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[l vol, duo., N.D., about 1868.]

2954. Shakspeare's Tragedy of King Richard III. With Explan-
atory and Illustrative Notes and numerous Extracts from the History on
which the Play is founded. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London :
Longmans. [i vol. duo.] 1869.

2956. King Richard the Third. A Tragedy, In Five Acts. Bv
William Shakspeare. With Remarks by D. — G. [George Daniel.]
Cumberland's British Theatre. T. H, Lacy, London.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1870.]



iSngliBij iSOitions of tfje Separate IJlawB. 8i

Momco anO Jfultct.

" Romeo and Juliet was first printed in the year i 597" Knight.

2979. An Excellent conceited Tragedie of Romeo and luliet. As
it hath been often (with great applaufe) plaid publiquely, by the right
Honourable the L. of Hunfdon his seruants. London, Printed by lohn
Danter. 1597-

Facsimiled by Edmund William Ashbee. London : For Private Circulation only, [i vol. 410]

1866.
Only fifty copies printed, nineteen of which were subsequently destroyed, thus reducing the

number preserved to thirtv-one. This is number Thirty. Signed by E. W. Ashbee, John

Tuckett, and J. O. Halliwell.
Another reprint of this Edition luill be found in Steevens's Tiventy Plays. See Selections, p. 38, No.

501.

The moft Excellent and Lamentable Tragedie, of Romeo
and Juliet. As it hath beene fundrie Times publiquely ailed, By the
Kings Maiefties Seruants at the Globe. Newly corrected, augmented,
and amended. London. Printed for lohn Smethwiclc. 1609.

Steet'ens^ Reprint, 1 766. See Selections, p. 38, No. 501.

2995. The Tragedie of Romeo and Ivliet. By Mr. JViUiam Shake-
speare. 1623.

The Text from the Folio of 1623 5 luith Notices of the known Editions preuioujly ijfued. London.
L. Booth [i vol. 4toJ 1S64.

3031. 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.

[i vol. duo.] 1763.

3042. Romeo and Juliet. A Tragedy. As it is now aited at the
Theatres Royal, in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. By William Shake-
spear. London: W. Oxlade. [i vol, duo.] 1775-

3045. Romeo and Juliet. A Tragedy. As it is A6led at the
Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. By Shakespeare.
London : J. Wenman. [i vol. 8vo] 1778.

3050. Romeo and Juliet. By Shakespeare. With Alterations,
and an additional Scene ; by D. Garrick. As it is performed at the
Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London : J. Whitworth.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1780.]

3069. Romeo and Juliet ; a Tragedy, 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. Lichbald. [Inchbald's British
Theatre, vol i.] London: Longman. [i vol. duo.] 1808.

M



82 Sijafecspeare fK^morial ILihvav^, Birmingljam.

3072. Shakspeare's Romeo and Juliet, a Tragedy ; adapted to the
Stage by David Garrick ; revised by J. P. Kemble ; and published as it
is acted at The Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : Printed for
the Theatre. [i vol. 8vo] iSii.

3074. The History and Fall of Caius Marius. A Tragedy. By
Thomas Otway. [Otvi^ay's Works, vol. 2.] London : Rivington, etc.

[i vol. 8vo] i8i2.

Shakspeaie's Romeo and Juliet was largely used in this Flay. Otway, speaking of Shakspeare,
says in the Prologue.

" Our this day's poet fears he's done htm ivrong.
Like greedy beggars that steal shea-ves away.
You'll Jind he''s rijicd him of half a play.
Amidst his baser dross you'll see it shine
Most beautiful, amazing, and di-vine."

3076. Romeo and Juliet Travesty. Li Three Acts. London :
Hookham, etc. [i vol. duo.] i8i2.

3085. Romeo and Juliet. J Tragedy ; By W. Shakspeare. Adapted
to the Stage by David Garrick. IFith Prefatory Remarks. [Signed W. H.]
As it is performed at the Theatres Royal. [Oxberry's New English
Drama, vol.6.] London: Simpkin, etc. [i vol. duo.] 1823.

3096. Giulietta e Romeo. Romeo and Juliet. A serious Opera.
In Two Acts. The Music by Signor Vaccai. As represented at the
King's Theatre, Haymarket, April, 1832. London : Printed by G.
Davidson. [i vol. 8vo] 1832.

In Italian and English ; with names of Performers.

