed adattata per la scene italiane de Giulio Car- 
cano. [Paris.] C. Levy. 1876. 39 pp. L. 8 

G.140.2 

The French and Italian texts are in parallel columns. 

Othello. 

931. Otello o il Moro di Venezia, tragedia di G. 
Shakspeare, recata in versi italiani da Michele Le- 
oni di Parma. Firenze, V. Alauzet. 1814. xvi, 
262 pp. 8 G.4064,9 

932. Otello ossia il Moro di Venezia, dramma 
per musica in tre atti. Othello, ou le More de Ven- 
ise, tragedie lyrique en trois adtes. Representee, 
pour la premiere fois, a Paris*, sur le Theatre royal 
italien, Salle de Louvois, le 31 mai 1821. Paris, 
au Theatre royal italien, 1821. 28 ff. 8 

No. 2 in G.4014.52 
The French and Italian texts are on opposite pages. 

933. Otello tragedia di Shakspeare recata in ita- 
liano da Ignazio Valletta. Firenze : Piatti. 1830. 
206, (i) pp. 8 No. i in G.4064.14 

934. Othello tragedie en cinq actes de W. Shak- 
speare. Traduction italienne de Giulio Carcano. 
Representee, a Paris, sur le Theatre-italien, par la 
compagnie dramatique italienne, sous la direction 
de M. E. Rossi, le 29 mai 1866. Paris : C. Levy. 
1876. 62 pp. L. 8 No. 2 in G.140.3 

The French and Italian texts are in parallel columns. 

Richard III. 

935. Riccardo in. Tragedia di G. Shakspeare 
recata in versi italiani da Michele Leoni di Parma. 
Firenze : G. Marenigh. 181 5. 268 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4064.12 
A large paper copy. 

9 8, 4, 79- 



Romeo and Juliet. 

936. Romeo e Giulietta tragedia di G. Shak- 
speare recata in versi italiani da Michele Leoni di 
Parma. Firenze: G. Marenigh. 1814. 194, (i) pp. 
8 No. i in G.4064.12 

A large paper copy. 

937. Romeo e Giuletta di Guglielmo Shakspeare 
versione di Orlando Garbarini. Miluno, 1840. A. 
Bonfanti. v, 160 pp. Plate. T2 G.148.13 

Museo draminatico, serie u, vol. xn. 

Tempest. 

938. La tempesta dramma di G. Shakspeare re- 
cato in versi italiani da Michele Leoni di Parma. 
Pisa : N. Capurro. 1815. 160 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4064.10 



A large paper copy. 



Latin. 



Gulielmi Shaksperii Julius Caesar. Latine reddi- 
dit Henricus Denison. Oxford: J. H. and J. 
Parker. 1856. 169 pp. 8 ' G.4066.19 

The English and Latin texts are given on opposite pages. 

Sertum Shaksperianum subnexis aliquot aliunde 
excerptis floribus. Latine reddidit H. Latham. 
Londini: 1864. Sm. 8 G.3946.22 

Translations, with the original text on the opposite page, of 
passages from Shakespeare's plays and poems, together with 
translations from other authors. 

Plattdeutsch. 

939. Shakespeare. De lostgen Wiewer vou 
Windsor en't Plattdietsche awersett von Robert 
Dorr. Met 'nem Varword von Klaus Groth. Lieg- 
nitz : 1877. Verlag der Th. Kaulfuss'scAen Buch- 
handlung. xxiv, 136 pp. Sm. 8 " 6599.32 

Polish. 

940. Dziela Wilhelma Shakspeare. Przekfadal 
Ignacy Kefalinski [Vol. 3 reads Przektad Johna of 
Dycalp, anagrammatic pseud, of Jan Placyd]. Wil- 
no : Nakiad i druk T. Gliicksberga. 1839-47. 3 v. 
8 G.4064.7 

Contents. \. Hamlet; Romeo ijulia; Sen w wigilia S.Jana. 
2. Macbet; Krol Lear; Burza. 3. Henryk iv. czesc pierwsza, 
druga. 

941. DzieJa dramatyczne Szekspira. Tom. i. 
Przek4ad Stanistawa Kozmiana. Poznan. Nakta- 
dem ksieffarni J. K. Zupanskiego. 1866. 8 

G.4064.8 

Contents. 1. Sen nocy letniej; Kr61 Lyr; Dwaj panowie z 
Werony. 

Russian. 
942. ffiEKCIIMPb. IlEPEBO/rb Cb AHDUMCKATO 

H.KETMEPA. MACTL 1-4. WOCKBA., Bb TMnorpA*in 
H.CTEHAHOBA. 1841-48. 12 G.4064.2 

Contents. 1.PMHAP4.T) H, FEHPHrb IV. UACTB t2. 
2.rEHPMXT) V, rEHPMXT> VI. HACTb 12.3. J.PMHAP4"b Irt 

HGHPHXT) vni, KOME4W omMBOKi; MAKBETT>. 4.yKPocnEHiE 

CTPOnTMBOH. BCE XOPOfflO, MTO XOPOmO KOHHVUOCbt 
KOPIOIAHT). 

Shakespeare. From the English by N. Ketscher. Vol. 
14. Mpscow, printed by N. Stepanoff. 

Contents. \. Richard 11; Henry iv, pt. i, 2. 2. Henry v; 
Henry vi, pt. i, a, 3. 3. Richard in; Henry vin; Comedy of 
errors ; Macbeth. 4. Taming of the shrew ; All's well that ends 
well ; Coriolanus. 

The translation is in prose, and there are a few notes, but no 
introductions. The plays were published separately. King 
John, which was issued first, and Julius Ca;sar, the last play in 
vol. 4, are wanting. 



Russian Spanish 



SHAKESPEARE 



943. ^PAMATMHECKM COMMHEHLfl HlEKCIIMPA. 
BQ4T) CT> AHDHflCKATO RKETMEPA. BHnPArMEHHblfl H 
noiTOlHEHHUfi 00. HAPMEHHOMY FlBtTb KO/UbEPOMT), 
CTAPOMY 3K3EMIMflPy in Jolio 1632 TQ4A. M3.4AHIE K. 
C04/1ATEHKOBA. MOCKBA: BT) TMnOTPA+TM B.I>AHEBA 
M KOMO. 1862-64. 3 v. 8 G.4064.3 

Contents. i. KflPCMb IOAHHT):PH4ArVtb II, IEHPMX1) IV.HACTb 
L2. 2.IHPMXT>Vi IfcHPHXlVI. HACTb 1.2.3. 3.PHHAPAb III i 
lEHPMXlVffl, KOMC4W omHEOKi, M3KBETT). 

Dramatic works of Shakespeare. Translated from the Eng- 
lish by N. Ketscher. Corrected and enlarged from the old copy 
in folio, 1632, discovered by Payne Collier. Edited by C. Solda- 
tenkoff. Moscow: printed by V. Grachef and co. 

Contents. 1. King John; Richard n ; Henry IV, pt. 1,3. 
2. Henry v; Henry vi, pt. 1,2, 3. 3. Richard HI; Henry vin; 
Comedy of errors ; Macbeth. 

The same translation as the edition of 1841 (No. 942). 

Hamlet. 



The merchant of Venice, a drama in five adls. The work of 
Shakespeare. Translated from the English by Basil lakimoff. 
St. Petersburg: printed by Ch. Hintze. 

The translation is mostly in blank verse, with notes. 



944. rAM^ETb. ItFHHUTj ,4ATCKlft. .4PAMA- 
TMHECKOE HPE/tCTAB^lEHIE , BTi IIHTH ./tfcftcT- 

Ewx'h. Co*i. BM^MIAMA IHEKCIIWPA. HEPE- 

BQ4T) Cb AHIMlftCKArO RAJIO-lEBArO. 46 pp. 
8 No. 3 in G.4064 6 

Hamlet, a dramatic representation in five a(5ts. By William 
Shakespeare. Translated from the English by N. A. Polevoi. 

From the signatures this would appear to have been published 
in some periodical. The translation is in prose and verse. 
There is neither introduction nor notes. 

945. rAM^ETt TPAFE^ur B. UIEKCIIHFA 
nEFEBO^.'b A.KPOHEBEPTA. HMAHIE BTOPOE. 
MOCKBA HUAHIE ouiEccKAro KHHFOIIPCMAB- 
HA A.C.BE^tHKAHOBA. 1861. 234 pp. 8^ 

No. 4 in G.4064.5 
Hamlet, a tragedy of W. Shakespeare. Translated by A. 

Kroneberg. ad ed. Moscow : Pub. by the Odessa bookseller, 

A. C. Velikanoff. 

The translation is in verse. 

King Lear. 

946. KoPCMb ylMPTi, TRATE.4IH BT> IIHTH 
,4'BHCTBIflX'h. COHMHEHIE UlEKCIIMPA. HEPEBE-/n> 
Cb AHDlIMCKArO BACH/llft /TKHMOBt. CAHKTTIE- 

TEPEyprb. HE^ATAHO Bt TwirorpA'MH X. 
THHHE. 1833. (i), vi, 253, (i) pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4064.4 

King Lear, a tragedy in five atfts. The work of Shake- 
speare. Translated from the English by Basil lakimoff. St. 
Petersburg: printed by Ch. Hintze. 

The translation is in blank verse, with an introduction and 
notes. 

Macbeth . 

947. MAKBETt. TPArE4W BT> IIHTM 4*MCT- 
BIHX'b. BT> CTHXAXTi. CoqMHEHlE B.HlEKCnHPA. 
CT> AHT^llACKAro M.B. CAHKTDE- 
Bl> TMnorPA$IW /lEnAPTAMEHTA 
BOEHHblXTj nOCE^lEHIH, 1837. (6), 142 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.4064.4 

Macbeth, a tragedy in five a<5ls, in blank verse. The work 
of W. Shakespeare. Translated from the English by M. V. 
St. Petersburg: press of the department of military colonies. 

There are notes. 

948. MAKBETT.. TPAPE^IH B. UIEKCITMPA 

ITEPEBO^T. A-KPOHEBEPTA. MOCKBA. M34AHIE 
O.4ECCKArO KHMFOnPOdABUA A.C.BE^IMKAHOBA 

1862. 143 pp. 8 C No. 2 in G.4064.5 

Macbeth, tragedy of \V. Shakespeare. Translation of A. 
Kroneberg. Moscow. Published by the Odessa bookseller, A. 
C. Velikanoff. 

The translation is in blank verse. There is an introduction, 
but no notes. 

Merchant of Venice. 

949. BEHEllIHHCKlfi KynEIfb. 4PAMA B"b 
HHTM X-BHCTBIflXT). CO4MHEHIE lUEKCOMPA. 
nEPEBE^T> C'B AHrMIKCKAFO BACH^lIVl HKH- 
MOBTj. CAHHTHETEPByPrTj X-FMHUE. 1833. 
(4), 175 pp. 8 No. i in G.4064.4 



950. OTE./UO. BEHEUIHHCKlft MABPT>. 

BB IIHTM /tUftCTBDDCb. C04. ffiEKOIHRA. UEPEBCUb CT> 
AHC^IHCKArO B.ylA3APEBCKIM. CARKTHETEPByPTIx 
IlEUATAHO BT> THnorPA*IK K.KRA.AH . 1845. (2), 2O1 
pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4064.5 

Othello, the Moor of Venice. Drama in five acfls. The work 
of Shakespeare. Translated from the English by V. Lazaref- 
sky. St. Petersburg; printed by C. Krai. 

The translation is mostly in blank verse, with notes. 

951. OTE./UO. TPAfE^W BUlbflMA fflEKCIMPA UEPEB04J. 
ILHBEftHBEPrA C.nETEPByPTL . 1864. (4), 160 pp. 
L. 8 No. i in G.4064.6 

Othello, a tragedy, by William Shakespeare. Translated 
by P. I. Weinberg. St. Petersburg. 

The translation is in prose and verse. There is no introduc- 
tion, and but few notes. 

King Richard III. 

952. KOPCUb PHMAP/Tb TPETltt. 4PAMA B. 
fflEKCriMPA. [ITEPEBCUb A.B. J,FV)KHHMHA.}CAHKT- 

riETEPEypn>. B-b TnnorpA<HM K.B^ib'PA. 1862. 
(2)^170 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4064.6 

King Richard HI. A drama by W. Shakespeare. [Trans- 
lated by A. V. Drujinin.] St. Petersburg: printed by C. Wulf. 
From the running-title and the signatures this would appear 
to have been published in the " Contemporary," Vol. 90. The 
translation is in verse, with an introduction and notes. 

Romeo and Juliet. 

953. POMEO Vl xtJKy^bETTA. TPAITMia BB 
IlflTH 4HflCTBIffXT>, ffiEKCIlHPA. IlEPEBE^T) CT> 
AHnAlACKATO W.POCKOBmEHKO. MOCKBA BTb 

THnorpA*iH B. FPAMEBA M KOMn. 1861. 158 pp. 

8 No. i in G.4064.5 

Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy in five afts by Shakespeare. 
Translated from the English by I. Roskofshenko. Moscow : 
printed by V. Grachef and co. 

The translation is in prose and verse, with an introduction 
and notes. 

Spanish. 

954. Obras de William Shakspeare traducidas 
fielmente del original ingles con presencia de las 
primeras ediciones y de los textos dados a luz por 
los mas ce"lebres comentadores del inmortal poeta 
por Matias de Velasco y Rojas, Marques de Dos 
Hermanas. Madrid: M. Minuesa. 1872,77. 3 v. 
8 G.145.2 

Contents. 1. Introduccion; Obras que se han consultado; 
Observaciones ; Poemas y Sonetos; Breve estudio sobre los 
Sonetos; Notas; Orden "dado a los Sonetos; Testamento de 
Shakspeare. 2. El mercaderde Venecia; Notas; Argumentos: 
Pecorone; Novela de Ruggieri; El orador de A. Silvayn; Re- 
lacion hist6rica de G. Let! ; Version de un manuscrito persa por 
T. Munro; Gesta Romanorum. 3. Julieta y Romeo; Notas; 
Argutnento; Tercera historia tragica de Bandello. 

The translations are all in prose. The Estudio sobre los So- 
netos includes translations of the Sonnets. Vol. i is dated 1877, 
the others 1872. The work was not published, but privately 
printed for the translator. 

955. Obras de Shakspeare. Version castellana 
de Jaime Clark. Madrid: Medina y Navarro. 
[i873,74-] 5v. Sm. 8 G.148.1 

Contents. [1.] Pr61ogo por Juan Valera; Al que leyere; No- 
ticias relativas a la vida y obras de Shakspeare; Otelo; Mucho 
ruido para nada. [2.] Romeo y Julieta; Como gusteis. [3.] 
El mercader de Venecia; Medida por medida. [4.] La tem- 
pestad; La noche de reyes. [5.] Hamlet; Las alegres coma- 
dres de Windsor. 

The translation is in verse. 



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SHAKESPEARIANA 



Abbott Albrecht 



Hamlet. 

956. Hamlet. Tragedia de Guillermo Shake- 
speare. Traducida 6 ilustrada con la vida del autor 
V notas criticas. Por Inarco Celenio [pseud, of L. F. 
de Moratin] P. A. Madrid : Villalpando. 1798. 
(50), 379, (i) pp. Plate. 4 G.4065.2 ; D.244.8 

"An unfortunate prose version. . . . never performed." Tick- 
nor's History of Spanish literature. 6.4065.2 contains an auto- 
graph letter of Edw. D. Ingraham, presenting this volume to Mr. 
Barton. 

Hamlet, tragedia. In Moratin, L. F. de. Obras 
dramaticas y liricas. fan's, 1826. 12 D.170a.29.3 

Hamlet. In Moratin, L. F. de. Obras. Ma- 
drid, 1830. 8 D.170a.l.3 
Macbeth. 

957. Macbe, 6 los remordimientos : tragedia en 



cinco actos, escrita en ingles por Shakespeare, refun- 
dida en frances por Mr. Ducis, j acomodada al tea- 
tro espafiol por Manuel Garcia. Madrid 1818. M. 
de Burgos, vii, (i), 87, (i) pp. Sm. 8 D.244.9 

958. Macbeth, drama historico en cinco actos 
compuesto en ingles por William Shakspeare ; y tra- 
ducido libremente al castellano por Jose Garcia de 
Villalta. Madrid. J. M. Repulles. 1838. (4), 
zoo pp. 8 No. 3 in D.175.2.7 

" Galeria dramatica. Coleccion de las mejores obras del teatro 
antiguo y moderno espanol y del estrangero." 

Swedish. 

959. Lucretia af W. Shakspere. Ofversattning 
af Adolf Lindgren. Stockholm: J. Seligmanns For- 
lag. [1876.] (4), 91 pp. Sm. 8 6599.33 



SHAKESPEARIANA. 



Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 1838. 

960. A Shakespearian grammar. An attempt to 
illustrate some of the differences between Elizabe- 
than and modern English. For the use of schools. 
By E. A. Abbott. London : Macmillan and co. 
1869. viii, 136 pp. Sm. 8 4598.28 

961. Same. New edition. London : Macmillan 
and co. 1873. xxiv, 511 pp. Sm. 8 4588.32 
A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott, 1811-1856. 

King John, burlesque, in one act. See No. 358. 
Abeken, Bernhard Rudolf, 1780-1866. 

Ueber Shakspeare. Zugabe zu den Kupfern. 
(Urania. Leipzig, 1819.) No. i in G.3915.8 

The pictures described were scenes from " Romeo and Juliet." 

Academic francoise. See P. de LA PRIMAUDAYE. 
Actors. 

962. Seventy engravings from photographs of 
living actors, illustrative of Shakespeare's plays. 
Proof impressions. \_J. Tallis and co. London. 
1850?] G. Cabinet 1.8 

These portraits are also to be found in the edition of Shake- 
speare's works, No. So, 6.4041.3, and others in Bell's edition, 
6.86.5, and in the edition, No. 97, 4591.4. There are also por- 
traits in 6.4050.2, 6.4020.8, 6.50.11, 6.6oa.2o, 6.13.7, and 6.4oa.i. 

963. Newspaper cuttings and articles from peri- 
odicals relating to actors. 2 pph. v. 8 G.3930.13 

COLLIER, J. P. Memoirs of ... actors. 
HEYWOOD, T. Apology for actors. 
Adams, George "Washington, 

964. An oration pronounced before the Shak- 
spearean club on the evening of their third anni- 
versary, April 17, 1826. By George Washington 
Adams. Boston : Dtitton and Went-worth. 1826. 
32 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.72.7.1 

A poem by 0. 6ourlay, and other matter are printed with this. 

Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. 

965. [The charafter of Hamlet. A letter to J. H. 
Hackett, dated Washington, 19 Feb., 1839. Litho- 
graphed in fac-simile for Mr. Hackett {for private 
distribution) by G. E. Madeley. London.] 4 pp. 
4 . G.3937.17 

Accompanying this is a copy of Mr. Hackett's answer. 

966. The character of Hamlet, by ex-president 
Adams and James H. Hackett. Edited by a lady. 
New York : J. Motvatt. 1844. 7 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3937.16 



According to a note by R. G. White on the title-page of this 
copy, the editor was Anna Cora Mowatt. These letters are also 
given in Hackett's "Notes and comments." 

Adams, William Henry Davenport, 1828 . 

Editor of the Howard Shakspeare, No. 129. 
Addison, John, 1844. 

967. The vocal music in Shakespear's plays. As 
you like it. Arranged for the piano forte by Mr. 
Addison. J. Caulfield. [London.] 32 pp. 4 

No. i in G.4016.14 

The music is by T. A. Arne, S. Smith, C. Dibdin, R. I. S. Ste- 
vens and T. Chilcott. With this are bound 14 pages of songs 
from " The Tempest," arranged by Addison. Both of these 
seem to have belonged to "A collection of the vocal music in 
Shakespear's plays . . . published byj. Caulfield." 

Adolphus, John Leycester, 1794-1862. 

See BIBLIOGRAPHY. 
Aeschylus, B. c. 552-456. 

Aeschylus, Shakspeare, and Schiller. (Black- 
wood's Magazine, June, 1851. Edinburgh.) 

No. 22 in G.3950.9 

Aguecheek, pseudonym of C. B. FAIRBANKS. 
Ahne, W. A. 

Shakspeare-Bliithen. See QUOTATIONS. 
Alarum against usurers. See T. LODGE. 
Alarum for London. 

968. The school of Shakespeare. Edited by R. 
Simpson. No. I. Alarum for London or the siege 
of Antwerp. Together with the Spoyle of Ant- 
werpe. By George Gascoyne. London: Longmans, 
Green, and co. 1872. vii, 76 pp. Sm. 8 6594.3 

The editor thinks that this play, which has also been attrib- 
uted to Marlowe, was written by Marston " under the direction 
and with the help of Shakespeare." 

Albert, pseudonym of J. ARMSTRONG. 
Albert. 

969. Young Albert, the Roscius, exhibited in a 
series of characters from Shakspeare and other au- 
thors. Douglas. Barbarossa. Richard HI. Hamlet. 
Othello. As you like it. Henry iv. London : S. and 
J. Fuller. 1811. 22, (i) pp. 16 

No. 4 in G.3930.13.1 

A short introductory poem and extracfts from the plays men- 
tioned. This copy belonged to Clara Fisher. 

Alberti, C. E. R. 

Shakspeare-Album. See QUOTATIONS. 
Albrecht, Heinrich Christoph, 1763-1800. 

Translator of Venus and Adonis and of Lucrece. 
See No. 730. 



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Album Alpenny 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Album di Shakspeare. See ILLUSTRATIONS. 
Alcilia, Philoparthens louing follie. London, 1595. 

(Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. Weimar. 

Jahrbuch, 1875.) 4593.1.10 

Aldridge, Ira, 1804-1867, the African Roscius. 

970. Leben und Kiinstler-Laufbahn des Negers 
Ira Aldridge. Berlin. Allgemeine dcutsche Verlags- 
Anstalt. 1853. (2), 46 pp. Portrait. Sm. 8 

No. 5 in G.3930.13.1 

Bayard Taylor has given a short account of Aldridge's per- 
formance of Macbeth at Nijni Novgorod, in his " Between Eu- 
rope and Asia" in the Atlantic monthly, Jan., 1865. 

There are portraits of Aldridge in Nos. 3 and 4 in 6.51.6.1 
and also in Tallis's Illustrated life in London, April 30, 1864. 

971. Theatre Royal. Mr. Ira Aldridge, the Afri- 
can tragedian, as Othello. W. Earle, sc. Poster. 
55h X 29^ inches. G.50.13 

COLE, J. Critique on the performance of Othello 
by F. W. Keene Aldridge, the African Roscius. 
Alger, "William Rounseville, 1822 . 

Shakespeare and friendship ; Shakespeare's Son- 
nets and friendship. (Christian Examiner, Sept., 
Nov., 1862. Boston.} 

No. 24 in G.3940.1 ; No. 6, 7 in G.3940.7 ; 
No. 4 in G.3940.14 ; No. 16 in G.3930.12 

In Alger's Life of Forrest are many passages relating to 
Shakespeare. 

All about Shakespeare. 

972. All about Shakespeare. Profusely illus- 
trated with wood engravings by Thomas Gilks, 
drawn by H. Fitzcook. In commemoration of the 
ter-centenary. London. H. Lea. [1864.] (62) pp. 
Portraits. Sm. 8 No. 6 in G.3943.12 

Contains also specimen pages of an edition of Shakspeare. 

All for love. A tragedy by J. Dryden, altered from 
Antony and Cleopatra. See Nos. 166-178. 

All's well that ends -well. 

Under each play references will be made only to the more 
extended criticisms, etc. 

Annotations illustrative of the plays of Shake- 
speare. 

BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BOCCACCIO, G. II decameron. 

Giletta di Nerbona, giornata terza, novella 9, is the principal 
source from which the plot of this play is drawn. An English 
translation is given in Painter's " Palace of pleasure," novel 38. 
This translation is also to be found in Collier's " Shakespeare's 
library " and Halliwell's folio edition. Another English version 
is also given in Mrs. Lennox's " Shakespear illustrated." There 
is a French version in F. Hugo's edition of Shakespeare's works, 
and one in German in Echtermeyer's "Quellen des Shakspeare." 

BODENSTEDT, F. Shakespeare's Frauencharak- 
tere. 

BULLOCH, J. Studies on the text. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings. 

CHEDWORTH, J. Lord. Notes upon some of the 
obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-characters. 

CLARKE, M. C. Girlhood of Shakespeare's hero- 
ines. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies. 
DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 
DUPORT, P. Essais HtteVaires. 
ELZE, C. Zu " Ende gut, alles gut." 
FRIESEN, H. F. v. Bemerkungen zu den Alters- 
bestimmungen fur einige Stiicke. 
Shakspere-studien. 
GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 



68 



GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespeare's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HEINE, H. Die Madchen und Frauen in Shak- 
speare. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele. 

HUDSON, H. N. Lectures on Shakspeare. 

Shakespeare : life, art and characters. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KENRICK, W. Review of Johnson's new edition. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen liber Shakespeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions 
of Shakespeare's plays. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 
SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 
SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 
SNIDER, D. J. System of Shakespeare's dramas. 
STEBBING, H. Arguments of the plays. 
WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text. 
WEISS, J. Wit, humor, and Shakspeare. 
Alleyn, Edward, 1566-1626. 

973. The Alleyn papers. A collection of origi- 
nal doxuments illustrative of the life and times of 
Edward Alleyn, and of the early English stage and 
drama. With an introduction byj. Payne Collier. 
London : printed for the Shakespeare society. 1843. 
xxxi, 1 10 pp. 8 G.3927.4 ; 4596.7 ; 342.17 

974. An extract of the will, quadripartite, of the 
benevolent Edward Alleyn, Esq. founder of Dul- 
wich College, in the County of Surry, in favor of 
the parishioners of the several Parishes, of Saint 
Botolph, Bishopsgate without, London ; Saint Sav- 
iour's, in Southwark ; and that part of the parish of 
Saint Giles without, Cripplegate, London, which is 
in the County of Middlesex, (now called the Parish 
of Saint Luke;) and the Parish of Camberwell, in 
the County of Surry. London: J. Me. Hugh. 1829. 
47, (i) pp. 8 G.3763.2 

COLLIER, J. P. Memoirs of E. Alleyn. 
Allibone, Samuel Austin, 1816 . 

[Shakespeare's life,and bibliography of his works.] 
In his Dictionary of English literature. Philadel- 
phia, 1870. Pp. 2006-2054. L. 8 G.140.7 

A copy of the revised proof of this article is in G.ooa.a. In 
6.3930.12 are several autograph letters of Dr. Allibone. 

Allot, Robert, 1642. 

England's Parnassus : or the choysest flowers of 
our moderne poets. London. 1600. 8 G.4075,11 

According to Collier, in his "Bibliographical account of early 
English literature," there are over Jo works from which quota- 
tions are made. Spenser heads the list in the number of passages 
quoted, 255, whilst Shakespeare comes eighth, with 79. This is 
the earliest selection of passages from Shakespeare. A reprint 
is in " Heliconia," London, 1815, 0.3830.11.3. 

Almanacs. 

BROWN, O. P. Shakespearian annual almanac. 

CASSELL'S Shakspeare tercentenary keepsake. 

RICHARDS, W. C. Shakspeare calendar. 

SHAKESPEARE almanac. 
Alpenny, J. S. 

975. Twelfth night characters, from Shake- 
speare, designed and drawn on stone by J. S. Al- 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Alter Aristophanes 



penny, intended as a first series of characters from 
the plays of Shakespeare. [London.~\ E. C. Edlin. 

G.3952.28 

Twelve colored pictures on six cards, with an accompanying 
broadside, on which are printed quotations from each character 
drawn. 

Alter ego. 

976. Alter ego. Eine Studie zu Shakespeare's 
Kaufmann. Hamburg: Boyes und Geislcr. 1862. 
xiv, 17 pp. 8 No. 9 in G.3910.12 

The Einleitung is signed S. 

Amants de Verone, drame. See Marquis d'lvRY. 
Amor vincit omnia. A German translation of 

Love's labour's lost. See 876a. 
Amthor, E. 

Editor of Tales from Shakespeare, by C. LAMB. 
Amyot, Thomas, 1775-1850. 

Editor of The old Taming of a shrew and Wife 
lapped in morel's skin. See No. 614. 

Inserted in 0.3927.31 is an autograph letter of Mr. Amyot. 

Auatomie of abuses ... in Ailgna [England]. 

See P. STUBBES. 
Ancient and modern miscellany. See F. G. WAL- 

DRON. 
Anderson, Alexander, 1775-1870. 

Anderson was the first professional engraver on wood in 
America. He executed the wood-cuts in the third Boston edi- 
tion of Shakespeare's works, which was the first illustrated 
American edition. See No. 49. 

Anderson, John, W. S. 

On the site of Macbeth's castle at Inverness. (Ar- 
chaeologia Scotica, 1831. Edinburgh.) Plate. 

No. 4 in G.3920.30 
Angellier, . 

Editor of Macbeth. See No. 421. 
Anmerkungen ubers Theater. See J. M. R. LKNZ. 
Anne Hathaway, a novel. See E. SEVERN. 
Annotations. 

977. Annotations illustrative of the plays of 
Shakespeare, by Johnson, Steevens, Malone, Theo- 
bald, Warburton, Fanner, Heath, Pope, Hawkins, 
Hanmer, Sir J. Reynolds, Percy, etc. In 2 v. Lon- 
don, J. Offor. 1819. 12 G.3933.14 ; G.3935.15 

Published with Scholey's edition. 6.3933.14 belonged to J. 
Haslewood, is a large paper copy, and has bound with it Mor- 
timer's "Characters" etched by Reading. The Annotations 
to each play are paged separately. 

Annotations on plays of Shakespear. See J. 
CROFT. 

Another essence of Malone. See G. HARDINGE. 
Answer. 

978. An answer to certain passages in Mr. W 's 
[Warburton's] preface to his edition of Shakespear, 
together with some remarks on the many errors and 
false criticisms in the work itself. London : H. Car- 
penter, 1748. 19 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4023.9 

A defence of Sir Thomas Hanmer. 

Answer to Pope's preface. See J. ROBERTS. 
Anti-Scriblerus Histrionicus, pseudonym of J. 

ROBERTS. 
Antiquity. 

979. Antiquity, a farce, in two adts. London : 
C. Chappie. 1808. 8-45 PP- 8 G.4014.22 

This farce, which has been ascribed to a gentleman of the 
Inner Temple, is intended to ridicule Shakespearian antiquari- 
ans. Two of the scenes represent Falstaff and his companions 
at a tavern in Eastcheap. 

Antony and Cleopatra. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again. 



69 



BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BODENSTEDT, F. Shakespeare's Frauencharak- 
tere. 

BULLOCH, J. Studies on the text. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings. 

CHEDWORTH, J. Lord. Notes upon some of the 
obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare characters. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the histor- 
ical plays. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEINE, H. Die Madchen und Frauen in Shak- 
speare. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art and 
characters. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen tiber Shakespeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MASON, J. M. Comment on the several editions 
of Shakespeare's plays. 

MEZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses oeuvres. 

PLUTARCH. Lives of the noble Grecians and 
Romans. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays of 
Shakspeare. 

SNIDER, D. J. System of Shakespeare's drama. 

STAFFER, P. Shakespeare et 1'antiquite". 

VATKE, T. Antonius und Kleopatra, und Plu- 
tarch. 

WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text. 
Aphorisms from Shakespeare. See C. LOFFT. 
Apollonius, prince of Tyre. 

A story in the Gesta Romanorum containing inci- 
dents of the play of PERICLES. 
Apology for the believers in the Shakspeare papers. 

See G. CHALMERS. 
Apolonius and Silla. See B. RICH. 
Aran en Titus. Treurspel. See J. Vos. 
Arden of Feversham, a tragedy. 

The text of the play is to be found under No. 704. 

DONNE, C. E. Essay on the tragedy. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 
Ardeus of Warwickshire. See E. T. CRAIG. 

In the various biographies of Shakespeare will be found ref- 
erences to the Ardens. See BIOGRAPHY. 

Ariosto, Lodovico, 1474-1533- 

Comedia intitolada Gli soppositi. \_Vinegia.~} 
1525. Sm. 4 G.4074.5 

From this comedy Shakespeare is supposed to have borrowed 
a part of the plot of "Taming of the shrew." 

Aristophanes, B. c. 444-380? 

HOPE, A. J. B. B. Shakespeare and Aristophanes. 
In his Essays. 



Aristotle As you like it 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Aristotle, B. c. 384-322. 

RIDDLE, J. E. Illustrations of Aristotle . . . from 
Shakspeare. 

In "A commentary illustrating the Poetic of Aristotle by H. 
J. Pye," 0.60.3, are many passages relating to Shakespeare. 

SENDEL, C. Lessing-Aristoteles' Verhaltniss zu 
Shakspere. 
Armiii, Robert. 

980. A nest of ninnies. Simply of themselves 
without compound. By Robert Armin. London : 
lohn Deane. 1608. {London : Shakespeare society. 
1842.] xx, 67 pp. 8 G.3927.9 ; 4596.4 ; 342.9 

Another title-page reads " Fools and jesters : with a reprint 
of Robert Armin's Nest of ninnies. 1608. With an introduction 
and notes [by J. P. Collier]." Armin was one of the aftors in 
Shakespeare's plays, and his name is found in the list in the first 
folio. He also wrote "The Italian taylor and his boy," 
6.3917.21, and "England's Parnassus" has been ascribed to 
him. Inserted in 0.3027.9 is a printed letter " To the Council 
of the Shakespeare society," by C. Knight, relating to a passage 
in the introduction of this volume. 

COLLIER, J. P. Memoirs of actors. 
Armstrong, John, 1771-1797. 

981. Sonnets from Shakespeare. By Albert. 
London: J. Debrett. 1791. vii, 75, (i) pp. 8 

G.3947.21 



pretace and notes by him. In 0.3947.34 are many i 

nets printed upon broadsides. They originally appeared in the 

Gazetteer and Morning Chronicle. 

Arne, Thomas Augustine, 1710-1778. 

The music to the songs in As you like it, 0.4060.14; Love's 
labour's lost, 0.4060.2; and The Tempest, 0.4060.2, 0.4060.14 
is by Dr. Arne. 

Arnold, Thomas James. 

The Shakespearian discovery : The ' old cor- 
rector:' Mr. Collier's 'Reply.' (Eraser's magazine, 
Jan., Feb., May, 1860. London?) 

Nos. 15, 16, 19 in G.3920.15 

Inserted are two autograph letters of Mr. Arnold. 

Arrowsmith, William Robson. 

982. The editor of "Notes and queries " and his 
friend, Mr. Singer : or, the questionable credit of 
that periodical. By the Rev. W. R. Arrowsmith. 
London: Piper, Stephenson, and Spence. [1858.] 
18, (2) pp. 8 No. I in G.3944.13 

A pamphlet containing an article entitled " Shakspeare and 
his adulterators," sent to, but not published in, "Notes and Que- 
ries." 

983. Shakespeare's editors and commentators. 
By the Rev. W. R. Arrowsmith. London : J. ft. 
Smith. 1865. 52 pp. 8 No. 2 and 3 in G.3944.13 

The latter copy is the proof of the first 32 pages, and has 
" Part i " upon the title-page. 

Art of Shakspere, as revealed by himself. (Victoria 
magazine, O<ft., 1863. London.} 8 

No. 25 in G.3940.1 

As you like it. 

ADDISON, J. Vocal music in Shakespear's plays. 
ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again. 
BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BODENSTEDT, F. Shakespeare's Frauencharak- 
tere. 

BULLOCH, J. Studies on the text. 
CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings. 
CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare characters. 

CLARKE, M. C. Girlhood of Shakespeare's hero- 
ines. 
DELIUS, N. Lodge's Rosalynde. 



DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUDEVANT, A. L. A. D. Letter upon her adapta- 
tion of As you like it. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires. 

FLETCHER, G. Studies of Shakespeare. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes. 

HALL, H. T. Shaksperean fly-leaves. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HEINE, H. Die Madchen und Frauen in Shak- 
speare. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele. 

HUDSON, H. N. Lectures on Shakspeare. 

Shakespeare : his life, art and characters. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KELLOGG, A. O. Shakspeare's psychological de- 
lineations. Jaques. 

KENRICK, W. Review of Johnson's new edition. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KOENIG, W. Shakespeare als Dichter. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen tiber Shakespeare. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

LODGE, T. Euphues golden legacie. 

From this tale are derived the incidents of the play. 

MAGINN, W. Shakspeare papers. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

MOSER, J. Additional scene to As you like it. 

Represents the scene referred to in adt 5, scene 8, between 
Duke Frederic and the friar. 

Newspaper cuttings. No. i in G.3930.9 

PLANCHE, J. R. Costume of As you like it. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

RICHARDSON, W. Essays on Shakespeare's dra- 
matic characters. 

SAVIOLO, V. His practise. 

The " book " referred to by Touchstone in adt 5, scene 4. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 
Seven ages. 

EVANS, J. The progress of human life. 

Excerpta from the common-place book of a sep- 
tuagenarian. Reflections on Shakspeare's Seven 
ages of man. (Knickerbocker, May, 1835. New 
York.) No. 3 in G.3930.9 

JONES, J. W. Observations on the division of 
man's life into stages. 

LA PRIMAUDAYE, P. de. Academic francoise. 

The heading to chapter 52 in the English translation pub- 
lished in London in 1586 is: "Of the division of the ages of man, 
and of the offices and duties that are to be observed in them." 

MACLISE, D. Shakspeare's Seven ages. 

984. Man : from the cradle to the grave. Being 
Shakspere's Seven ages of life ; illustrated in a series 
of seven original designs on wood, by John Gilbert, 
Marshall Claxton and D. H. M'Kewan. Engraved 
by Thomas Gilks. With an introduction by Wm. 
Bridges. London : W. H. Smith, and son. (8) ff. 
4 No. 2 in G.4060.23 

Among the advertisements on the cover is a poem " To Wil- 
liam Shakspere," in praise of" Moses' matchless dress." 

985. Paddy M'Shane's Seven ages ; written by 
Major Downs; and sung, with unbounded applause, 
by Mr. Johnstone, at the Theatre-Royal, Drury 



70 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



As you like it Bacon 



Lane. Published 1807, by Laurie and Whittle, Lon- 
don. Plate by G. Cruikshank. Broadside. 

No. i in G.4015.49 

986. A parody on Shakespeare's Seven ages. 
[17?] Broadside. No. 3 in G.4015.49 

987. Shakspeare's Seven ages of man comically 
illustrated, in jest and earnest. By a funny fellow. 
With engravings. London : R. Macdonald. [1850.] 
10 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4015.49 

988. The Seven ages of Shakspeare. London : 
J. Van Voorst. 1840. 20 pp. 10 plates. 4 

G.3952.8 ; G.3952.9 

The introduction is by John Martin. 0.3952.9 is a copy on 
India paper. 

989. Same. Shakspeare's Seven ages of man : 
illustrated by original designs drawn on wood, by 
William Mulready, John Constable, Sir David Wil- 
kie, William Collins, Alfred E. Chalon, Abraham 
Cooper, Sir Augustus Callcott, Edwin Landseer, 
William Hilton. London : J. Van Voorst. 1848. 
18, (16) pp. 10 plates. 4 G.3952.21 

The introductory matter is printed from the same plates as 
the first edition, though on much smaller paper. There have 
been added to this edition, before each picture, pages with 
Shakespeare's lines and the name of the artist. 

990. Shakspere's Seven ages of life. Illustrated 
by John Gilbert, etc. Engraved by Thomas Gilks. 
Second edition. London : Dean and son. (S) pp. 
4 No. 8 in G.3950.6 ; No. i in G.4060.23 

SMIRKE, R. Seven ages of man. 
SOANE, G. Shakspeare's Seven ages, illustrated 
by music and poetry. 

STOTHARD, T. Shakspeare's Seven ages. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays of 
Shakspeare. 

SHELDON, C. Notes to As you like it. 

SNIDER, D. J. System of Shakespeare's dramas. 

VINCKE, C. F. G. " Wie es euch gefallt" auf der 
Biihne. 

WHITER, W. Specimen of a commentary on 
Shakespeare. 

"Wie es euch gefallt" auf der deutschen Buhne. 
(Die Grenzboten, 1865. Leipzig.} 

No. 12 in G.3910.15 

The article is signed " B." 

Athenaeum. 

Cuttings from the Athenaeum. London. 4 

G.61.5 ; G.60a.l8 

There are numerous cuttings from this paper in other scrap- 
books in this collection. 

Attempte to rescue Shakespere. See J. HOLT. 
Aubert, Hermann Rudolph, 1826 . 

991. Shakespeare als Mediciner. Vortrag in der 
Aula da Universitat am 3. Februar 1873 gehalten 
und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Hermann Au- 
bert. Rostock. Stiller'sche Hof- und Universitdts- 
Buchhandlung. 1873. 31 pp. 8 6 No. 3 in G.73.11.1 
Aubrey, John, 1626-1697. 

Lives of eminent men. (/ Letters written by 
eminent persons.) G.3954.20 

Auteurs anglais. 

See Coriolanus, No. 201, and Macbeth, No. 421. 

Autograph. 

992. Shakspeare's autograph. The most cor- 
rect copies of all the authentic autographs. Copied 
. . . and enlarged to four times the original size, 
upon the same sheet, bv J. Harris [etc.]. Published 
Sept. i, 1843, by T. Rodd. [London.] 

No. 6 in G.60a.22 

Newspaper cuttings, etc. relating to Shakespeare's 
autograph. Pph. v. 8 G.3950.30 



BUTLER'S theatrical directory. 

MADDEN, Sir F. Observations on an autograph 
of Shakspere. 

SMITH, T. Shakespeare autographs. 
Autographs. 

There are numerous autograph letters in the collection, either 
inserted in books or collected in scrap-books, most of which are 
noted under the name of the writer. 

BOYDELL, J. Signatures of the subscribers to the 
Shakspeare. 

SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY. Autographs of mem- 
bers. 

BARTON, T. P. Letters by and to him. 

BRITTON, J. Letters on Shakespearian subjects 
collected by him. 
Avon. 

CLIFFE, L. Pilgrim of Avon. 

HUCKELL, J. Avon, a poem. 

IRELAND, S. Picturesque views on the Avon. 
Ayrer, Jakob, 1605. 

Comedia von der schonen Sidea ; Comedia von 
der schonen Phaenicia. (CoHN, A. Shakespeare 
in Germany.) 

The first comedy mav have suggested the plot of "The Tem- 
pest," and the second tnat of " Much ado about nothing." The 
original text and an English translation are given. 

Ayscough, Samuel, 1745-1804. 

993. An index to the remarkable passages and 
words made use of by Shakspeare ; calculated to 
point out the different meanings to which the words 
are applied. London : J. Stockdale. 1790. 672 pp. 
8 G.3921.2 

6.4031.1.3 is another copy of the " Index" of this date, paged 
continuously with the edition of Shakespeare's dramatic works 
edited by Ayscough, No. 45. 

994. Same. Second edition, revised and en- 
larged. London : T. Tegg. 1827. (674) pp. 8 

G.3921.3; E.117.1 

Bacon, Delia S., 1811-1859. 

William Shakespeare and his plays ; an inquiry 
concerning them. (Putnam's monthly, Jan., 1856. 
New York.} No. 22 in G.3940.4 

995. The philosophy of the plays of Shakspere 
unfolded. By Delia Bacon. With a preface by Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. London: Groombridge and 
sons. 1857. ex, (2), 582 pp. 8 G.3932.22 

Contains an autograph note of Delia Bacon. 

996. Same. Boston : Ticknor and Fields. 1857. 
ex, (2), 582 pp. 8 G.74.10 ; 4595.7 

The same edition as the previous with a new title-page only. 

HAWTHORNE, N. Recollections of a gifted 
woman. 

SHACKFORD, C. C. Shakespeare in modern 
thought. 
Bacon, Francis, Viscottnt St. Albans, 1561-1626. 

The art of cavilling. (Blackwood's magazine, 
Nov., 1856. Edinburgh.} No. 24 in G.3940.4 

BENTON, M. B. "Shakespeare and the musical 
glasses." 

CATTELL, C. C. Shakespeare. Was he a myth? 

HOLMES, N. Authorship of Shakespeare. 

KING, T. D. Bacon versus Shakspere. 

MORGAN, A. The Shakespearean myth. 

SMITH, W. H. Was Lord Bacon the author of 
Shakespeare's plays? 

Bacon and Shakespeare. 

TOWNSEND, G. H. Shakespeare not an impostor. 



Bacon Barth 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



VAILE, E. O. The Shakespeare-Bacon contro- 
versy. 

VARAGNAC, B. Shakespeare and the Baconian 
theory. 

WEISS, J. Wit, humor, and Shakspeare. 
Who wrote "Shakspere"? (Eraser's magazine, 
Aug., 1874. London.) 5196.1.10 

Signed J. V. P. 

WILKES, G. Shakespeare from an American 
point of view. 
Badham, Charles. 

997. Criticism applied to Shakspere. A series 
of essays published originally in the Surplice. Lon- 
don : J. So/in. 1846. 16 pp. Sm. 8 

No. 8 in G.3924.2 ; 2598.2 
On the cover is a printed label, " 16 pages (all printed)." 

The text of Shakspeare. (Cambridge essays. 
1856. London.) 8 

No. 18 in G.3930.11 ; G.3852.2.2 ; 2555.16.2 
Baermanu, Georg Nikolaus, 1785-1850. 

Translator of twelve of Shakespeare's plays. See 
No. 836. 
Bagehot, Walter, 1826-1877. 

Shakespeare the individual. In his Estimates 
of some Englishmen and Scotchmen. 563.9 

Same. In his Literary studies. 2554.51 

Bailey, Samuel, 1791-1870. 

998. On the received text of Shakespeare's dra- 
matic writings and its improvement by Samuel 
Bailey. London : Longman, Green, Longman, and 
Roberts. 1862. viii, 266 pp. 8 G.3931.20 ; 2594.5 

In a bibliography of Bailey's works by Alexander Ireland in 
Notes and Queries (5th series, vol. 9), this work is described as 
vol. i. Vol. 2 was published in 1866. An autograph letter of 
the author, dated March 26, 1862, is inserted in 0.3931.20. 

Bale, John, 1495-1563. 

Kynge Johann, a play. London, 1838. Sin. 4 

G.3960.21 ; 2416.2 
Balmanno, Mary. 

999. Lines addressed to Thomas Crofton Croker, 
president of the Antiquarian society of Noviomagus, 
by Mrs. Balmanno, on his acquisition of Shake- 
speare's gimmel ring. Privately printed for the 
president and members of the Society of Novioma- 
gus, by J. D. Torrey. Neiu York, 1857. 8 pp. Por- 
trait of Croker. 4 No. 8 in G.60a.21 
Balmanno, Robert, 1780 . 

1000. A testimonial to Mrs. Mary Cowden 
Clarke, author of the Concordance to Shakespeare. 
Ne-w York, 16 February, 1852. For subscribers only. 
(2), 10 pp. Portrait. 8 No. 7 in G.3940.12 

The most of this paper appeared originally in the New York 
Whig review. Accompanying it are a circular in reference to 
the testimonial chair, expense account, and the response of Mrs. 
Clarke. An autograph letter of Balmanno is inserted in No. 12 
in 0.3942.26. 

Baity, P. 

Editor of Six tales from Shakspeare by C. LAMB. 
Bandello, Matteo, 1480-1561. 

La prima, seconda, terza parte de le novelle 
del Bandello. In Lvcca per il Bvsdrago. i">54- 
3 v. Sm. 4 G.4074.3 

The 22d novel, part i, is regarded as one of the sources of 
" Much ado about nothing." The 9th novel, part 2, contains the 
story of " Romeo and Juliet," and in the 36th novel, part 2, are 
most of the incidents of " Twelfth night." The 33d novel, part 2, 
is referred to as a source of " Thomas Lord Cromwell." 

Bandos de Verona, comedia. See F. de ROJAS- 

ZORILLA. 
Banks, G. Linnaeus. 

1001. England's minstrel king, song and chorus, 
written and composed expressly for performance at 



the tercentenary festivals at London and Stratford- 
upon-Avon, in commemoration of the birth of 
Shakespeare, the words by G. Linnasus Banks, the 
music by G. A. Macfarren, sung by Sims Reeves. 
London: Music publishing co. [1864.] 6pp. F 

No. 13 in G.4060.3 
An autograph letter of G. L. Banks is in No. 16 in 6.3942.27. 

Barante, Amable Guillaume Prosper Brugiere, 

baron de, 1782-1866. 

Translator of Hamlet. See No. 789. 
Barbaz, Abraham Louis, 1770-1833. 

Othello, of de jaloersche zwart, hekelspel. See 
No. 78oa. 
Barbier, Henri Auguste, 1805 . 

Translator of Julius Caesar. See No. 806. 
Barclay, James? 

1002. An examination of Mr. Kenrick's Review 
of Mr. Johnson's edition of Shakespeare. London : 
W. Johnston. 1766. xii, 91, (i) pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3924.8 
Baretti, Giuseppe, 1716-1789. 

1003. Discours sur Shakespeare et sur Monsieur 
de Voltaire par Joseph Baretti. Londres, J. Nourse. 
1777- (4) 185, (i) pp. Sm. 8 G.3911.1 ; G.3911.2 

0.3911.1 was the author's copy, and has his manuscript anno- 
tations, together with a portrait. In 0.3911.2, which is on large 
paper, is inserted a portrait of Voltaire. 

Barnes, Barnabee, 1569 . 

The divils charter : a tragaedie. London. 1607. 
Sm. 4 G.4014.10 

According to the " Biographia dramatica," the play is formed 
after the model of" Pericles." In Act v., sc. i, Hamlet's solilo- 
quy on Yorick's skull is imitated. 

Barnett, Miss. 

Translator of Songe d'une nuit d' e"te by J. B. RO- 
SIER. 
Bamfield, Richard, 1574 . 

The encomion of Lady Pecunia. London, 1598. 
^Reprinted, 1816.] 4 G.3947.31 ; 2571.5 



In the collection of 
found the verses in the 



Poems : in diuers humors " are to be 



ound the verses in the " The Passionate pilgrim " commencing 
If musique and sweet poetrie agree," "As it fell upon a day," 

nd "Whilst as fickle fortune smilde." There is a stanza in 
praise of Shakespeare in the poem " A remembrance of some 
English poets." 

Barnstorff. D. 

Schliissel zu Shakspeare's Sonnetten. See Nos. 
749' 750. 
Barret, J. V. 

1004. Shakspere fresh chiselled on stone, by J. 
V. Barret. London. Dean and son. [1858.] 14 
plates. Sm. 8 G.3952,22 ; G.3952.23 

Humorous illustrations. In the second copy the pictures are 
colored. 

Barrow diggers, a dialogue. See No. 260. 
Barry, Spranger, 1719-1777. 

FOOTE, S. Treatise on the passions. 

JEMMAT, C. On seeing Mr. Barry perform the 
parts of Othello, Romeo, Jassier, and Castalio. In 
her Miscellanies. 
Barry, Thomas. 

Editor of The Tempest. See No. 633. 
Barry Cornwall, pseudonym of B. W. PROCTER. 
Barth, C. L. 

1005. Zur hundertjahrigen AuffuhrungdesTrau- 
erspiels Hamlet, Prinz von Danemark, von Shake- 
speare. Zusammengestellt von C. L. Barth. Berlin: 
E. Litsass 1 Erben. [1877.] (8) pp. F 6590.1 

Contains a copy of the programme of the performance of 
Hamlet, Dec. 17, 17/7, together with the " Kollen-Besetzung des 
Trauerspiels vom 17 Dez., 1777, bis 17 Dez., 1877," including 278 
performances. 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Bartlet Bekk 



Bartlet, William Stoodley, 1809 . 

Oration. See LOWELL Shakspeare memorial. 

Bartlett, John. 

Familiar quotations. See QUOTATIONS. 
Barton, Richard. 

Of Shakespeare. In his Farrago. 
Barton, Thomas Pennant, 1803-1869. 

1006. Description of a copy of the first folio edi- 
tion of the plays of Shakespeare, now in the collec- 
tion of T. P. Barton. New York. 1860. \_C. A. 
Alvord, printer.~\ 22pp. L. 8 

No. r in G.60a.22 ; No. 2 in G.3240.4 

Twenty copies privately printed. 

1007. Shakspeariana ; or, a complete list of all 
the works relating to Shakspeare. Compiled by T. 
P. B. New York. 2 v. Manuscript. 4 G.4062.1 

This catalogue, extending over more than 1000 pages and all 
in Mr. Barton's own handwriting, is divided into the following 
classes : The ancient quarto plays ; The ancient collected edi- 
tions ; Modern editions ; Poems ; Spurious plays ; Plays altered ; 
Detached criticisms; Biographical and literary notices; Ireland 
forgery; Anniversaries, festivals, etc. ; Engravings, autographs, 
etc. ; Translations ; and Shaksperian books. Full titles and col- 
lations of the works are given, together with numerous notes 
and references to illustrative works or articles under the titles. 

There are also in the library several blank books, 0.4017.1, 
containing lists of books wanted, and other memoranda of Mr. 
Barton's relating to his collections. 

1008. Letters in reference to his library. 1842- 
1864. 2 scrap-books. 4 G.52.8 

Contents. 1. Letters to Rodd, Bohn, Pickering, Smith. 2. 
Letters to Smith, Penington, etc. 

1009. Letters to T. P. Barton in reference to his 
library. 1834-66. 4 scrap-books. 4 G.52.9 

Contents. 1. Letters from the Rodds. 2. From Rich, Pick- 
ering, and Smith. 3. From Smith and Penington. 4. From 
Penington, etc. 

0.52.10 contains bills from various booksellers. 

1010. List of Shakespeariana wanted. Manu- 
script. 2 v. 4 G.52.7 

1011. Lists of books wanted. Scrap-book. 4 

G.51.2 

1012. Lists of magazines, portraits, autographs, 
etc., wanted. Scrap-book. F G.51.1 

1013. Wanted to purchase the books enumerated 
in this catalogue. J. R. Smith. London. [1857.] 
16 pp. 8 No. i, 3, 12 in G.3950.5 

List of books wanted by Mr. Barton. No. 12 has his correc- 
tions. 

WYNNE, J. Private libraries of New York. 
Bathurst, Charles. 

1014. Remarks on the differences in Shake- 
speare's versification in different periods of his life, 
and on the like points of difference in poetry gener- 
ally. London: J. IV. Parker and son. 1857. (4)> 
218 pp. Sm. 8 G.3935.20;' 2598.11 
Baudissin, Wolf Heinrich Friedrich Carl, Graf 

von, 1789-1878. 

The translator of thirteen of Shakespeare's plays, see Nos. 
831, 834, 837, 841, 843, 845, 846, and 854. He also probably assist- 
ed in the translation of" Shakspeare's Vorschule," No. 914, and 
" Vier Schauspiele von Shakspeare," No. 915. 

Bauernfeld, Eduard von, 1802 . 

Translator of two of the Poems. See No. 903. 
Bauglian, Rosa. 

Editor of " Shakespeare's plays." See No. 157. 
Baumgart, Hermann. 

1015. Die Hamlet-Tragodie und ihre Kritik. 
Von Hermann Baumgart. Konigsberg. Har- 
tungsche Buchdruckerei. 1877 [1876]. viii, i6<5 pp. 
8 ' G.73.23 
Beale, Miles. 

1016. A lecture on the times and the play of 
Richard the third, delivered in Crosby Hall, Novem- 

10 21,5,79. 73 



her 8th, 1843, by Miles Beale. London : published 
at the request, and for the benefit, of the Crosby Hall 
literary and scientific institution. 1844. 40 pp. 
Illustrated. 8 No. 5 in G.3937.32 

Beatrice and Hero ; the cousins. See M. C. 

CLARKE. Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. 
Beauties. 

Beauties of Shakspeare. See QUOTATIONS. 

Beauties of Shakspere, a lecture. See J. WISE. 
Becket, Andrew. 

1017. A concordance to Shakespeare : suited to 
all the editions, in which the distinguished and par- 
allel passages in the plays of that justly admired 
writer are methodically arranged. To which are 
added three hundred notes and illustrations, entirely 
new. London: G. G. J. and J. Robinson. 1787. 
viii, 470 pp. 8 G.3921.1 

" ' Written by a son of Becket the bookseller.' 
The above is the handwriting of the late Rev. H. Meen, who 
also wrote on the boards of this copy, 

' Nonsense precipitate like running lead, 

Flows through the chinks and crannies of his head,' 
and letter'd the vol.: 'A. B.'s nonsense on Shakespeare.'" 
Manuscript note on the fly-leaf . 

1018. Shakspeare's himself again : or the lan- 
guage of the poet asserted : being a full but dispas- 
sionate examen of the readings and interpretations 
of the several editors. The whole comprised in a 
series of notes, sixteen hundred in number, and fur- 
ther illustrative of the more difficult passages in his 
plays, to the various editions of which the present 
volumes form a complete and necessary supplement. 
By Andrew Becket. In 2 v. London : printed by 
A. J. Valpy. 1815. 8 G.3931.17 

No. 2 in 0.3930.15 is the prospectus for this work with a 
slightly different title, " Proposals for printing, by subscription, 
Shakespeare set free ; or, the language of the poet asserted . . . 
London, 1812." 8 pp. 

Beckford, William, 1760-1844. 

1019. L'ltalie et 1'Angleterre chacune dans un 
des ses enfans. Londres : Clarke. 1802. (4), 26 
pp. Sm. 8 No. 3 in G.3914.19 

The half-title is " Michel Ange en rapport avec Shakspeare." 
This work is ascribed to Beckford by Barbier in his' " Diction- 
naire des ouvrages anonymes." 

Bee, The ; or companion to the Shakespeare gal- 
lery. See H. REPTON. 
Beeton, S. O. 

1020. 1564. 1864. Shakspeare memorial. 5. 
O. Beeton. London. 48 pp. * Portraits. Illustra- 
tions. 4 G.50.3 ; G.61.2 ; G.182.8 ; 2590.7 

The compiler was assisted by W. O. Hunt and Edward Gibbs. 
Halliwell's "Life of Shakspeare" furnished much of the mate- 
rial. 

Beever, Susanna. 

Book of reference to Shakespeare. See QJJOTA- 
TIONS. 
Beisly, Sidney. 

1021. Shakspeare's garden or the plants and 
flowers named in his works described and defined. 
With notes and illustrations from the works of other 
writers. By Sidney Beisly. London : Longman, 
Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green. 1864. xx, 
172 pp. 8 G.3945.14 ; 4598.7 
Bekk, Adolf. 

1022. William Shakespeare. Eine biographische 
Studie von Adolf Bekk. Festgabe zum 300 jahri- 
gen Jubilaum der Geburt des Dichters am 23 April, 
11:64. Munchen, 1864. E. A. Fleischmann. 84 pp. 
Sm. 8 No. 3 in G.3914.17 

1023. Shakespeare und Homer. Ein Beitrag zur 
Literatur und Biihne des englischen Dichters von 
Adolf Bekk. Pest. A. Hartleben. 1865. (8), 160 
pp. Sm. 8 G.3914.21 ; No. i in G.3914.22 



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Contents, Speersanger [Homer], Speerschiittler [Shake- 
speare] und Speerfreund [GcrvinusJ ; Die Griechen vor Troja, 
Schauspiel von Shakespeare, fur die moderne BUhne frei bear- 
beitet. 

Bellamy, D., junior. 

Joint author of "The modern receipt." See No. 
189. 
Bellamy, George Somers. 

New Shaksperian dictionary. See QUOTATIONS. 
Bell, Robert, 1800-1867. 

Editor of the Poems. See No. 734. 

Shakespeare's Sonnets. (Fortnightly review, 
Aug., 1866. London.} 5362.1.5 

A review of G. Massey's " Shakespeare's Sonnets." 

Bell, William. 

1024. Shakespeare's Puck, and his folkslore, 
illustrated from the superstitions of all nations, but 
more especially from the earliest religion and rites 
of northern Europe and the Wends. By William 
Bell. London : printed for the author. 1852 [,6o]. 
Vol. i, 2. Engravings. 12 G.3955.3 

The title-page of Vol. 2 reads "Shakespeare's Puck and his 
folkslore, illustrated from the superstitions of all nations. Vol.2. 
With a final chapter of proofs of Shakespeare having lived in 
Germany." In the " Mor^enblatt fur gebildete Leser, Dec. n, 
1853, No. 7 in G.ooa. 24, is an article entitled " 1st William 
Shakespeare in Deutschland gewesen?", having especial refer- 
ence to this work. A third volume was published in 1864. In 
vol. i and in G.6oa.24 are inserted autograph notes of Dr. Bell. 

Belleforest, Francois de, 1530-1583. 

Translator of HAMBLET. 
Bellew, John Chippendele Montesquieu, 1823- 

1874. 

1025. Shakespere's home at New place, Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon. Being a history of the "Great 
house " built in the reign of King Henry vu., by Sir 
Hugh Clopton, knight, and subsequently the prop- 
erty of William Shakespere, gent., wherein he lived 
and died. London, Virtue brothers and co. 1863. 
xv, (i), 380 pp. Illustrated. Sm. 8 

G.3943.30 ; 4598.20 

Six folded sheets contain pedigrees of the Shakespeare, Ar- 
den, Clopton, John Ji Combe, Underbill, Hales, Nash, Forster, 
and Hathaway families. 

Belsham, William, 1753-1827. 

On Shakespeare. In his Essays. 
Benda, Joliaiin Wilhelm Otto, 1775-1832. 

Translator of Hamlet. See No. 835. 
Benedix, Roderich Julius, 1811-1873. 

1026. Die Shakespearomanie. Zur Abwehr. 
Von Roderich Benedix. Stuttgart. J. G. Cotta. 
1873. iv, 446 pp. 8 6596.10 

MAAS, M. Unsere deutschen Dichterheroen und 
die sogenannte Shakespearomanie. 
Beuton, Myron B. 

" Shakespeare and the musical glasses." (Apple- 
ton's journal, April, 1879. Neva York.} 5401.1.6 
Bergh, L. Ph. C., van der. 

Bloemlezing uit de dramatische Werken. See 
QUOTATIONS. 
Berlin, Germany. 

MEISSNER, J. Die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in 
Berlin. 

Berlioz, Louis Hector, 1803-1869. 

1027. Grande overture du Roi Lear tragedie de 
Shakspeare, dedie"e a Mr. Armand Bertin et compo- 
se"e par Hector Berlioz. CEuvre 40. Paris, A. Cat- 
elin et cie. F No. 5 in G.4060.1 

The score for the orchestra. 

Romeo et Juliette, symphonic dramatique. See 
No. 824. 

Bernays, Michael. 

1028. Zur Entstehungsgeschichte des Schlegel- 



schen Shakespeare von Michael Bernays. Leipzig: 
S. Hirzel. 1872. vi, 260 pp. 8 No. i in G.73.11.1 

Relates especially to the translation of " Midsummer-night's 
dream" and "Romeo and Juliet," which were the first of the 
plays published by Schlegel. 

Editor of the dramatic works. See No. 845. 
Shakespeare ein katholischer Dichter. (Deutsche 
Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahrbuch, 1865.) 

G.3910.4.1 ; 4593.1.1 
A review of A. F. Rio's "Shakespeare." 

Bestrafte Brudermord, Der. Tragcedia. See No. 

8703. 
Betterton, Thomas, 1635-1710. 

Editor of Henry iv, see No. 274; and of "The 
sequel of Henry iv, see No. 290. 

Portraits of Betterton are to be found in 6.3923.14.1 ; No. 10 in 
6.3941.22; G.ooa. 20; G. Cabinet 1.12. 

Beyle, Marie Henry, 1783-1842. 

1023. Racine et Shakspeare, etudes sur le roman- 
tisme, par De Stendhal (Henry Beyle). Nouvelle 
Edition entierement revue et considerablement aug- 
mente"e. Paris, M. Levy freres. 1854. (2), 324 pp. 
18 G.3912.7; 1067.23 

In the latter part of the volume are several miscellaneous 
pieces. 

Bible. 

EATON, T. R. Shakespeare and the Bible. 

POTWIN, L. S. Shakspearian glossary for our 
English Bible. 

POWNALL, A. Shakspere weighed in an even 
balance. 

QUOTATIONS. Brown, J. Bible truths, with Shak- 
spearian parallels. 

Watson, SirF. Religious and moral sentences 
culled from Shakespeare. 

REES, J. Shakespeare and the Bible. 

WORDSWORTH, C. On Shakespeare's knowledge 
and use of the Bible. 

There are several cuttings from newspapers on this subject in 
6.3930.12 and 0.3940.5. 

Bibliography. 

Included under this head are the auction and book-sellers' 
catalogues in the Shakespearian Collection, as most of them 
contain bibliographical notes of more or less value. 

ADOLPHUS, J. L. 

1030. Catalogue of the library of J. L. Adol- 
phus, comprising . . . works of Shakespeare and 
Shakespeariana. Sold by Sotheby and Wilkinson, 
June n, 1863. [London.^ (2), 122 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3950.21.2 

ALLIBONE, S. A. Shakespeare's life and bibliog- 
raphy. 

BANGS, brother and co. 

1031. Bibliotheca curiosa et selecta. Catalogue 
of collections of books, Shakspeare and Shakspea- 
riana . . . sold May 12, 1853. New York. 96 pp. 
8 No. i in G.3951.20 

BANGS, Merwin and co. 

1032. Catalogue of a collection of books . . . 
with Shakespeariana and editions of Shakespeare. 
Sold Jan. 30, 1861. 40 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3951.20 

" The Shakespeariana, and I believe several of the other 
works, were from the collection of Richard Grant White." 
Barton. 

BARTON, T. P. Shakspeariana. 
- Wanted to purchase the books in this cata- 
logue. 

BIRMINGHAM free libraries. Catalogue of the 
Shakespeare memorial library. 



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BLADES, W. Shakspere and typography. 

BODLEIAN Library, Oxford. Catalogue librorum 
impressorum. 

BOHN, H. G. Bibliographical account. 

BRITTON, J. Remarks on the life and writings 
of Shakspeare. 

BRUNET, J. C. Manuel du libraire. 

BURTON, W. E. 

1033. Shakspeariana Burtonensis ; being a cata- 
logue of the extensive collection of Shakspeariana 
of the late W. E. Burton, forming part of his histri- 
onic library. Neiu York: J. Sabin and co. 1860. 
72 pp. 8 G.293.6 ; G.3950.25 ; G.3950.26 ; 6200.2 

6.3950.26 has a portrait, and an autograph letter of Burton, 
dated Aug. 24, 1850, and is interleaved and priced, with the 
names of the purchasers. 6.3950.25 contains auctioneer's bills 
and newspaper cuttings, including one by R. G. White, from 
the World, O<5t. 23, 1860, describing the sale. 6.293.6 is the cata- 
logue of the whole collection, the Shakespearian part being pp. 
33S-4S3. 

CALCRAFT, J. W. 

1034. Shakspeariana. A catalogue of the library 
of a gentleman, . . . comprising editions of the 
works of Shakspeare, etc. Sold by Wheatley, May 
25,1837. [London.] (2), 40 pp. Sm. 8 G.3951.8 

Priced, with names of purchasers. The name Cole has been 
written upon the title-page, and the volume is so lettered upon 
the back. There is inserted an autograph note of Calcraft. 

CALVARY, S. und Co. 

1035. Shakespeare in Deutschland. Verzeich- 
niss einer Sammlung deutscher Uebersetzungen und 
Erlauterungs-Schriften des Shakespeare. Berlin, 
1864. 14, (2) pp. Sm. 8 No. 7 in G.3950.23 

CAMBRIDGE, England. Shakespeare memorial 
library. Catalogue. 

CAPELL, E. Catalogue of Shakespeariana. 

CATALOGUE. 

1036. Catalogue written by desire of the Mar- 
quis of Bute, and containing, or intended to contain, 
every edition of Shakespeare, and all commentaries, 
etc., regarding that author. 52pp. [1805?] Manu- 
script. F G.50.20 

CHETWOOD, W. R. The British theatre. 
COHN, A. Shakespeare-Bibliographie. 

COOLEY, J. E. 

1037. Catalogue of Elizabethan and dramatic lit- 
erature. [Sale March i.] Netv York, 1865. 44 pp. 
8 No. 4 in G.3951.20 ; No. 2 in 6153.] 3 

CZERMAK, Karl. 

1038. Shakespeareiana. Verzeichniss von Schrif- 
ten von und iiber Shakespeare. Zur Feier des 300- 
jahrigen Jubilaums am 23. April, 1864. Herausge- 
geben von der BuchhandlungKarl Czermak in Wien. 
16 pp. 8 No. 8 in G.3950.23 ; No. i in G.3910.12 

DANIEL, G. 

1039. Catalogue of the library of G. Daniel. 
Sold by Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, Julv 20, 
1864. {London.} v, 222 pp. 8 G.3950.22 

Priced, with names of purchasers. Inserted is a cutting from 
the London Times, July 28, 1864, relating to this sale, at which 
the first folio sold for 716 2S, and the first edition of Richard III 
for 351 155, the highest prices ever paid. 

DEUTSCHE Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. 
Katalog der Bibliothek. 

ELLIS, F. S. 

1040. New catalogue of ancient and modern 
books, including a collection of Shakespeariana. 
London. [1864?] Pp. $5-66. 8 

No. ii in G.3950.21.2 
ENSLIN, T. C. F. 

1041. Bibliothek der schonen Wissenschaften 
oder Verzeichniss der vorziiglichsten, bis zur Mitte 



des Jahres 1845 in Deutschland erschienenen Ro- 
mane, Gedichte, Schauspiele. Leipzig, 1837, 46. 
2 v. 8 G.3916.18 

FRIESEN, H. F. von. Briefe iiber Hamlet. 

FURNESS, H. H. New variorum edition. See 
No. 123. 

GANCIA. 

1042. Catalogue of the library of M. Gancia. 
Sold by Sotheby and Wilkinson, June 27, 1856. 
{.London.} (2), 42 pp. 8 No. 7 in G.3950.21.1 

GENE"E, R. Geschichte der Shakespeare'schen 
Dramen in Deutschland. 

GRAESSE, J. G. T. Tresor de livres rares. 2150.3 
HALL, H. T. Shaksperian statistics. 
HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. 
Brief hand-list of books, manuscripts, etc., 1859. 
Brief hand-list of selected parcels, 1876. 

1043. Catalogue of a collection of Shaksperian 
and dramatic literature, chiefly consisting of the 
books used for the first five volumes of Mr. Halli- 
welPs folio edition of Shakespeare ; sold by Sotheby 
and Wilkinson, May 23, 1856. 36 pp. 8 

Inserted is an autograph note of Mr. Sotheby. 

1044. A catalogue of a collection of Shaksperian, 
dramatic, and philological literature ; collected by a 
well-known author. Sold by Sotheby and Wilkin- 
son, May i, 1857. {.London.} 73 pp. 8 

No. 8 in G.3950.21.1 

1045. A catalogue of books, illustrative of the 
English drama . . . Sold by Sotheby and Wilkin- 
son, June 13, 1859. ( 2 )> 36 pp. 8 

No. ii in G.3950.21.1 

Catalogue of books . . . illustrative of the life 
and works of Shakespeare, in the Shakespeare Li- 
brary and museum in Henley Street, 1868. 

1046. Catalogue of rare and curious books, illus- 
trative of the English drama . . . the property of a 
well-known Shakespearian commentator. At the 
same time the mortgage deed bearing the signature 
of Shakespeare. Sold by Sotheby and Wilkinson, 
June, 1858. (2), 29 pp. 8 No. 9 in G.3950.21.1 

1047. Catalogue of reprints and fac-similes, illus- 
trative of early English and Shaksperian literature ; 
the impressions of which are mostly confined to 26 
or 30 copies. Sold by Sotheby and Wilkinson, Feb. 
2, 1861. 32 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.3951.19 

No. 12 in G.3950.21.1; No. i in 6153.13 

No. 12 in 6.3950.21.1 is priced. 

Catalogue of Shakespeare-study books, 1876. 

Catalogue of the Warehouse library, 1876. 

Early editions of Shakespeare, 1857. 

Garland of Shakespeariana, 1854. 

Hand-list of Shakespeariana, 1862. 

List of works illustrative of Shakespeare, 1867. 

Shakesperiana. Catalogue of the early editions. 
1841. 

Skeleton hand list of the quarto editions, 1860. 

HAZLITT, W. C. Hand-book to the dramatic lit- 
erature of Great Britain. 

IRELAND, S. 

1048. Catalogue of books, paintings . . . the 
whole of the Shakesperian library and the entire 
collection of Shakesperian papers of Lear, Hamlet, 
Vortigern, etc. Sold by Leigh, Sotheby and son, 
May 7, 1801. (2), 34 pp. 8 G.3953.17 

Inserted are cuttings from " The Monthly mirror," giving 
the prices and purchasers of the Shaksperian library. 

JADIS, H. 

1049. A catalogue of some books in the posses- 



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sion of H. Jadis. London : printed by J. Moyes. 
1826. (2), 48 pp. 8 No. i in G.3950.14 

Only 25 copies printed. Contains a Catalogue of Shakspear- 
iana, pp. 37-48. No. 7 in 6.3951.19 is another copy of this 
Shakspeariana. 

1050. Catalogue of the library of a collector. 
Sold by Mr. Evans, March 3, 1828. [London : print- 
ed by W. Nicol-l (2), 28 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3950.14 
Priced and interleaved. 

JOLLEY, T. 

1051. Catalogue. No. 3 in G.3950.21.1 
The Shakespearian portion only, pp. 43-66. Inserted is an 

autograph letter of Mr. Jolley, dated March 19, 1841. 

KlNNARD, . 

1052. [Catalogue of books sold 'by Sotheby, 
April 17, 1822. London.] Pp. 27-30. 8 

No. 2 in G.3956.21.1 

On p. 27 is written " Kinnard's Sale at Sotheby's, Ap. 17, 22. 
Sold very cheap. Haslewood." 

KNORTZ, C. An American Shakespeare bibliog- 
raphy. 

LANGBAINE, G. Account of the English dramat- 
ick poets. 

Momus triumphans. 

LENOX, J. Shakespeare's plays in folio. 
LOWNDES, W. T. Bibliographer's manual. 

Shakespeare and his commentators. 
MALONE, E. Catalogue of works illustrating the 

British drama. 

MERES, F. Witts academy. 

In this work, which was first published in 1598, under the title 
" Palladis Tamia," are these passages : " As the soule of Eu- 
phorbus was thought to Hue in Pythagorus : so the svveete wittie 
soule of Quid Hues in mellifluous and hony-tongued Shake- 
speare, witnesse his Venus and Adonis, his Lucrece, his sugred 

Sonnets among his priuate friends, etc Shakespeare 

among the English is the most excellent in both kinds for the 
stage ; for comedy, witnesse his Gentlemen of Verona, his Errors, 
his Loue labors lost, his Loue labours wonne, his Midsummers 
night dreame, and his Merchant of Venice : for tragedy, his 
Richard the second, Richard the third, Henry the fourth, King 
lohn, Titus Andronicus and his Romeo and luliet." p. 623. 
This is the earliest list of Shakespeare's works. 

MORGAN, H. H. Topical Shakespeariana. 

MOULIN, J. Notice de la collection Shakespeari- 
ennef. 

Omtrekken eener algemeene Litteratuur over 
Shakspeare. 

PATERSON, Samuel. 

1053. A catalogue of a well chosen library of 
books, containing near five thousand volumes, in 
most languages, arts and sciences. Which will be- 
gin to be sold, December 8th, 1748. By Samuel 
Paterson, bookseller. At Shakespear's Head, oppo- 
site Durham Yard, in the Strand. (2), 57 pp. Sm. 
8 G.3951.4 

This is the earliest catalogue in which the first folio is named 
in the list of important works for sale. 

PROLEGOMENA to the dramatick writings. 
REED, I. Lists of editions and pieces of criticism. 
See Nos 31, 32, 41 and 55. 
RODD, H. 

1054. Part n. Catalogue of ancient and modern 
books, in various languages, containing many early 
English plays, old poetry, and rare books. London, 
1851. (2), 39 pp. 8 No. 6 in G.3950.28 

RODD, T. 

1055. English dramatic literature. Catalogue of 
an extensive collection of plays; early masques and 
pageants; a large series of Shakesperiana [etc.]. 
London. 1835. (2), 62 pp. 8 No. i in G.3950.28 

1056. Shakspeariana ; a list of editions of the 
works of Shakspeare, and of books illustrative of his 



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life and writings. On sale by Thomas Rodd, Lon- 
don, [1841 ?] Pp. 235-242. 8 No. 3 in G.3950.28 

1057. Shakspeariana. A list of an extensive col- 
lection of editions of the works of Shakespeare. On 
sale by Thomas Rodd. London, [1845.} 2 4 PP- 8 Q 

No. 4 in G.3950.28 

SCHLEGEL, A. W. von. Katalog [seiner] Biicher- 
sammlung. 

1058. Shakspeare Literatur in Deutschland. 
Vollstandiger Catalog sammtlicher in Deutsch- 
land erschienenen Uebersetzungen W. Shakspeare's 
sowohl in Gesammt-als Einzel-Ausgaben, aller be- 
ziiglichen Erlauterungs-und Erganzungsschriften, 
wie endlich aller mit ihm in irgend einerBeziehung 
stehenden sonstigen literarischen Erscheinungen. 
Von 1762 bis Ende 1851. Supplement zu alien 
Uebersetzungen und Erlauterungsschriften W. 
Shakspeare's. Cassel, E. Balde. 1852. 44 pp. 16 

No. i in G.3950 23 

Mostly taken from Enslin's " Bibliothek der schonen Wissen- 
schaften." The Vonvort is signed D. H. 

1059. Shakspeare's wqrks translated. In Ger- 
man. \_Gedrukt bij M. P. Lughten, te Kampen. 
1853.] 12 pp. 8 No. 9 in G.3950.23 

SILLIG, P. H. Die Shakespeare-Literatur. 
SMITH, A. R. 

1060. Shakespeariana. A catalogue of books, 
pamphlets, etc., illustrating the life and writings of 
Shakespeare. On sale by A. R. Smith. London. 
1871. 50 pp. Illustrated. 8 *6596.3 

1061. Catalogue of old English literature, on 
sale by A. R. Smith. London. O<5t., 1873. 32 pp. 
8 No. 7 in G.3950.5 

1062. Shakespeariana. A catalogue of books 
illustrating the life and works of Shakespeare. Lon- 
don, 1876. (2), 21 pp. 8 G.74.6 

SMITH, J. R. 

1063. Smith's old book circular. No. 35. Lon- 
don : April nth, 1859. 8 No. 10 in G.3950.21.1 

1064. Shakespeariana. A catalogue of books, 
pamphlets, etc., illustrating the life and writings of 
Shakespeare. London, 1864. 35, (i) pp. 8 

No. 8 in G.3950.5 ; No. 3 in G.3950.21.2 
No. 3 in G.3951.19 

No. 8 in 6.3950.5 is printed on green paper and has written 
upon the title-page, " One of five copies printed on different paper 
to the rest of the impression. J. R. Smith." This volume also 
contains numerous cuttings from auction and sales catalogues. 

1065. Shakespeariana. A catalogue of books, 
pamphlets, etc., illustrating the life and writings of 
Shakespeare. 1870. 37, (i) pp. 8 

No. i in G.3951.19 
SOTHEBY, Wilkinson and Hodge. 

1066. Catalogue of a selection from the libraries 
of two collectors, comprising copies of the Folios, 
Venus and Adonis, Edinburgh, 1627, relics from the 
only scion of Shakespeare's mulberry tree. Sold 
March 21, 1864. London. (2), 28 pp. 8 

Nos. 5, 7 in G.3950.21.2 
The second copy is on thick paper. 

1067. Catalogue of the library of A. Turner. 
Also of Lucy Aikin : and some Shakesperiana. Sold 
by Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, April 12, 1864. 
Pp. 25-50. 8 No. 6 in G.3950.21.2 

Contains the Shakesperiana only. 

THIMM, F. Shakspeariana from 1564 to 1871. 
TIMMINS, S. Hamlet. See No. 221. 
TITE, Sir W. 

