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I vol. 8vo] 1864.

Contains the Words only of the Cantata.

5865. Life Portraits of William Shakspeare : A History of the
various Representations of the Poet, with an examination into their
Authenticity. By J. Hain Friswell. Illustrated by Photographs of the
most authentic Portraits, and with Views., &'c. by Cundall, Downes, & Co.
London: Low. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5866. A Photographic Reproduction of Shakspeare's Will, taken by
special Permission of the Judge of the Court of Probate and Divorce ;
with Descriptive Letterpress by J. Hain Friswell. London: Low, etc.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5867. History of William Shakespeare, Player and Poet : With
New Facts and Traditions. By S. W. Fullom. . . . Second Edition.
London : Saunders, etc. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5868. The Ethics of the Shakspere Celebrations. A Letter
addressed to a Lady in Sheffield. [By D. Gordon.] Sheffield : Pawson
and Brailsford. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5869. Shakspere : A Tercentenary Sermon ; preached in The United
Presbyterian Church, Mount Pleasant, by the Rev. William Graham,
and printed at the Request of the Literary Society in connection with
the Church. Liverpool : Ferguson. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

iSnglisf) ^tafefspeariana. 305

5870. A Memorial of the Tercentenary of Shakspere, in Cam-
bridge. [By H. T. Hall.] Cambridge : Foister & Jagg.

[i vol. 8vo, N. D., about 1864.]

5871. Extracts of Entries respecting Shakespeare, his Family and
Connexions, carefully taken from the Original Parish Registers preserved
in the Church of the Holy Trinity, at Stratford-upon-Avon. By J. O.
Halliwell. London: Printed by Thomas Richards. [i vol. 4to] 1864.

" Ten copies only. Number Nine. J. O. H."

5872. A Hand-Table of Regnal Years : for the Use of Enquirers
into the History of the Shakespeares. [By J. O. Halliwell.] London:
Printed by Thomas Richards. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

" Only Fifteen Copies Printed. Only Ten Copies preserved, five having been destroyed by me,
5 Dec. 1864. Number Eight. J. O. H."

5873. An Historical Account of the New Place, Stratford-upon-
Avon, the Last Residence of Shakespeare. By James O. Halliwell.
London : Printed by J. E. Adlard. [i vol. fol.] 1864.

5874. The Shakespeare Tercentenary. Poems, written by the
successful competitors for the prizes of gold and silver watches, offered
in connection with the Shakespeare Commemorative Festival, At
Coventry, April 22, 1864. [By John Harris and Henry C. Edwards.]
. . . Taunton, Coventry. [i vol. 8vo, n.d., about 1864.]

5875. Shakspeare, Stratford, and Miss Delia Bacon. Recollections
of a Gifted Woman. 1864.

In Our Old Home, By Nathaniel Hawthorne. . . . London : Smith, Elder, and Co. [i vol.
Svo] 1864. Pp. 78-105.

5876. Shakespeare Jest-Books ; Reprints of the Early and very
Rare Jest-Books supposed to have been used by Shakespeare. Edited^
with Introduction and Notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt. . . . London : Willis
& Sotheran. [3 vols. 8vo] 1864.

Contents :
Vol. I. A Hundred Mery Talys, about 1525.

Mery Tales and Quicke Answeres, 1567.
Vol. 2. Merie Tales of Skelton, about 1 570.

Jests of Scogin, 1626.

SackfuU of Newes, 1673.

Tarl ton's Jests, 16 1 1.

Merrie Conceited Jests of George Peele.

Jacke of Dover, 1604.
Vol. 3. Merie Tales of the Mad Men of Gotham, about 1600.

XII. Mery Jests of the Wydow Edyth, 1525.

Pasquils Jests, with Mother Bunches Merriments, 1604.

The Pleasant Conceits of Old Hobson, 1607.

Certayne Conceyts and Jeasts, 1609.

Taylors Wit and Mirth, 1630.

Conceits, Clinches, Flashes, and Whimzies, 1639.

3o6 Staltfspcarc ilHnnortal Uitrarp, ISirmingfiatn.

5877. The ^ary "■ Was Hamlet Mad ?" Fully Answered in Original
and Critical Observations on Shakspeare's Hamlet, As Delivered at the
Athensum, Exeter, 26 February, 1862, to the Exeter Literary Society
(receiving " the best thanks of the Committee"); with some additional
Remarks : ... By John Hernon . . . Exeter : Printed for the Author.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5878. A Tercentenary Tribute to the Memory of the Immortal
Shakspeare. By George Hinton. . . . Leamington : D. Sarney.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1864.]