3104. Romeo and Juliet : " As the Law Directs." Jn Operatical
Burlesque Burletta., in One Act. By M. M. G. Dowling, Esq. London :
J. Duncombe & Co. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1837.]

3113. Rummio and Judy ; or, Oh, this Love ! this Love ! this
Love! A Serio-Comic-Parodi-Tragedi-Farcical Burlesque. In Two Acts.
By Horace Amelius Lloyd, Esq. Edinburgh : Menzies.

[i vol. duo.] 1841.

3133. Shakespeare's Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, in Five Acts.
Glasgow: Cameron. [i vol. sm. 8vo, n.d., about 1859.]

3134. Romeo and Juliet Travestie ; or, the Cup of Cold Poison.
A Burlesque, in One Act. By Andrew Halliday, Esq. T. H. Lacy,
London. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1859.]

3139. Romeo and Juliet; or. The Shaming of the True! An
Atrocious Outrage. Perpetrated at Oxford, by the St. John's College
Amateurs, during Commemoration, 1868. Oxford : T. & G. Shrimpton.

[i vol. 8vo] 1868.



iZnglts^ IHDitions of tfft septiratc IJlagft. 83

3140. Castelvines y Monteses. Tragi-Comedia. By Frey Lope
Felix de Vega Carpio. Translated by F. W. Cosens. London : Printed
at the Chiswick Press. For private distribution. [i vol. 4to] 1869.

"To those interested in Sliakespeariana it may be of value to note how two great contemporary
dramatists treated the same story for the stage." Extract from Introduction.

3141. Romeo and Juliet. A Tragedy, in Five Acts. By William
Shakespeare. T. H. Lacy, London. [i vol. duo., N.D., about 1869.]

3143. Romeo and Juliet. A Tragedy^ in Five Acts. By William
Shakespeare. With Remarks by D. G. [George Daniel.] Cumber-
land's British Theatre. T. H. Lacy, London.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1870.]

3146. Shakspeare''s Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. With Explan-
atory and Illustrative Notes, Selected Criticisms on the Play, etc. By
the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London : Longmans.

[i vol. duo.] 1872.



2rJ)c ^Taming of tlje Sl)r€to.

"The Taming of the Shrew was first printed in the folio collection of Shakspere's Plays in 1623."

Knight.

A Pleafant Conceited Hiftorie, called The taming of a Shrew^.
As it v/as fundry times a6led by the Right honorable the Earle of Pembrook
his feruants. Printed at London by Peter Short and are to be fold by
Cuthbert Burbie^ at his {hop at the Royall Exchange. 1594-

The Old Taming of a Shrew, upon which Shakespeare founded his Comedy, reprinted from the
Edition of 1594, and collated with the subsequent Editions of 1596 and 1607. Edited by
Thomas Amyot. Shakespeare Society Publications, vol. 14. 1844.

A Pleasaunt Conceited Historic, Called The Taming of a Shrew.
As it hath beene fundry Times a6led by the right Honourable the Earle
of Pembrooke his Servants. Printed at London by V. S. for Nicholas Ling.,
and are to be fold at his (hop in Saint Dunltons Church-yard in Fleet-
ftreet. 1607.

Reprint, in Nichols's ' Six Old P/ays,' -vol. I. 1779-

A Wittie and Pleasant Comedie called The Taming of the
Shrew. As it was adted By his Maiesties Seruants at the Blacke Friers
and the Globe. Written by Will. Shakespeare. London.^ Printed by W. S.
for John Stnethwicke. 1631.

Steevens's Reprint, 1766. See Selections, p. 37, No. 501.

3196. The Cobler of Preston. As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal
in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's Servants. Written by Mr. Johnson.
London: W. Wilkins. [i vol. 8vo] 1716.

Suggested by Christopher Sly in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew.



84 ^i)aftcs}jeart iilcmorial iLibrari), Btrmtngijam.

3202. Sauny the Scot : or, the Taming of the Shrew. A Comedy.
As it is A6led at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Written Originally
by Mr. Shakespear. Altered and Improv'd by Mr. Lacey^ Servant to His
Majesty. London: [i vol. duo.] 1731.

"To the King's house, and there saw 'The Tamelng of a Shrew,' which hath some very good
pieces in it, but generally is but a mean play; and the best part, * Sawny,' done by Lacy; and
hath not half its life, by reason of the words, I suppose, not being understood, at least by
me." Pepvs.