1068. Catalogue of books, manuscripts, auto- 
graph letters, and engravings. Sold by Sotheby, 
Wilkinson and Hodge, May 18, 1874. (2), 288 pp. 
8 6162.26; 6162.27 

6162.27 ' s priced. 



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Bickerstaff Biography 



TURNER, T. 

1069. Catalogue of the library, comprising a col- 
lection of standard English works, . . . also the 
magnificent illustrated Shakspeare, in 44 volumes. 
Sold by PuttSck and Simpson, June 20, 1860. (2), 
90 pp. 8 No. i in G.3950.24 

The Shaksperiana, pp. 52-80, is priced. 

TYRREL, J. 

1070. Catalogue of an extensive collection of 
fine and rare prints, illustrative of the works of Wil- 
liam Shakspeare, including all the rare portraits of 
the bard, and scenic prints in choice proof state. 
Also a capital collection of Shakspeariana. Col- 
lected by John Tyrrel. To be sold by Rodd and 
Maddox. London, 1850. (4), 33 pp. 8 

G.3950.29 ; G.3951.12; No. 5 in G.3950.28 

In 0.3950.29 is the following note : "This Catalogue is bound 
to correspond with the binding of the books described in it, with 
the exception of the front and bottom edges being gilt there 
are only four copies done on thick paper in this manner, and H. 
Rodd b'egs T. P. Barton's Esq. acceptance of it. Aug. 22, 1850." 
There are two different title-pages, and the volume is inter- 
leaved. In 6.3951.12 there are two copies of the Catalogue, 
differing only in the title-pages. 



WATT, R. Bibliotheca Britannica. 



2150.13 



WILSON, J. 

1071. Shaksperiana. Catalogue of all the books, 
pamphlets, etc., relating to Shakspeare. To which 
are subjoined, an account of the early quarto edi- 
tions of the great dramatist's plays and poems, the 
prices at which many copies have sold in public 
sales ; together with a list of the leading and es- 
teemed editions of Shakspeare's collected works. 
London : printed for John Wilson. 1827. xli, 69 
pp. Sm. 8 G.3951.5; G.3951.6; G.3951.7 

In 0.3951.5 are the original pages xxxvii, x_xx\ iii of the pref- 
ace, which were afterwards cancelled. 0.3951.7 is a large paper 
copy. 

WILSON, J. 

1072. No. 8. December, 1863. A miscellane- 
ous catalogue of useful, interesting, and curious old 
books, including . . . Shakesperiana, etc. John Wil- 
son, London. 48 pp. Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.3950.21.2 

1073. No. 9. 1864. A miscellaneous catalogue 
of useful, interesting, and curious old books, includ- 
ing many relating to Shakespeare. John Wilson, 
London. 48 pp. Sm 8 No. 2a in G.3950.21.2 

WINSOR, J. Bibliography of the original quartos 
and folios. 

Shakespeare's poems. A bibliography. 
Bickerstaff, Isaac. 

1074. Judith, a sacred drama : as performed in 
the church of Stratford upon Avon, on occasion of 
the Jubilee held there, September 6, 1769, in honour 
of the memory of Shakespeare. The words by Mr. 
Bickerstaff, the music by Dr. Arne. London : W. 
Griffin. [1769?] (2), ii, 19 pp. 4 G.3950.4 

The words only. 

Bicknell, John Laurens. 

Analysis of the play of Hamlet. In his Original 
miscellanies. G.3937.15 

Bigelow, Horatio R. 

1075. Hamlet's insanity. [Chicago. 1873.] 7 pp. 
8 No. 9 in G.3940.8 

A separate impression of an article in the " Chicago medical 
journal," Sept., 1873. 

Biller, Clara. 

Ein spanischer Shakespeare Kritiker. (Deutsche 
Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahrbuch, 1872.) 

A criticism on Moratin. See No. 956. 4593.1.7 

Biography. 

Included in this list are articles in periodicals and works relat- 
ing to Shakespeare's various supposed occupations, his learning 
and religious belief. 



ALL about Shakespeare. 

ALLIBONE, S. A. Shakespeare's life. 

AUBREY, J. Lives of eminent men. 

BEETON, S. O. Shakespeare memorial. 

BEKK, A. William Shakespeare. 

BELLEW, J. C. M. Shakespere's home. 

BERNAYS, M. Shakespeare ein katholischer Dich- 
ter. 

BIOGRAPHY of Shakspeare. (Saturday review, 
Sept. 8, 15, Oct. 27, Dec. 22, 1866. London.} 5320.50 

BLADES, W. Shakspere and typography. 

BLOUNT, Sir T. P. De re poetica. 

BRITTON, J. Remarks on the life. See No. 54. 

Shakspeare. 

BROWN, C. A. Shakespeare's autobiographical 
poems. 

BROWN, D. P. Sketches of the life of Shak- 
speare. 

BODENSTEDT, F. William Shakespeare. See 
No 844. 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Medical knowledge of Shake- 
speare. 

CAMPBELL, J. Shakespeare's legal acquirements. 

CAMPBELL, T. Remarks on the life and writings. 

CARCANO, G. Vita di Shakspeare. See No. 922. 

CHALMERS, A. Life of Shakspeare. See No. 44. 

CHETWOOD, W. R. British theatre. 

CLARKE, M. C. Biographical sketch. See No. 
114. 

COLLIER, J. P. Life of Shakespeare. See No. 72. 

New facts regarding the life. 

Traditionary anecdotes. 
CONTEMPORARY notices of Shakespeare. [British 

quarterly review, July, 1857. London.] 

No. i in G.3941.22 

CORNEY, B. Argument on the assumed birthday. 

DE QUINCEY, T. Shakspeare a biography. 

DOWDEN, E. Shakspere : A critical study of his 
life. 

Shakspere. 

DRAKE, N. Shakspeare and his times. 

DYCE, A. Memoir of Shakespeare. See Nos. 99, 
112, 128. 

ELZE, K. F. William Shakespeare. 

EMERSON, R. W. Representative men. 

ESCHENBURG, J. J. Ueber W. Shakspeare. 

EVANS, E. P. Youth [etc.] of Shakespeare. 

EVANS, J. Progress of human life. 

FAMILY of Shakspeare. (Tewkesbury yearly reg- 
ister and magazine. 1834.) G.3941.7 

FARMER, R. On the learning of Shakespeare. 

FLEAY, F. G. Shakespeare manual. 

Introduction to Shakespearian study. 
FRENZEL, K. Dichter und Frauen. 
FRITZART, F. War Shakspeare ein Christ? 
FULDA, C. William Shakespeare. 
FULLER, R. F. Shakspeare as a lawyer. 
FULLOM, S. W. History of Shakespeare. 
FURNIVALL, F. J. See No. 135. 

GUIZOT, F. P. G. Shakspeare et son temps. 
HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Descriptive calen- 
dar of ancient manuscripts. 

Illustrations of the life of Shakespeare. 



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Last days of Shakespeare. 

Life of Shakespeare. See No. 90. 

Life of William Shakespeare. 

New boke about Shakespeare. 

Shakesperian facsimiles. 

HARPER, S. B. A. Was Shakespeare a Catholic? 
HART, J. S. Summary outline of the life. 
HARVEY, W. Memoir. See No. 61. 
HAZLITT, W. Life of Shakspeare. See No. 86. 
HEARD, F. F. The legal acquirements of Shake- 
speare. 

HERAUD, J. A. Shakspere, his inner life. 
HUDSON, H. N. Life of Shakespeare. See No. 82. 

Shakespeare : his life. 

HUGO, V. M. William Shakespeare. 

HUNTER, J. New illustrations of the life. 

HUNTER, R. E. Shakespeare and Stratford. 

INGLEBY, C. M. Shakespeare, the man and the 
book. 

JEREMIAH, J. Notes on Shakespeare. 

KENNY, T. Life and genius of Shakespeare. 

KNIGHT, C. William Shakspere : a biography. 
- Biography. See Nos. 70, 77, 91 and 132. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakespeare. 

LA PLACE, P. A. de. Vie de Shakespeare. See 
No. 798. 

LE TOURNEUR, P. Vie de Shakespeare. See No. 
788. 

LIEBAU, G. William Shakespeare's Leben und 
Dichten. 

LIFE and beauties of Shakspeare. Boston, 1850. 
12 G.77.8 

1076. Life and times of Shakespeare : a<5lor and 
dramatist. London : H. Vickers. Price one fenny. 
[1864?] 16 pp. Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.3941.22 

The Chandos portrait is on the title-page. 

Life of William Shakspeare. See No. 36. 

1077. The life of William Shakspeare. Inter- 
spersed with a variety of authentic and interesting 
anecdotes. Dublin : printed by A. O'Neil. 1822. 
(2), iii, 40 pp. 12 G.3941.5 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 
See No. 96. 

MALONE, E. Life of William Shakspeare. See 
Nos. 32, 41, and 55. 

MASSEY, G. Shakspeare's Sonnets. 

MEIJER, J. H. . Shakespeare, eene kritische Le- 
vensschets. 

MEYER, J. Das Leben Shakspeares. 

MZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses ceuvres et ses 
critiques. 

MORAL character of Shakespeare. [Meliora, 1863? 
London .?] No. 5 in G.3940.5 

MOTIVES and struggles of Shakespeare in settling 
in London. (National quarterly review, March, 
1873. Ne-w York.} 7374.1.26 

NEIL, S. Shakespere a critical biography. 

Newspaper cuttings relating to Shakespeare's life 
and works. Pph. v. 4 G.60a.l9 

OPZOOMER, C. W. Shakespeare, de dichter. See 
Nos. 537 and 539. 

OULTON, W. C. Memoir of Shakespeare. See 
No. 732. 

PROCTER, B. W. Memoir. See No. 71. 

Rio,-A. F. Shakespeare. 



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ROWE, N. Some account of the life. See No. n. 

RUSHTON, W. L. Shakespeare a lawyer. 

RUSSELL, E. R. The religion of Shakspeare. 

RYAN, R. Dramatic table talk. 

SAUPE, E. J. Shakespeare's Lebens- und Ent- 
wicklungsgang. 

SEVERN, C. Shakspeare. 

Shakespear. (Cabinet cyclopaedia. London, 
1837.) 398.3.2 

Shakespeare's character and early career. (Brit- 
ish quarterly review, July, 1875. London.) 3173.1.62 

Shakspeare's personal history. (Southern review. 
July, 1868. Baltimore.) 5392.52.4 

Shakspeare. (Quarterly review, July, 1871. Lon- 
don.) 5368.1.131 

Shakspeare a seaman. (St. James' magazine, July, 
1862. London.) No. 30 in G.3940.5 

1078. Shakspeare : was he a Christian ? By a 
cosmopolite. Ne-wcastle-under-Lyme : T. Bayley. 
1862. 15 pp. Sm. 8 No. 4 in G.3943.12 

Shakspere. (Cabinet portrait gallery of British 
worthies. London, 1845.) 840.10.5 

1079. Shakspere : his life and times ; with a crit- 
ical account of his writings, and a description of 
Stratford-upon-Avon, and the neighbourhood. $. 
Grieves. [London, 1847 ?] 8 pp. 8 

No. 20 in G.3941.22 

1080. Shakspere : his life and writings. A lec- 
ture given at the Tattenhall Reading room, on Mon- 
day evening, March 5, i85<>. London : Longman, 
Bro-wn and co. 35 pp. Sm~8 No. 7 in G.3943.12 

Signed J. P. . 

SIEVERS, E. W. Shakspeare. Sein Leben ~und 
Dichten. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakspeare. 

SMITH, C. R. The rural life of Shakespeare. 

STAUNTON, H. Some account of the life. See 
No. 105. 

STEARNS, C. W. Shakespeare's medical knowl- 
edge. 

SYMMONS, C. Life. See No. 62. 

THOMS, W. J. Was Shakspeare ever a soldier? 

TSCHISCHWITZ, B. Das Leben Shakespeare's. 
See No. 846. 

TWEDDELL, G. M. Shakspere : his times and 
contemporaries. 

ULRICI, H. Geschichte Shakespeare's.' See No. 
843- 

VALPY, A. J. Life of Shakspeare. See No. 67. 

WALTER, J. Shakespeare's home and rural life. 

WARD, J. Diary. 

Was Shakspeare a Catholic? (Rambler. July, 
1854.) No. 20 in G.3940.5 

1081. Was Shakespeare a lawyer? Being a se- 
lection of passages from "Measure for measure" 
and "All's well that ends well : " which point to the 
conclusion that their author must have been a prac- 
tical lawyer; and in which many obscurities are 
made clear, and some apparent corruptions in the 
text are attempted to be restored by an application 
of a knowledge of English law. By H. T. London: 
Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1871. (4), 
41 pp. 8 6593.2 

Was Shakspeare a Roman Catholic? (Edinburgh 
Review. January, 1866.) No. 25 in G.72.7.1 

What was the religion of Shakespeare? (Ram- 
bler, March, 1858.) 8 No. 19 in G.3940.5 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Birch Bodenstedt 



WHEELER, C. H. Essay on the life. See No. 64. 
WHELER, R. B. History and antiquities of Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon. 

WHINCOP, T. Scanderbeg. 

WHITE, R. G. Memoirs. See No. 102. 

William Shakespeare. 

William Shakespeare, attorney at law and so- 
licitor in chancery. 

WINSTANLEY, W. Lives of English poets. 

WINTERFELD, A. W. E. von. Shakespeare. Nach 
authentischen Quellen. 

In 6.3910.8, 6.3950.8, 0.8941.22, and 0.3941.24, are numerous 
ruttings from newspapers and magazines giving accounts of 
Shakespeare's life. 

Birch, William John. 

1082. An inquiry into the philosophy and relig- 
ion of Shakspere. By W. J. Birch. London : C. 
Mitchell. 1848. (4), iii, 547, Hi pp. Sm. 8 

G.3925.13; 2598.9 

Birmingham free libraries, Birmingham, Eng- 
land. 

1083. Catalogue of the Shakespeare memorial 
library. By J. D. Mullins. Birmingham : printed 
by J. Allen. [2d part : printed for the Free libra- 
ries Committee.} 1872-1875. 3 v. 8 *6208.15 

Contents. 1. First part. English editions of Shakespeare's 
works. 2. First part: second section. English editions of the 
separate plays and of the poems. 3. Second part : section one. 
Works on, or illustrative of, Shakespeare and his times. 

This library, consisting of about 7,000 volumes, was almost 
totally destroyed by fire, Jan. n, 1879. In 0.8942.27 are several 
circulars, subscription lists, and newspaper cuttings in reference 
to the foundation of the library, as well as other cuttings describ- 
ing its destruction. 

Birthday register. See QUOTATIONS. 
Bishop, Henry Rowley, 1786-1855. 

1084. Lo here the gentle lark, sung by Mrs. 
Franklin, accompanied on the flute by Mr. Cuddy 
at Niblo's concerts. The words from Shakspeare, 
the music by Henry R. Bishop. 7 pp. F 

No. 44 in 8050.12 

1085. The songs, duetts, and glees, in Shak- 
speare's play of Twelfth night, performed at the 
Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. The words selected 
entirely from Shakspeare's plays, poems and son- 
nets, the music composed selected and arranged, 
for the voice and piano forte, by Henry R. Bishop. 
London, printed by Goulding, D^Almaine, Potter, 
and co. [1820.] 8, 83 pp. F No. i in G.4060.11 

Contents. Overture; Full many a glorious morning; Who 
is Sylvia? what is she? Orpheus; Come o'er the brook; A cup 
of wine; Take all my loves; Cesario; O, by rivers; O, how 
much more doth beauty; Age and youth; Bid me discourse; 
When that I was a little tiny Doy. 

The music to F. Reynolds' adaptation of "Twelfth night" as 
an opera. See Genest's " English stage," vol. 9, pp. 99, 100. 

Bisset, J. 

1086. The jubilean dramatic pageant; contain- 
ing the invitation, or the call of the counties, Shake- 
speare's dream, the sweet blossomed crab, the gos- 
sipping ghosts, and the joys of the jubilee ; with a 
great variety of original comic sketches. Respedl- 
fully inscribed to the president and members of 
the Stratford-on-Avon Shakesperian society. By J. 
Bisset. Proprietor of the Paragon pidture gallery, 
Leamington. J. Fairfax. [1827?] vi, 32, (2) pp. 
Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.3942.15 

Another title on the cover reads "Bisset's (anticipated) joys 
of the jubilee, at Stratford-on-Avon, in commemoration of the 
anniversary birth day of the immortal Shakespeare." 

Blades, "William, 1824 . 

1087. Shakspere and typography ; being an at- 
tempt to show Shakspere's personal connection 
with, and technical knowledge of, the art of print- 
ing. Also, remarks upon some common typograph- 
ical errors with special reference to the text of 



Shakspere. By William Blades. London : Triib- 
nerandco. 1872. viii, 78 pp. 8 6592.2 

In an appendix is " A list of some biographies of Shakspere, 
and of such works as refer to the dramatist's special knowledge 
of any subject." 

Blind. Books for the blind. See Hamlet, No. 254 ; 

and Julius Caesar, No. 339. 
Blount, Sir Thomas Pope, 1618-1679. 

De re poetica : or remarks upon poetry with char- 
acters and censures of ... poets. London, 1694. 
Sm. 4 G.4076.22 

There is a notice of Shakespeare on pp. 202-6, together with 
manuscript notes by Wm. Oldys, to whom, as well as to Isaac 
Reed, this copy belonged. 

Boadeu, James, 1762-1839. 

1088. An inquiry into the authenticity of various 
pictures and prints, which, from the decease of the 
poet to our own times, have been offered to the 
public as portraits of Shakspeare : containing a 
careful examination of the evidence on which they 
claim to be received ; by which the pretended por- 
traits have been rejected, the genuine confirmed 
and established. Illustrated by accurate and fin- 
ished engravings, by the ablest artists, from such 
originals as were of indisputable authority. By 
James Boaden. London: R. Triphook. 1824. (4), 
iii, (i), 143 pp. 4 G.3940.26 

There is inserted an autograph memorandum of Boaden in 
this copy, which is on large paper. The five portraits are proof 
impressions. 

1089. Same. London : R. Triphook. 1824. (4), 
v, (3), 206 pp. 8 G.3940.27 ; 2597.6 

1090. A letter to George Steevens, Esq. contain- 
ing a critical examination of the papers of Shak- 
speare ; published by Mr. Samuel Ireland. To 
which are added, extracts from Vortigern. By James 
Boaden. London : Martin and Bain, 1796. (4), 
72 pp. 8 G.3953.15 

"This tract first appeared in a newspaper entitled 'The Ora- 
cle,' edited by Boaden." Loivndes. 

1091. Same. Second edition. London : Mar- 
tin and Bain, 1796. (4), 72 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3953.29 ; No. 6 in G.3924.2 

A reprint simply of the first edition. 

1092. On the sonnets of Shakespeare identifying 
the person to whom they are addressed ; and eluci- 
dating several points in the poet's history. By 
James Boaden. London: T. Rodd. 1837. (4). 62 
pp. 8 G.3943.9; 2597.27 

Advocates the claims of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke. 

OULTON, W. C. Vortigern under consideration. 

WYATT, M. ? Comparative review of the opin- 
ions of Boaden. 
Boar's-Head Tavern, Eastcheap, London. See O. 

GOLDSMITH. 
Boaster: or, bully-huff catch'd in a trap, a droll. 

See No. 28ia. 
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. 

II decameron. Italia : F. Didot, 1816. 4 v. F 

G.3450.2 

" Giletta di Nerbona," giornata 3, nov. 9 is one of the sources 
of " All's well that ends well." " Bernab6 da Geneva," giornata 
2, nov. 9 contains a part of the plot of "Cymbeline." In the 
novel giornata 10, nov. i, is a suggestion of the incident of the 
chests in the " Merchant of Venice." 

II Filostrato. Fircnze, 1831. 8 2772.15.13 

This poem contains the story of " Troilus and Cressida." 

Bodenstedt, Friedrich Martin von, 1819 . 

Chapman in seinem Verhaltniss zu Shakespeare. 
(Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahr- 
buch, 1865.) G.3910.4.1; 4593.1.1 



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SHAKESPEARIANA 



Mrs. Siddons. Nebst einigen Bemerkungen iiber 
den Charakter der Lady Macbeth. (Deutsche Shake- 
speare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahrbuch, 1865.) 

G.3910.4.1 ; 4593.1.1 

1093. Shakespeare's Frauencharaktere. Von 
Friedrich Bodenstedt. Zweite unveranderte Au- 
flage. Berlin. 1876. A. Hoffman und Co. xiii, 
(3),354PP- 8 G.76.16; 6593.3 

The title on the cover is " Shakespeare's Frauengestalten." 

Shakespeare's Zeitgenossen und ihre Werke. In 
Charakteristiken und Uebersetzungen von Friedrich 
Bodenstedt. Berlin. 1858-1860. 3 v. 8 

G.3913.14; 4598.24 

Contents. 1. John Webster's Dramatische Dichtungen nebst 
Stiicken von Marston, Dekker und Rowley. 2. John Ford's 
Dramatische Dichtungen nebst Stiicken von Dekker und Row- 
ley. 3. Lillvi Greene und Marlowe, die drei bedeutendsten 
Vorlaufer Shakespeare's und ihre Dramatische Dichtungen. 

Full contents of these volumes and cross references to the 
authors will be given in the second part of this Catalogue. 

Ueber einige Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in Miin- 
chen. (Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Wei- 
mar. Jahrbuch, 1867.) G.3910.4.2 ; 4593.1.2 

William Shakespeare. Ein Ruckblick auf sein 
Leben und Schaffen, von F. Bodenstedt. See No. 
844. 

Editor of the Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft 
Jahrbuch, 1865, 1867. 

Translator of six plays in No. 844, of " King Lear," 
No. 875, and of the " Sonnets," No. 909. 
Boettger, Adolf, 1815 . 

Translator of Henry vi, parts i, 2, 3. See No. 
838. 
Boettiger, Carl August, 1760-1835. 

Szene aus Macbeth. (Minerva, 1820. Leipzig.} 

No. 3 in G.3915.8 

Gallerie zu Shakspere. Mit Andeutungen von C. 
A. Bdttiger. See M. RETZCH. 

These notes are in part the same as those in the " Minerva." 
Bonn, Henry George, 1796 . 

1094. A bibliographical account of the works of 
Shakespeare, including every known edition, trans- 
lation, and commentary. By Henry G. Bohn. 
Printed off separately from his enlarged edition of 
the Bibliographer's manual, with some additions. 
[London. 1863.] Pp. (4), 2253-2368. 8 2153.8 

An enlarged edition of Lowndes's " Shakespeare and his 
commentators." 

Book of familiar quotations. See QUOTATIONS. 
Book of Shakespeare gems. See G. F. SARGENT. 
Booker, Luke, 1762-1833. 

The springs of Plynlimmon : a poem. Wolver- 
hampton, 1834. Sm. 8 G.3946.14 

Contains references to Henry v and to the battle of Tewkes- 
bury. 

Booth, Edwin, 1833 . 

Booth's series of acting plays. See Nos. 416, 454, 
541, 578, and 597. 

A portrait of Booth is to be found in No. i in 6.83.1. 

Edwin Booth's prompt books. See Nos. 258, 369, 
581. 

"Othello" and "Katharine and Petruchio" have also been 
published. 

Borghers, Alphonse. 

Translator of Contes Shaksperiens, par C. LAMB. 
Boston, Massachusetts. 

Public library. Superintendent's Monthly report. 
See J. WINSOR. 

1095. Boston prize poems, and other specimens 
of dramatic poetry. Boston ^ J. T. Buckingham. 
1824. 130 pp. 12 G.3y46.12 



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" In September, 1823, the manager of the Boston Theatre 
offered a prize for the best ode or other poetical address suitable 
to be recited at the exhibition of a pageant in honour of Shak- 
speare." This was gained by Charles Sprague, and his poem is 
the first in the collection. Thirteen of the unsuccessful poems, 
together with prologues, etc., by Sprague, R. T. Paine, jun., 
Thos. Wells, A. Pope, S. Johnson, D. Garrick, S. Rogers, 
Sheridan, Byron and Scott, are also given. 

Boswell, James, the younger, 1779-1822. 

1096. A biographical memoir of the late Ed- 
mond Malone. London : printed by Nichols, son, 
and Bentley, 1814. [Not published.'] (4), 27 pp. 
8 ' No. i in G.3936.39 

A republication, with some additions, of an article which 
appeared originally in the " Gentleman's magazine." It is also 
given, together with an autograph letter of Boswell's, in vol. i 
of the edition of Shakespeare's works, No. 55. 

Essay on the phraseology and metre of the poet 
and his contemporaries. (MALONE, E. Life of 
Shakspeare.) 

This essay is also to be found in the first volume of the edi- 
tion of Shakespeare's works, No. 55. 

Editor of Shakspeare's works. See No. 55. 
Bosworth, England. 

BROOKE, R. Visits to fields of battle. 

HUTTON, W. The battle of Bosworth-field. 

THROSBY, J. Battle of Bosworth. 
Both, L. W., pseudonym of L. SCHNEIDER. 
Bottom the weaver, a droll. See Nos. 4833, and 

489. 

Boudoir Shakespeare. See No. 130. 
Bouncing knight, a droll. See No. 282. 
Bouzenot, Auguste. 

De quelques types nationaux en litte"rature. Ham- 
let, Faust, Don Juan. (France litte"raire, aout, 1833. 
Paris.) 8 No. 18 in G.3937.11 

Bow of Jonathan, a sermon. See R. HUNT. 
Bowdler, Thomas, 1754-1825. 

1097. A letter to the editor of the British critic; 
occasioned by the censure pronounced in that work 
on "Johnson, Pope, Bowdler, Warburton, Theo- 
bald, Steevens, Reed, Malone, et hoc genus omne, 
all the herd of these and Meibomiuses of the British 
School." (Vide British critic, April, 1822, p. 372.) 
By Thomas Bowdler, sole survivor of the above list, 
and editor of the Family Shakspeare. London : 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1823. 
40 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3940.12 

A defence of the omissions in the " Family Shakespeare." 

Editor of the Family Shakespeare. 4590a.lO 

In 6.3933.11 are short notices of the "Family Shakespeare," 
taken from the "Anti Jacobin," "Monthly Review," "British 
critic (Odt., 1807)," and " Christian observer." 

Bowen, Francis, 1811 . 

The battle of the commentators : restoration of 
the text of Shakespeare. (North American review, 
April, 1854. Boston.) No. 9 in G.3920.15 

Boydell, John, 1719-1804. 

1098. London, December i, 1786. Shakspeare. 
Mr. Alderman Boydell, Josiah Boydell and George 
Nicol propose to publish by subscription a most 
magnificent and accurate edition of the plays of 
Shakspeare in eight volumes [etc.]. Manuscript. 
3 pp. F No. 5 in G.50.29.2 

The original manuscript of the Prospedlus as first issued. 
For the edition see No. 39. The printed prospectus, dated May 
i, 1789, is to be found in 6.3951.38. Nos. 38, 39 in 6.51.6.1 are 
portraits of alderman Boydell taken from the " European Maga- 
zine." 

1099. The signatures of the subscribers to the 
Shakspeare. (i), 79 if. Vellum. 4 G.164.2 

This volume was purchased at the Turner sale, in 1860. It 
contains the autographs of George in, Queen Charlotte, George 
the Prince of Wales; the dukes of Roxburghe, Devonshire, 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Boydell Britton 



Marlborough, Bedford, Rutland, Bucking-ham; Earl Spencer; 
Marquis of Bute; Charles James Fox, Warren Hastings, 
Thomas Erskine, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, President of the 
Charleston Library society, and many other prominent men of 
that day. 

1100. A catalogue of the pictures [etc.] in the 
Shakspeare gallery Pall-Mail. London : sold at 
the place of exhibition. 1789. xvi, 95, (i) pp. Sm. 
8 No. i in G.3951.38 

The catalogue contains the Prospectus of Boydell's Shake- 
speare, a Preface by John Boydell and the passages from Shake- 
speare illustrated by the pictures. 

1101. Same. London : Printed by H. Baldwin. 
MDCCCX [1790]. xviii, (2), 143, (i) pp. Sm. 8 

G.3951.37 

An engraving of the Alto relievo has been inserted in this 
copy. 

1102. Same. London: printed for the proprie- 
tors, and sold at the place of exhibition. 1792. xiv, 
(2), 190, (4) pp. Sm. 8 G.3951.39 

At the end of this volume is a priced catalogue of the pictures 
which were sold. 

1103. A collection of prints, from pictures paint- 
ed for the purpose of illustrating the dramatic works 
of Shakspeare, by the artists of Great-Britain. Lon- 
don: John and Josiah Boydell, 1803. 2v. Portraits 
of Geo. in., and Queen Charlotte. 100 plates, 
proofs. F G.50a.2 

In No. 16 in 6.3940.4 are several newspaper cuttings relating 
to these pidtures and an advertisement of a lottery by James 
Ward of Stratford, in which the prizes were to be Boydell's edi- 
tion of Shakespeare together with 100 of the large prints. On 
the back of this is a letter from Mr. Ward, dated June 17, 1820, to 
J. Britton. 

1104. Boydell's lottery, to be drawn pursuant to 
Act of Parliament, contains 22,000 tickets, at three 
guineas each. [London, 1804.] 2 pp. 8 

No. 5 in G.3950.8 

1105. Plan of the Shakspeare lottery. [Printed 
by W. Buhner. London, 1804.] 8 pp. 4 

No. 5 in G.3950.8 

1106. Plan of the Shakspeare lottery. [Printed 
by W. Buhner. London, 1804.] 4 pp. 8 

No. 5 in G.3950.8 

1107. The Shakespeare gallery : a reproduction 
in commemoration of the ter-centenary anniversary 
of the poet's birth. MDCCCLXIV. London: L. Booth. 
1864. xxx, (i), 375 pp. 4 2596.21 

A photographic reproduction of the Boydell pictures, with the 
exception of the portraits of the King and Queen. A photograph 
of the statue of Shakespeare by L. F. Roubiliac is added. 

1108. The gallery of illustrations for Shake- 
speare's dramatic works originally projected and 
published by John Boydell reduced and re-engraved 
by the, heliotype process with selections from the 
text. Edited by J. Parker Norris. Philadelphia : 
Gebbie and Barrie. 1874. xv pp. 100 ff. 100 
plates. 4 4590.5 

1109. Boydell vs. Drummond. nth East 142. 
Court of King's Bench. Easter term. 49 Geo. in. 
May 25, 1809. (46) pp. Manuscript. Sm. 4 

G.3955.11 

A copy of a report of the case on a suit against one of the sub- 
scribers to Boydell's Shakespeare. 

JERNINGHAM, E. The Shakspeare gallery. 

REPTON, H. The Bee ; or, a companion to the 
Shakespeare gallery. 

SPOONER, S. Prospectus for publishing an Amer- 
ican edition, of Boydell's Illustrations of Shak- 
speare. 

Bracebridge, Charles Holte. 

1110. Shakespeare no deerstealer, or, a short 
account of Fulbroke park, near Stratford-on-Avon. 

ii 20,8,79. 



By C. Holte Bracebridge. London : Harrison and 
sons. 1862. (4), 32 pp. Illustrated. 8 

G.3943.28 ; No. i in G.3952.1 

Upon the title-page of 6.3943.28 is written " Mrs. Dixon Sten- 
sted from the writer." It also contains manuscript notes by 
the author. 

Inserted in 6. 3952.1 is an autograph letter of his dated Nov. 
J2, 1862, stating that this work was published for the benefit of 
the Shakespeare museum at Stratford. 

Brae, Andrew Edward. 

1111. Literary cookery with reference to matter 
attributed to Coleridge and Shakespeare. A letter 
addressed to " The Athenaeum." With a postscript 
containing some remarks upon the refusal of that 
journal to print it. London: J. R. Smith. 1855. 
iv, 12 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3920.14 ; No. 16 in G.3930.11 

"This pamphlet had been generally attributed to T. Crofton 
Croker. J. R. Smith however, writes to me under date of 
Sept. 25. iS6o, ' Letter cf Andrew Edward Brae, author of Lit- 
erary cookery. I never knew who it was till lately.' " Barton. 
" I had like to have got into trouble about this. I suppressed it 
after selling 20 copies. The Queen's Bench was moved to file a 
criminal information against me by Collier. The Judge re- 
fused ! " J. R. Smith's letter to Mr. Barton. 6.3920.14 has an 
autograph letter of Brae, dated Jan. 13, 1860. 

1112. Collier, Coleridge, and Shakespeare. A 
revieAV. By the author of "Literary cookery." 
London : Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts. 
1860 150 pp. 8 G.3920.28 
Braham, John, 1774-1831. 

Composer of the music of the four songs in the first book of 
"The taming of the shrew," No. 2 in 6.4060.11. No. 24 in 
6.51.5.1 is an autograph letter of Braham to J. Britton. 

Brayley, Edward Wedlake, 1773-1854. 

No. 58 in 6.51.5.1 is an autograph letter to J. Britton dated 
March 29, 1818, containing Shakespearian information. 

Bretzner, Christoph Friedrich, 1748-1807. 

Translator of Romeo and Juliet. See No. 892. 
Brewer, James Norris. 

1113. Histrionic topography : or, the birth- 
places, residences, and funeral monuments of the 
most distinguished actors. London, 1818. 8 

G.3923.17 

Inserted is an autograph letter of R. B. Wheler, dated June 
23, 1814, to Mr. Brewer, offering him assistance in relation to 
Stratford. 

Brink, Bernard ten, 1841 . 

Ueber den Sommernachtstraum. (Deutsche Shake- 
speare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahrbuch, 1878.) 
British theatre. See W. R. CHETWOOD. 

Brittou, John, 1771-1857. 

1114. Essays on the merits and characteristics 
of William Shakspere : also remarks on his birth 
and burial-place, his monument, portraits, and asso- 
ciations. With numerous illustrations. By John 
Britton. London : Appendix to Britton's autobio- 
graphy. 1849. (4)> U)> 6 4 vii (0 PP- 8 

G.3940.21 

The running title is " Farewell tribute to Shakspere." There 
is contained in this volume also " Brief accounts with illustra- 
tions of ancient barrows ; and of the Druidical temples of Ave- 
bury, and Stonehenge; Brief account of a design for the Nelson 
cenotaph, and British Naval museum ; Classified list of the lit- 
erary publications of J. Britton; Prospectus of the Auto-biogra- 
phy." Another title-page reads, " Appendix to Britton's Auto- 
biography . . . London : printed for the author, for distribution 
to the subscribers to the Britton testimonial." There are essays 
mentioned on this title-page which are not to be found in this 
copy. 

1115. A manuscript index to Shakespeare from 
the collection of John Britton. No. 12 in G.3940.15 

In this volume there are also two portraits of Britton, a cut- 
ting from the 6entleman's magazine, Feb., 1857, on "The late 
John Britton," notices of his works, a lecture ticket and poster, 
proofs, and various manuscript scraps relating to the " Shake- 
speare club," the portraits and illustrations of Shakespeare, etc. 

1116. Remarks on the life and writings of Wil- 
liam Shakspeare. With a list of essays and disser- 



Britton Brown 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



tations on his dramatic writings, etc. By John 
Britton. London : printed by C. Whittingham. 
1814. 34 pp. Sm. 8 G.3940.17 ; G.3940.18 

A separate impression of the introductory essay in Whitting- 
ham's edition, No. 54. Both copies are on large paper, of which 
only twenty-five were printed. They are interleaved and contain 
cuttings and manuscript letters and notes by Britton and others. 
The first was presented by the author to Lord Thurlow. 

1117. Same. Remarks on the life and writings 
of William Shakspeare. Written for Whittingham's 
edition of his plays in 1814, revised and much en- 
larged in March 1818. With a list of essays and 
dissertations on his dramatic writings. By John 
Britton. London ; printed by C. Whittingham. 
1818. 52pp. [Not for sale.~\ Illustrated. Sm. 8 

No. 4 in G.3940.15 ; G.3940.20 

6.3940.20 is on large paper and is interleaved. Inserted are 
an autograph letter of J. Britton and "Tributary lines to John 
Britton, by Thomas Clark." In 6.3940.15 are three proofs of this 
work. 

1118. Remarks on the monumental bust of 
Shakspeare, at Stratford-upon-Avon : with two 
woodcuts, representing front and profile views of 
the bust. London : published by the author, April 
23, 1816. To accompany a portrait engraved by 
William Ward, from a picture by Thomas Phillips. 
Printed by C. Whittingham, Chis-wick. 8pp. 8 

G.3940.19 ; No. 19 in G.3940.28 

6.3940.19 is on India paper. There are three copies, all proofs, 
in 0.3940.28. It was reprinted in his " Essays on the merits and 
characteristics." 

Rules for judging of Shakespeare, chiefly extract- 
ed from Upton's Observations on Shakespeare. 
Manuscript. No. i in G.3940.22 

Shakspeare, William. (Rees' Cyclopaedia. Lon- 
don, 1816.) 4 G.3940.16; No. 6 in G.3920.30 

Manuscript notes by Edward Du Bois are inserted in 
0.3940.16. It is interleaved, was Britton's own copy, and con- 
tains some corrections by him. 0.3920.30 is a corrected proof. 

1119. Autograph letters, circulars, etc. on Shake- 
spearian subjects, collected by John Britton. 2 
scrap-books. F G.51.5 

Contents. 1. Chronology of events in which J. B. has identi- 
fied himself with Shakspere and Stratford-on-Avon ; List of 
letters from R. B. Wheler, Capt. Saunders, H. Eginton, and 



Brooke, Arthur. 

The tragicall historye of Romeus and Juliet, writ- 
ten first in Italian by Bandell, and nowe in Englishe 
by Ar. Br. In cedibus R. Fotclli. [London, 1562.] 
Reprint. 4 



meeting at Stratford, Dec. 19, 1820; Letters on the proposed com- 
memoration, April 23, 1816, from J. Braham, Mr. Broughton, 
editor of Theatrical inquirer, F. Douce, J. Haslewood. I. D'ls- 
raeli, W. Linley, W. Miller, J. Perry, S. Rogers, R. Southey, 
J. M. W. Turner, W. Shield, R. B. Wheler; Letters to J. Brit- 
ton on his " Remarks on the life and writings of William Shak- 
speare," and other matters, 1814-1819, from G. Bullock, W. Ila- 
vell, W. Harris, J. Haslewood, J. Asperne, J. Taylor, T. Bos- 
well, J. Ward, T. Sharp, E. Du Bois, S. W. Singer, Earl of 
Essex, W. Linley, G. Cooke, J. R. Harrison, Joseph Hunter, W. 
Wordsworth, E. W. Brayley, J. Poole, S. Rogers, N. Drake, B. 
Oakley, Sir H. Ellis; 3 letters from Capt. J. Saunders; Cards 
relating to busts of Shakespeare ; Lists of works on Shakespeare 
for sale by J. Merridew, the second list crossed by an autograph 
letter of J . Merridew ; Restoration of the chancel of the church 
at Stratford, notes, circulars, advertisements, cuttings, Lines on 
the bust by H. Neele, etc., and letters from G. Long, F. Mad- 
den, D. Wilkinson, J. W. Burgon, W. Nicol, G. W. Field, E. 
Leyton, W. O. Hunt, H. Latham, Sir G. Philips, T. Willement, 
T. Phillips, J. Conolly, J. Sharp. 2. List of subscribers to the 
Shakespeare chair; Letters of W. Latham, J. Conolly, J. Leslie, 
J. Britton to J. Conolly, J. Ward, View of the chancel of the 
church at Stratford ; 10 letters from H. Eginton. architect, relat- 
ing to the restoration of the chancel, 1836-1839; Extradt from 
Dugdale's Warwickshire, in Britton's hand; Copy of memoranda 
by J. Britton; 10 letters of M.Leoni; G. Wilkins; R.Welch, A. 
Wivell ; Sketch of A. Wivell ; W. Fleet, W. Sawyer, J. Scriven. 

In vol. 2 are inserted some letters of J. Winsor. 

For an extended copy of Vernor and Hood's reprint of the 
first folio made by Mr. Britton, see No. 3. 

Brockmann, Johann Franz Hieronymus, 1745- 
1812. 

SCHINK, J. F. Ueber Brockmann's Hamlet. 
No. 43 in 0.51.6 is a portrait of Brockmann. 




Brooke, Henry, 1706-1783. 

Prologue to Othello, spoken by Mr. Garrick. In 
his Colleaion of pieces. G.3816.8.4 

Brooke, Richard. 

Visits to fields of battle, in England, of the fif- 
teenth century. London, 1857. 8 G.60.22 
Brough, Robert B., 1828-1860. 

1120. The life of Sir John Falstaff. Illustrated 
by George Cruikshank. With a biography of the 
knight from authentic sources, by Robert B. Brough. 
London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and 
Roberts. 1858. xx, 196 pp. 8 G.60a.32 ; 2594.10 

Inserted in 0.603.32 is a leaf on which is written " B. Lindsley, 
Esq., with regards of Geo. Cruikshank." There are 20 plates. 

Brough, William, 1826-1870. 

Perdita, or the royal milkmaid, a burlesque. See 
No. 699. 
Brougham, John, 1814 . 

1121. The minor drama. The acting edition. 
No. CLXIV. Shakspeare's dream. An historic pa- 
geant, with an allegorical introduction. By John 
Brougham, comedian. To which are added a de- 
scription of the costume, cast of the characters, en- 
trances and exits, relative positions of the perform- 
ers on the stage, and the whole of the stage business. 
As performed at the Academy of music, N. Y., Au- 
gust 2, 1858. Ne-w York: S.French. 7 pp. 12 

No. ii in G.3930.12 

Brown, Charles Armitage. 

1122. Shakespeare's autobiographical poems. 
Being his Sonnets clearly developed : with his char- 
acter drawn chiefly from his works. By Charles 
Armitage Brown. London: J. Bohn. 1838. viii, 
306, (i) pp. 8 G.3943.10; 2598.3 
Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872. 

1123. Sketches of the life and genius of Shak- 
speare : with illustrations. By David Paul Brown. 
Philadelphia : Rackliff and King. 1838. 62 [68] 
pp. 8 J G.3940.24 

Inserted is an autograph letter to Mr. Barton from Mr. Brown, 
dated March 15, 1863, in which he says, " I had the matter print- 
ed, and used it in place of a manuscript in short, it maybe con- 
sidered not as a finished work, but as mere notes for a speech. 
. . . These matters never passed into any hands but yours." 
There is also a photograph of the author, manuscript correc- 
tions of his, and six inserted pages (35-1 35-6). In 6.3940.11 
are four letters from Mr. Brown to Mr. Barton. 

Brown, Henry. 

1124. The Sonnets of Shakespeare solved, and 
the mysterv of his friendship, love, and rivalry re- 
vealed. Illustrated by numerous extracts from the 
poet's works, contemporary writers, and other au- 
thors, by Henry Brown. London: J. R. Smith. 
1870. (4), ii, 242 pp. 8 4593.6 

Advocates the claims of W. Herbert, Earl of Pembroke. 

Brown, Irving. 

1125. The character of the nurse's deceased hus- 
band, in "Romeo and Juliet." By Cream Curdle. 
Edited by W. Ord Hunter. Printed for the editor. 
20 pp. 8 No. 36 in G.3930.9 

The title on the cover is " Shakespeare made plain." On the 
fly-leaf is written, "E. H. Ammidown, with regards of Irving 
Brown." 

Brown, James, of Selkirk. 

1126. Bible truths with Shakspearean parallels, 



82 



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Brown Burgess 



being selections from Scripture, moral, doctrinal, 
and preceptial, with passages illustrative of the 
text, from the writings of Shakspeare. London : 
Whittaker and co. 1862. xx, 142 pp. 8 

G.3953.10 
The preface is signed Selkirk, ist May, 1862. 

1127. Bible truths, with Shakspearian parallels. 
By James Brown. Second edition, with illustrative 
notes and an index. London : Whittaker and co. 
1864. xxiii, 207 pp. 8 G.3953.11 

1128. Bible truths, with Shakspearian parallels. 
By J. B. Selkirk. Third edition, with illustrative 
notes and index. London : Hodder and Stoughton. 
1872. xx, 243 pp. 8 G.76.4 
Brown, O. Phelps. 

1129. Shakespearian annual almanac. Free to 
all. [Jersey City.~\ 1870, 1877. Illustrated. 16 

No. 9 in 4498.16 ; G.78.16 

The Almanac for 1870 contains " Shakespeare's Seven ages," 
and that for 1877 quotations from " The Tempest," together with 
advertisements of quack medicines. 

Browne, C. Elliot. 

Master Robert Shallow. A study of the Shake- 
speare country. (Eraser's magazine, April, 1877. 
London.'} 5187.1.n.s.l5 

Shakespeare's son-in-law. A study of old Strat- 
ford. (Fraser's magazine, April, 1874. London.*) 

5196.1.11.S.9 
Brueyre, Ernest. 

1130. Quatre imitations libres de Shakespeare. 
Hamlet, Othello, Richard in, Macbeth. Mono- 
drames en vers par Ernest Brueyre. Paris : A. 
Chaix et cie. 1876. 28 pp. 8 G.76.17 

Monologues consisting of a combination of several speeches 
of Hamlet, Othello, Richard and Macbeth. 

Bruno, Giordano, 1550-1600. 

KOENIG, W. Shakespeare und Giordano Bruno. 
Bruns, Th. 

Der Epilog zu Troilus und Cressida. (Deutsche 
Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahrbuch, 1877.) 

4593.1.12 
Bryan, George. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Bucknill, John Charles. 

Hamlet : a psychological study. (Journal of men- 
tal science, Oct. 1858. London.) No. 24 in G.3937.11 

King Lear : a psychological study. (Journal of 
mental science, April, 1859. London.) 

No. it in G.3930.9 

Macbeth : a psychological study. (Journal of men- 
tal science, July, 1858. London.) No. 14 in G.3937,28 

1131. The psychology of Shakespeare. By John 
Charles Bucknill. London : Longman, Brown, 
Green, Longmans, and Roberts. 1859. viii, 264 
pp. 8 G.3936.24 ; 2596.12 

Contents. Macbeth; Hamlet; Ophelia; King Lear; Timon 
of Athens; Constance; Jacques; Malvolio; Christopher Sly; 
Comedy of Errors. 

Three of the essays are reprinted from the "Journal of men- 
tal science." Inserted is an autograph letter of John R. Bart- 
lett, quoting Dr. Ray's opinion of this work. % 

1132. .Same. The mad folk of Shakespeare. 
Psychological essays. By John Charles Bucknill. 
Second edition, revised. London : Macmillan and 
co. 1867. xiii, (3), 333 pp. Sm. 8 G.77.2 ; 4598.8 

1133. The medical knowledge of Shakespeare. 
By John Charles Bucknill. London : Longman and 
co. 1860. vi, (2), 292 pp. 8 G.3943.17 
Buckstone, John Baldwin, 1802 . 

Shakspeare's drinking-bout : a tale of the toping 



at Bidford. (Colburn's new monthly magazine, 
March, 1839. London.) No. 16 in G.3940.7 

Budd, Thomas D. 

Editor of Shakespeare's Sonnets. See No. 757. 
Buechler, Hermann. 

1134. Shakspeare's Dramen in ihrem Verhalt- 
nisse zur Griechischen Tragddie in besonderer 
Hinsicht auf Shakspeare's "Julius Casar" und Hin- 
deutungen auf "Hamlet"; die "Orestias," "Aga- 
memnon," " Choephoren," " Eumeniden " des Aes- 
chilos ; die "Trachinierinnen" und "Oedipus auf 
dem KoloVios " des Sophokles von Hermann Biich- 
ler. Nurnberg, 1856. Verlag der v. 'Ebncr'schen 
Buchhandlung. 84 pp. 8 G.3912.18 
Buechner, Alexandre, 1827 . 

1135. Les derniers critiques de Shakspeare par 
Alexandre Biichner. [Caen.~\ Imprimerie de F. 
Le Blanc-Hardel. 1876. 41 pp. 8 G.74.8 

Extrait des Memoires de 1' Academic nationale des sciences, 
arts et belles-lettres de Caen. 

1136. Hamlet, le Danois par Alexandre Biichner. 
Paris : Hachcttc. 1878. x, 220, (i) pp. 8 4590a.l3 
Buerger, Gottfried August, 1748-1794. 

Translator of Macbeth. See No. 878. 

Bulfinch, Thomas, 1796-1867, and Stephen Green- 
leaf, 1809-1870. 
Editors of Shakespeare. See No. 153. 

Bulloch, John. 

1137. Studies on the text of Shakespeare : with 
numerous emendations, and appendices. By John 
Bulloch. London : Hamilton, Adams, and co. 1878. 
xii, 335 pp. 8 4599.32 
Bullock, Charles. 

1138. Shakspeare's debt to the Bible : with me- 
morial illustrations. By Charles Bullock. London : 
" Hand and heart" publishing offices. [1879.] 66 
pp. Portraits. Illustrations. 8 2597.40 

The quotations, pp. 36-52, are taken from Brown's " Bible 
truths." 

Bullock, Christopher, 1724. 

The cobler of Preston, a farce. See No. 623. 
Bunch, Mother. See PASOJJIL'S jests with Mother 

Bunches merriments. 
Buun, Alfred, 1798-1860. 

1139. Address recited at the Theatre in Strat- 
fore-on-Avon, on Tuesday the 3d of June, 1823, for 
the benefit of a fund now raising towards the erec- 
tion of a monument to the immortal memory of 
Shakspeare, by Alfred Bunn. Birmingham, T. 
Knottjr. 7 pp. Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.3941.34 
Bunnett, Fanny Elizabeth. 

Translator of Shakespeare commentaries by G. G. 
GERVINUS. 
Buonarotti, Michel Angelo, 1474-1564. 

BECKFORD, W. . Italie et 1'Angleterre. 
Burbage, Richard, I5o7?-i6i8. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. 

Memoirs of actors. 

There are portraits of Burbage in G.oba.S.a and in 6.50.11. 

Burgess, James. 

Notes on King Lear. In MILTON, J. Samson 
Agonistes. Calcutta, 1859. I2 G.3832.7 

Burgess, Thomas, Bishop of St. David's, 1756-1837. 

1140. Ode on the present state of English po- 
etry, occasioned by reading a translation of select 
parts of Shakespeare, Milton, Thomson, Warton : 
Simonides, Sophocles, and others. By Cornelius 
Scriblerus Nothus. With remarks. To which is 
added, a translation of a fragment of Simonides. 
Oxford: J. and J. Fletcher. 1779. 31, (i) pp. 4 

No. 13 in G.3947.2 ; G.3947.17 



Burghley Capell 



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The first copy has written upon the title-page, by J. Mitford, 
" By Burgess now Bp. of St. David's." 0.3947.17 contains the 
Ode only. 

Burghley, Feltham, pseudonym of C. A. WARD. 
Burgon, John "William, 1819 . 

Autograph letters to J. Britton. 

Nos. 77, 81, 88 in G.51.5.1 
Burgoyne, John, 1730-1792. 

Epilogue to The tempest. In his Dramatic and 
poetical works. G.3817.2.2 

Burn, John. 

The desolate island, a mask. See No. 653. 
Burnaby, Charles. 

Love betray'd, a comedy. See No. 682. 
Burton, John Hill, 1809 . 

Life of W. Spalding. (New Shakspere society. 
Series vm. No. i.) G.lll.3.1 

Burton, William Evans, 1804-1860. 

See BIBLIOGRAPHY, No. 1033. 
By, William. 

Richard in travestie. See No. 588. 
Caine, T. H. Hall. 

1141. Richard in and Macbeth : the spirit of 
romantic play in relationship to the principles of 
Greek and of Gothic art, and to the picturesque in- 
terpretations of Henry Irving; a dramatic study, by 
T. H. Hall Caine. London: Simpkin, Marshall 
and co. 1877. 4 6 PP- 8 4594.11 
Cains Marius, History and fall of. A tragedy by 

T. Otway. See No. 599. 
Calcraft, John William. 

See BIBLIOGRAPHY, No. 1034. 
Caldecott, Thomas. 

Editor of Hamlet and As you like it. See Nos. 
143, 144 and 146. 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro, 1600-1681. 

MUNTADAS, J. F. Discurso sobre Shakspeare y 
Calderon. 

ULRICI, H. Ueber Shakspeare's Verhaltniss zu 
Calderon und Gothe. 
Calvert, Charles, 1828 . 

Editor of The second part of Henry the fourth, 
No. 289, and of Henry the fifth, No. 296. 
Calvert, F. B. 

1142. Ode to Shakspeare : suggested by his ter- 
centenary. By F. B. Calvert. Edinburgh : W. El- 
gin and son. 1864. 32 pp. Sm. 8 

No. 2 in G.3942.21 
Cambon, Maria Gertruid de, gebooren van der 

Werken. 

Translator of Hamlet, No. 770, and of King Lear, 
No. 776. 
Cambridge, England, Free library. Shakespeare 

memorial library. 

1143. '[Catalogue. Cambridge : printed by Fois- 
ter and Jagg. 1874.] Pp. 87-105, (i). 8 G.73.14 

This Memorial library, comprising 1,011 volumes, is, with the 
exception of 41 volumes, the sole gift of Henry Thomas Hall. 

Campbell, Alexander. 

1144. The beauties of Shakespeare, selected from 
the works of this admirable author. By Alexander 
Campbell. London: Tegg and Castleman. 1804. 
(2), 238 pp. Engraving. 12 G.3956.7 

This appears to be simply Dodd's " Beauties," with the ex- 
ception that some of the extracts are omitted from their place 
under the plays and put at the end under the heading " Miscel- 
laneous extracts." The index is also omitted. 

Campbell, John, \st baron, 1779-1861. 

1145. Shakespeare's legal acquirements consid- 
ered. By John Lord Campbell, in a letter to J. 
Payne Collier. London: J. Murray. 1859. 117 
pp. 8 G.3943.20; 385.12 



S 4 



1146. Same. Netv York: D. Appleton and co. 
1859. H6 PP- 12 G.3943.19 ; G.63.3 ; 2598.21 

6.63.3 contains manuscript notes by Henry Giles. 

Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. 

Remarks on the life and writings of William 
Shakspeare. [London : Moxon. 1838.] Pp. ix-lxxii. 
8 G.3936.15 

The introductory part of Moxon's edition. 

Same. In Lives of British dramatists. Philadel- 
phia, 1846. 16 4549.50 
Capell, Edward, 1713-1781. 

1147. Catalogue of Mr. CapelPs Shakesperiana ; 
presented by him to Trinity College Cambridge, 
and printed from an exa<5t copy of his own MS. 
1779. (10) ff. 8 G.3950.13 

30 copies only were printed by Geo. Steevens. This copy is 
interleaved, ana contains a manuscript note by Thomas Calde 
cott. 

Same. In HARTSHORNE, C. H. Book rarities in 
the University of Cambridge. 2124.5 

History of the origin of Shakspeare's fables. See 
No. 731. 

1148. Notes and various readings to Shake- 
speare, part the first; containing All's well that 
ends well, Antony and Cleopatra, As you like it, 
Comedy of errors, Coriolanus, Cymbeline, Hamlet, 
i Henry iv, 2 Henry iv, with a general glossary. 
London, E. and C. Dilly. [1774.] 4 G.60.16 

In Bonn's Lowndes the date of this edition is given as 1759, 
which is evidently a mistake, as the Advertisement YS dated 
Dec. 20, 1774, and in a note appended to the Advertisement nrint- 
ed in 1779 are these words : " The ' Notes, first part" was printed 
in '74, and publish'd then by itself." 

1149. Notes and various readings to Shake- 
speare. London : printed by H. Hughs, for the 
author. [1779-83.] 3 v. Portrait. 4 G.60.15 

Contents. \, Parti. To the reader; Dedication, by John Col- 
lins; Glossary; All's well that ends well; Antony and Cleopa- 
tra; As you like it; Comedy of errors; Coriolanus; Cymbeline; 
Hamlet; Henry iv, part i, 2. Part 2. Henry v; Henry vi, 
part 1,2,3; Henry vm ; Julius Csesar ; King John ; King Lear ; 
Love's labour's lost; Anecdotes of Fastolf; Errata. 2. Part 3. 
Macbeth; Measure for measure; Merchant of Venice; " Merry 
wives of Windsor; Midsummer night's dream; Much ado about 
nothing; Othello; Richard n; Richard III. Part 4. Romeo and 
Juliet; Taming of the shrew; Tempest; Timon of Athens; Ti- 
tus Andronicus; Troilus and Cressida; Twelfth-night; Two 
gentlemen of Verona; Winter's tale; The plays' order and date; 
Essay on Verse ; Errata. 

Volume the third. The School of Shakespeare : 
or, authentic extracts from divers English books, 
that were in print in that author's time ; evidently 
shewing from whence his several fables were taken, 
and some parcel of his dialogue; also, further ex- 
tracts, from the same or like books, which or contrib- 
ute to a due understanding of his writings, or give 
light to the history of his life, or to the dramatic 
history of his time. With a preface, and index of 
books extracted. 

The third volume contains also an " Index, of words and 
phrases;" " Notitia dramatica; or, tables of ancient plays, (from 
their beginning, to the restoration of Charles the second) so 
many as have been printed, with their several editions : faith- 
fully compiled, and digested in quite new method, by E. C. 
With a preface." 

The first part of Volume i is simply the " Notes " issued in 
1774, with a different Advertisement and a dedication by the ed- 
itor. The second part of vol. i and the first part of vol. 2 were 
printed in 1770, and the second part of vol. 2 in 1780. The work 
was published, according to Nichols, in 1783. 

1150. Prolusions ; or, selecl: pieces of antient 
poetry, compil'd with great care from their several 
originals, and ofter'd to the publick as specimens of 
the integrity that should be found in the editions of 
worthy authors, in three parts ; containing, i. The 
notbrowne mayde ; Master Sackvile's Induction ; 
and, Overbury's Wife : n. Edward the third, a play, 
thought to be writ by Shakespeare : in. Those excel- 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Capell Catalogues 



lent didaclic poems, intitl'd, Nosce teipsum, writ- 
ten by Sir John Davis : with a preface. London : 
J. and R. fotison. 1760. Sm. 8 

G.4016.10; 4023.10.1 

The different pieces are separately paged. 

Editor of the dramatic works, No. 22, and of An- 
tony and Cleopatra, No 163. 

Capell's Introduction to his edition of Shakespeare has been 
reprinted in the editions Nos. 27, 41, 42 and 55, and his Various 
readings in the editions Nos. 26 and 27. In 6.4020.8.1 ; 6.3945.6.1 ; 
0.60.15.1 and G.ooa.S.i are portraits of him. 

COLLINS, W. Letter to G. Hardinge. 
Capell's ghost, a parody. See G. HARDINGE. 
Capitals. Shakspere's use of capital letters. See 

No. 425. 
Carcano, Giulio. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works. See Nos. 415, 
811, 922 and 934. 
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. 

1151. Shakespeare's Jubilee. A masque. By 
George Saville Carey. London : T. Becket. 1769. 
23 pp. 8 No. 9 in G.3942.3 
Carlo, Viani. 

Editor of Henry iv. See No. 281. 
Carlyle, Thomas, 1795 . 

The hero as poet. Dante ; Shakspeare. In his 
On heroes, hero-worship. 
Carr, William Holwell, 1759-1830. 

Editor of Istoria di due nobili amanti da L. PORTO. 
Carrington, James. 

The modern receipt, a comedy. See No. 189. 
Carruthers, Robert. 

Editor of Chambers's household edition. See No. 
108. 
Cartwright, Robert. 

1152. The footsteps of Shakspere ; or a ramble 
with the early dramatists, containing much new and 
interesting information respecting Shakspere, Lyly, 
Marlowe, Greene, and others. London : J. R. 
Smith. 1862. iv, (2), 186 pp. 8 C G.3943.21 

An autograph letter of Cartwright is in 6.4061.17. 

1153. Papers on Shakspere. By Robert Cart- 
wright. London : J. R. Smith. 1877. (2), 45 pp. 
8 G.75.3 

Contents. On the succession of Shakspere's earliest plays; 
Shakspere and Marlowe; Shakspere, Sidney, and Spencer; 
Shakspere, Jonson, and Marston ; 'Edward III'; ' Henry vm '; 
'The two noble kinsmen '; ' As you like it.' 

1154. Shakspere and Jonson. Dramatic, versus 
wit-combats. Auxiliary forces : Beaumont and 
Fletcher, Marston, Decker, Chapman, and Webster. 
London : J. R. Smith. " Twelfth night" 1864. 
(2), 122 pp. Sm. 8 No. 4 in G.3924.3 

Editor of the Sonnets. See No. 748. 
Casati, Giovanni. 

1155. Shakespeare ovvero II sogno di una notte 
d'estate. Ballo in quattro parti di Giovanni Casati 
riprodotto dai signori Salvatore Taglioni e Gustavo 
Carey pel Real Teatro S. Carlo. Napoli dalla 
tipografia Flautina 1855. 16 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4053.4 

The subject of the ballet is taken from the " Songe d'une nuit 
d'^teV' a comic opera by Rosier and Leuven. 

Cassell's illustrated Shakespeare. See No. 116. 

1156. Cassell's Shakspeare tercentenary pocket 
keepsake 1864. [London.] 32 pp. 32 G.3942.22 

An almanac devoted to an account of Shakespeare and quota- 
tions from his works. 

Castelvines y Moiiteses. See VEGA CARPIO. 

Castrated letter of Sir T. Hanmer. See P. NICH- 
OLS. 



Catalogues. 

Catalogues containing bibliographical matter will be found 
under Bibliography. 

BOYDELL, J. Catalogue of pictures. 

CALLENDER, Charles. Shakspeare circulating 
library, Boston, Mass. Catalogue. Boston, 1820. 
16 6206.17 

1157. Catalogue of books . . . including Shak- 
speare's own Prayer book ! On sale by John Par- 
tridge, Wellington, Salop. 16 pp. 8 

No. 7 in 6160a.8.3 

1158. Catalogue of fittings and effects supplied 
for the recent dramatic and musical performances. 
Sold by Puttick and Simpson, at Stratford upon 
Avon, May 31, 1864. 12 pp. 8 

No. 14 in G.3942.25 

Catalogue of pictures and drawings at the Town 
hall, Stratford-on-Avon. See No. 1181. 

1159. Catalogue of the library of W. M. Pitt, to 
which is added another collection. Including Mon- 
taigne's Essays, translated by Florio. Shakspere's 
copy, with his undoubted autograph. Sold by Mr. 
Evans May 9, 1838. (2), 75 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3951.16 

1160. A catalogue of the neat and elegant house- 
hold furniture, portraits, pictures, drawings, and 
farming stock, which will be sold by auction, by 
Churchill and Taylor, on the premises, on Tuesday, 
Wednesday, and Thursday, the i3th, I4th, and I5th 
days of June, 1797, at the College, situate in Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon, in the county of Warwick. The 
goods may be viewed three days before the sale 
from it o'clock in the morning 'till 4 in the after- 
noon. Each day's sale will begin at eleven o'clock. 
Stratford: Morris. i6pp. 8 No. 12 in G.3942.28 

" The College was John a Combe's residence, Shakespeare's 
John a Combe. Probably this copy, another in my possession, 
and one in the Stratford Museum, are the only three now in ex- 
istence." Manuscript note of y. O. Halliwell. 

1161. CROKER, T. C. Catalogue of a collection 
of antiquities, especially a ring considered to be 
Shakspeare's ''betrothal" ring, which will be sold 
by Puttick and Simpson, Dec. 21, 1854. [London.] 
38 pp. 8 G.3951.13 

FORSTER, H. R. The Stowe catalogue. London, 
1848. G.3950.19 

At this sale the Chandos portrait, of which an engraving is 
given in this Catalogue, was sold to the Earl of Ellesmere for 
372 'SS. 

1162. FISHER, F. G. A catalogue of the various 
articles contained in Clara Fisher's Shaksperian 
cabinet. Compiled, arranged, and the models exe- 
cuted, bv Frederick George Fisher. London : print- 
ed for the author. 1830. V. Slater, printer, xii, 
iS'pp. 20 wood-cuts. 8 G.3951.9 

There is inserted an autograph letter from a son-in-law of F. 
G. Fisher, offering the models to Mr. Barton. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Brief hand-list of 
the records of Stratford. 

Brief hand-list of the Wheler Collection. 

Catalogue of engravings illustrative of Shake- 
speare. 

A lyttle boke gevinge accounte of some rel- 
iques. 

Some account of antiquities and other reliques 
illustrative of Shakespeare. 

ILLUSTRATIONS. Catalogues. 

1163. PUTTICK AND SIMPSON. Catalogue of 
autograph letters, including two Shakspearian doc- 
uments, being a counterpart of the deed in the 
Guildhall Library and a conveyance to the uses of 



Catalogues Celebrations 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Shakspeare's Will. Sold March 10, 1862. London. 
(2) 100 pp. 8 No. i in G.3951.23 

1164. SMITH, J. R. Catalogue of engraved por- 
traits [etc.], on sale. London, n. d. 32 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.3951.17 

1165. ZACHARAY, M. M. Catalogue of pictures, 
and the vase and snuff-boxes formed of the blocks 
of the Shakspeare Mulberry.-tree, which were in the 
possession of Garrick. Sold by Christie and Man- 
son, 3oth of March, 1838. London. 14 pp. 4 

No. 10 in G.60a.l7 

Catharine and Petruchio, a comedy. See Nos. 

621-628. 
Catherine II, of Russia. 

Imitation de Schakespear, scene historique, sans 
observation d'aucune regie du theatre, tiree de la Vie 
de Rurick ; par 1'Impe'ratrice Catherine n. In her 
Theatre de 1'Hermitage, vol. 2. G.3363.1.2 



composee en Russe et jouee dans cette 
langue . . . Apres cela, elle fut traduite en fran^ais sous les 



" Cette piece a 
ngue . . . Apre 
yeux de Catherine, qui en corrigea la traduclion." 



Cattell, Charles Cockbill. 

1166. Shakespeare. Was he a myth ? or, what 
did he write? By Charles Cockbill Cattell. Lon- 
don: C. Watts. [1878.] i6pp. Sm. 8 

No. 4 in G.72.7.2 

Catuelan, , comte de. 

Assistant of Le Tourneur in the first three volumes of his 
translation. See No. 788. 

Caulfield, J. 

1167. Sam. Cowell's comic songs. Macbeth. 
The words by J. Caulfield. Music by J. Harroway. 
London : Davidson. 8 pp. F No. 2 in G.4060.3 
Causton, Henry Kent Staple. 

1168. An essay on Mr. Singer's "wormwood;" 
embracing a restoration of the author's reply, muti- 
lated in "Notes and queries," No. 72; with a note 
on the monk of Bury ; and a reading of Shakspere's 
sonnet, cxi. " supplementary to all the commenta- 
tors." By H. K. Staple Causton. London : H. K. 
Causton. [1851.] 52pp. 12 G.3945.17 

This pamphlet is said to have been withdrawn from circula- 
tion on account of its libellous character. 

Cave of poverty, a poem. See L. THEOBALD. 
Cayrou, Alcide. 

Translator of Chefs-d'ceuvre de Shakespeare. 
See No. 797. 
Cejka, Josef, 1812-1862. 

Translator of six plays. See Nos. 763 and 764. 
Celakovsky, Frantisek Ladislav, 1799-1852. 

Translator of two plays. See No. 763. 
Celeuio Inarco, pseudonym of L. F. de MORATIN. 

Celebrations. 

All the works relating to the various Shakespeare celebra- 
tions will be found under this heading in their chronological 
order. Many are included which were simply inspired by the 
occasion, and contain no account of the celebrations. 

Jubilee, 1769. 

BICKERSTAFF, I. Judith, a sacred drama : per- 
formed in Stratford, Sept. 6, 1769. 

CAREY, G. S. Shakespeare's Jubilee, a masque. 

COLMAN, G. Man and wife ; or, the Shakespeare 
Jubilee. 

CONCISE account of Garrick's Jubilee, No. 1179. 

DRAMATIC muse; or Jubilee songster, consisting 
of the songs sung at the Stratford Jubilee. 

The first 52 pages contain the Shakespearian portion, the 
remainder consisting of miscellaneous songs. It contains Gar- 
rick's Ode, and the frontispiece is a representation of Garrick in 
the aft of delivering it. 



DIBDIN, C. Queen Mab or the fairies Jubilee. 

1169. Essay on the Jubilee at Stratford-upon- 
Avon. London: Wood/all. [1769.] 14 pp. 4 

No. 2 in G.3942.4 
GARRICK, D. The Jubilee. 

An ode upon dedicating a building at Strat- 
ford. 

1170. Garrick's vagary : or, England run mad. 
With particulars of the Stratford Jubilee. London : 
S. Bladon. 1769. viii, 55 pp. 8 

No. 7 in G.3942.3 

1171. Gentleman's and London magazine, Octo- 
ber, 1769. Dublin. 8 G.3942.5 

This number contains " Mr. Boswell's account of Shake- 
speare's Jubilee at Stratford-upon-Avon," and " Another ac- 
count," in which are given Garrick's Ode and several other 
pieces, together with some pieces written by Boswell in the 
character of a Corsican and intended for recitation at the mas- 
querade. There is also a rude steel engraving of the Pageant. 

JONES, H. An ode to Shakespeare, in honor of 
the Jubilee. 

1172. Shakespeare's garland. Being a collection 
of new songs, ballads, roundelays, catches, glees, 
comic-serenatas, etc. performed at the Jubilee at 
Stratford upon Avon. The musick by Dr. Arne, 
Mr. Barthelimon, Mr. Ailwood, and Mr. Dibdin. 
London : T. Becket. 1769. (4), 27 pp. 8 

No. 12 in G.3942.3 

1173. Shakespeare's garland, dedicated to the 
Shakspearian club established at the Falcon inn, 
the ancient resort of the bard himself, in Stratford. 
Stratford-upon-Avon : J. Ward. 1826. 16 pp. 
Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.3942.16 

Six pieces in the first edition have been omitted and five have 
been added to this edition. 

1174. Shakespear's garland or the Warwickshire 
Jubilee, being a collection of ballads catches and 
glees as performed in the great booth at Stratford 
upon Avon composed by Mr. Dibdin. London, I. 
Johnston, (i), 7 pp. F 

No. 8 in G.4060.1 ; No. 2, 3 in G.4260.7 

Contains the words and music of " Sweet Willy," " The mul- 
berry tree," "The Jubilee," and "The Warwickshire lad." 

No. 3 in 0.4060.7 is a " Second part" and contains a serenade, 
" The morning address " and Garrick's " Country girl " with the 
exception of the first stanza. The title-pages vary slightly. 

SHAKESPEARE'S jests or the Jubilee jester. 
Contains several of the songs in " Shakespeare's garland." 

Songster's pocket book : or Jubilee concert. 

Contains, with one exception, all the pieces in "Shake- 
speare's garland." 

1175. Stratford Jubilee. A new comedy of two 
acts, as it has been lately exhibited at Stratford 
upon Avon, with great applause. To which is pre- 
fixed Scrub's trip to the Jubilee. London. Printed 
for T. Lowndes. 1769. (8), 40 pp. 8 

No. 8 in G.3942.3 
Ascribed to F. Gentleman in the " Biographia dramatica." 

1176. Stratford Jubilee, as sung by Mr. Lowe 
with great applause at Finch's Gardens. Broadside. 
F No. 149 in G.4050.2; No. 12 in G.4060.7 

THOMSON, E. Trinculo's trip to the Jubilee. 

1177. Warwickshire lad. As performed at the 
Theatre Royal in Drury Lane in the entertainment 
of the Jubilee. Broadside. F No. 150 in G.4050.2 

WHELER, R. B. History and antiquities of Strat- 
ford. 

Contains most of the pieces in " Shakespeare's garland." 

0.3944.2 is a 
Haslewood, ma 



0.3944.2 is a volume of newspaper scraps collected by Joseph 
ny of which relate to Garrick's Jubilee. 



BRITTON, J. 



Jubilee, 1816. 
Autograph letters. 



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Celebrations 



GARRICK, D. Songs, choruses, etc. in Garrick's 
Jubilee, revived, 23d of April, 1816. 

Jubilee, 1827. 

BISSET, J. The jubilean dramatic pageant. 

JARVIS, J. Correct detail of the Shakspearean 
gala. 

No. 21 in 0.3942.28 is a newspaper cutting giving an account 
of this Jubilee, together with a picture of the pageant. No. I in 
G 3942.15 is Tickets to the dinner of the Royal Shakspearian 
club, April 23, 1827, 1839. 

Jubilee, f8jo. 

1178. An account of the second commemoration 
of Shakspeare, celebrated at Stratford-upon-Avon, 
on Friday, the 23d of April, 1830, and three subse- 
quent days : including full particulars of the various 
festivities given on that occasion, in honor of the 
anniversary of the natal day of the poet, and the 
adopted birth-day of the august patron of the club, 
his majesty George the Fourth. Dedicated to the 
members of the Royal Shakspearean Club. Leam- 
ington, J. Sharp. 52 pp. 8 G.3942.17 

Printed from the notes of the editor of the Leamington Spa 
Courier. 

1179. Concise account of Garrick's jubilee, held 
at Stratford-upon-Avon, in honour of Shakspeare, 
in 1769. And of the commemorative festivals in 1827 
and 1830. Stratford-upon-Avon. J. Ward. 1830. 
24 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3942.3 

There is also with this a Programme, a large poster. 

1180. Descriptive account of the second royal 
gala festival, at Stratford-upon-Avon, in commemo- 
ration of the natal day of Shakspeare, the king's 
adopted birth-day, and the festival of St. George, on 
the 23d, 24th, 26th, and 27th of April, 1830. By a 
member of the Royal Shakspearean club. Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon : Jf. Lap-worth. 1830. 87 pp. 
Plate. Sm. 8 No. i in G.3942.16 

No. 3 in 0.3821.24 is a copy of the Theatrical Tattler contain- 
ing an account of the Jubilee, signed " Mercutio." 

1836. 
JONES, G. First annual jubilee oration. 

Tercentenary, 1864. 

BANKS, G. L. England's minstrel king. 
BEETON, S. O. Shakspeare memorial. 
BEKK, A. William Shakespeare. 
BOYDELL, J. The Shakespeare gallery, No. 1107. 
CALVERT, F. B. Ode to Shakspeare. 
CASSELL'S Shakspeare tercentenary pocket keep- 
sake. 

1181. Catalogue of pictures and drawings exhib- 
ited at the Town hall, Stratford-on-Avon, at the 
celebration of the tercentenary birthday of William 
Shakespeare. Published by the committee, Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, April 23, 1864. 62 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3942.20 

CLARE, . The bard of Avon quadrilles. 
CLARKE, J. F. Tercentenary celebration. 
CONWAY, M. D. Mr. William Shakspeare at 
home. 

COOK, E. Tercentenary ode. 

COURTHOPE, W. J. Prize poem. 

Cox, J. The tercentenary : a retrospect. 

1182. CRYSTAL palace. Shakspere tercentenary 
fete Saturday, April 23, 1864. Vocalists Madame 
Parepa and Mr. Cummings. Mr. Henry Leslie's 
choir. Conductors Mr. A. Manns and Mr. H. Les- 
lie. R. K. Burt, Crystal Palace Printing office. 
10 pp. 8 No. 13 in G.3942.25 



CZERMAK, K. Shakespeareiana, No. 1038. 
DALE, R. W. Genius the gift of God ; a sermon. 
DUR, A. Exi ro> ev rtj fis^aX^ Bpzraw.a. . . . 



ECKARDT, L. Lessing. 

1183. England's bards, 1864; or, the three poems 
which were awarded the one hundred guineas offered 
as prizes in the advertisement "Ho! for a Shake- 
speare ! " which appeared about the time of Shake- 
speare's tercentenary anniversary. Gratis. Lon- 
don : Day and son. 1864. 16 pp. Illustrated. 8 

No. 3 in G.3942.25 

An advertisement of Thomson's crinoline. The private cir- 
cular of Thomson and co. is to be found in No. 5 in 0.3942.27. 

EDWARDS, E. Memorials of Shakespere. 

EVERED, E. J. Sermon preached in Stratford. 

GORDON, D. The ethics of the Shakspere cele- 
brations. 

GUTZKOW, K. Eine Shakspearefeier an der Ilm. 

HARTMANN, M. Zum Shakespeare Jubilaum. 

HOWE, J. Shakspeare. 

HUNTER, R. E. Shakespeare and Stratford. 

JEPHSON, J. M. Shakespere : his birthplace, 
home, and grave. 

KENNEY, C. L. Mr. Phelps and the critics. 

KOBERSTEIN, K. A. Shakespeare in Deutschland. 

LEMCKE, L. G. Shakspeare in seinem Verhalt- 
nisse zu Deutschland. 

LOWELL Shakspeare memorial. 

MEZIERES, A. Le jubile de Shakspeare en 1864. 

MOEBIUS, P. H. A. Die deutsche Shakespeare- 
feier. 

Shakespeare als Dichter der Naturwahrheit. 

1184. The national Shakspeare committee and 
the late Mr. Thackeray. London. [1864.] 23 pp. 
8 No. 8 in G.3942.25 

Consists of extracts from various papers. 

NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCI- 
ETY, Boston, Mass. Tercentenary celebration. 

1185. Official programme of the tercentenary 
festival of the birth of Shakespeare, to be held at 
Stratford-upon-Avon, commencing on Saturday, 
April 23, 1864. Also, an account of what is known 
of the poet's life : a guide to the town and neigh- 
bourhood of Stratford-upon-Avon : and sundrie 
other matters just now of publicke interest relating 
thereto. London : Cassell, Petter, and Galpin. 
1864 75 pp. Portrait. Illustrations. 8 

No. i in G.3942.20 ; 4598.21 
PIXCHERLE, J. Ricordo a Shakespeare. 

1186. Preliminary programme of the tercente- 
nary festival of the birth of Shakespeare, to be held 
at Stratford-upon-Avon, commencing on Saturday, 
April 23rd, 1864. Stratford-on-Avon : E. Adams. 
[1864.] 12 pp. 8 No. 12 in G.3942.25 

QUOTATIONS. Ahne, W. A. Shakspeare-Blii- 
then. 

RIETMANN, J. J. Shakspeare und seine Bedeut- 
ung. 

ROETSCHER, H. T. Shakespeare in seinem hoch- 
sten Charactergebilden. 

SCADDING, H. Shakspeare, the seer the inter- 
preter. 

SHAKSPEARE album. 

Shakespeare commemorated. (Temple Bar, 
March, 1864. London.) No. 10 in G.3942.27 

Signed H. F. 



Celebrations Chasles 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Shakspere garland. A roundabout paper on ter- 
centenary matters, relating to literature and art. 
[Reliquary, April, 1864. London.'} 8 

No. 6 in G.3942.27 

1187. The Shakespeare gazette : ajweekly record 
of proceedings relating to the tercentenary celebra- 
tion. No. i. Dec. 3, 1863. London: H. Thomas. 
8 No. 10 in G.3950.8 

1188. Shakespeare in Deutschland am Tage 
seiner Jubelfeier. Ein dramatischer Scherz und 
Ernst in einem Vorspiel und zwei Akten. Wtirz- 
burg. y. M. Richter. 1864. 32 pp. Sq. 16 

No. 8 in G.3914.17 

SHAKSPERE SOCIETY of Philadelphia. Twelfth 
annual dinner, April 23, 1864. 

A bill of fare and toasts, with numerous quotations. 

1189. Shakespeare tercentenary. Soiree of "Our 
Shakespeare club," Nock's Royal hotel, Birming- 
ham, April the twenty-second, 1864. n pp. Sm. 
8 No. 3 in G.3942.20 

A programme in which are contained the words of " Shake- 
speare. A cantata, written and composed expressly for this oc- 
casion. Words' by Sebastian Bvans. Music by Thomas Ander- 
ton." The cantata is a version of the Seven ages. 

1190. Shakspere tercentenary, 1864. Poems for 
the prize competition offered by the proprietors of 
the Belfast Weekly Northern Whig. 1564. 1864. 
Belfast: "Northern Whiff" office. 1864. (64) pp. 
8 " No. 2 in G.3942.25 



1864. T. Stevens. 



Shakespeare tercentenary. 
Cor'entry. 

