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Selection of Similes, Definitions, Descriptions, and other Remarkable
Passages in the Plays and Poems of Shakespeare. By Henry Noel
Humphreys. London: Longman. [i vol. 4to] 1851.

With illuminated borders and capitals.

5626. Studies of Shakspere. Forming a Companion Volume to
every Edition of the Text. By Charles Knight. . . . London : Charles
Knight. [i vol. 8vo] 1851.

For earlier Edition, set No. 5592.

276 S^fjafefsprare iHrmorml fLifirnrj), iDlnninofjam.

5627. An Essay upon the Ghost-Belief of Shakespeare. By Alfred
Roffe . . . London : Hope and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1851.

" Privately printed." — Bohn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2334.

5628. Another Edition. [i vol. 8vo, n.d., about 1851.]

Without title. Differs considerably from the above.

5629. Smart's Course of English. Historico-Shakspearian Readings
from the Chronicle and Roman Plays, with Connecting Memoranda :
Being the Companion Volume to the Practice of Elocution. By B. H.
Smart. London : Longman, etc. [i vol. duo.] 185 1.

For other Editions, see f. 258.

5630. Illustrations of Stratford-upon-Avon and the Life of Shak-
speare, from Original Drawings. Stratford-on-Avon, Ward.

[I vol. fol.] 1 85 1.

5631. Leaves from the Portfolio of a Manager. — No. vi. A few
more Words on Shakspeare. 1851.

From Dublin University Magazine, June, 1851. [i vol. 8vo] 1851.

5632. Stratford as connected with Shakspeare ; and the Bard's
Rural Haunts. Stratford-upon-Avon, F. & E. Ward.

[i vol. 8vo.] 1851.

Contains views of the Birthplace, Church, New Place, etc.

5633. Three Essays on Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear. By
Pupils of the City of London School. London : Bruce and Ford.

[i vol. 8vo] 1851.

I. A Parallel between Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear and the GEdipus in Colono of
Sophocles. By John Robert Seeley.

n. On the Character of the Religious Belief and Feeling which pervade the Tragedy of
King Lear. By William Young.

in. On the Tragedy of King Lear j quoting and illustrating such Passages as allude to
the Usages of the Times in which Shakespeare lived. By Ernest Abraham Hart.

5634. The Theatre. Edinburgh : Bertram & Co.

[1 vol. 8vo] 1851-2.

A Magazine. Nos. I to 12, (except No. 2, which is wanted).

5635. Democritus in London with the Mad Pranks and Comical
Conceits of Motley and Robin Good-fellow To which are added Notes
Festivous etc. [By George Daniel] London W. Pickering.

[i vol. 8vo] 1852.

Contains references to Shakespeare.

5636. Studies from Shakspere. The Tempest. Macbeth. King
John. The Merchant of Venice. 1852.

In Studies from the English Poets : a Reading-Book for the Higher Classes in Schools, or for
Home Teaching. By G. F. Graham. . . . London : Longman, [i vol. duo.] 1S52. Pp.

iSnglisi) 5)|)akf0pfanana. 277

5637. Shakspeare and his Times. By M. Guizot. London : Bentley.

[i vol. 8vo] 1852.

5638. 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 Halli-
well. Brixton Hill : Printed for Private Circulation only.

[i vol. 4to] 1852.

5639. A Few Remarks on the Emendation, " Who Smothers her
with Painting," in the Play of Cytubeline. Discovered by Mr. Collier., in a
Corrected Copy of the Second Edition of Shakespeare. By J. 0. Halll-
well. London: J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1852.

" Replied to by Mr. Collier in the Addenda to his Notes and Emendations." — Bohn's
Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5640. Sir Walter Scott, Racine, and Shakspeare. By William
Hazlitt. 1852.

In the Plain Speaker : Opinions on Books, Men, and Things : by W. Hazlitt. Second
Edition. Edited by his Son. London: Templeman, [2 vols. 8vo] 1851-2. Vol. 2, pp.

5641. Flowers from Stratford on Avon. The Flower's richly colour'd
from the Original Drawing's, by Paul Jerrard. London. Jerrard.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1852.]

Coloured Illustrations of Flowers, with mottoes from Shakespeare.