3207. A Cure for a Scold. A Ballad Farce of Two Acts. {Founded
upon Shakespear's taming of a Shrew) As it is A6led by his Majefty's
Company of Comedians at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By J.
IForsdaie^ Fortrzk-PsLinter. London: L. Gilliver.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1735.

3210. A Cure for a Scold. As it is now ailing at the Theatres in
London and Dublin., with univerfal Applaufe. By Mr. Worsdale. Dublin :
Printed by George Faulkner, for the Author. [i vol. 8vo] 1738.

3214. Catharine and Petruchio. A Comedy, In Three Acts. As
it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Alter'd from Shake-
spear'i Taming of the Shrew. [By David Garrick.] London : J. and R.
Tonson, etc. [i vol. 8vo] 1756^

3223. Shakspeare's Katharine and Petruchio, a Comedy ; taken by
David Garrick from The Taming of a Shrew : revised by J. P. Kemble ;
and now first published as it is acted at The Theatre Royal in Covent
Garden. London: Printed for the Theatre. [i vol. 8vo] 1810.

3230. Catherine & Petruchio ; a Comedy, in Three Acts. Altered
from Shakespeare, by David Garrick, Esq. As performed at the Theatre-
Royal, Covent-Garden. [Inchbald's Farces, vol. 4.] London: Longman.

[i vol. duo.] 1815.

3234. Taming of the Shrew. [With Illustrations by R. Smirke,
R.A.] London. Rodwell. [i vol. 8vo] 1821.

3238. Taming of the Shrew ; or, Katharine and Petruchio : a
Comedy, In Three Acts, by William Shakspeare. Altered by David
Garrick, and Revised by J. P. Kemble. With Remarks, Biographical
and Critical, by D. — G. [George Daniel.] Cumberland's British Theatre.
London. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1828.]

3256. Shakespeare's Play of Taming of the Shrew : in Five Acts.
Glasgow: Cameron. [i vol. sni. 8vo] 1861.



iEngltsI) iEDIttous of ti)t Separate ^laws. 85

3259. Katharine and Petruchio. A Comedy, in Three Acts. Altered
by David Garriclc from the Taming of a Shrew, by William Shakespeare.
London : T. H. Lacy. [i vol. 8vo, n.d., about 1866.]

3263. Shakspeare's Comedy of the Taming of the Shrew. With
Critical and Explanatory Notes. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A.
London: Longmans. [i vol. duo.] 1872.

S^fje sremjjest

"This comedy stands the first in the folio collection of 1623, in which edition it was originally

printed." Knight.

3293. The Tempest, or the Enchanted Island. A Comedy. As
it is now A61:ed at His Highnefs the Duke of TorFs Theatre. London^
Printed bv T. N. for Henry Herringman. [l vol. 4to] 1674.

Altered bv Dryden and Sir W. Davenant. His Preface signed "John Driden."

3296. The Tempest, or the Enchanted Island. A Comedy : As it
is now A61:ed at His Highness the Duke of York's Theatre. London^
Printed by J. Macock^ for Henry Herringman. [i vol. \to\ 1676.

3298. The Tempest, or the Enchanted Ifland. A Comedy : As it
is now Adled at His Highness the Duke of York's Theatre. London^
Priented \}ic\ by J. Macock^ for Henry Herringman. [i vol. 4to] 1676.

Preface signed "John Driden." This copy contains many points of difference from the previous
one of the same date, and is printed in another type.

3308. The Tempest, or, the Enchanted Ifland. A Comedy. As
it is now A(3:ed By His Majesties Servants. London.^ Printed by Tho.
Warren.^ for Henry Herringman. [l vol. 4to] 1695.

3311. The Tempest : or, the Enchanted Ifland. A Comedy : As
it is now A6led, By His Majesties Servants. London., Printed for J. Tonfon.,
and T. Bennet. [i vol. 4to] 1701.

3314. The Tempest : or the Enchanted Island. A Comedy. Firft
written by Mr. IVilUatn Shakespear. & fince altered by Sr. William
Davenant and Mr. John Dryden. London, Printed for the Company.

[i vol. sm. 8vo, N.D., about 1710.]

3318. The Tempest : or, the Enchanted Island. A Comedy. By
yix. Dryden. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [i vol. duo.] 1735-

3326. The Tempest. An Opera. Taken from Shakespear. As
it is Performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The Songs from
Shakespear, Dryden, ^c. The Music compofed by Mr. Smith. London,
J. and R. Tonson. [i vol. 8vo] 1756.



86 ^ijaftcspeare Ittcmoml Hibrarg, Birmingfjam.