A book-mark on silk. 

STEIN, L. Des Dichter's Weihe. 
STODDARD, R. H. William Shakespeare. 

1191. Tercentenary of Corydon. A bucolic 
drama of three a<5ls. By Novus homo. Oxford : 
T. and G. Shrimpton. 1864. iv, 29 pp. Sm. 8 

No. 4 in G.3942.23 

1192. The tercentenary; or the three hundredth 
birthday of William Shakespeare. By E. Moses 
and son. London: 1864. 29 pp. 8 

No. 6, 7 in G.3942.25 
An advertisement of a tailor's establishment. 

TRENCH, R. C. Every good gift from above : a 
sermon. 

TUPPER, M. F. Shakspeare. An ode. 

WORDSWORTH, C. Man's excellency a cause of 
praise. A sermon. 

YARROW, J. Shakspeare : a tercentenary poem. 

In G.Cab.i.i-S, 6.3942.26, 6.3910.7, 6.3910.8, 6.60.24, G.6oa.24, 
and 6.61.5 are numerous cuttings from Knglish, German, and 
American newspapers and periodicals relating especially to the 
tercentenary celebration. In 6.50.29.1 and 6.3942.27 are numer- 
ous posters, play-bills, programmes, circulars, tickets, manu- 
script letters, etc., relating to the celebration of the same anni- 
versary in various places. 

l8 77 . 

The Shakespeare memorial at Stratford-on-Avon. 
Laying the first stone. (Leamington and Warwick- 
shire chronicle. April 28, 1877.) No. 9 in G.72.7.1 

i8 79 . 

1193. Opening of the Shakespeare Memorial The- 
atre, Stratford-on-Avon. Preliminary programme. 
Stratford- on- Avon : Herald printing and stationery 
company. 1879. 8 pp. 8 " No. 5 in G.72.7.2 
Certaine conceyts and jeasts. HAZLITT, W. C. 

Shakespeare jest-books. 

Taken from " The Philosophers banquet, London, 1614." 

Chalmeriana. See G. HARDINGE. 



Chalmers. Alexander, 1759-1834. 

Editor of the works of Shakespeare. See Nos. 44 
and 98. 

A translation of his life of Shakespeare is also to be found in 
the German edition, No. 838. 

Chalmers, George, 1742-1825. 

1194. Another account of the incidents, from 
which the title, and a part of the story of Shak- 
speare's Tempest, were derived ; and the true era of 
it ascertained; evincing the original connexion of 
the royal family with the poet's drama. By George 
Chalmers. London: only 40 copies printed by JR. 
and A. Taylor, but not published, nor intended to be. 
1815. viii, 82 pp. 8 ^ G.3937.38 

An answer to Malone's pamphlet with a similar title printed 
in 1808. On the fly-leaf is written " From the author to the 
Revd. H. H. Baber as a mark of his respeifl." 

1195. An apology for the believers in the Shak- 
speare-papers, which were exhibited in Norfolk 
street. London : T. Egerton. 1797. iv, 628 pp. 
8 G.3953.30; 2596.7 

1196. A supplemental apology for the believers 
in the Shakspeare-papers : being a reply to Mr. Ma- 
lone's Answer, which was early announced, but 
never published : with a dedication to George Stee- 
vens, and a postscript to T. J. Mathias. By George 
Chalmers. London : T. Egerton. 1799. viii, 654, 
(2) pp. 8 No. i in G.3953i31 

An appendix to the Supplemental apology for the 
believers in the supposititious Shakspeare-papers : 
being the documents for the opinion that Hugh 
McAuley Boyd wrote Junius's Letters. London, 
1800. 8 No. 2 in G.3953.3 

Further account of the rise and progress of the 
English stage. In the editions of Shakespeare's 
works, Nos. 41 and 55. 
Chambers, William, 1802 . 

Editor of the Household edition of Shakespeare's 
works. See No. 108. 
Chandos classics. See No. 120. 
Chandos portrait. See PORTRAITS. 
Chapman, George, 1557-1634. 

BODENSTEDT, F. Chapman in seinem Verhalt- 
niss zu Shakespeare. 
Chappell, William. 

English song and ballad music illustrating Shake- 
speare. In his Popular music of the olden time. 
Character of the nurse's deceased husband. See I. 

BROWN. 

Characteristics of women. See A. M. JAMESON. 
Characters. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

MORTIMER, J. H. Characters to illustrate Shake- 
speare. 

Charlecote House. See STRATFORD-ON-AVON. 
Charles the first, a tragedy. See W. HAVARD. 
Chasles, Victor Euphemon Philarete, 1798-1873. 

1197. Etudes sur W. Shakspeare, Marie Stuart 
et 1'Aretin. Le drame, les moeurs et la religion au 
xvi e siecle. Par Philarete Chasles. Paris: Am- 
yot. [1851.] (4), viii, 523 pp. 18 G.3911.11 

Contents. Documents_nouveaux sur Marie Stuart ; Pre'deces- 
seurs de Shakspeare ; ^poques shakspeariennes ; Jeunesse, 
transformation et maturite de Shakspeare; Loges, parterre et 
coulisses du theatre de Shakspeare ; Les moines bouffons au 
XVI siecle; Interieur de 1'Aretin a Venise. 

1198. William Shakespeare, sein Leben, seine 
Werke und seine Zeit. Von Philaret Chasles und 
F. Guizot, herausgegeben von P. H. Sillig. Leip- 
zig. Verlag der Dvtfschen Buchhandlung. 1855. 
xvi, 382 pp. Sm. 8 G.3911.12 

The life on the first 19 pages is taken from Guizot's Life pre- 
fixed to his edition of Shakespeare, No. 789; the remainder is a 



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translation, with some omissions, of the Shakespearian part of 
Chasles's F.tudes. Another title-page reads " Shakespeare's 
dramatische Werke. Erganzungsband." 

Panurge, Falstaff et Sancho. (Revue de Paris. 
Mai, 1829. Paris.} No. 10 in G.3930.10 

Le theatre anglais a Paris. 11. Hamlet. (Revue 
contemporaine, 15 juillet, 1855. Paris.) 

No. 15 in G.3910.17 
Chateaubriand, Frar^ois Augusts Rene", vicomte 

de, 1768-1848. 

Shakspeare. (Revue des deux mondes, i Jan. 
1836. Paris.) 3315.1.28 

Shakspeare. /;/ his Sketches of English litera- 
ture. London. 1837. 8 G.3910.16.1 
Chatelain, Jean Baptiste Francois Ernest, cheva- 
lier de, 1802 . 

Translator of Hamlet, No. 802, Macbeth, No. 
809, and Othello, No. 817. 

No. 8 in 0.3910.15 and No. 3 in 6.4053.3 are copies of a pam- 
phlet containing a letter of M. Chatelain's and " Opinions de la 
presse " on his translation of Macbeth. 

Chaucer, Geoffrey, 1340-1400. 

The knightes tale. In COLLIER, J. P. Shake- 
speare's library, 2d ed., vol. 4. G.78.4.4 

Chaucer and Shakespeare. (Quarterly review, 
Jan. 1873. London.) No. 16 in G.72.7.1 

Chauvet, 

Chefs d'oeuvre de Shakspeare, traduits par A. 
Bruguiere. (Revue encyclope'dique, oct., 1826. 
Paris.) No. 9 in G.3910.17 

Chedworth, John Howe, \th baron, 1754-1804. 

1199. Notes upon some of the obscure passages 
in Shakespeare's plays ; with remarks upon the ex- 
planations and amendments of the commentators in 
the editions of 1785, 1790, 1793. By the late John 
Lord Chedworth. London : printed by W. Bulmer 
and co. 1805. (4), 375 pp. 8 

G.3931.14 ; G.3931.15 ; 2596.2 

Privately printed by the editor, T. Penrice, because, as he 
says, " I have strong reason to suppose that a part of these Notes 
will be offered to the world in a different way, and less perfect 
form." His real motive, it is said, was to prove, by means of 
this work, the sanity of the author, who had left him a large part 
of his property. The will, which was contested in the courts, 
was sustained. 0.3931.15 has the coat-of-arms of Peter Hall. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays of 
Shakspeare. With extracts from the MSS. of John, 
Lord Chedworth. 
Chester, Robert, 1566-1640. 

Loves martyr : or Rosalins complaint . . . To 
these are added some new compositions, of seuerall 
moderne writers whose names are subscribed to 
their seuerall workes, vpon the first subiect : viz., 
the Phoenix and Turtle. (New Shakspere society. 
Series vni. Miscellanies.) 6.111.3.1 

Chester plays. Edited by T. Wright. London : 

Shakespeare society. 1843. 2 v. 8 G.3927.22 

The contents of these volumes, with the cross-references 
under the names of the plays, will be given in the second part of 
the Catalogue. 

Chettle, Henry, i564?-i6o7? 

England's mourning garment. (New Shakspere 
society. Series iv. Allusion-books.) G.120.1.1 

Kind-Harts dreame. (New Shakspere society. 
Series iv.) G.120.1.1 

Patient Grissil : a comedy by T. Dekker, H. Chet- 
tle, and W. Haughton. London : Shakespeare soci- 
ety. 1841. 8 G. 3927. 30 

DELIUS, N. Chettle's Hoffman und Shakespeare's 
Hamlet. 

MEISSNER, J. "Great Britain's mourning gar- 
ment." 

12 4, 9. '79 89 



Chetwood, William Rufus, 1766. 

The British theatre. London. 1752. 12 

G.3923.8; 6548.7 
Chilcott, Thomas. 

Wedding is great Juno's crown. Composed by T. 
Chilcott. In ADDISON, J. The vocal music in 
Shakespeare's plays. 
Children. 

THUEMMEL, J. Ueber Shakespeare's Kinderges- 
talten. 
Choice thoughts. 

1200. Choice thoughts from Shakspere by the 
author of 'The book of familiar quotations.' Lon- 
don: I. Whittaker and co. 1861. viii, 333 pp. 8 

G.3955.24 

1201. Same. London. G. Routledge and sons. 
1866. viii, 333 pp. 8 4599.22 
Chronology. 

HURDIS, J. Cursory remarks. 

MALONE, E. An attempt to ascertain the order 
in which the plays of Shakspeare were written. 

STOKES. H. P. An attempt to determine the 
chronological order of Shakespeare's plays. 

Nearly all the editors of Shakespeare discuss the question of 
the chronology of his works in their prefaces and introductions. 

Gibber, Colley, 1671-1757. 

Editor of Richard in. See Nos. 582-587. 

Papal tyranny in the reign of King John. See 
No. 355. 

BAKER, H. B. Colley Cibber v. Shakespeare. 

1202. A letter to Colley Cibber on his transfor- 
mation of King John. London : M. Cooper. 1745. 
3-48 pp. 8 No. i in G.3924.2 ; G.3933.1 
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. 

Editor of King Henry vi, No. 302, and of Romeo 
and Juliet, No. 600. 

Cinthio, G. G. See G. GIRALDI CINTHIO. 
Citation and examination of Shakspeare. See W. 

S. LANDOR. 
Clare, . 

1203. The bard of Avon quadrilles in commem- 
oration of the Shakespeare tercentenary, composed 
expressly for the Young ladies' journal by Professor 
Clare. \London. 1864.] (8) pp. Sm. F 

No. ii in G.4060.3 
Clarendon press series. 

For editions of plays published in this series, see Nos. 187, 
3 55> a 6 ?' 4'9. 455. 566 and 644. 

Clark, James, 1875. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works. See No. 955. 
Clark, William George, 1821-1878. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works. See Nos. no, 
124 and 564. 
Clarke, Charles Cowden, 1787-1877. 

1204. Shakespeare-characters ; chiefly those sub- 
ordinate. London: Smith, Elder, and co. 1863. 
viii, 521, (i) pp. Portrait, the Stratford bust. 8 

G.3922.24; 2593.11 

This work contains the substance of a course of lectures upon 
"The subordinate characters in the plays of Shakespeare." In 
G.6oa-35 is an autograph letter of Mr. Clarke's, dated Feb. a, 
1847. 

1205. The Shakespeare key : unlocking the treas- 
ures of his style, elucidating the peculiarities of his 
construction, and displaying the beauties of his ex- 
pression ; forming a companion to 'The complete 
concordance to Shakespeare." By Charles and Mary 
Cowden Clarke. London: S. Low, Marston, Searle 
and Rivington. 1879. xi, 810 pp. 8 4593.14 

Shakespeare's philosophers arid jesters. (Gentle- 
man's magazine, March-June, 1873. London.} 

7266.1.1873 



Clarke Cohn 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Editor of the plays of Shakespeare. See Nos. 116 
and 127. 
Clarke, James Freeman. 

1206. Tercentenary celebration of the birth of 
Shakspeare, by the New England historic-genea- 
logical society, at Boston, Mass., April 23, 1864. 
Address by James Freeman Clarke. Boston : printed 
by G. C. Stand and A very. 1864. 44 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.3942.26 



title-page and new paging. 

Address. In NEW ENGLAND historic-genealogical 
society. Boston, Mass. Tercentenary celebration. 

Address. In his Memorial and biographical 
sketches. Boston, 1878. 8 1544.3 ; 4345.54 

Clarke, Mary Cowden, 1809 . 

1207. The complete concordance to Shakspere : 
being a verbal index to all the passages in the dra- 
matic works of the poet. By Mrs. Cowden Clarke. 
New York: Wiley and Putnam. 1846. vii, (i),86o 
pp. L. 8 4591.11 

First published in 18 parts in 1844, 45. 

1208. Same. London : C. Knight. 1847. L. 8 

G.60a.35 

1209. Same. (New and revised edition.) By 
Mrs. Cowden Clarke. London : W. Kent and co. 
[1860?] vii, (i), 860 pp. L. 8 4591.9 

1210. Same. London: W. Kent and co. 1870. 
L. 8 R.R.K.2 

1211. The girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines ; 
in a series of fifteen tales, by Mary Cowden Clarke. 
London: W. H. Smith and son. 1850-52. 3 v. 8 

G.3935.10 

Contents. 1. Portia, the heiress of Belmont; The thane's 
daughter (Lady Macbeth) ; Helena, the physician's orphan ; Des- 
demona, the magnifico's child ; Meg and Alice, the merry maids 
of Windsor. 2. Isabella, the votaress; Katharina and Bianca, 
the shrew, and the demure; Ophelia, the rose of Elsinore; Rosa- 
lind andCelia, the friends; Juliet, the white dove of Verona. 3. 
Beatrice and Hero, the cousins; Olivia, the lady of Illyria; 
Hermione, the Russian princes; Viola, the twin; Imogen, the 
peerless. 

Each tale was published separately with independent title- 
pages, but the volumes are paged continuously. 

1212. Same. First, second series. New York. 
G. P. Putnam, 1851, 52. Illustrated. 8 

335.15; 335.16 

These were published separately with independent title- 
pages. 6597.27 is a copy of Portia, the first issued. 

1213. Same. First, second series. New York : 
C. S. Francis and co. 1857. Illustrated. 8 G.77.11 

Printed from the same plates and with the same illustrations 
as the previous edition. 

1214. Same. London, Bickers and son. [1864.] 
3 v. 8 6599.26 

Appears to be printed from the same plates as the original 
edition. The separate title-pages to the different tales are 
omitted. 

1215. Portia and other stories of the early days 
of Shakespeare's heroines. By Mary Cowden 
Clarke. New York : G. P. Putnam and son. 1868. 
(4), 486 pp. Illustrated. 8 1344.1 

Contents. Portia; The thane's daughter; Helena; Desde- 
mona; Meg and Alice. 

The Shakespeare key. See No. 1205. 

1216. Shakespeare proverbs : or the wise saws 
of our wisest poet collected into a modern instance. 
By Mary Cowden Clarke. Ne-w York : Wiley and 
Putnam. 1848. (2), 144 pp. Sm. 8 G.3956.12 

Editor of Shakespeare's works. See Nos. 107, 
127 and 133. 



Clarke, William. 

Polimanteia, or the meanes lawfull and vnlawfull, 
to ivdge of the fall of a common wealth, against the 
friuolous and foolish conieAures of this age. Where- 
unto is added, A letter from England to her three 
daughters, Cambridge, Oxford, Innes of Court. 
lohn Legate, Cambridge. 1595. 4 G.166.3 

On the verso of signature R.2 is the first mention of Shake- 
speare by name, where he is called " Sweet Shakspeare." 

Cless, Georg. 

1217. Medicinische Blumenlese aus Shakespeare 
zu eigener und seiner CollegenKurzweil gesammelt 
von Georg Cless. Stuttgart. J. G. Cotta. 1865. 
xiv, (2), 96 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3914.19 
Cliff, Leigh, pseudonym of G. JONES. 

Clizia, . 

1218. L'infelice amore dei dve fedelissimi amanti 
Givlia, e Romeo, scritto in ottava rjma da Clitia 
nobile Veronese ad ardeo svo. In Vinegia appresso 
Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari et fratelli. 1553. (44) ff. 
Printer's device on title-page. Sm. 8 G.4074.18 

Same. In Porto, L., da. Giulietta e Romeo. 
Clodius, Christian August Heinrich, 1772-1836. 

Ueber Shakspeare's Philosophic, besonders im 
Hamlet. (Urania, 1820. Leipzig.) 

No. 2 in G.3915.8 

Clopton family. See J. C. M. BELLEW. Shake- 
speare's home. 
Clowns. 

DOUCE, F. A dissertation on the clowns and 
fools of Shakspeare. In his Illustrations of Shak- 
speare. 

KELLOGG, A. O. Shakspeare's delineations. 

THUEMMEL, J. Ueber Shakespeare's Clowns. 
Cobham, Lord. See Sir John OLDCASTLE. 
Cobler of Preston, a farce by C. Bullock, No. 623, 

and also one by C. Johnson, Nos. 618 and 619. 
Cohn, Albert. 

1219. Shakespeare in Germany in the sixteenth 
and seventeenth centuries : an account of English 
actors in Germany and the Netherlands and of the 
plays performed by them during the same period. 
By Albert Cohn. With two plates of facsimiles. 
London : Asher and co. 1865. (2), iii, (2), cxxxvii 
pp., 422 columns. 4 

G.4071.22; G.4071.23 ; 4591.3 

Contents. Part I. Historical account. Part II. Texts (Ger- 
man and English) : Comedy of the beautiful Sidea, by J. Ayrer; 
Comedy of the beautiful Phaenicia, by J. Ayrer; Tragedy of Ju- 
lius and Hyppolita; Tragedy of Titus Andronicus; Tragedy of 
Fratricide punished, or prince Hamlet of Denmark; Tragedy of 
Romeo and Juliet. 

Some of the plays are given only in part. 

1220. Shakespeare-Bibliographic April 1871 
bis Ende 1872. (Nebst Nachtragen zur Bibliogra- 
phic in Band I., n., in., v., vi. des Jahrbuches.) 
Zusammengestellt von Albert Cohn. Separat-Ab- 
druck aus dem Shakespeare-Jahrbuch, Band vni. 
Kothen. P. Schettler. 2, 18 pp. 8 

No. i in G.73.16 

1221. Shakespeare-Bibliographic 1873 und 1874. 
Zusammengestellt von Albert Cohn. (Separat-Ab- 
druck aus dem Shakespeare-Jahrbuch, Band x.) 
Kothen. P. Schettler. 36 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.73.16 

1222. Shakespeare-Bibliographic fur die Jahre 
1875 und 1876. Nebst Nachtragen seit 1864 von 
Albert Cohn. Separat-Abdruck in 50 Exemplaren 
aus dem Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Ge- 
sellschaft Band xn. Berlin : A. Cohn. 1877. 54 
pp. 8 G.73.21 

Cohn has published a Shakespeare-Bibliographic in every 
Jahrbuch of the Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft except those 
"for the years 1869, 72, 74, and 76. 



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KOEHLER, R. Einige Bemerkungen und Nach- 
triige zu Cohn's " Shakespeare in Germany." 
Cole, John. 

1223. A critique on the performance of Othello 
by F. W. Keene Aldridge, the African Roscius. By 
the author of "The talents of Edmund Kean deline- 
ated," etc. Scarborough : printed (only 30 copies) 
for J. Cole. 1831. 4 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3924.17 
Coleridge, Hartley, 1796-1849. 

Essays and marginalia. London, 1851. 2 v. 8 

G.3926.21 

Contents. \. Shakspeare a tory and gentleman ; On the 
character of Hamlet; A critique on Retsch's illustrations of 
Hamlet ; Shakspeare and his contemporaries. 2. Notes on 
Shakspeare. 

The remaining contents will be given in the second part of 
this Catalogue. 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. 

1224. Notes and lectures upon Shakespeare and 
some of the old poets and dramatists with other 
literary remains of S. T. Coleridge. Edited by Mrs. 
H. N. Coleridge. London: W. Pickering. 1849. 
2 v. Sm. 8 G.3926.20 

Contents. 1. Shakespeare, with introductory matter on po- 
etry, the drama, and the stage; Notes on Ben jonson, Beaumont 
and Fletcher. 2. A course of ledlures ; Essays, notes, etc. ; 
Selections from his literary correspondence. 

Same. In his Literary remains, vol. 2. London, 
1836. 8 2564.4.2 

Same. In his Complete works, vol. 4. Neiv York, 
1853. 12 886.2.4 ; 6604.29.4 

1225. Seven lectures on Shakespeare and Milton. 
By the late S. T. Coleridge. A list of all the MS. 
emendations in Mr. Collier's folio, 1632; and an 
introductory preface by J. Payne Collier. London : 
Chapman and Hall. 1856. (8), cxx, 275 pp. 8 

G.3920.27 ; 332.7 

BRAE, A. E. Collier, Coleridge and Shakespeare. 

Literary cookery. 
Coleridge, Sara Henry, 1803-1852. 

COLERIDGE, S. T. Notes and ledlures. 
Colet, Louise Revoil, 1808-1876. 

Imitations d' Hamlet et Macbeth. See No. 796. 
Collection and selection "of English prologues and 

epilogues. See PROLOGUES. 
Collier, John Payne, 1789 . 

1226. The history of English dramatic poetry to 
the time of Shakespeare : and annals of the stage to 
the Restoration. By J. Payne Collier. London: J. 
Murray. 1831. 3 v. Woodcuts. 8 

G.3923.20; 2588.2 

Contents. \. Annals of the stage: 1119-1625. 2. 1626-48; 
History of dramatic poetry : Miracle plays ; Moral plays; Inter- 
ludes; Tragedy and comedy. 3. Tragedy and comedy; Re- 
views of various dramatic works; Theatres and plays. 

1227. Same. A new edition. London : G. Bell 
and sons. 1879. 3 v - Woodcuts. 4 2571.60 

The contents remain nearly unchanged in their order. The 
" Memoirs of adlors " published by the Shakespeare society, No. 
1234, has been added to vol. 3 of this edition. 

1228. New facts regarding the life of Shakspeare. 
In a letter to Thomas Amyot, from J. Payne Collier. 
London : T. Rodd. 1835. 55 pp. 8 

G.3920.5 ; G.3920.6 

0.3920.5 is on large paper, of which only twenty-five copies 
were printed. 

1229. New particulars regarding the works of 
Shakespeare. In a letter to A. Dyce, from J. Payne 
Collier. London : T. Rodd. 1836. 68 pp. 8 

G.3920.1 ; G.3920.2 

6.3920.1 is on large paper and contains an autograph letter of 
J. P. Collier. 0.3920.2 belonged to T. P. Courtenay. 



1230. Farther particulars regarding Shakespeare 
and his works. In a letter to Joseph Hunter, from 
J. Payne Collier. London : T. Rodd. 1839. 68 pp. 
Fac-simile. 8 G.3920.3; G.3920.4; 2597.33 

0.3920.3 is on large paper. 0.3920.4 is a presentation copy 
from the author to T. P. Courtenay. Only fifty copies were 
printed. 

1231. Memoirs of Edward Alleyn, founder of 
Duhvich college : including some new particulars 
respecting Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Massinger, 
Marston, Dekker, etc. By J. Payne Collier. Lon- 
don : printed for the Shakespeare society. 1841. 
vi, 219, 4 pp. 8 G.3927.3 ; 4596.1 ; 342.1 

Contains also the " Prospeftus " of the society. 

1232. Reasons for a new edition of Shakespeare's 
works, containing notices of the defects of former 
impressions, and pointing out the lately acquired 
means of illustrating the plays, poems, and biogra- 
phy of the poet. By*J. Payne Collier. London: 

Whittaker and co. 1841. 52pp. 8 

No. i in G.3920.7 ; G.3920.8 ; 2595.4 

0.3920.8 has an autograph letter of J. P. Collier, dated April 
2, 1841. No. 2 in 0.3920.16 is a review of this work taken from 
the first number of some magazine published probably in 1846. 

1233. Same. Second edition, with additions. 
London: Whittaker and co. 1842. 56 pp. 8 

G.3920.9 ; 2595.4 

1234. Memoirs of the principal actors in the 
plays of Shakespeare. By J. Payne Collier. Lon- 
don : printed for the Shakespeare society. 1846. 
xxxviii, (i), 296, 12 pp. 8 

G.3927.21 ; 4596.14 ; 342.31 

Republished in his "History of dramatic poetry," No. 1227. 

1235. Notes and emendations to the text of 
Shakespeare's plays, from early manuscript correc- 
tions in a copy of the folio, 1632, in the possession 
of J. Payne Collier, forming a supplemental volume 
to the Works of Shakespeare by the same editor, in 
eight volumes, octavo. London: printed for the 
Shakespeare society. 1852. (2), xxvi, (i), 512 pp. 
Fac-simile. 8 G.3927.1 ; 4596.21 

This work was withdrawn from the list of publications of the 
Shakespeare society, and published independently in 1853. 

1236. Same. London: Whittaker and co. 1853. 
xxvi, (2), 512 pp. Fac-simile. 8 G.4032.2 

A leaf containing the names of the "Council of the Shake- 
speare society " is omitted from this edition. 

1237. Same. Redfield: New York. 1853. ( 2 )> 
541 pp. Fac-simile. 12 G.3920.11 ; 357.9 

1238. Same. The second edition, revised and 
enlarged. London: Whittaker and co. 1853. xxxiv, 
(2), 528 pp. Fac-simile. 8 G.3920.10 

"The two editions are identical up to p. 200." Ingleby, "The 
Shakespeare fabrications," p. xiii. 

In 0.3920.16 are four additional plates of fac-similes issued 
after the publication of the second edition of this work. 

1239. Mr. J. Payne Collier's Reply to Mr. N. E. 
S. A. Hamilton's "Inquiry" into the imputed 
Shakespeare forgeries. London : Bell and Daldy. 
1860. (4), 72 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3920.14 ; 2593.6 

The substance of this work was published in the Athenaeum 
Feb. 18, 1860. The original autograph letter of Collier to S. W. 
Singer, dated March 3, 1854, and quoted in this pamphlet, and 
also one of J. O. Halliwell, dated March n, 1860, are inserted in 
0.3920.14. The article in the Athenjeum is reprinted in "A re- 
view of An Inquiry." There are also numerous other autograph 
letters of Mr. Collier in the Barton Library. 

Some information regarding the Lucies of Charl- 
cot, the Shakespeares in and near Stratford-upon- 
Avon, and the property of William Shakespeare in 
Henley Street. (Archa;ologia, London. 1853.) 

3321.1.35 

The following list contains the works which Mr. Collier has 
edited, or for which he has written introductions or notes. 



Collier 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Editor of Shakespeare's works. See Nos. 72, 75, 
87, 88, 101, and 103. 

ALLEYN, E. The Alleyn papers. 

ARMIN, R. Nest of ninnies. 

COLERIDGE, S. T. Seven lectures. 

CUNNINGHAM, P. Inigo Jones. 

DEKKER, T. Patient Grissil. 

DOWDALL, J. Traditionary anecdotes of Shake- 
speare. 

FORDE, J. Honour triumphant. 

GHOST of Richard in. 

HENSLOWE, P. Diary. 

HEYWOOD, T. Fair maid of the west. 

Golden and Silver ages. 

If you know not me, you know nobodie. 

Royal king and loyal subject. 

A woman killed with kindness. 
MUNDAY, A. John a Kent and John a Cumber. 
NASH, T. Pierce Penniless's supplication to the 

devil. 

NORTHBROOKE, J. Treatise against dicing. 
RICHE, B. His farewell to militarie profession. 

1240. Shakespeare's library : a collection of the 
romances, novels, poems, and histories, used by 
Shakespeare as the foundation of his dramas. Now 
first collected, and accurately reprinted from the 
original editions. With introductory notices, by J. 
Payne Collier. London : T. Rodd. [1844.] 2 v. 
8 G.4072.30; 2597.5 

Contents. \. Greene's Pandosto, the story on which is 
founded the "Winter's tale ; Lodge's Rosalynd, the novel on 
which is founded As you like it; The historic of Hamblet; 
Apollonius, prince of Tyre, by L. Twine, and Appollinus from 
Gower's "Confessio ainantis," from which the incidents of Peri- 
cles are derived. 2. Romeus and Juliet, a poem, by A. Brooke ; 
Rhoineo and Julietta, from t'uynter's " Palace of pleasure ; " Gi- 
lettn of Narbona, by Boccaccio, on which is founded All's well 
that ends well, from Paynter's "Palace ot pleasure ;" The story of 
the Two lovers of Pisa, employed in the Merry wives of Windsor, 
reprinted from Tarlton's " Newes out of Purgatorie ; " The histo- 
ric of Apolonius and Silla, containing part of the plot of Twelfth 
night, reprinted from Rich "His farewell to militarie profession ;" 
The historic of Promos and Cassandra, closely resembling the 
plot of Measure for measure; from Whetstone's " Heptameron of 
civil discourses ; " Novels more or less resembling the Merchant 
of Venice: The adventures of Giannelto, from the "Pecorone" 
of Ser Giovanni Florentine; Of a Jew who would for his debt 
have a pound of the flesh of a Christian, from the " Orator" of 
A. Silvayn, translated by A. Munday ; The story of the choice 
of three caskets, from the " Gesta Romanorum, translated by 
Robinson; The story of a Moorish captain, on which is founded 
Otheilo, from the "Heccatomithi" of Cinthio; O^ueen Cordila, a 
poem, by John Higgins, from the " Mirror for magistrates ; " The 
story of the Paphlagonian unkind king, on which is founded 
the episode of Gloster and his sons, in King Lear, from Sir P. 
Sidney's "Arcadia;" The history of Makbeth, from Holinshed's 
" Chronicle ; " The story of the shepherdess Felismena, from 
which Shakespeare is said to ha ve taken the plot of the Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona, from the "Diana" of Montemayor, translated 
by B. Young; The story told by the fishwife of Stand on the 
green, the incidents of which are similar to some of those in 
Cymbeline, from " Westward for smelts." 

All the selections in the first volume except Greene's Pan- 
dosto have separate title-pages dated 1841. The Preface is dated 
1843. The publication is said to have been in numbers, the first 
of which was issued in 1840. 6.4072.30 is one of twelve copies 
printed on fine paper. 

1241. Same. London, T. Rodd. 1850. 2 v. 8 

G.4073.1 

Printed from the same plates as the first edition. 

1242. Shakespeare's library. A collection of the 
plays, romances, novels, poems and histories em- 
ployed by Shakespeare in the composition of his 
works. With introductions and notes. Second edi- 
tion, carefully revised and greatly enlarged. The 
text now first formed from a new collation of the 
original copies. London : Reeves and Turner. 1875. 
6 v. 8 G.78.4 



Contents. \. Prefaces by J. P. Collier and W. C. Hazlitt; 
Love's labour's lost; Midsummer night's dream: Life of The- 
seus, from North's Plutarch ; Comedy of errors ; Romeo and 
Juliet: Romeus and luliet, by A. Broke; Rhomeo and Julietta, 
from Painter's Palace of pleasure; Henry v: Agincourt; Two 
gentlemen of Verona : The shepherdess FeTismena, from 
Yonge's version of the Diana of Montemayor; Merchant of 
Venice : The adventures of Giannetto ; Of a Jew, etc. ; The three 
caskets; The northern lord ; Gernutus the Jew; Twelfth night: 
Apolonius and Silla, by Barnaby Rich. 2. As you like it: Ro- 
salynde, Buphues golden legacie, by T. Lodge; Troilus and 
Cressida; Macbeth: The history of Makbeth, from Holinshed's 
Chronicles; Cymbeline: Abstract of Boccaccio's tale of " Ber- 
nab6 da Genova," etc. ; The tale told by the fishwife of Stand-on- 
the-green; Hamlet: The hystorie of Hamblet, from the collec- 
tion of Belleforest; Othello: The Moor of Venice, by Cinthio; 
King Lear : History of Lear, from Holinshed and the Gesta Ro- 
manorum ; Queene Cordila, by John Higgins; The Paphlagonian 
unkind king, from Sidney's Arcadia; Death of King Leir. 3. 
Merry wives of Windsor : Filenio Sisterna, by Straparola; Buc- 
ciuolo and Pietro Paolo, by Giovanni Fiorentino; Lucius and 
Camillus, from "The fortunate, the deceived and the unfortu- 
nate lovers;" The story of Nerino of Portugal, by Straparola; 
The tale of the two lovers of Pisa, from Tarlton's " Newes out 
of Purgatorie;" The tale of the fishwife of Brentford, from 
" Westward for smelts ; " Much ado about nothing : Ariodanto 
and Genevra, from Harington's Ariosto; Timbreo di Cardona, 
from Bandello; All's well that ends well: Giletta of Narbona, 
by Boccaccio; Measure for measure: Promos and Cassandra, 
from Whetstone's Heptameron; Novella 5, dec. 8, of Giraldi 
Cinthio, and similar stories; Julius Caesar: Life of Julius Cae- 
sar and Marcus Brutus, from North's Plutarch ; Coriolanus : 
Life, from North's Plutarch ; Antony and Cleopatra : Life of M. 
Antonius, from North's Plutarch. 4. Tempest; Winter's tale: 
The history of Pandosto, by R. Greene; Henry vm : Passages 
from Holinshed; Two noble kinsmen : Chaucer's Knightes tale; 
Pericles, prince of Tyre : Apollonius of Tyre, from Gower's 
" Confessio amantis ; " The patterne of painefull aduentures, by 
L. Twine; Life of Pericles, from North's Plutarch; Timon of 
Athens; Taming of the shrew: The waking man's dream, from 
Goulart's "Admirable and memorable histories;" The shrewd 
and curst wife lapped in Morel's skin. 5. Comedy of errors : 
Menechmi, from Plautus, by W. Wfarner] ; Richard in : The 
true tragedy of Richard in ; Richardus tertius, by T. Legge; 
King John: The troublesome raigne of King lohn; Henry v: 
The famous victories of Henry the fifth ; Henry vi, part 2 : Hal- 
liwell's Introduction ; The first part of the Contention between 
the houses of Yorke and Lancaster. Q, Henry vi, part 3 : The 
true tragedie of Richard Duke of Yorke; Merry wives of Wind- 
sor: Halliwell's Introduction; A pleasant comedie of the merry 
wiues ot winosor; Measure for measure: The historic of Pro- 
mos and Cassandra, by G. Whetstones; King Lear: The true 
chronicle historic of king Leir and his three daughters ; Timon 
of Athens, from a manuscript play of the same name, by an un- 
known author, written apparently about the year 1600; Taming 
of the shrew : A reprint of the old play Taming of a shrew, by 
an unknown author. 

The original texts as well as translations of the Italian sto- 
ries are given, except that in one or two cases the translations 
are omitted. 

STATIONERS COMPANY, London. Registers. 
THYNN, F. Debate between pride and lowliness. 
WILKINS, G. Pericles prince of Tyre. 



COLLIER on Shakespeare. 
May, 1836. London.} 



(Fraser's magazine, 
No. 6 in G.3940.5 



A notice of the " New fadts " and " New particulars." 

DYCE, A. Remarks on Collier's and Knight's 
editions. 

1243. Postscript to the Child's own book. Lon- 
don : Richards. 1842. 8 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3920.7 

A squib, signed T. T., ridiculing Collier's " Reasons for a 
new edition of Shakespeare." 

Collier controversy. 

ARNOLD, T. J. The Shakespearian discovery. 

BOWEN, F. The battle of the commentators. 

BRAE, A. E. Collier, Coleridge, and Shake- 
speare. 

Literary cookery. 

CORRECTOR, The, of Shakspeare. Collier and 
Singer. [Edinburgh review, April, 1856.] 

No. 10 in G.3920.15 

DELIUS, N. J. Payne Collier's alte handschrift- 
liche Emendationen. 



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Collier Comedy 



DYCE, A. A few notes on Shakespeare. 

Strictures on Collier's new edition of Shake- 
speare. 1858. 

FAIRHOLT, F. W. Grimaldi Shakspere. 

FRESE, J. Erganzungsband zu alien englischen 
Ausgaben. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Observations on 
the Shaksperian forgeries. 

HAMILTON, N. E. S. A. An inquiry into the 
genuineness of the manuscript corrections. 

HARDY, T. D. A review of the present state of 
the Shakespearian controversy. 

HUNTER, J. A few words in reply to the animad- 
versions of Mr. Dyce. 

INGLEBY, C. M. A complete view of the Shak- 
spere controversy. 

The Shakspeare fabrications. 
KEMBLE, F. Some notes on Shakespeare. 
KNIGHT, C. Old lamps or new? 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen zu 
Shakespeare's Dramen. 

Die Delius'sche Kritik. 

MERIVALE, H. The alleged Shakspeare forgeries. 
MOMMSEN, T. Der Perkins-Shakspeare. 
MORE improvements in the text of Shakspeare. 
(Dublin university magazine, March, 1853 ) 

No. 8 in G.3920.14; No. 15 in G.3930.11 
Signed J. W. C. 

NEW readings in Shakespeare. (Blackwood's Ed- 
inburgh magazine, Aug., Sept., O<51., 1853.) 

No. 2 in G.3920.15 

NOUVELLES de Shakespeare. (Bulletin du Bibli- 
ophile beige, 1854. Bruxelles.) 2157.1.10 

1244. REVIEW of " An inquiry into the genuine- 
ness of the manuscript corrections of J. Payne Col- 
lier's annotated Shakspere, Folio, 1632 ; and of 
certain Shaksperian documents likewise published 
by Mr. Collier." By N. E. S. A. Hamilton. Also, 
the Reply of J. Payne Collier to the "Inquiry." 
(Reprinted from the (London) Athenaeum of the 
i8th of February, 1860.) Printed for private circu- 
lation by C. W. Frederickson. ~Neiv York. 1860. 
32 pp. 8 No. 20 in G.3930.11 

No. 6 in G.3920.14 ; No. 21 in G.73.2 

The Review is attributed to J. W. Dilke. 

RIVINGTON, C. Strictures on Hamilton's Inquiry. 

SHAKESPEARE, The, controversy. (The universal 
review. Sept., 1859.) No - *3 in G.3920.15 

SHAKSPEAREANA : Collier and Coleridge. (Bent- 
ley's miscellany. Jan., 1857. London.} 

No. ii in G.3920.15 

SINGER, S. W. The text of Shakespeare vindi- 
cated. 

TEXT, The, of Shakespeare. (North British re- 
view, Feb., 1854 Edinburgh.) No. 8 in G.3920.15 

WHITE, R. G. The Collier-folio Shakespeare. 

Mr. Collier's folio Shakspere of 1632. 

The Shakespeare mystery. 

Shakespeare's scholar. 

The text of Shakspere. 

Who was Juliet's runaway? 

WORKS, The, of Shakespeare. (Christian exam- 
iner, Nov., 1853. Boston.) No. 5 in G.3920.15 

In 0.3920.14 and 0.3920.15 are several newspaper cuttings and 
autograph letters. In 0.3920.16 are numerous cuttings from the 
Critic and the Athenaeum, together with newspaper scraps and 
several autograph letters of Collier. G.6oa.i6 is a scrap-book 
entirely devoted to the controversy. 



In 0.3920.16 are several autograph letters, etc. of R. Bal- 
manno, in regard to a proposed testimonial, an inkstand, to be 
presented to Mr. Collier by his American friends. 

Collins, William, 1720-1756. 

1245. An epistle : addrest to Sir Thomas Han- 
mer, on his edition of Shakespear's works. The 
second edition. To which is added, a song from the 
Cymbeline of the same author. By William Col- 
lins. London : JR. Dodsley. 1744. 15 pp. F 

No. 2 in G.60a.l7 

Same. In his Poetical works. London, 1827. 
Same. In his Poetical works. Boston, 1866. 
Collins, William? 

1246. A letter to George Hardinge, on the sub- 
ject; of a passage in Mr. Stevens's preface to his 
impression of Shakespeare. London : G. Kearsley, 
1777- (4). i> 48, (0 PP- 4 No. 2 in G.3920.30 

Attributed by Malone, in his " List of criticisms on Shak- 
speare," to the Rev. Mr. Collins, and by Nichols, in his " Illus- 
trations of literature," to William Collins. Malone adds, besides 
other curious facts that Dr. Johnson said of it : "A great gun 
without powder and ball." Capell is also said to have had a 
hand in it. The pamphlet is a defence of Capell's edition. 

Collins, William Wilkie, 1824 . 

1247. The stolen mask ; or, the mysterious cash 
box. By Wilkie Collins. Philadelphia : T. B. Pe- 
terson and brothers. [1862?] 17-80 pp. 8 

G.3954.14 ; 792.10 

The mask was a cast of Shakespeare taken from the Stratford 
bust. 

Collins' school and college classics. 

For editions of plays published in this series see Nos. 186, 
3'S, 344. 3 60 . 4 22 . 459. S 6 ". 5So> and &4S- 

FLEAY, F. G. Introduction to Shakespearian 
study. 
Colman, George, the elder, 1733-1794. 

1248. Man and wife ; or, the Shakespeare Jubi- 
lee. A comedy, of three acls, as it is performed at 
the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London, T. 
Becket and co. 1770. (6), v, (i), 64 pp. 8 

G.3942.11 
This copy lacks the last leaf. 

1249. Same. The second edition. London, T. 
Becket and co. 1770. (6), v, (i), 64 pp. 8 

No. 6 in G.3942.3 

Same. In his Dramatick works, vol. 2. London, 
1777. 8 G.3816.7.2 

Appendix to translation of Terence. See Nos. 
41, 55 and No. 2 in 6.3943.15. 
On the learning of Shakespeare. 

Editor of " King Lear," No. 374, of "A fairy tale," 
No. 502, and of "The sheep-shearing," No. 698. 

Comedy of errors. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BAILEY, S. On the received text. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Frauen- 
charaktere. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings. 

COMEDY of errors. (Once a week, O<5t. 6, 1866. 
London.} No. n in G.3950.8 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Bemerkungen zu den Alters- 
bestimmungen. 

Shakspere-Studien. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GESTA Grayorum. 

An account of some revels at Gray's Inn in 1594, in which 
occurs the following passage : "After such sports, a Comedy of 
Errors (like to Plautus his Menechmus) was played by the 
Players." This is the first mention of the play. 



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GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakespeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

PLAUTUS, M. A. Menechmi. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sackerklarende Anmerkungen. 

SIEVERS, E. B. William Shakspeare. 
Comical gallant, a comedy, by J. Dennis. See No. 

480. 
Commentaries on the historical plays. See T. P. 

COURTENAY. 

Comments. 
MASON, J. M. Comments on the last edition of 

Shakespeare's plays. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

Comparative review of the opinions of Boaden. 
See M. WYATT. 

Compendious or briefe examination, by W. STAF- 
FORD. See Nos. 723, 724. 

Conceits, clinches, flashes, and whimzies ; a jest 
book of the seventeenth century. London, 1860. 
4 G.4076.26 

Also reprinted in Hazlitt's Shakespeare jest-books. 

Concordances. 

AYSCOUGH, S. An index to the remarkable pas- 
sages. 

BECKET, A. A concordance. 

CLARKE, M. C. Complete concordance. 

DELIUS, N. Shakspere Lexikon. 

FURNESS, H. K. Concordance to Shakespeare's 
Poems. 

SCHMIDT, A. Shakespeare-lexicon. 

Twiss, F. A complete verbal index. 

WHEELER, W. A. A concordance to the Poems. 
Condell, Henry, 1627. 

Editor of the first Folio. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition, vol. 3. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Confessions. 

The confessions of William Shakspeare. (New 
monthly magazine. Jan., March, July, Sept., 1835. 
London.) No. 18 in G.3941.22 

A critique on the " Sonnets." 

IRELAND, W. H. Confessions. 
Confusion's master-piece. See T. FORD. 
Congal. 

1250. Congal and Fenella ; a tale. In two parts. 
London : C. Dilly. 1791. iv, 68 pp. 8 G.3937.27 

Founded on the story of Macbeth. 

Congdon, Charles T. 

The statesmanship of Shakspeare. (Harper's 
magazine, September, 1863. New York.) 

No. 7 in G.72.7.1 

Conjectural emendations on the text of Shakspere : 
with observations on the notes of the commenta- 
tors. (Gentleman's magazine, Aug , Nov., 1844, 
Feb., June, 1845. London.) No. 14 in G.3930.11 
Conolly, John, 1795-1866. 

1251. A study of Hamlet. By John Conolly. 
London : E. Moxon. 1863. (4), 209 pp. Sm. 8 

G.3937.21; 4599.15 

Nos. 90 and 91 in 0.51.5.1 and Nos. 5 and loa in 6.51.5.2 are 
autograph letters of Mr. Conolly addressed to J. Britton. 



Contention betweene the two famous houses, Lan- 
caster and Yorke. See No. 300. 

Contes moraux. See J. B. PERRIN. 

Conway, Moncure Daniel. 

Mr. William Shakspeare at home : Tercentenary, 

April 23, 1864. (Harper's magazine, Aug., 1864. 

New York.) No. 26 in G.72.7.1 

Cook, Eliza, 1817 . 

1252. Tercentenary ode : written for the Work- 
ing-men's Shakspeare celebration, April 23rd, 1864. 
By Eliza Cook. Spoken by Mr. Henry Marston. 
Broadside. No. 3 in G.50.29.1 
Cooke, Alexander. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Cooke, George Frederic, 1756-1812. 

KEMBLE and Cooke. 

REMARKS on the character of Richard the third. 
Cooke, James O'Neale. 

Shaksperean shadowings. (Leader, 1863. New 
York.) No. 2 in 3926.27 

Contents. Prelude; Merchant of Venice; Macbeth; King 
Lear; Much ado about nothing; King Henry iv; Othello. 
The articles are signed O..P. 

Cooke, Thomas, 1702-1756. 

1253. An epistle to the Countess of Shaftesbury, 
with a prologue and epilogue on Shakespeare and 
his writings. London, T. Cooper. 1743. 8 pp. F 

No. 2 in G.60a.21 
Cooke, Thomas, 1781-1848. 

Composer of seven of the songs in the second 
book of "The taming of the shrew." 

No. 2 in G.4060.11 
Cooper, John Gilbert, 1723-1769. 

1254. The tomb of Shakespear. A poetical 
vision. By John Gilbert Cooper. London: R. and 
J. Dodsley. 1755. 12 pp. 4 No. 2 in G.3947.2 

1255. Same. The second edition, corrected ; 
with considerable alterations. London : R. and J. 
Dodsley. 1755. n pp. 4 No. 3 in G.3947.2 

Same. In CHALMERS, A. English poets. 

2602.1.15 
Same. In ANDERSON, R. Poets of Great Britain. 

4604.1.10 
This poem is also in Shakespeare's works, No-36. 

Cooper, "William Durrant. 

Editor of the following: 

UDALL, N. Ralph Roister Doister. 

NORTON, T. Gorboduc. 

An autograph letter of Mr. Cooper is inserted in 6.3927.26, 
dated March 6, 1847. 

Coote, C. H. 

Shakspere's "New map " in Twelfth night. (New 
Shakspere society. Series i'. Transadtions, 1877-9.) 

G.100.1.3 
Cordila. 

How Queene Cordila, in dispaire, slew her selfe. 
See J. HIGGINS. 

Coriolanus. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BACON, D. Philosophy of the plays. 

BECKET, A. Shakespeare's himself again. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Frauen- 
charaktere. 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Medical knowledge of Shake- 
speare. 



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Coriolanus Craig 



CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H., Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-chara&ers. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the histor- 
ical plays. 

DELIUS, N. Shakespeare's Coriolanus. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litte'raires. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare commentaries. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art and 
characters. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

Shakespeare's Coriolanus. 

MEZIERES, A. Shakspeare ses ceuvres. 

1256. On the character of Coriolanus as deline- 
ated by Plutarch and Shakspeare. Manuscript. 23 
pp. F No. 2 in G.3940.22 

PARR, W. The story of the Moor of Venice. 

PLUTARCH. Lives of the noble Grecians and Ro- 
mans. 

PRESTON, M. Studies in Shakspeare. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 

SINGER, S. W. Text of Shakespeare vindicated. 

STAFFER, P. Shakespeare et 1'antiquite. 

VIEHOFF, H. Shakespeare's Coriolan. 

WHITE, R. G. Shakespeare's scholar. 
Corneille, Pierre, 1606-1684. 

REYMOND, W. Corneille, Shakspeare et Goethe. 
Cornelius Scriblerus Nothus, pseudonym of T. 

BURGESS. 
Corner, M. 

On Shakspeare's Hamlet. (New monthly maga- 
zine, March, 1820. London.} No. 7 in G.3937.11 
Corney, Bolton, 1784-1870. 

1257. (Private impression.) An argument on 
the assumed birthday of Shakspere : reduced to 
shape A. D. 1864. By Bolton Corney. [London, P. 
Shoberl, printer.'} 16 pp. 8 No. i in G.3947.37 

A presentation copy, on thick tinted paper, from the author to 
Mr. Barton. 

1258. (Private impression.) The Sonnets of 
Shakspere : a critical disquisition suggested by a 
recent discovery. By Bolton Corney. [London. 
F. Shoberl. 1862.] 16 pp. 8 No. 6 in G.3940.14 

No. 2 in G.3947.37 ; No. i in 4575.61 

On a communication of P. Chasles to the Athenaeum, on the 
" Sonnets." 6.3947.37 is a presentation copy to Mr. Barton, on 
thick tinted paper. 

Corn-wall, Barry, pseudonym of B. W. PROCTER. 
Corrodi, August. 

1259. Shakespeare. Lebensweisheit aus seinen 
Werken gesammelt von August Corrodi. Winter- 
thur. G. Liicke. 1863. (8), xxii, 112 pp. 16 

No. 3 in G.4056.4 

1260. Snme. Zweite vermehrte Auflage. Win- 
terthur. G. Liicke. 1864. xxix, 145 pp. 16 

G.3915.16 



Cosmopolite. Shakspeare, was he a 'Christian? 

See No. 1078. 
Corson, Hiram. 

1261. Jottings on the text of Hamlet. (First 
folio versus ' Cambridge ' edition.) By Hiram Cor- 
son. Ithaca : 200 copies privately printed. May, 
1874. 34 pp. 8 No. i in 6595.3 

Presentation copy to the library from the author. 

1262. Note on a passage in Shakespeare. Ith- 
aca, 1873. Broadside. 8 No. 2 in 6595.3 

Reprinted from "The nation," 28 Aug., 1873. 

1263. On a disputed passage in Shakespeare's 
Hamlet. Ithaca, 1873. 4 pp. 8 No. 3 in 6595.3 
Costume. See J. R. PLANCH^. 

Cotswold games. 

Annalia Dubrensia. Manchester, 1877. 4 

6605.28 

Cottage at Shottery, poem. See A. HATHAWAY. 
Courtenay, Thomas Peregrine. 

Shakspeare's historical plays, considered histori- 
cally. (New monthly magazine, June, i838-March, 
1839. London.} G.3922.21 

1264. Commentaries on the historical plays of 
Shakspeare. By Thomas Peregrine Courtenay. In 
2 v. London : H. Colburn. 1840. 8 

G.3922.22; 2597.19 

Contents. \. Preface; King John; Richard n; Henry rv; 
Henry v; Henry VI, part 1,2. 2. Henry vi, part 3; Richard 
: in; Henry vin ; Macbeth; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; Antony 
and Cleopatra ;" General observations ; Additional notices ; In- 
dex. 

Republished from the "New monthly magazine," with some 
additions and changes. 

Courthope, William John. 

1265. The three hundredth anniversary of Shake- 
speare's birth. A prize poem recited in the Theatre, 
Oxford, June 8, 1864, by William John Courthope. 
Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton. 1864. 15 pp. Sm. 
8 No. i in G.3942.21 
Coventry. 

Ludus Coventrite. A collection of mysteries. 
London: Shakespeare society. 1841. 8 G.3927.23 

The contents of this volume and cross-references to the Mys- 
teries will be given in the second part of the Catalogue. 

Cowley, Richard, 1618. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition vol. 3. 

Memoirs of aclors. 
Cox, Frederick. 

1266. A lecture on the genius, life, and character 
of William Shakspere : delivered to the Mutual im- 
provement society of Welford. By Frederick Cox. 
Leicester : printed by T. C. Bro-wne. 1853. 66 pp. 
8 G.3933.16 ; No. i in G.3940.5 

In 0.3940.5 is inserted an autograph letter of F. Cox, dated 
Mays, l8 4S- 

Cox, James,yw. 

1267. The tercentenary : a retrospect. By James 
Cox, jun., mayor of Stratford-on-Avon. London : 
Cassell, Fetter, and Galpin. 1865. 12 pp. 8 

No. 5 in G.3942.25 
Crab Tree. 

GREEN, C. F. Legend of Shakspeare's crab tree. 
Craft, Zachary, pseudonym of C. KELSALL. 

Craig, E. T. 

1268. Shakspere, and his portraits, bust, and 
monument. By E. T. Craig. [Part H. Shakspere: 
or, the Ardens of Warwickshire ; and the heritage 
of genius.] Second edition. London: F. Pitman. 
[1864?] 64 pp. Portraits. 8 No. i in G.3941.34 



95 



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1269. Shakespeare's portraits phrenologically 
considered. By E. T. Craig. Originally published 
in an English journal [Daily Post, Manchester] 
April 3oth, 1864, and now reprinted by J. Parker 
Norris. Fifty copies printed. Philadelphia: printed 
for private circulation. 1875. (2), 8 pp. 8 G.61.3 

Inserted is an autograph note of J. P. Norris, dated Odt. 16, 
>875- 

Craik, George Lillie, 1798-1866. 

The English of Shakespeare illustrated in a philo- 
logical commentary on his Julius Caesar. See Nos. 
33i> S3 2 - 336, 337> and 341. 
Cream Curdle, pseudonym of I. BROWN. 
Critical. 

1270. A critical examination of the respective 
performances of Mr. Kean and Mr. Macready, in 
Gibber's alteration of Shakespeare's historical play 
of King Richard the third. London : Simpkin and 
Marshall. 1819. (4), 40 pp. 8 

No. 7 in G.3824.5 ; No. 3 in G.3937.32 ; G.3937.33 
Criticism applied to Shakspere. See C. BADHAM. 
Croft, John. 

1271. Annotations on plays of Shakespear. 
(Johnson and Steevens's edition.) York: W. Blan- 
ctiard and son. 1810. iv, 24 pp. 8 G.3931.16 

1272. A select collection of the beauties of Shak- 
speare, with some account, etc. of the life of Shak- 
speare. York: 1792. 37 pp. 8 No. i in G.3943.12 

Rowe's Life is prefixed. 

Croker, Thomas Crofton, 1798-1854. 

Catalogue of a collection of antiquities. See No. 
1161. 

On the probability of the Golden Lion Inn, at 
Fulham, having been frequented by Shakespeare 
about the years 1595 and 96. In his Walk from Lon- 
don to Fulham. G.3935.13 

1273. Remarks on an article inserted in the pa- 
pers of the Shakespeare society. [1849.] X 5 PP- 
8 No. 2 in G.3917.28 

The article criticises Croker's accuracy as an editor. 
Cromwell, Thomas Lord. A tragedy. See page 

47 of this Catalogue and Nos. 790, 915, 916 and 917. 

KNIGHT, C. Pictorial edition, Nos. 70 and 77. 
Crosse, Samuel. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition vol. 3. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878. 

For engravings by Cruikshank see Nos. 125, 985, and 1130. 

Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. 

Editor of " All for love," No. 175, and " Timon of 
Athens," No. 670. 
Cumberland's British theatre. 

For editions of plays published in this series see Nos. 240, 
436, 664 and 676. 

SOMERSET, C. A. Shakspeare's early days. 
Cumberland's minor theatre. 

THOMAS, W. Shakspeare's festival. 
Cundell, Henry. 

Editor of The boudoir Shakespeare, No. 130. 
Cunningham, Peter, 1816-1869. 

1274. Extracts from the accounts of the revels at 
court, in the reigns of Q^ieen Elizabeth and King 
James I., from the original office books of the mas- 
ters and yeomen. With an introduction and notes, 
by Peter Cunningham. London: Shakespeare soci- 
ety. 1842. li, 228 pp 8 G.3927.13 ; 4596.3 ; 342.5 

The entries relating to Shakespeare have been proved to be 
forgeries. See The Athenaeum and R. G. White's Introduction 
to Ireland's " Confessions," New York, 1874, pp. xxi-xxxi. 

Inserted in 6.3917.28 are 13 autograph notes of Mr. Cunning- 
ham relating to the Shakespeare society. 



1275. Inigo Jones. A life of the architect ; by 
Peter Cunningham. Remarks on some of his 
sketches for masques and dramas; byj. R. Planche" ; 
and five court masques ; edited from the original 
MSS. of Ben Jonson, John Marston, etc. by J. Payne 
Collier. Accompanied by facsimiles of drawings 
by Inigo Jones ; and by a portrait from a painting 
by Vandyck. London : Shakespeare society. 1848. 
xxi, (2), 148 pp. 8 G.3927.15; 4596.16 

The masques are, Mask of queens, and the Twelfth night's 
revels, by Ben Jonson; Mountebank's mask, by John Marston; 
Mask of the Twelve months; Mask of the Four seasons. 

Cupid's cabinet unlock't. See No. 725. 
Curling, Henry. 

1276. The forest youth ; or, Shakspere as he 
lived. An historical tale. By Captain Curling. 
The pocket library. London : R. C. Eginton and 
co. 1853. 293 pp. Woodcut. Sm. 8 G.3934.11 

1277. The merry wags of Warwickshire. Or the 
early days of Shakspere. A drama. By Henry 
Curling. London: G. Wright. 1854. (6), 81 pp. 
8 G.3934.12 

1278. Shakspere ; the poet, the lover, the actor, 
the man. A romance. By Henry Curling. In 3 v. 
London: R. Bentley. 1848. I2 6 G.3934.10 
Cursory. 

HURDIS, J. Cursory remarks on the arrangement 
of the plays. 

RITSON, J. Cursory criticisms on . . . Malone. 

TAYLOR, E. Cursory remarks on tragedy. 
Cyclopaedia. 

FENNELL, J. H. Shakespeare cyclopaedia. 

Cymbeline. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BECKET, A. Shakespeare's himself again. 
BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BOCCACCIO, G. Decameron. 

" Bernab6 da Geneva," giornata 2, novella 9, contains a part 
of the plot of "Cymbeline." 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Frauen- 
charaktere. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H., Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, M. C. Girlhood of Shakespeare's hero- 
ines. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litte"raires. 

FLETCHER, G. Studies of Shakespeare. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere Studien. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes. 

HALL, H. T. Shakesperean fly-leaves. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. A few remarks on 
the emendation, " Who smothers her with paint- 
ing." 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revival of Shakespear's text. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele. 

HUDSON, H. N. Lectures on Shakspeare. 

Shakespeare : his life, art and characters. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 



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KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakespeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LINDNER, A. Die Einrichtung des Cymbeline 
fur die Buhne. 

LLOYD, W.'W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

MEZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses oeuvres. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

RICHARDSON, W. Essays on Shakespeare's dra- 
matic characters. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 

SINGER, S. W. Text of Shakespeare vindicated. 

SNIDER, D. J. System of Shakespeare's dramas. 

WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text. 

WESTWARD for smelts. 

WHITE, R. G. Shakespeare's scholar. 
Dale, Robert "William, 1829 . 

1279. Genius the gift of God ; a sermon on the 
Tercentenary of the birth of William Shakspeare, 
preached at Stratford-on-Avon, on Sunday, April 
24, 1864. By R. W. Dale. London : Hamilton, 
Adams, and co. 1864. 20 pp. 8 

No. ii in G.3942.25 
Dalgleish, Walter Scott. 

Editor of the "Shakespeare reader," No. 156, and 
of "Macbeth," No. 414. 
Daly, Charles P., 1816 . 

1280. Letter to James Henry Hackett. February 
24, 1863. (2), 22 pp. Manuscript copy. 4 

G.3930.8 

A criticism on Hackett's " Notes and comments upon certain 
plays and actors of Shakespeare." 

Inserted in No. n in 0.3942.26 are two autograph letters of 
Mr. Daly to Mr. Barton, relating to the Shakespeare monument. 

Dambeck, Johann Heinrich. 

Translator of "Venus and Adonis," and "Lu- 
crece," No. 737. 
Daua, Richard Henry, 1787-1879. 

Kean's acting. In his Poems and prose writings. 
Philadelphia, 1833. 8 4409.74 

No. 3 in 6.3940.1 1 contains a prospectus of a course of lectures 
on Shakespeare delivered by Mr. Dana in Philadelphia, Nov., 
Dec., 1840. There are also several newspaper cuttings giving 
reports of these lectures. 

Dance, James, 1774. 

Editor of "Timon of Athens." See No. 669. 
Daniel, George, 1790-1864. 

Catalogue of library. See No. 1039. 

Editor of "All's well that ends well," No. i in 
6.84.5, "Hamlet," No. 240, "Measure for measure," 
No. 436, "The tempest," No. 661, "Timon of Ath- 
ens," No. 664, and "Troilus and Cressida," No. 676. 
Daniel, Peter Augustine. 

A note on N. J. Halpin's Time-analysis of The 
merchant of Venice. (New Shakspere society. 
TransaAions, 1877-79. Series i.) G.100.1.3 

Editor of " Romeo and Juliet : " (i) Parallel texts 
of the first two quartos, (2) Reprint of quartos 1597, 
1599, (3) Revised edition of quarto 1599, G.IIO. 1.1 ; 
of Brooke's "Romeus and Juliet," and of "Rhomeo 
and Julietta" from Painter's "Palace of pleasure," 
G.IOI.I.I; all published by the New Shakspere 
society. 
Daniel, Samuel, 1562-1619. 

The civile wars between the two houses of Lan- 
caster and Yorke. London, 1595. 4 G.4073.22 
Dante, Alighieri, 1265-1321. 

KOENIG, W. Shakespeare als Dichter. 

J 3 4, >o, 79. 97 



Shakespeare und Dante. 

STEDEFELD, G. F. Die christlich-germanische 
Weltanschauung. 
Davenant, Sir William, 1605-1668. 

In remembrance of Master William Shakespeare. 
In his Madagascar; with other poems. London, 
1638. 12 G.4076.3 

Same. In his Works. London, 1673. F 

G.3820.2; 2600.6 

Same. In Anderson, R. Poets. London, 1793. 
8 4604.1.4 

Same. In Chalmers, A. English poets. Lon- 
don, 1810. 8 2602.1.6 

The law against lovers, a comedy. See No. 436a. 

The rivals, a comedy. See No. 719. 

Editor of "Macbeth," Nos. 388-390, and "The 
tempest," Nos. 647-650, 652, 656-661. 

ELZE, K. Sir William Davenant. 
Davies, Sir John, 1570-1626. 

Microcosmos. The discovery of the little world. 
Oxford, 1603. 4 G.4075.12 

On page 215 is a supposed allusion to Shakespeare and Bur- 
badge, the passage commencing "Players, I loue yee," having 
a reference in the margin to " W. S. R. B." 

Nosce teipsum. In CAPELL, E. Prolusions. 
Davies, Maurice. 

Shakespeare heroines. (New monthly magazine, 
Jan. -Dec., 1874. London.} 5377.1.n.s.5,6 

Short poems on Miranda, Isabella, Viola, Jessica, Cordelia, 
Ophelia, Hermione, Desdemona, Rosalind, Juliet, Titania and 
Katherine of Aragon. 

Davies, Thomas, 1710-1785. 

1281. Dramatic micellanies [s/'c] : consisting of 
critical observations on several plays of Shakspeare : 
with a review of his principal characters, and those 
of various eminent writers, as represented by Mr. 
Garrick, and other celebrated comedians. With 
anecdotes of dramatic poets, actors, etc. By Thomas 
Davies. In 3 v. London: printed for the author. 
1783,1784. Po'rtrait of T. Betterton. 8 

G.3923.14; 6594.2 

Contents. \. King John; Richard n; Henry iv; Henry vill. 
2. All's well that ends well; Everyman in his humour; Ben 
Jonson ; Macbeth; Julius Caesar; King Lear; Antony and Cleo- 
patra; Rule a wife and have a wife. 3. Hamlet; Dryden ; Ot- 
way; Rival queens; Rehearsal; Congreve; Betterton; C. Cib- 
ber. 

Under the auspices of a monthly dining-club at the Shake- 
speare tavern Davies produced this work. Nichols Literary 
anecdotes, vol. 5, p. 325. Vol. a is dated 1783. 

1282. Same. Dramatic miscellanies : . . . A 
new edition. Vol. I, 2. London: printed for the 
author. 1785. Portrait. 8 G.3925.4 

The contents are the same as in the first edition. 

Davy, John, 1774 . 

1283. Six madrigals, for four voices, three for 
two sopranos, tenore and bass, and three for one 
soprano, alto, tenor and bass, (The whole of the 
words from Shakespeare.) composed by John Daw. 
London, J. Balls, (i), 36 pp. F 

No. 9 in G.4060.1 
Death mask. See PORTRAITS. 
Death of Falstaff. .See Z. JACKSON. 
Debate between pride and lowliness. See F. 

THYNN. 
Deer-stealing. 

BRACEBRIDGE, C. H. Shakespeare no deer- 
stealer. 
Deinhardstein, Johann Ludwig, 1794-1859. 

Translator of "Taming of the shrew," No. 897, 
and of " Twelfth night," No. 902. 



Dekker Deutsche 



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Dekker, Thomas, i57o?-i638? 

1284. Patient Grissil : a comedy by Thomas 
Dekker, Henry Chettle, and William Haughton. 
Reprinted from the black-letter edition of 1603. 
With an introduction and notes [byj. P. Collier]. 
London: Shakespeare society. 1841. xvi, 96 pp. 
8 G.3927.30 ; G.301.8.3 ; 4596.1 ; 342.6 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Zeitgenos- 
sen. 
Delaplace, P. A. de. See P. A de LA PLACE. 

Deleyre, Alexandre, 1726-1797. 

Examen de Rome'o et Juliette. In Ducis, J. F. 
CEuvres, vol. 4. G.3576.4.4 

Delius, Nicolaus, 1813 . 

Die angebliche Shakespeare-Fletcher'sche Autor- 
schaft des Drama's 'The two noble kinsmen.' 
(Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. Jahr- 
buch, 1878.) 

Die Biihnenweisungen in den alten Shakespeare- 
Ausgaben. (Jahrbuch, 1873.) 

Chettle's Hoffman und Hamlet. (Jahrbuch, 
1874-) 

Dryden und Shakespeare. (Jahrbuch, 1869.) 

Die englischen Comddianten in Deutschland zu 
Shakspere's Zeit. Ein Vortrag gehalten zu Bonn am 
4. Marz 1865 von Nicolaus Delius. (Bremer Sonn- 
tagsblatt, 9 April, 1865.) No. 4 in 60a.24 

Die epischen Elemente in Shakespeare's Dramen. 
(Jahrbuch, 1877.) 

Same. Shakspere's use of narration in his dra- 
mas. Part i, Englisht by E. Gordon and Part 2 by 
E. Marx. (New Shakspere society. Transactions, 
1875-6. Series i.) G.100.1.2 

1285. J. Payne Collier's alte handschriftliche 
Emendationen zum Shakspere, gewiirdigt von Nico- 
laus Delius. Bonn, H. B. Konig. 1853. iv, 100 
pp. 8 No. i in G.3920.25 

Die letze Publicationen der New Shakspere Soci- 
ety. (Jahrbuch, 1877, 1878.) 

Lodge's Rosalynde und Shakespeare's As you like 
it. (Jahrbuch, 1871.) 

Die ' New Shakspere Society ' und ihre bisherigen 
Leistungen. (Jahrbuch, 1875.) 

Die Prosa in Shakespeare's Dramen. (Jahrbuch, 
1870.) 

Shakespeare's Coriolanus. (Jahrbuch, 1876.) 

1286. Shakspere-Lexikon. Ein Handbuch zum 
Studium der Shaksperischen Schauspiele von Nico- 
laus Delius. Bonn. H. B. Konig, 1852. xxix, (2), 
184, 303, (i) pp. 8 G.3910.5 

Contents. Verzeichniss und Erklarung sammtlicher in den 
Dramen vorkommender Worter ; Zur Textkritik und Erklarung 
der einzelnen Dramen. 

1287. Ueber das Englische Theaterwesen zu 
Shakspere's Zeit. Von Nicolaus Delius. Ein Vor- 
trag gehalten in Bonn am 21. Januar und in Koln 
am 17. Marz 1853. (Aus dem Bremer Sonntags- 
blatt abgedruckt.) Bremen. J. G. Heyse. 18153. 
19 pp. 8 No. i in G.3910.9 

Ueber Shakespeare's Pericles. (Jahrbuch, 1868.) 
Ueber Shakespeare's Sonette. (Jahrbuch, 1865.) 
Ueber Shakespeare's Timon of Athens. (Jahr- 
buch, 1867.) 

Ueber den urspriinglichen Text des King Lear. 
(Jahrbuch, 1875.) 

Same. The quarto and folio of King Lear. (New 
Shakspere society. Transactions, 1875-6. Series 
i.) G.100.1.2 

Translated by Eva G. Gordon. 



Ueber den urspriinglichen Text des Richard in. 
(Jahrbuch, 1872.) 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 94, 844, of 
"Macbeth," No. 405, and the " Pseudo-Shakspere- 
'sche Dramen," No. 701. See "The Leopold Shak- 
spere," No. 135. 

LEO, F. A. Die Delius'sche Kritik. 
Demogeot, Jacques Claude, 1810 . 

Translator of " Romeo and Juliet," No. 822. 

Denison, Henry. 

Translator of "Julius Caesar," No. 330. 
Dennie, Joseph, 1768-1812. 

A reputed editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 48. 
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. 

1288. An essay on the genius and writings of 
Shakespear : with some letters of criticism to the 
Spectator. By Mr. Dennis. London : B. Lintott. 
1712. (12), 66 pp. 8 G.3925.2 ; No. 3 in G.3823.5 

Same. In his Original letters. London, 1721. 

Editor of "The comical gallant," No. 480, and 
the " Invader of his country," No. 208. 
De Quincy, Thomas, 1786-1859. 

On the knocking at the gate in Macbeth. (Lon- 
don Magazine. Oft., 1823.) No. 3 in G.3937.28 

Same. (Morning post, 1845.) No. 4 in G.3937.28 

Same. In his Miscellaneous essays. Boston. 
1851. 8 895.8; 6604.3 

Same. In Art of conversation. Edinburgh, 1863. 
8 4567.1.13 

Same. In Shakspeare, a biography, No. 1289. 

Shakspeare. (Encyclopaedia Britannica. Seventh 
edition. Edinburgh, 1842.) A.110.1.20 

Same. In his Biographical essays. Boston, 1857. 
8 6604.2 

Same. Boston, 1860. 8 G.3941.18 

Same. In his Biographies of Shakspeare, Pope, 
[etc.]. Edinburgh, 1862. 8 4567.1.15 

Same. Edinburgh, 1863. 8 G.3941.19 

1289. Same. Shakspeare, a biography. By 
Thomas De Quincey. Edinburgh : A. and C. 
Black. 1864. (4), 99 pp. Portrait. 8 G.3941.20 

Contains also " On the knocking at the gate in Macbeth." 

The last new life of Shakspeare. (Fraser's maga- 
zine, July, 1841. London.} No. 8 in G.394L22 
Deschamps, Eniile Deschamps de Saint Amand, 

called Emile, 1791-1871. 

Translator of " Macbeth." Nos. 796, Soga, of " Ro- 
meo and Juliet," Nos. 823-825. 
Desdemona ; the magnifico's child. See M. C. 

CLARKE. Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. 
Desolate island, a mask, by J. BURN, No. 653. 
De Stendhal, pseudonym of M. H. BEYLE. 
Destouches, Philippe Ne"ricault, 1680-1754. 

Scenes angloises, tirees de La tempte. In his 
CEuvres dramatiques. Paris, 1822. 8 G.3570.3.5 

The scenes translated are taken from Dryden's alteration, and 
are not in the original play. The principal character Cleon and 
many of the situations in his " Le dissipateur," 6.3570.3.4, are 
borrowed from "Timon of Athens." 

Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Weimar. 

1290. Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Ge- 
sellschaft im Auftrage des Vorstandes herausgegeben 
durch Friedrich Bodenstedt [dritter dreizehnter 
Jahrgang durch Karl Elze]. Erster dreizehnter 
Jahrgang. Berlin, Weimar, G. Reimer \_etc.~\. 1865- 
78. 13 v. 8 4593.1 ; G.3910.4 

Contents. 1. 1865. Vorwort; Programm; Shakespeare in 
Deutschland, von A. Koberstein; Ueber Shakespeare's Sonette, 
von N. Delius ; Christopher Marlowe und Shakespeare's Verhalt- 
niss zu ihm, von H. Ulrici ; Hamlet in Frankreich, von K. Elze ; 
Shakespeare und Sophokles, von A. Scholl ; Marginalien zum 



SHAKESPEARIANA Deutsche 

Othello und Macbeth, von H. Koster; Fliichtige Bemerkungen 7. 1872. Jahresbericht fur 1870-71, von H. Ulrici; Wie soil 

iiber einige Stiicke, welche Shakespeare zugeschrieben vverden, man Shakespeare spielen? Romeo und Julie, von H. v. Friesen; 

von H. von Friesen; Die neue englischeText-Kritik des Shake- Die Abfassungszeit des Stunns, von K. Elze; Julius Casar, fur 

speare, von F. A. Leo; Shakespeare ein katholischer Dichter, die Biihrie eingerichtet von A. W. Schlegel, von \V. von Malt- 

von M. Bernays; Chapman in seinem Verhaltniss zu Shake- zahn; Ueber die innereEinheit in Shakespeare's Stiicken, von J. 

speare, von F. Bodenstedt; Bodmer's Sasper, von K. Elze; Mrs. Meissner; Ueber den urspriinglichen Text des Richard in, von 

Siddons, von F. Bodenstedt; Shakespeare's englische Historien N. Delius; Shakespeare und Dante, von W. Konig ; Zu ' Ende 

auf der Weimarer Biihne, von L. Eckardt; Randglossen, von gut, Alles gut,' von K. Elze; John Lilly und Shakespeare, von C. 

W. Bell ; Der Schlegel-Tiecksche Shakespeare, von M. Ber- C. Hense : I. Lilly und Shakespeare in ihrem Verhaltniss zum 

nays ; Einige Bemerkungen und Nachtrage zu A. Cohn's klassischen Alterthum ; Ein spanischer Shakespeare-Kritiker, 

"Shakespeare in Germany," von R. Kohler; Shakespeare-Bib- von C. Biller; Statistik der Leipziger Shakespeare-Auffuhrun- 

liographie, von A. Colin; Hinweisung auf einige neuere gen von 1817-1871, von R. Gericke; Die Shakespeare-Auffiihrun- 

Werke; Denkschrift des Vorstandes der Shakespeare-Gesell- gen in Berlin, von J. Meissner; Literarische Besprechungen; 

schaft an die deutschen Regierungen ; Statistischer Ueberblick. Miscellen; Zuwachs der Bibliothek ; Mitglieder-Verzeichniss. 

2. 1867. Vorwort; Jahresbericht von H. Ulrici; Die Charak- 8. 1873. Ein Wort iiber Shakespeare's Historien, von H. v. 
terziige Hamlet's, nachgezeichnet von einem Nichtphilosophen; Friesen; Jahresbericht fur 1871-1872, von H. Ulrici; Ueber die 
Bemerkuiigen zu den ATtersbestimmungen fiir einige Stiicke von Stellung der epischen Dirhtungen Shakespeare's in der engli- 
Shakespeare, von H. vori Friesen; Eduard in., angeblich ein schen Literatur, von B. Tschischwitz ; Shakespeare's muthmass- 
Stiick von Shakespeare, von H. von Friesen ; Die dramatische liche Reisen, von K. Elze; Shakespeare's Ausprache, nach A. J. 
Einheit in Julius Casar, von A. Lindner; Shakespeare's Gelt- Ellis, von E. Muller; Wie soil man Shakespeare spielen? Der 
ung fiir die Gegenwart, von K. Elze; Cordelia als tragischer Kaufmann von Venedig, von H. v. Friesen; Die Biihnenwei- 
Charakter, von W. Oehlmann; Die realistische Shakespeare- sungen in den alien Snakespeare-Ausgaben, von N. Delius; 
Kritik und Hamlet, von F. T. Vischer; Shakespeare und die " Was Ihr wollt," als komisches Gegenstiick zu Romeo und Julia, 
Tonkunst, von F. Forster; Bermerkungen iiber symbolische von W. Konig; John Lilly und Shakespeare, von C. C. Hense; 
Kunst im Drama in it besonderer Beriicksichtigung Shake- Statistik der Karlsruher Shakespeare- Auffiihrungen in den Jahr- 
speare's, von A. Lindner; The still lion, an essay towards en 1810-1873, von O. Devrient; Beitrage zur Statistik der Shake- 
the restoration of Shakespeare's text, by C. M. Ingieby; Ueber speare- A uffuhrungen deutscher Biihnen, gesammelt von R. Ge- 
einige Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in MUnchen, von I-.Boden- ricke; Charles Knight; Literarische Besprechungen; Miscellen; 
stedt; Ueber die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in Karlsruhe, Shakespeare-Bibliographic, von A. Cohn; Zuwachs der Bibli- 
von O. Devrient; Ludwig Devrient als Konig Lear, von H. othek. 

Ulrici; Ueber die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in Meiningen, 9. '874. Shakespeare und Garrick, von G. F. Vincke; Jahres- 

von W. Rossmann; Ueber die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in bericht fiir 1872-73, von H. Ulrici; 1st Troilus und Cressida Come- 

Stuttgart; Eine Charakteristik Hamlet's fiir Schauspieler, von dy oder Tragedy oder History? von H. Ulrici ; Bearbeitungen und 

W. Rossmann; Ueber Shakespeare's Timon of Athens, von N. Auffiihrungen Shakespeare'scher Stiicke vom Tode des Dichters 

Delius; Hamlet's "Mortal coil," von K. Elze; Zur Shake- bis zum Tode Garricks, von G. /'.Vincke; ZuHeinrich vin, von 

speare-Literatur; Shakespeare-Bibliographic zusammengestellt K. Elze; Ueber Shakespeare's Narren, von J. Thiimmel; Nym- 

von A. Cohn. - phidia oder der Feenhof, von M. Drayton, Ubersetzt von H. v. 