5642. Shakespeare's Sonnets. Supposed New Discovery of the
Scheme or Ground-Idea of each and all of Shakespeare's Dramas. By
David Lester Richardson. 1852.

In Literary Recreations or Essays Criticisms and Poems Chiefly written in India By D. L.
Richardson. . . . London Thacker. [Printed in Calcutta, i vol. Svo] 1852.

Contains other papers on Shakespearian subjects. This is another edition of " Literary
Leaves," (see No. 54S8), with considerable additions.

5643. Macbeth Travestie. By Momus Medlar [James Smith.]


In Rejected Addresses : or, the New Theatrum Poetarum, By James Smith & Horace Smith.
. . . Twenty-third Edition. London: Murray, [i vol. 8vo] 1852. Pp. 171-174.

5644. Shakspere : His Times and Contemporaries. By George
Tweddell. . . . London : Kershaw. [i vol. duo.] 1852.

56i5. The " Second Shakspere Night." The Scenes recited by
Members of the Walworth Literary and Scientific Institution, at their
Lecture Hall, on Tuesday, January 20th, 1852. Charles Knight, Esq. in
the Chair. . . . Edited by H. J. C. . . . London : Harvey.

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

5646. Shakespeare's Puck, and his Folkslore, illustrated from the


2 78 Sfjaltfispfarc iHcmorial Uiftrari), 13inmng^am.

Superstitions of all Nations, but more especially from the Earliest Reli-
gion and Rites of Northern Europe and the Wends. By William Bell.
. . . London: For the Author. [3 vols, duo.] 1852-64.

With chapters on Shakespeare having lived in Germany.

5647. Notes and Emendations to the Text of Shakespeare's Plays,
from Early Manuscript Corrections in a copy of the Folio, 1632, in the
possession of J. Payne Collier, Esq. Forming A Supplemental Volume
to the Works of Shakespeare by the same Editor. . . . London : Whittaker
and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

With a facsimile. " First issued by the Shakespeare Society, but afterwards withdrawn from
the Society's List, and published in 1853. . . . This work was reviewed (favourably) in the
Athenasum, Jan. 8, June 11 ; in the Literary Gazette, Jan. 8, 1853 (very favourably), and
in Blackwood, Aug., Sept., and Oct., 1853 (adversely); North British Review, Feb. 1854;
North American Review, April, 1854 (favourably) ; Edinburgh Review, 1856 (favourably),"
and in other periodicals. ..." An Account of the Acquisition of the folio copy of
Shakespeare, containing the MS. Emendations, is given by Mr. Collier, in the Athenaeum,
Jan. 31, and Feb. 7, 1852. Again [with reference to Thomas Perkins, whose autograph is
on the cover of the volume], June 4, i85'3." — Bohn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5618. The same. The Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
London: Whittaker and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

5649. Additional Fac-si miles from Mr. Collier's Folio [Shake-
speare], 1632. [i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1853.]

"Mr. Collier printed . for private distribution 4 pages, containing 18 facsimiles." — Bohn's
Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5650. A Few Notes on Shakespeare ; with Occasional Remarks on
the Emendations of the Manuscript-Corrector in Mr. Collier's Copy of
the Folio 1632. By the Rev. Alexander Dyce. London : J. R. Smith.

[i vol. 8vo] 1853.

Appended to this volume are a few MSS. connected with it, by Dyce, W. Watkiss Lloyd, etc.
Reviewed (tenderly) in the Athenaeum, June 4th and nth, 1853." — Bohn's Lowndes,
1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5651. The Grimaldi Shakspere. Notes and Emendations on the
Plays of Shakspere, from a recently discovered Annotated Copy by the
Late Joseph Grimaldi^ Esq., Comedian. N.B. — These Notes and Emenda-
tions are Copyright, and must not be used by any Editor in any future
Edition of Shakspere. [By F. W. Fairholt.] . . . London: J. R. Smith.

[i vol. 8vo] 1853.

"This is a Squib on Mr. Collier's discovery of the annotated Shakespeare of 1632. Reviewed
in the Athen.Teum, Aug. 20, 1853, p. 987." — Bohn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2336.

