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Edition. London: H. G. Bohn. [i vol. duo.] 1843.

5524. A Few Words upon Shakspeare. By C. L. Lordan. 1843.

Jn Colloquies, Desultory and Diverse, but chiefly upon Poetry and Poets : between an Elder,
Enthusiastic, and an Apostle of the Law. [By C. L. Lordan.] . . . Romsey : Lordan.
[i vol. Svo] 1843. Pp. 115-157.

" Presumed to have been the first unwritten book." The Author composed it himself as
he set up the types.

Another Edition,

5525. London : Orr and Co. Romsey : Lordan.

[i vol. Svo] 1844.

5526. A Lecture on the Times and the Play of Richard the
Third, Delivered in Crosby Hall, Nov. 8th, 1843, by Miles Beale,
M.R.C.S. . . . London : Published at the Request, and for the Benefit,
of the Crosby Hall . . . Institution. [i vol. Svo] 1844.

5527. Remarks on Mr. J. P. Collier's and Mr. C. Knight's Editions
of Shakespeare. By the Rev. Alexander Dyce. . . . London: Moxon.

[i vol. Svo] 1844.

5528. The Character of Richard Duke of Gloucester considered
with reference to Shakspeare's Tragedy of Richard III. By Caroline A.
Halsted. 1844.

In Richard IlL As Duke of Gloucester and King of England. By Caroline A. Halsted. . . .
London : Longman. [2 vols. Svo, n.d., about 1844.] Vol. I, pp. 268-296.

5529. The First Jubilee Oration upon . . . Shakspeare. ... By
Jones. 1844.

In Tecumseh, ... a Tragedyj Life of General Harrison; . . . and Oration upon Shak-
speare. Fifth Edition. By George Jones. . . . London : Longman, [i vol. Svo] 1S44,
Pp. 197-242.

For earlier Edition, see p. z ^2'



266 Stafeespeare IHfmortal Eitrars, iSirmtngi^am.

5530. Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who lived about the
Time of Shakspeare. With Notes. By Charles Lamb. London: Moxon,

[2 vols, duo.] 1844.

5531. Ballads that illustrate Shakspeare. 1844.

/« Reliques of Ancient English Poetry : consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and other
Pieces of our earlier Poets ; together with some few of later date. By Thomas Percy.
. . . London : Washbourne. [3 vols. 8vo] 1844. Vol. i, pp. 131-264.

"In his introduction to this division of his work, he gives some very sensible observations
upon the origin of the English stage. In the following remarks on the Histories of our poet
he takes a different, and we think a juster, view of their origin and purpose than Malone and
the other commentators. Although Percy puts his own opinions cautiously, if not timidly,
it is clear that he had higher notions of Shakspere as an artist than those who were arro-
gating to themselves the merit of having made him ' popular.'" — Knight : Studies of Shabpere,
1851, p. 556.

5532. Handbills of Shakespearian Readings, and Theatrical Repre-
sentations, by The Chevalier Count George Jones, [i vol. 4to] 1844-53.

5533. Shakspere and Company. A Comedy, in Five Acts. By
Christopher Brooke Bradshaw. London : Printed for the Author.

[i vol. 8vo] 1845.

5534. King Henry VHL and the Abbot of Reading, A Legend
founded on Fact, from Fuller's Church History, by John Caulfield, Sen.

[i vol. 8vo, no date or imprint, about 1845.]

5535. The Complete Concordance to Shakspere : being a Verbal
Index to all the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet. By Mrs.
Cowden Clarke. . . . London : Knight. [i vol. 8vo] 1845.

Another Edition.
New and Revised Edition. London : Kent and Co. [i vol. 8vo, n. d., about 1848.]

5536. New Illustrations of the Life, Studies, and Writings of
Shakespeare. Supplementary to all the Editions. By Joseph Hunter. . . .
London : Nichols and Son. [2 vols. 8vo] 1845.