3. 1868. Vorwort; Ueber Shakespeare's Fehler und Man- Friesen; Great- Britain's Mourning Garment, von J. Meissner; 

fel, von H. Ulrici; Jahresbericht fiir 1865-1866; Bericht iiber Chettle's Hoffman und Shakespeare's Hamlet, von N. Delius; 

ie General- Versammlung zu Berlin; Essay iiber Richard Ueber die Entlehnungen Shakespeare's, insbesondere aus Rabe- 

iii, von W. Oechelhauser; Zum Sommernachtstraum, von K. lais und einigen italienischen Dramatikern, von W. Konig; Der 

Elze; Ueber Shakespeare's Pericles, von N. Delius; Die Ge- Shakespeare-Dilettantismus, von K. Elze; Scenen-Eintheilun- 

miithsseite des Hamlet-Charakters, von W. Oehlmann; Glosse gen und Orts-Angaben in den Shakespeare'schen Dramen, von 

zu einer Stelle aus Shakespeare's Hamlet (Akt in, Scene 2), von R. Koppel; Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen der Mannheimer Hof- 

H. v. Friesen; Die Troilus-Fabel in ihrer literatur-geschichtli- und Nationalbiihne, 1779-1870; Statislischer Ueberblick iiber d e 

chen Entwickelung, und die Bedeutung des letzten Akts von Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen deutscher Biihnen vom i.Juli 1872 bis 

Shakespeare's Troilus und Cressida im Verhaltniss zum ge- 30. Juni 1873; Literarische Besprechungen; Miscellen; Zuwachis 

sammten Stiicke, von K. Eitner; Shakespeare's Antonius und der Bibliothek. 

Kleopatra und Plutarch's Biographic des Antonius, von T. 10. 1875. Shakespeare's Kindergestalten, von J. Thiimmel; 

Vatke; Zur Shakespeare'schen Textkritik, von A. Schmidt; Jahresbericht fur 1873-1874, von H. Ulrici; Ueber die Todten- 

Die Einrichtung des Cymbeline fiir die Biihne, von A. Lindner; maske Shakespeare's, von H. Schaaff hausen ; Ueber den ur- 

Die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in Meiningen, von W. Oechel- spriinglichen Text des King Lear, von N. Delius; Shake- 

hauser; Zu Shakespeare's The taming of the shrew, von R. speare's Character, seine Welt-und Lebensanschauung, von K. 

Kohler; Literarische Uebersicht; Notizen; Zuwachs der Bibli- Elze; Ben Jonson, von H. v. Friesen; Alcilia, ein Sammlung 

othek der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft seit April, 1867; von Gedichten aus dem Jahre 1595, von W. Wagner; Ueber den 

Shakespeare-Bibliographic, von A. Cohn. Gang von Shakespeare's dichterischer Entwickelung und die 

4. 1869. Vorwort; Jahresbericht fiir 1867-1868, von H. Ulri- Reihenfolge seiner Dramen nach demselben, von W. Konig; 
ci; Bericht iiber die Generalversammlung zu Weimar; Dryden Voltaire und Shakespeare, von W. Konig jun.; Hamlet in 
und Shakespeare, von N. Delius; Shakespeare's Coriolan, Spanien, von C. Michaelis; Ueber die ' New Shakspere Society' 
von H. Viehoff; Shakespeare und Euripides, von T. Vatke; und ihre bisherigen Leistungen, von N. Delius; Statistischer 
Ueber Shakespeare's Sonette, von H. v. Friesen; Sir W. Dave- Ueberblick iiber die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen deutscher Biih- 
nant, von K. Elze ; Timon von Athen, von B. Tschischwitz ; nen vom i . Juli 1873 bis 30. Juni 1874 ; Howard Staunton ; Litera- 
Ueber Shakespeare's Macbeth, von H. v. Friesen; Nachlese, rische Besprechungen; Miscellen; Shakespeare-Bibliographic, 
von Hermann Kurz : I. Die Wilderersage, n. Zum Sommer- von A. Cohn; Zuwachs der Bibliothek; Berichtigungen und 
nachtstraum ; Shakespeare's Bildnisse, von K. Elze ; Ueber Nachtrage. 

eine neue Biihnenbearbeitung von Richard in, von W. Oechel- 11. 1876. Shakespeare und Schroder, von G. F. Vincke; 

hauser; Shakespeare auf dem Wiener Burgtheater, von W. Shakespeare's Coriolanus in seinem Verhaltniss zum Coriolanus 

Oechelhauser; Literarische Uebersicht; Miscellen; Zuwachs des Plutarch, von N. Delius; Ueber und zu Mucedorus, von 

der Bibliothek; Mitglieder-Verzeichniss. W. Wagner; Emendationen und Bemerkungen zu Marlowe, 

5. 1870. Jahresbericht fiir 1868-1869, von H. Ulrici; Shake- von W. Wagner; Ueber Shakespeare's Clowns, von J. Thiini- 
speare's Julius Casar, von JL Viehoff ; Ueber das Dunkel in der mel ; Shakespeare und Giordano Bruno, von W. Konig; Die 
Hamlet-Tragodie, von H. A. Werner; Zu Titus Andronicus, Entwickelung der Sage von Romeo und Julia, von K. P. 
von H. Kurz; Deutsche Dichter in ihrem Verhaltniss zu Shake- Schulze; Eine Quelle zu Shakespeare's Sommernachtstraum, 
speare, von C. C. Hense; Shakespeare's Werth fiir unsere na- von F. Krauss; Polymythie in dramatischen Dichtungen Shake- 
tionale Literatur, von W. Oehlmann; Wie soil man Shakespeare speare's, von C. C. Hense; Noten und Conjedturen zu Shake- 
spielen? von H. v. Friesen; Aphorismen iiber Shakespeare's speare, von K. Elze; Statistischer Ueberblick iiber die Shake- 
Sturm, von J. Meissner; Die Prosa in Shakespeare's Dramen, speare-Auffiihrungen deutscher Biihnen vom i. Juli 1874 bis 30. 
von N. Delius; Prolog und Epilog bei Shakespeare, von F. Lii- J""* '875 j Literarische Uebersicht; Miscellen; Katalog der 
ders; Heinrich vi, in Ein Stuck zusammengezogen und fur die Bibliothek; Mitglieder-Verzeichniss. 

Biihne bearbeitet, von W. Oechelhaiiser; Ueber die Darstellung 12. 1877. Die epischen Elemente in Shakespeare's Dramen, 

des Sommernachtstraums auf der deutschen Biihne, von W. von N. Delius; Nachtrag ; Jahresbericht fiir 1875-6, von A. v. 

Oechelhauser; Die Schreibung des Namens Shakespeare, von K. Loe'n ; Shakespeare in Griechenland, von W. Wagner; Milton, 

Elze; Rev. Alexander Dyce; Literarische Besprechungen ; Mis- ein Gegenbild zu Shakespeare, von K. Elze; Das Shakespeare- 

cellen; Zuwachs der Bibliothek; Shakespeare-Bibliographie, Biichlem des Armen Mannes im Toggenburg vom Jahr 1780, 

von A. Cohn. mitgetheilt von E. Gotzinger; Ueber Shakespeare's Quellen zu 

6. 1871. Vorwort; Ueber Shakespeare's Humor, von H. Ul- Konig Lear, von H. v. Friesen; Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen in 
rici ; Jahresbericht fiir 1869-1870, von H. Ulrici ; Zu einer neuen Leipzig und Dresden 1778-1817, von R. Gericke ; Der Epilog zu 
Biihnenbearbeitung des Macbeth, von R. Gericke; Deutsche Troilus und Cressida, von T. Bruns; Shakespeare's Konigsdra- 
Dichter in ihrem Verhaltniss zu Shakespeare, von C. C. Hense; men, ihr Zusammenhang und ihr Werth fur die Biihne, von W. 
Zum Kaufmann von Venedig, von K. Elze; Die Quellen der Konig; Shakespeare's Hamlet, seine Quellen und politischen Be- 
Troilus-Sage in ihrem Verhaltniss zu Shakespeare's Troilus und ziehungen, von K. Silberschlag; Statistischer Ueberblick iiber 
Cressida, von W. Hertzberg; Lodge's Rosalynde und Shake- die Shakespeare-Auffiihrungen deutscher Biihnen vom i. Juli 
speare's As you like it, von N. Delius ; Wie soil man Shakespeare 1875 bis 30. Juni 1876; Uber die letzten Publicationen der ' New 
spielen? von H. v. Friesen; Die Grundziige der Hamlet-Trago- Shakspere Society,' von N. Delius; Literarische Besprechun- 
die, von \V. Konig; Shakespeare, der Schauspieler, von H. gen; Miscellen; Shakespeare-Bibliographie, von A. Cohn; Zu- 
Kurz; G. G. Gervinus; Literarische Besprechungen; Miscellen; wachs der Bibliothek; Register zum Jahrbuch l-xn. 
Shakespeare-Bibliographie, von A. Cohn ; Katalog der Bibli- 13. 1878. Der Miles Gloriosus bei Shakespeare, von J.Thiim- 
othek, von.R. Kohler. mel ; Jahresbericht fiir 1876-77, von W. Oechelhauser; Die ange 

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SHAKESPEARIANA 



bliche Shakespeare-Fletcher'sche Autorschafl des Drama's ' The 
two noble kinsmen,' von N. Delius ; Noten und Conjedluren, von 
K. Elze; Ueber den Sommernachtstraum, von B. ten Brink; Ue- 
ber die bei Shakespeare vorkommenden Wiederholungen, vonW. 
Konig; Italienische Skizzen zu Shakespeare, von T. Elze; Ein 
griechische Quelle zu Shakespeare's Sonetten, von W. Hertz- 
berg; Shakespeare's Masz fiir Masz und die Geschichte vom 
Promos und Cassandra, von K. Foth ; ' Wie es euch gefallt' 
auf der Biihne, von G. F. Vincke; The jolly goshawk, von K. 
P. Schulze; Die Darstellung der Seelenkrankneiten in Shake- 
speare's Dramen, von C. C. Hense ; Metrisches, Granimatisches, 
Chronologisches zu Shakespeare's Dramen, von \V. Hertz- 
berg; Garrick's Biihnenbearbeitungen Shakespeare's, von G. 
F. Vincke ; Schluszbemerkungen zum ' Biihnen- und Familien- 
Shakespeare,' von W. Oechelhauser ; Hamlet seit hundert 
fahren in Berlin; Statistischer Ueberblick iiber die Shake- 
speare-Auftiihrungen deutscher Biihnen vom i.Juli 1876 bis 30. 
Juni 1877; Ueber die letzten Publicationen der 'New Shakspere 
society," von N. Delius; Literarische Besprechungen ; Miscel- 
len; 2uwachs der Bibliothek. 

Bodenstedt edited the first two volumes only. Elze edited all 
the rest. The first six volumes were published in Berlin, 1-4 by 
Reimer, 5, 6 by Asher. The remainder were published at Wei- 
mar by A. Huschke. On 6.3910.4 are volumes i and 2 only. 

Deverell, Robert, 1759-1841. 

Hieroglyphics and other antiquities. In treating 
of which many favourite pieces of Butler, Shake- 
speare, and other great writers, in prose and verse, 
are put in a light now entirely new, by notes, occa- 
sional dissertations, and upwards of two hundred 
engravings in wood and copper. By Robert Deve- 
rell. In 6 v. Second edition. London : T.andJ. 
Allman. 1813, 16. 8 G.3930.6 

In vol. 2 is the text of " Hamlet" and " King Lear," and in 
vol. 3 of " Othello" and the " Merchant of Venice," with curious 
notes explaining numerous passages by references to the moon. 
The full contents and a bibliographical account of the work and 
a notice of the author, whose original name was Pedley, will be 
given in the second part of this Catalogue. Vols. I, 5, 6 are of 
the second edition, the others are of the first, the title of which 
commences, " Discoveries in hieroglyphics." 

Devrient, Daniel Ludwig, 1784-1832. 

ELLET, E. F. Louis Devrient. 

ULRICI, H. Ludwig Devrient als Lear. 
Devrient, Eduard Philipp, 1801-1877. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 854. 

A portrait of Devrient is in 7221.2.1879. 

Devrient, Otto. 

Die Shakespeare--Auffuhrungen in Karlsruhe. 
(Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1867.) 

Statistik der Karlsruher Shakespeare-Auffiihrun- 
gen in den Jahren 1810-72. (Jahrbuch, 1873.) 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 854. 
Devrient, Wilhelmine Schroder, 1805 . 

ELLET, E. F. W. S. Devrient. 
Dexter, Arthur. 

Plays and play-acting. (Atlantic monthly, Sept., 
1862. Boston.} Nos. 3, 5 in G.3940.4 

In part on adaptations of Shakespeare. 

Dialogue between an actor and a critic. See D. 

GARRICK. 
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. 

1291. The overture, songs, airs, and chorusses, 
in the Jubilee or Shakespear's Garland as per- 
formed at Stratford upon Avon, and the Theatre 
Royal Drury Lane. To which is added a cantata 
called Queen Mab or the fairies jubilee. Composed 
by Charles Dibdin. London : . Johnston. 39 pp. 
Obi. f J No. i in G.4060.12 

1292. Qjjeen Mab or the fairies jubilee, a cantata 
composed for the Jubilee at Stratford upon Avon 
which was held in honour of the immortal Shake- 
speare September the 6th and 7th 1769. The words 
and musick by the author and composer of the Pad- 
lock. London: I. Johnston, (i), 5pp. F 

No. 4 in G.4060.7 

The words of this cantata are by Isaac Bickerstaff, the music 
by Mr. Dibdin. 



Then is there mirth in heaven, composed by C. 
Dibdin. In ADDISON, J. Collection of vocal music. 
Dibdin, Thomas, 1771-1841. 

Editor of " All for love," No. 176. 
Dichter's, Des, Weihe. Drama. See L. STEIN. 
Dichterleben. Novelle. See L. TIECK. 
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. 

1293. Charles Dickens on Fechter's acting; fol- 
lowed by the critical notices (extracted from the 
London journals) on his Hamlet. Othello, Ruy 
Bias, Lady of Lyons, etc. J. H. Clark, printer, 
Leeds. 24 pp. 12 No. 6 in G.3940.13 
Dicks' edition of Shakespeare. See No. 117. 
Dictionary. 

DELIUS, N. Shakspere-Lexicon. 

1294. DICTIONARY of quotations from the British 
poets. In three parts. Part the first. Shakspeare. 
By the author of the Peerage and baronetage charts, 
etc. London : G. and W. B. Whittaker. 1824. xix, 
276, (24) pp. 12 G.3955.15 

1295. Same. A dictionary of quotations from 
Shakspeare. Second edition. London : H. G. 
Bohn. 1843. xi, 298 pp. 12 G.3955.16 

1296. DICTIONARY of Shakespearian quotations. 
Exhibiting the most forcible passages illustrative of 
the various passions, affections and emotions of the 
human mind. Selected and arranged in alphabetic 
order, from the writings of the eminent dramatic 
poet. Philadelphia : F. Bell. 1853. xii, 418 pp. 
12 357.4 

1297. Same'. Philadelphia : F. Bell. 1859. xii . 
418 pp. Portrait. 12 G.3955.20 

DOLBY, T. The Shakespearian dictionary. 
JERVIS, S. Dictionary of the language of Shak- 
speare. 

SCHMIDT, A. Shakespeare-lexicon. 

WALBRAN, C. J. Dictionary of Shakspere quota- 
tions. 

Dido and ./Eneas, a mask by C. Gildon, No. 437. 
Diezmann, Johann August, 1806-1869. 

Translator of " W. Shakespeare " by V. HUGO. 
Dingelstedt, Franz Ferdinand Friedrich, 1814 . 

Studien und Copien. See No. 852. 
Dippold, Hans Carl, 1783-1811. 

Translator of the "Merry wives of Windsor." See 
No. 849. 
Disselhoff, Julius. 

1298. Shakespeare's Tragodien ein Wegweiser 
zum Glauben. Ein Vortrag, gehalten in Schwelm 
den 7. December 1858 von Jul. Disselhoff. Schwelm. 
M. Scherz. 28 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3910.15 
Distrest lovers, a play by Theobald, No. 706. 
Diverting history . . . ofFalstaff. See FALSTAFF. 
Dix, "William Giles. 

1299. An imaginary conversation between Wil- 
liam Shakespeare and his friend, Henry Wriothesly, 
earl of Southampton. Also, an imaginary conver- 
sation, between the same Mr. Shakespeare, and Mr. 
Richard Qtiyner, an old associate of his, at Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon. Boston : Jordan and co. 1844. 
40 pp. 12 No. ii in G.72.7.1 
Dodd, William, 1729-1777. 

1300. The beauties of Shakespeare : regularly 
selected from each play. With a general index, 
digesting them under proper heads. Illustrated 
with explanatory notes, and similar passages from 
aiitient and modern authors. By William Dodd. 
In 2 v. London : T. Waller. 1752. 12 

G.3957.1; G.3957.2; 6599.8 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Dodd Douce 



1301. Same. In 3 v. The third edition with 
large additions, and the author's last corrections. 
London: J. Macgoivan. 1780. 12 

G.3957.3 ; G.3957.4 

Both copies have the satirical dedication to Lord Chesterfield, 
which, according to Halliwell, " was cancelled in most copies." 

Same. By Alexander CAMPBELL. See No. 1144. 

1302. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare, regu- 
larly selected from each play : with a general index, 
digesting them under proper heads. By the late W. 
Dodd. Chisivick : Shertvood, Neely, and Jones. 
1818. xliii, 378, (18) pp. Illustrated. 12 

G.3957.5 

1303. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare. By 
the late William Dodd. Chisiuick press. C. Whit- 
tingham, 1821. x, 353, (18) pp. Illustrated. Sm. 

8 G.78.8 

1304. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare ; with 
a general index. By William Dodd. London : 
Baynes and son. 1824. Illustrated. 336pp. 12 

G.3957.6 

1305. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare. By 
the late William Dodd. Chisivick : T. Tegg. 1825. 
x, 353, (18) pp. Sm. 8 G.3957.7 ; 6599a'.5 

1306. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare regu- 
larly selected from each play. With a general index, 
digesting them under proper heads. By the late 
William Dodd. Boston : T. Bedlington. 1827. 345 
pp. Illustrated. 12 G.77.12 

1307. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare ; with 
a general index. By William Dodd. Baltimore : 
W. H. Hickman. 1835. 378 pp. 12 G.3957.8 

1308. Same. Musterstiicke aus Shakspeare's 
Dramen. Englisch und deutsch. Franfurt am 
Main. J. D. Sauerldnder. 1835. 2 v. 12 

G 3957.9 

The German translations are mostly from Schlegel. There is 
an English title-page which reads, " The beauties of Shak- 
speare. The Vorrede is signed " Berly." 

1309. Same. The life and beauties of Shak- 
speare : comprising careful selections from each 
plav; with a general index, digesting them under 
proper heads. By the late William Dodd. Illus- 
trated. Boston : Phillips, Sampson, and co. 1850. 
lix, 9-345 pp. Portrait. 12 G.77.8 

A " Life of Shakspeare" is prefixed. 

1310. Same. London : Washbourne and co. 
1854. 38o pp. Sm. 8 364.4 

1311. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare : with 
a general index. By William Dodd. A new edi- 
tion. Halifax: Milner and Soiverby. 1860. 384 
pp. Illustrated. Sm. 8 G.3957.10 

1312. Same. The beauties of Shakspeare. By 
William Dodd. From the last London edition, with 
large additions and the author's latest corrections. 
Philadelphia: Porter and Coates. [1869?] Illus- 
trated, iv, 380 pp. 16 6599.10 
Doering, August. 

1313. Shakspeare's Hamlet seinem Grundge- 
danken und Inhalte nach erlautert. Von August 
Doring. Hamm. G. Grote'sc/ie Verlagsbuchhand- 
lung. 1865. 96 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3916.17 
Doering, Johann Michael Heinrich, 1789-1862. 

Translator of thirteen plays, Nos. 836, 838 and 
842, and of the spurious plays, No. 916. 
Dolby, Thomas. 

1314. The Shakespearian dictionary ; forming a 
general index to all the popular expressions, and 
most striking passages in the works of Shakespeare ; 
from a few words to fifty or more lines : an appro- 
priate synonym being affixed to each extract, with a 
reference to the context. The whole designed to 



introduce the beauties of Shakespeare into the 
familiar intercourse of society. By Thomas Dolby. 
London: Smith, Elder, and co. 1832. vi, (2), 367 
pp. Portrait, the Droeshout. 8 

G.3921.7 ; G.75.2 ; E.227.4 

6.3921.7 is on large paper. .227.4 ' s a small paper copy in 
duodecimo, printed from the same plates as the first copy, but with 
different signatures, and the page-numbers are removed from the 
bottom to the top of the page. It also contains an engraving of 
the Chandos portrait. 6.75.2 is a scrap-book made up of the 
greater part of the book \vith numerous manuscript additions. 
From the manuscript preface it was evidently prepared for a 
second edition, but was apparently never published. Prefixed is 
a manuscript title-page: "The Shaksperian dictionary. De- 
signed to introduce, in his own language, the piety, wisdom, 
wit, and fancy of that incomparable author into the familiar 
intercourse of society. By Thomas Dolby." 

1315. A thousand Shakesperian mottoes ; se- 
lected and arranged for instant reference and appli- 
cation, by. Thomas Dolby. London : H. Dolby. 
[1856.] vii, (i), 96 pp. 32 G.3956.24 
Don Quixote. 

SCHUELLER, E. Don Quixote und Falstaff. 
TURGENEF, I. S. Hamlet et Don Quichotte. 
Donne, Charles Edward. 

1316. An essay on the tragedy of " Arden of Fe- 
versham," being the substance of a paper read at 
the meeting of the Kent Archaeological society held 
at Feversham in July, 1872, with notes, by C. E. 
Donne. London: R. Smith and co. 1873. (4), 19 
pp. Fac-simile. 8 G.76.9 
Donne, John, 1573-1631. 

Polydoron. London, 1631. 12 G.4075.14 

" Names were first questionless given for distinction, facultie 
. . . Armestrong, Shakespeare, of high qualitie;" pp. 31, 32. 

Donnelly, Ignatius, 1831 . 

1317. The sonnets of Shakspeare : an essay by 
Ignatius Donnelly. Printed for private distribution. 
Saint Paul: printed by G. W. Moore. 1859. *6 
pp. 8 G.76.11 

A presentation copy to the Library from the author. 

Doran, John, 1807-1878. 

Love for, and the lovers of, Shakspere. (Gentle- 
man's magazine, Feb., 1856. London.} 8 

No. 2 in G.3940.4 



(Nineteenth century, 
7265.5:3 



Shakespeare in France. 
Jan., 1878. London.} 
Dorastus and Fawnia, a tale. See R. GREENE. 
Dore", Paul Gustave, 1832 . 

Illustrator of " The tempest," Nos. 636 and 637. 
Dorr, Robert. 

Translator of the "Merry wives of Windsor" into 
Plattdeutsch, No. 939. 

Dorset, Thomas, earl of. See T. SACKVILE. 
Double falsehood ; or, the distrest lovers, a play by 

Theobald. See No. 706. 
Douce, Francis, 1762-1834. 

1318. Illustrations of Shakspeare, and of ancient 
manners with dissertations on the clowns and fools 
of Shakspeare ; on the collection of popular tales 
entitled Gesta Romanorum ; and on the English 
Morris dance. By Francis Douce. The engravings 
on wood by J. Berryman. In 2 v. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1807. 8 

G.3932.12 ; G.3932.13 ; 2596.1 

There is inserted in 6.3932.13 an autograph letter of Douce, 
and a drawing of three fools dancing " found in a copy belong- 
ing to a particular friend of the author." No. 26 in 6.51.5.1 is an 
autograph letter of Douce to J. Britton. 

1319. Same. The engravings on wood by Jack- 
son. A new edition. London : T. Tegg. 1839. 
xiv, (2), 631 pp. 8 C U.3932.14 

Douce's illustrations. (Edinburgh Review, July, 
1808.) No. 8 in G.3917.27 



Doucha Duels 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Doucha, Frantisek. 

Translator of seven of Shakespeare's plays, No. 
763- 
Dover, England. 

1320. A description of Shakespeare's cliff, Do- 
ver. Dover: T. Rigden. (2), 8 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3946.15 

GILLMOR, C. Reflections from Shakspeare's cliff. 
Dowdall, John. 

1321. Traditionary anecdotes of Shakespeare. 
Collected in Warwickshire, in the year 1693. Now 
first published from the original manuscript. Lon- 
don : T. Rodd. 1838. 19, (i) pp. 8 G.3941.6 

The letter is signed John At Stiles, and endorsed " from Mr. 
Dowdall." It is edited with an "Advertisement" and notes by 
J. P. Collier. 

Dowden, Ed-ward. 

1322. Shakespeare scenes and characters. A 
series of illustrations. Designed by Adamo, Hof- 
mann, Makart, Pecht, Schwoerer, and Spiess; en- 
graved on steel by Bankel, Bauer, Goldberg, Raab, 
and Schmidt. With explanatory text selected and 
arranged by E. Dowden. London : Macmillan and 
co. 1876. xvi, 276 pp. 36 plates. 4 4590.9 

PECHT, F. Shakespeare-Galerie. 

1323. Shakspere : a critical study of his mind 
and art. H. S. King and co. London. 1875. ix, 
(3), 430 pp. 8 6591.10 

1324. Literature primers. Edited by John Rich- 
ard Green. Shakspere. By Edward Dowden. Lon- 
don : Macmillan and co. 1877. 167 pp. 16 

6594.17 

1325. Same. New Tork : D. Appleton and co. 
1878 [1877]. (2), 167 pp. 12 6599a.6 
Dowling, Maurice G. 

Othello travestie, No. 548. Romeo and Juliet, a 
burletta, No. 612. 
Downs, . 

Paddy M'Shane's Seven ages, No. 985. 
Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings, bart., 1810 . 

Lectures on poetry. Second series. London, 
1877. 8 2564.60.2 

Lectures 7-9 are on " Lear," " Othello," " Macbeth," and 
"The tempest." 

Drake, Nathan, 1766-1836. 

1326. Memorials of Shakspeare ; or, sketches of 
his character and genius, by various writers, now 
first collected : with a prefatory and concluding es- 
say, and notes, by Nathan Drake. Forming a valu- 
able accompaniment to every edition of the poet. 
London : H. Colburn. 1828. viii, 494 pp. 8 

G.3932.15 

1327. Same. Shaksperiana : or, sketches of 
Shakspeare's character and genius, by Coleridge, 
Campbell, Wilson, Schlegel, Madame de Stael, 
Gregory, Godwin, Villemain, Beattie, Cumberland, 
Gardenstone, Lessing, Lamb, Warton, Mackenzie, 
Dryden, Goethe, Sir Walter Scott, etc. Now first 
collected, with a prefatory and concluding essay, and 
notes, by Nathan Drake. Forming a valuable ac- 
companiment to every edition of the poet. London : 
H. Colburn. 1828. viii, 494 pp. 8 2597.3 

A new title-page only. 

No. 62 in 0.51.5.1 is an autograph letter from Drake, dated 
July 30, 1818, relating chieftV to the authorship of Henry VI. 
In G. Cab. 1. 12 is a portrait of Drake. 

1328. Noontide leisure ; or, sketches in summer, 
outlines from nature and imagination, and including 
a tale of the days of Shakspeare. By Nathan Drake. 
In 2 v. London : T. Cadell. 1824. 8 

G.3924.15; G.3924.16 

The story is culled " Montchensey, a tale of the days of Shak- 
speare." 



1329. Shakspeare and his times; including the 
biography of the poet; criticisms on his genius and 
writings; a new chronology of his plays; a disqui- 
sition on the object of his sonnets; and a history of 
the manners, customs, and amusements, supersti- 
tions, poetry, arid elegant literature of his age. By 
Nathan Drake. In 2 v. London : T. Cadell and W. 
Davies. 1817. Portrait, the Stratford bust. Fac- 
simile. 4 G.60a.23 ; 2592.2 ; 2592.3 

G.6oa.23 is a large paper copy. Nos. 2-5 in 6.3940.7 are criti- 
cisms on this work. 

1330. Same. The two quarto volumes comprised 
in one. Paris, Baudry. 1838. xi, (vii), v-viii, 660 
pp. 8 6595.5 
Drama. 

The works on the drama being mostly of a general character, 
will be found entered under this head in the second part of this 
Catalogue. 

Dramatic. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies. 

DRAMATIC historiographer : or, the British theatre 
delineated. London, 1735. 12 G.3923.5 

The plays of Shakespeare sketched are "All for love, Ham- 
let, Henry iv, part first, Henry viii, Julius Caesar, King Lear, 
Mackbeth. Measure for measure, Merry wives of Windsor, 
Othello and Timon of Athens." 

DRAMATIC muse : or, Jubilee songster. Canter- 
bury [1769]. 12 G.3942.7 

DRAMATIC souvenir. See LITERARY and graph- 
ical illustrations of Shakspeare. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor. 

GILLILAND, T. Dramatic mirror. 

HALPIN, N. J. Dramatic unities. 
Draughts. 

SCOTT, J. W. Shakspereana draught board. 
Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631. 

Nymphidia. In HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. 
Illustrations of fairy mythology. 

Same. Nymphidia oder der Feenhof. Uebersetzt 
von H. von Friesen. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1874.) 

According to Malone, 6.50,24 page 39. Drayton was one of 
the authors of " Sir John Oldcastle." 

Dresden. 

GERICKE, R. Shakespeare Auffiihrungen in 
Dresden. 
Drewry, Ina L. 

Henry Irving's "Hamlet." (Victoria magazine, 
Dec., 1874. London.} 7363.1.24 

Droeshout, Martin. 

The engraver of the portrait of Shakespeare which 
originally appeared in the first folio edition of his 
works. See PORTRAITS. 
Drujinin, A. V. 

Translator of " Richard ill," No. 952. 
Drum, Jack. See JACKE Drum's entertainment. 
Dryden, John, 1631-1701. 

Editor of "All for love," Nos. 166-178, "The tem- 
pest, or the enchanted island," Nos. 647-652, 656- 
661, and "Troilus and Cressida," Nos. 677, 678. 

DELIUS, N. Dryden und Shakespeare. 
Du Bois, Edward, i775?-i85o. 

The wreath ; composed of selections from Sappho 
. . . To which are added remarks on Shakespeare. 
London, 1799. 8 G.3924.14 

In 3940.16 are some manuscript notes by Du Bois, and No. 48 
in 6.51.5.1 is an autograph letter of his to Britton. 

Ducis, Jean Francois, 1733-1816. 

Translator of " Hamlet," Nos. 770, 771, 8ooc, 8ood, 
801 and 924, " King Lear," Nos. 8o6e and 8o6f, "Mac- 
beth," Nos. 8o6g, 807, 8o7a, 813 and 957. " Othello," 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Duels Eckardt 



Nos. 8i4b, 815, 8i5a and 8i6d, and of "Romeo and 

Juliet," 820, 821, 82ia and 8210. 

KUEHN, C. Ueber Ducis in seiner Beziehung zu 

Shakspere. 

NODIER, C. E. Hamlet de Ducis. In his Me"- 

langes. 

On the Hamlet of Ducis, compared with that of 

Shakspeare, by A. J. K. (Correspondent, No. 3, 

letter 7, 1817. London.} G.3931.22 

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, pseu- 
donym, George Sand, 1804-1876. 

1331. A letter to M. Regnier, of the Theatre 
Francais, by George Sand, upon her adaptation to 
the French stage of Shakespeare's "As you like it." 
Translated by Theodosia Lady Monson. London: 
J. Chapman. 1856. 24 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3930.9 

Translator of "As you like it," No. 800. 
Dudley, Sir Henry Bate, 1745-1824. 

1332. Passages selected by distinguished person- 
ages, on the great literary trial of Vortigern and 
Rowena; a comi-tragedy. " Whether it be or be 
not -from the immortal pen of Shakspeare?" Lon- 
don : J. Ridgivay. 4 v. 8 G.3953.12 ; G.3956.25 

" Written by Sir Bate Dudley and his lady, and originally 
published in the Morning Herald." Bohn's Loivndes. Vol. i of 
0.3953.12 is the 5th edition, vol. 2 the 3d, vol. 3 the zd. 6.3956.25 
is an interleaved copy of vols. 3 and 4 only. The date ot the 
dedication of vol. I is Oct.,5, 1795, of vol. 4, July 6, 1807. 

Dudley, Robert. 

Illustrator of the "Library Shakspeare," No. 125. 
Duff, William. 

Shakespeare. In his Critical observations. 

G.3936.6 
Duffet, Thomas. 

The mock-tempest, No. 663. 
Dugdale, Sir "William, 1605-1686. 

The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated. Lon- 
don, 1656 F G.4050.6 

On page 520 is the first representation of the Stratford bust. 

Dugu6, Ferdinand, 1812 . 

1333. William Shakspeare. Drame en six acles 
par Ferdinand Dugue\ Paris : M. Levy freres. 
1857. (4), 115 pp. 18 G.3911.16 

Same. Represente pour la premiere fois, a Paris, 
sur le Theatre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, le 5 mai, 
1857. I* Theatre contemporain illustre. Paris. 
4 No. 6 in 4671.2.6 

Translator of the "Merchant of Venice," No. 814. 

WARE, J. R. Shakspeare done into French. 
Dumas, Alexandre Davy, 1803-1870. 

Translator of " Hamlet," Nos. 798, 8o2a, and 
8o 3 a. 
Duncombe's British theatre. 

For the plays published in this series see Nos. 358, 547, and 
612. 

Dupin, Fran9ois Pierre Charles, baron, 1784-1873. 

1334. Lettre a Mylady Morgan sur Racine et 
Shakespeare. Paris, Bachelier. 1818. vi, 140 pp. 
8 G.3911.5 
Duport, Paul, 1798-1866. 

1335. Essais litte"raires sur Shakspeare, ou ana- 
lyse raisonnee, scene par scene, de toutes les pieces 
de cet auteur. Par Paul Duport. Paris, C. le Tel- 
lier fils. 1828. 2v. Portrait. 8 G.3911.9 

Contents. 1. Anecdote ; Preface ; Vie ; Notice sur I'&at du 
theatre anglais avant Shakspeare, et sur quelques auteurs, ses 
devanciers, ou ses contemporains; Hamlet; Othello; Romeo et 
Juliette; Macbeth; Le roi Lear; Leroijean; Henri iv; Henri 
v; Henri vi; Richard in ; Henry vill. 2. Coriolan; Jules C<- 
sar; Antoine et Cleopatre; Les joyeuses bourgeoises de Wind- 
sor ; Le marchand de Venise ; Mesure pour mesure ; La tempete ; 
Cymbeline; Tout est bien qui finit bien; Beaucoup de bruit pour 
rien; Les meprises; Timon d'Athenes; La mechanic femme 



mise a la raison ; Le songe d'une nuit d'et ; Le conte d'hiver ; 
Les deux gentilshommes de Ve'rone; Comme il vous plaira; 
Tro'ilus et Cressida; La douzieme nuit; Peines d'amour per- 
dues ; Pericles ; Titus Andronicus. 

Dur, A. 

1336. E~t TOJ ev rrj [j.ya/.7j Bpzravvia 
rara xai ij.s^a/.dTtpeTrsarara eopra^efftiat rr t v 
rr t v eu&aiftpveffTaTqv xat ^uroyzararr^ ev 

.(iffTiiv en/7 rauri yeyovev <> ~otr^r^ a rutv ev rotq 
Bperavvoti; re xat ev TOCS a/.Xut~ etivzai -IH^TWV TTWJJ- 
TixutTaroq xat eKpavsararos o ev rtnq fj.syttTTotq ;j.s- 
Ytffroq 2%axeffXapios o Ttavu. ETHOS aut^d firpin^ 
d-pdtou -f(. \^Ex Tu-cutiiv iv Irpr^tria. rjj Nsa 8C 
'EltHitYitiu.'] (8) pp. F No. 9 'in G.60a.21 

Durand, John. 

A contribution to Shakespearian study. (Galaxy, 
April, 1873. Ne-w Tork.) 7365.2.15 

On Hamlet. 
Duvar, Hunter. 

Where did Shakespeare get his Ariel? (Canadian 
monthly, March, 1876. Toronto.} 5316.50.9 

Duyckinck, George Long, 1823 . 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 131. 
Dycalp, Johna of, pseudonym of Jan PLACYD. 
Dyce, Alexander, 1798-1869. 

1337. A few notes on Shakespeare ; with occa- 
sional remarks on the emendations of the manu- 
script-corredlor in Mr. Collier's copy of the folio 
1632. By Alexander Dyce. London : y. R. Smith. 
1853. 156 PP- 8 G.3920.20; 2596.6 

Contains an autograph letter of A. Dyce. 

Memoir of Shakespeare. In his Poetical works, 
No. 739. 

1338. Remarks on Mr. J. P. Collier's and Mr. C. 
Knight's editions of Shakespeare. By Alexander 
Dyce. London : E. Moxon. 1844. viii, 299 pp. 
8 G.3920.19; 2597.1 

Contains an autograph letter of A. Dyce. 

1339. Strictures on Mr. Collier's new edition of 
Shakespeare, 1858. By Alexander Dyce. London : 
y.R. Smith 1859. x, 227 pp. 8 G.3920.21 ; 2596.13 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 99, 112 and 
128 ; also of " Timon," No. 672, and of " Sir Thomas 
MORE, a play." 

Dyce's Shakespeare. (Quarterly Review, Jan., 
1859. London.) 3144.1.105 

HUNTER, J. A few words in reply to ... "A 
few notes on Shakespeare." 

MITFORD, J. Cursory notes on ... "A few notes 
on Shakespeare." 
Eaiie, John. 

Editor of "The merchant of Venice," No. 453. 
Eaton, Thomas Ray. 

1340. Shakespeare and the Bible. By T. R. Ea- 
ton. London : y. Black-wood. i8<;8. iv, 188 pp. 
8 G.3953.9 
Eccles, Ambrose, 1809. 

Editor of " Lear and Cymbeline," Nos. 138 and 
139, and of "The merchant of Venice," No. 443. 
Ecclestone, William. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition vol. 3. 

Memoirs of adlors. 
Echtermeyer, Theodor. 

Editor of " QUELLEN des Shakspeare." 
Eckardt, Ludwig, 1827-1871. 

Lessing. Eine deutsche Gabe zur Shakspeare- 
Feier. Hamburg, 1864. 8 No. 5 in G.3910.12 



103 



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Shakespeare's englische Historien auf der Wei- 
marerBuhne. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1865.) 

G.3910.4.1 ; 4593.1.1 

1341. Vorlesungen iiber Shakespeare's Hamlet. 
Versuch einer psychologischen Entwicklung von 
Ludwig Eckardt. Aarau. 1853. H. R. Sauerldn- 
der. xiv, 198, (i) pp. 8 G.3916.9 

Another title-page reads " Dramaturgische Studien. I." 

Edmonds, Charles. 

Shakespearian discoveries. -(Gentleman's maga- 
zine, Nov., 1867. London.} 3205.1.n.s.4 

On an edition of " Venus and Adonis, 1599." 

Edward III. 

For the editions of this play see page 46 of this Catalogue, 
and Nos. 703, 790, 847, 915, 917, and 917!). 

FRIESEN, H. F. von. Edward in., angeblich ein 
Stuck von Shakespeare. 

KNIGHT, C. Pictorial edition, Nos. 70, 77 and 89. 

SWINBURNE, A. C. Note on the play Edward in. 

TEETGEN, A. Shakespeare's " King Edward the 
third." 
Ed-wards, Ernest. 

1342. Memorials of Shakespere, photographed 
for the Tercentenary festival by Ernest Edwards. 
London : E. Edwards. G.50.7 

Bight views in a portfolio. 

Edwards, Thomas, 1699-1757. 

1343. A supplement to Mr. Warburton's edition 
of Shakespear. Being the Canons of criticism, and 
glossary, collected from the notes in that celebrated 
work, and proper to be bound up with it. By an- 
other gentleman of Lincoln's inn. London, M. 
Cooper. 1748. 62 pp. 8 

No. i in G.4023.2 ; No. 4 in G.4023.9 

0.4023.2 belonged to the author and contains the first, third 
and fourth editions bound together, with many manuscript notes 
and corrections, together with two indexes also in his hand- 
writing. This volume, according to a note pasted upon the fly- 
leaf, was presented by Mr. Pain to Benjamin Way, whose book- 
plate is in it, as well as in the first copy of the seventh edition. 
It also belonged to Richard Heber and to John Mitford, whose 
autograph it contains. See Warburton's note in respect to Ed- 
wards in Pope's " Dunciad," B. IV, line 567, and also Nichols's 
" Literary anecdotes," vol. 2, pp. 198-201. 

There are also many manuscript notes of Edwards in Theo- 
bald's edition of Shakespeare, No. 17, and a portrait of him in 
0.4034.1.1. 

1344. Same. The second edition. London, M. 
Cooper. 1748. 64 [62] pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4023.9 

The same as the first edition, except the paging and a few 
typographical changes. 

1345. Same. The Canons of criticism, and glos- 
sary, being a supplement to Mr. Warburton's edition 
of Shakespear. Collected from the notes in that 
celebrated work, and proper to be bound up with it. 
By the other gentleman of Lincoln's Inn. The third 
edition. London, C. Bathurst. 1750. (10), 3-23, 
(i), 175, (i) pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.4023.2; G.4023.3 ; G.4023.4 

He " received considerable assistance " in the preparation of 
this edition from Richard Roderick. " I have added a few new 
Canons, and given a great many more examples to the others." 
Preface. 

1346. Same. The fourth edition. London, C. 
Bathurst. 1750. (8), 3-23, (3), 179, (2) pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.4023.2 

1347. Same. The fifth edition. London, C. 
Bathurst. 1753. (12), 3-23, (i), 179, (18) pp. 8 

G.4023.5 

Three Sonnets have been prefixed and the Indexes added to 
this edition. 

1348. Same. The sixth edition, with additions. 
London, C. Bathurst. 1758. (12), 7-31, 1-238, 251- 
325, (14) pp. 8 G.4023.6 



This edition has the additional title-page, " The canons of 
criticism and glossary; the trial of the letter Y 'alias Y, and Son- 
nets. By Thomas Edwards." This is followed by an advertise- 



i ne i rial nas a separate uue-page, DUI is pagea continuously 
with the Canons. It also contains, p. 212-238, Remarks on 
Shakespear by Richard Roderick. 

1349. Same. The seventh edition, with addi- 
tions. London : C. Bathurst. 1765. 351 , (14) pp. 
8 G.4023.7 ; G.4023.8 ; 2596.3 

Exadlly the same as the sixth edition, with different paging 
only. Pages 277-304 are improperly numbered 251-278 from the 
printer's neglecting to alter the numbers, which are those of the 
sixth edition. Bound at the end of 0.4023.7 are leaves contain, 
ing manuscript stanzas : Ode to Cynthia, by Miss Farrer; Also 
a letter of T. Edwards to Mr. Richardson, July 18, 1754; and an 
Ode to Spring, by Miss Farrer of Huntingdon ; Sonnet by Miss 
Highmore; Ode by Miss Mulso, occasioned by reading Sonnets 
by T. Edwards. It is also partially interleaved and has manu- 
script notes. It belonged to Ben. Way and contains his book- 
plate. 

Edyth. 

Xii mery jests of the wyddow Edyth. In HAZ- 
LITT, W. C. Shakespeare jest-books, vol. 3. 

A reprint of the edition printed at London by R. Ihones, 1573. 

Eginton, Harvey. 

Autograph letters to J. Britton relating to the 
restoration of the chancel of the church at Stratford- 
upon-Avon, 1836-1839 No. 13-22 in G.51.5.2 

No. 10 in 0.51.5.2 is an engraving of the chancel representing 
the " New timber roof designed by H. Eginton." 

Ehrlich, Josef R. 

1350. Der Humor Shakespeares. Vortrag von 
Josef R. Ehrlich gehalten im Vereine der Literatur- 
freunde in Wien. Wien, 1878. Manz. 24 pp. 8 

4593.12 
Eisell. 

CAUSTON, H. K. S. Essay on Mr. Singer's 
" wormwood." 
Eitner, Karl. 

Die Troilus-Fabel in ihrer literatur-geschichtli- 
chen Entwickelung, und die Bedeutung des letzten 
Akts von Shakespeare's Troilus und Cressida im 
Verhaltniss zum gesammten Stiicke. (Shakespeare 
Jahrbuch, 1868.) 
Elizabeth, queen of England, 1533-1603. 

GREGG, T. D. Queen Elizabeth; or the origin of 
Shakespeare. 
Ellacombe, Henry Nicholson. 

1351. The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shake- 
speare, by Henry N. Ellacombe. Printed by W. 
Pollard. Exeter. [1878.] (4), 303 pp. 8 ' 

4590a.l4 

Contains the various plants, etc., in alphabetical order, with 
quotations of the passages in which their names appear, and was 
originally published in "The garden," from March to Sept., 
1877. 

Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, 1818 . 

Louis Devrient. (Democratic review, Feb., 1845. 
New York.} 8 No. n in G.3930.13.1 

Wilhelmine Schroder Devrient. (Democratic re- 
view, March, 1845. New York.} 8 

No. 18 in G.3930.13.2 

Ellis, Alexander John, 1814 . 

1352. On early English pronunciation, with 
especial reference to Shakspere and Chaucer, con- 
taining an investigation of the correspondence of 
writing with speech in England from the Anglo- 
saxon period to the present day, preceded by a sys- 
tematic notation of all spoken sounds by means of 
the ordinary printing types. London : published 
for the Philological society by Asher and co. 1869- 
75. 4 v. 8 4522.8 

Editor of " Macbeth," No. 409, and of " The tem- 
pest," No. 631. 



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Ellis Esther 



MUELLER, E. Shakespeare's Aussprache. 
Elliston, Robert "William, 1774-1831. 

Editor of " King Lear," No. 380. 
Elton, E. W. 

Introductions to " Coriolanus " and "Julius Cae- 
sar," No. 71. 
Elwin, Hastings. 

Editor of "Macbeth," No. 412. 
Elze, Friedrich Karl, 1821 . 

Die Abfassungszeit des Sturms. (Shakespeare 
Jahrbuch, 1872.) 

1353. Abhandlungen zu Shakespeare. Halle : 
Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses. 1877. (4), 425 
pp. 8 4590a.ll 

A reprint of the articles published in vols. 1-4, 6-9 of the 
" Shakespeare Jahrbuch." 

Bodmer's Sasper. (Jahrbuch, 1865.) 

1354. Die englische Sprache und Literatur in 
Deutschland. Eine Festschrift zur dreihundertjah- 
rigen Geburtsfeier Shakespeare's. Von Karl Elze. 
Dresden, L. Ehlermann. 1864. (4), 92 pp. Sm. 8 

No. 6 in G.3910.12 ; 2892.22 
Zu "Ende gut, Alles gut." (Jahrbuch, 1872.) 

1355. Essays on Shakespeare by Karl Elze. 
Translated with the author's sanction by L. Dora 
Schmitz. London : Macmillan and co. 1814. vi, 
(2), 379 pp. 8 6591.5 

Contents. The date of The tempest; Midsummer-night's 
dream; The merchant of Venice; All's well that ends well; 
Henry vin; Hamlet in France; The supposed travels of Shake- 
speare; Sir William Davenant; The orthography of Shake- 
speare's name. 

Articles contributed to the Shakespeare Jahrbuch. 

Hamlet in Frankreich. (Jahrbuch, 1865.) 
Zu Heinrich viu. (Jahrbuch, 1874.) 
Zum Kaufmann von Venedig. (Jahrbuch, 1871.) 
Milton. Ein Gegenbild zu Shakespeare. (Jahr- 
buch, 1877.) 

1356. Noten und Conjecturen. Von Karl Elze. 
Separat- Abdruck aus dem Shakespeare Jahrbuche, 
Band xin. \_L. Reiter'sche Buchdruckerei in Bern- 
burg. 1878.] 51 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.72.7.2 

Noten und Conjecturen zu neu-englischen Dich- 
tern. (Anglia, 1877.) G.304.25 

Noten und Conjecturen zu Shakespeare. (Jahr- 
buch, 1876, 78.) 

Die Schreibung des Namens Shakespeare. (Jahr- 
buch, 1870.) 

Shakespeare's Character, seine Welt-und Lebens- 
anschauung. (Jahrbuch, 1875.) 

Der Shakespeare-Dilettantismus. Eine Antikritik. 
(Jahrbuch, 1874.) 

Shakespeare's Geltung fur die Gegenwart. (Jahr- 
buch, 1867.) 

Shakespeare's muthmassliche Reisen. (Jahrbuch, 
1873-) 

Sir William Davenant. (Jahrbuch, 1869.) 

Zum Sommernachtstraum. (Jahrbuch, 1868.) 
- 1357. William Shakespeare von Karl Elze. 
Halle. Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses. 1876. 
viii, 651 pp. L. 8 6590a.2 

Contents. Heimat xmd Kindheit; Jiinglingsalter und Khe; 
London ; Das Theater ; Werke ; Bildung ; Charakter, seine 
Welt-und Lebensanschauung; Zuriickgezogenheit in Stratford 
und Tod; Die Schreibung des Namens; Shakespeare's Bild- 
nisse. 

The chapters on Shakespeare's character, name and portrait 
were originally published in the Shakespeare Jahrbuch. 

Editor of "Hamlet," Nos. 248 and 843, and of 
"King John," "Taming of the shrew" and "Timon 
of Athens," No. 843. Also of the " Shakespeare 
Jahrbuch," vols. 3-13. 



FRIESEN, H. F. von. Elze's William Shakspeare. 
Elze, Theodor. 

Italienische Skizzen zu Shakespeare. (Shake- 
speare Jahrbuch, 1878.) 
Em, Fair, a comedy. See No. 707. 

This play is also reprinted in R. Simpson's " School of Shak- 
spere." 

Emblem writers. 

GREEN, H. Shakespeare and the emblem writers. 
Emerson, Ralph "Waldo, 1803 . 

Shakspeare ; or, the poet. In his Representative 
men. Boston, 1857. I2 G.26.1 

Enchanted castle, a comedy. See No. 663. 

Enchanted island, a comedy. See No. 647. 
England. 

CHETTLE, H. England's mourning garment. 

NEW Shakspere society. Shakspere's England. 
Series vi. 

THORNBURY, G. W. Shakspere's England. 
English. 

The English drama and Shakespeare. In The 
three great English poets, Spenser, Shakespeare, 
Milton. (Victoria magazine, Sept., Oct., 1875. 
London.) 7363.1.25 

Signed E. L. M. D. 

English of Shakespeare illustrated. See Nos. 331, 
332, 336, 337 and 341. 

ELLIS, A. J. On early English pronunciation. 

HELMS, G. English adjective in the language of 
Shakspere. 

Epilogues. See PROLOGUES. 
Epistle. 

1358. An epistle from Shakespear to his coun- 
trymen. To which are added, some stanzas upon 
the immortality of the soul. London : Richardson 
and Urqukart. 1777. 23 pp. 4 No. 4 in G.60a.21 
Erlauterungen zu den auslandischen Klassikern. 

See R. PROELSS. 
Erzahlungen aus der Shakespeare-Welt. See G. 

LIEBAU. 
Eschenburg, Johann Joachim, 1742-1829. 

1359. Ueber den vorgeblichen Fund Shakspear- 
ischer Handschriften. Von Johann Joachim Eschen- 
burg. Leipzig : in der Sommerschen Buchhandlung. 
1797. 216 pp. Sm. 8 G.3914.4 

Contains in addition, " Ireland's des Jiingern eigne Gestand- 
nisse, mitgetheilt von J. J. Eschenburg," pp. 175-216. 

1360. Ueber W. Shakspeare. Von Joh. Joach. 
Eschenburg. Mit Shakspears Bildniss. Zurich, 
Orell, Gessner, Fiissli und Comp. 1787. (4), 683, 
(i) pp. 8 G.3914.2 ; G.3914.3 

The first copy lacks the portrait; the second lacks the title- 
page and Vorbericht. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 832, and trans- 
lator of Hamlet, No. 861. Also translator of 

MONTAGU, E. Versuch iiber Shakspear's Genie. 

Many of Eschenburg's notes are given in Le Tourneur's 
translation of Shakespeare's works, No. 788. 

Essay. 

ESSAY on acting. See D. GARRICK, No. 1422. 

MACBETH. Essay on the character of Macbeth. 

MONTAGU, E. Essay on the writings of Shake- 
speare. 

PILON, F. Essay on the character of Hamlet. 
Essays by a society of gentlemen at Exeter. See 

HOLE. 

Essence of Malone. See G. HARDINGE. 
Esther, queen. 

Comoedia Von der Konigin Esther und hofferti- 



Esther Falstaff 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



gem Haman. In GENE, R. Geschichte der Shake- 

speare'schen Dramen. 

Etchings to the Illustrated Shakspere. See K. 

MEADOWS. 
Ethics. 

The ethics of Macbeth. (Dublin university mag- 
azine, March, 1865.) 7264.1.65 

Ethics of the Shakspere celebrations. See D. 
GORDON. 

Ethnology and phrenology. See J. W. JACKSON. 
Etymologist. 

1361. The etymologist, a comedy of three acts. 
Most humbly dedicated to the late doctor Samuel 
Johnson's negro servant: to the august and learned 
body of reviewers : to all the commentators that 
ever wrote, are writing, or will write, on Shake- 
spear : and particularly to that commentator of com- 
mentators, the conjectural, inventive, and collati- 
tious, G[eorge] S[tevens], Esq. London: J. Jar- 
vis. 1785. (4), 46 pp. Woodcut. 8 

G.3924.23 ; No. i in G.3924.24 

0.3924.23 has the autograph of I. Reed, and 0.3924.24 that of 
T. Park. 

Euphues golden legacie. See T. LODGE. 
Euphuism. 

RUSHTON, W. L. Shakespeare's Euphuism. 
Euripides, B. c. 480-407. 

VATKE, T. Shakespeare und Euripides. 
Evans, E. P. 

The youth of Shakespeare ; The marriage and 
manhood of Shakespeare; Shakespeare as player 
and poet. (Western monthly, July-Sept., 1869. 
Chicago.} - 5400a.l.2 

Evans, John. 

1362. The progress of human life : Shakspeare's 
Seven ages of man; illustrated by a series of ex- 
tracts in prose and poetry. For the use of schools 
and families : with a view to the improvement of 
the rising generation. Introduced by a brief me- 
moir of Shakspeare and his writings. By John Ev- 
ans. Chis-wick : C. Whittingham. iSiS. xlvi, (2), 
251, (i) pp. Woodcuts. 12 G.3955.7 

1363. Same. [Second edition.] Chis-wick : C. 
Whittingham. 1820. xlvi, (2), 251, (i) pp. 12 

G.3955.8 

1364. Same. Shakspeare's Seven ages of man ; 
or, the progress of human life. Illustrated by prose 
and verse, from the works of the most eminent writ- 
ers. With a brief memoir of Shakspeare and his 
writings. By the late John Evans. Chis-wick press ; 
C. Whittingham. 1834. xlvi, 251, (i) pp. 12 

G.3955.9 

The second and third editions are printed from the same 
plates as the first. 

Evans, Sebastian. 

Shakespeare, a cantata. See No. 1189. 
Evered, Elwin Everard John. 

1365. The festival of Shakespeare, and the feasts 
of S. Mark, and SS. Philip and James. A sermon, 
preached. in the church of S.James the Great, Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon, after evensong, on the feast of S. 
Philip and S.James, 1864. By Elwin Jno. Evered. 
London: J. Masters. 1864. 14 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3942.23 
Explanations. 

1366. Explanations and emendations of some 
passages in the text of Shakespeare and of Beau- 
mont and Fletcher. By Martinus Scriblerus. Ed- 
inburgh : A. Constable and co. 1814. (2), 56 pp. 
8 No. 10 in G.3930.11 

" The present work . . . hath cost me in printing no less a 
sum than 6.75.6^., which I have been tempted to throw away 



in the cause of literature, and have thus been enabled to supply 
the world with one hundred copies of this unrivalled morsel of 
criticism." P. 55. 

Extemporal verses. See M. HORNBY. 

Extracts and collections from various authors. 
Dorchester, 1834. 8 G.3947.32 

Contains, besides extracts from Shakespeare, a review of 

Hamlet from the "Journal des ddbats," 1831. 

Fair Em, a comedy. See No. 707. 
Fairbanks, Charles B., 1827-1859. 

Letter from Aguecheek. Shakespeare and his 
commentators, with some suggestions concerning 
the tragedy of Hamlet. (Boston Saturday evening 
gazette, April 24, 1858.) No. 23 in G.3937.11 

Fairholt, Frederick William, 1815-1866. 

1367. The Grimaldi Shakspere. Notes and 
emendations on the plays of Shakspere, from a re- 
cently-discovered annotated copy by the late Joseph 
Grimaldi, comedian. N. B. These notes and 
emendations are copyright, and must not be used 
by any editor in any future edition of Shakspere. 
London : J. R. Smith. 1853. 16 pp. 8 

No. 20 in G.3930.12 

A squib ridiculing the Collier-folio emendations. 

1368. The home of Shakspere. Illustrated and 
described. By F. W. Fairholt. 33 engravings. 
London : Chapman and Hall. 1847. ( 2 ) 3 2 PP- 
8 G.3942.37 ; 2598.12 

1369. Same. New York : W. Taylor and co. 
64 pp. 8 G.3942.36 ; 2598.8 

Illustrator of HalliwelPs folio edition of Shake- 
speare, No. 90. 

NEIL, S. The home of Shakespeare. 
Fairies, an opera. See Nos. 499 and 500. 

0.4060.10 is the music to the songs in this opera. 

Fairy. 

FAiRY-queen, an opera. See No. 496. 

FAIRY tale. See Nos. 502 and 503. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Illustrations of 
fairy mythology. 

LYRIC ode on the fairies ... of Shakespeare. 

NEW exegesis of Shakespeare. 
Falk, Johann Daniel, 1768-1826. 

Translator of " Coriolanus," No. 856. 

Falstaff. 

BOASTER, a droll. See No. 28ia. 

BOUNCING knight, a droll. See No. 282. 

BROUGH, R. B. Life of Sir John Falstaff. 

CAPEL, E. Anecdotes of Sir John Fastolf of Cas- 
tre in Norfolk; communicated by Lord Dacre. In 
his Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

CHASLES, P. Panurge, Falstaff et Sancho. 

COMICAL gallant, a comedy, by J. Dennis, No. 480. 

DEATH of Falstaff. See Z. JACKSON. 

1370. THE DIVERTING history and droll adven- 
tures of Sir John Falstaff. His jests, drolleries, 
comical humours, queer conceits, and most miracu- 
lous escapes from the wanton contrivances of the 
Merry wives of Windsor; to which is added a dis- 
sertation on his character, and the history of the 
Boar's-Head tavern, in East-Cheap, by Dr. Gold- 
smith. A new edition. London : A. Lemoine. xii, 
48 pp. Plate. 12 G.3917.20 

The date has been scratched out and 1750 has been written in 
place of it. The proper date is probably 1789, though the title- 
page does not exactly agree with that given in Bonn's Lowndes, 
and it is a duodecimo, not an odtavo volume. 



FALSTAFF'S annual. See 1372. 
FALSTAFF in pantomime. See 1373- 



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Falstaff Fechter 



FALSTAFF'S wedding, a comedy. See \V. KEN- 
RICK. 

GAIRDNER, J. On the historical element in Fal- 
staff. 

GILES, H. Falstaff. A type of Epicurean life. 

HACKETT, J. H. Falstaff: a Shakesperean tract. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. On the character 
of Falstaff. 

HATTON, J. With a show in the north. 

HENRY iv, parts i and 2. See Nos. 270-292. 

HENRY v. See Nos. 292a-299- 

1371. THE INTERVIEW ; or Jack Falstaff's ghost. 
A poem. Inscribed to David Garrick. London : 
S. Bladon. 1766. 23 pp. 4 

No. 4 in G.3820.9; No. 7 in G.3947.2 

IRWIN, T. Falstaff's wake. 

KENRICK, W. Falstaff's wedding, a comedy. 

JACKSON, Z. Death of Falstaff. 

JACOX, F. Shakspeare diversions. 

JOHNSON, C. A history of the . . . most famous 
highwaymen. 

There are given in this book several incidents in the .life of 
Falstaff, besides those mentioned by Shakespeare. 

KELLY, J. G. The Falstaff of Shakspeare. 
KENRICK, W. Falstaff's wedding. 
LIFE and humours of Falstaff, a comedy, No. 291. 
MAGINN, W. Shakespeare papers. 
MAYNARD, W. Falstaff. 

MERRY wives of Windsor. See Nos. 46813-480. 
MORGANN, M. Essay on the character of Fal- 
staff. 

An attempt to vindicate his courage. 

MORRIS, C. Essay towards fixing the true stand- 
ards of wit. 

1 / X 1372. NEW comic annual, for 1831, by [Falstaff]. 
London: Hiirst, Chance, and co. xvi, 192 pp. Illus- 
trated. Sm. 8 G.3945.12 

On the title-page, after the word by, is a picture of Falstaff. 
The title in the preface is " Falstaff's annual," and the first piece 
is " Falstaff's festival," a parody on Dryden's " Alexander's 
feast." 

1373. A NEW pantomime entertainment call'd 
Shakespear's choice spirits or Falstaff in panto- 
mime, 1763. 2 manuscripts. Sm. 8 G.3935.3 

A pantomime performed at Sadler's wells in 1763 and revived 
in 1768. The first of the two MSS. is in the writing of Thomas 
Rosoman, the builder and proprietor conjointly with Sadler, of 
Sadler's Wells; the second, somewhat altered and having the 
words of the recitative and of the songs, contains a few notes by 
him. They were given by Charles Dibdin to T. F. Ridgway, 
the Harlequin, an occasional performer at the Surrey and other 
theatres. It does not appear to have been published. 

RICHARDSON, W. Essays on ... character of 
Falstaff. 

SCHUELLER, E. Don Quixote und Falstaff. 
SHAKESPEARE. Containing the traits of his char- 
acters. 

STACK, R. Examination of an Essay on Falstaff. 
WEISS, J. Wit, humor and Shakspeare. 

WHITE, J. Original letters of Falstaff and his 
friends. 
Familiar. 

Familiar verses from the ghost of Shakspeare to 
Ireland. See IRELAND forgeries. 

MARSH, J. B. Familiar . . . sayings from Shak- 
spere. 

Family Shakespeare. See T BOWDLER. 
Famous victories of Henry the Fifth. See Nos. 
2a and 22b. 



Farmer, Richard, 1735-1797. 

1374. An essay on the learning of Shakespeare : 
addressed to Joseph Cradock. By Richard Farmer. 
Cambridge : printed by J. Archdeacon. 1767. (6), 
50 pp. 8 No. i in G.3943.13 ; 2597.34 

1375. Same. The Second edition, with large ad- 
ditions. Cambridge: J. Archdeacon. 1767. (8), 
95 pp. 8 G.3943.14 

1376. Same. The third edition. London : T. 
Longman. 1789. (io),95 pp. 8 No. i in G.3943.15 

1377. Same. An essay on the learning of Shak- 
speare. By Richard Farmer. A new edition. Ba- 
sil : J. J. Tourneisen. 1800. 96 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3943.15 

This and the following edition contain " Appendix to Col- 
man's Translation of Terence" and " Farmer's reply." 

1378. Same. An essay on the learning of Shak- 
speare. Addressed to Joseph Cradock. By Richard 
Farmer. London: T. and H. Rodd. 1821. 114 pp. 
Portrait. 8 G.3943.16 

The essay has been printed in the editions of Shakespeare's 
plays, Nos. 41, 42 and 55. 

Portraits of Farmer are to be found in 6.4030.8.1 ; 0.4034.1.1 ; 
G.6oa.8.i ; 0.50.11 and 0.3943.16. 

MAGINN, W. Shakspeare papers. 
MALONE, E. A letter to R. Farmer. 
Farren, George. 

1379. An essay on Shakespeare's character of 
Shylock, originating in an examination of the laws 
and customs of Moses, and of the primitive Chris- 
tians, with reference to enumerations of population, 
and the rate of interest of money. By George Fai- 
ren. London: P.Richardson. 1833. (2), ii, 51 pp. 
8 No. 2 in G.3936.19 

Illustrations of the progress of mania, melancho- 
lia, craziness, and demonomania; as displayed in 
Shakespeare's characters of Lear, Hamlet, Ophelia, 
and Edgar. In his Observations. London, 1826. 
8 G.3943.7 

Same. In his Observations. London, 1829. 8 

No. i in G.3936.19 

The essays on Lear, Hamlet and Ophelia are reprinted, with 
some alterations and abridgements, from the London magazine. 
They were signed W. and William Farren. 

On the madness of Hamlet. (London magazine, 

April, 1824.) No. 8 in G.3940.8 

No. 9 in G.3937.11 ; No. 3 in G.3936.19 

On the madness of Ophelia. (London magazine, 

May, 1824.) No. 4 in G.3936.19 

No. 8 in G.3940.8; No. 10 in G.3937.11 

On Hamlet's soliloquy "To be or not to be." 
(London magazine, June, 1824.) 

No. 5 in G.3936.19; No. n in G.3937.11 

On the madness of Lear. (London magazine, 
July, 1824.) No. 6 in G.3936.19 

No. 8 in G.3940.8 ; No. 10 in G.3930.9 
Fawcett, John, 1768-1839. 

The enchanted island, a ballet. See No. 655. 
Fay, Theodore Sedgwick, 1807 . 

Shakspeare in France. [Graham's magazine, 
Oa., 1843. Philadelphia.^ No. 25 in G.3950.8 

Fechter, Charles, 1823-1879. 

Editor of Othello, No. 538. 

DICKENS, C. On Fechter's acting. 

FECHTER in Hamlet and Othello. (Blackwood's 
magazine, Dec., 1861.) No. 2 in G.3940.13 

This volume also contains several newspaper cuttings on 
Fechter's acling and his edition of Othello. 

MR. FECHTER'S Othello. (The Times, Nov. 8, 
1 86 1. London.} 

No. 5 in G.3937.31 ; No. 7 in G.3940.13 



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OTTLEY, H. Fechter's version of Othello. 

SHAKSPEARE and his latest stage interpreters. 
(Fraser's magazine, Dec., 1861. London.} 

No. i in G.3940.13 ; 5186.1.64 

SHAKSPEARE travestied. (Dublin university mag- 
azine, Feb., 1862.) No. 3 in G.3940.13 

On Fechter's Othello. 

WILMOT, . A retrospective glance at Fechter's 
lago. 
Feldborg, Andreas Anderson, 1782-1838. 

Hamlet's garden. In his Denmark delineated. 
Edinburgh, 1824. 8 G.60a.34 

In this chapter is also a sketch, with a portrait, of P. Foer- 
som the translator of Shakespeare. 

Felton, Samuel. 

1380. Imperfect hints towards a new edition of 
Shakespeare, written chiefly in the year 1782. [Also 
Part second and last.] London -.printed at the Lo- 
gographic press. 1787, 1788. 4^ G.60.17 

The aim of this work was to propose a grand illustrated edi- 
tion of Shakespeare. Various passages in Titus Andronicus, 
Coriolanus, Taming of the shrew, Merchant of Venice, L,ove's 
labour lost, All's well that ends well, Comedy of errors, Troilus 
and Cressida, Midsummer night's dream, in the first part, and 
King Henry v, Romeo and Juliet, and Cymbeline in the second 
part, are quoted with reference to their forming appropriate sub- 
jects for pictures. References are made to the various Shake- 
speare portraits and illustrations. 

Fennell, James Hamilton. 

1381. Shakespeare cyclopaedia; or, a classified 
and elucidated summary of Shakespeare's knowledge 
of the works and phenomena of nature. By James 
H. Fennell. Part I. Zoology. Man. London : J. 
R. Smith. 1862. 48 pp. 8 No. 15 in G.3930.12 

Apparently all that was published of a work to be completed 
in twenty numbers. 

1382. Shakespeare repository. Edited by James 
Hamilton Fennell. Nos. 1-4. London, 1853. F 

No. 16 in G.60a.l7 ; G.70.1 ; 2590.11 
Fenton, Sir Geoffrey, 1608. 

Certaine tragicall discourses. London, 1^67. 4 

G.4073.2 

Oldys, in his manuscript notes on I.angbaine, 6,3924.6.4, 
p. 465, refers to this book as one of the sources of "Timon of 
Athens." 

Fest zu Kenelworth. Novelle. See L. TIECK. 
Fiebig, Otto. 

Editor of "Julius Caesar," No. 333, and of " Ro- 
meo and Juliet," No. 596. 
Field, Barron. 

Conjectures on some of the corrupt or obscure 
passages of Shakespeare. (Shakespeare society. 
Papers, vol. 2.) 

Editor of" Richard in," No. 5733, and of 

HEYWOOD, T. Edward iv. 

Fair maid of the exchange. 

Fortune by land and sea. 
Field, Nathaniel. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition vol. 3. 

Memoirs of actors. 

Fifth of November, a play. See No. 708. 
Finegan, J. T. 

1383. An attempt to illustrate a few passages in 
Shakespeare's works, By J. T. Finegan. Bath, 
printed by R. Crutt-well. 1802. 58 pp. 8 

No. 9 in G.3930.11 
Fingerhuta, Ferdinand. 

Translator of " Romeo and Juliet," No. 764. 
Fischer, Alexander, 1813-1843. 

Translator of five plays. See Nos. 446 and 838. 



Fischer, Ernst Kniio Berthold, 1824 . 

1384. Shakespeare's Charakterentwicklung Rich- 
ards in. Vortrage gehalten in der Rose zu Jena im 
Februar 1868 von Kuno Fischer. Heidelberg. F. 
Bassermann. 1868. viii, 183 pp. Sm. 8 4598.27 
Fish, Asa Israel, 1879. 

Some recent helps in the study of Shakespeare. 
(Penn monthly, Dec., 1874. Philadelphia.') 

5254.50.5 

A notice of the Furness "Variorum edition" and the "Con- 
cordance to the Poems " by Mrs. Furness. 

Fisher, Clara and Frederick George. 

See Catalogues. No. 1162. 
Fisher, Thomas, 1772-1836. 

A series of antient . . . paintings on the walls of 
the Chapel of the Trinity, at Stratford-upon-Avon. 
London, 1836. F G.40.20 

Flathe, Johann Ludwig Ferdinand, 1799-1866. 

1385. Shakspeare in seiner Wirklichkeit Von J. 
L. F. Flathe. Leipzig: Dyk'sche Buchhandlung. 
1863-65. 3v. 12 G.3914.16 

Contents. \. Die Anschauungen Shakspeare's iiber sein 
Selbst, iiber Kunst, Poesie und Tragisches, iiber Welt und Le- 
ben, Gottheit und Menschheit; Hamlet. 2. Macbeth; Romeo 
und Julia; Der Mohr von Venedig; Konig Lear. 3. Supple- 
ment. Richard n. 

Fleay, Frederick Gard. 

1386. Collins' school and college classics. Intro- 
duction to Shakespearian study. By F. G. Fleay. 
London: Collins, sons and co. 1877. 127 pp. Sin. 
8 6594.6 

Metrical tests as applied to dramatic poetry. Part 
i. Shakspere. Part n. Beaumont, Fletcher, Massin- 
ger. (New Shakspere society. Transactions, 1874. 
Series i.) 

In No. 35 in G. 3940.1 are proofs of two Appendices to this 
paper intended for publication, but afterwards cancelled at the 
author's request. They contain a few manuscript notes of F. J. 
Furnivall. 

On certain plays of Shakspere of which portions 
were written at different periods of his life. In three 
parts, i. All's well that ends well. n. Two gentle- 
men of Verona and Twelfth night, in. Troilus and 
Cressida. (New Shakspere society. Transactions, 
1874. Series i.) 

1387. Same. On certain plays of Shakspere of 
which portions were written at different periods of 
his life. In four parts, i. Richard n. II. All's well 
that ends well. in. Two gentlemen of Verona and 
Twelfth night, iv. Troylus and Cressida. 52 pp. 
8 No. 36 in G.3930.10 ; 6596.8 

A separate publication of the paper, with the exception of the 
first part, read before the New Shakspere society June 12, 1874. 
The discussion of the paper by F. J. Furnivall is appended. 

On the authorship of the Taming of the shrew, 
with remarks on Titus Andronicus. (New Shak- 
spere society. Transactions, 1874. Series i.) 

On the authorship of Timon of Athens; with a 
print of the genuine parts of the play. (New Shak- 
spere society. Transactions, 1874. Series i.) 

In No. 35 in 6.3940.1 is a proof of the first part of this paper, 
together with a proof of "Mr. Spedding's comments on Mr. 
Fleay's Analysis of Timon, p. 3. F. I, 2, 3." On them is this 
manuscript note by F. J. P'urnivall : "These are now cancelled, 
in consequence of the personal nature of Mr. Fleay's MS. com- 
ments on them. F. J. F." 

On the extract from an old play in " Hamlet," act 
n, sc. 2. (Macmillan's magazine, Dec., 1874. Lon- 
don.} 7324.1.31 

On the motive of Shakspere's sonnets (1-125). A. 
defence of his morality. (Macmillan's magazine, 
March, 1875. London.) 

No. 23 in G.72.7.1 ; 7324.1.31 



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Fleay Fouinet 



On the play of Pericles; with a print of the genu- 
ine parts of the play. (New Shakspere society. 
Transactions, 1874. Series i.) 

On two plaj-s of Shakspere's, the versions of 
which as we have them are the results of alterations 
by other hands. I. Macbeth, n. Julius Caesar. 
(New Shakspere society. Transactions, 1874. Se- 
ries I.) 

1388. Shakespeare manual. By F. G. Fleay. 
London: Macmillan and co. 1876. xxiii, 312 pp. 
Sm. 8 6596.14 

Chapters l-xi of Part II are the papers published in the first 
volume of the Transactions of the New Shakspere society, with 
some revisions and additions. 

The text of "Romeo and Juliet." (Macmillan's 
magazine, July, 1877. London.) 7324.1.36 

Who wrote Henry vi? (Macmillan's magazine, 
Nov., 1875. London.) 7324.1.33 

Fleming, Charles, 1806 . 

Translator of " Coriolanus," No. 201, and editor 
of "Julius Caesar," No. 342. 
Fletcher, George. 

1389. Studies of Shakespeare in the plays of 
King John, Cymbeline, Macbeth, As you like it, 
Much ado about nothing, Romeo and Juliet: with 
observations on the criticism and the acting of those 
plays. By George Fletcher. London : Longman, 
Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1847. xxiv, 384 pp. 
8 G.3924.13; 2598.1 

These essays were originally published in "The Athenaeum" 
and the " Westminster Review," 1843-45. 

A study of Shakespeare in "The merchant of 
Venice." (Fraser's magazine, May, 1850. Lon- 
don.) No. 14 in G.3930.9 ; 3197.1.41 

Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. 

See "The two noble kinsmen," No. 718. 
Flir, Alois, 1805-1858. 

1390. Briefe iiber Shakespeare's Hamlet von 
Alois Flir. Innsbruck. Wagner. 1865. 207, (i) 
pp. Portrait. 8 G.3916.16 

These letters were originally published in " Der Phonix," 
Innsbruck, in 1852. 

Florizel and Perdita, a dramatic pastoral. See Nos. 

696, 697, and 698a. 
Flowers. 

BEISLY, S. Shakspeare's garden. 

ELLACOMBE, H. N. Plant-lore and garden-craft. 

MAYOU, B. Natural history of Shakespeare. 
Foelsing, J., 1816 . 

Editor of " Schul-Ausgabe Shakspearescher Dra- 
men," No. 851. 
Foersom, Peter Thun, 1777-1817. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 765. 

FELDBORG, A. A. Denmark delineated. 
Foerster, Friedrich. 

Shakespeare und die Tonkunst. (Shakespeare 
Jahrbuch, 1867.) 
Foggo, Algernon. 

On the character of Banquo. (New Shakspere 
society. Transactions, 1875-6. Series I.) 

Folk-lore. 

BELL, \V. Shakespeare's Puck and his folkslore. 

THOMS, W. J. The folk-lore of Shakspeare. 
Fontaine-Malherbe, Jean, i74o?-i78o. 

Assistant of Le Tourneur in the first three vol- 
umes of his translation of Shakespeare, No. 788. 
Fools. 

ARMIN, R. A nest of ninnies. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare's philosophers and 
jesters. 



DOUCE, F. Illustration's of Shakspeare. 
EHRLICH, J. R. Der Humor Shakespeares. 
KELLOGG, A. O. Shakspeare's delineations. 
SHAKESPEARE'S fools, by Carluccio. 

No. 4 in G.3922.1 

THUEMMEL, J. Ueber Shakespeare's Narren. 
Foote, Samuel, 1722-1777. 

1391. A treatise on the passions, so far as they 
regard the stage ; with a critical enquiry into the 
theatrical merit of Mr. G[arric]k, Mr. Q^[ui]n, and 
Mr. B[arr]y. The first considered in the part of 
Lear, the two last opposed in Othello. London : 
C. Corbett. [1747?] 44 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3924.2; No. 5 in G.3824.1 

" From the indulgence shown to my Treatise on the pas- 
sions." Footers "Roman and English comedy." 

Footsteps of Shakspere. See R. CARTWRIGHT. 
Ford, Thomas, 1744-1820. 

1392. Confusion's master-piece : or, Paine's La- 
bour's lost. Being a specimen of some well-known 
scenes in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Revived and 
improved ; as enacted by some of his majesty's ser- 
vants before the pit of Acheron. By the writer of 
the Parodies in the Gentleman's magazine. Lon- 
don : J. Pridden. 1794. 15 pp. 4 

No. 10 in G.3947.2 
Forde, John, 1586-1639. 

1393. Honour triumphant; and a Line of life : 
two tracts by John Forde, the dramatist, unknown 
to the editors of his works, and now first reprinted 
from the original copies published in 1606 and 1620. 
London : printed for the Shakespeare society. 1843. 
vii, ( i), 76 pp. 8 G.3927.12 ; 4596.7 ; 342.18 

Edited by J. P. Collier. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Zeitgenos- 
sen, vol. 2. 

Forest youth, a tale. See H. CURLING. 
Forgeries. 

COLLIER controversy. 

CUNNINGHAM, P. Extracts from the accounts. 

IRELAND forgeries. 

LITERARY forgeries. (British quarterly review, 
Jan., 1869. London.} No. 10 in G.62.3 

Forman, Simon, 1552-1611. 

Dr. Forman's book of plays, or notes in 1611 on 
Shakspere's Richard II, Winter's tale, Cymbeline, 
and Macbeth, from the writer's own manuscript. 
With the Lord Treasurer's payments for the acting 
of 6 of Shakspere's plays in 1613. (New Shakspere 
society. Transactions," 1875-6. Series i.) 
Forrest, Edwin, 1806-1872. 

ALGER, W. R. Life of E. Forrest. Philadelphia, 
1877. 8 591.3; 2341.76 

Contains portraits of Forrest in various Shakespearian char- 
acters, together with criticisms on his acting. In No. 14 in 
0.3930.13.1 are several newspaper cuttings relating to Forrest. 

Forster, Birket, 1812 . 

Illustrator of "The tempest," Nos. 636, 637. 
Forster, Henry Rumsey. 

The Stowe catalogue. See n6ia. 

RODD, H. A few remarks by H. R. Forster. 
Foster, Charles J. 

Sketch of James H. Hackett. In HACKETT, J. H. 
Notes and comments. 
Foster child, a tragedy. See No. 557. 

Foth, K. 

Shakespeare's Masz fur Masz und die Geschichte 
von Promos und Cassandra. (Shakespeare Jahr- 
buch, 1878.) 
Fouinet, Ernest, 1779-1845. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 796. 



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Fox Friswell 



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Fox, "William Johnson, 1786-1864. 

Biographical sketch of W. C. Macreadj. See 
No. 81. 
France. 

DORAN, J. Shakespeare in France. 

ELZE, F. K. Hamlet in Frankreich. 

FAY, T. S. Shakspeare in France. 

LACROIX, A. Histoire de 1'influence de Shak- 
speare sur le theatre francais. 

LEWES, G. H. Shakspeare in France. 

LOEN, A. v Die Shakespeare-Kenntniss im heu- 
tigen Frankreich. 

SCHMIDT, A. Voltaires Verdienste. 

SHAKSPEARE in Paris. (Edinburgh review, Jan., 
1846.) No. 8 in G.3910.17 

Francke, Carl Ludwig Wilhelm. 

Probe aus einem Commentar zu Shakspeare's 
Hamlet. In Karlsgymnasium in Bernburg. Pro- 
gramm. Bernburg, 1848. 4 No. i in G.3910.14 

These notes were published in his edition of " Hamlet." 

Editor of "Hamlet," No. 244. 