5652. Observations on the Shaksperian Forgeries at Bridgewater
House ; illustrative of a Facsimile of the Spurious Letter of H. S. By
J. O. Halliwell. London : for Private Circulation only.

[i vol. 4to] 1853.

" With a facsimile. 25 copies printed. . . . This relates more especially to Manuscript
alterations and corrections in a copy of the first edition of Shakespeare." — Bohn's Lowndes,
1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

IHnsIis]^ ^ijafefspfaviann. 279

5653. Observations on some of the Manuscript Emendations of the
Text of Shakespeare, and Jre they Copyright? By J. O. Halliwell. Lon-
don: J. R. Smith. [I vol. 8vo] 1853.

"Noticed (caustically) in the Athenzum, July, 1853, p. 916."— Bonn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3,
P- ^335-

5654. A Few Words in Reply to the Animadversions of the Reve-
rend Mr. Dyce on Mr. Hunter's '* Disquisition on The Tempest"
(1839) ; and his " New Illustrations of the Life, Studies and Writings of
Shakespeare" (1845); contained in his Work entitled "A Few Notes
on Shakespeare : with Occasional Remarks on the Emendations of the
Manuscript-Corrector in Mr. Collier's Copy of the Folio, 1632." By
the Author of the Disquisition and the Illustrations. [Joseph Hunter.]
London : J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

♦' Reviewed in conjunction with the first volume of Halliwell's folio Shakespeare, in the
Literary Gazette, June 1 1, and in the Athenaeum, July 2, 1853, p. 796."— Bohn's Lowndes,
1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5655. Old Lamps, or New ? A Plea for the Original Editions of
The Text of Shakspere : forming an Introductory Notice to the Stratford
Shakspere, Edited by Charles Knight. London. [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

5656. The Text of Shakespeare Vindicated from the Interpolations
and Corruptions advocated by John Payne Collier Esq. in his Notes and
Emendations. . By Samuel Weller Singer . . . London W. Pickering.

[i vol. 8vo] 1853.

" Reviewed (favourably to Mr. Collier) in the Athenaeum, May 28th and June 4, 1853 (with a
letter of the latter date from Mr. Collier), and (neutrally) in the Lit. Gazette, June 4, 1853.
This was the first publication against the genuineness of the Perkins Manuscript." — Bohn's
Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5657. The Text of Shakspere. Mr. Collier's Corrected Folio of
1632. 1853.

From Putnam's Monthly Magazine of American Literature, Science, & Art. October, 1853.
[i vol. 8vo] 1853. Pp. 378-402.

5658. More Improvements in* the Text of Shakspeare. [By
J. W. C] 1853-

From The Dublin University Magazine, March 1853. [i vol. 8vo] 1853. Pp. 356-373.

5659. The Lives of the Poets-Laureate. With an Introductory
Essay on the Title and Office. By W. S. Austin ... and John Ralph.
. . . London: Bentley. [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

Contains references to Shakespeare in the Lives of Jonson, Davenant, Dryden, Tate,
Rowe, etc.

5660. A Lecture on the Genius, Life, and Character of William
Shakspere : delivered to the Mutual Improvement Society of Welford.
By Frederick Cox. . . . Leicester : Printed by T. C. Browne.

[i vol. 8vo] 1853.

28o 5)f)akf!speare lEcmorial ILtbrar;!), ii3tnn(ngi)am.

5661. The Forest Youth ; or, Shakspere as he Lived. An His-
torical Tale. By Captain Curling. . . . London : Eginton.

[i vol. 8vo] 1853.

5662. The Shakespeare Repository. Edited by James Hamilton
Fennell. London: Scott. [i vol. fol.] 1853.

" A Periodical containing scraps and anecdotes relating to Shakespeare. Only 4 Nos. published."

— Bohn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2337.
This copy has, inserted, the Droeshout Portrait (Swaine, sc); Shakespeare writing, by L.

Hicks ; and seven Illustrations of Shakespearian localities, etc.

5663. Reflections from Shakspeare's ClifF : With a Glance at
Calais ClifF. ... [By C. Gillmor, R.N.] Second Edition. London:
Palmer and Son. [i vol. duo.] 1853.

For earlier Edition, see No. 5622.