5879. William Shakespeare. By Victor Hugo. . . . Authorized
Copyright English Translation by A. Bailtot. London : Hurst and
Blackett. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5880. Shakspeare : An Oration delivered at the Soiree held on the
20th April, 1864, in celebration of the Shakspeare Tercentenary. By the

Rev. A. Hume, LL.D. On the Moral Ideals of Shakspeare. By the

Rev. H. Baar, Ph. Dr. 1864.

In Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. . . . Session 1863-64.
Liverpool. Holden. [i vol. 8vo] 1864. Vol. 4. N. S. Pp. 43-56, HQ-?^.

5881. Shakespeare and Stratford-upon-Avon, a " Chronicle of the
Time : " comprising the salient Facts and Traditions, Biographical, To-
pographical, and Historical, connected vi^ith the Poet and his Birth-place ;
together with a full Record of the Tercentenary Celebration. By Robert
E. Hunter. . . . London : Whittaker. [Printed by Billing & Co.,
Birmingham.] [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5882. Shakespere : His Birthplace, Home, and Grave. A Pil-
grimage to Stratford-on-Avon in the Autumn of 1863. By the Rev. J.
M. Jephson, B.A., F.S.A. With [fifteen] Photographic Illustrations by
Ernest Edwards, B.A. A Contribution to the Tercentenary Commemoration
of the Poet's Birth. London: Lovell Reeve h Co. [i vol. 4to] 1864.

Original Collections on Shakespeare & Stratford-on-Avon, by John Jordan, the Stratford Poet. . . .
selected by J. 0. Halliivell. . . . [i vol. ^to] 1864. See No. 4997.

5883. Mr. Phelps and the Critics of his Correspondence with the
Stratford Committee. By Charles Lamb Kenney, Esq. , . . [London :]
T. H. Lacy. [i vol. 8voJ 1864.

5884. The Life and Genius of Shakespeare. By Thomas Kenny.
. . . London : Longman. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

With a copy of the Stratford Bust, engraved by F. HoU.

5885. The Shakspere Tercentenary Year. Poems In Memoriam.

iSngltisi^ Sl^afeespeariana. 307

By John Alfred Langford. . . Stratford-upon-Avon : Leaver. Birming-
ham : E. C. Osborne. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5886. Sertum Shaksperianum subnexis aliquot aliunde excerptis
Floribus Latine Reddidit Rev. H. Latham, A.M. . . . Londini apud
Alexandrum Macmillan. [i vol. 8voj 1864.

Selections from Shakspere, with Latin translations.

5887. Shakesperean Creations By E. Goodwyn Lewis Illumi-
nated by Samuel Stanesby. London. Griffin.

[i vol. 4to, N. D., about 1864.]

With Photographs from Drawings by Lewis, of Shakespeare's Characters, FalstafF, Bardolph,
Richard III, Othello, Lear, Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Shylock, Portia, Romeo, Juliet, Ham-
let, and Ophelia.

5888. A Few Thoughts about Shakspeare. Read at a Meeting of
the Stourbridge Literary & Scientific Society, December 20, 1855. By
Lord Lyttelton. Privately Printed. London : Dalton and Lucy.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5889. Original Letters from Edmund Malone, the Editor of Shake-
speare, to John Jordan, the Poet, now first printed from the Autograph
Manuscripts preserved at Stratford-upon-Avon. Edited by J. O. Halli-
well. London: Thomas Richards. [i vol. 4to] 1864.

" Ten copies only. Number nine. J. O. H."

5890. The Correspondence of Edmond Malone, the Editor of
Shakespeare, with the Rev. James Davenport, D.D., Vicar of Stratford-
on-Avon. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. London : Thomas Richards.

[i vol. 4to] 1864.

" Ten copies only. Number nine. J. O. H."

5891. Resemblance in the Circumstances of the Early Life of the
Earl of Essex to those of Hamlet. 1864.

In Court and Society from Elizabeth to Anne. Edited from the Papers at Kimbolton by the
Duke of Manchester. London : Hurst and Blackett. [2 vols. 8vo] 1864. Vol. i, pp.

5892. Familiar Proverbial and Select Sayings from Shakspere By
John B. Marsh London : Simpkin. Manchester : Heywood.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1864.]

5893. The Shakspeare Festival ; or the Birth of the World's Poet.
An Ode. By N. Michell. . . . London : Tegg. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

Reprinted from the " New Monthly Magazine," ivith Additions.