5537. Compositions from Shakspeare's Tempest, by J. Noel Paton.
London, Chapman and Hall. [i vol. ob. 4to] 1845.

5538. The Book of Shakespeare Gems : in a Series of Landscape
Illustrations of the most interesting Localities of Shakespeare's Dramas.
London : H. G. Bohn. [i vol. 8vo] 1845.

Engraved by Woods, Carter, Radclyffe, Varrall, Godfrey, and others, from drawings by G. F.
Sargent.

The same Illustrations as in "Shakespeare Illustrated," 1842. See No. 5510.

5539. Anne Hathaway ; or, Shakspeare in Love. By Emma Severn.
London: Bentley. [3 vols. 8vo] 1845.



iSnslisf) 5f)afefi3peariana. 267

5540. Rambles by Rivers. The Avon. By James Thorne. Lon-
don : Knight & Co. [i vol. duo.] 1845.

Contains chapters on— Deer-Stealing ; The Birth-place of Shakspere 5 The Poet's Walks ;
The Honne of the Poet and his Grave : pp. 1 14-178.

Shakspearei Merry Tales. [l vol. 22mo] 1 845. See Nos. 4620, 4624.

5541. Criticism applied to Shakspere. A Series of Essays published
originally in the Surplice. By Charles Badham. London: James Bohn.

[i vol. 8vo] 1846.

6542. Britton Testimonial. Account of Public Dinner to John
Britton at Richmond. . . . 1845. . . . Printed for the Subscribers.

[i vol. 8vo] 1846.

Contains references to Shakespeare.

5543. Selections from Shakspeare, with Critical Notice. By Leigh
Hunt. 1846.

Jn Wit and Humour, Selected from the English Poets ; with an Illustrative Essay, and Critical
Comments. By Leigh Hunt. Second Edition. London: Smith, Elder, and Co. [i vol,
duo.J 1846. Pp. 122-152.

Another Edition.
New Edition. London: Smith, Elder & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1871.

5544. Selections from Shakspeare, with Critical Notice. By Leigh
Hunt. 1846.

In Imagination and Fancy; or Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative of those First
Requisites of their Art; with Markings of the best Passages, Critical Notices of the Writers,
and an Essay in Answer to the Question, " What is Poetry ?" By Leigh Hunt. Third
Edition. London : Smith, Elder, and Co. [i vol. duo.] 1846. Pp. 149-194.

Another Edition.
Fourth Edition. London : Smith, Elder & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1871.

5545. Memoirs of Joseph Shepherd Munden, Comedian, By his
Son. London : Bentley. [i vol. 8vo] 1846.

Contains notices of Shakespearian performances.

5546. Memoir of and essay on the genius of Shakspere. By Barry
Cornwall. [B. W. Procter.] 1846.

From The Works of Shakspere, , , , London : Orr and Co, [3 vols, 8vo] 1846, Vol. I,
pp, i, to xxviii,

5547. Memoirs of Robert William Elliston Comedian. ... By
George Raymond. With Illustrations by George Cruikshank and "Phiz".
Second Edition. London : OUivier. [2 vols. 8vo] 1846.

Contains notices of Shakespearian performances.

5548. Who was "Jack Wilson," the Singer of Shakespeare's Stage?
An Attempt to prove the Identity of this Person with John Wilson,
Doctor of Musick, in the University of Oxford, a.d. 1644. By Edward
F. Rimbault. . . . London: J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1846.



268 ^ijnfefsprnrc i^emorial iliftrarfi, ISinntngijam.

5549. A Course of Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature, b
Augustus William Schlegel. Translated by John Black. . . . Revised
according to the last German Edition, by the Rev. A. J. W. Morrison.
London: H. G. Bohn. [i vol. 8vo] 1846.

Contains Lectures on Shakespeare, and criticisms on his plays.
For earlier Edition, see No. 521 1.