3336. The Tempest. A Comedy. As it is Aded at the Theatres-
Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. By Shakespeare. London :
J. Wenman. [i vol. 8vo] 1778.

3341. The Tempest ; or, the Enchanted Island. Written by
Shakspeare ; with Additions from Dryden : as compiled by J. P. Kemble.
And first acted at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, October 13th, 1789.
London: J. Debrett. [i vol. 8vo] 1789.

3351. Tempest. A Mask, by William Shakspere. Manchester^ R.
& W. Dean. [i vol. sm. 8vo] 1801.

3355. 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. [i vol. 8vo] 1806.

3359. 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. A New Edition. London : Longman.

[i vol. 8vo] 1807.

3361. The Tempest ; or, the Enchanted Island ; a Play, in Five
Acts ; by William Shakespeare. Adapted 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 Book. With Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald.
[Inchbald's British Theatre, vol. 5.] London : Longman.

[i vol. duo.] 1808.

3369. Tempest. [With Illustrations by R. Smirke, R. A.] London.
Rodwell. [i vol. 8vo] 1821.

3371. The Tempest, a Play ; By W. Shakspeare. With Prefatory
Remarks [signed P.P.] As it is performed at the Theatres Royal.
[Oxberry's New English Drama, vol. 17.] London. Simpkin, etc.

[i vol. duo.] 1823.

3375. The Tempest : a Play, In Five Acts, by William Shakspeare.
With Remarks, Biographical and Critical, by D. — G. [George Daniel.]
Cumberland's British Theatre. London : Davidson.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1831.]



iSnglisi) iHUitions of ti)e Separate |)la»s. 87

3386. The Tempest : A Pla, bi Wilyam Sacsper. Fonetic Famil'i
Edifun. With bref Ecsplanaturi Nots, bi Alecs. J. Elis, B.A. Lundun :
Fred Pitman [i vol. duo.] 1849.

3392. La Tempesta. An Entirely New Grand Opera, In Three
Acts. The Music composed by Halevy, the Poem by Scribe, founded on
"The Tempest" of Shakspeare, and composed expressly for Her
Majesty's Theatre Haymarket. Published and Sold at Her Majesty's
Theatre. [i vol. 8vo] 1850.

3401. Shakespeare's Play of The Tempest, arranged for Representa
tion at the Princess's Theatre, vi^ith Historical and Explanatory Notes, by
Charles Kean, F.S.A. Second Edition. London : J. K. Chapman

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1857.]

3403. The Tempest. A Comedy, in Five Acts. By William
Shakespeare. T. H. Lacy, London. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1858.]

3409. Shakespeare's Tempest Edited with Glossarial and Explan-
atory Notes by the Rev. J. M. Jephson London Macmillan.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

3411. The Tempest; in Phonetic Spelling. [i vol. 4to] 1864.

Forming No. 17 of Vol. 23 of The Phonetic Journal, Saturday 23 April, 1864. "An Offering
to the Shakspere Tercentenary Festival."

3413. Shakespeare's Play of The Tempest : With Bibliographical
Preface, selected Criticisms, and Explanatory and Illustrative Notes. By
the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London : Longmans, [i vol. duo.] 1865.

3419. Shakespeare's Play of The Tempest : With Bibliographical
Preface, selected Criticisms, and Explanatory and Illustrative Notes. By
the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London: Longmans, [i vol. duo.] 1869.

3422. Shakespeare's Tempest. Edited with Glossarial and Explan-
atory Notes by the Rev. J. M. Jephson. Second Edition. London and
New York : Macmillan. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.



^imon of ^tljcns.

'"The LifeofTymon of Athens' was first published in the folio collection of 1623." Knight.

3451. The History of Ti?}ion of Athens, the Man-Hater, As it is
Acted by Her Majesty's Servants. Made into a Play. By Tho. Shadwell.
[Altered from Shakespear.] London : Printed and Sold by H. Hills^ in
Black-Fryars. [1 vol. duo., N.D., about 1700.]



88 Sfjiiferspcare iitrmovuil Hibrari?, iJtrmtugijam.

3453. The History of Timon of Athens, the A4an=Hater. As it is
Adled By Her Majesties Servants. Made into a Play. By Tlw. Shadwell.
London^ Printed for H. H. and Sold by TV. Davis and B. Lintott.

[i vol. 4to] 1703.