Fratricide punished, or prince Hamlet of Denmark. 
Tragedy. In COHN, A. Shakespeare in Germany. 

This play is also printed in Furness's " Variorum edition," 
No. 123. 

Frauencharaktere. BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shake- 
speare's Frauencharaktere. 

Fraunce, Abraham. 

The lawiers logike. London, 1588. 4 G.4073.15 

ChiUmers regards this as the source of Shakespeare's legal 
knowledge. 

Fredericks, Alfred. 

Illustrator of " Midsummer night's dream," No. 
493- 
Free reflections on papers ... of Ireland. See F. 

G. WALDRON. 
French, George Russell. 

1394. Shakspeareana genealogica. Part i. Iden- 
tification of the dramatis persona; in Shakspeare's 
historical plays: from K. John to K. Henry vm. 
Notes on characters in Macbeth and Hamlet. Per- 
sons and places, belonging to Warwickshire, alluded 
to in several plays. Part II. The Shakspeare and 
Arden families, and their connections : with tables 
of descent. Compiled by George Russell French. 
London : Macmillan and co. 1869. xiii, (i), 590 
pp. 8 6591.25 

Published as a supplemental volume to the " Cambridge 
Shakespeare," No. no. 

French's American drama. See No. 486. 
French's standard drama. 

For the plays published in this series see Nos. 182, 203, 243, 
280, 312, 328, 382, 408, 447, 478, 488, 51 1, 535, 587, 609, 628, 633, 681, 
686 and 693. 

Frenzel, Karl Wilhelm Theodor, 1827 . 

William Shakspeare. In his Dichter und Frauen. 
Hannover, 1866. 8 G.3914.25 

Fr^ron, 6lie Catherine, 1719-1776. 

Critique on Shakspeare. (Portfolio, Jan., 181^. 
Philadelphia. .) No. 5 in G.3922.1 ; 3139.1.19 

Translated by T. C. 

Frese, Julius. 

1395. Erganzungsband zu alien englischen Aus- 
gaben und zur Schlegel-Tieckschen Uebersetzung 
von Shakespeare's dramatischen Werken. Enthal- 
tend die von J. Payne Collier in einem alten Exem- 
plare derFolio-Ausgabe von 1632 aufgefundenen und 
herausgegebenen handschriftlichen Bemerkungen 
und Textanderungen in iibersichtlich vergleichen- 
der Zusammenstellung bearbeitet und iibersetzt von 



Julius Frese. Berlin. F. Duncker. 18^3. xxii, 
(i) pp., 562, (2) columns. 8 G.3920.12 

Inserted is a cutting from the " Athenaeum," Jan. 28, 1854, re- 
viewing this work. In the " Deutsche Wochenschrift," No. 10 
in 6.3910.15, is another review entitled " Englische Kritik," by 
H. Bode. 

Friesen, Hermann Freiherr von, 1802 . 

Bemerkungen zu den Altersbestimmungen fur 
einige Stiicke von Shakespeare. i. Comedy 01 
errors. 2. All's well that ends well. 3. Love's 
labour's lost. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1867.) 

Ben Jonson, eine Studie. (Jahrbuch, 1875.) 

1396. Briefe iiber Shakspere's Hamlet. Von 
Hermann Freiherr von Friesen. Leipzig, B. G. 
Teubner. 1864. vi, 343 pp. 8 

G.3916.15 ; 4598.23 

1397. Das Buch : Shakspere von Gervinus. Ein 
Wort iiber dasselbe. Von H. Freiherrn von Friesen. 
Leipzig: 1869. W. Baensch. (2), iv, 98 pp. 8 

6594.1 

1398. Dr. Karl Elze's William Shakspeare (Halle 
1876) besprochen von H. Freiherrn von Friesen. 
Leipzig : C. L. Hirschfeld. 1876. 31 pp. 8 

4593.16 
Eduard in, angeblich ein Stiick von Shakespeare. 

(Jahrbuch, 1867.) 

Die Fechtscene im Hamlet. (Jahrbuch, 1869.) 
Fliichtige Bemerkungen iiber einige Stiicke, 

welche Shakespeare zugeschrieben werden. i. The 

merrv devil of Edmonton. 2. Two noble kinsmen. 

(Jahrbuch, 1865.) 
Glosse zu einer Stelle aus Shakespeare's Hamlet 

(Akt3- Scene 2). (Jahrbuch, 1868.) 

1399. Shakspere-Studien. Von Herm. Freih. 
von Friesen. Wien. 1874, 75, 76. W. Braumiiller. 
3 v. 8 G.76.6 

Contents. 1. Altengland und William Shakspere. 2. Will. 
Shakspere's Drainen vom Beginn seiner Laufbahn bis 1601 : 
Titus Andronicus, Ileinrich vi, Richard III, Die Comodie der 
Irrungen, Die beiden Veronesen, Liebes Leid und Lust, Romeo 
und Julia, Kbnig Johann, Richard III, Ileinrich iv, Ileinrich v, 
Ein Sommernnchtstraum, Der Kaufmann von Venedig, Wie es 
euch gef allt, Was ihr wollt, Viel Larmen um Nichts, Die lusti- 
gen Weiber von Windsor, Ende gut Alles gut. Die Zahmung 
der Widerspenstigen. 3. Will. Shakspere's Dramen von 1601 
bis zum Schlusse seiner Laufbahn: Einleitung; Shakspere 
und das englische Drama nach 1601 ; Hamlet, Ktinig Lear, 
Othello, Macbeth, Julius Casar, Antonius und Cleopatra, Corio- 
lanus, Heinrich vui, Troilus und Cressida, Maas fur maas, Ti- 
nion von Athen, Pericles, Cymbeline, Das Wintermarchen, Der 
Sturm. 

Ueber Shakespeare's Macbeth. (Jahrbuch, 1869.) 
Ueber Shakespeare's Quellen zu KonigLear. Ein 
berichtigender Nachtrag zu meinem ' Shakspere- 
Studien,' Band in. (Jahrbuch, 1877.) 
Ueber Shakespeare's Sonette. (Jahrbuch, 1869.) 
Wie soil man Shakespeare spielen ? Richard in, 
Romeo und Julia, Der Kaufmann von Venedig. 
(Jahrbuch, 1870-1873.) 

Ein Wort iiber Shakespeare's Historien. (Jahr- 
buch, 1873.) 

Translator of the " Sonnets," No. 910, and of 
DRAYTON, M. Nymphidia oder der Feenhoff. 
Friswell, James Hain, 1827-1878. 

1400. Life portraits of William Shakspeare : a 
history of the various representations of the poet, 
witlran examination into their authenticity. By J. 
Hain Friswell. Illustrated by photographs of the 
most authentic portraits, and with views, etc. by 
Cundall, Downes, and co. London: S. Low, son, 
and Marston. 1864. xii, 128 pp. 8 

G.3941.29; 4598.3 
0.3941.29 lacks pages 73-80. 

WILL. A photographic reproduction. 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Fritzart Garrick 



Fritzart, Fritz. 

1401. War Shakspeare ein Christ? Shakspeare 
war nicht ganz Shakspeare. Oder iiber das christ- 
liche Prinzip in der romantisch-dramatischen Poe- 
sie. Von Fritz Fritzart. Heidelberg, J. C. B. 
Mohr. 1832. 80 pp. 8 G.3914.7 

"Anregungen. Erste Numiner." 

Froissart, Jean, 1337-1416. 

Extrait de la Chronique memorable. In Hugo's 
translation, vol. xi, No. 790.' 
Fruits. MA YOU, B. Natural history. 
Frye, William Edward. 

Translator of "Macbeth," No. 930. 
Fulbroke park. See C. H. BRACEBRIDGE. 
Fulda, Karl. 

1402. William Shakespeare. Eine neue Studie 
iiber sein Leben und sein Dichten, besonders iiber 
seinen Einfluss auf alle spateren dramatischenDich- 
ter und darstellenden Kiinstler von Karl Fulda. 
Marburg. O. Ehrhardt. 1875. viii, 206 pp. Sm. 
8 G.78.13 
Fulham, Golden Lion Inn. 

CROKER, T. C. Walk from London to Fulham. 
Fuller, Richard Frederick, 1821-1869. 

Shakspeare as a lawyer. (Monthly law reporter, 
Nov., 1862. Boston.) 

No. 22 in G.3940.5 ; No. 7 in G.3930.12 
Fullom, Stephen "Watson. 

1403. History of William Shakespeare, player 
and poet: with new facts and traditions. By S. W. 
Fullom. London: Sounders, Otley, and co. 1862. 
vii, 372 pp. 8 G.3941.15 

1404. Same. Second edition. London : Saun- 
ders, Otley, and co. 1864. vii, 372 pp. 8 

G.3941.16 ; G.206.5 ; 4598.2 
Funeral. 

HAMLEY, E. B. Shakespeare's funeral. 
Furness, Helen Kate. 

1405. The concordance to Shakespeare's poems : 
an index to every word therein contained, by Mrs. 
Horace Howard Furness. Venus and Adonis. Phil- 
adelphia : J. B. Lippincott and co. 1872. 72 pp. 
8 4590a.3 

" Printed simply as an experiment, in order that certain de- 
tails which types alone can render clear, may be mastered." 

Concordance to Shakespeare's Poems. See No. 
740. 

1406. Index of the pages in the volumes of Wm. 
Sidney Walker on which occur citations from the 
plays of Shakespeare. Compiled by Mrs. Horace 
Howard Furness. Philadelphia : Gillin and Mur- 
phy, printers. 1870. (3), 30 pp. 12 2598.32 

Fifty copies privately printed. This is a presentation copy 
from the compiler to W. A. Wheeler. 

FISH, A. I. Some recent helps. 

WHEELER, W. A. Concordance to Shakespeare's 
Poems. 
Furness, Horace Howard. 

Editor of the " New variorum Shakespeare," No. 
123. 

FISH, A. I. Some recent helps. 

HUDSON, H. N. Furness's Shakespeare. 
Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825 . 

Introduction to "The Leopold Shakspere," No. 
135- 

1407. The succession of Shakspere's works and 
the use of metrical tests in settling it, etc. Being 
the introduction to Gervinus's ' Commentaries on 
Shakspere' translated by Miss Bunnett. By Fred. 
J. Furnivall. London : Smith, Elder, and co. 1874. 
(4;, xix-1 pp. 8 G.73.7 



HARRISON, W. Description of England. 
NEW SHAKSPERE SOCIETY. Transactions. Se- 
ries i. 

Mr. Furnivall is apparently the editor of this series, and has 
contributed largely to its contents. 

Fuseli, Henry, 1742-1825. 

Illustrator of Shakespeare. See Nos. 39, 44, 1103, 
1107 and 1108. 

Gaetschenberger, Stephan. 

Geschichte der englischen Literatur. B. n. Wien, 
1862. 8 G.3913.16 

Chapters 36-40 are upon Shakespeare's works. 

Gairdner, James. 

On the historical element in Shakspeare's Fal- 
staff. (Fortnightly review, March, 1873. London.) 

5362.1.19 

Galeria dramatica. See No. 958. 
Gallerie zu Shakspeare. See F. A. M. RETZSCH. 
Games. 

ANNALIA Dubrensia. Manchester, 1877. 4 

6605.28 

1408. GAMES of quartetts. No. xxi, xxn. Com- 
piled expressly for the instruction and amusement 
of youth. Shaksperian characters. No. i, 2. Lon- 
don : Houlston and Wright. No. 4, 5 in G.3944.1 

1409. Same. [New edition.] London : H. Green- 
wood. No. 6, 7 in G.3944.1 

MARSH, J. B. Shaksperian playing cards. 
SCOTT, J. W. Shakspereana draught board. 
SHAKESPEARE'S games. (Belgravia, Feb., 1874. 
London.) No. 12 in G.62.1 ; 7338.1.22 

1410. SHAKSPERIAN character cards, providing 
an intellectual and withal merry game for the social 
circle. London. Mead and Potvell. [1853.] 

No. i in G.3944.1 
Gantter, Ludwig. 

Die Shakespeare Literatur seit 1864. (Interna- 
tionale Revue, Juli 1866. Wien.) No. 8 in G.3910.9 
Garbarini, Orlando. 

Translator of " Romeo and Juliet," No. 937. 
Garcia, Manuel, 1775-1832. 

Editor of " Macbeth," No. 957. 
Garcia de Villalta, Jose. 

Translator of "Macbeth," No. 958. 
Garden-craft. 

ELLACOMBE, H. N. Plant-lore and garden-craft. 
Gardens of Shakespeare. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Brief guide to the 
gardens. 

First appeal. 

In 0.3940.3 are numerous newspaper cuttings relating to this 
subject. 

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson. 

The political element in Massinger. (New Shak- 
spere society. Transactions, 1875-7. Series i.) 
Garland. 

SHAKESPEARE'S garland. See Nos. 1172-1174. 

WHELER, R. B. History . . . of Stratford. 
Garrick, David, 1716-1779. 

1411. A dialogue between an actor and a critic 
by way of prologue to the English opera call'd The 
tempest. The characters, Heartly the actor Mr. 
Havarde. Wormwood the critic Mr. Yates. 
[1756.] gff. Manuscript. 4 G.3937.42 

This prologue, in Garrick's own hand-writing, was spoken at 
Drury Lane Theatre, London, and afterwards printed in St. 
James Magazine, vol. i, p. 144. Inserted is a copy of Garrick's 
will, etc., cut from the Morning Post, Feb. 3, 1779. For the por- 
traits of Garrick see the second part of this Catalogue. 

Same. In his Poetical works, vol. i. 



G-arrick Gene 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



1412. Harlequin's invasion with transparency's 
etc. 53 pp. Manuscript. 8 G.3936.1 

A Christmas pantomime produced Dec. 31, 1750., representing 
Harlequin's invasion of Parnassus and the territory of Shake- 
speare. Genest, " English stage," vol. 4, p. 580, suggests that 
the pantomime is founded on one a<led in 1741 at Goodman's 
Fields. Possibly it was " Harlequin Englishman ; or the 
Frenchman bit." The songs are printed in his " Poetical 
works," vol. 2. 

1413. Same. Shakspeare versus Harlequin ; or, 
Harlequin's invasion A broad farcical pantomim- 
ical drama. Founded on Garrick's celebrated dra- 
ma, after the manner of the Italian comedy, called 
"Harlequin's invasion; or, a Christmas gambol." 
The overture and music, (with few exceptions) 
composed by Mr. Reeve and Mr. T. Cooke. Now 
performing at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 
London : printed by J. Tabby. 1820. (4), 36 pp. 
Sm. 8 G.3945.11 

There is inserted a play-bill, announcing the first perform- 
ance of this farce, April 8, 1820. 

1414. The Jubilee. (26) pp. Manuscript. 4 

G.3942.2 

This is the original copy in Mr. Garrick's writing, and was 
bought by J. Britton at the sale of Mr. Waldron's books. The 
parts copied for the performers are in a different handwriting. 
The words of the songs are omitted. Genest says, vol. 5, p. 256, 
that the Drury Lane manuscript was burnt with the theatre in 
1809. For the music of the "Jubilee," see No. 1291. 

1415. Same. The Jubilee in honour of Shake- 
speare. A musical entertainment. As performed 
at the Theatre in Waterford. With additions. Wa- 
terford: printed by E. Craivley and son. 1773 32 
pp. Sm. 8 G.3942.14 

The text is very much altered. 

1416. An ode upon dedicating a building, and 
erecting a statue, to Shakespeare, at Stratford upon 
Avon. By D. G. London: T. Becket, and P. A. 
De Hondt. 1769. (4), 34 pp. 4 

G.3947.6; No. 5 in G.3942.4 

The first copy is on large paper; the second lacks the last two 
pages. After the Ode is printed " Testimonies to the genius and 
merits of Shakespeare," by Jonson and others. No. 18 in G.^oa. I 
is a large engraving representing Garrick in the a(5t of deliver- 
ing the Ode. 

Same. In his Poetical works, vol. I. 

Same. In WHELER, R. B. History and antiqui- 
ties of Stratford. 

Oration in honour of Shakspeare. Written and 
spoken by Mr. Garrick. In WHELER, R. B. His- 
tory and antiquities of Stratford. 

Knight, in his Pidtorial edition, vol. 7, pp. 394, 395, quotes a 
part of this Oration, and suggests that Edmund Burke was the 
real author. 

Poetical works. London, 1785. 2 v. 8 2549.19 

Contains his "Ode," Prologues to "The fairies," " Florizel 
and Perdita," "Tempest," " Desart island," " Harlequin's inva- 
sion," " Much ado about nothing," and " Jubilee," also, Dirge 
in " Romeo and Juliet" and Songs in " Winter's tale," " Harle- 
quin's invasion." "Jubilee," and songs at the Jubilee, 1769. 

Nos. 12 and 13 in G.6oa.i7 are manuscript copies of his Pro- 
logues to "Winter's tale," "Desart Island" and "Much ado 
about nothing." 

1417. Songs, chorusses, etc., which are intro- 
duced in the new entertainment of the Jubilee, at 
the Theatre Royal, in Drury Lane. London : T, 
Becket. 1770. (2), 18 pp. 8- G.3942.10 

1418. Same. London : T. Becket. 1778. (2), 
i8pp. 8 No. ii in G.3942.3 

A song commencing " This is, Sir, a Jubilee," has been added, 
and a stanza of the Roundelay and the verses commencing " Im- 
mortal be his name," have been omitted. 

1419. Songs, chorusses, etc. in the musical 
afterpiece, called Garrick's Jubilee ; as first per- 
formed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, in 1769, 
and now revived, (under the direction of Mr. Far- 
ley), at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, 23d of 



April, 1816, being the second centenary of years from 
the death of Shakspeare, and in commemoration of 
the immortal genius of England's great dramatick 
.bard ; with a plan of the grand pageant of the char- 
acters of Shakspeare, by the whole of the company. 
London : y. Miller. 1816. 16 pp. 8 

No. 10 in G.3942.3 ; G.3942.12 

This contains two of the songs in "Harlequin's Invasion" 
and four from the "Jubilee," together with "Thou soft-flowing 
Avon." 

1420. Thou soft flowing Avon, written in honor 
of Shakespear by Garrick. Composed by Dr. Arne. 
Arranged by J. Addison. 3 pp. F 

No. i in G.4060.14 

This piece is not published in his Poetical works. 
Editor of "Antony and Cleopatra," No. 163, 
" Cymbeline," No. 2n, vl Midsummer night's 
dream," No. 501, "The fairies," Nos. 499 and 500, 
"A fairy tale," Nos. 502 and 503, " Romeo and Ju- 
liet," Nos. 601-606, 608 and 609, " Catharine and 
Petruchio," Nos. 621, 622, 623a, 624-628. 

An alteration of "The tempest" has also been ascribed to 
him. See No. 651. 

CELEBRATIONS. Jubilee, 1769. 

Under this heading will be found other works containing 
Garrick's Songs, Ode, etc , not mentioned here. 

DIBDIN, C. The overture, songs ... in the 
Jubilee. 

1421. AN ESSAY on acting : in which will be con- 
sider'd the mimical behaviour of a certain fashionable 
faulty actor, and the laudableness of such unman- 
nerly, as well as inhumane proceedings. To which 
will be added, a short criticism on his acting Mac- 
beth. 

So have I seen a Pvgmie strut, 

Mouth and rant, in a Giant's Robe. Tom Thumb. 
Oh ! Macbeth has murder'd G-k. Shakespear. 



London: W. Bickerton. 1744. 



(4), 27 pp. 8 

G.3925.20 



FOOTE, S. Treatise on the passions. 

LLOYD, R. Shakespeare : an epistle to Garrick. 

PEARCE, W. Haunts of Shakespeare. 

Contains a " Sonnet on Mr. Garrick's retirement collected 
from Shakespeare." 

VINCKE, G. Freiherr. Shakespeare und Garrick. 

Garricks Biihnenbearbeitungen Shakespeare's. 
Garrick's vagary. See CELEBRATIONS, No. 1170. 
Gay, Walter. 

Editor of " Hamlet," No. 247. 
Geburt des Merlin. 

For the editions of this play see Nos. 703, 705, 914, 916 and 
917. 

Geist Shakespears. See R. MAYER. 
Genealogy of Shakespeare. 

BIOGRAPHY. 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 
Gene'e, Rudolph, 1824 . 

Collation of the first edition of Edward 11, 1594, 
with Dyce's text of 1850. (New Shakspere society. 
Transactions, 1875-6. Series I.) 

1422. Geschichte der Shakespeare'schen Dramen 
in Deutschland. Von Rudolph Genee. Leipzig, W. 
Engelmann. 1870. viii, 509 pp. 8 4594.4 

Contents. Das deutsche Theater unter den Einfliissen Shake- 
speare's und des cnglischcn Drama's; Chronologische Ge- 
schichte der sammtlichen Uebersetzungen, Theaterbearbeitun- 
fen, theilweiscn Benutzungen Shakespeare'scher Stiicke und 
toffe, sowie der wichtigsten Auffiihrungen derselben in 
Deutschland ; Umfangreicherc Mittheilungen aus einigen altern 
und wcnig gekannten Uebersetzungen oder Bearbeitungen 
Shakespeare'scher Stiicke und gleicliartiger S toffe : Comodia 
von der Konigin Esther; Tragedia von Tito Andronico ; Inno- 
centia von M. Kongehl; Der Jud von Venedig; Der bestrafte 



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Gene"e Gervinus 



Brudermord oder Prinz Hamlet; Aus v. Borck's Uebersetzung 
des "Julius Casar"; Auftritte aus einem englischen Schau- 
spiele "Der Sturm"; Scenen aus Richard III. iibersetzt; Aus 
unvollendeten Uebersetzungen von Elias Schlegel, Burner und 
A. W. Schlegel; Goethe's Bearbeitung von Romee und Julia; 
Nachtrage; Register. 

1423. Shakespeare. Sein Leben und seine 
Werke. Von Rudolph Genee. Hildburghausen. 
Verlag des Bibliographischen Institiits. 1872. 403 
pp. 8 6597.18 

Editor of "Shakespeare" von GERVINUS, No. 1429. 

HERMANN, E. Ein Wort zur weiteren Begriind- 
ung. 
Genius. 

DALE, R. W. Genius the gift of God. 

GRAVES, H. M. Essay on the genius of Shake- 
speare. 

HALL, H. T. Shaksperean fly-leaves. 

SHAKSPEARE'S Genius. 

SKENE, G. Genius of Shakespear. 
Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784. 

The dramatic censor ; or, critical companion. 
London : J. Bell. 1770. 2 v. 8 

G.3923.12 ; 4578.5 

Contents. 1. Criticisms upon various plays, among- which 
are: As you like it; Hamlet; King Lear; Macbeth; Merchant of 
Venice; Othello; Richard HI; Romeo and Juliet. 2. Cymbe- 
line; Henry iv; Henry v; Julius Caesar; King John; Much ado 
about nothing. 

1424. Introduction to Shakespeare's plays, con- 
taining an essay on oratory. London : J. Bell. 
1774. 57 pp. 8 G.3945.4 

A separate impression of an essay in vol. i of Bell's edition 
of Shakespeare. 

Editor of Bell's edition of Shakespeare, No. 29. 

STRATFORD Jubilee, comedy- See No. 1175. 
Gentleman according to Shakespeare. (Temple 

bar, April, 1868. London.} 7325.1.23 

Geoffrey of Monmouth, noo?-ii54. 

British history. London, 1842. 8 G.3720.3 

For an account of King Leir and his daughters see Book 2, 
chap. 11-15. A, French translation of these chapters, with the 
exception of a few lines, is to be found in vol. 9 of Hugo's trans- 
lation of Shakespeare, No. 790. 

George a Green. 

For the editions of this play see page 46 and Nos.9i3 and 916. 

Gericke, R. 

Beitrage zur Statistik der Shakespeare-Auffiihrun- 
gen deutscher Biihnen. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 
1873-) 

Statistik derLeipziger Shakespeare-AufFiihrungen 
in den Jahren 1817-71. (Jahrbuch, 1872.) 

Zu einer neuen Buhnenbearbeitung des Macbeth. 
(Jahrbuch, 1871.) 
Germany. 

BELL, W. Shakespeare's Puck. 

COHN, A. Shakespeare in Germany. 

DEUTSCHE Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. 

ELZE, K. Die englische Sprache . . . inDeutsch- 
land. 

GERICKE, R. Beitrage zur Statistik. 

HENSE, C. C. Deutsche Dichter in ihrem Ver- 
haltniss zu Shakespeare. 

KOBERSTEIN, A. Shakespeare in Deutschland. 

LEMCKE, L. G. Shakspeare in seinem Verhalt- 
nisse zu Deutschland. 

OEHLMANN, W. Shakespeare's Werth fur unsere 
nationale Literatur. 

RAMSAY, A. Shakspere in Germany. 

*5 21,10,79. "3 



SHAKSPEARE in Germany. (Blackwood's maga- 
zine, Feb., March, May, 1835, May, 1836. Edin- 
burgh.') No. i in G.3910.11 

STAHR, A. Shakspeare in Deutschland. 

THOMS, W. J. On the connexion between the 
early English and early German drama. 

TSCHISCHWITZ, B. Nachklange germanischer 
Mythe. 

VISCHER, F. T. Shakspeare in seinem Verhalt- 
niss zur deutschen Poesie. 
Gerth, A. 

1425. Der Hamlet von Shakspeare. Acht Vor- 
lesungen gehalten zu Putbus im Winter 1860, 61 
von A. Gerth. Leipzig- 1861. E. F. Steinacker. 
244, (i) pp. 8 G.3916.12; G.3916.13 
Gervinus, Georg Gottfried, 1805-1871. 

1426. Handel und Shakespeare. Zur Aesthetik 
der Tonkunst. Von G. G. Gervinus. Leipzig, W. 
Engelmann. 1868. xiv, (2), 496 pp. 8 8045.23 

1427. Shakespeare. Von G. G. Gervinus. Leip- 
zig, W. Engelmann. 1849, 50. 4 v. 8 G.3912.15 



Zahmung der "Widerspenstigen ; Zweite Periode der drama- 
tischen Dichtung: Erotische Stiicke : Die beiden Veroneser; 
Verlorene Liebesmiihe; Ende gut Alles gut; Sommernachts- 
traum. 2. Romeo und Julie; Der Kaufmann von Venedig; 
Historische Stiicke: Richard Hi; Richard H; Heinrich iv; 



tonius und Cleopatra; Coriolanus; Timon von Athen ; Der 
Sturm ; Das Wintennahrchen ; Shakespeare Charakteristik : 
Sein Schonheitssinn ; Seine angebliche Regellosigkeit ; Sein 
Kunstideal; Sein Zeitalter; Sittlicher Geist in seinen Werken; 
Dramatische Gattungen ; Grundziige seiner sittlichen An- 
schauung. 

Inserted in vol. i is an autograph letter of Gervinus dated 
Jan. 28, 1840. His portrait is in No. 20 in 6.403.1. 

1428. Same. Dritte Auflage. Leipzig, W. En- 
gelmann. 1862. 2 v. 8 G.3912.16 ; 2594.7 

Contents. 1, Vorrede; Einleitung; Shakespeare in Strat- 
ford Sonnette. 2. Dritte Periode : Maas fur maas Die Grund- 
ziige seiner sittlichen Anschauung. 

1429. Same. Vierte verbesserte Auflage. Mit 
erganzenden" Anmerkungen versehen von Rudolph 
Genee. Leipzig, W. Engelmann. 1872. 2 v. 8 

6591.7 

Contents. 1. Einleitung Sonnette; Anmerkungen. 2. 
Dritte Periode Die Grundziige seiner sittlichen Anschauung; 
Anmerkungen. 

1430. Same. Shakespeare Commentaries, by 
G. G. Gervinus. Translated under the author's 
superintendence by F. E. Bunnett. In 2 v. Lon- 
don : Smith, Elder, and co. 1863. 8 

G.3912.17 ; 2593.10 

Contents. \. Preface Shakespeare's Sonnets. 2. Third 
period : Measure for measure The principles of his moral 
views. 

1431. Same. New edition, revised by the trans- 
lator. London. Smith, Elder, and co. 1875. 1, 
941 pp. 8 6591.8 

The Introduction, pp. xix-1, is by F. J. Furnivall. 

1432. UlEKCnHPT). FEPEHHyCA. nEPEBE^it CO 
BTOPAFO M3.4AHIH KOHCTAHTHHTj THMO$EEB"b. A 
C.IlETEPEyPrb BT> THnorPA<HH B.EE30EPA30BAH 
KOMFI. *86a T j&^ 8 G.3910.1 



Shakespeare by Gervinus. Translated from the second edi- 
tion by Constantin^ TimotMef. Vol. i. St. Petersburg\Print- 
edby'V. Bezo&razofand co. 1862,63. 

This volum^ was published in four parts. Parts 3 and 4 were 
translated from the third edition. The contents agree with vol. i 
of the first edition. 



Gerviiius Giraldi 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



BEKK, A. Shakespeare und Homer. 

COMMENTARIES on Shakespeare Gervinus. (Ec- 
lectic review, June, 1865. London.} No. 8 in G.62.2 

GERVINUS on Shakespeare. (Westminster review, 
O A., 1863. London.} No. 10 in G.3910.11 

Gesta Grayorum. London, 1688. 4 G.4076.19 

An account of some revels at Gray's Inn, 1594, in which oc- 
curs the earliest mention of the " Comedy of errors." 

HOLMES, N. Authorship of Shakespeare. 
Gesta Romanorum. 

Gesta rhomanorum. [Colophon. Mcccclxxxviij.) 
F No. 2 in G.4070.7 

Chapter 109 contains a story similar to that of the three cas- 
kets in the " Merchant of Venice." Chap. 153 is the story of 
Apollqnius of Tyre, one of the sources of" Pericles." 

Same. A record of auncient histories, intituled in 
Latin : Gesta Romanorum. . . . Now newly perused 
and corrected by R. Robinson. London, 1600. Sm. 
8 G.4072.1 

The jzd history, which Douce says was "never printed in 
Latin," has been thought to be the source from which the story 
of the three caskets is drawn. It is reprinted in Collier's 
"Shakespeare's library," and in vol. 5 of Halliwell's folio edi- 
tion, No. go. Another story, similar to that of the bond, found 
in a " manuscript in the Harleian collection," is given in Donee's 
"Illustrations" and in Halliwell's edition. In the "Shake- 
speare's library," second edition vol. 2, is "The story of Lear," 
taken from Madden's edition of the " Gesta." 

1433. The Anglo-saxon version of the story of 
Apollonius of Tyre, upon which is founded the play 
of Pericles, attributed to Shakspeare ; from a MS. in 
the library of C. C. C. Cambridge. With a literal 
translation, etc. By Benjamin Thorpe. London : 
J. and A. Arch. 1834. v, 92, (i)pp. 12 G.4072.5 

Inserted is a manuscript letter of the translator, dated March 
2, 1860. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 
Ghost. 

GHOST of Richard in., a poem. See RICHARD in. 

GHOST-PLAYER'S guide, or a hint to two great 
houses ; More ghost-playing : Banquo's spirit 
brought to book. By Umbra. (London magazine. 
April, July, 1824.) No. 3 in G.3940.8 

NEW exegesis of Shakespeare. 

OBSERVATIONS on "The ghost-player's guide," 
and on the invariable tendency to corpulence in 
Shakspeare's ghosts : together with cursory remarks 
on swearing. By Horrida Bella. (London maga- 
zine, May, 1824.) No. 3 in G.3940.8 

ROFFE, A. Essay upon the ghost-belief of Shake- 
speare. 
Gilbert, Sir John, 1817 . 

Illustrator of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 105, 125 
and 126, and the " Seven ages," Nos. 984 and 990. 
Gilburne, Samuel. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition, vol. 3. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Gilchrist, Octavius, 1779-1823. 

1434. An examination of the charges maintained 
by Malone, Chalmers, and others, of Ben Jonson's 
enmity, etc., towards Shakspeare. By Octavius Gil- 
christ. London : Taylor and Hessey. 1808. (4), 
62 pp. 8 No. 9 in G.3824.8 ; G.3923.16 

Inserted in 6.3923.16 is an autograph letter of the author 
dated Feb. 4, 1813. 

Gildemeister, Otto, 1823 . 

Translator of fifteen plays, No. 844, and the "Son- 
nets," No. 911. 
Gildon, Charles, 1665-1724. 

An essay on the art, rise, and progress of the 



stage, in Greece, Rome, and England. In Shake- 
speare's works, Nos. 12, 13 and 15. 

Loves of Dido and ./Eneas, a mask. In Measure 
for measure, No. 437. 

Remarks on the plays and poems of Shakespear. 
In Shakespeare's works, Nos. 12, 13 and 15. 

Shakespeariana : or select moral reflections, top- 
icks, similies, and descriptions from Shakespear. 
In his Complete art of poetry, vol. i. London, 1718. 
12 G.3955.12.1 

Some reflections on Mr. Rymer's Short view of 
tragedy, and an attempt at a vindication of Shake- 
spear, in an essay directed to John Dryden. /;/ his 
Miscellaneous letters and essays. London, 1694. 
8 G.4076.23 

Giles, Henry, 1809 . 

Falstaff. A type of Epicurean life. In his Lec- 
tures and essays, vol. i. Boston, 1850. 8 

G.3925.14.1 

The growing and perpetual influence of Shake- 
speare. (Christian examiner, Sept., 1859. Boston.} 

No. 31 in G.3940.5 

Reprinted in his " Human life in Shakespeare." 

1435. Human life in Shakespeare. By Henry 
Giles. Boston: Lee and Shefiard. 1868. 286 pp. 
16 G.77. 9; 4598.26 

A course of seven Lowell leiflures delivered in Boston. 

Gilfillan, George, 1813-1878. 

The great poem-mysteries Hamlet. (From 
Hogg's Instructor. Eclectic magazine. Sept., 18151. 
New York.} No. 4 in G.3937J6 

Editor of the " Poems," No. 738. 
Gilliland, Thomas. 

Dramatic mirror. London, 1808. 2 v. 12 

G.3923.15 

Contains short biographical notices of Shakespeare and his 
contemporary adtors. 

Gillmor, Clot-worthy. 

1436. Reflections from Shakspeare's cliff: with 
a glance at Calais cliff. London : E. Palmer and 
son. 1851. 36pp. Sm. 8 No 2 in G.3946.15 

1437. Same. Second edition. London: E. Palmer 
and son. 1853. 48pp. Sm. 8 No. 3 in G.3946.15 
Gilmore, J. H. 

How shall we spell Sh-k-sp-r-'s name? (Scrib- 
ner's monthly, May, 1876. Neiu York.} 

No. 20 in G.72.7.1 
Giovanni Florentine, Ser. 

II pecorone. Milano, 1554 [Z.cc#,i74O?]. 8 

G.4074.2 

Giornata prima, novella seconda, the story of Bucciuolo and 
Pietro Paolo, is supposed to be one of the sources of the " Merry 
w-ives of Windsor," and Giornata quarta, novella prima, the ad- 
ventures of Giannetto, has incidents similar to those in "The 
merchant of Venice." An English translation of these stories, 
with the Italian text, is given in Hazlitt's edition of the ' Shake- 
speare's library," No. 1242. In Echtermeyer's "Quellen" are 
German translations, and in vol. S of Hugo's Shakespeare, No. 
790, is a French version of the latter story. In Halliwell's folio 
edition, No. 90, the Italian text only of both tales is given. His 
" First sketch of Shakespeare's Merry wives of Windsor" con- 
tains both the Italian and English of the former. 

Giraldi Cinthio, Giovanni Battista, 1504-1573. 

De gli hecatommithi. Nel Monte Regale, 156";. 
2v. 8 G.4074.4 

Deca terza, novella 7, is one of the sources of Othello. Eng- 
lish translations are to be found in Lennox's "Shakespear illus- 
trated " and Collier's " Shakespeare's library." Deca odtava, 
novella 5, is one of the sources of " Measure for measure." An 
English translation is given in "Shakespear illustrated." 
French and German translations are to be found in Hugo's 
Shakespeare and Echtermeyer's Quellen. A German version of 
the former story is also to be found in " Freya," 6tes Heft, 1864, 
No. 4 in 0.3910.8. In Halliwell's folio edition the Italian text 
only of both stories is given. Hazlitt's edition of the "Shake- 
speare's library" gives only the Italian of the second story. 



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1438. The Moor of Venice. Cinthio's tale and 
Shakspere's tragedy. By John Edward Taylor. 
London: Chapman and Hall. iSs^. 36pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.3924.3 

1439. The story of the Moor of Venice. Trans- 
lated from the Italian. With two essays on Shake- 
speare, and preliminary observations. By Wolsten- 
holme Parr. London : T. Cadell, jun, and W. 
Davics. 1795. (2), 91 pp. 8 G.4072.26 

Contents. Preliminary observations ; On the tragedy of 
Coriolanus; The Moor of^ Venice; On Othello; Appendix. 

No. 3 in 6.3930.10 is another copy of the pages containing the 
essay on Coriolanus. 

Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. See M. C. 

CLARKE. 
Glan villa, Bartholomeeus de. 

Batman vppon Bartholome, his booke De proprie- 
tatibus rerum. 1582. London. F G.4071.2 

Douce thinks that Shakespeare made frequent use of this 
book. 

Glasse of godly love. Wherein all married couples 
may learne their duties, each toward others, ac- 
cording to the Holy Scriptures. (New Shakspere 
society. Shakspere's England. Series vi.) 

Part of a traA entitled " The schoole of honest and vertuous 
lyfe ... by T[homas] Pfritchard]. Also a discourse, of the 
worthynesse of honorable wedlocke . . . by I[ohn] R[ogers]." 
It is uncertain who is the author. 

Globe edition. See No. 124. 
Globe theatre. 

Globe theatre, by J. R. J. (The olio, Nov. 12, 
1831. London.) No. 13 in G.62.1 

This number of " The Olio" contajns also a poem on Shak- 
speare, by R. W. S. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Illustrations of 
the life of Shakespeare. 

RENDLE, W. Bankside, Southwark, with the 
Globe. 

Nearly all the biographies of Shakespeare have more or less 
extended^ notices of this theatre. 

Glossaries. 

Many of the editions of Shakespeare's works contain glossa- 
ries. Reference is made below, with a single exception, to the 
separate publications. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 
DYCE, A. Works of Shakespeare, vol. 9, Nos. 
112 and 128. 

1440. Glossary explaining the obsolete and diffi- 
cult words in the plays of Shakespeare. 63 columns. 
Manuscript. F G.60a.30 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Dictionary of ar- 
chaic and provincial words. 

NARES, R. A glossary. 

POTWIN, L. S. Shakspearian glossary for our 
Bible. 

SHAKSPEARIAN glossaries. (Edinburgh review, 
July, 1869.) No. 15 in G.72.7.1; No. 20 in G.62.3 

WARNER, R. Letter to Garrick. 
Glover, John. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. no. 
Glover, Stephen. 

1441. Homage to Shakespeare. Three melodies 
for the piano forte composed by Stephen Glover. 
London, R. Cocks and co. (2), 9 pp. F 

No. 8 in G.4060.3 
Glyptic. See J. W. JARVIS. 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832. 

Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre. Berlin, 179=5. 4 v. 
Sm. 8 G^.3915.4 

This work contains an extended criticism on Hamlet. 



Editor of " Romeo and Juliet." 

Goethe's stage adaptation of Schlegel's translation is to be 
found in vol.2 of the " Nachtrage zu Goethe's sammtlichen 
\Verken,'' 4899^1.51. In Genee's " Geschichte der Shakespeare'- 
schen Dramen " the first aft and the conclusion of the drama are 
alone given. These, Genee says, are the only portions written 
by Goethe. 

FEMALE characters of Goethe and Shakspeare. 
(North British review, Feb., 1848. Edinburgh.) 

No. 13 in G.3940.8 

GENE"E, R. Geschichte der Shakespeare'schen 
Dramen. 

HAMLET. NachGothes Andeutungen im Wilhelm 
Meister. See No. 862. 

MASSON, D. Shakespeare and Goethe. 

REYMOND, W. Corneille, Shakspeare et Goethe. 

RUDLOFF, F. W. Shakespeare, Schiller and 
Goethe. 

ULRICI, H. Ueber Shakspeare's dramatische 
Kunst und sein Verhaltniss zu Calderon und Gothe. 

WILSON, H. S. Goethe on Hamlet. 
Goetzinger, Ernst. 

Das Shakesp'eare-Buchlein des Armen Mannes im 
Toggenburg vom Jahr 1780. (Shakespeare-Jahr- 
buch,-i877-) 
Golden Lion Inn, Fulham. 

CROKER, T. C. Walk from London to Fulham. 
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1728-1774. 

History of the Boar's-Head tavern in East-Cheap. 
See No. 1370. 

Same. In his Miscellaneous works, vol. 4. Lon- 
don, 1806. 8 G.3717.1.4 

The Essay as published here is very much altered from that 
printed in the " Diverting history," No. 1370. 

Gomont, H., 1815 . 

1442. Le Cesar de Shakespeare, etude historique 
et litteraire par H. Gomont. Paris : S. Ra$on et co. 
1874. 61 pp. 8 No. i in G.74.2 

Upon the cover of this and the following work is written 
" Oflfert par 1'auteur a le Bibliotheque de Boston. H. Gomont." 

1443. Encore sur Hamlet, a propos d'Hamlet, et 
a c6te d'Hamlet. (Metz. Imp, Rousseau-Pallez.) 
44 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.74.2 

Originally printed in the " Revue de 1'Est," Metz. 

Gonsales and his vertuous wife Agatha. See B. 

RICHE. 
Gonzaga, Curzio. 

Gli inganni comedia. Venetia, 1592. Sm. 8 

No. i in G.4074.11.1 

Supposed to be one of the sources of "Twelfth night." 

Goodban, Henry W. 

1444. No. i. Beauties of Shakespere. Anne 
Hathaway, written by Fanny E. Lacy. (Air Shake- 
sperian.) Arranged by Henry W. Goodban. Lon- 
don : L. Lee and Coxhead. 5 pp. F 

No. 7 in G.4060.3 
Gordon, D. 

1445. The ethics of the Shakspere celebrations. 
A letter addressed to a lady in Sheffield. London : 
J. H. Trcssider. 1864. 41 pp. 8 

No. 4 in G.3942.25 
Gordon, Eva G. 

Translator of "Die epischen Elemente " and 
"Ueber den ursprunglichen Text des King Lear" 
by N. DELIUS. 
Gosche, Richard Adolph, 1824 . 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 846. 
Gosson, Stephen, 1554-1623. 

1446. The school of abuse, containing a pleas- 
ant inve&ive against poets, pipers, players, jesters, 



Gosson Greverus 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



etc. With an introduction regarding the author 
and his works [by J. P. Collier]. London : Shake- 
speare society. 1841. xviii, 51, (i) pp. 8 

No. i in G.3927.6 ; 4596.1.1 

LODGE, T. Defence of poetry. 

Gotham. See MERIE tales of the mad men of Go- 
tham. 
Goughe, Robert 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition, vol. 3. 

Memoirs of a<5lors. 
Goulart, Simon, 1543-1628. 

Admirable and memorable histories. By I. Gou- 
lart. London, 1607. 4 G.4073.3 
A story similar to that in the Introduction of "Taming the 
shrew " is to he found on pp. 587-589. Stories having some 
of the incidents in " Measure for measure" are to be found on 
pp. 341 and 346. The work is erroneously attributed on the title- 
page and some bibliographies to I. (Jean) Goulart. The author's 
full name, Simon, is on the title-page of the original French edi- 
tion, 0.4075.8. 

Gould, Edward S., 1808 . 

Hudson's edition of Shakespeare. (North Amer- 
ican review, Jan., 1857. Boston.) No. 15 in G.62.3 
Gourlay, Oscar. 

1447. Anniversary poem for the Shakspearean 
club. Recited by John B. Hart, at their third anni- 
versary celebration, April 17. 1826. By Oscar Gour- 
lay. Boston : Dutton and Wentivorth. 1826. Pp. 
25-30. 8 No. 5 in G.72.7 

This poem is printed with G. \V. Adam's " Oration," No. 
964, and, though paged continuously with it, has an independent 
title-page. 

Gower, John, 13 20?- 1408? 

De confessione amantis. London, 1554. F 

G.4071.6 

On folios 175-185, book 8, is the story of Appolinus prince of 
Tyre, one of the sources of "Pericles." This is also given in 
Collier's " Shakespeare's library." 

Gradasso. 

WELLESLEY, H. Stray notes on the text. 

Gradasso was a dwarf, whose portrait Julio Romano has in- 
troduced into the foreground of the " Allocuzione" in the Hall 
of Constantine in the Vatican. A photograph of it is given in 
this work, on the supposition that he was referred to in the line, 
"This signior lunios gyant dwarfe don Cupid," "Love's la- 
bour's lost," act 3, sc. i. 

Graham, T. J. 

Translator of BarnstorfFs " Schliissel zu Shak- 

speare's Sonnetten," No. 750. 

Grahame, J. 

Notice respecting Macbeth's castle at Inverness. 

(Archaeologia Scotica, 1831. Edinburgh.) 

No. 4 in G.3920.30 

Grammar. ABBOTT, E. A. Shakespearian gram- 
mar. 

Granville, George, baron Lansdowne, 1667-1735. 
Jew of Venice, Nos. 462, 463. 

Gravemakers, a droll, No. 2473. 

Graves, Henry Mercer. 

1448. An essay on the genius of Shakespeare, 
with critical remarks on the characters of Romeo, 
Hamlet, Juliet, and Ophelia : together with some 
observations on the writings of Sir Walter Scott. 
To which is annexed a letter to Lord , contain- 
ing a critique on taste, judgment, and rhetorical ex- 
pression, and remarks on the leading adtors of the 
day. London : Jf. Bigg. 1826. viii, 206 pp. 8 

G.3926.16 ; 2598.4 
Gray, "William. 

Illustrator of "Ye comic Shakespeare," by C. H. 
Ross. 



Great Britain's mourning garment. 
TLE. 



See H. CHET- 



Greece. 

BUECHLER, H. Shakspeare's Dramen in ihrem 
Verhaltnisse zur Griechischen Tragodie. 

GILDON, C. Essay on the . . . stage in Greece. 

HENSE, C. C. Poetische Personification. 

SHAKSPEARE'S Greek names. (Cornhill maga- 
zine, Feb., 1876. London.) 7323.1.33 

STIGELL, . Shakspeare und die tragische Kunst 
der Griechen. 

WAGNER, W. Shakespeare in Griechenland. 
Green, Charles Frederick. 

1449. The legend of Shakspeare's crab tree, with 
a descriptive account, showing its relation to the 
poet's traditional history. By Charles Frederick 
Green. Illustrated by a series of nine lithographic 
prints, from sketches taken by him on the spot. 
Subscriber's copy. London : Metchim and Burt, 
printers. 1857. 50 pp. Map. 4 

G.3950.2 ; 4590.8 

1450. Same. Shakspeare's crab tree, with its 
legend, and a descriptive account, showing its rela- 
tion to the poet's traditional history, by Charles 
Frederick Green, illustrated by a series of nine lith- 
ographic prints, from sketches taken by him on the 
spot, and a fac-simile portrait of Shakespeare, from 
the first folio. London: T. H. Lacy. [1862.] 50 
pp. Map. 4 G.3950.3 

The first edition, with a simple change of title-page. 

Green, Henry. 

1451. Shakespeare and the emblem writers ; an 
exposition of their similarities of thought and ex- 
pression. Preceded by a view of emblem-literature 
down to A. D. 1616. By Henry Green. With nu- 
merous illustrative devices from the original au- 
thors. Portrait of Shakespeare. From the oil 
painting in the possession of Dr. Clay, of Manches- 
ter. London: Trtibner and co. 1870. xvi, 571 pp. 
4 '4593.4 

The portrait of Shakespeare was engraved for the first time 
for this work. On the frontispiece are portraits of Sebastian 
Brandt, Andrew Alciat, Paolo Giovio, Achilles Bocchius and 
John Sambucus. 

Greene, Robert, 1560?- 1592. 

Groatsworth of wit. London, 1629. 4 G.166.2 
On the verso of K 3 is a scurrilous allusion to Shakespeare 

under the name Shake-scene. The earliest known edition was 

published in 1596. 

Same. In New Shakspere society. Shakspere 
allusion-books. Series iv. 

The pleasant and delightful history of Dorastus 
and Fawnia. London, 1703. 4 G.4072.27 

This story, a source of " Winter's tale," originally published 
in 1588 under the title " Pandosto : the triumph of time," can be 
found in vol. 2 of Lennox's " Shakespear illustrated," in Col- 
lier's " Shakespeare's library," and in Halliwell's folio edition, 
No. 90. An abridged French translation is given in vol. 4 of 
Hugo's edition of Shakespeare, No. 700. A German translation, 
apparently of Mrs. Lennoi's version, which is somewhat con. 
densed, is given in vol. 2 of Echtermeyer's " Quellen." 

Die wunderbare Sage vom Pater Baco, No. 914. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Zeitgenos- 
sen. 

CARTWRIGHT, R. Footsteps of Shakspere. 

SIMPSON, R. The school of Shakspere. 
Gregg, Tresham Dames. 

1452. Queen Elizabeth; or, the origin of Shake- 
speare. A drama in five a<5ls, after the Elizabethan 
model. By Tresham D. Gregg. London : W. Mac- 
intosh andco. 1872. viii, 128 pp. 8 G.73.4 
Greverus, Johann Paul Ernst, 1789 . 

1453. Ueber Shakespeare's Romeo und Julie. 
Versuch einer Charakteristik mit welchem zu den 
Osterschulfeyerlichkeiten einladet J. P. E. Greverus. 



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Greverus Gutzkow 



Oldenburg, 1833. J. H. Stalling. 24 pp. 4 

G.3912.19 
Grey, Zachary, 1687-1766. 

1454. Critical, historical, and explanatory notes 
on Shakespeare, with emendations of the text and 
metre. By Zachary Grey. In 2 v. London : Jf. 
Manby. 1754. 8 " G.3931.18; 2596.10 ; 2596.11 

Contents. 1. The tempest; Midsummer night's dream ; Two 
gentlemen of Verona; Merry wives of Windsor; Measure for 
measure; Much ado about nothing; Merchant of Venice ; Love's 
labour's lost; As you like it; Taming of the shrew; All's well 
that ends well : Twelfth night; Comedy of errors; Winter's tale; 
King John; Richard II ; Henry IV ; Henry v. 2. Henry VI ; 
Richard in; Henry vm; King Lear; Timon of Athens; Titus 
Andronicus; Macbeth; Coriolanus ; Julius Caesar; Antony and 
Cleopatra; Cymbeline; Troilus and Cressida; Romeo and Ju- 
liet; Hamlet; Othello. 

0.3931.18 is a large paper copy, and contains an autograph 
letter of the author dated August 5, 1754. On the fly-leaf of 
2596.11 is written " C. Tathwell ex dono Authoris. N. B. The 
corrections inserted with a pen are by C. T. Those with a pen- 
cil by the Revd. Peter Whalley, grammar master of Christ's 
Hospital, London." A portrait 01 Grey is given in Harding's 
" Illustrations." 

1455. A free and familiar letter to that great 
refiner of Pope and Shakespear, the Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liam Warburton. With remarks upon the epistle of 
friend A. E., in which his unhandsome treatment of- 
this celebrated writer is expos'd in the manner it 
deserves. By a country curate. London : G. Jones. 
1750. 31 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.4023.9 

1456. Remarks upon a late edition of Shake- 
spear; with a long string of emendations borrowed 
by the celebrated editor, from the Oxford edition, 
without acknowledgment. To which is prefixed a 
defence of the late Sir Thomas Hanmer, addressed 
to the Rev. Mr. Warburton. London : C. Norris. 
[1751.] 36 pp. 8 No. 6 in G.4023.9 

1457. A word or two of advice to William War- 
burton ; a dealer in many words. By a friend. 
With an appendix, containing a taste of William's 
spirit of railing. London: J. Fuller, 1746. (2), 26 
pp. 8 No. i in G.4023.9 
Griechen, von Troja. 

Translation of "Troilus und Cressida." In BEKK, 
A. Shakespeare und Homer. 
Griffin, B. 

Fidessa; a collection of sonnets. Reprinted from 
the edition of 1596. Chis-wick, 1815. 12 G.4073.14 

The third sonnet is almost identical with the fourth in the 
" Passionate pilgrim," commencing " Fair Venus, with Adonis 
sitting by her." It is uncertain to which author it belongs. 

Griffith, Elizabeth, 1730-1793. 

1458. The morality of Shakespeare's drama 
illustrated. By Mrs. Griffith. London : T. Cadell. 
1775. xiii, (3), 528pp. Portrait. 8 

G.3933.5 ; 2597.14 

The portrait is the supposititious one given in Pope's edition, 
No. 14. 

Grimaldi Shakspere. See F. W. FAIRHOLT. 
Grimm, Herman, 1828 . 

Shakespeare's $turm j n ^er Bearbeitung von Dry- 
den und Davenant; Hamlet's Charakter. In his 
Fiinfzehn Essays. Berlin, 1875. 8 2873.8.2 

Grinfield, Charles Vaughan. 

1459. A pilgrimage to Stratford-upon-Avon, the 
birthplace of Shakspeare. Longman, Brown, and 
co., London. 1850. 52 pp. Portrait. Sm. 8 

No. 5 in G.3942.29 ; No. i in G.3942.41 
Grinfield, Thomas. 

1460. Remarks on the moral influence of Shak- 
speare's plays ; with illustrations from Hamlet. By 
Thomas Grinfield. London : Longman, Broivn, and 
co. 1850. 48 pp. Illustrated. 8 

G.3936.22; G.3936.23 

Contains also " Miscellaneous Shaksperiana." 



Grissil, Patient, a comedy, No. 1284. 
Groatsworth of wit. See R. GREENE. 
Grosart, Alexander Balloch. 

Editor of "Loves martyr" by R. CHESTER. 
Grouillard, . 

Editor of "Julius Csesar," No. 343. 
Grove, Joseph, 1764. 

Editor of " Henry vin," No. 305. 
Gruener, Franz. 

1461. Lebens-und-Denkbuch aus Shakspears 
sammtlichen Werken, zusammengestellt von Franz 
Griiner. [y. Velten, Carlsruhe.~\ 1830. (4), 148 
pp. Plate. Sq. 12 G.3915.13 
Gryphius, Andreas, 1616-1664. 

Absurda comica, oder Herr Peter Squentz, 
Schimpff-Spiel. In his Freuden und Trauerspiele 
auch Oden und Sonnette. Leipzig, 1663. 8 

G.4076.12 

An adaptation of the interlude in " Midsummer nig-ht's 
dream," possibly taken from Kirkman's " Bottom the weaver." 

Same. In TIECK, L. Deutsches Theater, vol. 2. 
Berlin, 1817. 8 2878.5.2 

Guernsey, "Wellington. 

1462. The Shakspeare polka. London, L. Lee 
and Coxheud. 5 pp. F No. 9 in G.4060.3 
Guizot, Francois Pierre Guillaume, 1787-1874. 

1463. Shakspeare et son temps. Etude litteraire 
par M. Guizot. Nouvelle Edition. Paris : Didier. 
1852. (4), v [iv], 428??. 8 G.3911.14 

Contents. Preface; Shakspeare et son temps; Notices his- 
toriques et critiques sur les principales pieces de Shakspeare : 
Romeo et Juliette; Hamlet; Le roi Lear; Macbeth; Jules C^- 
sar; Othello; Sur Othello, traduit en vers francjais par A. de 
Vigny et sur 1'etat de Part dramatique en France en 1830 par M. 
le due de Broglie (Kxtrait de la Revue francaise, Jan. 1830) ; Le 
roi Jean; Richard n; Henri iv; Henri v; Henri vi; Richard 
in ; Henri vin ; Le marchand de Venise; Les joyeuses bour- 
geoises de Windsor; La tempete. 

There is inserted an autograph note of the Due de Broglie to 
Mr. Barton, dated Nov. 22, 1835. 

1464. Same. Shakspeare and his times. By M. 
Guizot. London : R. Bentley. 1852. viii, 424 pp. 
8 G.3911.15 

1465. Same. Nevj York : Harper and brothers. 
1852. 360 pp. 12 G.77.6;357.5 

Editor and translator of Shakespeare's works, 
Nos. 789 and 791. 

CHASLES, V. E. P. William Shakespeare. 

GUIZOT on Corneille and Shakspeare. (North 
British review, Nov., 1852. Edinburgh.} 

No. 3 in G.62.2 ; No. 22 in G.3910.17 

1466. SHAKSPEARE et ses tradudteurs MM. Gui- 
zot et F. V. Hugo. Reponse a Particle de M. Hector 
Malot insere dans 1'Opinion nationale, 5 janv., 1862. 
Paris, Didier et ce. 1862. 20 pp. 8 

No. 3, 4 in G.3914.24 

Signed Un professeur. 

Gunpowder plot. See FIFTH of November, No. 

708. 
Guthrie, William, 1708-1770. 

1467. An essay upon English tragedy. With 
remarks upon the abbe de Blanc's Observations on 
the English stage. By William Guthrie. [London.] 
T. Waller. [1747?] 34 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3925.3 ; No. i in G.3823.1 
Gutzkow, Karl Ferdinand, 1811-1878. 

1468. Eine Shakspearefeier an der Ilm. Von 
Karl Gutzkow. Leipzig, F. A. Brockhaus. 1864. 
(4), 46 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3914.17 

Verses illustrating tableaux of scenes from Shakespeare, 
exhibited in the theatre at Weimar. 



Haase Halliwell 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Haase. Fr. 

HIRSCH, A. von. Maskenstudien. 
Hackett, James Henry, 1800-1871. 

Bacon and Shakespeare. (New York Evening 
post, Jan. 26, 1867.) No. 4 in G.3936.27 

This volume contains also numerous autograph letters of Mr. 
Hackett to Mr. Barton, tog-ether with newspaper cuttings relat- 
ing to the former, and letters to Mr. Hackett from G. C. Ver- 
planck, Governeur Kemble and Abraham Lincoln, all printed 
for private distribution. 

1469. Falstaff : a Shakesperean tract. [London.~\ 
Printed by T. C. Savill. 1840. n pp. 8 G.3917.25 

This and the two following essays were republished in his 
" Notes." 

Hamlet's soliloquy. (Home journal. Nov., Dec., 
1860. New York.} 8 

No. 26 in G.3937.11 ; No 3 in G.3936.27 
A criticism on remarks in Goldsmith's Essay on metaphors. 

Harvey and Shakespeare. Had Shakespeare a 
knowledge of the circulation of the blood ? (New 
York Evening post, Oct., Dec., 1861.) 

No. 4 in G.3936.27 

1470. Notes and comments upon certain plaj-s 
and actors of Shakespeare, with criticisms and cor- 
respondence. By James Henry Hackett. New 
York: Carleton. 1863. 353, (r) pp. Portrait. 
12 G.3936.28; 2596.25 

Contents. Hamlet's soliloquy on suicide; Hamlet; King 
Lear; Actors of Hamlet; Correspondence on Shakespearean 
subjects with John Quincy Adams and others ; " Misconceptions 
of Shakespeare on the stage. Personations of the characters of 
Shakespeare, The character of Desdemona," by J. Q. Adams; 
Shakesperean verbal niceties; Harvey and Shakespeare; lago; 
Falstaft; Sketch of J. H. Hackett, by Charles J. Foster; Re- 
marks. 

6.3936.28 is a corrected copy of the first impression. 

1471. Same. Third edition. New York : Carle- 
ton. 1863. 353, (i) pp. 12 G.3936.29 

ADAMS, J. Q^ Character of Hamlet. 

DALY, C. P. Letter to J. H. Hackett. 
Hackh, C. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 871. 
Haendel, G. F. See G. F. HANDEL. 
Hageii. Heiurich von, 1848 . 

1472. Ueber die Altfranzosische Vorstufe des 
Shakespeare'schen Lustspieles, "Ende gut alles 
gut." Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der 
philosophischen Doctorwiirde an der Vereinigten 
Friedrichs-Universitaet, Halle-Wittenberg. Verfasst 
von Heinrich von Hagen aus Schlesien. Halle, 
a. S. H. W. Schmidt. 1879. 39> (0 PP- 8 

No. 6 in G.72.7.2 
The last page contains the " Vita" of the author in Latin. 

Hagen, W. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 867. 
Hager, Arthur. 

1473. Die Grdsse Shakspeare's. Vortrag in 
Ludwigslust gehalten und herausgegeben zur Erin- 
nerung an den loojahrigen Geburtstag von L. Tieck 
von A. Hager Freiburg im Breisgaji. fferder'sc/ie 
Verlagahandlung. 1873. 35 pp. 8 

No. 4 in G.73.11.3 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 848. 
Hahn, R. R 

Shakespeare auf Erden. Dramatisches Gedicht 
in i Aufzuge von R. E. Hahn. (Jahreszeiten, Mai 
1864. Hamburg.} No. 2 in G.3910.8 

Hales, John "Wesley, 1836 . 

At Stratford-on-Avon. An historical association. 
(Eraser's magazine, April, 1878. London.} 

5187.1.n.s.l7 

King Lear. (Fortnightly review, Jan., 187?. 
London.} 5362.1.23 



Halevy, Lon, 1802 . 

Imitation de "Macbeth." See No. 796. 
Hall, Henry Thomas. 

1474. Shaksperean fly-leaves, Numbers 1-4. By 
H. T. Hall. Cambridge : printed by J. Webb. The 
year of the tercentenary. 101 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3935.21 

Contents. \, Stray thoughts on Hamlet. 2. On the genius 
ofShakspere. 3. The merchant of Venice. 4. As you like it. 
These four numbers were published in two parts. 

1475. Same. Shaksperean fly-leaves and jot- 
tings, a new and enlarged edition, by H. T. Hall. 
London: J.R. Smith. 1871. (8), 272 pp. 8 G.76.3 

Contents. The genius of Shakspere ; Hamlet ; The merchant 
of Venice; Timon of Athens; As you like it; Macbeth; King 
John; Richard n; Richard in; Henry vin; Shaksperean jot- 
tings. 

Shaksperean statistics, by H.T. Hall. Cambridge: 
H. Wallis. 1865. 38 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3935":21 
Hall, John, 1575-1635. 

Select observations on English bodies. London, 
1679. 8 G.3945.2 

The author of this work, the first edition of which was pub- 
lished in 1657, married Susanna, daughter of William Shake- 
speare, June 5, 1607. 

BROWNE, C. E. Shakespeare's son-in-law. 
Hall, Spencer. 

1476. A letter to John Murray, upon an aesthetic 
edition of the works of Shakspeare, by Spencer Hall. 
London: Chapman and Hall. 1841. 37 pp. 8 

No. 18 in G.3930.15 
Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard, 1821 . 

1477. An account of the only known manuscript 
of Shakespeare's plays, comprising some important 
variations and corrections in the Merry wives of 
Windsor, obtained from a playhouse copy of that 
play recently discovered. By James Orchard Halli- 
well. London : J. Jf. Smith. 1843. 24 pp. 8 

G.166.29; G.166.30 ; G.166.31 
No. 2 in G.3950.10 ; 2595.4 

0.166.29 is the only copy printed on vellum. 6.166.30 is the 
only copy printed on thick paper. The only two copies printed 
on India paper are bound together and numbered 6.166.31. 

There are several short articles by Mr. Halliwell-Phillipps in 
the " Shakespeare society's papers." In 6.3950.10 are numerous 
autograph letters, newspaper cuttings of contributions by or re-, 
lating to him or his works, circulars, advertisements, etc., chiefly 
relating to the Shakespeare Fund and the Gardens. 6.3940.3 is 
a volume wholly devoted to scraps, etc., relating to these latter 
objects. 

1478. A brief guide to the gardens of Shake- 
speare, and a prospectus of the Shakespeare fund. 
1863. [London: printed by Whittingham and Wil- 
kins.~} i6pp. 8 U No. ii in G.3940.3; 4599a.4 

1479. A brief hand-list of books, manuscripts, 
etc., illustrative of the life and writings of Shake- 
speare ; collected between the years 1842 and 1859, 
by James O. Halliwell. London : printed by J. E. 
Adlard. 1859. vii > ( II2 ) PP- 8 G.3951.27 

Only thirty copies printed. There are 355 titles. 

1480. A brief hand-list of the collections respect- 
ing the life and works of Shakespaare, and the his- 
tory and antiquities of Stratford-upon-Avon, formed 
by the late Robert Bell Wheler, the historian of 
Stratford, and presented by his sister, Miss Wheler, 
to that town, to be preserved for ever in the Shake- 
speare library and museum. London : Chistvick 
press. 1863. viii, 63 pp. 8 G.3951.35 

One hundred copies printed. 

1481. A brief hand-list of the records belonging 
to the borough of Stratford-on-Avon. Showing 
their general character; with notes of a few of the 
Shakespearian documents in the same collection. 
[London : printed by Whittingham and Wilkins.~\ 
May, 1862. 32 pp. 8 G.3951.34 

Only fifty copies printed. 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Halliwell 



1482. A brief hand-list of the selected parcels in 
the Shakespearian and dramatic collections of J. O. 
Hallivvell-Phillipps. London: privately printed bv 
J. E. Adlard. 1876. 32 pp. 8 G.74.4 ; 4594.9 

Presentation copies to the Library from the author. 

1483. A catalogue of a small portion of the en- 
gravings and drawings illustrative of the life of 
Shakespeare, preserved in the collection formed by 
J. O. Halliwell. Printed [by Whittingham and Wil- 
kins} for private reference, 1868. 91, (i) pp. 8 

G.63.1 

Presentation copy to the Library from the author. 

1484. A catalogue of the books, manuscripts, 
works of art, antiquities, and relics, illustrative of 
the life and works of Shakespeare, and of the his- 
tory of Stratford-upon-Avon ; which are preserved 
in the Shakespeare library and museum in Henley 
street. London : printed \by J. E. Adlard] f r the 
Shakespeare fund. 1868. 183 p.p. 8 4594.2 

This includes the "\Vheler collection," No. 1477. This copy 
is a gift to the Library from the compiler. 

1485. A catalogue of the Shakespeare-study 
books in the immediate library of J. O. Halliwell- 
Phillipps. London : privately printed by J. E. Ad- 
lard. 1876. 72 pp. 8 G.74.5 ; 4594.8 

Presentation copies to the Library from the compiler. 

1486. A catalogue of the Warehouse library of 
J. O. Halliwell-Phillipps. London : privately print- 
ed by J. E. Adlard. 1876. (8), 108 pp. 8 G.304.14 

Presentation copy to the Library from the author. 

1487. Curiosities of modern Shaksperian criti- 
cism. ByJ. O. Halliwell. London : J. R. Smith. 
1853. 3 1 . (0 PP- 8 No - 7 in G-3950.10 

An answer to reviews of his folio, edition of Shakespeare in 
the " Athenxum." 

1488. A descriptive calendar of the ancient 
manuscripts and records in the possession of the 
corporation of Stratford-upon-Avon ; including no- 
tices of Shakespeare and his family, and of several 
persons connected with the poet. By James O. Hal- 
liwell. London : printed by jf. E. Adlard. 1863. 
viii, 467 pp. F G.4040.1 

A supplementary volume to Halliwell's folio edition of 
Shakespeare. Only seventy-five copies were printed. 

A dictionary of archaic and provincial' words. 
London, 1846, 47. 8 G.3921.5 

1489. Early editions of Shakespeare. 1857. ( 2 )> 
14 pp. 8 No. 9 in G^3950.10 

Bibliographical notices of fourteen of the early quartos. 
Twenty-rive copies were printed. 

14SO. A few remarks on the emendation, "Who 

smothers her with painting," in the play of Cymbe- 

line. Discovered by Mr. Collier, in a corrected copy 

of the second edition of Shakespeare. ByJ. O. Hal- 

.liwell. London: J. R. Smith. 1852. 15 pp. 8 

No. 5 in G.3950.10 ; 2597.26 

1491. A first appeal to the public for the preser- 
vation of the gardens of Shakespeare. By J. O. 
Halliwell. London: O6t. 15, 1861. 4 pp. S'm. 8 

No. 9 in G.3940.3 
Reprinted from the " Times." 

1492. A garland of Shakespeariana, recently 
added to the library and museum of James O. Halli- 
well. Brixton Hill: for private circulation only 
\J. E. Adlard, printer}. 1854. 8pp. 4 

No. 5 in G.3950.6 

1493. A hand-list of upwards of a thousand vol- 
umes of Shakespeariana added to the three previous 
collections of a similar kind formed by J. O. Halli- 
well, and of which lists have been previously print- 
ed. London : printed by Whittingham and Wilkins. 
1862. viii, 264 pp. 8 G.3951.33 

Only twenty-five copies printed. 



1494. An historical account of the New Place, 
Stratford-upon-Avon, the last residence of Shake- 
speare. By James O. Halliwell. London : printed 
bv J. E.. Adlard. 1864. vii, 246 pp. Illustrated. 
F G.50.2 

1495. Illustrations of the fairy mythology of A 
midsummer night's dream. Edited by James Or- 
chard Halliwell. London : Shakespeare society. 
1845. xxii, 319, (i) pp. 8 G.3927.17 ; 4596.12 

1496. Same. Fairy tales, legends and romances 
illustrating Shakespeare and other early English 
writers. To which are prefixed two preliminary dis- 
sertations, i. On pigmies. 2. On fairies. Bv Jo- 
seph Ritson. London: F. and W. Kerslake. 187^. 
iv, 426 pp. 8 4599.27 

"The present republication forms a union of [Ritson's 
'Fairy tales' and Halliwell's 'Illustrations of the lairy my- 
thology of A midsummer-night's dream,'] with certain addi- 
tions and corrections." Preface by W. C. Hazlitt. 

1497. Illustrations of the life of Shakespeare in 
a discursive series of essays on a variety of subjects 
connected with the personal and literary history of 
the great dramatist. Part the first. London : Long- 
mans. Green, and co. 1874. Illustrations. Fac-sim- 
ile. viii, 128 pp. F G.61.4 ; 4590.7 

G.6i .4 is a presentation copy to the Library from the author. 

1498. Same. A fragment of Mr. J O. Halliwell's 
"Illustrations of the life of Shakespeare." For pres- 
ents onlv- London : printed by J. E. Adlard. 18-4. 
Pp. (4)," 86-91. F G.61.1 

A presentation copy from the author, who has written upon 
the title-page, " Fifty copies only. Number Forty-three." 

1499. An introduction to Shakespeare's Midsum- 
mer night's dream, by James Orchard Halliwell. 
London: W.Pickering. 1841. (4), 104 pp. 8 

G.3937.30; 2597.24 

The last days of Shakespeare. (St. James's maga- 
zine, June, 1861. London.) No. n in G.3950.10 

1500. Same. The last days of Shakespeare, by 
J. O. Halliwell. [Printed by Whittingham and Wil- 
kins. 1863.] 23 pp. Sq. 16 No. i in G.3941.17 

1501. The life of William Shakespeare. Includ- 
ing many particulars respecting the poet and his 
family never before published. Bv James Orchard 
Halliwell. London : J. R. Smith". 1848. xvi, 336 
pp. Woodcuts. Fac-similes. 8 

G.3941.12 ; 2597.4 

1502. A list of works illustrative of the life and 
writings of Shakespeare, the history of Stratford-on- 
Avon, and the rise and progress of the early Eng- 
lish drama, printed for very limited and private 
circulation at the expense of J. O. Halliwell. 1850- 
1866. London [printed by W r hittingham and Wil- 
kins}. 1867. 69, (i) pp. 8 G.3951.36; 2153.7 

Presentation- copies from the editor. 

The lost " Hamlet." (New monthly magazine, 
April, 1873. London.) 5377.1.3 n. s. 

1503. A lyttle boke gevinge a true and brief ac- 
counte of some reliques and curiosities added of late 
to Mr. Halliwell's Shakespeare collection. London : 
printed (bv J. E. Adlard) for private circulation 
only. 1856. vi, 18 pp. Fac-simile. 4 G.60a.l3 

Twenty-five copies printed. 

1504. The national Shakesperian fund. Nov. 4, 
1861. 4 pp. 4 No. 9 in G.3940.3 

There are numerous circulars, etc. relating to this fund in this 
volume, many of which were apparently written by Mr. Halli- 
well. 

1505. A new boke about Shakespeare and Strat- 
ford-on-Avon byj. O. Halliwell. London : for pri- 
vate circulation. 1850. 96, (3) pp. Fac-simile. 
4 G.60a.lO ; G.60a.ll ; G.60a.l2 



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G.ooa.io is one of fifty copies printed on ordinary paper and 
has 82 additional plates inserted. G.6oa.u is one on thin paper; 
G.6oa.i2 one of twenty-five copies on thick paper. 

1506. Observations on some of the manuscript 
emendations of the text of Shakespeare, and are 
they copyright? By J. O. Halliwell. London : J. 
R. Smith. 1853. 16 pp. 8 

No. 8 in G.3950.10 ; 2597.25 

1507. Observations on the Shaksperian forgeries 
at Bridgewater house; illustrative of a facsimile of 
the spurious letter of H. S. By James O. Halliwell. 
London : for private circulation only. 1853. 8 pp. 
Fac-simile. 4 G.3920.29 

Twenty-five copies only were printed. Inserted is a fac-simile 
of the same letter on dingy paper and without the printed head- 
ing. This suhge<5l is discussed in his " Curiosities of modern 
Shaksperian criticism " and in his folio edition of Shakespeare, 
No. 90. 

1508. On the charadter of Sir John Falstaff, as 
originally exhibited by Shakespeare in the two 
parts of King Henry iv. By James Orchard Halli- 
well. London : W. Pickering. 1841. 55 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3917.26; 2598.13; 2598.14; E.228.16 

.228.16 is a presentation copy to the Bowditch library from 
the author. 

Roundabout letters on Stratford-on-Avon. Nos. 
i-io. (The rose, the shamrock, and the thistle, 
Feb.-Nov., 1863. Edinburgh.} 

No. 12 in G.3950.10; No. i in G.62.1 

No. 12 in 0.3950.10 contains only Nos. i, 3-5 of these letters. 

1509. Shakespearian facsimiles ; a collection of 
curious and interesting documents, plans, signa- 
tures, etc., illustrative of the biography of Shake- 
speare and the history of his family; from the 
originals chiefly preserved at Stratford-on-Avon. 
Facsimiled by E. W. Ashbee. Selected by J. O. 
Halliwell. London : -printed by J. E. Adlard. 1863. 
8pp. 16 plates, F G.50.22 

Thirty copies were printed. 

Shakespearian literature. (Archaeologist, Jan., 
1842.) Pp. 193-202. 8 G.286.6 

1510. Same. Shakespearian literature. 10 pp. 
8 No. i in G.3950.10 

1511. Shakesperiana. A catalogue of the early 
editions of Shakespeare's plays, and of the commen- 
taries and other publications illustrative of his 
works. London: J.R. Smith. 1841. 46pp. 8 

G.3951.25; G.3951.26; G.3951.32; 2595.4 




1512. A skeleton hand-list of the early quarto 
editions of the plays of Shakespeare ; with notices 
of the old impressions of the Poems. By James O. 
Halliwell. London: printed for private circula- 
tion. 1860. 197 pp. 8 G.3951.30 

Only thirty copies were printed, on blue letter paper. Every 
.other page is blank, and a single title only is printed on a page. 

1513. Same. A brief hand-list of the early quarto 
editions of the plays of Shakespeare ; with notices 
of the old impressions of the Poems. By James O. 
HalliwelF. London: printed for private circula- 
tion. 1860. (6), 23 pp. 8 G.3951.31 

Twenty-five copies were printed. 

1514. Some account of the antiquities, coins, 
manuscripts, rare books, ancient documents, and 
other reliques, illustrative of the life and works of 
Shakespeare, in the possession of James Orchard 
Halliwell. Brixton Hill: printed [by T. Richards} 
for private circulation only. 1852. viii, 135 pp. 
Fac-simile. Illustrated. 4 G.60.13 

Eighty copies were printed. 



1515. Stratford-upon-Avon in the times of the 
Shakespeares, illustrated by extracts from the coun- 
cil books of the corporation, selected especially with 
reference to the history of the poet's father. By J. 
O. Halliwell. Illustrated with facsimiles of the en- 
tries respecting John Shakespeare, executed by E. 
W. Ashbee, engraved on wood by J. H. Rimbault. 
London : printed by J. E. Adlard. 1864. vii. 127 
PP- F G.50.4 

Thirty copies were printed. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 80, 90 and 93, 
" Henry iv," No. 292, " Henry vi," Nos. 3ooa and 
30ob, " Merry wives of Windsor," No. 468b. He is 
also the editor of the Ashbee facsimile reprints of the 
early quartos, Nos. 270, 482, 516, 550, 558, 574, 575, 
614 and 675, and of the following works : 

BOASTER, a droll. See No. 2813. 

BOTTOM the weaver, a droll. See No. 489. 

BOUNCING knight, a droll. See No. 282. 

CONCEITS, clinches, flashes and whimzies. 

GRAVEMAKERS, a droll. See No. 2473. 

LUDUS Coventria;. See COVENTRY. 

MARRIAGE of wit and wisdom. 

NARES, R. A glossary. 

REDFORD, J. Wit and science. 

1516. SHAKSPERIAN drolls, from a rare book, 
printed about A. D. 1698, entitled The theatre of in- 
genuity. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. London: 
printed [by C. Whittingham} for the editor. 181,9. 
28, (i) pp. Sm. 8 G.40734 

Contains extraAs from "Taming of the shrew," No 6ica 
and "The boaster," No. 2813. 

SIMROCK, K. J. Remarks on the plots of Shake- 
speare's plays. 

TARLTON, R. Jests, and News out of Purgatory. 
WHELER, R. B. Historical account of the birth- 
place of Shakespeare. 

WILL. Shakespeare's will. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, Nos. io43-io47g. 

These Nos. consist of catalogues of books offered for sale at 
various times by Mr. Halliwell-Phillipps. 

HALLIWELL'S Life of Shakspere. (Gentleman's 
magazine, May, 1848. London.} No. 4 in G.3950.10 

AN INTRODUCTION to Midsummer night's dream. 
(From the "Times," June 12, 1841. London.} viii 
PP- 8 No. 2 in G.3917.26 

WINSOR, J. Halliwelliana. 
Halpin, Nicholas John, 1790-1850. 

The bridal run-away : an essay on Juliet's solilo- 
quy. (Shakespeare society. Papers, vol. 2.) 

In 0.3927.37.2 there is inserted an autograph letter of N. 1. 
Halpin, dated O<5t. 2, 1847. 

1517. The dramatic unities of Shakespeare : in 
a letter addressed to the editor of Blackwood's Edin- 
burgh magazine. Dublin : Hodges and Smith. 
1849. 57 PP- 8 G.3926.23 

Same. Dramatic unities, with the time-analysis 
of the Merchant of Venice, edited by C. M. Ingleby. 
(New Shakspere society. Transactions. 1875-6. 
Series i.) 

The introductory part, pp. 2-14, and also the closing para- 
graphs, are omitted in this reprint. 

1518. Oberon's vision in the Midsummer night's 
dream, illustrated by a comparison with Lylie's En- 
dymion. London : Shakespeare society. 1843. v '" 
108 pp. 8 G.3927.18 ; 4596.7 ; 342.15 



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Hamblet Hamlet 



Hamblet. 

The hystorie of Hamblet. London : T. Pavier. 
1608. Reprint. 4 

Reprints of this work are to be found in Collier's " Shake- 
speare's library, Nos. 1240-1242," Halliwell's folio edition, No. 
90, and the "New variorum edition " by Furness, No. 123. It is 
a translation from Belleforest's " Histoires tragiques." 

Hamilton, Nicholas Esterhazy Stephen Armi- 

tage. 

1519. An inquiry into the genuineness of the 
manuscript corrections in Mr. J. Payne Collier's an- 
notated Shakspere, folio, 1632; and of certain Shak- 
sperian documents likewise published by Mr. Col- 
lier. By N. E. S. A. Hamilton. London : R. Bent- 
ley. 1860. (4), 155 pp. Fac-similes. 4 

G.3920.24; 2593.4; 2593.5 

COLLIER, J. P. Reply to Hamilton, No. 1239. 