5664. Curiosities of Modern Shaksperian Criticism. By J. O.
Halliwell. London: J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

" This is in reply to a review in the Athenaeum, July 2, 1853, of Mr. Halliwell's folio Shake-
speare, vol. I." — Bohn's Lowndes, 1864, vol. 3, p. 2335.

5665. Who was Macbeth ? By the Rev. Abraham Hume. 1853.

In Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool, during the Forty-first
and Forty-second Sessions, 1851 to 1853. No. VIL Liverpool: Deighton and Laughton.
[i vol. 8vo] 1854. Pp. 166-172.

5666. Specimen. The Stratford Shakspere. Edited by Charles
Knight. . . . London: [i vol. 8vo] 1853.

Prospectus of an Edition of Shakespeare.

5667. Shakespeare — the Poet-Catholic. By Wm. Tidd Matson.


From The Midland Metropolitan Magazine, [i vol. 8vo] 1853. Pp. 67-78.

5668. Publications of the Shakespeare Society. 1853.

Contents :
Vol. I. 1853. Diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 to 1609. Edited by Collier. 1845.
Vol. 2, 1853. Memoirs of Edward Alleyn,,Founder of Dulwich College. Edited by Collier.
The Alleyn Papers. Edited by Collier. 1843.
Vol. 3. 1853. A Treatise against Dicing, Dancing, Plays, and Interludes, by Northbrooke,
1577. Edited by Collier. 1843.
The School of Abuse, by Gosson, 1579. Edited by Collier. 1841.
An Apology for Actors, by Heywood, 1612. Edited by Collier. 1841.
Vol. 4. 1853. Farewell to Military Profession, by Riche, 1 58 1. Edited by Collier. 1846.
Pierce Penniless's Supplication to the Devil, by Nash, 1592. Edited by

Collier. 1842.
Fools and Jesters : with a Reprint of Armin's Nest of Ninnies, 1608.
Edited by Collier. 1842.
Vol. 5. 1853. Debate between Pride and Lowliness, by Thynn. Edited by Collier. 1841.
The Ghost of Richard III. A Poem, 1614. Edited by Collier. 1844.
Honour Triumphant, 1606, and A Line of Life, 1620} by Forde, Edited by
Collier. 1843.
Vol. 6. 1853, Extracts from the Accounts of the Revels at Court, temp. Elizabeth and
James I. Edited by Cunningham. 1842.
Tarlton's Jests, and News out of Purgatory. Edited by Halliwell. 1844.













iSngltsf) Sjfjafeespfaimna. 28

Vol. 7. 1853. Inigo Jones. A Life of the Architect, by Cunningham : Remarks on some

of his Sketches for Masques and Dramas, by Planche : and Five Court

Masques, Edited from MSS. of Jonson, Marston, etc., by Collier.
Notes of Ben Jonson's Conversations with Drummond of Hawthornden.

Edited by Laing. 1842.
Illustrations of the Fairy Mythology of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Edited

by Halliwell. 1845.
Oberon's Vision in the Midsummer-Night's Dream, illustrated by a Com-
parison with Lylie's Endymion. By Halpin. 1843.
The Remarks of Simrock, on the Plots of Shakespeare's Plays. Edited by

Halliwell. 1850.
Shakespeare's Play of King Henry the Fourth, Printed from a Contemporary

Manuscript. Edited by Halliwell. 1845.
Memoirs of the Principal Actors in the Plays of Shakespeare^ by Collier.

The Chester Plays : a Collection of Mysteries founded upon Scriptural

Subjects, performed by the Chester Trades at Whitsuntide. Edited by

Wright. 1843-7.
Vol. 12. 1853. Ludus Coventris. A Collection of Mysteries, formerly represented at

Coventry on the Feast of Corpus Christi. Edited by Halliwell. 1841.
The Marriage of Wit and Wisdom, an Ancient Interlude. With Illus-
trations of Shakespeare, etc. Edited by HalUwell. 1846.
The Moral Play of Witand Science. Edited by Halliwell. 1848.
Vol. 13. 1853. Ralph Roister Doister, a Comedy, by Udall, 1566; and The Tragedie of

Gorboduc, by Norton and Sackville, 1565. Edited by Cooper. 1847.
Timon, a Play. Now first Printed. Edited by Dyce. 1842.
Sir Thomas More, a Play j now first Printed. Edited by Dyce, 1844,
Patient Grissill, a Comedy, by Dekker, Chettle, and Haughton, 1603,

Edited by Collier. 1 841.
Vol. 14. 1853. The Old Taming of a Shrew, 1594 ; and. The Wife lapped in Morel's Skin.