5894. The Tercentenary ; or the Three Hundredth Birthday of
William Shakespeare. ... By Messrs. E. Moses and Son. London.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

3o8 5tafee0peare iHemorial Hilirarg, iStrmingtam.

5895. Shakspere weighed in an Even Balance. By the Rev. Alfred
Pownall, M.A. . . . London : Saunders, Otley, and Co.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5896. Ye Comic Shakespeare. [By C. H. Ross.] With Twelve
Designs by William Gray. Part I. (To be completed in Two Parts.)
London: Oliver. [i vol. 8vo, n. d., about 1864. 1

5897. Shakspeare, The Seer — The Interpreter. . . . The Address
delivered before the St. George's Society of Toronto, in the Cathedral
Church of St. James, April the 23rd, 1864, by the Rev. Dr. Scadding.
. . . Toronto: Rollo & Adam. [r vol. i6mo] 1864.

5898. On the Principal Portraits of Shakspeare. By George Scharf.
(From "Notes and Queries.") London: Spottiswoode & Co.

[i vol. duo.] 1864.

With a leaflet entitled " A Few Observations connected with the Chandos Portrait of Shak-
speare, presented to the Nationa IPoitrait Gallery by the Earl of Eilesmere, March, 1856."

5899. Shakspeare ; the Shakspearian Dramatists. 1864.

In The Student's Manual of English Literature. A History of English Literature. By Thomas
B. Shaw, M.A. . . . Edited, with Notes and Illustrations, By William Smith, LL.D.
. . . London: Murray, [i vol. 8vo] 1864. Pp. 134-75.

5900. The Seuen Ages of Man described by IVilUam Shakespeare
Depicted by Robert Smirke London L. Booth. [i vol. duo.] 1864.

Contains, in addition to the seven photographs of Smirke's pictures, photographs of the Droes-
hout Portrait of Shakespeare, and the Stratford Bust.

5901. Memorials of Shakespeare. Comprising the Poet's Will.
Reproduced in exact facsimile by Photo-lithography. A Letterpress Copy
of the same, and of the Record of the Will in the Register Book. Also,
the Indentures of Conveyance and Mortgage of Shakespeare's House in
Blackfriars, and Photographs of the Famous Droeshout and Chandos Por-
traits. With Annotations, etc. by H. Staunton. Day 5: Son, London.

[i vol. fol., N. D., about 1864.]

5902. Every Good Gift from Above : being a Sermon preached in
the Parish Church of Stratford-upon-Avon on Sunday, April 24, 1864, at
the Celebration of the Tercentenary of Shakespeare's Birth. By Richard
Chenevix Trench, D.D. Archbishop of Dublin. Second Edition. Lon-
don and Cambridge : Macmillan. [1 vol. 8vo] 1864.

5903. William Shakespeare behind the Scenes of the Globe
Theatre. From a rare M.S., fhewing how *' Ye gude Queene Elizabeth
dyd wytnefse ye fyrfte enactemente of ye playe of Hamlet ye Prynce of
Danemarke; Maftyre Shakefpeare, hys worke." Edited by Bertie Vyse.

. . . London: Nichols. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5904. Ode in Commemoration of the Shakspere Tercentenary,
April the 23rd, 1864. By James Warlow. Liverpool: Harris and Co.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5905. Shakespeare : A Tercentenary Poem. By William Whit-
more. . . . Leicester: Ward and Sons. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5906. Man's Excellency a Cause of Praise and Thankfulness to
God. A Sermon preached at Stratford-upon-Avon on Sunday, April 24,
1864. By Charles Wordsw^orth, D.C.L. Bishop of St. Andrews. Lon-
don : Smith, Elder, k Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5907. On Shakspeare's Knowledge and Use of the Bible. By Charles
Wordsworth, D.C.L. Bishop of St. Andrews. . . . London: Smith,
Elder, & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5908. Shakspeare : A Tercentenary Poem. By John Yarrow.
. . . London : A. M. Pigott. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5909. Addresses delivered at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in
aid of the People's Shakspeare Memorial Fund, December 5th, 6th, 7th,
8th, 9th, loth, 1864. London: Lacy.

[i vol. 8vo, N. D., about 1864.]

5910. Admission Tickets, Passes, Hand-bills, Posters, etc. used at
the Shakespeare Tercentenary Festival. 1864.


Tickets for Exhibition of Works of Art at the Town Hall.

Tickets and Passes tor Banquet, April 23.