5550. Shakspeare's Dramatic Art : and his Relation to Calderon
and Goethe. Translated from the German of Dr. Hermann Ulrici.
London : Chapman. [i vol. Bvo] 1846.

5551. The Youth of Shalcspeare. . . . [By R. F. Williams]. Lon-
don : Colburn, etc. [3 vols, duo.] 1846.

For earlier Edition, see No. 548 1.

5552. The Actor ; or, a Peep behind the Curtain. Being Passages
in the Lives of Booth and some of his Contemporaries. . . . New York:
Graham. [i vol. duo.] 1846.

Contains notices of Shakespearian performances.

5553. An Essay on the Character of Macbeth. . . . London : Mit-
chell, [i vol. 8vo] 1846.

A reply to the article in the Westminster Re-vieiv, vol. 41, 1845.

5551. The Character of Desdemona. By John Quincy Adams.

1847.

From The Prose Writers of America. ... By Rufus Wilmot Griswold, London : Bentley.
[i vol. 8vo] 1847. Pp. 103-6.

5555. The Home of Shakspere Illustrated and Described. By
F. W. Fairholt. . . . Thirty-Three Engravings. London : Chapman
and Hall. [i vol. 8vo] 1847.

5556. Studies of Shakespeare in the Plays of King John, Cymbe-
line, 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.

[i vol. duo.] 1847.

5557. Shakspeare for Schools ; being Passages from his Works to
be committed to Memory. With Notes, Original and Selected. By a
Clergyman of the Church of England. [The Rev. C. Lenny.] London :
Relfe and Fletcher. [i vol. duo.] 1847.

Jlnother Edition.
Second Edition. London : Relfe Brothers. [l vol. duo.] 1S65.

5558. A Guide to the Birth-town of Shakspere and the Poet's Rural
Haunts. By George May. . . . Evesham : May.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1847.]

With views of the Monument, Birth-place, etc.



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5559. Stanzas Suggested at the Grave of Shakespear. By John
Critchley Prince. 1847.

In Hours with the Muses : by J. C. Prince. . . . Fourth Edition, enlarged. London : Simp-
kin, Marshall, and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1847. Pp. 123-5.

5560. Shakespeare's Delineations of Insanity. 1847.

In Contributions to Mental Pathology. By I. Ray, M.D. . . . Boston : [U. S.] Little,
Brown, and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1873. Pp. 482-533.

5561. Religious and Moral Sentences from . . . Shakespeare, Com-
pared with Sacred Passages from Holy Writ. . . . [By Watson.] Second
Edition. London: Calkin & Budd. [i vol. 8vo] 1847.

With Portrait from the Jansen picture, by Jobbins; Portrait of the Earl of Southampton; and

a copy of Stothard's picture of Shakespeare's Interview with gueen Elizabeth.
For earlier Edition, see No. 5522.

5562. Shakspeare, and his Hamlet. By Edmund H. White. 1847.

In Athelstan, a Tragedy. Life and Death, an Allegory. And other Poems. By Edmund H.
White. Second Edition. London : Strange, [i vol. duo.J 1847. Pp- ^7"9S-

5563. Shakspeare's House, at Stratford-on-Avon. The most unique
Relic amongst England's Treasures and indeed, the most interesting
Monument of the Poet's Fame which this Country boasts. [Announce-
ment of Sale by Auction, by Mr. Robins, i6 Sept. 1847.

1 vol. 4to] 1847.

Contains exterior and interior views of the Birthplace, and "Plan of the Property originally
possessed by the Shakspeare Family."

In the volume are bound a number of papers relating to the purchase of the Birthplace —
lists of subscribers, advertisements, circulars, programmes, etc.

5564. This House to be Sold ; (the Property of the late William
Shakspeare.) Inquire Within. A Musical Extravaganza, In One Act,
by J. Stirling Coyne. ... As Performed at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi.
, , . London : National Acting Drama Office.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1847.]