Edited by Amyot. 1844.
First Sketch of Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor, 1602. Edited by

Halliwell. 1842.
First Sketches of the Second and Third Parts of King Henry the Sixth, 1 594,

1595. Edited by Halliwell. 1843.
The True Tragedy of Richard the Third j and the Latin Play of Richardus

Tertius, by Legge. Edited by Field. 1844.
Vol. 15. 1853. Extracts from the Registers of the Stationers' Company of Works entered

for Publication between 1557 and 1570. Edited by Collier. 1848-9.
Vol. 16. 1853. The Shakespeare Society's Papers, viz. : —

Dogberry and his Associates. Arrest of the Conspirators with Mary Queen

of Scots. By Collier.
Similarity of a passage in Marlowe's Edward II., and one in the First Part

of TAe Contention. By Halliwell.
Letter from Ben Jonson to the Earl of Newcastle, etc. By Cunningham.
Ballad illustrative of Romeo and Juliet. By Barton.
Additions to " The Alleyn Papers." From the originals in the possession of

J. F. Herbert.
On the Profits of Old Actors. By Dramaticus.
" The passing measure Pavin." On a passage in Tivelfth Night. By

Origin of the Curtain Theatre, and mistakes regarding it. By Tomlins.
Mistake by Campbell in his Life of Shakespeare relative to The Tempest. By

L. L. D.
Observations on the correct method of punctuating "too too," in Hamlet.

By Halliwell.
Ballad of "The Green Willow," by Heywood.
Court Revels, temp. Henry VII. By Goodwin.
Imitations of Shakespeare, by Shelley, in The Cenci. By J. B. B.
" Albion Knight ; " a fragment of a Moral Play. By Collier.
Shakespeare's Puck. Lines by Nash, illustrative of a passage in Midsummer

Nigkt\ Dream. By a Book-Lover.
Skcltonical Song by Heywood. By Philo-Heywood.

282 S^finfefspeare jf^fmorinl aifirarp, ItJirmingi^am.

Vol, i6 {continued). On Shakespeare's Bust at Stratford.

On a poem attributed to Nash. By G. L.

" Fm to be married o' Sunday," a Ballad illustrative of a passage in Tie

Taming of the Shreiv. By F. S. A.
Early Rarity of Greene's Works. By Scott.

Who was " Will, my Lord of Leycester's Jesting Player ? " By Bruce.
Corrections of Shakespeare's Text, suggested by Judge Blackstone. By

Inigo Jones, and his Office under the Crown, etc. By Cunningham.
On the word " Ducdame" in As you Like it. By Halliwell.
On the Signature of John Shakespeare, etc. By Bigsby.
Origin of the Induction to Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. By Norton.
Shakespeare's Bust at Stratford. By Harness.

Did General Harrison kill " Dick Robinson" the Player? By Cunningham.
The Bridal Run-away : an Essay on Juliet's Soliloquy. By Halpin.
John Wilson, the Singer in Much ado ahout Nothing, a musical composer in

Shakespeare's plays. By Collier.
On a Mistake by the Messrs. Chambers, relating to Damon and Pythias. By

Conjectures on some corrupt or obscure passages of Shakespeare. By Field.
Poems attributed to Nash contained in Dowland's Songs or ^yres, 1600. By

The Device to entertain Queen Elizabeth at Harefield, Sir T. Egerton's

House, 1602. By Cunningham.
The Marriage of Wit and Science, an Interlude by Redford. By a Ballad-
The Story of Page of Plymouth, a Tragedy by Jonson and Dekker, By

Note on the recently discovered Manuscript of Henry the Sixth. By Halliwell.
On Players, etc., temp. Edward IV. By Collier.
Reprint of an unknown Pageant by Middleton. By Pearson.
Middleton's " Game at Chess," etc. By Hornby.
The Widow of William Shakespeare. By Harness.
On a passage in jfulius C

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