Toasts at the Great Banquet, April 23.

Press Ticket, to be used April 25 and the fallowing days.

Tickets for the Performance of the "Messiah," April 25.

Tickets for the Grand Concert, April 25.

Tickets for the Performance of " Twelfth Night," April 26.

Ticket for the Morning Reading, at the Shakespeare Rooms, April 27.

Tickets for the Performance of " Hamlet," April 27.

Ticket for the Morning Concert, April 28.

Tickets for the Performance of "As You Like It," April 28.

Tickets for the Grand Fancy Dress Ball, April 29.

Programme, Grand Fancy Dress Ball, April 29.

Steward's Passes.

General Passes.

Tickets for the Fireworks.

Programme ot the Second Week's Performances.

Programme of the Grand Display of Fireworks, April 23.

Posters and Window Bill relating to the Stratford Festival.

Posters and Hand-bills of Railway Excursions to Stratford-on-Avon, Great Western Railway,

Bill respecting the " Messiah" and Concert, April 25.

Hand-bill respecting Mrs. Macready's Dramatic Recital, April 27.

Circular respecting the Performance of " Romeo and Juliet" and the "Comedy of Errors,"

April 27.
Posters relating to the Grand Pageant and Jubilee Procession, May 2 and 3.
Poster relating to the Morning Performances, May 3 and 4.
Broadsheet, " Shakspere Tercentenary Commemoration," with Portrait of Shakspere, and

Views of Stratford and the neighbourhood. Printed by James Upton, Birmingham.


3IO S^ijafefspravc ilflnnovtnl Hifivaii), iiivmingijnm.

Hand-bill relating to the Stratford Museum.

Posters, catalogues, etc. relating to the sale of Fittings at Stratford-on-Avon, May 31.
Birmingham :

Tickets for the Shakespeare Tercentenary Dinner, at Nock's Hotel, April 23.

Invitation to the Dinner at Nock's Hotel, April 23.

Bill of Fare.

Announcement of Grand Ball at the White Lion Hotel.

5911. All About Shakespeare Profusely Illustrated with Wood
Engravings by Thomas Gilks, drawn by H. Fitzcook. In commemora-
tion of the Ter-centenary. London : Henry Lea.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D,, about 1864.]

Contains engravings of the Droeshout Portrait and the Stratford Bust, Views of Stratford,
Portraits ot old Actors, Scenes from the Plays, etc.

5912. Catalogue of Pictures & Drawings exhibited at the Town
Hall, Stratford-on-Avon, at the Celebration of the Tercentenary Birth-
day of William Shakespeare. Publifhed by the Committee, Stratford-on-
Avon. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5913. England's Bards, 1864; or, the Three Poems which were
awarded the One Hundred Guineas offered as Prizes in the Advertisement
" Ho ! for a Shakespeare !" which appeared about the time of Shake-
speare's Tercentenary Anniversary. London : Day and Son.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5914. Members of the National Shakespeare Committee. [Manu-
script List.] [i vol. foL] 1864.

5915. The Moral Character of Shakespeare. 1864.

In Meliora : a Quarterly Review of Social Science. April, 1864. [i vol. Svo] 1864.

5916. The National Shakspeare Committee and the late Mr.
Thackeray. . . . London : Joseph Clayton.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1864.]

5917. Newspaper Articles and Extracts relating to the Tercente-
nary. [« vol. 4to] 1864.

5918. Periodicals relating to the Tercentenary of Shakespeare.


The Art Student. April, 1864.

Booscy's Musical & Dramatic Review. April 23, 1864.
Chambers's Journal, Shakspeare Tercentenary Number. April 23, 1864.
> Family Herald. Apiil 30, 1864.

Illustrated London News. April 30, and May 7, 1 864.

Illustrated Times, April 30, 1864.

Leisure Hour. April, 1S64.

The Shakspeare Number of the London Herald. April 23, 1864.

London Journal. April 23, 1864.

London Reader. April 16, and April 23, 1864.

Notts and Ouerics. April 23, 1S64.

Penny Illustrated Weekly News.

Punch's Tercentenary Number. April 23 j and the number for April 30, 1864.

iSnglisfj S^afefspcaiiana. 3"

5919. Preliminary Programme of the Tercentenary Festival of the
Birth of Shakespeare, to be held at Stratford-upon-Avon, commencing
On Saturday^ Jpril lyd, i^b^. Stratford-on-Avon ; E.Adams.

[l vol. 8vo] 1864.