5565. The Shakespeare Night, in aid of the Fund for the Purchase
and Preservation of Shakespeare's House. Tuesday, December Seventh,
1847, ^^ ^^^ Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden. [i vol. 8vo] 1847.

Programme of the performances.

5566. Shakespeare Proverbs ; or, the Wise Saws of our Wisest Poet
collected into a Modern Instance. By Mary Cowden Clarke. . . . Bos-
ton [U.S.]: Spencer. [i vol. duo.] 1847.

Another Edition,

5567. The same. London : Chapman and Hall.

[i vol. sm. 8vo] 1848.



270 *i)akr0pcare iHrmorial Eifiratj}, ISirmingfiam.

5568. An Inquiry into the Philosophy and Religion of Shakspere.
By W. J. Birch. . . . London: Mitchell. [i vol. 8vo] 1848.

" Written to prove that Shakespeare was an Atheist." — Bohn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3,
P- 2333-

5569. The Complete Concordance to Shakspere : Being a Verbal
Index to all the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet. (New
and Revised Edition.) By Mrs. Cowden Clarke. . . . London : Kent &
Co. [i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1848.]

For earlier Edition, see No. 5535.

5570. The Life of William Shakespeare. Including many Parti-
culars respecting the Poet and his Family never before published. By
James Orchard Halliwell. . . . London : J. R. Smith.

[i vol. 8vo] 1848.

Contains Portrait from the Stratford Bust, facsimile of signature, view of Birthplace, and other
illustrations.

5571. Lectures on Shakspeare. By H. N. Hudson. Second Edi-
tion. New York : Baker and Scribner. [2 vols, duo.] 1848.

5572. The Boar's Head Tavern, Eastcheap : A Shakspearian
Research. The Mutability of Literature. Stratford-on-Avon. By
Washington Irving. About 1848.

Jn The Sketch Book. Works of Washington Irving. London : H. G. Bohn. [14 vols. 8vo]
1859- VoK 2, pp. 81, 90, 192.

5573. Catalogue of the Portraits of Shakspeare. By John Mer-
ridew. 1848.

Jn A Catalogue of Engraved Portraits of Nobility, Gentry, Clergymen, and others, Born, Resi-
dent in, or Connected with the County of Warwick ; alphabetically arranged, -with Names
of the Painters and Engravers, and the Size of each Plate ; to which are added Numerous
Biographical Notices, compiled or selected with great assiduity, research, and care. [By
John Merridew.] Coventry : Merridew. [i vol. 4to] 1848. Pp. 53-58. Large paper.

5574. Another copy. Large paper. [i vol. 410] 1848.

5575. Shakespeare, Schiller, and Goethe, Relatively considered. An
Essav, by F. W. RudlofF. . . . Brighton: King. [i vol. duo.] 1848.

5576. Shakspeare's Hamlet : An Attempt to find the Key to a
Great Moral Problem, by Methodical Analysis of the Play. ... By
Edward Strachey. London: Parker. [i vol. 8vo] 1848.

5577. The Heroines of Shakspeare : comprising The Principal
Female Characters in the Plays of the Great Poet. Engraved under the
Direction of Mr. Charles Heath, from Drawings by eminent Artists.
London : Bogue. [i vol. 8vo] 1848.

From paintings by K. Meadows, Hayter, Wright, Corbould, Frith, etc.



iSngltsf) ^ijakcspcartana. 271

5578. Readings from the Plays of Shakspeare ; in Illustration of

his Characters. . . . London: Parker. [i vol. 8vo] 1848.

^1^5579. Shakspeare's Seven Ages of Man: Illustrated by Original

Desio-ns Drawn on Wood, by Mulready, Constable, Wilkie, Collins,

Chalon, Cooper, Callcott, Landseer, Hilton. . . . London : Van Voorst.

[ I vol. sm. 4to] 1848.