3457. 'I he History of Timon of Athens, the Man-Hater. Firji
wr'iten by Mr. TVil. Shakespear^ iff fince altered by Mr. Tho. Shadwell.
Printed for T. Johnson, Bookfeller at the Hague, [i vol. sm. 8vo] 1712.

3471. Timon of Athens, Altered from Shakespear. [By Richard
Cumberland.] A Tragedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in
Drury-Lane. London : Printed for the Proprietors of Shakespear's
Works, and fold by T. Becket. [i vol. 8vo] 1771.

3473. Timon of Athens, Altered from Shakespear, a Tragedy. As
it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Dublin : J. Exshaw,
etc. [i vol. duo.] 1772.

3483. Timon of Athens : a Tragedy, In Five Acts, by William
Shakspeare. With Remarks, Biographical and Critical, by D — G. [George
Daniel.] Cumberland''s British Theatre. London.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1831.]

3486. Timon, a Play. Now first printed. Edited by the Rev.
Alexander Dyce. London : Printed for the Shakespeare Society.

[i vol. 8vo] 1842.

Shakespeare Society Publications, vol. 13. 1842.



STttus anUront'cus.

"This Play was firft printed in 1594." Langbaine.

3511. The Most Lamentable Tragedie of Titus Jndronicus. As It
Hath Svndry times beene plaide by the Kings Maiefties Seruants, London,
Printed for Eedward White, and are to be folde at his flioppe, nere the
little North dore of Pauls, at the figne of the Gun. 1611.

Facsimiled by Edmund William Ashbee. London : for Private Circulation only, [i vol. 4to]

1867.
Only fifty copies printed, nineteen of which were subsequently destroyed, thirty-one selected

copies only being preserved. This is number Thirty. Signed, E. W. Ashbee, John Tuckett,

and J O. Halliwell.
Another reprint of this Edition ivill be found in Stee'vcnis Tiventy Plays. See Selections, p. 38,

No. 501.

3514. The Lajnentable Tragedie of Titus Andronicus. By Mr.
William Shakespeare. 1623.

The Text from the Folio of 1623 ; luith Notices of the Inoivn Editions preuioujly ijfued. London.
L. Booth, [i vol. 4to] 1864.



ianglisi) iSUitions of tijc Separate IJIaijs. 89

^Troilus auU CTicBsttia.

"The original quarto edition of Troilus and Cressida, printed in 1609," Knight.

The Famous Historic of Troylus and Cresseid, Excellently
exprefling The Beginning of their Loues, with the Conceited Wooing of
Pandarus Prince of Lic'ia. Written by William Shakespeare. London^
Imprinted by G. Eld for R. Bonian and H. Walley^ and are to be fold at
the Spred Eagle in Paules Church-yeard^ ouer againft the great North
Doore. i6og.

Stee-venss Reprint, 1766. See Selections, p. 38, No. 501.

Has a Preface, "A neuer writer, to an euer reader. Newes." 2 pp. " The preface is very
curious, inasmuch as it settles the question as to the ^Wcf at which these ^wi^rroi were originally
issued, viz. 'a Tester,' (Sixpence.)" Bohns Loivndes. The passage referred to runs as follows :
^^ And had I time I ivould comment -vpon it, though I knoiv it needs not, (for jo much as loill make
you thinke your tefterne lucll bejioiud) hut for so much ivorth, as euen poore I knoiv to he stuft in it."

3560. The T?'agedie of Troylus and Cressida. By Mr. IFlUiam
Shakespeare. 162?.

The Text from the Folio of 1623 ; ivith Notices of the knotun Editions preuioujly ijfued. London.
L. Booth, [i vol. 4to] 1864.

3564. Troilus and Cressida, or, Trvth Found too Late. A Tragedy
As it is Ailed at the Dukes Theatre. To which is Prefix'd, a Preface
Containing the Grounds of Criticifm in Tragedy. Written By John
Dryden Servant to his Majefty. London., Printed for Abel Swall at the
Unicorn at the Weft-end of S. Pauls. TinA Jacob Ton/on at the Judges-Head
in Chancery lane near Fleet-Jlreet.^ [i vol. 410] 1679.

"'The Grounds of Criticism in Tragedy' . . . contains a more condensed view of Dryden's
opinions of Shakspere than any other of his Prefaces. We present it therefore, with some
unimportant omissions, as the summary of the judgment of the highest critical authority of
this period, — when the public taste had been corrupted with music and spectacle, and comedies
of licentious intrigue abounded, in company with the rhyming tragedies of Dryden himself,
and the ranting bombast of his inferior rivals." — Knight.