5920. The 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 Neighbourhood of Stratford-upon-
Avon: And sundrie other matters just now of publicke interest relating
thereto. At London : Imprinted for Casselly Petter, & Galpin.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5921. Prologue and Epilogue to the Two Entertainments given in
the Lecture Hall, Tower Street, Ipswich, on Saturday, the 23rd of April,
1864, the Tercentenary of Shakspere's Birth-day: To which are ap-
pended Lines on the Planting of a Silver Cedar Tree, the same day, in
the Public Arboretum, as written and read by Mr. T. Shave Gowing.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5922. Readings and Recitations from Shakspeare : comprising Select
Scenes and Extracts from his most celebrated Plays. Glasgow :
Cameron. [i vol. duo., n. d., about 1864.]

5923. Report of the National Shakespeare Committee, read at a
Meeting, held on Monday, January 4, 1864, at the Apartments of the
Society of Arts. [i vol. fol.] 1864.

5924. The Shakespeare Gallery : a Reproduction in commemora-
tion of the Tercentenary Anniversary of the Poet's Birth. MDCCCLXIF.
London: L. Booth, etc. [i vol. 4to] 1864.

A series of Photographs from the Pictures in the Boydell Gallery.

5925. Shakspeare Memorial. S. O. Beeton.

[London. 1 vol. fol. 1864.]

Contains engravings of the various portraits of Shakespeare, Views in Stratford-upon-Avon, etc.
Scenes from Shakespeare's Plays, by John Gilbert, and others ; Portraits of the principal
Contemporaries, Actors, Artists, and Commentators of Shakespeare, etc. This copy con-
tains several coloured illustrations by Gilbert.

5926. " Shakspeare's Own Prayer Book." A Catalogue offering
for sale a copy of the Book of Common Prayer, 1596, supposed to have
belonged to Shakspeare, John Partridge, Wellington, Salop.

[i vol. 8vo., N. D., about 1864.]

With seven Photographs of the book, and portrait of the discoverer, taken by Whitlock, Bir-

312 Stafefspeare JHcmorial Utlirnri), 13trmingtnin.

5927. Shakespearian Pronunciation. 1864.

/« The North American Review. April, 1864. fi vol. 8vo] 1864. Pp. 342-69.

5928. Shakespeare Tercentenary, Stratford-upon-Avon. Catalogue
of the very numerous and valuable Fittings and Effects . . . the Elegant
Proscenium, . . . New Act-Drop, . , . Stage Machinery and Ap-
pliances . . . and 2300 new Chairs . . . supplied expressly for the late
festival. . . . The remaining copies of the Illustrated Official Handbook
(forming a Guide to the Town and Neighbourhood), etc. etc. which will
be sold by Auction, ... By Messrs. Puttick and Simpson, at the
Pavilion, Stratford upon Avon, . . . May 31st, 1864.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5929. Shakspere Tercentenary, 1864. Poems for the Prize Com-
petition offered by the Proprietors of The Belfast Weekly Northern
Whio-. . . . Belfast: Printed at the "Northern Whig" Office.

[i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5930. Shakespeare. The First Folio Edition of 1623. Reproduced
under the immediate Supervision of Howard Staunton. ... By Photo-
Lithography. [Specimen part, with Prospectus.] London : Day and
Son. [i vol. fol., N.D., about 1864.]

5931. Shakespeare's Day. A Plea for a Monument. With a
Lyric from Romeo and Juliet. . . . London : Hatton.

[i vol. duo.] 1864.

5932. The Shakspearean Tercentenary Badge, Coventry Alanufac-
ture. • Manufactured under the Patronage and by the express Sanction of
the Stratford-on-Avon and London Celebration Committees. 1864.

5933. Tercentenary Celebration of the Birth of Shakspeare, by the
New-England Historic-Genealogical Society, at Boston, Mass., April 23,
1864. Boston: Rand & Avery. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5934. Town Hall, Leeds, Shakspere Tercentenary Festival; Friday
and Saturday, April 227id and 2yd, I'ib^. Leeds: J. Swallow.

[i vol. 4to] 1864.

With a Hand-bill, addressed "to Mr. T. B. Baines" by "A Member of the Committee."

5935. Victor Hugo on Shakespeare. 1864.

In Temple Bar. July, 1864. [i vol. 8vo] 1864.