The Introduction by John Martin.

yinotber Editiun.
London: Holloway. [i vol. 4to] 1850.

5580. Translations from Shakespeare into Greek Verse. 1848.

In Progressive Exercises in Greek Tragic Senarii, followed by a Selection from the Greek
Verses of Shrewsbury School. . . . Cambridge: Uni-veniiy Press, [i vol. 8vo] 18+8.

5581. A House for Shakspere. A Proposition for the Considera-
tion of the Nation. By William Wilson. . . . Reprinted from " Hood's
Magazine" for September. London : Hurst. [i vol. 8vo] 1848.

5582. A House for Shakspere. . . . Second and concluding Paper,
containing a Review of the Reception of the First, and a few Digressions.
By William Wilson. . . . London : Mitchell.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1849.]

5583. The Romance of the Peerage or Curiosities of Family His-
tory. By George Lillie Craik. London : Chapman and Hall.

[2 vols. 8vo] 1848-9.

Contains allusions to Shakespeare and Lord Essex, vol. I, p. 75 ; and to Shakespeare's Richard
II. and Henry IV. in vol. 2, pp. 65-75.

5584. Essays on the Merits and Characteristics of William Shak-
spere : also Remarks on his Birth and Burial-Place, his Monument,
Portraits, and Associations. With numerous Illustrations. By John
Britton. . . . London : Appendix to Britton's Auto-Biography.

[i vol. 8vo] 1849.

5585. 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 William Picker-
ing. [2 vols. 8vo] 1849

5586. Remarks on an Article inserted in the Papers of the Shake-
speare Society. [Addressed to the Council of the Percy Society. By
T. Crofton Croker. i vol. 8vo, N. d., about 1849.]

Relates to Massinger's " Beleeve as you List." Privately printed.

5587. Shakspere : the Poet, The Lover, The Actor, The Man.
A Romance. By Henry Curling. . . . London : Bentley.

[3 vols, duo.] 1849.



272 Sliafepspeare iHcmorial 3Liirar|), 13irmtng^am.

5588. The Beauties of Shakespeare. [By Dodd.] London :
Moxon. [i vol. duo.] 1849.

For other Editions, see f. 1 8 6.

5589. A few Remarks by Henry Rumsey Forster on the Chandos
Portrait of Shakspeare, recently purchased at Stowe, for the Earl of
Eilesmere. And a Letter upon the same, by H. Rodd. London : Fifty
copies printed for Private Distribution. [i vol. 8vo] 1849.

With copies of the Droeshout and Chandos Portraits, and the Bust at Stratturd. This copy is
No. 19.

5590. The Dramatic Unities of Shakespeare : in a Letter addressed
to the Editor of Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. By the Rev. N. J.
Halpin. . . . Dublin : Hodges and Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1849.

5591. The Homes and Haunts of Shakspeare. By William
Howitt. 1849.

Jn Homes and Haunts of the Most Eminent British Poets. By Willi.im Howitt. The illustra-
tions by W. and G. Measom. . . . London : Bentley. [2 vols. 8vo] 18+7-9. ^°'- 'jPP- 40"58-

5592. Studies of Shakspere : forming a Companion Volume to
every Edition of the Text. By Charles Knight. . . . London : Knight.

[i vol. 8vo] 1849.

With copies of the Chandos, Droeshout, and Felton Portraits ; of a Portrait from " an Ancient
Picture in tlie possession of Mr. Knight;" and of the Bust at Stratford.

Another Edition.
London : Knight. [1 vol. 8vo] 1851.

5593. Shakspeare and Milton for Schools ; being Passages from
their Works to be committed to Memory. With Notes, Original and
Selected [By Rev. C. Lenny.] London : Relfe and Fletcher.

[i vol. duo.] 1849.