COLLIER CONTROVERSY. Review of "An inqui- 
ry," No. 1244. 

RIVINGTON, C. Strictures on Hamilton's In- 
quiry. 

Hamlet. 

Bibliographies of the editions of Hamlet and of the commen- 
taries can be found in vol. 4 of the " New variorum edition," 
by Furness, No. 123, in the reprint of the editions 1603, 1604, 
No. 221 and in Friesen's " Briefe Uber Hamlet," No. 1396. 

ADAMS, J. Q The character of Hamlet. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BAILEY, S. On the received text. 

BARTH, C. L. Zur hundertjahrigen Auffiihrung 
des Hamlet. 

BAUMGART, H. Die Hamlet-Tragodie. 

BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. i. 

BESTRAFTE Brudermord. See No. 87oa. 

BICKNELL, J. L. Analysis of the play. 

BIGELOW, H. R. Hamlet's insanity. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BLAZE DE BURY, H. Hamlet et ses commenta- 
teurs. (Revue des deux mondes, 15 mars, 1868. 
fat-is.) 3395.50.74 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Frauen- 
charaktere. 

BROOKS, S. Shake-scene's new tragedy. (Gen- 
tleman's magazine, Feb., 1869. London.) 

No. 10 in G.62.4 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Psychology of Shakespeare. 

BUECHNER, A. Hamlet le Danois. 

BULLOCH, J. Studies on the text. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

CARTWRIGHT, R. Footsteps of Shakspere. 

CAUSTON, H. K. S. Essay on Singer's "worm- 
wood." 

DIE CHARAKTERZUGE Hamlet's, nachgezeichnet 
von einem Nichtphilosophen. (Shakespeare Jahr- 
buch, 1867.) 

CHASLES, V. E. P. Le theatre anglais a Paris. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H. Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-charadlers. 

CLARKE, M. C. Girlhood of Shakespeare's hero- 
ines. 

CLODIUS, C. A. H. Ueber Shakspeare's Philoso- 
phic. 

COLERIDGE, H. Essays and marginalia, vol. i. 

COLERIDGE, S. T. Notes and lectures. 

CONOLLY, J. Study of Hamlet. 

CORNER, M. On Shakspeare's Hamlet. 

16 i, 1 1, '79 i 



CORSON, H. Jottings on the text of Hamlet. 
DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. 3. 
DELIUS, N. Chettle's Hoffman und Hamlet. 

Shakspere-Lexikon. 

DEVERELL, R. Hieroglyphics and other antiqui- 
ties, vol. 2. 

DOERING, A. Hamlet . . . erlautert. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. i. 

DURANI>, J. Contribution to Shakespearian 
study. 

DYCE. A. A few notes on Shakespeare. 

Remarks on Collier and Knight. 
ECKARDT, L. Vorlesungen liber Hamlet. 
ELZE, F. K. Hamlet in Frankreich. 
EXTRACTS and collections. Hamlet. (Reprinted 

from the "Journal des debats," 1831.) 

FAIRBANKS, C. B. Letter from Aguecheek. 
FARREN, G. Illustrations of the progress of 

mania. 

On Hamlet's soliloquy. 
FECHTER, C. Fechter in Hamlet. 
FELDBORG, A. A. Denmark delineated. 
FLATHE, J. L. F. Shakspeare in seiner Wirklich- 

keit. 

FLEAY, F. G. On the extract from an old play. 

FLIR, A. Briefe liber Hamlet. 

FRANCKE, C. L. W. Probe aus einem Com- 
mentar zu Hamlet. 

FRATRICIDE punished, or prince Hamlet of Den- 
mark. See No. 1219. 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 

FRIESEN, H., Freiherr von. Briefe iiber Hamlet. 

Glosse zu einer Stelle aus Hamlet. 

Shakspere-studien, vol. 3. 

FURNESS, H. H. New variorum edition, vol. 4, 
No. 123. 

GENEE, R. Geschichte der Shakespeare'schen 
Dramen. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. i. 

GERTH, A. Der Hamlet von Shakspeare. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GILFILLAN, G. The great poem-mysteries. 

GOETHE, J. W. v. Wilhelm Meister's Lehrjahre. 

GOMONT, H. Encore sur Hamlet. 

GRAVES, H. M. Essay on the genius of Shake- 
speare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. 2. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

GRIMM, H. Hamlet's Charakter. 

GRINFIELD, T. Remarks on the moral influence 
of Shakspeare. 

GUIZOT, M. Shakspeare et son temps. 

HACKETT, J. H. Notes and comments. 

HALL, H. T. Shaksperean fly-leaves and jot- 
tings. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. The lost " Ham- 
let." 

Refers to the play alluded to by Nash in 1589. 

HAMBLET. Hystorie of Hamblet. 
HAMLET. (Blackwood's magazine, April, 1879. 
Edinburgh.*) 3470.1.125 



Hamlet 



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HAMLET. (Dramaturgische Blatter. Dresden, 
1865.) No. 5 in G.3910.8 

HAMLET. (Dublin university magazine, ]u\v, 
1876.) 7264.1.88 

HAMLET. (London university magazine, July- 
Nov., 1858.) No. 6 in G.62.4 

HAMLET. (Southern review, April, July, 1870. 
Baltimore.} 5392.52.7,8 

HAMLET. (Westminster review, Jan., 1861;. Lon- 
don.} 3166.1.27 

HAMLET. An attempt to ascertain whether the 
queen were an accessory. See C. SOAMES. 

HAMLET a fat man. (Continental monthly, May, 
1862. New York.) No. 9 in G.62.4 

HAMLET at home and abroad. (Temple bar, 
March, 1875. London.) 7325.1.43 

1520. HAMLET ; or, Shakespeare's philosophy of 
history. A study of the spiritual soul and unity of 
Hamlet. By Mercade. Williams and Norgate, 
London. 1875. xxix, (2), 208 pp. 8 G.73.6 

The author attempts to show that Shakespeare, in this play, 
has fathomed the great dynamical principle of modern history 
in Europe. He idealizes the various characters, as, for instance, 
" Hamlet's father Unadulterated Christianity prior to the sec- 
ond century, ideal truth and justice. Ghost Revival of Chris- 
tianity doubt." Appended is "A few words on Othello." 

HAUFF, G. Ueber Shakspeare's Hamlet. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HEELER, C. Aufsa'tze iiber Shakespeare. 

HINTS respecting the character of Hamlet. (Lit- 
erary and statistical magazine, Feb., 1819. Edin- 
burgh.} G.3954.21.3 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, vol. 2. 

HUDSON, H. N. Lectures on Shakespeare, vol. 2. 

Shakespeare : life, art and characters. 
HUNTER, J. New illustrations, vol. 2. 
IRVING, H. Shakespearian notes. 

Under Irving will be found references to several articles upon 
his views upon Hamlet. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JACOX, F. Shakspeare diversions. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KEIGHTLEY, T. The Shakespeare-expositor. 

KELLOGG, A. O. Shakspeare's psychological de- 
lineations. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KOENIG, W. Die Grundziige der Hamlet-Trago- 
die. 

Shakespeare als Dichter, Weltweiser und 
Christ. 

KOESTLIN, . Shakespeare und Hamlet. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare. 

LAMARTINE, A. de. Shakspeare et son oeuvre. 

LATHAM, R. G. Two dissertations on Hamlet. 

LEMOINNE, J. Etudes critiques et biographiques. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LETTERS on Shakspeare, by T. C. No. i. On 
Hamlet. (Blackwood's magazine, Feb., 1818. Edin- 
burgh.) No. 6 in G.3937.11 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MAC DONALD, G. The elder Hamlet. 

MACDONELL, P. An essay on the tragedy of 
Hamlet. 

MAGINN, W. Shakspeare papers. 

MAROJ/ARD, F. Ueber den Begriff des Hamlet. 



MARSHALL, F. A. A study of Hamlet. 

MARTIN, H. Remarks on Kemble's performance 
of Hamlet. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

MEADOWS, A. Hamlet : an essay. 

ME"ZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses oeuvres. 

MICHAELIS, C. Hamlet in Spanien. 

MONTEGUT, E. Types modernes en litterature. 

1521. MISCELLANEOUS observations on the trag- 
edy of Hamlet, prince of Denmark. With a preface, 
containing some general remarks on the writings of 
Shakespeare. London : W. Clarke. 1752. xii, 9- 
51 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3937.11 

NEUMANN, H. Ueber Lear und Ophelia. 

NEW exegesis of Shakespeare. 

NOIRE", L. Hamlet. 

OEHLMANN, W. Die Gemiithsseite des Hamlet- 
Charakters. 

ON the character of Hamlet. (Blackwood's maga- 
zine, Nov., 1828. Edinburgh.) No. 17 in G.3937.11 

ON the character of Hamlet, by J. H. R. (In- 
quirer, 1814.) No. 8 in G.62.4 

ON the character of the ghost in " Hamlet." By 
Professor Grabstein, Phil. D. of Gottingen. (Fra- 
ser's magazine, Sept., 1845. London.) 

No. 6 in G.3940.8 

ON the feigned madness of Hamlet. (Blackwood's 
magazine, Oct., 1839. Edinburgh.) 

No. 19 in G.3937.11 

PETRI, M. Zur Einfiihrung Shakespeare's in die 
christliche Familie. 

PILON, F. Essay on the character of Hamlet. 

PLUMPTRE, J. Observations on Hamlet. 

Appendix to Observations. 

PRIES, J. F. Ueber Shakespeare's Hamlet. 
PROELSS, R. Shakespeare's Hamlet. 
PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 
RAMSAY, A. On the character of Hamlet. 
RAY, I. Shakespeare's delineations of insanity. 
REED, H. Lectures on English history. 
REIFF, . Hamlet's Charakter, von F. W. Zieg- 
ler. 

RETZSCH, F. A. M. Outlines to Shakspere. 
REYNOLDS, J. Dolarnys primerose, 1606. 

On the verso of 04 is an imitation of Hamlet's reflections 
upon the skull of Yorick. 

RICHARDSON, W. Philosophical analysis. 
RITSON, J. Remarks, critical and illustrative. 
ROBERTSON, T. Essay on the character of Ham- 
let. 

ROHRBACK, C. Shakespeare's Hamlet erlautert. 
ROONEY, M. W. Hamlet first edition. 
ROSCOE, E. Hamlet: his character and critics. 
ROSE, E. A northern Hamlet. 
On Oehlenschlager's " Amleth." 

The division into acts of Hamlet. 
ROSSMANN, W. Eine Charakteristik Hamlet's. 
RUGGLES, H. I. Method of Shakespeare as an 

artist. 

SAXO Grammaticus. Danica historia. 
SCHINK, J. F. Ueber Brockmann's Hamlet. 
SCHIPPER, L. Shakspeare's Hamlet. 
SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 
SCHMIDT, R. Hamlet. Ein Commentar. 



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Hamlet Hardinge 



SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 

SIEVERS, E. B. William Shakspeare. 

SILBERSCHLAG, K. Shakespeare's Hamlet. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakespeare, vol. 2. 

SOAMES, C. Hamlet. 

1522. SOME remarks on the tragedy of Hamlet 
Prince of Denmark, written by Mr. William Shake- 
speare. London: W. Wilkins. 1736. viii, 63 pp. 
8 G.3937.12 

This work, which is said to be the earliest specimen of Shake- 
spearian criticism, is ascribed by Sir Henry Bunbury to Sir 
Thomas Hanmer. See Hanmer's " Correspondence," p. So. 

1523. Same. Reprinted for J. R. Smith, 1863. 
vi, 52 pp. Sm. 8 No. 2 in G.3937.11 ; 4599.13 

No. 2 in 6.3937.11 is incomplete, having the title-page as 
quoted above, the preface and ten pages ofthe work. 4599.13 
has a different title-page, which is an imitation of the one in the 
original edition. 

SOMETHING that Shakespeare lost; Touching the 
Lord Hamlet ; Re-touching the Lord Hamlet. 
(Household words, Jan. 17, Oct. 17, Dec. 5, 1857. 
London,} Nos. 3, 5 in G.3937.16 

STEDEFELD, G. F. Hamlet, ein Tendenzdrama. 

STORFFRICH, D. 15. Psychologische Aufschliisse 
iiber Hamlet. 

STRACHEY, Sir E. Shakspeare's Hamlet. 

STRUVE, H. von. Hamlet. Eine Charakter- 
studie. 

1524. STUDIES of Shakespere. Lincoln, printed 
by A. Stark. 1809. 54 pp. 18 No. 2 in G.3935.22 

Contents. Of the ghost and Hamlet. 

On the cover is No. I and an announcement of the intended 
publication of No. 2. Apparently no more was published. 

THEOBALD, L. Shakespeare restored. 

1525. A THROW for a throne, or the prince un- 
masked. By the late serjeant Zinn, with an intro- 
duction and references by Chancery Lane. London : 

Wilson and son. [187-.] (2), 143 pp. 8 4596.27 
TIECK, L. Bemerkungen iiber einige Charak- 
tere. 

TIMMINS, S. Bibliographical preface to Hamlet. 
See No. 221. 

TURGENEF, I. S. Hamlet et Don Quichotte. 
TYLER, T. The philosophy of " Hamlet." 
ULRICI, H. Shakspeare's dramatische Kunst. 
VERY, J. Essays and poems. 

VISCHER, F. T. Die realistische Shakespeare 
Kritik. 

Shakspeare's Hamlet. 

WADE, T. "What does ' Hamlet' mean ?" 
WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text. 
WEISS, J. Wit, humor, and Shakspeare. 
WERDER, K. F. Vorlesungen iiber Hamlet. 
WERNER, H. A. Ueber das Dunkel in der Ham- 
let-Tragddie. 

WHITE, R. G. The case of Hamlet the younger. 

Shakespeare's scholar. 
WILSON, H. S. Goethe on Hamlet. 
ZERGLIEDERUNG der Ouverture zur Tragodie : 

Hamlet. 8 No. 2 in G.78.18 

A fragment of a monthly musical journal, apparently pub- 
lished in Mannheim during the last century. 

ZIEGLER, F. W. Hamlets Charakter. 
ZINZOW, A. Die Hamletsage. 

G-3937.ii contains numerous newspaper cuttings relating to 
Hamlet. 



Hamley, Ed-ward Bruce. 

Shakespeare's funeral. (Blackwood's magazine, 
April, 1873. Edinburgh.} No. 5 in G.62.1 ; 3170.1.113 

Same. Bv E. B. Hamley. In Tales from Black- 
wood. Edinburgh, 1878. "Sm. 8 87.2 
Hamnet edition. See No. 425. 
Handbook. 

1526. A hand-book of reference and quotation. 
Mottoes and aphorisms from Shakspeare : arranged 
alphabetically, with a copious index of words and 
ideas. London: J. Hogg and son. [1869.] (6), 
245 pp. Sm. 8 6599.12 

The preface is signed T. E. J. 

ROFFE, A. Handbook of Shakespeare music. 
Handel, Georg Friedrich, 1684-1759. 

GERVINUS, G. G- Handel und Shakespeare. 
Hanfstaengl, Franz. 

Photographer of the SHAKESPEARE-GALLERIE. 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, 1676-1746. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 20, 26 and 
G.8o.5 (the first edition). 

His Preface is also to be found in the editions, Nos. 23, 27, 31, 
41, 42 and 55, and in the "Prolegomena" to Bell's edition, 
0.3945.6.1. 

ANSWER to certain passages. See No. 978. 
COLLINS, W. Epistle : addrest to Sir T. Hanmer. 
GREY, Z. Remarks upon a late edition. 
NICHOLS, P. The castrated letter. 
SOME remarks on Hamlet. See Nos. 1522, 1523. 

Hanmer's portrait is in Harding's ' Shakspeare illustrated," 
Bell's "Prolegomena," and in 0.4020.8.1. 

Harding, Sylvester, 1745-1809. 

1527. Shakspeare illustrated, by an assemblage 
of portraits and views, adapted to the whole series 
of that author's historical dramas ; to which are 
added portraits of actors, editors, etc. London : S. 
and E. Harding. 1793. 4 G.50.11 

S. Harding was the engraver of many of these 137 plates. 
This copy and the following contain the somewhat rare pidture 
of Jane Shore. 

1528. Same. Shakespeare illustrated by an as- 
semblage of portraits and views ; with biographical 
anecdotes of the different persons, and descriptions 
of places mentioned : adapted to the whole series of 
that author's dramas. To which are added portraits 
of actors, editors, etc. Arranged, with directions for 
their insertion in any edition. London : G. Sidney. 
2 v. 8 2596.15 

This edition contains 158 plates. 

1529. Same. The whole historical dramas of 
William Shakspeare illustrated, by an assemblage of 
portraits of the royal, noble, and other persons men- 
tioned ; together with those of editors, commenta- 
tors, and actors, and views of castles, towns, etc. of 
the respective places referred to ; with short bio- 
graphical and topographical accounts. In two vol- 
umes. London : E. Jeffery. 1811. 4 G.60a.8 
Hardinge, George, 1744-1816. 

1530. Chalmeriana : or a collection of papers 
literary and political, entitled, letters, verses, etc. 
occasioned by reading a late heavy Supplemental 
apology for the believers in the Shakespeare papers 
by George Chalmers. Arranged and published by 
Owen Junior, of Paper Buildings, Inner Temple ; 
assisted by his friend and clerk, Jasper Hargrave. 
Reprinted from the Morning chronicle, in which 
they first appeared. Collection the first. London : 
T. Becket. 1800. viii, 94 pp. 8 G.3947.26 

This contains the poem " Capell's ghost." 

CapelFs ghost, to Edmund Malone, Esq., editor 
of Shakspeare. A parody. First printed in 1799. 
In School for satire. London, 1802. 8 G.3947.28 



123 



Hardinge Hawkins 



SH AKESPE AR F ANA 



Essay on Shakespeare's character of the fool in 
King Lear; On the Winter's tale; On Shakespeare's 
Accentuation. In his Miscellaneous works, vol. 3. 
London, 1818. 3 v. 8 G.3922.10.3 

In the latter of these essays, which are in the form of letters 
addressed to F. Douce, he expresses his regret for his attacks 
on Malone. 

The essence of Malone. London, 1800. 8 

No. i in G.3936.37 

1531. Another essence of Malone, or, the "Beau- 
ties " of Shakspeare's editor. [First and] Second 
part. London : T. Becket. 1801. 8 

G.3936.38 ; No. 2 in G.3936.37 
No. 2 in 0.3936.37 is a copy of the second part only. 

COLLINS, W. Letter to Geo. Hardinge, No. 1246. 
Hardy, Sir Thomas Duff us, 1804-1878. 

1532. A review of the present state of the Shake- 
spearian controversy. By Thomas Duffus Hardy. 
London : Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts. 
1860. (2), 75 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.3920.14 ; 2593.7 
Hargrave, Jasper, pseudonym of G. HARDINGE. 
Harlequin's invasion. See D. GARRICK. 
Harper, S. B. A. 

Was Shakespeare a Catholic? (American Catho- 
lic quarterly review, Jan., 1879. Philadelphia.) 

7510a.l.4 
Harrison, Anthony. 

1533. The infant vision of Shakspeare ; with an 
apostrophe to the immortal bard, and other poems. 
By Mr. Harrison. London : Harrison and co. 1794. 
24 pp. 4 G.60a.26 
Harrison, Gabriel. 

1534. The Stratford bust of William Shakspeare, 
and a critical inquiry into its authenticity and ar- 
tistic merits. Illustrated with two photographic 
views, front and profile, by Gabriel Harrison. 
Brooklyn, IV. Y. [Press of J. M. Bradstreet and 
50.] 1865. 13 pp. 4 No. 5 in G.60a.22 

Seventy-five copies quarto were printed. 

Harrison, William, 1534-1594. 

Description of England. In HOLINSHED, R. 
Chronicles, vol. i. [London, 1587.] F 

Same. The second and third book. (New Shak- 
spere society. Shakspere's England. Series vi.) 
Harroway, J. 

Composer of the music of "Macbeth," No. 1167, 
and of that of the " Comic dramatic Shakesperean 
scenas," by H. VAMP. 
Harsiiet, Samuel, archbishop of York, 1561-1631. 

A declaration of egregious Popish impostures. 
London, 1603. 4 G.4072.21 

From this work Shakespeare borrowed the names of the evil 
spirits mentioned in King Lear, adt 3, sc. 4, 6. It has been in- 
ferred from this that Shakespeare was a Protestant. 

Hart, Ernest Abraham. 

On the tragedy of King Lear; quoting and illus- 
trating such passages as allude to the usages of the 
times in which Shakespeare lived. In Three essays 
on King Lear. By pupils of the City of London 
school. London, 1851. 8 G.3937.24 

Hart, John Seely, 1810-1877. 

The Shakespeare death mask. (Scribner, July, 
1874. New York.) No. 21 in G.3940.28; 7392.2".8 

This article is illustrated by several portraits. 

Hart, Joseph C., 1855. 

The romance of yachting. New York, 1848. 12 

G.3925.15 

On pp. 208-242 is a discussion of the authenticity of Shake- 
speare's, works. 

Hartiiig, James Edmund. 

1535. The ornithology of Shakespeare. Criti- 
cally examined, explained, and illustrated. By 



James Edmund Harting. London : J. Van Voorst. 
1871. xxii, (i), 321 pp. Portrait. 8 2495.50 

The portrait, from the Chandos, represents Shakespeare with 
a hawk. The work is founded on articles contributed to "The 
zoologist " in 1866. 

Hartmann, Carl Robert Eduard von, 1842 . 

1536. Shakespeare's Romeo und Julia. Von Ed- 
uard von Hartinann. Leipzig; J. F. Hartknoch. 
1874. 38 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.73.11.1 

First published in the " Deutsche Dichterhalle." 

Hartmann, Moritz, 1821 . 

Zum Shakespeare Jubilaum. (Freya, 6tes Heft, 
1864. Stuttgart,) Portrait. No. 4 in G.3910.8 
Harvey, Gabriel, i545?-i63o? 

Four letters, and certain sonnets, especially touch- 
ing Robert Greene. London, 1814. 4 G.3840.16 

Same. Third letter. (New Shakspere society. 
Shakspere Allusion-books. Series iv.) 
Harvey, W. 

Biographical memoir of Shakspeare, No. 61. 
Hassbach, "W. 

lago in Shakspere's Othello und die Erklarer. 
(Archiv fur das Studium der neueren Sprachen und 
Literaturen, 55 Band. Braunschweig, 1876.) 

3358.1.55 
Hathaway, Anne, -wife of William Shakespeare, 

1556-1623. 

Accounts of Anne Hathaway and her family can be found in 
the Biographies of Shakespeare. 

GOODBAN, H. W. Beauties of Shakespere. 
SEVERN, E. Anne Hathaway. [Novel.] 
WILSON, D. Anne Hathaway : a dialogue. 
"WOULD you be taught, ye feathered throng." 
[jf. Merridevj : Lea*mington^\ Broadside. 

No. 7 in G.60a.21 

Verses on Anne Hathaway, with a picture of the cottage at 
Shottery. The poem may also be found in 2236.10. 

Hatton, John Liphot, 1829 . 

1537. To Mrs. Charles Kean. Overture and 
music incidental to Shakspere's play of King Henry 
the eighth, as performed at the Royal Princesses 
Theatre, composed by John L. Hatton. London. 
Campbell, Ransford and co. [185 5-] "53 PP- F 

No. 6 'in G.4060.1 
Hatton, Joseph, 1839 

1538. With a show in the north. Reminiscences 
of Mark Lemon. By Joseph Hatton. [Reprinted 
from the "Gentleman's magazine."] Together with 
Mark Lemon's revised text of Falstaff. London: W. 
H. Allen and co. 1871. (4), 284 pp. Portrait. 8 

6549.6 
Hauff, Gustav. 

Ueber Shakspeare's Hamlet. (Deutsches Muse- 
um, 2, 9 Feb., 1865. Leipzig.) No. n in G.3910.15 
Haughton, William. 

Patient Grissil, No. 1284. 
Haunts of Shakespeare. See W. PEARCE. 
Haweis, Hugh Reginald, 1838 . 

Shakspere and the stage. In his Arrows in the 
air. London, 1878. 8 2556.50 

Hawkins, Thomas. 

The origin of the British drama. Oxford, 1773. 
3 v. 8 G.3923.13 

This work contains several plays which are regarded as 
Shakespearian sources. The contents and cross-references will 
be given in the Second part of the Catalogue. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 26. 
Hawkins, William, 1722-1801. 
Editor of " Cymbeline," No. 218. 



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Hawthorne Heath 



Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. 

Recollections of a gifted woman. (Atlantic 
monthly, Jan., 1862. Boston.) No. 23 in G.3940.4 

A notice of Delia Bacon. 

Same. In Our old home. Boston, 1866. 8 2393.34 

SMITH, W. H. Was Lord Bacon author of Shake- 
speare's plays ? 
Hayward, Thomas. 

1539. The British muse, or, a collection of 
thoughts moral, natural, and sublime, of our Eng- 
lish poets : who flourished in the sixteenth and sev- 
enteenth centuries. With several curious topicks, 
and beautiful passages, never before extracted, from 
Shakespear, Johnson, Beaumont, Fletcher, and 
above a hundred more. The whole digested alpha- 
betically under their respective heads, according to 
the order of time in which they wrote ; to shew the 
gradual improvements of our poetry and language. 
In three volumes. By Thomas Hayward. With an 
historical and critical review of this, and all the col- 
lections of this kind hitherto published. London. 
F. Cogan. 1738. 12 G.3955.13 

"The preface was written by Oldys (who assumed the name 
of Thos. Hayward), with the supervision and corrections of Dr. 
Campbell." Lawndes. 

Hazlitt, "William, 1778-1830. 

1540. Characters of Shakespear's plays. By Wil- 
liam Hazlitt. London : If. Hunter. 1817. xxiii, 
352 pp. 8 G.3922.11; G.3922.13 

No. 9 in 0.3922.12 is a manuscript copy of the first part of the 
preface apparently in Hazlitt's handwriting. 

1541. Same. Boston : Wells and Lilly. 1818. 
323 pp. 12 G.77.5 

1542. Same. Second edition. London : Taylor 
and Hessey. 1818. xxiii, 352 pp. 8 G.3922.17 

1543. Same. Third edition. Edited by his son. 
London : J. Templeman. 1838. xxviii, 325 pp. 
Sm. 8 G.3922.20 

1544. Same. Neva York : Wiley and Putnam. 
1845. xxii, 229 pp. 8 356.23 

1545. Same. Philadelphia : Carey and Hart. 
1848. xxii, 229 pp. 8 867.2.3 

Printed from the same plates as the previous edition. 

1546. Same. A new edition, edited by William 
Carew Hazlitt. London: Bell and Daldy. 1873. 
xx, 247 pp. 8 2579a.83 

" For the present republication all the extracts have been col- 
lated with the late Mr. Dyce's revised and final text of 1868. In 
all the former editions these quotations were corrupt beyond 
measnTe. A few notes have also been added. \V. C. H." 

Des drames historiques de Shakspeare. (Revue 
Britannique, mai 1829. Paris.) No. 8 in G.3922.12 

This appears to be a free translation and condensation of 
parts of the " Characters." 

Lectures on the English comic writers. London, 
1819. 8 G.3922.15 

Lecture 2 is on Shakspeare and Ben Jonson. 

Lectures on the English poets. London, 1819. 
8 G.3922.16 

Lecture 3 is on Shakspeare and Milton. 

A view of the English stage. London, 1818. 8 

G.3922.14 

Contains short theatrical criticisms contributed to various 
newspapers, on E. Kean's Shylock, Richard III, Hamlet, Othello, 
lago, Macbeth, Romeo, Richard II, and other Shakespearian 
adtors and plays, together with numerous other articles. No. 22 
in 0.3930.13.1 is a manuscript apparently in Hazlitt's own hand- 
writing of one of the articles on Richard III. 

Same. Criticisms and dramatic essays. London, 
1854. 8 6578.15 

HAZLITT'S Characters of Shakspeare's plays. 
(Quarterly review, Jan., 1818. London) 

No. 2 in G.3922.12 



HAZLITT on Shakespeare. (Edinburgh review, 
Aug., 1817.) No. i in G.3922.12 

HAZLITT on Shakspeare, the poets, etc. (Monthly 
review, May, 1820. London.) No. 6 in G.3922.12 
Hazlitt, William.yV., 1811 . 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 85 and 86. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 
Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834 . 

Hand-book to the popular, poetical, and dramatic 
literature of GreatBritain. London, 1867. 8 2153.17 

Contains a short bibliography of early editions of Shake- 
speare. 

1547. Shakespeare jest-books ; reprints of the 
early and very rare jest-books supposed to have 
been used by Shakespeare. Edited, with introduc- 
tion and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt. London : 
Willis and Sotheran. 1864. 3 v. 8 

G.4072.8 ; 4599.8 ; 4598.11 

Contents. 1. A hundred mery talys, from the only known 
copy ; Mery tales and quicke answeres, from the rare edition of 
1567. 2. Merie tales of Skelton ; Jests of Scogin ; Sackfull of 
newes ; Tarlton's jests ; Merrie conceited jests of George Peele ; 
Jacke of Dover. 3. Merie tales of the mad men of Gotham; XII 
mery jests of the wydow Edyth ; Pasquils jests with Mother 
Bunches merriments ; The pleasant conceits of old Hobson ; 
Certayne conceyts and jeasts; Taylors wit and mirth; Conceits, 
clinches, flashes and whimsies. 

COLLIER, J. P. Shakespeare's library, No. 1242. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Illustrations of 
fairy mythology. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakspear's plays. 
Heard, Franklin Fiske. 

Shakespeare's legal acquirements. (Monthly law 
reporter, Jan., 1864. Boston.) 12 pp. 

No. 24 in G.3940.5 

There are inserted two autograph letters of the author to Mr. 
Barton. This is a proof copy of the article. 

1548. The legal acquirements of William Shake- 
speare by Franklin Fiske Heard. Boston. J. K. 
Wiggin. 1865. 65 pp. 4 G.3950.1 

The article in the "Law reporter" rewritten and enlarged. 
64 copies were printed. This is one of four on large paper. 

Heath, Benjamin, 1766. 

1549. A revisal of Shakespear's text, wherein 
the alterations introduced into it by the more mod- 
ern editors and critics, are particularly considered. 
London : W. Johnston. 1765. xiv, (4), 573 pp. 
8 G.3931.3; 2597.16 

The half-title reads " A revisal of Shakespear's text, as pub- 
lished by Mr. Warburton." 

Heath, Charles, 1785-1848. 

1550. The heroines of Shakspeare : comprising 
the principal female characters in the plays of the 
great poet. Engraved under the direction of Charles 
Heath, from drawings by eminent artists London : 
D. Bogue. 1848. vi pp., (45) ff., 45 plates. India 
proofs, before lettering. L. 4 G.50.10 

The artists were J. Hayter, A. Egg, J. W. Wright, E. Cor- 
bould, W. P. Frith, K. Meadows and A.Johnston. Accompa-. 
nying the plates are appropriate quotations. 

1551. The Shakspeare gallery; containing the 
principal female characters in the plays of the great 
poet. Engraved, in the most highly-finished man- 
ner, from drawings by the first artists, under the 
direction and superintendence of Charles Heath. 
London: C. Tilt [1836-37]. (3), (45) ff., 45 plates. 
L. 8 G.3952.6 ; G.50.9 

The artists are A. E. Chalon, E. T. Parris, J. Bostock, K. 
Meadows, J. Hayter, T. J- Jenkins, C. R. Leslie, K. Fields, F. 
P. StephanofF, E. Corbould, J. Herbert. The plates are accom- 
panied by appropriate quotations. These plates are also used in 
Clarke's edition of Shakespeare, No. 107 and in H. L. Palmer's 
" Stratford gallery." 0.50.9 is a folio set of India proofs before 
letters. 

ILLUSTRATIONS of Shakspeare by Wright. 






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SHAKESPEARIANA 



Hebler, R. A. Carl. 

1552. Aufsatze iiber Shakespeare, von C. Heb- 
ler. Bern. Verlag der J. Dalp'schen Buchhand- 
lung. 1865. (2), x, 199, (i) pp. 8 

No. i in G.3914.19 

Contents. Shakespeare in seinen Werken; Othello; Ham- 
let; 'Maas fiir maas; Ein Sommernachtstraum ; Troilus and 
Cressida; Zum Othello und Macbeth; Die vierzehn Kombdien. 

1553. Same. Zweite, betrachtlich vermehrte, 
Ausgabe. Bern. Vtrlag der J. Dalp'schen Buch- 
handlung. 1874. (2), xii, 294, (i) pp. 8 

No. 13 in G.73.11.3 

This edition contains in addition, " Ueber den gegenwartigen 
Stand der Hamlet-Frage; Shakespeare und die Philosophic." 

1554. Shakspeare's Kaufmann von Venedig. 
Ein Versuch iiber die sogenannte Idee dieser Komo- 
die. Von R. A. C. Hebler. Bern. Huber und 
Comp. 1854. (4), 132 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.4056.7 
Heine, Heinrich, 1799-1856. 

1555. Die Madchen und Frauen in Shakspeare's 
dramatischen Werken. Von Heinrich Heine. Rot- 
terdam, H. Nijgh. 1860. xviii, 256 pp. 16 

G.3915.10 

Another title-page reads, " Heinrich Heine's Sammtliche 
Werke. I7ter Band." 

1556. Same. Englische Fragmente und Shak- 
speare's Madchen und Frauen. Von Heinrich Heine. 
Hamburg. Hoffmann und Campe. 1861. xiii, 392 
pp. 16 2867.10.3 

" Sammtliche Werke, 3ter Band." 

Heinichen, Carl. 

Translator of four plays, No. 853. 
Helena, the physician's daughter. See M. C. 

CLARKE Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. 
Helms, George. 

1557. The English adjective in the language of 
Shakspere. Inaugural dissertation for the attain- 
ment of the degrees of Doctor of philosophy and 
Master of arts at the University of Rostock by 
George Helms. Bremen : printed by F. C. Dub- 
bers. 1868. 56pp. 8 4588.4 
Hemert, Paulus van, 1756-1825. 

William Shakspere. In his Lektuur bij het ontbijt 
en de thetafel. Amsterdam, 1808. 8 G.3917.1.10 
Heminge, John. 

Declaration of trust by John Heminge and others, 
Feb. 10, 1617-18. In Plays and poems of W. Shak- 
speare, vol. 2, No. 55. 

Editor of the first folio. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. Second edition, vol. 3. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Henderson, John, 1746-1785. 

PILON, F. Essay on Hamlet as performed by 
Henderson. 

Henry the second, a drama. See W. H. IRELAND. 
Henry IV. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. 2. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BOASTER, a droll, No. 28ia. 

BOUNCING knight, a droll, No. 282. 

BROWNE, C. E. Master Robert Shallow. 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Medical knowledge of Shake- 
speare. 

BULLOCH, J. Studies on the text. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 



CHEDWORTH, J. H., lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-characters. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the histor- 
ical plays, vol. i. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. i. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. i. 

EXAMINATION into the structure, language, and 
metre of Richard n and Henry iv. (London uni- 
versity magazine, Aug., 1858.) No. 21 in G.62.4 

FALSTAFF. 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien, vol. 2. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. 2. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical and explanatory 
notes, vol. I. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HAZUTT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespeav's text. 

HERAUD, J. A. Shakspere, his inner life. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, vols. 2, 3. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art, and 
characters. 

HUNTER, J. New illustrations, vol. 2. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JACOX, F. Shakspeare diversions. 

KEIGHTLEY, T. Shakespeare-expositor. 

KENNY, T. Life and genius of Shakespeare. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakespeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

LUDERS, A. Essay on the character of Henry v 
when Prince of Wales. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

MONTAGU, E. Essay on the writings and genius. 

PETRI, M. Zur Einfiihrung Shakespeare's in die 
christliche Familie. 

PLANCHE, J. R. Costume of Henry iv. 

1558. [PROLOGUE and epilogue to Henry iv, 
part 2, spoken Dec. 27, 1728, in the presence of the 
Free Masons, at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.] (4) 
pp. F No. i in G.60a.l7 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

REED, H. Lectures on English history. 

RETZSCH, F. A. M. Outlines to Shakspere. 

RITSON, J. Remarks on the text and notes. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 

SINGER, S. W. Text of Shakespeare vindicated. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakspeare, vol. i. 

STRUVE, E. A. Studien zu Heinrich iv. 

TYLER, J. E. Henry of Monmouth. 

WHITE, R. G. Shakespeare's scholar. 

Henry V. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. 2. 
CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 
CHEDWORTH, J. H., Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 



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Henry V Henry VIII 



COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the his- 
torical plays, vol. I. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. i. 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. 2. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical and explanatory 
notes, vol. i. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespeare's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, vol. 3. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art. and 
characters. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

LUDERS, A. Essay on the character of Henry v. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

REED, H. Lectures on English history. 

RITSON, J. Remarks on the text and notes. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakspeare, vol. i. 

TYLER, J. E. Henry of Monmouth. 
Henry VI. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. 2. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H., Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the his- 
torical plays, vol. i. 

DANIEL, S. The civile wars. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. i. 

FLEAY, F. G. Who wrote Henry vi? 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien. 

GENE, R. Shakespeare. Sein Leben. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. 2. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

GUIZOT, M. Shakspeare et son temps. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Introduction to, 
Henry vi. See Nos. 3ooa, 3oob and 1242, vol. 6. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEINE, H. Die.Madchen und Frauen in Shak- 
speare. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, vol. 3. 

HUNTER, J. New illustrations, vol. 2. 

JAMESON, A. Characteristics of women. 

KEIGHTLEY, T. Shakespeare-expositor. 

KENNY, T. Life and genius of Shakespeare. 

KNIGHT, C. Essay on Henry vi. 

Studies of Shakspere. 



KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare. 
LEE, J. Authorship of Henry vi. 
LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 
LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 
MALONE, E. Dissertation on Henry vi. 
MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions 
OECHELHAUSER, W. Heinrich vi. 
REED, H. Lectures on English history. 
RITSON, J. Remarks, critical and illustrative. 
RIVES, G. L. Essay on the authorship. 
SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 
SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 
SIEVERS, E. B. William Shakspeare. 
SINGER, S. W. Text of Shakespeare vindicated. 
SKOTTOWE, A. The life of Shakspeare, vol. i. 
ULRICI, H. Shakspeare's dramatische Kunst. 
WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text. 
WHITE, R. G. Essay on the authorship. 
Shakespeare's scholar. 

Henry VIII. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. 2. 
BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the his- 
torical plays, vol. i. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. i. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. i. 

ELZE, F. K. Zu Heinrich viu. 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. 2. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HALL, H. T. Shaksperean fly-leaves. 

HATTON, J. L. Overture and music. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HEINE, H. Die Madchen und Frauen in Shak- 
speare. 

HOLMES, N. Authorship of Shakespeare. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, vol. 3. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art, and 
characters. 

HUNTER, J. New illustrations, vol. 2. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KEMBLE, F. Notes on the characters. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

PRESTON, M. Studies in Shakspeare. 

REED, H. Lectures on English history. 

Rio, A. F. Shakespeare. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays. 

SINGER, S. W. Text of Shakespeare vindicated. 

SKOTTOWE, A. The life of Shakspeare, vol. i. 

WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text. 

There are numerous cuttings from newspapers relating to 
this play in No. 16 in 6.3930 10. 



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Henschel Heywood 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Henschel, Ludwig. 

An editor of " QUELLEN des Shakspeare." 
Hense, Carl Conrad. 

Die Darstellung der Seelenkrankheiten, in Shake- 
speare's Dramen. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1878.) 

Deutsche Dichter in ihrem Verhaltniss zu Shake- 
speare. (Jahrbuch, 1870, 71.) 

John Lilly und Shakespeare. (Jahrbuch, 1872, 
73-) 

1559. Poetische Personification in griechischen 
Dichtungen mit Beriicksichtigung lateinischer Dich- 
ter und Shakspere's. Erste Abtheilung. Festschrift 
zur Feier des dreihundertjahrigen Bestehens des 
Grossherzoglichen Friedrich-Franz-Gymnasiums zu 
Parchim. Von C. C. Hense. Parchim, 1864. H. 
Wehdemann. (2), xiv, 51, (i) pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3910.9 

Polymythie in dramatischen Dichtungen Shake- 
speare's. (Jahrbuch, 1876.) 

1560. Das Schweigen und Verschweigen in Dich- 
tungen. Von C. C. Hense. Parchim : H. Wehde- 
mann. 1872. (4), 87, (i) pp. 8 G.73.8 

1561. Vortrage iiber ausgewahlte dramatische 
Dichtungen Shakspeare's, Schiller's und Goethe's. 
Herausgegeben von Carl Conrad Hense. Halber- 
stadt, 1844. F. A. Helm, vii, (i), 344 pp. 8 

G.3913.12 

Shakespeare's plavs treated are " Romeo und Julie, Der Kauf- 
inunn von Venedig, ICbnigLear, Die Bearbeitung des Makbeth, 
von Schiller." 

Henslowe, Philip. 

1562. The diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 
to 1609. Printed from the original manuscript pre- 
served at Dulwich college. Edited by J. Payne Col- 
lier. London : Shakespeare society. 1845. xxxiv, 
290 pp. 8 G.3927.2 ; 4596.13 ; 342.28 

Extracts from the diary are given in vol. 3 of Boswell's edi- 
tion of Shakespeare, No. 55. 

Heraud, John Abraham, 1799 . 

A new view of Shakespeare's Sonnets. An induc- 
tive critique. (Temple bar, April, 1862. London.) 
No. 3 in G.3940.14 ; No. 3 in G.63.4 

Reprinted in his " Shakspere, his inner life." 

1563. Shakspere, his inner life as intimated in 
his works. By John A. Heraud. London : Jf. Max- 
well and co. 1865. xiv, 521 pp. Portrait, tercen- 
tenary bust by C. Bacon. 8 4595.5 

Contents. Elementary and impulsive period, 1585-1591 ; Fan- 
tastic and historical period, 1591-1598; Comic period, 1599-1601 ; 
Epic and imaginative period, 1601-1613; Appendix. 

Herbert, "William, ^rd earl of Pembroke, 1580- 
1630. 

Supposed to be the " W. H." to whom the Sonnets of Shake- 
speare were dedicated. Nos. 30-32 in 6.72.5 are his portraits. 

Hermann, E. 

1564. Ueber Shakespere's Midsummer-night's- 
dream. Eine Studie von E. Hermann. Zweite 
Auflage. Braunschweig. J. H. Meyer. 1875. iv, 
162 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.73.11.1 

1565. Ein Wort zur weiteren Begriindung und 
Berichtigung meiner Auffassung des Sommernachts- 
traums, zugleich ein Widerwort gegen Herrn Ru- 
dolf Genee von E. Hermann. Braunschweig, 1874. 
J. H. Meyer. 40 pp. 8 No. 2a in G.73.11.1 
Hermann, Ernst. 

Citaten- und Sentenzen-Register. In Shake- 
speare's dramatische Werke, vol. 8, No. 846. 
Hermione, the Russian princess. See M. C. 

CLARKE. Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. 
Herne's oak, Windsor. 

No. 19 in 0.3930.9 contains several cuttings from newspapers 
and magazines relating to this tree. 



Heroines of Shakspeare. See C. HEATH. 
Heron, Robert, pseudonym of J. PINKERTON. 
Herr Peter Squentz, Schimpff-spiel. See A. GRY- 

PHIUS. 
Herrig, Ludwig. 

Editor of " Macbeth," No. 411 and "The mer- 
chant of Venice," No. 448. 
Hertzberg, W. 

Eine griechische Q^elle zu Shakespeare's Sonet- 
ten. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1878.) 

Metrisches, Grammatisches, Chronologisches zu 
Shakespeare's Dramen. (Jahrbuch, 1878.) 

Die Qjaellen der Troilus-Sage in ihrem Verhalt- 
niss zu Shakespeare's 'Troilus und Cressida.' 
(Jahrbuch, 1871.) 

Translator and editor of eight plays, No. 843. 
Herwegh, Georg, 1817-1875. 

Translator of seven plays, Nos. 843 and 844. 
Heussi, Jakob, 1803 . 

Editor of " Hamlet," No. 252, and of " Romeo and 
Juliet," No. 594. 
Hewet, H. W. 

Engraver of the wood-cuts in Verplanck's edition 
of Shakespeare, No. 76. 
Hexeii in Lancashire. See T. HEYWOOD. 
Heyse, Paul Johauu Ludwig, 1830 . 

Translator of "Antony and Cleopatra" and-"Ti- 
mon of Athens," No. 844. 
Heywood, Thomas, i57o?-i65o? 

1566. An apology for a<5tors. In three books. 
By Thomas Heywood. From the edition of 1612, 
compared with that of W. Cartwright. With an 
introduction and notes [by J. P. Collier]. London: 
reprinted for the Shakespeare society. 1841. (2), 
xvi, 66 pp. 8 G.3927.6 ; 4596.1 

1567. The fair maid of the exchange; a comedy, 
by Thomas Heywood. Edited by Barren Field. 
London: Shakespeare society. 1845. ix [xi], 99, 
(i) pp. 8 G.3937.4 ; 4596.13 

There is an additional title-page dated 1846, covering this play 
and " Fortune by land and sea." 

1568. The first and second parts of the Fair maid 
of the west; or, a girl worth gold. Two comedies 
by Thomas Heywood. With an introduction and 
notes, by J. Payne Collier. London : Shakespeare 
society. 1850. xii, 182 pp. 8 G.3937.5 ; 4596.16 

Bound with this is a general title, which reads " The dra- 
matic works of Thomas Heywood. With a life of the poet, and 
remarks on his writings by J. Payne Collier. Vol. i. London : 
Shakespeare society. 1850." Following this is a page of " Con- 
tents." 

1569. The first and second parts of King Edward 
iv. Histories by Thomas Heywood. Reprinted 
from the unique black letter first edition of 1600, 
collated with one other in black letter, and with 
those of 1619 and 1626. With an introduction and 
notes, by Barron Field. London : Shakespeare soci- 
ety. 1842. ix, (i), 202 pp. 8 

G.3937.3 ; 4596.5 ; 342.12 

1570. Fortune by land and sea ; a tragi-comedy, 
by Thomas Heywood and William Rowley. Edited 
by Barron Field. London : Shakespeare society. 
1845. 83 pp. 8 G.3937.4; 4596.13 

1571. The Golden and Silver ages. Two plays 
by Thomas Heywood. With an introduction and 
notes, by J. Payne Collier. London : Shakespeare 
society. 1851. vi, 179, 14 pp. 8 

G.3937.8; 4596.19 

Contains also the " Tenth annual report" of the society. 
Die Hexen in Lancashire. See No. 914 



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Hey wood Holmes 



Prologue and epilogue to Richard in. In his 
Pleasant dialogves and dramma's. London, 1637. 
Sm. 8 G.4075.17 

1572. The royal king, and loyal subjedt. A 
woman killed with kindness. Two plays by Thom- 
as Heywood. With an introduction and notes, by J. 
Payne Collier. London: Shakespeare, society. 1850. 
x, 168 pp. 8 G.3937.6 ; 4596.'l8 

1573. Two historical plays on the life and reign 
of Queen Elizabeth. By Thomas Heywood. With 
an introduction and notes, by J. Payne Collier. 
London: Shakespeare society. 1851. xxviii, 177, 
(i) pp. 8 G.3937 .7 ; 4596.19 

Contents. If you know not me, you know nobodie; or the 
troubles of Queene Elizabeth ; The second part of If you know 
not me, you know no bodie, with the building of the Royall 
Exchange : and the famous victorie of Queene Elizabeth, in the 
yeare 1588. 

Hickson, Samuel. 

The two noble kinsmen. (Westminster and for- 
eign quarterly review, April, 1847. London.} 

No. 9 in G.3940.4 

Same. The shares of Shakspere and Fletcher in 
The two noble kinsmen, by the late S. Hickson, 
with a confirmation by F. G. Fleay. (.New Shak- 
spere society. Transactions, 1874. Series I.) 
Hieroglyphics and other antiquities. See R. DEV- 

ERELL. 

Hiffernan, Paul, 1719-1777. 

The plan of a permanent temple ; to be erecled to 
the memory of Shakespeare, in a classical taste: 
with inscriptions and decorations suitable to the ob- 
jects chosen. In his Dramatic genius. London, 
1770. 4 G.3947.8 

Consists principally of English verses with Latin translations, 
illustrating the decorations of the proposed temple. 

Same. Second edition. London, 1772. 8 

G.3947.9; No. 2 in G.3947.10; 4598.13 
Higgins, John, 1544? . 

How Qj-ieene Cordila in despaire slew her selfe, 
the yeare before Christ, 800. In MIRROUR for mag- 
istrates. 

Same. In COLLIER, J. P. Shakespeare's library. 
Hilgers, Johann Ludwig. 

1574. Sind nicht in Shakspere noch manche 
Verse wiederherzustellen, welche alle Ausgaben des 
Dichters als Prosa geben ? (Jahresbericht iiber die 
hohere Burger-, die provinzial-Gewerbe- und die 
Handwerker-Sonntagschule zu Aachen.) Druck 
-on jf. J. Beaufort in Aachen, 1852. (2), 44 pp. 
4 No. 3 in G.3910.10 
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. 

"King Henry the fifth," No. 299. 

Hillard, Kate. 

On the study of Shakespeare's Sonnets. (Lippin- 

cott's magazine, April, 1875. Philadelphia.} 

7345.1.15 

Hilsenberg, Ludwig, 1814 . 

Translator of " Macbeth," No. 838. 

Himmelstiern, Reinhold Johann Ludwig Sam- 
son von, 1858. 
Translator of " Hamlet," No. 864. 

Hinds' English stage. 

For the editions of plays in this series see Nos. 241, 404, 533, 
586 and 627. 

Hinton, Henry L. 

Editor of "Macbeth," No. 416, "The merchant of 
Venice," Nos. 454, 456, " Othello," No. 541. " Rich- 
ard in." No. 578 and " Romeo and Juliet," No. 597. 
Hirsch, Adolf von. 

1575. Maskenstudien. Eine Gallerie Fr. Haase'- 
scher Charakterkopfe fur Freunde des Ktinstlers 



skizzirt von Adolf von Hirsch. Konigsberg 1866. 
Htibner und Matz. 33 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3910.15 

Describes ideal portraits of Richard in, Shylock, Hamlet 
and others. 

History of the times. See SHAKESPEARE'S history 

of the times. 
Histrio-mastix ; or, the player whipt. Drama. In 

SIMPSON, R. The school of Shakspere. 

Parts of this version of the play are attributed by the editor to 
Marston. 

Histrionic topography. See J. N. BREWER. 
Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, 1798-1870. 

Remarks on the Sonnets, No. 755. 
Hoadly, John, 1711-1776. 

Editor of "Arden of Feversham," No. 



Hobsou, William, 1581. 

Pleasant conceits of old Hobson. In HAZLITT, 
W. C. Shakespeare jest-books, vol. 3. 
Hoe, "William. 

1576. The Shakspere treasury of subject quota- 
tions, synonymously indexed. By William Hoe. 
London: Lock-Mood and co. 1863. xvi, 70 pp. 8 

G.3956.21 ; 4599.21 
Hoffa, J. 

Editor of " Hamlet," No. 242. 
Hoffman, a tragedy. See H. CHETTLE. 
Hoffmann, . 

Studien zu Shakspeare's Hamlet. (Archiv fur das 
Studium der neueren Sprachen, B. 3. 4. Braun- 
schweig.') 3358.1.3,4 

Hogarth, William, 1697-1764. 

Shakespeare chair. Hogarth pinxt. J. I. Set. 
Pub. for S. Ireland, May i, 1799. Plate. 

No. 20 in G.3941.24 

Accompanying this engraving is a cutting from the " Illus- 
trated news," giving an account of the chair and its sale at auc- 
tion for three hundred guineas! In the sales catalogue it is said, 
" This piece of carving is the only one that remains to us from 
the hand of Hogarth." No. 27 in 0.52.3 is " Falstaff examining 
his recruits," an engraving by Ryder from a painting by Ho- 
garth. He also painted Garrick in the character of Richard in. 

Hole, Richard, 1803. 

On literary fame and the historical characters of 
Shakspeare ; An apology for the character and con- 
duct of lago; An apology for the character and con- 
ducft of Shylock. In Essays by a society of gentle- 
men, at Exeter. London [1796]. 8 G.3922.7 

These essays, the first and third of which are signed T. O., 
are ascribed to Hole, in Nichols' " Literary anecdotes." See also 
Hole's "Advertisement" to his "Remarks on the 'Arabian 
nights,'" 0.3844.15. 

Holinshed, Raphael, 1580? 

Chronicles. London, 1577. 2 v. F G.4070.6 

One of the sources from which Shakespeare derived the inci- 
dents of " Macbeth," " King Lear," and " Henry vil." Extracts 
are to be found in Lennox's " Shakspeare illustrated," Collier's 
" Shakespeare's library," Halliwell's folio edition, vol. 12, No. 90, 
the New Shakspere society's publications, Series vm (the edition 
of 1587, 0.3730.3.1), and in Echtermeyer's " Quellen." 

PELL, W. C. Shakspeare and Hollingshed. 
Holland, Elihu G., 1817 . 

Shakspeare's caricature of Richard HI. (Conti- 
nental monthly, Sept., 1862. New York.} 8 

No. 8 in G.3937 .32 
Holland, Frederick West, 1811 . 

Essay. A study of Shakspeare. In NEW-ENG- 
LAND historic-genealogical society. Tercentenary 
celebration. 
Holmes, Nathaniel. 

1577. The authorship of Shakespeare. By Na- 
thaniel Holmes. Netu York: Hurd and Hougkton.' 
1866. xvi, 601 pp. Portrait of Bacon. 8 

G.77.3; 4598.10; 823.20 



Advocates the claims of Lord Bacon. 



79- 



I2 9 



Holmes Howe 



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1578. Same. Second edition. New York. Hurd 
and Houghton. 1867. xvi, 601 pp. Portrait of Ba- 
con. 8 G.3933.19 

This edition appears to be printed from the same plates as 
the first. 

1579. Same. Third edition. With an appendix 
of additional matters, including a notice of the re- 
cently discovered Northumberland MSS. Ne-w York : 
Hurd and Houghton. 1875. (2), xvi, 696 pp. Por- 
trait of Bacon. 8 6596.13 
Holt, John. 

1580. An attempte to rescue that aunciente, 
English poet, and play wrighte, maister Williaume 
Shakespere, from the maney errours, faulsely 
charged on him, by certaine new-fangled wittes; 
and to let him speak for himself, as right well he 
wotteth, when freede from the many careless mis- 
takeings of the heedless first imprinters, of his 
workes. By a gentleman formerly of Greys-Inn. 
London: Manby and Cox. 1749. 94 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3924.3 

1581. Same. Remarks on the Tempest : or an 
attempt to rescue Shakespear from the many errors 
falsely charged on him, by his several editors. To 
which is prefixed, a short account of the story, plot, 
disposition and chronology, of the play; as a plan, 
for a new edition of that author. London : Manby 
and Cox. 1750. (2), 94 pp. 8 G.3937.34 

This is the first edition, with a simple change of title-page. 
Xo. 3 in G.ooa.iy is Holt's " Proposals for publishing by sub- 
scription Shakespear"s plays," dated May i, 1750. 

Holtei, Karl Eduard von, 1797 . 

1582. Shakspeare in der Heimath, oder die Fre- 
unde. Schauspiel in vier Akten. /;/ kis Theater, 
dritter Band. Breslau. 1867. 16 4879a.53.3 

1583. Same. Shakspeare terug in zijne geboort- 
eplaats, historisch drama in vier bedrijven of zes 
tafereelen. Vrij naar het hoogduitsch, door C. J. 
Roobol. Amsterdam, L. F. J. Hassels. 1857. 134 
pp. 8 G.3917.15 
Holyoake, George Jacob, 1817 . 

Epitome of the Inquiry. In BIRCH, W. J. In- 
quiry into the philosophy and religion of Shak- 
spere. 

Homage to Shakespeare. See S. GLOVER. 
Home, Henry, lord Kames, 1696-1782. 

Elements of criticism. Edinburgh, 1788. 8 

G.158.5 

The illustrations are chiefly drawn from Shakespeare. 

Home of Shakspere. See F. W. FAIRHOLT. 
Homer. 

BEKK, A. Shakespeare und Homer. 
Honour triumphant. See J. FORDE. 
Hope, Alexander James Beresford, 1820 . 

Shakespeare and Aristophanes. In his Essays. 
London, 1844. 8 G.3926.18 

Horatian. 

1584. The Horatian canons of friendship. Being 
the third satire of the first book of Horace imitated. 
With two dedications ; the first to that admirable 
critic, the Rev. Mr. William Warburton, occasioned 
by his Dunciad, and his Shakespeare; and the sec- 
ond to my good friend the trunk-maker at the corner 
of St. Paul's Church-Yard. By Ebenezer Pentwea- 
zle. London: J. Ne-wbery. 1750. (4), viii, 19 pp. 
4 No. 2 in G.3947.3 

Most of the Latin text of Horace's satire is given at the foot 
of the page. 

Horn, Charles Edward, 1786-1849. 

Composer of the music in " Shakspeare's Seven 
ages," by G. SOANE. 



Horn, Franz Christoph, 1783-1837. 

1585. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, erlautert von 
Franz Horn. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1823-31. 
5v. 8 G.3913.8 

Contents. 1. Shakspeare in Deutschland; Macbeth ; Julius 
Casar; Der Kaufmann von Venedig; KonigLear; Romeo und 
Julie; Viel Larm urn nichts ; Titus Andronikus; Othello. 2. 
Hamlet; Der Sturm; Ein Wintermahrchen; Was Ihr wollt; 
Wie es Euch gefallt; Konig Johann; Richard n; Heinrich IV, 
Theil i. 3. Heinrich IV, Theil 2; Heinrich v; Heinrich VI ; 
Richard in ; Heinrich vin ; Zahmung einer Widerspenstigen ; 
Zwei Edelleute von Verona ; Timon von Athen ; Ende gut alles 
gut. 4. Coriolanus; Antonius und Cleopatra; Verlorene Lie- 
besmiihe; TroilusundCressida; Cymbelin ; Die lustigen Frauen 
von' Windsor; Ein Sommernachtstraum; Mass fur Mass ; Das 
Lustspiel der Irrungen; Perikles; Anhang: Andeutungen iiber 
einige bestrittene Dramen Altenglands und Shakspeares; Die 
Musik in Shakspeares Schauspielen. 5. Shakspeare und das 
herrschende asthetische Princip des siebzehnten und achtzehn- 
ten Jahrhunderts; Beitrage zu einer gcnauern Vergleichung 
Shakspeare's mit Beaumont und Fletcher; Nachtrage; Alten- 
glisches Theater; Sittlichkeit und Schonheit vereinigt in Shak- 
speare's Schauspielen ; Kleine Andeutungen. 

In vol. i is an autograph letter of Horn, dated 22 Odt., 1829. 

Hornby, Mary. 

1586. Extemporal verses, written at the birth- 
place of Shakspeare, at Stratford-upon-Avon, by 
persons of genius. To which is added, a brief his- 
tory of the immortal bard and family; with observa- 
tions on the comet, by Mary Hornby. Fourth edi- 
tion. [Barnacle, printer, Stratford.~\ 24 pp. 
Illustrated. 8 G.3943.26 

The dedication is dated 1819. There is inserted an "Address 
to the public," by Mary Hornby. Washington Irving, in his 
" Sketch book," has given a short account of this person, who 
for several years lived in the so-called birthplace of Shakespeare 
at Stratford. 

Horne, Richard Henry, 1807? . 

Introduction to "The tempest" and "Measure 
for measure," No. 71. 
Horst, Arnold. 

1587. Kdnig Macbeth. Eine schottische Sage 
aus dem elften Jahrhundert. Von Arnold Horst. 
Bremen. Nordiuestdeutschcr Volksschriften-Verlag. 
[1876.] 128 pp. 16 G.78.14 
House for Shakspere. See W T WILSON. 
Howard Frank, 1805-1866. 

1588. The spirit of the plays of Shakspeare, ex- 
hibited in a series of outline plates illustrative of 
the story of each play. Drawn and engraved by 
Frank Howard. With quotations and descriptions. 
London : T. Cadell. 1833. 5 v. 8 

G.3952.4; G.74.13; 2595.5 

Contents. 1. Tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; Twelfth 
night; Measure for measure; Much ado about nothing; Mid- 
summer night's dream. 2. Merchant of Venice; As you like 
it; All's well that ends well; Taming of the shrew; Winter's 
tale ; Love's labour's lost. 3. King John ; Richard II ; Henry 
iv ; Merry wives of Windsor; Henry v; Henry vi ; Richard 
in; Henry vin. 4. Comedy of errors ; Troilus and Cressida; 
Timon of Athens; Coriolanus; Julius Caesar; Antony and Cleo- 
patra; Cymbeline; Pericles. 5. Macbeth; King Lear; Romeo 
and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Titus Andronicus ; Postscript. 

This work, containing 483 plates, was published in twenty- 
four numbers in 1827-33. 0.3952.4 is on large paper, the plates 
being India proofs. 

HOWARD Shakspeare. See No. 129. 
Howard, Henry. 

1589. A visionary interview at the shrine of 
Shakespear. Inscribed to Mr. Garrick. By Henry 
Howard. London : R. Withy and J. Ryall, 1756. 
12 pp. 4 No. 5 in G.3947.2 
Howe, John. See J. Howe, i,th Baron CHEDWORTH. 

Howe, Joseph, 1804-1873. 

15SO. Shakspeare. Oration delivered by Joseph 
Howe at the request of the Saint George's Society, 
at the Temperance hall, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 23rd 



130 



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April, 1864. Halifax, N. S. '''Citizen" printing' 
and publishing office. 1864. 215 pp. 8 

No. 6 in G.3940.11 

On the cover is written "The Hon. Edward Everett, with 
Mr. Howe's respedls." 

Howell, Thomas. 

1591. A few stray thoughts upon Shakespeare. 
By Thomas Howell. London : T. Bosivcrth. 1867. 
62 pp. 8 4598.12 
Hows, John W. S., 1797 . 

Editor of "The Shakspearian reader," No. 151, 
"As you like it," No. 182, ' Henry vni," No. 312, 
and " King Lear," No. 382. 
H0yer, Hans Offe Christian Fanum, 1816 . 

Editor and translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 
765- 
Huckell, John, 1729-1771. 

1592. Avon a poem in three parts. Birming- 
ham, printed by J. Baskerville, and sold by R. and 
J. Dodsley, London. 1758. 78 pp. 4 G.3947.4 

1593. Same. By John Huckell. Stratford-upon- 
Avon : J. Ward. 1811. 59 pp. Engraved title- 
page. 8 G.3946.11 ; No. 2 in 2504.10 

Prefixed is a short notice of the author. 

Hudson, Henry Norman, 1814 . 

Furness's Shakespeare. ^North American review, 
Oct., 1873. Boston.} 3153.1.117 

Hamlet. (American review, Jan., Feb., 1848. 
New York.} 5215.1.7 

Afterwards published in his " Ledlures." 

1594. Leftures on Shakspeare. By H. N. Hud- 
son. In two volumes. Ne-w York : Baker and Scrib- 
ner. 1848. 8 G.3925.12 ; 357.6 

In No. 4 in 6.3940.9 are cuttings from the New York World, 
Dec. 14, i86o~Feb. 9, 1861, giving reports of Mr. Hudson's Lec- 
tures. There are also in this volume cuttings from " The West- 
ern continent," Baltimore, 1846, containing reports of the Lec- 
tures in that city, by Thomas Donaldson. No. 17 in 6.3937.28 is 
his report of the ledture on Macbeth. Accompanying the cut- 
tings is an autograph letter of the latter to Mr. Barton, dated 
April 20, 1860. 

1595. Shakespeare : his life, art, and characters. 
With an historical sketch of the origin and growth 
of the drama in England. By H. N. Hudson. Bos- 
ton: Ginn brothers. 1872. 2 v. 12 

G.77.4 ; 6597.15 



c; 

These volumes appear to be made up from the Introductions, 
Life, etc., with some changes, in his edition of Shakespeare, 
No. 82. 

-Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 82, 158, 185, 
206, 257, 283, 297, 319, 345, 368, 424, 461, 494, 513, 
542, 598 and 643. . 

GOULD, E. S. Hudson's edition of Shakespeare. 
PECK, G. W. Hudson's Lectures on Shakspeare. 
WHIFFLE, E. P. Verplanck and Hudson. 
Huelsmann, Eduard. 

1596. Shakspeare. Sein Geist und seine Werke. 
Ein Fiihrer fur die Leser und Freunde des Dichters 
von Eduard Hiilsmann. Leipzig-: O. Wigand. 
1856 (2), vi, 230 pp. 8 G.3914.11 
Huerte, Norbert. 

1597. Historic von Romeo und Julie oder die 
Familien Capuletti und Montecchi. Erzahlt von 
Norbert Hiirte. Reutlingen. Fleischhauer nnd 
Spohn. 1853. 59 PP- Illustrated. 8 

No. 2 in G.4065.27 
Hughes, R. 

Composer of the music of the song "If love make 
me forsworn," in the second book of "The taming 
of the shrew," No. 2 in G 4060.11. 



Hugo, Fran9ois Victor, 1828-1873. 

1598. Commentary on the Merchant of Venice. 
By Francois Victor Hugo. Translated with permis- 
sion of the author, by Edward L. Samuel. London : 
Chapman and Hall. 1863. 32 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3937.29 

From the Introduction to Vol. 8 of Hugo's translation of 
Shakespeare, No. 790. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 790 and 
792. 

SHAKSPEARE et ses traducteurs. See No. 1466. 
Hugo, Victor Marie, vicomte, 1802 . 

Preface de nouvelle traduction de Shakespeare. 
In CEuvres de Shakespeare, Nos. 790 and 792. 

1599. William Shakespeare. Paris A. Lacroix, 
Verboeckhoven et ce. 1864. 572pp. 8 G.3911.20 

1600. Same. William Shakespeare. Naar het 
Fransch van Victor Hugo. Utrecht. L. E. Bosch 
en zoon. 1865. (2), 529, 3, (2) pp. 8 G.3911.21 

1601. Same. William Shakespeare. By Victor 
Hugo. Authorized copyright English translation 
by A. Baillot. London : Hurst and Blackett. 1864. 
(8), 366 pp. 8 2593.8 

1602. Same. William Shakespeare von Victor 
Hugo. Deutsch von A. Diezmann. Autorisirte 
Ausgabe. Leipzig, E. F. Steinacker. 1864. (6), 
304, (i) pp. 8 G.3911.22 

VICTOR Hugo on Shakespeare. (Blackwood's 
magazine, Aug., 1864. Edinburgh.} 

No. 15 in G.62.2 

VICTOR Hugo on Shakespeare, by W. F. R. 
(Temple bar, July, 1864. London } No. 14 in G.62.2 

VIE de Shakespeare. (Fraser's magazine, Dec., 
1864. London.} 5186.1.70 

Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. 

Editor of " Comedy of errors," Nos. 195 and 196. 
Human life in Shakespeare. See H. GILES. 
Humbert, C. 

1603. Moliere, Shakspeare und die Deutsche 
Kritik. Von C. Humbert. Leipzig, B. G. Teubner. 
1869. xx, 510, (i) pp. 8 6592.1 
Humor. 

EHRLICH, J. R. Der Humor Shakespeares. 
HUMBERT, C. Moliere, Shakspeare. 
ULRICI, H. Ueber Shakespeares Humor. 
WEISS, J. Wit, humor, and Shakspeare. 
Humphreys, Henry Noel, 1810 . 

1604. Sentiments and similes of William Shake- 
speare. A classified selection of similes, definitions, 
descriptions, and other remarkable passages in the 
plays and poems of Shakespeare. By Henry Noel 
Humphreys. London : Longman, Broivn, Green, 
and Longmans. 1851. (6), 100 pp. Sm. 4 

G.78.19 

This work has illuminated borders and initial letters. 

Hundred merry tales. 

A C, mery Talys. In SHAKSPE ARE'S jest book. 
Part n. 

Same. In Shakspeare's merry tales. 

Same. In HAZLITT, W. C. Shakespeare jest- 
books, vol. i. 

HUNDRED merry tales. London, 1831. See TALES, 
and quicke answeres. 

This is not the same collection as the " C mery talys." 

Hunt, James Henry Leigh, 1784-1859. 

Imagination and fancy ; or selections from the 
English poets. Third edition. London, 1846. 8 

G.3933.17 

Pp. 149-194 are devoted to Shakespeare. 



Hunt Illustrations 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Hunt, Richard. 

1605. The bow of Jonathan with the flower de 
luce : in a funeral lamentation committed to the men 
of Judah : parallelled and applied to that worthy his 
compeere Robert Lucy of Charlcote in the county of 
Warwick esquire lately deceased : in a sermon 
preached at Charlcote by Richard Hunt. London, 
printed by W. Godbid, 1657. (8), 33 PP- 4 

G.3943.24 
Hunt, William Oakes. 

Nos. 83 and 92 in 0.51.5.1 are autograph letters of Mr. Hunt, 
Town clerk of Stratford, to J. Britton, in reference to the restora- 
tion of the chancel of the church at Stratford. 

Hunter, Andrew. 

Editor of " Macbeth," No. 397. 
Hunter, John. 

Editor of "As you like it," No. 183, "Hamlet," 
Nos. 251, 253, " Henry vm," Nos. 315, 316, "Julius 
Caesar," Nos. 335, 338, "King Lear," Nos. 364, 365, 
"Macbeth," No. 417, " Merchant of Venice," Nos. 
450, 457, "Othello," No. 540, "Richard n," No. 568, 
"Richard in," No. 579, and "The tempest," No. 
640. 
Hunter, Joseph, 1783-1861. 

1606. A disquisition on the scene, origin, date, 
etc. etc., of Shakespeare's Tempest. In a letter to 
Benjamin Heywood Bright, from Joseph Hunter. 
London : printed by C. Whittingham. 1839. (4) 
151 pp. 8 G.3937.39; G.3937.40; 2597.21 

One hundred copies only printed. 0.3937.39 is one of two or 
four on large paper. No. 55 in 0.51.5.1 is an autograph letter of 
Mr. Hunter to J. Britton, dated Aug. 21, 1816. In the copy of 
Smirke's edition of "The tempest," No. 630, are numerous 
manuscript notes by him. 

1607. A few words in reply to the animadver- 
sions of the' Reverend Mr. Dyce on Mr. Hunter's 
"Disquisition on The tempest" (1839) ! ar >d his 
" New illustrations of the life, studies and writings 
of Shakespeare" (1845) '> contained in his work en- 
titled "A few notes on Shakespeare : with occa- 
sional remarks on the emendations of the manu- 
script-corrector in Mr. Collier's copy of the folio, 
1632." By the author of the Disquisition and the 
Illustrations. London: J. R. Smith. 1853. 2 3 PP- 
8 No. i in G.3920.14 ; 2597.30 

1608. New illustrations of the life, studies, and 
writings of Shakespeare. Supplementary to all the 
editions. By Joseph Hunter. In two volumes. 
London : J. B. Nichols and son. 1845. 8 

G.3933.15 ; 2597.2 

Contents. \. Prolusions genealogical and biographical on 
the family of William Shakespeare, and other families connected 
with him; Comedies. 2. The English histories; Tragedies; 
Additions and corrections; Indexes. 

Vol. i was published in 1844 in two parts. At the end of 
vol. 2 and in 2595.4 are tlle cancelled title-pages and analyses of 
these parts. 

DYCE, A. A few notes on Shakespeare. 

HUNTER on the Tempest. (Quarterly review, 
March, 1840. London.} No. 2 in G.3937.37 

Hunter, Robert E. 

1609. Shakespeare and Stratford-upon-Avon, a 
"chronicle of the time:" comprising the salient 
facts and traditions, biographical, topographical, 
and historical, connected with the poet and his 
birthplace : together with a full record of the ter- 
centenary celebration. By Robert E. Hunter. Lon- 
don : Whittaker and co. 1864. vii, 246 pp. Por- 
trait. 8 G.3943.31 ; G.3943.32 ; 4599.5 

In 0.3943.31 and 4599.5 are engravings of the Stratford bust. 
Several engravings and photographs are inserted in 0.3943.32. 



Hurdis, James, 1763-1801. 

1610. Cursory remarks upon the arrangement of 
the plays of Shakespear ; occasioned by reading. Mr. 
Malone's Essay on the chronological order of those 
celebrated pieces. By James Hurdis. London: jf. 
Johnson. 1792. 55 pp. 8 C 

No. 5 in G.3924.24 ; No. 2 in G.3936.39 

0.3924.24 belonged to T. Park, who has written upon the 
title-page, "The feeble effort of a critic unprepared." 

Hutchinson, Thomas. 

1611. A collection of vocal music in two, three, 
four, five and six parts principally attempted after 
the manner of the earlier masters with several pieces 
in the present style, with accompaniments for the 
piano forte composed by Thos. Hutchinson. Lon- 
don. Preston. [1807.] (6), ii, 83 pp. F 

No. 7 in G.4060.1 




Hunter, W. Ord, pseudonym of I. BROWN. 



Hutton, William, 1723-1815. 

The battle of Bosworth-field. Birmingham, 1788. 
8 G.3954.3 

lago display'd. London [1808?]. 8 

No. 8 in G.3937.31 

Shakespearian only in name. 

lakimoff, Basil. 

Translator of " King Lear," No. 946, and " Mer- 
chant of Venice," No. 949. 
If you know not me, you know nobodie. See T. 

HEYWOOD, No. 1573. 

Illustrations. 

The principal illustrated editions of Shakespeare's works are 
Nos. n, 18, 20, 26, 39, 46, 49, 54, 62. 63 (No. 3 in 0.3952.18 is an- 
other set of the engravings on India paper), 66, 67, 70, 71, 73, 76, 
77, 79, 80, 90, 95, 96, 97, 98, 100, 107, 108, 116, 117, 125, 126, 127, 
129. 13'. "33. >35. J 3 6 . !4. '4 2 . 2363, 267, 298, 305, 317, 3613,426, 
444 a > 44 6 . 485. 49'. 49 2 . 493. 495- 529*. 569. 6 3 6 . 6 37. <Hi 7. 702, 
746, 7S' 75 2 . 7'. 762, 793. 794. 39. 4 2 . 4 6 , 9 3 > and 922. Also, 
Hanmer's first edition, 0.80.5, Bell's, 0.86.5, the Avon edition, 
65903.10. 

ACTORS. Seventy engravings of actors. 
ALPENNY, J. S. Twelfth night characters. 
As you like it, Nos. 984, 985, 987-990. 
BARRET, J. V. Shakspere fresh chiselled. 
BOOK of Shakespeare gems. See G. F. SARGENT. 
BOYDELL, J. Catalogue of pictures. 

Collection of prints. 

The Shakespeare gallery. 

1612. CATALOGUE of English portraits and to- 
pography; including . . . plates, etc., to illustrate 
Shakespeare, with a relic of the mulberry tree. On 
sale by H. Rodd. London : printed by Compton and 
Ritchie. (2), 44 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3950.28 

1613. CATALOGUE of engra'vings . . . also illus- 
trations to Shakspeare. Which will be sold by auc- 
tion, by Puttick and Simpson, March 24, 1854. 
[London.} 12 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.3951.18 

DOWDEN, E. Shakespeare scenes and characters. 
DRAMATIC souvenir. See LITERARY and graph- 
ical illustrations. 

FAIRHOLT, F. W. The home of Shakspeie 
FELTON, S. Imperfect hints. 
GALERIE de Shakspeare. See No. 1620 
HARDING, S. Shakspeare illustrated. 
HEATH, C. Heroines of Shakspeare. 

Shakspeare gallery. 
HOGARTH, W. Shakespeare chair. 
HOWARD, F. Spirit of the plays. 



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Illustrations 



1614. [ILLUSTRATIONS from The plays of Shak- 
speare . . . edited by Manlej Wood.] London, G. 
Keat-sley. 1806. 75 plates. 8 G.3952.15 

Contains the Felton portrait and engravings by C. Warren 
and others, after designs by Thurston, Stothard and others. 

1615. [ILLUSTRATIONS of Shakspeare by Wright, 
Smirke, Stephanoff, Westall and Corbould, en- 
graved by Heath, Bacon, Rolls, Chevalier, Great- 
bach and Engleheart. London. 1821-1829.] 40 
plates, India proofs. F G.50.18 

1616. ILLUSTRATIONS of Shakspere. London: 
P. Jerrard. [1854.] 12 plates. F 

Nos. i, 2 in G.50.27 

Contents. King Lear, Macbetli, Pericles, Romeo and Juliet, 
King John, Winter's tale, Tempest, Hamlet, Much ado about 
nothing, Othello, Merry Wives of Windsor. 

In the first copy the plates are colored; in the second they are 

plain. 

1617. ILLUSTRATIONS. Scrap-book. 163 pp. F 

G.4050.2 

Contains 277 separate engravings, from editions of Shake- 
speare, and other works, newspapers, numerous portraits of 
Shakespeare and various actors, views of Stratford, sheets of 
music, old play-bills, etc. No. 113 is "Mr. Woodward in the 
character of Mercutio." No. 180 is "A fancy sketch to the mem- 
ory of Shakespeare," by I. Cruikshank, dated Feb. 18, 1797. 

1618. ILLUSTRATIONS. * Scrap-book. 35 plates. 
F C.A.4.1 

Contains Mortimer's heads, and engravings by Stothard and 
others. 

1619. ILLUSTRATIONS. Scrap-book. 123 plates. 
F G.52.3 

Miscellaneous engravings from the various collections of 
Smirke, Thurston, Stothard, and the ilfustrated editions of 
Shakespeare, together with a few phptographs of actors. 

1620. ILLUSTRATIONS. Scrap-books. 2 v. F 

G.40a.3 

Miscellaneous engravings, including Mortimer's heads, many 
from the Boydell gallery, and Chodowiecky's illustrations, and 
the " Shakspere portfolio." 

1621. ILLUSTRATIONS pour les ceuvres de Shak- 
speare. Paris. Baudry. 1844. 80 plates. Port- 
folio. G.Cab.1.12 

There is an additional half-title in Knglish, and the title on 
the cover is " Galerie de Shakspere." The engravings are by 
CJeoffroy and others, chiefly French artists. 

. IRELAND, S. Picturesque views on the Avon. 

JUNKER, H. Scenen aus Shakespeare's Dramen. 

KAUFFMAN, A. Birth and Tomb of Shakespeare. 

KAULBACH, W. v. Shakspere Gallerie. 

KONEWKA, P. Falstaff and his companions. 

LINDENSCHMITT, W. Shakespeare and the litera- 
ture of England. 

LITERARY and graphical illustrations. 

LIVERSEEGE, H. Engravings from his works. 

MACLISE, D. Shakspeare's Seven ages. 

MEADOWS, K. Etchings. 

MORTIMER, J. H. Characters to illustrate Shake- 
speare. 

NEIL, S. The home of Shakespeare. 

PALMER, H. L. The Stratford gallery. 

PECHT, F. Shakespeare-Galerie. 

PICTORIAL illustrations of Shakespeare. (Quar- 
terly review, Oc5t., 1876. London.} 5378.1.142 
PILOTY, 'C. v. Shakespeare-Gallerie. 

PLANCHE, J. R. Costume of As you like it. 

Costume of Henry iv. 

Costume of King John. 

Twelve designs for the costume of Richard in. 
PORTRAITS. 



REPTON, H. The Bee. 

RETZSCH, F. A. M. Outlines to Shakspere. 
RUHL, L. S. Skizzen zu Shakspeare's Werken. 
SARGENT, G. F. Book of Shakespeare gems. 
SELOUS, H. C. Outlines to Shakspeare's Tem- 
pest. 

SEVEN ages. Nos. 984, 985, 987-990. 
SEYMOUR, R. New readings of old authors. 