5936. Shakespeare Autographs. [By Toulmin Smith.] Re-printed
fro7n the Birmingharn 'Journal^ December 17, 1 864, March 4, 1865, and

Nov. 25, 1865. [i vol. 4to] 1864-5

iHnflltsfj ^^aitcspcnrtana. 313

5937. Shakspere in Germany. By Alexander Ramsay. By Per-
mission, from the Revised Edition of the " Pictorial Shakspere," by
Charles Knight, 1864-1866. [i vol. 8vo] 1864-6.

5938. Shakespeariana. Scraps, Newspaper cuttings, etc. Tercen-
tenary Festival, 1864. Shakespeare Library, Birmingham. Portraits,
Literature, Miscellanea, Autographs, (Alleged.) Collected by George
J abet. [i vol. 4to] 1864-68.

" This volume of extracts and illustrations of Shakespeare was collected by Mr. George Jabet
(' Eden Warwick' in literature) who was one of the original founders of the Shakespeare
Memorial Library, Birmingham, and also one of the Honorary Secretaries for several
years. The Volume was given to the Shakespeare Memorial Library by his sister Harriet
Jabet on 7th October 1873, as the last memorial of her brother's interest in this monument
to Shakespeare's Genius which he had so greatly helped during the previous ten years. S. T."

5939. Shakespeare's Editors and Commentators. By the Rev. W.
R. Arrowsmith . . . London : J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5940. Wax Figures vs. Shakspeare. Edwin Forrest as Othello.


In Artemus Ward His Book. [By Charles F. Browne.] With Notes and a Preface by the
Editor of the Biglow Papers. . . . London: Hotten. [i vol. 8vo, n. d. , about 1865.]
Pp. 63-5, 8+-8.

5941. Shakespeare : Adapted for Reading Classes, and for the Family
Circle. By Thomas Bulfinch, . . . and Rev. S. G. Bulfinch. Boston :
Tilton. [i vol. duo.] 1865.

5942. King John of England : A History and Vindication, based
on the Original Authorities. By William Chadwick. . . . London :
J. R. Smith. [I vol. 8vo] 1865.

5943. Shakespeare in Germany in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth
Centuries : an Account of English Actors in Germany and the Nether-
lands and of the Plays performed by them during the same Period. By
Albert Cohn. With Two Plates of Facsimiles. London: Asher.

[i vol. 4to] 1865.

5944. Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
New Edition. London: Murray. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

Contains references to Shakespeare.

5945. A Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books
in the English Language, alphabetically arranged, which, during the last
Fifty Years, have come under the Observation of J. Payne Collier.
London: Lilly. [2 vols. 8 vo] 1865.

Contains references to Shikespeare.

3 '4 Sta^fepspeare iHnnorlal Elfirarj), IJinningljam.

5946. The Tercentenary : a Retrospect. By James Cox, Jun.,
Mayor of Stratford-on-Avon. London: Cassell, etc.

[i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5947. The Beauties of Shakspeare. [By Dodd.] London : Moxon.

[i vol. sm. 8vo] 1865.

For other Editions, see p. 186.

5948. Shaksperean Gems, newly Collected and Arranged, with a
Life of William Shakspere ; embracing the most recent Discoveries. By
Robert Lamplugh Gibson. . . . Halifax : Nicholson.

[i vol. sm. 8vo] 1865.

With Portrait, apparently from the Chandos picture.

5949. Shaksperean Statistics, by H. T. Hall. . . . Cambridge:
Wallis. [I vol. 8vo] 1865.

A Chronology of the Life and Works of Shakspere.

Another Edition.
New and Enlarged Edition. Cambridge : Wallis. [i vol. 8vo] 1874.

5950. Shakspere His Inner Life as intimated in his Works By
John A. Heraud . . . London Maxwell. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

With an Engraving by Adlard, " From the Colossal Tercentenary Bust of Shakspere. By Charles
Bacon, Esq."

Remarks on the Sonnets of Shakespeare; with the Sonnets. . . . {By Hitchcock. I "vol. large duo.]
1865. See No. 4365.

5951. The Shakspere Treasury of Subject Quotations, synony-
mously indexed. By William Hoe. London : Lockwood & Co.

[i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5952. 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 & Co. [i vol. duo.] 1865.

5953. Scenes from the Winter's Tale London. Day and Son.

[i vol. 4to, N. D., about 1865.]

Illuminators Owen Jones, and Henry Warren. On Stone by A. Warren.

5954. Original Memoirs and Historical Accounts of the Families
of Shakespeare and Hart, deduced from an early Period, and continued
down to this present Year 1790. By John Jordan, of Stratford-upon-
Avon. With Drawings of their Dwelling Houses, and Coats of Arms.

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