5594. The Chandos Portrait of Shakespeare. 1849.

Being the Fine-Art Gossip from The Athenaeum, lo Feb. and 3 March 1849 ; and Articles
from the Literary Gazette, March 3 and 10 : with letters by H. Rodd. Contains an auto-
graph letter from H. Rodd to John Britton.

5595. A Dictionary of Shakspere Quotations ; being a Collection
of the Maxims, Proverbs, and most remarkable Passages in the Plays
and Poems of Shakspere ; arranged in Alphabetical order. By C. J.
Walbran. ... [i vol. 8vo] 1849.

Printed at Ripon.

5596. A Complete History of Theatrical Entertainments, Dramas,
Masques, and Triumphs, at the English Court, from the Time of King
Henry the Eighth to the Present Day, including the Series of Plays per-
formed before Her Majesty, at Windsor Castle, Christmas, 1848-9.
Containing many curious Particulars of our early Dramatic Literature



iEitQltsi) Sfjnltfsspfnriana. 273

and Art. Embellished with beautiful Engravings on Steel, by Finden,
from Designs by Grieve, Telbin, and Absolon. Edited by J. K. Chap-
man. London : Mitchell. [i vol. 4to, n.d., about 1849.]

Contains accounts of the performance of The Merchant of Venice and Hamlet.

5597. The Series of Dramatic Entertainments performed by Royal
Command before Her Majesty the Queen, His Royal Highness Prince
Albert, the Royal Family, and the Court, at Windsor Castle, 1848-9,
comprising The Merchant of Venice. . . . Hamlet. Printed Verbatim
from the authorised Versions. . . . Edited by Benjamin Webster. . . .
Mitchell. [London, i vol. 410, n.d., about 1849.]

5598. Memoir and Theatrical Career of Ira Aldridge, the African
Roscius. . . . [With Portrait as Othello.] London : Onwhyn.

[i vol. 8vo, N. D., about 1849.]

5599. The Theatre — Its Character and Tendency. 1849.

From The Eclectic Review. August, 1849. [i vol. 8vo.]

5600. The Theatrical Programme and Entr'acte.

[i vol. 8vo] 1849.

A periodical containing programmes of performances at the London Theatres, etc., and articles
on dramatic subjects. Contains many notices of Shakespearian performances.

5601. The Shakspere Almanac for 1849. [By J. W. Lethbridge.]
London: Bogue. [i vol. duo.] 1849.

5602. The same, for 1850: vi^ith an Essay on the Character of
Shakspere. By J. W. Lethbridge. . . . London : Bogue.

[i vol. duo.] 1850.

" The object of this Almanack is to give an event, vi^ith a suitable quotation from the writings
of 'the immortal Shakspere,' for each day of the year.'"— Introduction, p. iii. Printed by
Josiah Allen and Son, of Birmingham.

5603. The Tempest, as a Lyrical Drama. By Morris Barnett. . . .
London : Mitchell. [i vol. 8vo] 1850.

5604. Two Lectures on " Hamlet," by the Rev. George Dawson,
M.A. [of Birmingham.] 1850

Jn The Monthly Literary and Scientific Lecturer, vol. I . . . . London : Strange, [i vol. sm.
8vo] 1850. Pp. 14-18,47-51.

5605. Shakspeare ; or, the Poet. By R. W. Emerson. 1850.

In Representative Men. Seven Lectures. By R. W. Emerson. London : Chapman, [i vol.
sm. duo.] 1850. Pp. 139-163.

5606. A Pilgrimage to Stratford-upon-Avon, the Birthplace of
Shakspeare. . . . [By Charles Vaughan Grinfield.] London, Longman.
Coventry, Merridew. [i vol. sm. 8vo] 1850

Has Portrait, altered from the Droeshout, and other illustrations.



2 74 Stafefspcare ifSfmortal Hibrarg, Ijtrmingtam.

5607. Remarks on the Moral Influence of Shakspeare's Plays ; with
Illustrations from Hamlet. By the Rev. Thomas Grinfield. London :
Longman. Coventry : Merridew. [i vol. 8vo] 1850.