1622. SHAKSPEARE-Album. Sammtliche Cos- 
tiimfiguren aus dem Shakspearefest, veranstaltet 
am 23. April 1864 von der Kiinstler-Gesellschaft 
"Malkasten" in Diisseldorf. Photographirt und 
herausgegeben von Gebr. G. und A. Overbeck in 
Diisseldorf. Shakspeare-album containing all the 
characters in costume, as represented at the Shak- 
speare-festival celebrated April 23th \sic~\ 1864 by 
the " Malkasten " society of artists at Diisseldorf. 
Photographed and published by G. and A. Overbeck 
at Diisseldorf. G.3942.24 

Sixty-four characters are represented. 

1623. SHAKSPEARE-Album. H. Graf. Berlin. 
8 G.3952.17 

Forty -eight photographs of German actors in Shakespearian 
characters, together with the photograph of a bust of Shake- 
speare. 

1624. SnAKSPEARE-Gallerie. Illustrationen zu 
Shakspeare's dramatischen Werken. Nach Zeich- 
nungen englischer und franzosischer Kiinstler in 
Chemitypie ausgefiihrt von C. Piil in der Graphi- 
schen Anstalt von G. H. Friedlein in Leipzig. 
Vierzig Chemitypien nebst einem von G. Schlick in 
Leipziger Metall ausgefuhrten Portrait und Fac- 
simile Shakspeare's. Mit einem begleitenden Texte, 
enthaltend : eine kurze Analyse sammtlicher Stiicke, 
die zu den dargestellten Scenen gehorenden Stellen 
in englischer und deutscher Sprache, und eine Bio- 
graphie Shakspeare's. Leipzig, G. H. Friedlein. 
1847. (6), vi, 161 pp. 8 G.3952.13 ; G.3952.14 

1625. SHAKSPERE gallery of engravings : in- 
tended as a supplementary volume, or to illustrate 
all existing editions of the works of the immortal 
bard of Avon : with essays on the plays of the great 
poet, forming a history of the sources from which 
he derived his subjects, and a critical analysis of 
every drama produced by his inspired pen. London 
printing and publishing co., London [1853?]. L. 8 

G.3952.11 

There is also an engraved title-page which reads, " Tallis's 
Shakspere gallery ... J. Tallis and co., London." This 
work is merely a reprint of the introductions of " Tallis's Li- 
brary edition," No. So, with the portraits in character of actors, 
see No. 962. There are added short memoirs of E. Forrest, G. 
V. Brooke, and a Proem. 



1626. 

script. 



SHAKSPEARE illustrative index. Manu- 
* G.3951.40 



Apparently an index of engravings in some extended edition 
of Shakespeare. 

1627. [SHAKSPEARE portfolio. London. 1821- 
36.] 97 plates. F G.Cab.1.7 

This collection includes Smirke's "Illustrations" and pic- 
tures by Uwins, Briggs, Westall, Corbould, Brockenden, Ste- 
phanoff, Robinson, Cooper, Stothard, Leslie, Hilton, Hayter, 
Fradelle, West, Craig, Clint, E. Smith, Wedgwood and Outrain. 
36 of these plates, mostly proofs, are also to be found in 6.50.21. 

1628. SHAKESPERIAN tableaux. London : P. 
Jerrard. [1854.] 14 ff. 8 G.3952.10 

Twelve 
passage fi 
ettes. 



: pictures accompanied on the opposite page " by the 
rom the play, printed in gold," with miniature vign- 



SINGLETON, H. Catalogue of cabinet pictures. 
SMIRKE, R. Illustrations to Shakspeare. 
Seven ages of man. 



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Illustrations Insanity 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



STEPHENS, H. L. Illustrations of the poets. 
STRATFORD-UPON-AVON. 

A large part of the works on Stratford are illustrated. 

TAYLOR, C. Picturesque beauties of Shakspeare. 
THURSTON, J. An illustration of Shakespeare. 

Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

Shakespeare's dramas. 

WILSON, T. Analysis of the illustrated Shak- 
speare. 

In 0.3940.4 are numerous cuttings from newspapers, pro- 
spectuses, two autograph letters and other matter relative to 
illustrations of Shakespeare. 

Imaginary conversation. See W. G. Dix. 
Immortality. 

1629. The immortality of Shakespeare. In 
which is introduced an episode. London : S. High- 
ley. 1784. 16 pp. 4 No. 6 in G.60a.21 
Imogen, the peerless. See M. C. CLARKE. Girl- 
hood of Shakespeare's heroines. 

Imperfect hints. See S. FELTON. 

Iiiarco Celenio, pseudonym of L. F. de MORATIN. 

Inchbald, Elizabeth, 1753-1821. 

Editor of "The British theatre," Nos. 140 and 
142, "Antony and Cleopatra," No. 164, "As you 
like it," Nos. 179, 180, "Comedy of errors," No. 190, 
" Coriolanus," No. 198, " Cymbeline," Nos. 214, 
216, "Hamlet," Nos. 236, 238, " Henry iv," Nos. 
279, 287, "Henry vin," Nos. 308, 309, 311, "Julius 
Caesar," Nos. 324, 325, 327, "King John," Nos. 349, 
351, "King Lear," Nos. 376, 377, 379, "Macbeth," 
Nos. 400, 401, "Measure for measure," Nos. 432, 
433, 435, "Merchant of Venice," No. 444, "Merry 
wives of Windsor," Nos. 473, 474, 476, "Much ado 
about nothing," No. 509, " Othello," Nos. 529, 531, 
" Richard in," Nos. 583, 585, " Romeo and Juliet," 
No. 607, "Taming of the shrew," No. 6243, " Tem- 
pest," Nos. 658, 660, and " Winter's tale," Nos. 688, 
689, 691. 

Infant vision of Shakspeare. See A. HARRISON. 
Infelice amore. See CLIZIA. 
Ingannati, Gl'. 

1630. II sacrificio comedia, de gli intronati. 
Celebrato ne i givochi di vno carneuale in Siena. 
Di nuouo corretta, & ristampata. In Vinegia. 
Presso Domenico Caualcalupo. 1585. 69, (3) ff. 
Sm. 8 No. 5 in G.4074.11.1 

Upon this play Shakespeare founded "Twelfth night." The 
Sacrificio is a sort of musical prelude, consisting of songs ac- 
companied by sacrifices, to the play which follows under its 
proper title " Gl' Ingannati." This copy, which formerly be- 
longed to B. H. Bright, is the one referred to by the Rev. Joseph 
Hunter in the following passage from his "New illustrations," 
vol. i, p. 398. " I could almost persuade myself that the very 
volume in which the Sacrificio was first found by me had once 
been Shakespeare's, and that it contained the identical copies of 
the Inganni of Gonzaga, and the Ingannati or Sacrificio of the 
Thunderstruck Academicians, which had been used by him. It 
was at least a singular circumstance that they should be found 
bound together in the same volume, and the singularity was en- 
hanced by the circumstance that another of the five comedies in 
the volume was the V'iluppo, in which one of the characters is 
designated in the persona as Orsino inamorato." 

1631. Same. Gl' ingannati. The deceived : a 
comedy performed at Siena in 1531 : and Aelia 
Laelia Crispis. By T. L. Peacock. London : Chap- 
man and Hall. 1862. 78 pp. Sm. 8 G.4074.14 

A translation is given of those parts only of the play which 
bear a resemblance to " Twelfth night." 

Inganni, Gl'. 

GONZAGA, G. Gl' inganni. 

SECCHI, N. Gl' inganni. 
Ingleby, Clement Mansfield, 1823 . 

1632. A complete view of the Shakspere contro- 
versy, concerning the authenticity and genuineness 



of manuscript matter affecting the works and biog- 
raphy of Shakspere, published by Mr. J. Payne Col- 
lier as the fruits of his researches. By C. M. In- 
gleby. London: Nattali and Bond. 1861. xvi, 
350, (i) pp. Fac-similes. 8 G.3920.18; 6595.1 

Of this work J. R. Smith writes to Mr. Barton, under date of 
Feb. 23, 1861 (No. 43 in 6.52.9.3), " After a few copies got out, 
the frontispiece was suppressed at my instigation." 6.3920.18 
contains this suppressed frontispiece and an autograph letter of 
Wm. Sandys, author of "Christmas carols," etc., dated Jan. 5, 
1861. 6595 i is without the frontispiece and has a slip of "Addi- 
tional corre<5lir>ns." A "Bibliography of the controversy" is 
contained on pp. 339-348. 

The obsolete phraseology of Shakespeare. (Eng- 
lishman's magazine, April, 1865. London.} 

No. 18 in G.62.2 

On some peculiarities of Shakespeare's language. 
(Englishman's magazine, Nov., 1865. London.} 

No. 18 in G.62.2 

1633. Shakespeare's centurie of prayse : being 
materials for a history of opinion on Shakespeare 
and his works, culled from writers of the first cen- 
tury after his rise. London : Triibner and co. 1874. 
xx, 362 pp. 4 6591.9 

Only 250 copies were printed. 

1634. The Shakspeare fabrications, or, the MS. 
notes of the Perkins folio shown to be of recent ori- 
gin. With an appendix on the authorship of the 
Ireland forgeries. By C. Mansfield Ingleby. Lon- 
don : y. R. Smith. 1899. xxviii, 116 pp. Fac- 
simile. 8 G13920.17 ; 2598.20 ; 2598.27 

0.3920.17 contains an autograph letter of the author, dated 
June 13, 1859, in relation to the publication of this work. 

1635. Shakespeare the man and the book: be- 
ing a collection of occasional papers on the bard 
and his writings. Part the first. By C. M. Ingleby. 
London: Triibner and co. 1877. (8), 171 pp. Sm. 
4, 1. p. G.74.14 

Three of these papers are reprinted from the "Transactions 
of the Royal society of literature." 

. The still lion. An essay towards the restoration 
of Shakespeare's text. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 
1867.) 

1636. Same. Shakespeare hermeneutics, or the 
still lion, being an essay towards the restoration of 
Shakespeare's text. By C. M. Ingleby. London : 
Triibner and co. 1875. (6), 168 pp. Sm. 4 

4594.6 

Inserted is an autograph letter of the author, dated Oct. 30, 
1876, relating to the edition of 1874, which was presented by him 
to the New Shakspere society. 

The text of Shakespeare. (Englishman's maga- 
zine, Jan., 1865. London.^ 

No. i in G.3930.11 ; No. 18 in G.62.2 

HALPIN, N. J. Dramatic unities. 

NEW Shakspere society. Shakspere allusion 
books. Series iv. 
Ingram, John Kells. 

On the "weak endings" of Shakspere, with some 
account of the history of the verse-tests in general. 
(New Shakspere society. Transactions, 1874. Se- 
ries i.) 

Ingratitude of a commonwealth. See No. 207. 
Innocentia, tragico Comoedia. See M. KONGEHL. 
Insanity. 

BIGELOW, H. R. Hamlet's insanity. 

BUCKNILL. J. C. Mad folk of Shakespeare. 

FARREN, G. Illustrations of the progress of 
mania. 

HAMLET. 

HENSE, C. C. Die Darstellung der Seelenkrank- 
heiten. 



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SHAKESPEARIANA 



Insanity Ireland 



KELLOGG, A. O. Shakspeare's delineations of 
insanity. 

KING Lear. 

MACBETH. 

RAY, I. Shakespeare's delineations of insanity. 
Insects. PATTERSON, R. Letters on the insets. 
Interview; or Jack FalstafFs ghost. See No. 1371. 
Introduction to the school of Shakespeare. See 

W. KENRICK. 

Invader of his country. A tragedy. See No. 208. 
Ireland, Samuel, 1800. 

1637. An investigation of Mr. Malone's claim to 
the character of scholar, or critic, being an exam- 
ination of his Inquiry into the authenticity of the 
Shakspeare manuscripts, etc. By Samuel Ireland. 
London: R. Faulder. [1797]- vi, (2), 153, (i) pp. 
8 G.3953.27 ; G.3953.28 ; No. 2 in 2597.8 

6.3953.27 and 2597.8 have the cancelled pages i, 2. 

1638. Miscellaneous papers and legal instru- 
ments under the hand and seal of William Shak- 
speare : including the tragedy of King Lear and a 
small fragment of Hamlet, from the original MSS. in 
the possession of Samuel Ireland, of Norfolk street. 
London : Egerton. 1796. (6), 14, (47), 107, 7 pp. 
Portraits. F G.50.28 ; 2590.10 

Ireland's proposals for the publication of this work, dated 
March 4, 1795, are inserted in 0.50.28. 

1639. Same. London : Egerton. 1796- xix, 
(32), 156, 7 PP- P^te. 8 

G.3953.23; No. i in 2597.8 

The contents of this edition appear to be the same as in the 
folio edition, the fac-similes contained in the latter being, with 
one exception, omitted. 

1640. Mr. Ireland's vindication of his conduct, 
respecting the publication of the supposed Shak- 
speare MSS. being a preface or introduction to a 
reply to the critical labors of Mr. Malone, in his 
" Enquiry into the authenticity of certain papers, 
etc. etc." London : Faulder and Robson. 1796. 
iv, 48 pp. 8 G.3953.21 ; No. 3 in 2597.8 ; 2597.35 

1641. Picturesque views on the upper, or War- 
wickshire Avon, from its source at Naseby to its 
junction with the Severn at Tewkesbury : with ob- 
servations on the public buildings, and other works 
of art in its vicinity. By Samuel Ireland. London : 
/?. Faulder. 1795. xviii, 284, (i) pp. 30 plates. 
2 portraits. 8 G.50.8 ; G.3952.3 

0.50.8 is on large paper, and has, in addition, outline proofs 
of all but four of the plates. Only sixty copies were printed on 
large paper. 

Mr. Ireland " navigated down this poetic and enchanting 
stream, attended by a very modest and well-informed man, Mr. 
John Jordan, who is by trade a wheelwright, and possesses con- 
siderable knowledge in history and antiquity, and is also no 
mean poet . . . Having a retentive memory, his knowledge of 
parochial antiquity all around him is wonderful. It was Mr. 
Jordan who gave Mr. Ireland his first information, on which he 
created his visionary falsehood." Gentleman's magazine, Oft., 
1800. 

Ireland, Samuel William Henry, 1777-1835. 

1642. Ireland's Shaksperiana. A. D. 1796. Wm. 
H v. Ireland. (24) ff. Manuscript. 4 G.166.4 

Contents. Signatures to mortgage deed of Shakspear and 
Fraser; Signature of Elizabeth ; Of Lord Southampton ; Memo- 
randum of fifty pounds received from Lord Leicester; Of play- 
ing before Lord Leicester; Signatures to the agreement between 
Shakspear and Lowin ; To the agreement between Shakspear 
and Condell; To the deed of trust; To the deed of gift to Ire- 
land; Promissory note to John Heminges; Receipt of John 
Heminges; First leaf of Vortigern. 

One of Ireland's duplicate set of forgeries, bought from the 
collection of Edward Astle, all mounted and signed by him 
" W. H. I." Opposite the signature of Queen Elizabeth is a 
note by Ireland giving the origin of the forged letter of the 
Queen to Shakespeare. Inserted at the -beginning of the vol- 
ume is an undated letter, which closes with, " Pray excuse this 
scrawl, but I have had another night without a moment's sleep, 
and am more like a man drunk than in his senses." 



1643. An authentic account of the Shaksperian 
manuscripts, etc. By W. H. Ireland. London: J. 
Debrett, 1796. (2), 43 pp. 8 

No. 6 in G.3824.4; G.3953.20; 2597.28 

1644. The confessions of William Henry Ireland. 
Containing the particulars of his fabrication of the 
Shakspeare manuscripts; together with anecdotes 
and opinions (hitherto unpublished) of many dis- 
tinguished persons in the literary, political, and the- 
atrical world. London, T- Goddard. 1805. (8), 
317, (17) pp. Frontispiece. 8 

G.3953.32 ; G.3953.33 ; 2598.5 

0.3953.32 belonged to John Caley, F. A. S , who has written 
upon the fly-leaf. "The passage in p. 225 alluding to me is not 
correct. I certainly did make many objections to the Papers, 
and upon the whole did NOT conceive them the productions of 
the Period to which they were ascribed, and it was for this rea- 
son I never would subscribe to their authenticity. J. C." 

0.3953.33 belonged to Jno. Jones, Gray's Inn, who has written 
upon the fly-leaf, "A friend, from whom I had the following 
verses, informed me, that in the year 1796 Mr. Ireland was in 
the neighbourhood of Welch pool," Montgomeryshire, and being 
upon a visit at John Winder's Esq. of Venor Hall, Mrs. Winder 
requested Mr. Ireland to write a few lines on Avarice in the 
Shaksperian style ; which he did impromptu as follows." There 
follow forty-two lines in blank verse, beginning 

"Men's minds I liken to an ague fit, 
That parches up the flesh with fev'rous heat." 

1645. Same. A new edition with an introduc- 
tion by Richard Grant White and additional fac- 
similes. New York : jf. W. Bouton. 1874. xxxi, 
( 6 )> 3 X 7 (*7) PP- 5 plates. 12 6597.20. 

In the Introduction is given an account of the Shakespeare 
forgeries by Peter Cunningham; see No. 1274. 

1646. Henry the second, an historical drama, 
supposed to be written by the author of Vortigern. 
London: J. Barker. 1799. (2), iii, (i), 77, (i) 
pp. 8 G.3953.13 ; No. 2 in G.4016.37 

Upon the title-page of 0.3953.13 is written " My own copy for 
corrections, &c. Wni. Hy Ireland." It is interleaved ana con- 
tains manuscript notes, together with an autograph letter from 
George Chalmers, dated Feb. 6, 1810, on the back of which is 
written the answer of Ireland, dated Feb. 17, 1810, in which he 
says, " With respect to my Confessions, as truth is after all the 
sterling criterion, I sincerely trust I shall profit by past experi- 
ence." 

1647. Vortigern, an historical tragedy, in five 
ac"ls ; represented at the Theatre Royal, Drury 
Lane, on Saturday, April 2, 1796. London : J. Bar- 
ker. 1799. xi, (i), 77 pp. 8 No. i in G.4016.37 

This copy is bound with " Henry the second," with a title- 
page covering both plays, but without a date. The preface was 
written by Samuel Ireland. 

1648. Same. Vortigern ; an historical play ; with 
an original preface. By W. H. Ireland. Represented 
at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on Saturday, 
April 2, 1796, as a supposed newly-discovered drama 
of Shakspeare. London: J. Thomas. 1832. (2), 
xv, (i), 58pp. Fac-simile. 8 G.3953.14 ; 2597.31 

ARNOLD, T. J. The Ireland forgeries. (Fraser's 
magazine, Aug., 1860. London.} No. 4inG.3953.29 

BOADEN, J. A letter to George Steevens. 

CATALOGUE of books . . . Shakespearian papers. 
See No. 1048. 

CHALMERS, G. An apology for the believers. 

A supplemental apology. 

DUDLEY, Sir H. B. Passages selected. 

ESCHENBERG, J. J. Uebcr den vorgeblichen 
Fund. 

1649. FAMILIAR verses, from the ghost of Willy 
Shakspeare to Sammy Ireland. To which is added, 
Prince Robert : an auncient ballad. London : R. 
White. 1796. 16 pp. 8 No. i in G.3953.29 

On the title-page of this copy is written " By G. M. Wood- 
ward." Lowndes says it is by him "or by Orton." 

LAWRENCE, F. Remarkable literary impostures. 



Ireland Jacox 



SHAKESPEARFANA 



LEA, H. C. Ireland and the Shakspere forgeries. 
MAI.ONE, E. Inquiry into the authenticity of cer- 
tain Miscellaneous papers. 

1650. PRECIOUS relics ; or the tragedy of Vorti- 
gern rehearsed. A dramatic piece. In two acts. 
Written in imitation of The critic. As performed at 
the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. London : Dcbret, 
Hookham, and Clarke. 1796. 62pp. 8 G.4016.38 

This piece was published, but not acted, on March 15, 1796, in 
anticipation of the appearance of Vortigern, which was acted 
April 2. In it the failure of the play is predicted, and its char- 
acter as a forgery hinted at. 

SHAKSPEARE Ireland forgeries. (London review, 
Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1860.) No. 15 in G.60a.l7 

1651. VORTIGERN under consideration ; with 
general remarks on Mr. James Boaden's Letter to 
George Steevens, relative to the manuscripts, draw- 
ings, seals, etc., ascribed to Shakespeare, and in 
the possession of Samuel Ireland. London : H. 
Lowndes. 1796. 67 pp. 8 G.3953.22 

Ascribed in the Birmingham Catalogue to \V. C. Oulton. 

WALDRON, F. G. Free reflections on Miscellane- 
ous papers. 

WEBB, F. Shakspeare's manuscripts. 
WHITE. J. Original letters of Falstaff. 
WYATT, M ? A comparative review. 

In 0.3953.29 are numerous newspaper cuttings, chiefly from 
the " Gentleman's magazine," relative to the Ireland forgeries. 
No. i in 0.3950.21.1 is a portion of a sales catalogue containing 
a very full list of the Ireland publications. Another collection, 
sold in 1812, may be found in Manson's catalogue, No. i in 
0-39S'-'S- 

Irving, John Henry Brodribb, 1838 . 

Shakspearian notes. I. The third murderer in 
"Macbeth." n. Hamlet and Ophelia. (Nineteenth 
century, March, May, 1877. London.) 7265.5.1 

There is a portrait of Irving as Hamlet in " L'art," 15 avril, 
1877, 7350 2.9, and another in Vanity Fair, for Dec. 19, 1874, 
7250.4; also in Vanity fair album, 2570.50. 

CAINE, T. H. H. Richard in and Macbeth. 

DREWRY, I. L. Henry Irving's " Hamlet." 

HAMLET. (Blackwood's magazine, April, 1879. 
Edinburgh.} 3170.1.125 

KENNEY, C. L. Mr. Irving in Hamlet. 

THE NEW Hamlet. (Tinsley's magazine, Dec., 
1874. London.) 7246.1.15 

THE NEW Hamlet and his critics, by A. Templar. 
(Macmillan's magazine, Jan., 1871;. London.) 

No. 24 in G.72.7.1 

OPHELIA and Hamlet, Act 3, scene i. A rejoin- 
der to An actor's Notes on Shakespeare. (Temple 
bar, March, 1878. London.) 7325.1.52 

RUSSELL, E. R. Irving as Hamlet. 

SETON, M. Recent Shakespearian revivals. 
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. 

Boar's Head Tavern, Eastcheap ; Stratford-on- 
Avon. In his Sketch-book. Neiv York, 1860. 12 

G.3643.2 

In 0.3952.2 are copies of these essays cut from an illustrated 
edition of the "Sketch-book." Nos. 2 and 3 in 0.3922.1 are 
copies of the same essays cut from the London edition of 1820. 

Irwin, J. O. 

Shakspeare's religious belief. (Overland month- 
ly, Aug., Sept., 1875. San Francisco.) 5223.1.15 
Irwin, T. 

FalstaflTs wake. (Dublin university magazine, 
Feb., 1864.) No. ii in G.3930.10; No. 6 in G.62.1 
Isaac, Hermann. 

Zu den Sonetten Shakspere's. (Archiv fur das 
Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, B. 
59-62, 1878-79. Braunschu-eig) 3358.1.59-62 



136 



Isabella; the votaress. See M. C. CLARKE. Girl- 
hood of Shakespeare's heroines. 

Italic et 1'Angleterre. See W. BECKFORD. 

Italy. ELZE, T. Italienische Skizzen. 

Jack of Dover, his quest of inquirie, or his privy 
search for the veriest fool in England. London, 
W. Ferbrand. 1604. /;/ HAZLITT, W. C. Shake- 
speare jest-books, vol. 2. 

Jacke Drums entertainment: or the comedie of 
Pasquill and Katherine. London, 1601. 4 

G.3923.18 

Possibly referred to in "All's well that ends well," act 3, 
scene 6. 

Same. In SIMPSON, R. The school of Shak- 
speare, vol. 2. 
Jackson, J. W. 

Ethnologv and phrenology as an aid to the biog- 
rapher. Shakspeare. (Anthropological review, 
May, 1864 London.) 

No. 4 in G.3940.5 ; No. 16 in G.62.2 
Jackson, William, 1730-1803. 

Thirty letters on various subjects. London. 1791;. 
8 G.3922.4 

Letter 23 is " Passages in ShaKespeare explained." 

Jackson, Zachariah. 

1652. The death of Falstaff. A melodrame. By 
Z. Jackson. London : printed for the author. 1820. 
(2), 58 pp. 8 G.4014.21 

This copy contains the book-plate of John Adolphus. 

1653. A few concise examples of seven hundred 
errors in Shakspeare's plays, now corrected and elu- 
cidated ; and which have afforded abundant scope 
for critical animadversion ; and hitherto held at de- 
fiance the penetration of all Shakspeare's commen- 
tators. By Zachariah Jackson. London : J. Har- 
per. 1818. 20 pp. 8 U 

No. i in G.3933.12; No. n in G.3930.11 

G 3933.12, which contains copies of all three editions of this 
work, belonged to Joseph Haslewood. The second copy was J. 
Britton's. 

1654. Same. Second edition, enlarged. Shak- 
speare's genius justified. A few concise examples 
of restorations and illustrations of seven hundred 
passages in Shakspeare's plays, which have afforded 
abundant scope for critical animadversion ; and 
hitherto held at defiance the penetration of all 
Shakspeare's commentators. By Z. Jackson. Lon- 
don : y. Major. 1818. 33, (i) pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3933.12 

1655. Same. Shakspeare's genius justified : be- 
ing restorations and illustrations . . . By Z. Jack- 
son. London: J. Major. 1819. xvi, 470 pp. 8 J 

No. 3 in G.3933.12 ; G.3933.13 ; 2596.4 

There is inserted in 0.3933.13 a leaf of manuscript annota- 
tions apparently by the author. 

Jacob, August. 

Translator of "Macbeth," No. 882. 
Jacob, Edward. 

Editor of " Arden of Feversham," No. 704. 
Jacox, Francis. 

About giving sorrow words. (New monthly 
magazine, Dec., 1867. London.) 5377.1.141 

About lago, and motiveless malignity. (New 
monthly magazine, Feb., 1866. London.) 

5367.1.136 

About sophisms that plain sense can neither an- 
swer nor accept. (New monthly magazine, Nov., 
1867. London.) 5377.1.141 

About the physic prescribed to pomp by ex-King 
Lear. A cue from Shakspeare. (New monthly 
magazine, July, 1867. London.) 5377.1.140 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



Jacox Jervis 



1656. Shakspeare diversions. A medley of mot- 
ley wear. [First and] second series. By Francis 
Jacox. London: Daldy, Isbister, and co. 1875, 77. 
2 v. 8 6591.11 

Contents. 1. Among the Sonnets; Among the Poems; King 
Lear; Lear and Kent; Lear, Goneril, and Retail ; Gloster and 
his sons; Lear out in the storm; Lear's madness; Lear at the 
last; Hotspur; Falstaff at Gadshill ; Falstaff on the inarch and 
in the field ; Falstaff and his creditors ; Falstaff at Eastcheap ; 
The death of Falstaff; Shallow and Silence; Index. 2. From 
Dogberry to Hamlet : Dogberry ; Leontes and Hermione ; 
Othello and Desdemona; Materia medica; Friar Laurence; 
From dining upon air to dancing on it; Polonius; Hamlet; 
Hamlet's kinsfolk and friends; Hamlet and the players; Break- 
ing up and broken off; Index. 

1657. Same. [First series.] Ne-va York : Scrib- 
ner, Welford, and Armstrong. 1875. 8 G.73.3 
This is the London edition with a new title-page. 

Jadis, H. 

See BIBLIOGRAPHY, Nos. 1049 ar >d IO 5- 
Jaffray, James. 

Graphic illustrations of Warwickshire. Birming- 
ham, 1862. 4 G.60.28 
Jahrbuch der deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. 

See DEUTSCHE Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. 
James I. of England, 1566-1625. 

WAKE, Sir I. Rex platonicus. 

The portrait in vol. i of Pope's edition of Shakespeare, No. 14, 
is said to be that of James I. 

Jameson, Anna Murphy, 1797-1860. 

1658. Characteristics of women, moral, poetical, 
and historical. With fifty vignette etchings. By 
Mrs. Jameson. In two volumes. London : Saunders 
and Otley. 1832. 12 G.3935.8 

Contents. \. Introduction; Characters of intellect: Portia; 
Isabella ; Beatrice ; Rosalind ; Characters of passion and im- 
agination : Juliet; Helena; Perdita; Viola; Ophelia; Miranda. 
2. Characters of the affections: Hermione; Desdemona; Imo- 
gen; Cordelia; Historical characters : Cleopatra; Octavia; Vo- 
lumnia; Constance of Bretagne; Elinor of Guienne; Blanche 
of Castile; Margaret of Anjou; Katherine of Arragon; Lady 
Macbeth. 

"All the etchings are by the author, without exception. A.J." 
Inserted in vol. i is the author's autograph. 

1659. Same. In two volumes. Third edition. 
Corrected and enlarged. London. Saunders and 
Otley. 1835. 8 3574.7 

1660. Same. By Anna Jameson. The author's 
edition. Illustrated by a series of her own vignette 
etchings, with a new preface, original notes and 
other important additions. New York : Saunders 
and Otley. 1837. (2), viii, 382 pp. 12 

6575.68; 3577.64 

1661. Same. By Mrs. Jameson. From the last 
London edition. Boston : Ticknor and Fields. 
1866. 467 pp. Frontispiece, Miranda by Hayter. 
16 6578.26 

The vignettes are omitted. 

Same. Shakspeare's weibliche Charaktere von 
Mrs. Jameson. Uebersetzt von Ernst Ortlepp. In 
Nachtrage zu Shakspeare's Werken, vol. 4, No. 917. 

Romance of biography. London, 1837. 8 

G.3935.9.1 

Chap. 15 in vol. i is " On the love of Shakspeare." 

CHARACTERISTICS of women. (Blackwood's mag- 
azine, Jan., Feb., March, April, 1833. Edinburgh.) 

3150.1.33 
Jancke, Theodor. 

Editor of ''Julius Cresar," No. 334. 
Janer, Florencio ( ?). 

Translator of " Essay on the writings and genius 
of Shakespear, by E. MONTAGU." 
Jariges, Carl Friedrich von, pseudonym, Beaure- 

gard Pandin. 1773-1826. 



Translator of " Comedy of errors," " King Lear,' 
No. 836, and of "Troilus and Cressida," No. 901. 
Jarvis, J. 

1662. Correct detail of the ceremonies attending 
the Shakspearean gala, celebrated at Stratford-upon- 
Avon, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, April 
23, 24, and 25, 1827; together with some account of 
" Garrick's jubilee," in 1769; by J. Jarvis. Strat- 
ford-upon-Avon : J. Bacon. [1827.] 30 pp. Fron- 
tispiece. 8 G.3942.13 
Jarvis, John William. 

1663. The glyptic, or musee phusee glyptic: a 
scrap book of jottings from Stratford-on-Avon and 
elsewhere, with an attempt at description of Henry 
Jones's museum, by John W. Jarvis. Illustrated 
with eighty-five woodcuts engraved by W. J. Welch, 
from original drawings by John Williams, including 
a few selected from Thomas Bewick's works. Lon- 
don : J. R. Smith. 1875. in pp. 8 G.76.13 
Jemmat, Catherine. 

On seeing Mr. Barry perform the parts of Othello, 
Romeo, Jaffier, and Castalio. In her Miscellanies. 
London, 1766. 4 G.3947.5 

Jencken, Ferdinand. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 863. 
Jenkin, Fleeming. 

Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth. From contempo- 
rary notes by George Joseph Bell. (Nineteenth 
century, Feb., 1878. London.) 7265.5.3 

Jennens, Charles, 1698-1773. 

Editor of "Hamlet," No. 232, "Julius Ciesar," 
No. 323, "King Lear," No. 361, "Macbeth," No. 
394, and "Othello," No. 525. 
Jephson, John Mounteney, 1865. 

1664. Shakespere : his birthplace, home, and 
grave. A pilgrimage to Stratford-on-Avon in the 
autumn of 1863. By J. M. Jephson. With photo- 
graphic illustrations by Ernest Edwards. A contri- 
bution to the tercentenary commemoration of the 
poet's birth. London: L. Reeve and co. 1864. ix, 
(i), 203 pp. 4 G.3943.34 

Editor of "The tempest," Nos. 639 and 642. 

The "Glossary" in the "Globe edition," No. 124, was pre- 
pared byj. M. Jephson. 

Jeremiah, John. 

1665. Notes on Shakespeare, and memorials of 
the Urban club. Comprising a succindt account of 
the life and times of the great dramatist; also a his- 
tory of the Urban club, and an account of the Boar's 
head feast and ceremonies formerly observed at St. 
John's gate. By John Jeremiah. [Subscriber's 
copy.] London: Clayton and co. 1876. 129, (i) 
pp. Portrait. Illustrated. 8 G.73.17 

There is an Appendix, paged continuously with the rest 
of the work, but with a separate title-page, "Memorials of the 
Urban club, St. John's gate, Clerkenwell : being a complete col- 
lection of the programmes and circulars since the first issued on 
April 24th, 1875, to July 7th, 1876." 

Jerningham, Edward, 1727-1812. 

The Shakspeare gallery, a poem. By Mr. Jern- 
ingham. London: 7"- Robson. 1791. (8), 24 pp. 
4 o G.3947.22 

Jervis, Swynfen, 1797-1867. 

1666. A dictionary of the language of Shak- 
speare. Bv Swynfen Jervis. London: J.R. Smith. 
1868. (4) ,"374 pp. 4 4591.10 

The preface is by A. Dyce, who after the author's death re- 
vised the proof-sheets of the latter half of the Dictionary. 

1667. Proposed emendations of the text of Shak- 
speare's plays. With confirmatory and illustrative 
passages from the poet's works and those of his 
contemporaries. By Swynfen Jervis. London : 



18 12 > '. '79 



'37 



Jervis Jonson 



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Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts. 1860. 
27 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3924.1 

Inserted is an autograph letter from the author dated Nov. 4, 
1860. 

1668. Same. Second edition, revised and cor- 
rected. London : Longman, Green, Longman, and 
Roberts. 1861. 19 pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3924.1 

Many of the emendations proposed in the first are omitted in 
the second edition. 

Jest-books. 

HAZLITT, W. C. Shakespeare jest-books. 

SHAKSPEARE'S jest book. (Retrospective re- 
view, Aug., 1854. 'London.} 

No. 23 in G.3930.10; G.3842.1.18 

SPECIMEN of a new jest book . . . Also annota- 
tions upon Shakespear. By Marcus Spermaceti 
the elder. London, 1810. 8 G.3945.9 

Jesters. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare's philosophers and 
jesters. 

FOOLS. 

Jew of Venice. See Nos. 462 and 463. 
John a Kent and John a Cumber. See A. MUNDAY. 
Johnson, Charles. 

History of the lives and actions of the most 
famous highwaymen. Birmingham, 1742. F 

G.60.6 

Contains an extended account of Sir John Falstaff. 

Johnson, Charles, 1679-1748. 

" Love in a forest," No. 188, and "The cobler of 
Preston," Nos. 618 and 619. 
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. 

1669. Miscellaneous observations on the tragedy 
of Macbeth : with remarks on Sir T[homas] H[an- 
merj's edition of Shakespear. To which is affix'd 
Proposals for a new edition of Shakeshear [s/'c], 
with a specimen. London : E. Cave. 1745. (2), 
64 pp. Folded page. 12 G.3925.25 

Contains manuscript notes, of which this is the last: " Most 
of this man's emendations are pretty tolerable, and many of them 
very necessary." 

Same. In the. Additional volume to the works of 
S. Johnson. London, 1792. 8 G.3947.38 

Same. In his Works, vol. 5. Oxford, 1825. 8 

G.3873.2.5 

1670. Mr. Johnson's Preface to his edition of 
Shakespear's plays. London : J. and R. Tonson. 
1765. Ixxii pp. 8 G.3932.1 

Same. In his Works, vol. 5. Oxford, 1825. 8 

G.3873.2.5 

This preface is to be found in the following editions of Shake- 
speare's works, Nos. 23, 27, 31, 32, 39, 40, 41, 42,44, 47, 48, 49,51, 
54, 55, 56, 59, 61, 67, loo, 136, and in Bell's edition, London, 1787, 
0.86.5.11. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 23. . 

A large number of the editions of Shakespeare, for seventy 
years at least after the publication of this edition, bear his name 
upon the title-page. 

BARCLAY, J. Examination of Kenrick's Review. 

KENRICK, W. Review of Johnson's edition of 
Shakespeare. 
Jolley, T. 

See BIBLIOGRAPHY, No. 1051. 
Jolly Goshawk, ballad. See K. P. SCHULZE. 
Jones, George, 1810 . 

1671. Dedicated to the King, by the especial per- 
mission of his majesty. The first annual jubilee 
oration upon the life, character, and genius of Shak- 
speare. Delivered at Stratford-upon-Avon, April 
23rd, 1836. Before the Royal Shakspearian club. 
Written and pronounced by George Jones, the 



American tragedian. Third edition. London: E. 
Churton. 1836. 52 pp. 8 G.3942.18 

On the fly-leaf is written a note from the author to Mr. Bar- 
ton asking his acceptance of the work. 

Same. The first jubilee oration upon the life, 
character, and genius of Shakspeare. Originally 
pronounced at Stratford-upon-Avon, April 23, 1836, 
before the Royal Shaksperian institute, and the mu- 
nicipal authorities. By George Jones. Fourth edi- 
tion. In his Tecumseh and the prophet of the west. 
London, 1844. 8 G.3942.19 

A preface is added to this edition. 

1672. The pilgrim of Avon. By Leigh Cliffe, 
author of "The skeptic." London: Simpkin and 
Marshall. 1836. (8), 24 pp. 8 

G.3947.33 ; No. 4 in G.3942.28 

The work is dedicated to George Jones "by his sincere 
friend, the author," but is undoubtedly his own production. 
Upon the half-title of 0.3942.28 is written "Mrs. Britton, with 
the sincere regards of the author." No. S in 0.3942.28 is a broad- 
side " Memoir of George Jones, Esq., the American tragedian," 
signed L. C., on the back of which is written, " Left at the door 
by 'The American tragedian' himself. May 6, 1836. J. W. B. 
Written, I believe, by one Leigh Cliffe." In No. 17 in 
0.3930.13.1 is a photograph of this person, and an autograph 
letter to Mr. Barton, dated April 13, 1864, both signed "The 
Count Joannes," together with cards and other matter relating 
to him. 

MR. George Jones the American tragedian. (The 
literary, Nov. 15, 1836. New-York.} 

No. 17 in G.3930.13.1 

A notice of the Oration. 

Jones, Henry, 1770. 

1673. Ode to Shakespear, in honor of the Jubi- 
lee. By Henry Jones. [ Wolverhampton : printed 
by T. Smith.'} 1769. 6 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3942.1 

Though paged independently, it is included in the title-page 
of his " Arcana, a poem," and was printed with it. 

1674. Same. By the late Henry Jones. ^Bris- 
tol : T. Cocking. 1779.] 6pp. 4 

No. 4 in G.3942.4 

, Though paged independently, it is included in the title-page 
of his "Cliiton, a poem," and was printed with it. 

Jones, Henry, proprietor of the Glyptic museum. 

JARVIS. J. W. The glyptic. 
Jones, H. K. 

Notes of a conversation on Shakespeare's " Tem- 
pest." (Journal of speculative philosophy, July, 
1875. St. Louis ) 7521.1.9 

Held at the Jacksonville Plato club, by H. K. Jones, and 
reported by Mrs. Sarah Denmau. 

Jones, Inigo, 1572-1652. 

CUNNINGHAM, P. Inigo Jones, a life. 
Jones, John Winter, 1805 . 

Observations on the origin of the division of 
man's life into stages. (Archaeologia, vol. 35. 
London, 1853.) Illustrated. G.60.14 

1675. Same. Observations on the division of 
man's life into stages prior to the "Seven ages" of 
Shakspere. Communicated to the Society of anti- 
quaries by John Winter Jones, in a letter addressed 
to Sir Henry Ellis. London : printed by J. B. 
Nichols and sons. 1853. 25 pp. Illustrated. 4 

No. i in G.60.19 
" From the Archaeologia, vol. 35, pp. 167-189." 

1676. Same. Observations on the origin of the 
division of man's life into stages. By John Winter 
Tones. London: F. S. Ellis. 1861. (2), 23 pp. 
Illustrated. 4 No. 2 in G.60.19 
Jonson, Ben, 1574-1637. 

BEN Jonson's quarrel with Shakespeare. (North 
British review, July, 1870. Edinburgh.) 

No. 21 in G.62.2 



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Jonson Kaulbach 



This alleged quarrel, and the supposed allusions to it by Jon- 
son, are discussed at great length by Gifford in the notes to his 
edition of Jonson's works, 6.3811.1. 

CARTWRIGHT, R. Shakspere and Jonson. 
FRIESEN, H. F. v. Ben Jonson. Eine Studie. 
GILCHRIST, O. Examination of the charges. 

1677. NOTES of Ben Jonson's conversations with 
William Drummond of Hawthornden. January, 
1619. London : printed for the Shakespeare soci- 
ety. 1842. xxiv, 54 pp. 8 

G.3927.16; 4596.3; 342.7 

Edited by David Laing. Contains also the " First annual 
report " of the society. 

SOMETHING upon an old subject : or, Ben Jonson 
and William Drummond. (Eraser's magazine, 
April, 1842. London.) No. 10 in G.3940.7 

WRIGHT, C. Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. 
Jordan, John, 1809. 

1678. Welcombe hills, near Stratford upon Avon, 
a poem, historical and descriptive ; by John Jordan 
of Stratford, wheelwright. London ; S. Hooper. 
1777. 48 pp. Vignette. 4 

G.3947.12; No. 5 in G.60a.21 

IRELAND, S. Picturesque views on the Avon. 
Jordan, Wilhelm, 1819 . 

Translator of " Macbeth," No. 883, " Romeo and 
Juliet," No. 894- and the " Poems," No. 906. 
Joseph, George Francis, 1764-1846. 

Illustrator of Shakespeare's works, No. 58. 
Jubilees. See CELEBRATIONS. 
Judith, a sacred drama. See I. BICKERSTAFF! 
Juliet, the white dove of Verona. See M. C. 

CLARKE. Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. 
Julio und Hyppolita, Tragsdia. In COHN, A. 

Shakespeare in Germany. 

This play, which contains part of the plot of " Two gentle- 
men of Verona," is reprinted from the first volume of " Eng- 
lische Comedien und Tragedien," 1620. 

Julius Caesar. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

APPIAN. Chronicle of the Romanes warres. 
London, 1578. 4 G.4073.6 

BACON, D. Philosophy of the plays. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Frauen- 
charaktere. 

BUECHLER, H. Shakspeare's Dramen. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the histor- 
ical plays, vol. 2. 

CRITIOJJE on Shakespeare's play of Julius Caesar. 
(Lounger's miscellany, Jan. 10, 17, 1789. London.) 

G.60.11 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. 2. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. 2. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien, B. 3. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. 2. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GOMONT, H. Le Cesar de Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. 2. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 
GUIZOT, F. P. G. Shakspeare et son temps. 
HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plavs. 



HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, vol. I. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art, and 
characters, vol. 2. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare. 

LEE, H. T. Shakspeare's Brutus. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LINDNER, A. Die dramatische Einheit. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MALTZAHN, W. v. Julius Casar, fur die Biihne 
eingerichtet. 

ME"ZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses oeuvres. 

MONTAGU, E. Essay on the writings and genius. 

PALM, H. Shakespeare's Julius Casar. 

PETRI, M. Zur Einfiihrung Shakespeare's in die 
christliche Familie. 

PHILIPP, . On Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. 

PRESTON, M. Studies in Shakspeare. 

PROELSS, R. Shakespeare's Julius Casar. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SCHOENE, F. Ueber Shakspere's Julius Casar. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays, vol. 2. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakspeare, vol. 2. 

STAFFER, P. Shakespeare et 1'antiquite. 

VIEHOFF, H. Shakespeare's Julius Casar. 

VILLETARD, E. Jules Cesar et Shakespeare. 
Junker, Hermann, 1838 . 

1679. Scenen aus Shakespeare's Dramen. Seine 
Werke sind des Dichters Welt, und aus seinen Ges- 
talten redet sein Genius. 12 photographs. 

No. 2 in G.3952.28 

On the back of each card is a description, by J. Tempel, of 
the play illustrated. 

Juvenile edition of Shakspeare. See C. MAXWELL. 

Kaiser, Victor. 

1680. Macbeth und Lady Macbeth in Shake- 
speare's Dichtung und in Kunstwerken von Corne- 
lius und Kaulbach. Psychologischer Essay von 
Victor Kaiser. Basel. Schtveighauserische Ver- 
lagsbuchhandlung. 1875. 45 pp. 8 G.74.9 
Kampen, Nicolaas Godfried van, 1776-1839. 

Redevoering over William Shakespear. In Mne- 
mosyne. ie stuk. Dordrecht, 1815. 8 G.3917.2 

Voorgelezen in de Leydsche afdeeling der Hollandsche 
maatschappij van fraaije kunsten en wetenschappen ; den 9 Dec. 
1814. 

Karlsruhe. DEVRIENT, O. Die Shakespeare-Auf- 

fiihrungen in Karlsruhe. 
Katharina and Bianca, the shrew, and the demure. 

See M. C. CLARKE. Girlhood of Shakespeare's 

heroines. 
Katharine and Petruchio. See Nos. 621, 622, 6233- 

628. 
Kauffmann, Marie Anne Angelique Catherine, 

called Angelica Kaujfmann, 1741-1807. 

1681. The birth of Shakespeare ; Shakespeare's 
tomb. [London} A. Poggi. 1782. Two plates. 

No. i in G.50.21 

These plates were engraved bv F. Bartolozzi. No. 33 in 
0.403.3.2 is a plate " Miranda and Ferdinand," from a picture 
painted by her. 

Kaufmann, Philipp, 1802-1846. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 850. 
Kaulbach, Wilhelm von, 1805-1874. 

1682. Shakspere Gallerie von Wilhelm von Kaul- 
bach. Ihrer Majestat der Konigin Victoria von 
Grossbritanien und Irland in tiefster Ehrfurcht 



Kaulbach Kelsall 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



zugeeignet. Berlin. Verlag der Nicolaischen Buch- 
handlung. 1855-58. L. F& G.Cab.1.18 

Contents. Macbeth; Der Sturm; Konigjohann. 

Accompanying each plate is a page containing a quotation 
from the play in German, English and French. 

1683. Same. Shakspeare Album in photogra- 
phischen Abbildungen herausgegeben von Wilhelm 
von Kaulbach. Erste dritte Lieferung. Berlin. 
Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung. [1855-58.] F 

No. 5 in G.50.21 

Contents. \, Macbeth. 2. Der Sturm. 3. Konig Johann. 
The photographs are much smaller than the engravings. 

SCHUELLKR, E. Kaulbach's Shakspeare-Album. 
Kean, Charles John, 1811-1868. 

Editor of " Selections from the plays," No. 152, 
" Henry v," No. 295, "Henry vm," Nos. 313, 314, 
" King" Lear," No. 362, " Midsummer night's 
dream," No. 487, "Richard n," No. 563, "The 
tempest," Nos. 634, 635, and "Winter's tale," No. 
692. 

Much ado about nothing. (Eraser's magazine, 
Sept., 1859. London.') No. 20 in G.3930.13.1 

A review of Kean's life. With this are numerous newspaper 
cuttings relating to him. 

1684. St. James's hall. The Kean banquet, 
Wedne'sday, July 2oth, 1859, tne duke of Newcastle 
in the chair; and the Kean testimonial presenta- 
tion, Saturday, March 22nd, 1862, W. E. Gladstone 
in the chair. [London, 1862.] 48 pp. 8 

No. 18 in G.3930.13.1 

There is inserted a description of the testimonial. 

Kean, Edmund, 1787-1833. 

1685. Cooke sleeps ! Kean lives ! The life and 
interesting anecdotes of Mr. Kean : from his first 
entrance on the stage, to the present day : with re- 
marks on his performances. Embellished with an 
animated likeness of Mr. Kean, in the character of 
Richard, drawn (by permission) by Mr. I. Cruik- 
shank. London : Smeeton. [1814?] 23 pp. Sm. 
8 No. 21 in G.3930.13.1 

The portrait is missing. Notices of his Shylock, Richard III 
and Hamlet form the principal part of the pamphlet. With it 
are several newspaper cuttings relating to him. 

CRITICAL examination. See No. 1270. 

DANA, R. H. Kean's acting. 

HAZLITT, W. View of the English stage. 

Nos. 114-116 in 6.4050.2 are portraits of Kean as Richard in. 
The first has in addition the life of the adtor. 

Keene, Laura, 1830 . 

Editor of " Midsummer night's dream," No. 488. 
Kefalinski, Ignacy. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 940. 
Keightley, Thomas, 1790-1872. 

1686. The Shakespeare-expositor : an aid to the 
perfect understanding of Shakespeare's plays. By 
Thomas Keightley. London : J. JR. Smith. 1867. 
vi, (2), 431 pp. Sm. 8 4598.14 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 118. 
Keller, Heinrich Adalbert von, 1812 . 

Translator of seventeen plays, No. 840. 
Keller, Th. 

1687. Shakespeare-Perlen. Die in der Dramen 
des grossen Britten zerstreuten Spriichworter, Sen- 
tenzen und Lebensregeln gesammelt von Th. Kel- 
ler. Trier, E. Groppe. 1873. iv, 306 pp. 8 

G.95.2 

Schlegel's translation is given for each selection, together 
with the version of some other German translator. 



Kellogg, Abner Otis. 

1688. Shakspeare's delineations of insanity, im- 
becility, and suicide. By A. O. Kellogg. Ne-w 
York: Hurd and Houghton. 1866. (8), 204 pp. 
16 4599.16 

Contents. Insane : Lear, Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Hamlet, 
Ophelia, Jacques, Cordelia; Imbeciles: Bottom, Dogberry, El- 
bow, Shallow, Malvolio, Bardolph, Nym, Pistol, Launce, Cali- 
ban; Suicides: Othello. 

Essays originally published in the "American journal of 
insanity," 1859-1864. The following are given in the order in 
which they are reprinted in the book. 

William Shakspeare as a physiologist, and psy- 
chologist. (American journal of insanity, OCT., 
1859, April, 1860. Utica.*) 

No. 2 in G.3940.6 ; 5773.1.16 

6.3940.6 also contains fourteen autograph letters from Dr. 
Kellogg to Mr. Barton, mostly on Shakespearian subjects. 

Shakspeare's psychological delineations. [Ophe- 
lia.] (American journal of insanity, Jan., 1864. 
Utica.) 5773.1.20 

1689. Same. Ophelia. By A. O. Kellogg. (Uti- 
ca, 1864.) 16 pp. 8 No. 28 in G.3937.11 

Nos. 10, 16 in G.3940.8 ; No. 8 in G.3940.6 
A separate impression. 

1690. Shakspeare's psychological delineations. 
[Jacques.] By A. O. Kellogg. (Utica, 1863.) 10 
pp. 8 No. 6 in G.3930.9 ; No. 6 in G.3940.6 

Mr. Barton has written on the cover of 6.3040.6, "This arti- 
cle was intended for the April number of the 'American journal 
of insanity.' Not having been got ready in time for that num- 
ber, it was sent to me by Dr. Kellogg, in its present form, toward 
the end of the month." 

Same. Jacques. (American journal of insanity, 
July, 1863. Utica.') Nos. 5 in G.3930.9; 5773.1.20 

Cordelia. (American journal of insanity, Jan., 
1865. Utica.') 5773.1.21 

1691. Same. By A. O. Kellogg. ( Utica, 1865.) 
ii pp. 8 No. 7 in G.3940.6 

A separate impression. 

Shakspeare's delineations of mental imbecility, as 
exhibited in his fools and clowns. (American jour- 
nal of insanity, Oct., 1861, Jan., Oct., 1862, Jan., 
1863. Utica.) No. 9 in G.3940.6 ; 5773.1.18, 19 

Shakspeare's psychological delineations. His 
suicides. [Othello.] (American journal of insan- 
ity, July, 1864. Utica.} 

No. 5 in G.3940.6 ; 5773.1.21 

1692. Same. By A. O. Kellogg. {Utica, Cur- 
tiss and White, printers. 1864.] No. 4 in G.3940.6 

A separate impression. 

KeUy, J. G. 

The Falstaff of Shakspeare. (Overland monthly, 
Oct., 1874. San Francisco.) 5223.1.13 

Kelly, William. 

1693. Notices illustrative of the drama, and 
other popular amusements, chiefly in the sixteenth 
and seventeenth centuries, incidentally illustrating 
Shakespeare and his cotemporaries ; extracted from 
the chamberlains' accounts and other manuscripts 
of the borough of Leicester. With an introduction 
and notes, by William Kelly. London: J. R. Smith. 
1865. viii, 310 pp. Illustrated. 8 

G.60a.33 ; 4578.10 

0.603.33 is one of twenty-five copies on large paper, and has 
inserted a photograph of the letter of Thomas Shakespeare 
printed on p. 280. The title on the cover is "Leicester in the 
olden time." No. 3 in 0.3940.2 is the author's first draught of 
the title. 

Kelsall, Charles. 

1694. The first sitting of the committee on the 
proposed monument to Shakspeare. Carefully 
taken in short-hand by Zachary Craft, amanuensis 



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Kelsall Kenrick 



to the chairman. Cheltenham. G. A. Williams. 
1823. 88, (3) pp. Sm. 8 G.3943.22 ; G.3943.27 

Sixty-five characters, including the shades of Milton, Dryden, 
Pope, Aristophanes, etc., appear and give their opinions concern- 
ing Shakespeare and his monument. 0.3943.27 contains an 
autograph letter of the author to Riego, accompanying a copy of 
this work, and another of the publisher, in which" he says, " he 
printed 250 copies for presents chiefly." 

1695. Same. London : 1823. 29 pp. 8 

No. 3 in 2595.4 
Kemble, Charles, 1775-1854. 

Shakspere readings. See No. 155. 
Kemble, Frances Anne, 1811 . 

Ladv Macbeth. (Macmillan's magazine, Feb., 
1868. " London.} No. 17 in G.62.4 ; 7314.1.17 

In 0.3947.35 is a poster announcing one of Mrs. Kemble's 
Shakespearian readings, and numerous cuttings from newspa- 
pers relating to them, including a sonnet by H. W. Longfellow. 

Notes on the characters of queen Katharine and 
cardinal Wolsey in Shakespeare's play of Henry 
vui. (Lippincott's magazine, Dec., 1875. Phila- 
delphia.} 7345.1.16 

Some notes on Shakespeare. (Atlantic monthly, 
Sept., 1860. Boston.} 

No. 9 in G.3920.14 ; No. 20 in G.3920.15 

Some notes upon the characters in Macbeth. 
(Macmillan's magazine, May, 1867. London.} 

No. 16 in G.62.4 ; 7314.1.16 
Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823. 

1696. Macbeth reconsidered ; an essay : intended 
as an answer to part of the Remarks on some of the 
characters of Shakspeare. London : T. and J. Rger- 
ton. 1786. (2), 36 pp. 8 G.3937.26 

1697. Same. Macbeth and King Richard the 
third : an essay, in answer to Remarks on some of 
the characters of Shakspeare. By J. P. Kemble, 
London: J.Murray. 1817. ix, (i), 171 pp. 8 

G.3924.27 ; 2598.7 

The " Remarks " are incorrectly ascribed in the Preface to 
William, for Thomas, Whately. 0.3924.27 is a large paper 
copy. 

Editor of "A select British theatre," No. 141, and 
"All's well that ends well," Nos. 160-162, "As you 
like it," No. 181, "Comedy of errors," No. 196, 
"Coriolanus." Nos. 199, 200, " Cymbeline," Nos. 
213, 215, "Hamlet," Nos. 233, 237, 239, "Henry 
iv," Nos. 277, 278, 285, 286, " Henry v," No. 294, 
'* Henry vui," Nos. 307, 310, "Julius Caesar," No. 
326, " King John," Nos. 348, 350, " King Lear," No'. 
378, "Macbeth," No. 402, "Measure for measure," 
No. 434, "Merchant of Venice," No. 445, "Merry 
wives of Windsor," No. 475, "Much ado about noth- 
ing," Nos. 507, 508, "Othello," Nos. 528, 530, 532, 
"Richard in," No. 584, "Romeo and Juliet," Nos. 
604, 605, 606, "Taming of the shrew," No. 625, 
"Tempest," Nos. 652, 656-660, "Twelfth night," 
Nos. 679, 680, " Two gentlemen of Verona," No. 
684, and " Winter's tale," No. 690. 

1698. KEMBLE and Cooke : or, a critical review 
of a pamphlet published under the title of Remarks 
on the character of Richard the third, as played by 
Cooke and Kemble. With other critical remarks 
on the performances of these two gentlemen. Lon- 
don: Westley. [iSoi.] 52, (i) pp. 8 G.3924.26 

1699. Same. Second edition. London : West- 
ley. [1801 ?] 52, (2) pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3937.32 ; No. 5 in G.3824.5 
" MARTIN, H. Remarks on Kemble's Hamlet. 

1700. OBSERVATIONS on Mr. Kemble in the 
characters of Cato, Wolsey, and Coriolanus : to 
which are added his farewell address at Covent Gar- 
den Theatre, and an account of the dinner given at 
Freemason's Tavern ; with every particular con- 



nected with his retirement from the stage. London : 
y. Asperne. 1817. 33 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3924.28 ; No. 5 in G.3824.3 

First published in the "European magazine." 

1701. REMARKS on the character of Richard the 
third ; as played by Cooke and Kemble. London : 
Parsons and son. iSoi. 55 pp. 8 

No. i in G.3937.32 

1702. Same. The second edition revised and 
corrected, of Remarks on the character of Richard 
the third ; as played by Cooke and Kemble. Lon- 
don : Parsons and son. 56 pp. 8 

No. 4 in G.3824.3 

1703. A SHORT criticism on the performance of 
Hamlet by Mr. Kemble. London : T. Hookham. 
1789. ix, 21 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.3937.11 

WHATELY, T. Remarks on some of the charac- 
ters of Shakespeare. 

Other works relating to Kemble will be found in the second 
part of this catalogue. 

Kemp, William, 1603 ? 

Kemp's nine daies wonder. London. 4 G.73.13 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. New edition, vol. 3. 

Memoirs of actors. 
Kemshead, W. B. 

Editor of King Lear, No. 366. 
Kenney, Charles Lamb. 

Mr. Irving in Hamlet. (Belgravia, Dec., 1874. 
London.} 7338.1.25 

1704. Mr. Phelps and the critics of his corre- 
spondence with the Stratford committee. By 
Charles Lamb Kenney. [London.] T. H. Lacy. 
1864. 8 pp. 8 No. 9 in G.3942.25 
Kenny, Thomas. 

1705. The life and genius of Shakespeare. By 
Thomas Kenny. London : Longman, Green, Long- 
man, Roberts, and Green. 1864. viii, 414 pp. Por- 
traits. Fac-simile. 8 4598.1 



Kenrick, "William, 

1706. Falstaff's wedding: a comedy. Being a 
sequel to the second part of the play of King Henry 
the fourth. Written in imitation of Shakespeare, by 
Mr. Kenrick. London: J. Wilkie. 1760. (2), vii, 
(i), 83 pp. 8 G.4014.15 

According to the preface, dated Jan. i, 17601, this work was 
written in 1751, printed in 1760, but not published till 1766. 

1707. Same. Falstaff's wedding, a comedy : as 
it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. 
Being a sequel to the second part of the play of 
King Henry the fourth. Written in imitation of 
Shakespeare, by W. Kenrick. London, L. Davis 
and C. Reymers. 1766. (8), 68, (2) pp. 8 

G.4014.16 

In this edition the parts of the king and courtiers have been 
omitted and a prologue and epilogue have been added. 

1708. Same. Falstaff's wedding, a comedy : as 
it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. 
Written in imitation of Shakespeare. By W. Ken- 
rick. A new edition. London : L. Davis. 1773. 
(8), 62, (2) pp. 8 G.4014.17 ; G.4014.18 

0.4014.17 belonged to Isaac Reed. 

1709. Same. Falstaff's wedding. A comedy. 
Written in imitation of Shakspere, by William Ken- 
rick. Adapted for theatrical representation, as per- 
formed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane. Regu- 
lated from the prompt-book, by permission of the 
manager. London : G. Ca-wthorn, 1795. 79 pp. 
Illustrated. 8 G.4014.19 



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1710. Same. Falstaff's wedding. A comedy. 
Written in imitation of Shakspere. By W. Kenrick. 
Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed 
at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated 
from the prompt-book, by permission of the mana- 
ger. London, G. Cavjthorn, 1795. 92 pp. Illus- 
trated. 12 4179a.l.31 

Same. Falstaff's wedding. Written in imitation 
of Shakespeare. By W. Kenrick. In Modern Brit- 
ish drama, vol. 4. London, 1811. 8 G.3960.19.4 

1711. Introduction to the school of Shakespeare ; 
held, on Wednesday evenings, in the Apollo, at the 
Devil Tavern, Temple Bar. To which is added a 
retort courteous on the criticks, as delivered at the 
second and third lectures. London : printed for 
the author. [1773.] vi, 39 pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3943.4 

Pp. 31-39 contain " Addition to the retort courteous." 

1712. Proposals for a new edition of the plays of 
Shakespeare. Illustrated by a critical review of each 
play . . . By W. Kenrick. [1766?] Manuscript. 

No. i in G.3943.4 

Kenrick's own draught of his Proposals for an edition of 
Shakespeare, which, however, was never published. 

1713. A review of Doctor Johnson's new edition 
of Shakespeare : in which the ignorance, or inatten- 
tion, of that editor is exposed, and the poet defended 
from the persecution of his commentators. By W. 
Kenrick. London: J.Payne. 1765. xvi, 133, (i) 
pp. 8 No. i in G.3924.8 

No. 2 in G.3943.13 ; 2597.37 

In this work he criticises the first three volumes only of John- 
son. In a letter from Garrick to G.Colman, dated April 12,1766, 
is the following- passage : " Who wrote the answer to Kenrick's 
Review? Johnson sent it me, through Steevens, last week, but 
mum, it is not quite the thing; by Johnson's fondness for it, he 
must have felt Kenrick. What things we are! and how little we 
are known." Memoirs oj 'the Colman family, vol. i, p. 180. In 
6.3924.8 is a letter of Kenrick's to Geo. Colman, March, 1771, 
with a copy of Colman's answer. 

1714. A defence of Mr. Kenrick's Review of Dr. 
Johnson's Shakespeare : containing a number of 
curious and ludicrous anecdotes of literary biogra- 
phy. By a friend. London : S. Bladon. 1766. 
(2), ii, (2), 68 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.3924.8 

There is inserted in this copy the cancelled page 2. 

BARCLAY, J. Examination of Kenrick's Review. 
Kent, William Charles Mark. 

Dreamland, with other poems. London, 1862. 
8 G.3946.21 

" Shakspere at Shottery," pp. 3-9. 

Kertland, William. 

Marina, or the foster child, No. 557. 
Kessler, Georg Wilhelm, 1782-1846. 

Translator of three plays, No. 849. 
Ketscher, N. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 942, 943. 
Key. CLARKE, C. C. The Shakespeare key. 
King, Alice. 

Shakespeare. (Argosy, Sept., 1873. London.} 

No. 23 in G.62.2 
King, J. 

Our English Shakspere. (Canadian monthly, 
Dec., 1876. Toronto.} 5316.50.10 

King, M. P. 

1715. A new edition revised by the author of 
the Witches' glee, from the first scene in Macbeth. 
Composed bv M. P. King. London. Goulding and 
D'Almaine. " (i), 7 pp. F No. 2 in G.4060.6 
King, Thomas D. 

1716. Bacon versus Shakspere : a plea for the 
defendant. By Thomas D. King. Montreal: Lovell 



printing and publishing co. 1875. (2), 187 pp. 
12 4598.31 

On p. 54 of this copy is an autograph note of the author. " 

King Henry the fourth, a novel. See SHAK- 
SPEARE'S romances. 

King John. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BALE, J. Kynge Johann, a play. 

BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. 2. 

BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Madfolk of Shakespeare. 

CALVERT, G. H. Shakespeare. A biographic 
study. Boston, 1879. l6 1392.2 ; 6595.9 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H. Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-characters. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the his- 
torical plays, vol. i. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. i. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, vol. i. 

FLETCHER, G. Studies of Shakespeare. 

FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien, B. 2. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. 2 . 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical and explanatory 
notes, vol. i. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, B. 2. 

HUDSON, H. N. Shakespeare : his life, art, and 
characters, vol. 2. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 

JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KEIQHTLEY, T. Shakespeare-expositor. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare, B. i. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LETTER to Colley Gibber. See No. 1202. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

PETRI, M. Zur Einfiihrung Shakespeare's in die 
christliche Familie. 

PLANCHE, J. R. Costume of King John. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

REED, H. Lectures on English history. 

ROETSCHER, H. T. Bastard Philipp Faulcon- 
bridge. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays, vol. i. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakspeare, vol. i. 

King Lear. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BACON, D. Philosophy of the plays. 
BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. i. 
BERLIOZ, H. Grande overture du Roi Lear. 
BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 



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BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Frauen- 
charaktere. 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Psychology of Shakespeare. 

BURGESS, J. Notes on King Lear. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H., Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-characters. 

COLERIDGE, S. T. Notes and ledlures on Shake- 
speare, vol. i. 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. 2. 

DELIUS, N. Shakspere-Lexikon. 

Ueber den urspriinglichen Text. 
DEVERELL, R. Hieroglyphics and other antiqui- 
ties, vol. 2. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litte'raires, vol. i. 

DYCE, A. Remarks on Collier and Knight. 

FARREN, G. Illustrations of the progress of 
mania. 

FLATHE, J. L. F. Shakspeare in seiner Wirklich- 
keit. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-Studien, B. 3. 

Ueber Shakespeare's Quellen zu Lear. 
GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. i. 
GEOFFREY of Monmouth. British history. 
GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. 2. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HACKETT, J. H. Notes and comments. 

HALES, J. W. King Lear. 

HARDINGE, G. Miscellaneous works, vol. 3. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespear's text. 

HENSE, C. C. Vortrage iiber ausgewahlte dra- 
matische Dichtungen. 

HIGGINS, J. Queen Cordila. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, B. i. 

HUDSON, H. N. Lectures on Shakespeare, vol. 2. 

Shakespeare : his life, art, and characters, 

VOl. 2. 

JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 
JACOX, F. Shakspeare diversions. 
JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 

KELLOGG, A. O. Shakspeare's psychological de- 
lineations. 

KING Lear and his three daughters. In BEAUTIES 
of ancient poetry. London, 1794. 12 G.3946.5 

1717. KING Lear; or, the undutiful children. A 
tale in twelve chapters. London : Bull, Simmons 
and co. 1870. 61 pp. Sm. 8 G.88.2 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KOPPEL, R. Textkritische Studien. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakspeare, 
B. 2. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

LUEBKER, F. Sophokles' CEdipus und Shak- 
speare's Lear. 

MEZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses ceuvres. 
MENZIES, L. L. J. Legendary tales. 
NEUMANN, H. Ueber Lear and Ophelia. 

OEHLMANN, W. Cordelia als tragischer Charak- 
ter. 



PETRI, M. Zur Einfiihrung Shakespeare's in die 
christliche Familie. 

PRESTON, M. Studies in Shakspeare. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

RAY, I. Shakespeare's delineations of insanity. 

REED, H. Lectures on English history. 

RETZSCH, F. A. M. Outlines to Shakspere. 

RICHARDSON, W. Essays on Shakespeare's dra- 
matic characters. 

ROETSCHER, H. T. Abhandlungen zur Philoso- 
phic der Kunst. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays, vol. 2. 

SIDNEY, Sir P. Arcadia. 

SKOTTOWE, A. Life of Shakspeare, vol. 2. 

1718. THREE essays on Shakespeare's tragedy of 
King Lear. By pupils of the City of London school. 
London: Bruce and Ford, printers. 1851. (8), 
149 pp. 8 G.3937.24 

Contents. Parallel between Shakespeare's King Lear and 
the CEdipus in Colono of Sophocles, by John Robert Seeley ; On 
the character of the religious belief and feeling which pervade 
the tragedy of King Lear, by William Young; On the tragedy 
of King Lear, quoting and illustrating such passages as allude 
to the usages of the times in which Shakespeare lived, by Ernest 
Abraham Hart. 

Prize essays "under an endowment established by H. B. H. 
Beaufoy, for encouraging in the school a study of the works of 
Shakespeare." Preface. 



TIESSEN, E. 
Textes. 



Beitrage zur Feststellung des 



ULRICI, H. Shakspeare's dramatische Kunst. 

VAMP, H. King Lear and his daughters queer. 

WARNER, W. Albions England. 
Kirk, William Boy ton. 

Illustrator of " Midsummer night's dream," No. 
485- 
Kirkman, Francis. 

The wits, or, sport upon sport. London, 1673. 
4 G.4014.41; G.4014.42 

Contains, among other pieces, " The merry conceited humours 
of Bottom the weaver." 

KUEHN, C. G. Drei Biicher Epigramme. 
Klingemann, Ernst August Friedrich, 1777-1831. 

Editor of " Hamlet," No. 862. 
Knauer, Vinzenz. 

1719. Die Konige Shakespeares. Ein Beitrag 
zur Rechtsphilosophie. (Urspriinglich als Festgabe 
zu Dr. Anton Giinthers 79. Geburtstag bestimmt.) 
Von Vinzenz Knauer. Wien, 1863. K. Gorischck. 
16 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3910.15 

1720. William Shakespeare, der Philosoph der 
sittlichen Weltordnung. Von Vincenz Knauer. 
Innsbruck. Wagner. 1879. x, 370, (i) pp. 8 

4593.15 
Knight, Charles, 1791-1873. 

1721. Old lamps, or new? A plea for the origi- 
nal editions of the text of Shakspere : forming an 
introductory notice to the Stratford Shakspere, ed- 
ited by Charles Knight. London : 1853. Ixiii pp. 
Sm. 8 No. 4 in G.3924.4 

This notice is very much abbreviated in the " Stratford Shak- 
spere," No. 91. 

Shakspere and his writings. (Knight's Store of 
knowledge, No. 2.) No. 28 in G.3950.8 

1722. Studies of Shakspere : forming a compan- 
ion volume to every edition of the text. By Charles 
Knight. London : C. Knight. 1849. vii. 560 pp. 
Portraits. 8 G.3932.18 

" A republication, with additions and corrections, of the crit- 
ical notices that are scattered through my editions of Shakspere, 
known as the ' Pidtorial' and ' Library.' " Advertisement. 



43 



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1723. Same. Studies of Shakspere. By Charles 
Knight. London : G. Routledge and sons. 1868. 
(2), 560 pp. 8 6592.3 

A new title-page only. The table of contents is omitted. 

1724. To the council of the Shakespeare society. 
Charles Knight. [Highgate, Sept. 20, 1842.] 4 pp. 
8 G.3927.9 

A letter in answer to a note by Mr. Collier in his introduction 
to Armin's " Nest of ninnies," No. 980. 

1725. William Shakspere ; a biography by C. 
Knight. [London: /?. Clay, printer.} 1843. (7), 
544 pp. Portraits. Illustrated. L. 8 

G.3941.8; 4593.2; 2592.4 

This is another impression of volume S of the " Pictorial edi- 
tion," No. 70. For another life by Knight see No. 97. 

1726. Same. Studies and illustrations of the 
writings of Shakspere, and of his life and times. By 
Charles Knight. In three volumes. Vol. I. Wil- 
liam Shakspere, a biography. London : C. Knight. 
1850. x, 329 pp. Portraits. Illustrated. 8 

G.3941.9 

This is a republication, with many alterations of arrange- 
ment, and some modifications of opinion grounded upon new 
information, of a volume published in 1843." Advertisement. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 70, 77, 89, 91, 
121 and 132. 

DYCE, A. Remarks on Collier and Knight. 
Knortz, Karl. 

1727. An American Shakespeare-bibliography 
by Karl Knortz. Boston : Sckoenhof and Moeller. 
[1876.] (2), 16 pp. 12 G.74.7 
Knowles, James Sheridan, 1784-1862. 

1728. Ledlures on dramatic literature by James 
Sheridan Knowles. (Never before published.) 
Macbeth. F.Harvey: London. 1875. (4), 82 pp. 
Sm. 4 G.85.3 
Koberstein, Karl August, 1797-1870. 

Shakespeare in Deutschland. (Shakespeare Jahr- 
buch, 1865.) 

Rede zur Shakespearefeier in Pforta den 23. April 1864. 

Koehler, Friedrich. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 246. 
Koehler, Reinhold. 

Einige Bemerkungen und Nachtrage zu Albert 
Cohn's " Shakespeare in Germany." (Shakespeare 
Jahrbuch, 1865.) 

Katalog der Bibliothek der Deutschen Shake- 
speare-Gesellschaft. (Jahrbuch, 1871, 1876.) 

1729. Same. Weimar. A. Huschke. 1876. 37 
pp. 12 No. i in 74.12 

Zu Shakespeare's The taming of the shrew. 
(Jahrbuch, 1868.) 

Zuwachs der Bibliothek der Deutschen Shake- 
speare-Gesellschaft. (Jahrbuch, 1868-1870, 1872- 
1875, 1877-1879.) 

The list for 1879 is to be found in No. 3 in 0.74.12. 

Translator of " Taming the shrew," No. 898. 
Koeuig, Heinrich Joseph, 1790-1869. 

1730. William Shakspeare. Ein Roman von 
Heinrich Koenig. Zweite, neu bearbeitete Auflage. 
Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1850. 2 v. 8 1015.3 

Originally published in 1839 under the title " Williams Dich- 
ten und Trachteii." 

1731. Same. William Shakspeare par Henri 
Koenig. Traduit de 1'allemand. Bruxelles, A. 
Schnee. 1860. 6 v. Sm. 8 G.3915.9 
Koenig, Wilhelm. 

Die Grundziige der Hamlet-Tragodie. (Shake- 
speare Jahrbuch, 1871.) 

Reprinted with some additions and changes in his "Shake- 
speare als Dichter." 



Shakespeare's Konigsdramen, ihr Zusammenhang 
und ihr Werth fiir die Biihne. (Jahrbuch, 1877.) 

1732. Shakespeare als Dichter, Weltweiser und 
Christ. Durch Erlauterung von vier seiner Dramen 
und eine Vergleichung mit Dante dargestellt von 
Wilhelm Konig. Leipzig, 1873. Luckhardfsche 
Verlagsbuchhandlung. xiv, 301 pp. 8 

No. 7 in G.73.11.1 

The plays are " Hamlet," " Merchant of Venice," " Measure 
for measure" and "As you like it." 

Shakespeare und Dante. (Jahrbuch, 1872.) 

Reprinted with some additions in his " Shakespeare als 
Dichter." 

Shakespeare und Giordano Bruno. (Jahrbuch, 
1876.) 

Ueber den Gang von Shakespeare's dichterischer 
Entwickelung und die Reihenfolge seiner Dramen 
nach demselben. (Jahrbuch, 1875.) 

Ueber die bei Shakespeare vorkommenden Wie- 
derholungen. (Jahrbuch, 1878.) 

Ueber die Entlehnungen Shakespeare's, insbeson- 
dere aus Rabelais und einigen italienischen Dra- 
matikern. (Jahrbuch, 1874.) 

"Was Ihr wollt," als komisches Gegenstiick zu 
Romeo und Julia. (Jahrbuch, 1873.) 
Koenig, Wilhelm,ya. 

Voltaire und Shakespeare. (Shakespeare Jahr- 
buch, 1875.) 

Same. Voltaire und Shakespeare. In his Zur 
franzdsischen Literaturgeschichte. Halle, 1877. 

2675.66 

Koeiiige Shakespeares. See V. KNAUER. 
Koerner, Julius. 

Translator and editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 
836. 
Koester, Hans, 1818 . 

Marginalien zum Othello und Macbeth. (Shake- 
speare Jahrbuch, 1865.) 
Koesting, Karl. 

1733. Shakespeare, ein Winternachtstraum. Dra- 
matisches Gedicht von Karl Kdsting. Wiesbaden, 
y. Niedner. 1864. xvi, 152, x pp. 8 G.3913.17 
Koestlin, C. R., 1819 . 

Shakespeare und Hamlet. (Morgenblatt, 17, 24 
Juni 1864. Stuttgart.} No. 7 in G.60a.24 

Kok, A. S. 

Translator of " As you like it," No. 769, " Ham- 
let," No. 774, "Julius Csesar," 4599.17, and "Richard 
in," No. 784. 
Kolar, Josef Jifi, 1813 . 

Translator of "Hamlet" and "Merchant of Ven- 
ice," No. 763. 
Kouewka, Paul, 1840-1871. 

1734. Falstaff und seine Gesellen von Paul Ko- 
newka. Text von Hermann Kurz. Strassburg. 
M. Schauenburg. [1872.] xii, 160 pp. Silhou- 
ettes. 8 4590a.l6 

1735. Same. Falstaff and his companions. 
Twenty-one illustrations in silhouette, by Paul 
Konewka. With an introduction by Hermann 
Kurz. Translated by C. C. Shackford. Boston : 
Roberts brothers. 1872 [1871]. xviii pp. 19 ff. 
20 pi. 8 2496.50 

The accompanying text of Kurz is omitted, and quotations 
from Shakespeare alone are given. 

Illustrator of "Midsummer night's dream," Nos. 
491 and 492. 
Kongehl, Michael, 1646-1710. 

Der unschuldig-beschuldigten Innocentien Un- 
schuld; eine Nachdenkliche Genuesische Geschicht 



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in einem Misch-Spiel (Tragico Comcedia). Auf die 
Schau-Biihne gefiihret von Michael Kongehl. In 
GENEE, R. Geschichte der Shakespeare'scher Dra- 
men. 

This play, of which only a part is given, is founded upon the 
story from which the plot of Cymbeline is derived. 

Koppel, Richard. 

Scenen-Eintheilungen und Orts-Angaben in den 
Shakespeare'schen Dramen. (Shakespeare Jahr- 
buch, 1874.) 

1736. Textkritische Studien Uber Shakespeare's 
" Richard m " und " King Lear," von Richard Kop- 
pel. Zur Habilitation am Konigl. Sachs. Polytech- 
nikum Dresden. Dresden : G Gilbers. 1877. 102 
pp. 8 6592.9 
Kozmian, Stanislaw. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 941. 
Krause, L. 

Translator of " Winter's tale," No. 849. 
Krauss, Fritz. 

Eine Quelle zu Shakespeare's Sommernachts- 
traum. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1876.) 
Kretzschmar, Theodor. 

Von Stratford nach London. Dramatisches Ge- 
malde in einem Aufzuge. (Dramaturgische Blatter, 
viertes Heft. Dresden, 1865.) No. 5 in G.3910.8 
Kreyssig, Friedrich A. Th., 1818 . 

1737. Shakspeare-Anthologie. Die schonsten 
und bedeutsamsten Schilderungen und Weisheits- 
spriiche aus den Dramen des Dichters. Biogra- 
phisch eingeleitet und herausgegeben von F. Kreys- 
sig. Mit 32 Illustrationen von Karl Winkler. Ham- 
burg, 1864. Vereinsbuchhandlung. xxiv, 316 pp. 
Portrait. 8 G.3915.19 

A high-relief medallion head of Shakespeare in oxidized 
silver is inserted in the cover. 