3592. Troilus and Cressida : A Tragedy, In Five Acts, by William
Shakspeare. With Remarks, Biographical and Critical, by D. — G.
[George Daniel.] Cumberland's British Theatre. London : Davidson.

[i vol. duo , N.D., about 1852.]

grtoelfti) Nigljt; or, m\\)M |3ou WL\\h

"This comedy was first printed in the folio edition of 1623." Knight.

3616. Love Betray'd ; or, the Agreable Difipointment. A Comedy.
As it was A6led at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By the Author
of The Ladies Viftting-Day. [ C. Burnaby.] London: Printed for
D. Brown., etc. [i vol. 4to] 1703.

In the Preface, the "Author" says: "Part of the Tale of this Play, I took from Shakefpear,
and about Fifty of the Lines; Thofe that are his, 1 have mark'd with Inverted Comma's, to
diftinguifh 'em from what are mine. I endeavour'd where I had occalion to introduce anv of
'em, to make 'em look as little like Strangers as polTible."

N



90 St)aUcs)jfavc fWcmorial ILibvaii?, Birmtugljam.

3621. Twelfth -Night : or, What You Will, By Shakespear.
London: Printed by R. Walker at Shakefpears Head.

[l vol. duo.] 1735.

3635. Twelfth Night ; or, What You Will ; 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.
[Inchbald's British Theatre, vol. 5.] London : Longman.

[i vol. duo.] 1808.

3637. Shakspeare's Twelfth Night ; or. What You Will. A
Comedy. Revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first published as it is
acted at The Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : Printed for the
Theatre. [i vol. 8vo] 18 10.

3646. Twelfth Night ; or. What You Will : a Comedy ; by William
Shakspeare. With Prefatory Remarks. As it is performed at the Theatres
Royal. [Oxberry's New English Drama, vol. 12.] London : Simpkin, etc.

[i vol. duo.] 1821.

3648. Twelfth-Night: or, What Tou Will. [With Illustrations
by R. Smirke, R.A.] London. Rodwell, etc. [i vol. 8vo] 1822.

3652. Twelfth Night : or. What You Will : a Comedy, In Five
Acts, by William Shakspeare. With Remarks, Biographical and Critical,

by D. G. [George Daniel.] As performed at the Theatres Royal,

London. Cumberland's British Theatre. London : Music-Publishing
Company. [i vol. duo., N.D., about 1824.]

3669. Twelfth Night ; or. What You Will : a Comedy, in Five
Acts. By William Shakespeare. T. H. Lacy, London.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1869.]

3671. Shakspeare's Comedy of Twelfth Night or What You Will.
With Explanatory and Illustrative Notes, selected Criticisms on the Play,
etc. Bv the Rev. John Hunter, M. A. London: Longmans.

[i vol. duo.] 1870.

Z\)t ^tijo iScntlcmfu of Fciona.

"'The Two Gentlemen of Verona ' w.is first printed in the folio collection of Shakspere's
plays ... in 1623." Knight.

3710. Songs, Duettos., Glees., and Choruses, introduced in Shakspeare^s
Revived Play of the Tivo Gentlemen of Verona selected entirely from the
Plays, Poems, and Sonnets of Shakspeare. Aded at the Theatre Royal,
Covent Garden. The Overture and whole of the Mufic (excepting Two
Melodies) composed by Mr. Bishop. London: Printed by E. Macleijh.

[1 vol. 8\'o, N.D., about 1790.]



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3713. Shakspeare's Two Genclemcii of Verona, a Comedy, revised
by J. P. Kemble; and now first published as it is acted at Thf 'I'hiuitre
Royal in Covent Garden. London : Printed for the Theatre.

[i vol. 8vo] 1808.

3721. The Two Gentlemen of Verona. J Comedy ; By William
Shakspeare. IVith Prefatory Remarks^ [signed P.P.] As it is performed
at the Theatres Royal. [Oxberry's New English Drama, vol. 17.]
London. Simpkin, etc. [i vol. duo.] 1823.

3734. The Two Gentlemen of Verona. A Comedv, in Five Acts.

By William Shakspeare. With Remarks, by D. G . [George Daniel.]

Cumberland's British Theatre. T. H. Lacy.

[London. i vol. duo., n.d., about 1870.]



2rf)e 3^intfi's JTale.

"The first edition of this play known is tiiat of the folio, 1623." Staunton.



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