Has a copy of the Stratford Bust, and other-illustrations. Contains also " Miscellaneous Shalc-
speiiana," including Shaksperian Centos; Analysis of the Plots of the Plays ; Brief Notes
on some of the Plays ; Shaksperian Hygiene.

5608. A New Boke About Shakespeare and Stratford-on-Avon by
J. O. Halliwell. London : for Private Circulation. [i vol. 4to] 1850.

The impression limited to seventy-five copies. Contains facsimile of Shakespeare's Marriage
Bond, and engravings of Shakespearian localities and relics.

5609. Apophthegms from the Plays of Shakespeare. . . . By
Charlotte Lyndon. London : Simpkin and Marshall. Ryde : Butler.

[i vol. sm. 8vo, N.D., about 1850.]

5610. Prize Essay on the Historical Plays of Shakspeare. Written
for the Stephen Endowment Prize, King's College, London. [By
Thomas Macknight.] London : Wickham, etc. [i vol. duo.] 1850.

5611. Shakspeare's Seven Ages, Etched by E. Goodall, after
original Designs by Daniel Maclise, R. A. Art Union of London.

[i vol. ob. 4to] 1850.

The Works of Cbrhtopher Marloive. [3 -vols. 8w] 1850. See No. 4688.

5612. Which was the greater Poet, Shakspere or Milton .'' A
Debate. 1850.

In The Debater : a New Theory of the Art of Speaking ; being a Series of Complete Debates,
Outlines of Debates, and Questions for Discussion. ... By Frederick Rowton. . . . Second
Edition. London: Longman, [i vol. 8vo] 1850. Pp. 166-188. Contains other references
to Shakespeare, at pp. 280, 293.

5613. City of London School. Prize Essay on the Difference of
Object and Treatment between the Greek Tragedians and Shakspeare.
By John Robert Seeley. [i vol. 8vo] 1850.

5614. Shakspere's Tragedy of Richard III., considered Dramatically
and Historically; and in comparison with Cibber's Alteration as at present
in use on the Stage, in a Lecture delivered to the Members of the
Liverpool Literary, Scientific and Commercial Institution, by Thos.
Stuart, of the Theatre Royal. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1850.]

5615. Desultory Thoughts on the National Drama, Past and
Present. By an Old Playgoer. London : Onwhyn. [i vol. 8voJ 1850.

5616. An Essay on the Science of Pronunciation.

[i vol. 4to] 1850.

Contains examples from "Shakespeare (the greatest Master of our langu.ige)."



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56L7. The Seven Ages of Shakspeare Illustrated. . . . London :
Holloway. [i vol. 4to] 1850.

For earlier Edition, see No. 5579-

5618. William Shakspere. 1850.

In The National Cyclopadia of Useful Knowledge. London : Knight. [12 vols. 8vo] 1847-
51. Vol. 10, pp. 914-21.

5619. The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines ; in a Series of
Fifteen Tales. By Mary Cowden Clarke. . . . London : Smith & Son.

[3 vols. 8vo] 1850-2.

5620. An Essay on Mr. Singer's " Wormwood ;" . . . and a Reading
of Shakspere's Sonnet, cxi. . . . By H. K. Staple Causton. . . . London :
Causton. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1851.]

5621. Shakspeare a Tory and a Gentleman. On the Character of
Hamlet. A Critique on Retzsch's Illustrations of Hamlet. Shakspeare
and his Contemporaries. Notes on Shakspeare. By Hartley Coleridge.

1851.

In Essays and Marginalia. By Hartley Coleridge. Edited by his Brother. London : Moxon.
[2 vols. 8vo] 1851.

5622. Reflections from Shakspeare' s ClifF; with a Glance at Calais
Cliff. [By C. Gillmor, R.N.] . . . London : Palmer and Son.

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