1738. Shakespeare-Fragen. Kurze Einfuhrung 
in das Studium des Dichters. In sechs popularen 
Vortragen von Fr. Kreyssig. Leipzig. 1871. LucJe- 
hardfsche Verlagsbuchhandlung. iv, 205 pp. 8 

No. 6 in G.73.11.3 

1739. Ueber die sittliche und volksthiimliche Be- 
rechtigung des Shakespeare-Cultus. Festrede, bei 
der Shakespeare-Feier in Elbing am 23. April 1864 
gehalten von F. A. Th. Kreyssig. Elbing, 1864. 
JVeumann-Hartmami'sche Buchhandlung. 19 pp. 
8 No. 3 in G.3910.12 

1740. Vorlesungen uber Shakspeare, seine Zeit 
und seine Werke, von F. Kreyssig. Berlin, Ver- 
lag der Nicolai'schen Buchhandlung. 1858-1860. 
3 v. 8 G.3914.14 

Contents. \. Des Dichters Zeitalter und Volk ; Das Drama 
des Mittelalters, seine Entwickelung bis auf Shakspeare; Die 
englische Biihne zu Shakspeares Zeit; Des Dichters Lebensge- 
schichte; Wieder-Erweckung, Ausbreitung und Wirkungen des 
Shakspeare-Studiums; Grundziige zur Wiirdigung der kiinst- 
lerischen und sittlichen Bedeutung des Djchters; Die historis- 
chen Stiicke. 
Lu 
Cyr 

1741. Same. Vorlesungen uber Shakespeare, 
seine Zeit und seine Werke, 'von Fr. Kreyssig. 
Zweite vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. Berlin. 
Nicolaische Verlags-Buchhandlung. 1874. 2 v. 8 

G.76.7 

Contents. \. Des Dichters Zeitalter und Volk . . . Die his- 
torischen Stiicke; Die Romerdramen. 2. Die Tragodien; Die 
Lustspiele; Der Kaufmann von Venedig . . . Das Wintermahr- 
chen. 

Kroneberg, A. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 94:;, and "Macbeth." 
No. 948. 

19 22, 12, 79. 145 



Kuehn, C. G. 

Drei Biicher Epigramme. Berlin, 1852. Sm. 8 

G.3915.14 

There is an " Anhang. Ein Londoner Druck von 1672, en- 
thaltend Shakspeare's Sommernaclitstraum und die Falstaff- 
Scenen." It is simply a notice of Kirkman's "Wits." 

Kuehn, Carl. 

1742. Ueber Ducis in seiner Beziehung zu Shak- 
spere. Inaugural-Dissertation der philosophischen 
Facultat der Universitat Jena zur Erlangung der 
Doclorwiirde vorgelegt von Carl Kiihn. Cassel. 
L. Doll. 1875. 37 pp. 8 6596.15 
Kurz, Hermann, 1813 . 

Die Deutschen in den "Lustigen Weibern von 
Windsor." (Internationale Revue, Juli 1866. Wien.} 

No. 8 in G.3910.9 

Nachlese. i. Die Wilderersage. 2. Zum Som- 
mernachtstraum. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1869.) 

Shakespeare, der Schauspieler. (Jahrbuch, 1871.) 

Zu Titus Andronicus. (Jahrbuch, 1870.) 

Translator of "Merry wives of Windsor," No. 
844- 

KONEWKA, P. Falstaff und seine Gesellen. 
Lachmann, Karl, 1793-1851. 

Translator of " Macbeth," No. 881, and the " Son- 
nets," No. 908. 
Lacroix, Jean Baptiste Marie Albert, 1834 . 

1743. Histoire de Pinfluence de Shakspeare sur 
le theatre francais jusqu'a nos jours, par Albert La- 
croix. Memoire couronne au concours institue par 
le gouvernement Beige entre les universites du roy- 
aume. (Annee 1854-1855.) Bruxelles, T. Lesigne. 
1856. (2), xxvi, 359 pp. 8 G.3910.20 

This is a large paper copy. 

Lacroix, Jules, 1809 

Translator of "Julius Cassar," No. 805, and 
"Chefs-d'oeuvre de Shakspeare," No. 796. 
Lacy, Fanny Eliza. 

GCOCBAN, H. W. Beauties of Shakespere. 
Lacy, John, 1681. 

" Sauny the Scot," Nos. 616 and 617. 
Lacy's acting edition. 

The following plays were published in this series: "Antony 
and Cleopatra," No. 5 in 84.2.1, ' Cymbeline," No. 217, "Ham- 
let travestie," No. 266, " Henry iv," No. 288, " Othello traves- 
tie," No. 548, " Richard III," No. 591, and " Perdita," No. 696. 

Lady's advice to froward women, droll, No. 6153. 

Laing, David, 1793-1878. 

JONSON, B. Notes of Jonson's conversations. 

LODGE, T. A defence of poetry. 
Lamartine, Alphonse Marie Louis de, 1790-1869. 

1744. A. de Lamartine. Shakspeare et son 
oeuvre. Paris. A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et cie. 
1865. (4), 350, (i) pp. 8 G.3910.21 

Contents. Introduction; Rome'o et Juliette; Hamlet; Mac- 
beth; Othello; Latempete. 

Consists principally of translations of parts of these plays. 

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. 

On the tragedies of Shakspeare, considered with 
reference to their fitness for stage representation. 
In his Works, vol. 2. London, 1818. 8 

No. 2 in G.3924.4 

Same. In his Prose works, vol. i. London, 1838. 
8 G.3717.5.1 

Same. In his Works, vol. 4. Boston, 1865. 8 

G.3717.8.4 

Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived 
about the time of Shakspeare. London, 1835. 8 

G.3945.16 



Lamb Latham 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



1745. Tales from Shakespear, designed for the 
use of young persons. By Charles Lamb. The 
third edition. In two volumes. London : M. J. 
God-win and co. 1816. Illustrated. 8 G.3944.17 

Contents. \. Tempest; Midsummer night's dream; Win- 
ter's tale; Much ado about nothing; As you like it; Two gen- 
tlemen of Verona; Merchant of Venice; Cvmbeline; King Lear; 
Macbeth. 2. All's well that ends well; Taming of the shrew; 
Comedy of errors; Measure for measure; Twelfth night; Timon 
of Athens; Romeo and Juliet; Hamlet; Othello; Pericles. 

1746. Same. By Mr. and Miss Lamb. Sixth 
edition. Ornamented with engravings, from designs 
by Harvey. London : Bald-win and Cradock. 1838. 
vii, (i), 375 pp. Portrait of Shakespeare. 8 

G.3944.18; G.3717.6 

1747. Same. Tales from Shakspeare. Designed 
for the use of young persons. By Charles Lamb. 
London: E. Moxon. 1840. (4), 104 pp. 8 

No. i in Pph. v. 315 

In this edition all the tales except "King Lear, Macbeth, 
Timon of Athens, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and Othello," are 
.said to be by Miss Lamb. 

1748. Same. By Charles and Miss Lamb. Sev- 
enth edition. Ornamented with engravings, from 
designs by Harvey. London : H. G. Bo/in 1843. 
vii, (i), 375 pp. Portrait, the Chandos. 8 

G.3944.19 

1749. Same. Tales from Shakspere. By Mr. 
and Miss Lamb. A new edition. To which are now 
added, scenes illustrating each tale. In two vol- 
umes. London : C. Knight and co. 1846. Sin. 8 

840.29 
The contents are the same as in No. 1745. 

1750. Same. Ninth edition. Ornamented with 
engravings, from designs by Harvey. London: H. 
G. Bohn. 1851. vii, (i), 375 pp. Portrait. 8 

G.3944.20 

1751. Same. Six tales from Shakspeare, by 
Charles and Miss Lamb. (Ein Lesebuch fur mitt- 
lere Classen.) Mit grammatischen Anmerkungen 
und einem vollstandigen Worterbuche versehen von 

F. Baity. Altenburg, Schmiphase 'sche Buchhand- 
lung. [1860.] viii, in pp. 8 G.3944.24 

Contents. Tempest; Merchant of Venice ; Macbeth; Ham- 
let; King Lear; As you like it. 

1752. Same. Tales from Shakspeare. By Charles 
and Mary Lamb. With the portrait of Shakspeare. 
Leipzig: B. Tauchnitz. 1863. viii, (i), 34^ pp. 
16 55.10.7 

The portrait is missing from this copy. 

1753. Same. Tales from Shakspeare, by Charles 
Lamb. With a copious vocabulary compiled by E. 
Amthor. Fourth edition. Berlin, Renger' sche Buch- 
handlung. [1873.] viii, 260 pp. 8 G.78.10 

Intended as an English reading-book for schools in Germany. 
The vocabulary is a translation of English words into German. 

1754. Same. Tales from Shakspeare. Designed 
for the use of young people. By Charles Lamb. 
With 184 illustrations by Sir John Gilbert. London : 

G. Routledgc and sons. [1877.] xii, 372 pp. 8 

6593.4 

1755. Same. Tales from Shakespeare. By 
Charles and Mary Lamb. Boston : J. R. Osgood 
and co. 1877. viii, (i), 365 pp. 16 797.20 

1756. Same. Shakespeare for children. Tales 
from Shakespeare. By Charles and Mary Lamb. 
Illustrated by John Moyr Smith. London: Chatto 
and Windtis. 1879. xi, 270 pp. 4 . 4590a.l5 

1757. Same. Le memorial de W. Shakspere. 
Contes Shaksperiens, par Charles Lamb, traduits 
de 1'anglais par Alphonse Borghers, avec une intro- 
duction par Philarete Chasles, pre"cedee d'une vie 
de Shakspere et de Lamb, par Amedee Pichot. Pa- 



ris, Baitdry. 1842. (6), xlviii, 360 pp. Illustrated. 
L. 8 G.3953.1 

Lamb, George, 1784-1834. 

Editor of " Timon of Athens," No. 671. 
Lamb, Mary Ann, 1765-1847. 

LAMB, C. Tales from Shakspeare. 
Lampadius, Wilhelm Adolph, 1812 . 

Translator of "Antony and Cleopatra" and 
"Winter's tale," No. 838. 
Lampe, Johann Friedrich, 1693-1756. 

Composer of the music to "Pyramus andThisbe," 
No. 498. 

No. 4 in 0.4060.1 is the musical score together with the words 
of the greater part of the opera. 

Landor, "Walter Savage, 1775-1864. 

1758. Citation and examination of William Shak- 
speare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby and Silas 
Gough, clerk, before the worshipful Sir Thomas 
Lucy, knight, touching deer-stealing on the igth 
day of September in the year of Grace 1582, now 
first published from original papers. To which is 
added a conference of Master Edmund Spenser, a 
gentleman of note, with the Earl of Essex, touching 
the state of Ireland, A. D. 1595. London : Saundcrs 
and Otley. 1834. xi, 284 pp. 12 

G.3934.13 ; 2598.6 
Same. In his Works and life, vol. 2. London, 

1876. 8 2563.60.2 

EXAMINATION of William Shakspeare touching 

deer-stealing. No. 19 in G.62.1 

A review of the above work, from some unknown magazine. 

Lane, John. 

Tom Tell-troths message, and his pens complaint, 
London, 1600. (New Shakspere society. Shak- 
spere's England. Series vi.) 
Lane, R. J. 

Editor of " C. Kemble's Shakspere readings," No. 
155- 
Langbaine, Gerard, 1608-1658. 

An account of the English dramatick poets. Ox- 
ford, 1691. 8 G.3924.5 ; G.3924.6 

The account of Shakespeare is on pp. 453-460. In 6.3924.6 
are numerous manuscript notes, from Oldys, Bishop Percy, 
Steevens and others. 

Momus triumphans : or the plagiaries of the Eng- 
lish stage ; expos'd in a catalogue. London, 1688. 
4 G.3951.3 

Shakespeare's plays and their sources are given on pp. 21, 22. 

Lansdowne, Baron. See G. GRANVILLE. 
Lansdowne Shakespeare. See Nos. 83 and 104. 
La Place, Pierre Antoine de, 1707-1793. 

Translator of "Le theatre anglois," No. 795. 
La Primaudaye, Pierre de. 

Academic francoise. Paris, 1579. 8 G.4075.3 

Same. The French academic. London, 1586. 
8 G.4075.4 

Chap. 52, " Of the division of the ages of man," may have 
suggested to Shakespeare the similar passage in " As you 
like it." 

Laroche, Benjamin, 1797-1852. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 794. 
Latham, Henry. 

1759. Sertum Shaksperianum, subnexis aliquot 
aliunde excerptis floribus. Latine reddidit H. La- 
tham. Londini apud A. Macmillan. 1864. xi. (i), 
203, (i) pp. 8 G.3946.22 
Latham, Robert Gordon, 1812 . 

The plot and dramatis personal of "Titus An- 
dronicus." (Eraser's magazine, Sept., 1870. Lon- 
don.'} 5196.1. n.s. 2 



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1760. Two dissertations on the Hamlet of Saxo 
Grammaticus and of Shakespear. i. The historical 
personality of Hamlet. n. The relation of the 
' Hamlet' of Shakespear to the German play ' Prinz 
Hamlet aus Danemark,' etc. By R. G. Latham. 
Williams and Norgate. London. 1872. (2), 149, 
(i) pp. 8 G.73.5 

The first part of this work is published in the " Transactions 
of the Royal society of literature." The second part contains a 
translation of the German play. 

On the double personality of the Hamlet of Saxo 
Grammaticus the Hamlet of Shakespear its re- 
lation to the German Hamlet. (Royal society of 
literature. Transactions, 1874. London.') 2957.4.10 

Read Nov. 22, 1871. 

Lavoix, Henri, fils. 

Les tradudleurs de Shakespeare en musique. (Re- 
vue et gazette musicale, mai 9, 30, juin 13, 27. juil- 
let 18, 25, 1869. Paris.) 8050.5,1869 

1761. Les tradu6teurs de Shakespeare en mu- 
sique. Par H. Lavoix fils. Extrait de la Revue et 
gazette musicale de Paris. Paris : Liepmannssohn 
et Dufour. 1869. 32 pp. 8 4593.13 
Law. See LEGAL acquirements. 

Law against lovers, comedy, Nos. 4363, 437a. 
Lawrence, Frederick. 

Remarkable literary impostures. No. n. Wil- 
liam Henry Ireland. (Sharpe's London magazine, 
Jan., 1849.) No - I0 in G.62.1 

Lawson, William. 

Editor of "Henry vm," No. 318, and "Richard 
in," No. 580. 
Lazarefsky, V. 

Translator of " Othello," NO- 950. 
Lea, Henry Charles, 1825 . 

Ireland and the Shakspere forgeries. (Demo- 
cratic review, July, 1845. Ne-va York.) 

No. 3 in G.3953.29 ; 3154.2.17 
Learning of Shakespeare. 

BAYNES, T. S. What Shakespeare learnt at 
school. (Eraser's magazine, Nov., 1879. London.) 

5187.1.n.s.20 

A BRIEF enquiry into the learning of Shakespear, 
by S. (The universal visiter, and monthly memo- 
rfalist, No in. London, 1756?) No. 6 in G.3922.1 

FARMER, R. Essay on the learning. 

MAGINN, W. Shakspeare papers. 

SOME Shakspearian and Spenserian MSS. (Amer- 
ican Whig review, Dec., 1851, Jan., Feb., 18152. 
New-York.) 5215.1.14,'l5 

WHALLEY, P. An enquiry into the learning. 
Lebas, Philippe, 1794-1861. 

Translator of " Othello," No. 796. 
Lebens-und-Denkbuch. See F. GRUENER. 
Lee, Alexander. 

1762. Part, ist. Recollections of Shakspeare, 
dramatic overture, for the piano forte, (with (ad lib.) 
violin accompaniment) dedicated to the Shaksperian 
society, by Alexander Lee. London; L. Lee and Cox- 
head. [1864?] (2), 7 pp. F No. 10 in G.4060.3 
Lee, Henry T. 

Shakspeare's Brutus. (Knickerbocker, May, 1861. 
Neiv York.) No. 20 in G.3930.10 

Lee, Jane. 

On the authorship of the second and third parts 
of Henry vi, and their originals. (NEW Shakspere 
society. Transactions. 1875-6. Series i.) 

Table of Shakspere's and Marlowe's shares in 
Henry vi, parts 2 and 3. (NEW Shakspere society. 
Transactions, 1875-6. Series i.) 
Lee, John, 1781. 

Editor of "Macbeth," No. 392. 



Legal acquirements of Shakespeare. 

CAMPBELL, J. Shakespeare's legal acquirements. 

FRAUNCE, A. The lawiers logike. 

FULLER, R. F. Shakspeare as a lawyer. 

HEARD, F. F. Shakespeare's legal acquirements. 

RUSHTON, W. L. Shakespeare a lawyer. 

WHITE, R. G. Shakespeare, attorney at law. 
Legge, Thomas, i536?-ioo7- 

1763. The true tragedy of Richard the third ; to 
which is appended the Latin play of Richardus Ter- 
tius, by Dr. Thomas Legge. Both anterior to 
Shakespeare's drama. W r ith an introduction and 
notes by Barron Field. London : Shakespeare soci- 
ety. 1844. ix, 166 pp. 8 

G.3927.35 ; G.301.8.4 ; 4596.9 
Same. In COLLIER, J. P. Shakespeare's library, 

second edition, vol. 5. 

Leicester, England. KELLY, W. Notices illustra- 
tive. 

Leigh Cliffe, pseudonym of G. JONES. 

Leipzig, Germany. 

GERICKE, R. Statistik der Leipziger Shakespeare 

Auffiihrungen in den Jahren, 1817-71. 

Le Loyer, Pierre, sieur de la Brosse, 1550-1634. 
A treatise of specters. London, 1605. G.4073.18 

On folio 32 is a story from which Shakespeare may have de- 
rived his allusion to the bagpipe in the " Merchant of Venice," 
Aft 4, sc. i. 

Lemcke, Ludwig Gustav, 1816 . 

1764. Shakspeare in seinem Verhaltnisse zu 
Deutschland. Ein Vortrag gehalten im Rathhaus- 
saale zu Marburg, am 16. Febr. 1864 von L. G. 
Lemcke. Leipzig: F. C. W. Vogel. 1864. 26 pp. 
8 No. 2 in G.3914.17 ; 6597.17 
Lemercier, Louis Jean Nepomucene, 1771-1840. 

"Richard in et Jeanne Shore," No. 818. 
Lemoinne, John Emile, 1815 . 

Etudes critiques et biographiques. Paris, 1852. 
12 G.3912.6 

The first essay is on "Shakspeare: Hamlet; Macbeth; Ro- 
meo et Juliette." 

Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870. 

HATTON, J. With a show in the north. 
Lennep, Jacobus van, 1802-1868. 

Translator of " Romeo and Juliet," No. 785. 
Lenuig, Thompson. 

Macbeth. (Penn monthly, May, 1870. Philadel- 
phia.) 5254.50.1 
Lennox, Charlotte, 1720-1804. 

1765. Shakespear illustrated : or the novels and 
histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are 
founded, collected and translated from the original 
authors. With critical remarks. [ Vol. i and 2 read 
In two volumes. Vol. 3 reads The third and last 
volume.] By the author of the Female Quixote. 
London : A. Miller, 1753, 54. 3 v. 12 

G.4073.8; 2598.25 

Contents. 1. The fifth novel of the eighth decad of the 
Hecatomythi of GiraldiCinthio; Observations on the use Shake- 
spear has made of the foregoing novel in his comedy called 
Measure for measure; The ninth novel of Bandello; Observa- 
tions on Romeo and Juliet; The seventh novel of the third de- 
cad of the Hecatomythi of Cinthio; Observations on Othello; 
The ninth novel of the second day of the Decamerone of Boccac- 
cio ; Observations on Cymbeline ; The ninth novel of the third 
day of the Decamerone: Observations on All's well that ends 
well; The thirtv-sixth novel of Bandello; Observations on 
Twelfth night; The history of Macbeth, collected from Holing- 
shed's Chronicles ; Observations on Macbeth. 2. The history 
of Dorastus and Fawnia; Observations on Winter's tale; The 
Menaechmi of Plautus; Observations on Comedy of errors; The 
story of Amleth translated from the Danish History of Saxo- 
Grammaticus ; Observations on Hamlet. 3. The fable of the 
Two gentlemen of Verona; The story of Troilus and Cressida, 
from Chaucer; The fable of Troilus and Cressida; The plan of 
Richard II ; The plan of the first part of Henry iv; Henry v; 



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Henry yi ; Richard HI; Henry vm; The tale of Genevra, from 
the Italian of Ariosto, in the fifth book of Orlando Furioso ; Plan 
of Much ado about nothing'; The history of Lear, from Holing- 
shed's Chronicle; Fable of the tragedy of King Lear. 

On the fly-leaf of 2598.25 is the following note, possibly by 
Lancelot Holland, to whom this copy originally belonged : 
" Copied from another edition of Capell's that had been Malone's 
and in his handwriting. ' Whoever shall peruse Dr. Johnson's 
Preface to his edition of Shakespeare, will, I think, clearly see 
that the Dedication of this book was by him. Many of the ob- 
servations throughout the work are, I believe, also his. The 
nominal author was Mrs. Lenox. E. M. 1777.'" 

1766. Same. Shakspeare illustrated : or, the 
novels and histories on which the plays of Shak- 
speare are founded. Collected and translated from 
the originals, by Mrs. Lenox. With critical remarks, 
and biographical sketches of the writers, by M. M. 
Noah. In two volumes. Vol. i. Bradford and 
Inskeep, Philadelphia. 1809. 8 G.4073.9 

Contents. 1. The ninth novel of Bandello; Remarks on 
Romeo and Juliet; The seventh novel of the third decad of the 
Hecatomythi of Cinthio; Remarks on Othello; Dorastus and 
Fawnia; Remarks on Winter's tale; The Menaechmi of Plau- 
Jus ; Remarks on the Comedy of errors ; Ninth novel of the sec- 
ond day of the Decamerone; Remarks onCymbeline; History 
of Macbeth from Holingshed's Chronicles ; Remarks on Mac- 
beth. 

Inserted is a manuscript letter of the editor to Mr. Barton, 
dated Dec. 28, 1842, stating that this was the only volume pub- 
lished. 

Lenox, James. 

Shakespeare's plays, in folio. (Historical maga- 
zine, July, 1861. Neiv York.} 

No. 6 in G.3950.6; 4315.1.5; 4590.10 

This account of the Folios in the Lenox library was published 
as an appendix to the Historical magazine. 0.3950.6 and 4590.10 
are copies on large paper, the first presented to Mr. Barton, the 
second to the Public Library, by Mr. Lenox. 

Same. The Lenox collection of Shakespeare 
folios. (American bibliopolist, June and July, 1870. 
New York.} 6150.16.2 

Mr. Lenox has added, under date of June 1870, to his former 
list his " plays in quarto." 

Lenz, Jakob Michael Reinhold, 1750-1792. 

1767. Anmerkungen iibers Theater, nebst ange- 
hangten iibersetzten Stuck Shakespears. Leipzig, 
in der Weygandschen Buchhandhmg. 1774. 160 pp. 
16 G.3915.6 

Contents. Anmerkungen ; Amor vincit omnia (Love's 
labour's lost). 

Let^F. A. 

1768. Beitrage und Verbesserungen zu Shake- 
speare's Drfimen nach handschriftlichen Aenderun- 
gen in einem von J. Payne Collier aufgefundenen 
Exemplare der Folio-Ausgabe von 1632 fur den 
deutschen Text bearbeitet und herausgegeben von 
F. A. Leo. Berlin. A. Asher und Cotnp. 1853. 
xxvi, ( i), 341 pp. 8 G.3920.13 

Another title-page reads, "Supplement-Band zu Shake- 
speare's dramatischen Werken enthaltend Beitrage und Verbes- 
serungen zum Texte derselben. Bearbeitet und herausgegeben 
von F. A. Leo." 

1769. DieDelius'scheKritikdervonJ. Payne Col- 
lier aufgefundenen alten handschriftlichen Emenda- 
tionen zum Shakespeare gewiirdigt von F. A. Leo. 
Berlin. A. Asher und Cotnp. 1853. <;o pp. 8 

No. 2 in G.3920.25 

Die neue englische Text-Kritik des Shakespeare. 
(Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1865.) 

1770. Shakespeare's Coriolanus. Die Delius'sche 
Ausgabe dieser Tragcedie kritisch beleuchtet von F. 
A. Leo. Berlin, Tro-witzsch und So/in. 1861. 32 
pp. 8 No. 10 in G.3910.12 

1771. Shakespeare's Frauen-Ideale. Fest-Vor- 
trag am. 23. April 1868 vor der General-Versamm- 
lung der deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft zu 
Weimar gehalten von F. A. Leo. Halle, G. E. 
Barthel. 1868. 44 pp. 8 * 6597.9 



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Editor of " Coriolanus," No. 204, and translator 
of " Macbeth," No. 843. 

PLUTARCH. Four chapters of North's Plutarch. 
Leoni, Michele. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, No. 920, of 
" Cymbeline," No. 923, " Hamlet," No. 925, "Julius 
Caesar," No. 927, "Macbeth," No. 929, "Othello," 
No. 931, "Richard m," No. 935, "Romeo and Ju- 
liet," No. 936, and "The tempest," No. 938. 

Nos. 22-39 in 0.51.5.2 are eleven autograph letters of Leoni, 
written during the years 1815-23, containing many Shakespearian 
allusions. 

Leonico, Aiigelo. 

L'amore di Trolio, et Griseida. Venetia, 15 "53. 
4 G.4072.4 

Leopold Shakspere. See No. 135. 
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 1729-1781. 

Hamburgische Dramaturgic, 1767-69. In his 
Sammtliche Schriften, B. 7. Berlin. 1839. 8 

G.3473.2.7 

The first German advocacy of Shakespeare. 

ECKARDT, L. Lessing. 

SENDEL, C. Lessing-Aristoteles' Verhaltniss zu 
Shakspere. 
Lethbridge, J. W. 

1772. The Shakspere almanack for 1849, I ^5- 
London : D. B ague. 1848, [1849.] 2 v - Illustrated. 
12 " Nos i, 2 inG.3945.21 

The Almanac for 1850 contains an " Essay on the character 
of Shakspere by J. W. Lethbridge." 

Le Tourneur, Pierre, 1736-1788. 

Translator of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 788 and 

789, and "Macbeth," No. 810. 

Letter. 

COLLINS, W. Letter to G. Hardinge. 
LETTER to Colley Gibber. See No. 1202. 
LETTER to Miss Nossiter. See NOSSITER. 
WARNER, R. Letter to D. Garrick. 

Lettre a Mylady Morgan. See F. P. C. DUPIN. 

Lettsom, William Nanson. 

WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text 

of Shakespeare. 
Shakespeare's versification. 

Leuveu, Adolphe, comte Ribbing, called De Lea- 
ven, 1800 . 
.ROSIER, J. B. Midsummer night's dream. 

Leveridge. Richard, 1670-1758. 
" Pyramus and Thisbe," No. 497. 

Lewes, George Henry, 1817-1878. 

Shakspeare as adtor and critic. In his On actors 

and the art of acting. London, 1875. 8 

2575.70; 1366.9 

Same. Leipzig, 1875. 16 1389.6 

Same. New York, 1878. 12 2575.77 

Shakspeare in France. (Cornhill, Jan., 1865. 

London.) No. 17 in G.62.2 

Lex scripta. RUSHTON, W. L. Shakspeare illus- 
trated by the Lex scripta. 

Lexicon. 

DELIUS, N. Shakspere-Lexicon. 

DICTIONARIES. 

SCHMIDT, A. Shakespeare-lexicon. 

Liebau, Gustav. 

1773. Erzahlungen aus der Shakespeare-Welt. 
Fur die deutsche Jugend bearbeitet von Gustav Lie- 
bau. Berlin, 1876. C. Sale-wski. 150 pp. 16 

6598.40 

Contents. Shakespeare's Leben ; Der Sturm ; Die bezahmte 
Widerspenstige ; Das Wintermarchen ; Hamlet; Konig Lear; 
Romeo und Julia. 



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Liebau Lock 



1774. Shakespeare-Galerie. Abhandlung iiber 
Romeo und Julia (Romeo and Juliet). Fur Vereh- 
rer des Dichters herausgegeben von Gustav Liebau. 
i Lieferung, Zweite durchgesehene Auflage. Ber- 
lin, 1877. C. Sale-ivski. 31 pp. 8 6594.16 

1775. William Shakespeare's Leben und Dich- 
ten. Von Gustav Liebau. Gera.Isslcib und Rietz- 
schel. 1873. (8), 55 pp. 8 No. 8 in G.73.11.1 
Life. 

LIFE and humours of Fal staff, No. 291. 
TIECK, L. Life of poets, a novel. 
For lives of Shakespeare see BIOGRAPHY. 

Lillo, George, 1693-1739. 

"Arden of Feversham,"Nos. 7040-704^ and "Ma- 
rina," Nos. 556a and 556b. 
Lilly, John, i553?-i6oo? 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Zeitgenos- 
sen, Band 3. 

CARTWRIGHT, R. Footsteps of Shakspere. 

HALPIN, N. J. Oberon's vision. 

HENSE, C. C. Lilly und Shakespeare. 

RUSHTON, W. L. Shakespeare's Euphuism. 
Linde, Hermann. 

1776. Hermann Linde's Shakespeare-Recita- 
tionen. (Frei aus dem Gedachtniss.) Ausgewahlte 
Urtheile der Presse. Diisseldorf, Druck von Ge- 
bruder Spiethoff. [1875?] 42pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.72.7.1 
Liiidenschmitt, Wilhelm, 1829 . 

1777. Shakespeare and the literature of England. 
1564-1864. Photograph by J. Albert. 19X27! in. 

Trustees' Room 

0.72 4 is the key to the above, with German letter-press. 

Lindgi en, Adolf. 

Translator of " Lucrece," No. 959. 
Lindner, Albert, 1831 . 

Bemerkungen iiber symbolische Kunst im Drama 
mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung Shakespeare's. 
(Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1867.) 

Die dramatische Einheit im Julius Ca'sar. (Jahr- 
buch, 1867.) 

Die Einrichtung des Cymbeline fiir die Biihne. 
(Jahrbuch, 1868.) 

1778. William Shakspeare. Ein Schauspiel in 
drei Abtheilungen von Albert Lindner. \_Druck 
der F. priv. Plofbuchdruckerei in Rudolstadt. 1 864. ] 
(2), 122 pp! 16 No. 2 in G.3936.31 
Lindo, Mark Prager, 1877. 

Editor of "Macbeth," No. 410. 
Line of life. See J. FORDE. 
Linguet, Simon Nicolas Henri, 1736-1794. 

Observations sur Othello et Hamlet. In GOSSE, 
P. F. Portefeuille d'un ancien typographe. A la 
Haye, 1824. 8 G.3911.7 

Linley, Thomas, junior, 1756-1778. 

1779. Ode on the spirits of Shakespear. Com- 
posed by Thomas Linley, jr. Alto. (12) pp. Man- 
uscript. Obi. f No.,2 in G.4060.12 

Both words and music are given. 

Linley, William, 1766-1835. 

Ariel's adieu to Prospero. Words by W. L. 
Bowles. In his Eight songs for a tenor or soprano. 
London. F c No. 3 in G.4060.1 

1780. 'Shakspeare's dramatic songs, consisting 
of all the songs, duets, trios and chorusses, in char- 
acter, as introduced by him in his various dramas 
the music, partly new and partly selected with new 
symphonies and accompaniments for the piano forte 
from the works of Purcell, Fielding, Boyce, Nares, 
Arne, Cooke, J. Smith, I. S. Smith. T. Linley, jr. 



and R. I. S. Stevens, to which are prefixed a gen- 
eral introduction of the subject and explanatory re- 
marks on each play, by Wm. Linley. In two vol- 
umes. London. Preston. F G.4060.2 

Contents. 1. The tempest; Two gentlemen of Verona; 
Twelfth night; Measure for measure; Much ado about noth- 
ing; Midsummer night's dream; Love's labour's lost; Mer- 
chant of Venice. 2. As you like it; All's well that ends well; 
Winter's tale ; Henry IV, part 2 ; Henry vin; Antony and Cleo- 
patra; King Lear; Hamlet; Cymbeline; Othello; Macbeth, by 
S. Wesley. 

Nos. 29 and 49 in 0.51.5.1 are autograph letters of W. Linley 
to J. Britton. 

Literary. 

1781. Literary and graphical illustrations of 
Shakspeare, and the British drama : comprising an 
historical view of the origin and improvement of the 
English stage, and a series of critical and descrip- 
tive notices of upwards of one hundred of the most 
celebrated tragedies, comedies, operas, and farces. 
Embellished with more than two hundred engrav- 
ings on wood, by eminent artists. London : Hurst, 
Chance, and co. 1831. xvi, 204 pp. 12 G.3951.43 

1782. Same. The dramatic souvenir : being lit- 
erary and graphical illustrations of Shakespeare and 
other celebrated English dramatists. Embellished 
with upwards of two hundred engravings on wood, 
by eminent artists. London : C. Tilt. 1833. xy i) 
204 pp. 12 G.3951.44 

A new title-page merely. 

Literary cookery. See A. E. BRAE. 
Littledale, Harold. 

Editor of "The two noble kinsmen," No. 135, and 
of the editions of this play in the "NEW Shakspere 
society," Series n. 
Littr6, Maximilien Paul Emile, 1801 . 

Nouvelle exegese de Shakspeare. (Revue des 
deux mondes, 15 nov., 1860. Paris.) 

No. 21 in G.3940.1 ; 3375.1.30 
Liverseege, Henry, 1803-1832. 

Engravings from [his] works. London [1835]. 
F G.50.16 

The Shakespearian scenes are six, taken from "Hamlet, 
Othello, Henry IV, Taming of the shrew, As you like it, and 
Merry wives of Windsor." 

Livy, Titus, Patavinus, 59 B. .-17 A. D. 
The Romane historic. London, 1600. F 

G.4070.1 
Known as " Shakespeare's edition." 

Lloyd, Charles. 

Address to the genius of Shakespeare. In COLE- 
RIDGE, S. T. Poems, second edition. Bristol, 
1797. 8 G.3946.7 

Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764. 

1783. Shakespeare : an epistle to Mr. Garrick ; 
with an ode to genius. London : T. Davies. 1760. 
(2), ii pp. F No. ii in G.60a.l7 

Same. In ANDERSON, R. Poets of Great Brit- 
ain, vol. 10. London, 1794. 8 4604.1.10 
Lloyd, "William Watkiss. 

1784. Essays on the life and plays of Shake- 
speare, by William Watkiss Lloyd ; contributed to 
the edition of the poet by S. W. Singer, 1856. Lon- 
don : C. Whittingham. 1858. (639) pp. 8 

G.3925.17 
Only fifty copies'were privately printed. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 96. 
Lobedanz, Edmund Adolph Johannes, 1820 . 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 868. 
Lock, Matthew, 1635-1677. 

1785. The English opera ; or the vocal musick 
in Psyche, with the instrumental therein intermix'd. 
To which is adjoyned the instrumental musick in 
the Tempest. By Matthew Lock. London, printed 



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by T. Ratcliff, and N. Thompson. 1675. (8), 72 
pp. 4 G.4060.16 

This copy belonged to J. O. Halliwell-Phillipps. 

1786. The musick in the tragedy of Macbeth. 
Composed by Mr. Lock. 71 pp. Manuscript. 
Obi. f G.4060.13 

An old manuscript, containing the words also. 

1787. Same. The original songs, airs and cho- 
russes which were introduced in the tragedy of Mac- 
beth in score. Composed by Matthew Locke. Re- 
vised and corrected by Dr. Boyce, dedicated to David 
Garrick. London. Printed by Longman and Bro- 
derip. (4), 29 pp. F No. i in G.4060.6 

1788. Same. Boosey and sons' complete edition 
of Locke's music for Macbeth. London : Boosey and 
sons. [1860.] 24 pp. F No. 3 in G.4060.6 

Same. In SHAKSPEARE album. 
Lockhart, John Gibson, 1793-1854. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, No. 60. 
Locrine. 

For the editions of this play see page 47 and Nos. 790, 913 and 
917. 

Lodge, Thomas. 

1789. A defence of poetry, music, and stage- 
plays, by Thomas Lodge. To which are added, by 
the same author, An alarum against usurers : and 
the deleclable history of Forbonius and Prisceria. 
With introduction and notes [by Dr. Laing]. Lon- 
don: Shakespeare society. 1853. Ixxvii, 129 pp. 8 

G.3937.2 ; 4596.20 

The " Defence" is a reply to S. Gosson's "School of abuse." 
Euphues golden legacie. London, 1634. 4 

G.4071.8 

This tale, on which is founded " As you like it," was origi- 
nally published in 1590, under the title " Rosalynde." A partial 
reprint of this edition is given in Waldron's ''Ancient and mod- 
ern miscellany," and reprints of the edition of 1592 are to be 
found in Collier's "Shakespeare's library," Nos. 1240-1242, and 
in Halliwell's folio edition, vol. 6, No. 90. A French translation 
is given in Hugo's edition, vol. 8, No. 790, and a German version 
in Echtenneyer's "Quellen," B. 3. 

DELIUS, N. Lodge's Rosalynde. 

GOSSON, S. The school of abuse. 
Loen, August Friedrich Oger Freiherr von, 

1828. 

Die Sriakespeare-Auffiihrung in Weimar. (Leip- 
ziger Zeitung, 14 Jan., 1864.) No. i in G.3910.7 

Die Shakespeare-Kenntniss im heutigen Frank- 
reich. Mit besonderem Bezug auf die Shakespeare- 
Forschungen von A. Mezieres. (Internationale 
Revue, Juli 1866. Wien.~) 

No. 8 in G.3910.9 ; No. 19 in G.3910.17 
Lofft, Capel, 1751-1824. 

1790. Aphorisms from Shakespeare ; arranged 
according to the plays, etc. With a preface and 
notes ; numeral references to each subject ; and a 
copious index. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and 
Brown. London. 1812. (4), xxxiv, (i), 456, xxxvi 
pp. Portrait. 12 G. 3956.8 

Inserted is an autograph letter of LofTt, dated Feb. 14, 1800. 

Lohse, Louis. 

1791. Anthologie aus Shakespeare fur meine 
Schiller von sonst und jetzt. Louis Lohse. Plauen 
i. I V. F. E. Neupert. 1876. (2), 164 pp. 8 

G.75.1 

In two parts, the first containing selections from the various 
plays, the second selections arranged alphabetically according 
to subjects. 

London. 

KRETZSCHMAR, T. Von Stratford nach London. 
NORDEN, J. Map of London, 1593. 
RENDLE, W. The Bankside, Southwark, and the 
Globe playhouse. 



RODENBERG, J. Studienreisen in England. 
The biographies of Shakespeare contain more or less exten- 
sive notices of London and its theatres in his day. 

London prodigal. 

For the editions of this play see p. 47 and Nos. 790, 915, 916 
and 917. 

Loon, W. van. 

Translator of "Antony and Cleopatra," No. 768, 
and " King Lear," No. 777. 
Lordan, C. L. 

Colloquies, desultory and diverse. Romsey, 1843. 
8 G.3924.20 

Colloquy 3 is "A few words upon Shakspeare." 

Lostgeu Wiewer von Windsor. See No. 939. 
Love, James, pseudonym of J. DANCE. 
Love betray'd, comedy. See No. 682. 
Love in a forest, comedy. See No. iSS. 

Love's labour's lost. 

ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 

BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. 2. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. i. 

DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 

DUPORT, P. Essais litteraires, v. 2. 

DYCE, A. A few notes on Shakespeare. 

FRIESEN, H. F. v. Bemerkungen zu den Alters- 
bestimmungen. 

Shakspere-studien, B. 2. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. i. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, B. 4. 

HUNTER, J. New illustrations, vol. i. 

KENRICK, W. Review of Johnson's new edition. 

KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 

KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen iiber Shakespeare. 

LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

MULCASTER, R. Positions . . . for the training 
up of children. 

This author is supposed to be the original of the character of 
Holofernes. 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SIEVERS, E. B. William Shakspeare. 

TABLE-TALK on Shakspeare. ' Love's labour's 
lost.' (Fraser's magazine, Jan., 1858. London.'} 

No. 22 in G.3930.10 

WALKER, W. S. Critical examination of the text, 
vol. 3. 

WHITE, R. G. Shakespeare's scholar. 
Loves of Dido and ^Eneas, a mask. See No. 437. 
Lowell, James Russell, 1819 . 

Shakespeare once more. (North American re- 
view, April, 1868. Boston.} 

No. 19 in G.62.2; 3153.1.106 

Same. In RICE, A. T. Essays from the North 
American review. New York, 1879. 8 2405.69 

White's Shakespeare. (Atlantic monthly, Jan., 
Feb., 1859. Boston.) No. 5 in G.3932.20 

Among my books. Boston, 1870. 16 4508.34 

" Shakespeare once more," pp. 151-227. This essay consists 
of the articles in the North American and the Atlantic com- 
bined, the portions of the latter having especial reference to 
White's edition being omitted. 



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Lowell Macb eth 



Lowell, Massachusetts. 

1792. Lowell Shakspeare memorial. Exercises 
on the ter-centenary celebration of the birth of Wil- 
liam Shakspeare, April 23, 1864, by the citizens of 
Lowell, Massachusetts. Lowell: Stone and Huse. 
1864. 51 pp. 8 No. 2 in G.3942.26 

Contains an oration by W. S. Bartlett, and the exercises at 
the dinner. 

Lowin, John. 

COLLIER, J. P. History of English dramatic 
poetry. New edition, vol. 3. 

Memoirs of aclors. 
Lowndes, William Thomas, 1843. 

The bibliographer's manual of English literature. 
London, 1834. 3 v. 8 G.291.5 

Shakespeare, pp. 1644-1667. 

Same. New edition, revised, corrected, and en- 
' larged, by H. G. Bohn. London, 1857-64. n v. 
8 G.43.10 

Shakespeare, pp. 2252-2366. For a separate publication of 
the Shakespearian portion, see No. 1094. 0.3951.21 is a dupli- 
cate copy of vol. IV, part 2. 

1793. Shakespeare and his commentators, from 
Lowndes' Bibliographer's manual. 1831. (26) pp. 
Portrait, the Droeshout. 8 

No. 6 in G.3951.19 ; G.3951.24 

0.3951.19 is a presentation copy to Rodd. On the fly-leaf of 
0.3951.24 is written "Sir Simon Clarke Bart. With the com- 
piler's respefts. Fifty-two copies printed." Inserted in this 
copy is an autograph letter of Lowndes, dated Nov. 26, 1841. 

Lucy, Robert. 

HUNT, R. The bow of Jonathan. 
Lucy, Sir Thomas. 

The works on Stratford, the biographies of Shakespeare, 
Dugdale's Warwickshire, pp. 395-403, and Lander's "Citation " 
have notices of Sir Thomas Lucy. In 0.3952.1 there are also 
some cuttings relating to him. 

Luders, Alexander. 

Essay on the character of Henry v. London, 1813. 
8 G.3946.24 

Ludwig, Otto, 1813-1865. 

1794. Shakespeare-Studien. Aus dem Nachlasse 
des Dichters herausgegeb'en von Moritz Heydrich. 
Leipzig: C. Cnobloch. 1872. (4), cxv, 540, (i) pp. 
8 ' 6597.19 
Luebker, Friedrich Heinrich Christian, iSn- 

1867. 

Sophokles' Oedipus und Shakspeare's Lear; ein 
Beitrag zur vergleichenden Literaturgeschichte. 
(Grossherzogliches Friedrich-Franz-Gymnasium. 
Parchim. Der Schulschriften, 1861.) 

No. i in G.3910.10 
Lueders, Ferdinand. 

1795. Beitrage zur Erklarung von Shakespeare's 
Othello. Von F. Luders. Hamburg. O. Meissner. 
1863. (2), x, 108 pp. 8 No. 5 in G.3914.24 

Prolog und Epilog bei Shakespeare. (Shake- 
speare Jahrbuch, 1870.) 
Lunt, George, 1803 . 

Three eras of New England. Boston, 1857. I2 

G.3945.15 ; 888.7 

"A Shakespearian research," on "runaway's eyes," pp. 258- 
264. 

Lyly, John. See J. LILLY. 
Lyndon, Miss. 

In No. 15 in 0.3930.15 are two letters from H. Butler, dated 
June 9, 12, iSoo, Isle of Wight Observer office, in reference to an 
edition of Shakespeare printed at that office in 1852 or 1853, for 
Miss Lyndon. The edition appeared in ten numbers. 

Lyric. 

1796. A lyric ode on the fairies, aerial beings, 
and witches of Shakespeare. London : J. Wilkie. 
1776. 20 pp. 4 No. 9 in G.3947.2 



Maass, M. 

1797. Unsere deutschen Dichterheroen und die 
sogenannte Shakespearomanie von M. Maass. 
Thorn, 1874. E. Lambeck. (2), 67 pp. 8 

No. i in G.73.11.2 

BENEDIX, R. Die Shakespearomanie. 
Macarthy, Justin, 1830 . 

Shakspere alamode. (Planet, Feb., 1862.) 

No. 28 in G.62.1 

A notice of " Songe d'une nuit d'ete," by ROSIER and Leuven. 

Macauley, Elizabeth Wright, 1785-1837. 

Tales of the drama founded on the tragedies of 
Shakspeare [etc.]. London, 1822. 12 G.3944.21 

The plays of Shakespeare are "King John, Winter's tale, 
Richard n, Merchant of Venice, Coriolanus and Julius Caesar." 

Macbeth. 

ANDERSON, J. On the site of Macbeth's castle. 
ANNOTATIONS illustrative of the plays. 
BAILEY, S. On the received text. 
BECKET, A. Shakspeare's himself again, vol. i. 
BIRCH, W. J. Inquiry into the philosophy and 
religion of Shakspere. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Mrs. Siddons. 

Shakespeare's Frauencharaktere. 

BREIER, F. Studien zu Macbeth. (Archiv fur 
das Studium der neueren Sprachen, 1852. Braun- 
schweig.} 3358.1.10 

BUCKNILL, J. C. Psychology of Shakespeare. 

CAINE, T. H. H. Richard in and Macbeth. 

CAPELL, E. Notes and various readings, vol. 2. 

CAULFIELD, J. S. Cowell's comic songs. 

CHEDWORTH, J. H., Lord. Notes upon some of 
the obscure passages. 

CLARKE, C. C. Shakespeare-characters. 

CLARKE, M. C. Girlhood of Shakespeare's hero- 
ines. 

CLAYDEN, P. W. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. 
(Fortnightly review, Aug., 1867. London.) 

No. 15 in G.62.4 ; 5362.1.8 

COLERIDGE, S. T. Notes and lectures, vol. i. 

CONGAL and Fenella ; a tale. 

COURTENAY, T. P. Commentaries on the histor- 
ical plays, vol. 2. 

CRIMES and remarkable trials in Scotland. Inci- 
dents of the earlier reigns. An inquiry into the 
character of Macbeth. (Blackwood's magazine, 
March, 1848. Edinburgh.} No. 10 in G.3937.28 

CUMBERLAND, R. A delineation of Shakspeare's 
characters of Macbeth and Richard. A parallel be- 
tween him and ^Eschvlus. (Observer, Nos. 69-72. 
Boston, 1866.) G.3721.6.33 

DAVIES, T. Dramatic miscellanies, vol. 2. 

DELIUS, N. Shakspere-Lexikon. 

DENNIS on Shakspeare. (Blackwood's magazine, 
Sept., 1842. Edinburgh.) No. 8 in G.3937.28 

A notice of Macbeth written in the manner of J. Dennis. 

DE O^INCEY, T. On the knocking at the gate. 
DISTORTIONS of the English stage: "Macbeth." 
(National review, O6t., 1863. London.) 

No. 15 in G.3937.28; No. 13 in G.62.4 
DRAKE, N. Shakspeare and his times. 
DOUCE, F. Illustrations of Shakspeare. 
DUPORT, P. Essais litte>aires, vol. i. 
DYCE, A. A few notes on Shakespeare. 

Remarks on Collier and Knight. 



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1798. AN ESSAY on the character of Macbeth. 
London : C. Mitchell. 1846. iv, 99 pp. 8 

No. 12 in G.3937.28 

A reply to the article in the " Westminster review," on " Mac- 
beth : Shakespearian criticism and acting," by G. Fletcher. 

ETHICS of Macbeth. 

FLATHE, J. L. F. Shakspeare in seiner Wirklich- 
keit, B. 2. 

FLETCHER, G. Studies of Shakespeare. 
FOGGO, A. On the character of Banquo. 
FORD, T. Confusion's master-piece. 
FRENCH, G. R. Shakspeareana genealogica. 
FRIESEN, H. F. v. Shakspere-studien, B. 3. 

Ueber Shakespeare's Macbeth. 

FURNESS, H. H. New variorum edition, No. 123. 

GENE, R. Shakespeare. Sein Leben. 

GENTLEMAN, F. Dramatic censor, vol. i. 

GERICKE, R. Zu einer neuen Buhnenbearbei- 
tung. 

GERVINUS, G. G. Shakespeare. 

GRAHAME, J. Notice respecting Macbeth's castle. 

GREY, Z. Critical, historical, and explanatory 
notes, vol. 2. 

GRIFFITH, E. Morality of Shakespeare's drama. 

GUIZOT, F. P. G. Shakspeare et son temps. 

HALES, J. W. On the porter in Macbeth. (New 
Shakspere society. Transactions. 1874.) 

HALL, H. T. Shaksperean fly-leaves. 

HAZLITT, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays. 

HEATH, B. Revisal of Shakespeare's text. 

HENSE. C. C. Vcytrage. 

HERAUD, J. A. Shakspere, his inner life. 

HOLINSHED, R. Chronicles. 

HORN, F. Shakspeare's Schauspiele, B. i. 

HORST, A. Konig Macbeth. 

HUDSON, H. N. Lectures on Shakespeare, vol. 2. 

Shakespeare : his life, art, and characters, 
vol. 2. 

HUNTER, J. New illustrations, vol. 2. 
IRVING, H. Shakespearian notes. 
JACKSON, Z. Shakspeare's genius justified. 
JAMESON, A. M. Characteristics of women. 
JENKIN, F. Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth. 
JOHNSON, S. Miscellaneous observations. 
KAISER, V. Macbeth und Lady Macbeth. 
KAULBACH, W. v. Shakspere Gallerie. 
KEIGHTLEY, T. Shakespeare-expositor. 
KEMBLE, F. A. Lady Macbeth. 

Some notes upon Macbeth. 
KEMBLE, J. P. Macbeth reconsidered. 

Macbeth and Richard in. 

KENNY, T. Life and genius of Shakespeare. 
KEY to the drama. London, 1768 12 G.3925.28 
The same as the " LIFE of Macbeth." 
KING, M. P. A new edition of the Witches' glee. 
KNIGHT, C. Studies of Shakspere. 
KNOWLES, J. S. Lectures on dramatic literature. 
KOESTER, H. Marginalien zum Macbeth. 
KREYSSIG, F. Vorlesungen uber Shakspeare. 
LAMARTINE, A. de. Shakspeare et son oeuvre. 
LEMOINNE, J. Etudes critiques et biographiques. 
LENNIG, T. Macbeth. 



LEO, F. A. Beitrage und Verbesserungen. 
LIFE of Macbeth. London,!^? 12 G.3925.26 

A book claiming to be a translation from the French, having 
no reference to Shakespeare's play. 

LLOYD, W. W. Essays on the life and plays. 

LOCK, M. Original songs, airs and chorusses. 

MACBETH at the Lyceum theatre. (Belgravia, 
Nov., 1875. London.} 7338.1.28 

MACBETH reconsidered. See J. P. KEMBLE. 

MAGINN, W. Shakspeare papers. 

MASON, J. M. Comments on the several editions. 

M^ZIERES, A. Shakspeare, ses ceuvres. 

MIDDLETON, T. The witch. 

MONTAGU, E. Essay on the writings and genius. 

MOORHEAD, H. C. Analysis of Macbeth. 

MOUTRAY, C. The personal courage of Macbeth. 

NEW exegesis of Shakespeare. 

NEW Shakspere society. Transactions. 

OF Macbeth. By an apprentice of the law. (Fra- 
ser's magazine, Nov., 1840, March, Oct., 1841, Jan., 
1842. London.} No. 7 in G.3937.28 ; 3187.1.22-24 

OPZOOMER, C. W. Aanteekeningen op Macbeth. 

PETRI, M. Zur Einfuhrung Shakespeare's in die 
christliche Familie. 

PQERSCHKE, C. L. Ueber Shakspeare's Macbeth. 

PRESTON, M. Studies in Shakspeare. 

PYE, H. J. Comments on the commentators. 

REED, H. Lectures on English history. 

RETZSCH, F. A. M. Outlines to Shakspere. 

RICHARDSON, W. Philosophical analysis. 

RITSON, J. Remarks on the text and notes. 

ROETSCHER, H. T. Shakespeare in seinen hoch- 
sten Charactergebilden. 

RUGGLES, H. I. Method of Shakespeare. 

RUSSELL, E. R. The true Macbeth. 

ST. JOHN, J. A. Character of Lady Macbeth. 

SCHILLER'S -"Macbeth." (Dublin University 
magazine, Oct., 1874.) 7264.1.84 

SCHMIDT, A. Sacherklarende Anmerkungen. 

SECRET history of Mack-Beth. London, 1708. 8 

G.3925.22 

The same as the " LIFE of Macbeth." 

SEELEY, J. R. Shakspere's "Macbeth." 

SEYMOUR, E. H. Remarks upon the plays, vol. i. 

SHAKESPEAREAN notes, No. 2. (Dublin Univer- 
sity magazine, March, 1864.) No. 26 in G.3940.1 

SIDDONS, S. Criticism on Macbeth. 

SINGER, S. W. Text of Shakespeare vindicated. 

SKOTTOWE, A. The life of Shakspeare, vol. 2. 

SPALDING, T. A. On the witch-scenes. 

STAFFER, P. Apparitions au theatre. 

STONEHOUSE, J. Characters of Macbeth and 
Richard in. 

SZENE aus Macbeth. (Minerva. Leipzig, 1820.) 

No. 3 in G.3915.8 

THORPE, T. B. The case of Lady Macbeth. 

TIESSEN, E. Beitrage zur Feststellung desTextes. 

1799. THE TRAGICAL history of Macbeth ! A new 
song. London: J. Miller. iSi<;. 20 pp. 8 

G.4015.41 

ULRICI, H. Shakspeare's dramatische Kunst. 

VAMP, H. Macbeth bewitched ! 

VERDI, G. Brindisi, from Verdi's opera Macbeth. 



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Macbeth Maginn 



VOIGTMANN, . Studien zu Macbeth. 
WAKE, Str I. Rex Platonicus. 

On p. 18 reference is made to an Interlude, containing an 
outline of the story of Macbeth, a<5ted before James I at Oxford, 
which is said to have led Shakespeare to write his play. 

WEIGERT, A. Shakespeare's "Macbeth." 
. WEISS, J. Wit, humor, and Shakspeare. 

WESLEY, S. Music in Macbeth. 

WHATELY. T. Remarks on some of the charac- 
ters. 

WHITE, R. G. The lady Gruach's husband. 

WILSON, J. Dies Boreales. 

ZIEL, A. F. Erkiarung einer Stelle in Macbeth. 

In 6.3937.28 are numerous cuttings from newspapers and 
magazines, and a few short manuscripts relating to Macbeth. 

Mac Donald, George, 1824 . 

The elder Hamlet. (Macmillan's magazine, Aug., 
1876. London.} 7324.1.34 

Macdonnell, P. 

1800. An essay on the play of the Tempest, with 
remarks on the superstitions of the Middle ages ; 
some original observations on the character of Cali- 
ban ; with various reflections on the writings and 
genius of Shakspere. Read before the Shakspere 
club. 6th September, 1839. By P. Macdonnell. 
London. J. Felloives. 1840. (4), 58 pp. 8 

G.3937.41 

1801. An essay on the tragedy of Hamlet. Em- 
bracing a view of Hamlet's character his feigned 
or real madness conduct to Ophelia the solilo- 
quy on suicide, etc., interspersed with reflections on 
the writings and genius of Shakspere. With copi- 
ous original notes as an appendix. By P. Macdon- 
nell. London: Cunningham and Mortimer. 1843. 
79 pp. 8 G.3937.19 ; 2595.4 
Macfarren, George Alexander, 1813 . 

1802. Novello's part-song book. (Second se- 
ries.) Seven Shakspere songs, set to music in four 
and five parts, by G. A. Macfarren. London: No- 
vello and co. (2), 70-105 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.4060.14 



the heat o" the sun; Blow, blow thou winter wind. 

BANKS, G. L. England's minstrel king. 
Macgregor, Robert Guthrie. 

Indian leisure. Petrarch. On the character of 
Othello [etc.]. London, 1854. 8 G.3925.16 

Mackay, G. Eric. 

The true story of Romeo and Juliet. (Gentle- 
man's magazine, Jan., 1877. London.} 7266.1.240 
Mackenzie, Henry, 1745-1831. 

Critical remarks on the character of Falstaff. 
(Lounger, Nos. 68, 69, May 20, 27, 1786. Edin- 
burgh.} G.60.10 

Same. In his Works, vol. 6. Edinburgh, 1808. 
8 G.3715.3.6 

Same. In DRAKE, N. Memorials of Shakspeare. 

Same. In BRITISH essayists, vol. 31. Boston, 
1866. 8 G.3721.6.31 

Criticism on the character and tragedy of Ham- 
let. (The Mirror, Nos. 99, 100, April 18, 22, 1780. 
Edinburgh.) G.60.4 

Same. In his Works, vol. 4. G.3715.3.4 

Same. In BRITISH essayists, vol. 29. G.3721.6.29 
Mackenzie, Robert Shelton, 1809 . 

MAGINN, W. Shakespeare papers. 
Macklin, Charles, i69o?-i797. 

1803. An apology for the conduct of Mr. Charles 
Macklin, comedian; which, it is hoped, will have 



some effect in favour of an aged player, by whom 
the public at large have for many years been un- 
commonly gratified. London, T. Axtell. 1773. 
(2), 38 pp. 8 No. 7 in G.3824.1 

A work composed principally of extrafts from newspapers 
relating to an occurrence on the occasion of his acting Macbeth. 
Inserted are pictures of Macklin as Shylock and Macbeth, and a 
caricature representing him as bearing Shakespeare on his 
back. 

Macknight, Thomas. 

1804. Prize essay on the historical plays of Shak- 
speare. Written for the Stephen endowment prize, 
King's college, London. London : Wickham and 
Ye/land. 1850. (4), 90 pp. 12 G.3924.21 

A presentation copy, and bound with the college seal upon 
the covers. 

Maclise, Daniel, 1811-1870. 

1805. Shakspeare's seven ages, etched by E. 
Goodall, after original designs by Daniel Maclise. 
Art-union of London. 1850. 2 ff . 8 plates. Obi. 
f G.4060.22 
Macready, William Charles, 1793-1873. 

CRITICAL examination. See No. 1270. 
Fox, W. J. Biographical sketch. See No. Si. 
HACKETT, J. H. Notes and comments. 
PEMBERTON, C. R. Classification of readers. 

No. 374 is a copy of King Lear, which belonged to Macready 
and contains manuscript alterations by him. 

Mad folk of Shakespeare. See J. C. BUCKNILL. 
Mad-wooing, a droll. See No. 6158. 
Madden, Sir Frederick, 1801-1873. 

1806. Observations on an autograph of Shak- 
spere, and the orthography of his name. Communi- 
cated to the Society of antiquaries by Sir Frederic 
Madden, in a letter to John Gage. London : printed 
by J. B. Nichols and son. 1837. (2), 11 pp. 4 

No. 3 in G.60a.22 ; 4590.6- 

Inserted in G.6oa.22 is a letter of Sir F. Madden to J. Britton, 
dated Dec. 29, 1837. O" tne cover of 4590.6 is written " J. P. Col- 
lier, Esq. With the author's compliments." 

Same. Observations on an autograph of Shak- 
spere, and the orthography of his name. (Archae- 
ologia, vol. 27. London, 1838.) 3321.1.27 

Read Jan. 26, 1837. 

1807. Same. London : T. Rodd 1838. 16, (2) 
pp. Sm. 8 G.3951.1 ; 2597.23 

An "Additional note" is appended to this edition. 

Maginn, William, 1793-1842. 

The books on my table by Morgan Rattler. Of 
Hamlet. (Fraser's magazine, July, 1836. London.} 

3187.1.14 

Dr. Farmer's Essay on the learning of Shakspeare 
considered. (Fraser's magazine, Sept., O6t., Dec., 
1839. London.} 3187.1.20 

"Epistles of the literati," No. 12. * 

Shakspeare papers, Nos. 1-8. (Bentley's miscel- 
lany, May, i837-June, 1839. London.} G.3926.27 

Contents. Sir John Falstaff; Jacques; Romeo; Bottom the 
weaver ; Lady Macbeth ; Timon of Athens ; Polonius ; lago. 

1808. Same. The Shakespeare papers of the late 
William Maginn. Annotated by Shelton Macken- 
zie. Redfield : Neiv York. 1856. 353 pp. 12 

G.3926.30; 6599.27 

Contents. Characters in the plays ; The learning of Shake- 
speare : Introduction; "Less Greek"; "Small Latin"; The 
modern languages; Last notes. 

" Miscellaneous writings," vol. 3. Appended to " Lady Mac- 
beth " is Mrs. Siddons's "Criticism on Macbeth." Inserted in 
6.3926.30 is a letter of the editor to E. A. Duyckinck, dated 
Feb. 12, 1833- 



Maginn Man 



SHAKESPEARIANA 



1809. Same. Shakspeare papers : pictures grave 
and gay. By William Maginn. London : It. Bent- 
ley. 1859. (4)> S 6 ^ PP- 8 G. 3926.28 

Contents. Biographical sketch ; Shakspeare papers ; Pictures 
grave and gay : The confessions of an elderly gentleman ; A 
night of terror ; The two butlers of Kilkenny ; A love story ; 
My soldier-boy. 

1810. Same. Shakspeare papers. By William 
Maginn. New edition. London : R. Bcntley. 1860. 
334 PP- 8 G.3926.29 

The paper on Hamlet, which appeared in Fraser, has been 
added to this edition, and " Pictures, grave and gay" have been 
omitted. The preface, signed B, is also new, but the running 
title, " Pictures, " etc., has been retained to p. 371. 

Ma k art. Hanns, 1840 . 

PECHT, F. Snakespeare-Galerie. 
Malleson, William Taylor. 

Which are Hamlet's dozen or sixteen lines? (New 
Shakspere society. Transactions, 1874. Series i.) 
Mallet, David, 1700-1765. 

1811. Of verbal criticism : an epistle to Mr. 
Pope. Occasioned by Theobald's Shakespear, and 
Bentley's Milton. London: L. Gillir>er. 1733- 14 
pp. F No. i in G.60a.21 

Same. In his Works, vol. I. London, 1759. 8 

2567.20.1 

Same. In JOHNSON, S. English poets, vol. 53. 
London, 1779. 8 2599.1.53 

Same. In ANDERSON, R. Poets of Great Brit- 
ain, vol. 9. London, 1794. 8 4604.1.9 
Malone, Edmond, 1741-1812. 

1812. An account of the incidents, from which 
the title and part of the story of Shakspeare's Tem- 
pest were derived ; and its true date ascertained. By 
Edmond Malone. London : printed by C. and R. 
Baldwin. 1808. iv, 52 pp. 8 

G.3937.36; No. i in G.3937.37 

On the fly-leaf of 6.3937.36 is written "To Thomas Park, Esq., 
from the Author. Not published; only So copies having been 
printed. It is requested that this pamphlet may not be inadver- 
tently put into the hands of any person who maybe likely to pub- 
lish any part of it." It contains also an Appendix, pp. 3&-52, 
and dated Jan. 21, 1809, of which Mr. Barton says, " I believe 
only 20 copies were printed." Inserted is also an autograph 
note of Malone's. 6.3937.37 is a presentation copy to Richard 
Heber, and has the same note in Malone's handwriting as the 
preceding. It lacks the Appendix. 

Same. In Plays and poems of Shakspeare, vol. 
15, No. 55. 

An attempt to ascertain the order in which the 
plays of Shakspeare were written. In Plays of 
Shakspeare, vol. I, No. 31. 

This essay is also to be found in vol. i of No. 32, vol. 2 of Nos. 
41 and 51, vol. 9 of No. 42, vol. 2 of No. 55, and in the Prolego- 
mena to Bell's edition, 6.3945.5. 

1813. A dissertation on the three parts of King. 
Henry vi. Tending to shew that those plays were 
not written originally by Shakspeare. By Edmond 
Malone. London : from the press of H. Bald-win. 
1787- (6), 3-51 pp. 8 G.3937.22 

On the fly-leaf is written, " To the Earl of Charlemont, from 
his affectionate friend and humble servant, Edmond Malone. 
Only four copies of this dissertation were taken off in this 
form." It is to be found in vol. 6 of No. 32, vol. 14 of Nos. 41 
and 51, and vol. 18 of 55. 

An historical account of the rise and progress of 
the English stage, and of the economy and usages 
of our ancient theatres. In Plays and poems of 
Shakspeare, vol. i, part 2, No. 32. 

This essay is also to be found in vol. 3 of Nos. 41 and 51, vol. 
9 of No. 42, vol. i of No. 44, vol. 3 of No. 55. 

1814. Same. Historical account of the rise and 
progress of the English stage, and of the economy 
and usages of the ancient theatres in England ; By 
Edmund Malone. Basil : J. y. Tourneisen. 1800. 
(2), 420 pp. 4 folded sheets. 8 G.3936.35 



1815. An inquiry into the authenticity of certain 
Miscellaneous papers and legal instruments, pub- 
lished Dec. 24, 1795, and attributed to Shakspeare, 
O^ueen Elizabeth, and Henry, earl of Southampton : 
illustrated by fac-similes of the genuine hand-writ- 
ing of that nobleman, and of her majesty ; a new 
fac-simile of the hand-writing of Shakspeare, never 
before exhibited ; and other authentick documents ; 
in a letter addressed to James, earl of Charlemont, 
by Edmond Malone. London : T. Cadell and W. 
Davies. 1796. vii, (i), 424 pp. 8 

G.3953.24; G.3953.25 ; G.3953.26; 2597.9 

6 3953.24 has manuscript notes. 6.3953.26 is on large paper, 
of which only twenty-five copies were printed. It was a pres- 
entation copy from the author to Sir Wm. Scott. Inserted in it 
is an autograph letter of Malone, dated Dec. 12, i8oS. At the 
end is a prospectus of an edition of Shakespeare in twenty vol- 
umes. 

1816. A letter to Richard Farmer, relative to the 
edition of Shakspeare, published in 1790, and some 
late criticisms on that work. By Edmond Malone. 
London: G. G. J. and y. Robinson. 1792. (2), 39 
pp. 8 No. 4 in G.3924.24; G.3936.33; 2455.2 

A reply to Ritson's " Cursory criticisms." 6.3924.24 has a 
few manuscript notes by T. Park. 

1817. Same. The second edition. London : G. 
G. y. and y. Robinson. 1792. (4), 39 pp. 8 

No. 3 in G.3943.15 

The first edition unchanged save a page of corrections on the 
reverse of the half-title. 

1818. The life of William Shakspeare, by the late 
Edmond Malone : and an essay on the phraseology 
and metre of the poet and his contemporaries, by 
James Boswell. With portraits. Twenty-one copies. 
Not printed for sale. \_London : C. Baldrvin, 
pr infer.} 1821. (4), 585 pp. Folded sheet. 8 

G.3941.4 

" This forms part of the first and the whole of the second of 
Malone's edition of Shakspeare, published in 1821," No. 55. The 
portraits are missing from this volume,' but can be found in 
Boaden's Inquiry, 6.3940.27. 

1819. A second appendix to Mr. Malone's Sup- 
plement to the last edition of the plays of Shak- 
speare : containing additional observations by the 
editor of the Supplement. London : 1783. iii, (i), 
67 pp. 8 G.3936.32 

go copies were printed. There are a few manuscript correc- 
tions, evidently by the author, as this is a presentation copy. 

Editor of Shakespeare's works, Nos. 30 and 32. 



by him and a circular disclaiming the editorship of an edition 
published in seven volumes about 1792. A portrait of Malone 
is to be found in 6.60. S.I. 

BOSWELL, J. Biographical memoir. 

CATALOGUE of early English poetry. Oxford, 
1836. F G.50.24 

CHALMERS, G. Another account of the incidents. 

HARDINGE, G. Essence of Malone. 

Another essence of Malone. 

HURDIS, J. Cursory remarks. 

IRELAND, S. Mr. Ireland's vindication. 

RITSON, J. Cursory criticisms. 
Malot, Hector Henri, 1830 . 

GUIZOT, F. P. G. Shakspeare et ses tradudleurs. 
Maltzahn, Wendelin von. 

Julius Casar. Fur die Biihne eingerichtet von A. 
W. Schlegel. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1872.) 
Maly, Jakub Josef, 1811 . 

Translator of three plays, No. 763. 
Man and wife, comedy. See G. COLMAN. 



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Man in the moon. Illustrated. No. 20 in G.3950.8 
Several pages from a periodical containing humorous Shake- 
spearian articles. 

Man's excellency, sermon. See C. WORDSWORTH. 

Mania. FARREN, G. Illustrations. 

Mannheim, Germany. Die Shakespeare Auffiihr- 
ungen der Mannheimer Hof- und Nationalbiihne, 
1779-1870. (Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 1874.) 
Taken from articles published by Anton Pichler in the 

"Deutsche Biihne-Genossenschaft," Berlin, Juni-Juli, 1873. 

Manual. FLEAY, F. G. Shakespeare manual. 
Manuel, Juan, 1282-1347. 

El conde Lucanor. Sevilla, 1575. 8 D.160b.35 
The story entitled " Moorish marriage " in chapter 45 has a 
strong resemblance to that used by Shakespeare in " The tam- 
ing of the shrew." An abridged translation of this story is 
given in Echtermeyer's " Quellen," vol. 4. 

Manuscript corrections. See J. P. QUINCY. 
Manuscripts. 

BARTON, T. P. Shakspeariana. 

BOYDELL, J. Signatures of the subscribers. 

CATALOGUE, No. 1036. 

FALSTAFF in pantomime, No. 1373. 

GARRICK, D. Dialogue between an actor and a 
critic. 

Harlequin's invasion. 

- The jubilee. 

GLOSSARY, No. 1440. 

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS. J. O. Account of the 
only known manuscript of Shakespeare's plays. 

IRELAND, S, W. H. Ireland's Shaksperiana. 

KERTLAND, W. Marina, or the foster child. 

LINLEY, T. Ode on the spirits of Shakespear. 

LOCK, M. Music in Macbeth. 

NEELE, H. Lectures on the literary merits. 

PLUMPTRE, J. Shakspeariana. 

POOLE, J. Hamlet travestie, No. 261. 

RODD, T. Essay on The tempest. 

SHAKSPEARE'S dramatic characters. 

STEBBING, H. Arguments of the plays. 

WHEELER, W. A. Concordance to the Poems. 
Mapleson, Thomas W. Gwilt. 

Illustrator of the " Songs and ballads," No. 747. 
Marbach, G-otthard Oswald, 1810 . 

1820. Shakspeare-Prometheus. Phantastisch- 
satirisches Zauberspiel vor dem Hollenrachen. 
Von Oswald Marbach. Leipzig: C. G. Naumann. 
1874. (4), 158 pp. 8 No. 3 in G.73.11.2 
Marcus Spermaceti the elder. 

SPECIMEN of a new jest-book. 
Marggraff, Hermann ; 1809-1864. 

1821. William Shakspeare als Lehrer der 
Menschheit. Lichtstrahlen aus seinen Werken, 
nebst einer Einleitung. Von Hermann Marggraff. 
Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1864. xii, 235 pp. 16 

G.3915.17 ; 4598.25 
Marheineke, . 

Ueber die Shakespeare'schen Gleichnisse. (Ar- 
chiv fur das Studium der neueren Sprachen, B. 51, 
1873. Braunschweig.} 3358.1.51 

Marina. See Nos. 556a, 556b and 557. 
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Zeitgenos- 
sen. 

CARTWRIGHT, R. Footsteps of Shakspere. 

DEUTSCHE Shakespeare Gesellschaft. Jahrbuch. 

NEW Shakspere society. Transactions. Series i. 



TIECK, L. Dichterleben. 

ULRICI, H. Marlowe und Shakespeare's Verhalt- 
niss zu ihm. 

WAGNER, W. Emendationen und Bemerkungen. 
Marquard, Ferdinand. 

1822. Ueber den Begriff des Hamlet von Shak- 
speare. Ein Versuch von Ferdinand Marquard. 
Berlin. In Commission der Enslin'sche Buchhand- 
lung. 1839. (2), 38 pp. 8 G.3916.8 
Marriage. 

1823. The marriage of wit and wisdom, an an- 
cient interlude. To which are added illustrations 
of Shakespeare and the early English drama. Ed- 
ited by James Orchard Halliwell. London : Shake- 
speare society. 1846. xii, (i), 147 pp. 8 

G.3927.24; G.301.8.2 ; 4596.14 
Marsh, Charles. 

Editor of " Winter's tale," Nos. 694 and 695. 
Marsh, John B. 

1824. Familiar proverbial and select sayings 
from Shakspere. By John B. Marsh. London : 
Simpkin, Marshall, and co. [1864.] viii, 162 pp. 
8 G.3956.23 

1825. Shaksperian playing cards. Selected and 
arranged bv J- B. Marsh. No. [i], n. Manchester : 
J. Heyivood. No. 2 in G.3944.1 

Contents. \, Shakspere's riddles. 2. Shakspere's love let- 
ters. 

Editor of the " Reference Shakspere," No. 113. 

No. 5 in G.6oa.i7 is the Prospectus for this edition. 

Marshall, Francis Albert, 1840 . 

1826. A study of Hamlet. By Frank A. Mar- 
shall. London: Longmans, Green and co. 1875. 
xv, 9-205 pp. 8 G.73'.9 

Founded upon ledtures before the Catholic young men's asso- 
ciation. 

Marston, John. 

BODENSTEDT, F. M. v. Shakespeare's Zeitgenos- 
sen. 
Martin, H. 

1827. Remarks on Mr. John Kemble's perform- 
ance of Hamlet and Richard the third. By the 
author of Helen of Glenross. London : G. and J. 
Robinson. 1802. (2), 39 pp. 8 

G.3937.14 ; No. 6 in G.3824.5 
Martin, John. 

Editor of " Shakspeare's Seven ages," Nos. 988 
and 989. 
Martinus Scriblerua. 

EXPLANATIONS and emendations, No. 1366. 
Marx, Eleanor. 

DELIUS, N. Shakspere's use of narration. 
Masing, Woldemar, 1836 . 

1828. Die tragische Schuld. Nach einem am 3, 
15. Februar 1871 in der Aula der Universitat zu 
Dorpat gehaltenen Vortrage von Woldemar Masing. 
Berlin, 1872. C. G. Liideritz" sche V T erlagsbuchhand- 

lung- 35 PP- 8 

No. 29 in G.3940.1 ; No. 16 in 5914.50.7 

" Sammlung gemeinverstandlicher wissenschaftlicher Vor- 
trage, herausgegeben von R. Virchow und Fr. v. Holtzendorff. 
vn. Serie. Heft 163." 

Mask. See PORTRAITS. 
Mason, John Monck, 1727-1809. 

1829. Comments on the last edition of Shake- 
speare's plays. By John Monck Mason. Dublin : 
printed by P. Byrne. 1785. xv, 440, (i) pp. 8 

G.3931.6 ; G.3931.7 

The edition referred to is that of Johnson and Steevens of 
1778. 0.3931.7 belonged to Malone and has manuscript notes by 
him. The preface has been reprinted in the editions of Shake- 
speare's works, Nos. 41 and 42. Mason's portrait is in 6.50.11. 



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1830. Same. London : printed by C. Dilly. 
1785. xv, 440 pp. 8 G.3931.8 ; 2597.17 

This is the same edition as the preceding;, with a different 
publisher and place of publication only. The page of Errata in 
2597.17, which is wanting in 0.3931.8, contains many more cor- 
rections than that in the Dublin edition. 

1831. Comments on the several editions of 
Shakespeare's plays, extended to those of Malone 
and Steevens. By John Monck Mason. Dublin : 
printed by Graisberry and Campbell. 1807. xv, 
(i), 608 pp. 8 G.3931.11 

250 copies were printed. 

Additional comments on the plays of Shakespeare, 
extended to the late editions of Malone and Stee- 
vens. In his Comments on the plays of Beaumont 
and Fletcher. London, 1797. 8 G.3931.9 

These Comments are paged independently. 

Same. In his Comments on the plays of Beau- 
mont and Fletcher. London, 1798. 8 

G.3931.10 ; 2597.7 

There is no difference between these two editions. 

Massey, Gerald, 1828 . 

Shakspeare's Sonnets never before interpreted. 
See No. 756. 

Shakespeare in domestic life. G. Massey's theory 
of the Sonnets. (British quarterly review, Jan., 
1867. London.} 3173.1.45 

Mas singer, Philip, 1584-1640. 

Der Tyrann. See No. 914. 

GARDINER, S. R. Political element in Massinger. 
Masson, David, 1822 . 

Shakespeare and Goethe. (British quarterly re- 
view, Nov., 1852. London.} 

No. 3 in G.3910.11 ; No. 4 in G.62.2 

Same. In /it's Essays biographical. Cambridge, 
1856. 8 G.3932.21 

Same. In /it's The three devils : Luther's, Mil- 
ton's, and Goethe's. London, 1874. 8 2558.59 
.Masterpieces of English literature. 

The plays published in this series are "Julius Caesar," No. 333, 
" King Lear," No. 363, " Merchant of Venice," No. 451, " Rich- 
ard III," No. 577, and " Romeo and Juliet," No. 596. 

Masuccio. 

Le cinqvanta novelle. [ Vinegia, 1535.] 8 

G.4074.7 

Novella 42 contains the outline of the story of " Romeo and 
Juliet," and appears to have been the source from which Lui- 
gi da Porto, and after him Bandello, drew their stories of the 
" Duo nobili amanti." 

Matson, "William Tidd. 

Shakespeare the poet-catholic. (Shakespeare 
repository, No. 4, 1853. London.} 

G.70.1 ; No. 16 in G.60a.l7 ; 2590.11 
Matteucci, Luigi. 

Translator of " Hamlet," No. 926. 
Maxwell, Caroline. 

1832. The juvenile edition of Shakspeare ; adapt- 
ed to the capacities of youth. By Caroline Maxwell. 
London: C. Chappie. 1828. iv. (2), 359 pp. 12 

G.3944.23 

The running title is " Beauties of Shakspeare." 

May, George. 

1833. The birth-town of Shakspere, and the vi- 
cinity associated with the poet's name. By George 
May. [Evesham ] Printed and published by the 
author. 100 pp. Illustrated. 8 

G.3942.38 ; 4529.23 

The half-title is " May's Companion-book to Stratford-upon- 
Avon." 



1834. Same. A guide to the birth-town of Shak- 
spere and the poet's rural haunts. By George May. 
Evesham, G. May. [1847?] 100 pp. Illustrated. 
8 G.3942.39 

A new title-page only. 

Mayer, Rudolph. 

1835. Geist Shakespears oder vollstandige Samm- 
lung aller in seinen Werken vorkommenden ausge- 
zeichneten, schdnen, bedeutenden und erhabenen 
Stellen und Scenen, in der Originalsprache mit der 
deutschen Uebersetzung nach Schlegel, Schiller, 
Voss und Eschenburg zur Seite, nebst einem Regis- 
ter in alphabetischer Ordnung, zum Nachschlagen 
von Rudolph Mayer. Erste Lieferung. Dresden, 
P. G. Hilscher. 1825. xii, 51, (3) pp. 8 

G.3915.12 
Contents. Macbeth ; Der Sturm ; Wie es euch gefallt. 

There is an English title commencing "The beauties of 
Shakespeare." The work was never finished. 

Maynard, Walter. 

Falstaff. (Gentleman's magazine, Nov., 1868. 
London.} No. n in G.62.4 

Mayou, Bessie. 

1836. Natural history of Shakespeare, being se- 
lections of flowers, fruits, and animals. Arranged 
by Bessie Mayou. E. Slater : Manchester. [1877.] 
viii, 220 pp. 8 6594.15 

Quotations of passages in which various natural objedts are 
mentioned. 

Meadows, Arthur. 

1837. Hamlet: an essay. By Arthur Meadows. 
Edinburgh: Maclachlan and Stewart. 1871. 31 
pp. 8 6596.