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Now first printed, a.d. 1865. London: Richards.

[i vol. 4to] 1865.

" Ten Copies only. Number Four. J. O. H." For the Original Manuscript, see No, 5031.


iHnQlisij Bfjafersprannna. 315

5955. Notices illustrative of the Drama, and other popular Amuse-
ments, chiefly in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, incidentally
illustrating Shakespeare and his Cotemporaries ; extracted from the
Chamberlains' Accounts and other Manuscripts of the Borough of Lei-
cester. With an Introduction and Notes by William Kelly. London :
J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5956. Shakspeare for Schools ; being Passages from his Works to
be committed to Memory. ... By Lenny. Second Edition. London :
Relfe Brothers. [i vol. duo.] 1865.

For earlier Edition, see p. 268.

5957. On the Birth-day of Shakspeare. 1865.

/« Wild Rose Buds. Poems by Clara Loud. . . . Canterbury: R. Austen, [i vol. Svo]

1865. Pp. 76-7.
Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys. [4 -vols. Si/a] 1 86 5. See No. 484 1.

5958. England as seen by Foreigners in the Days of Elizabeth and
James the First. Comprising Translations of the Journals of the two
Dukes of Wirtemberg in 1592 and 1610 5 both illustrative of Shakespeare.
With Extracts from the Travels of Foreign Princes and others, copious
Notes, an Introduction, and Etchings. By William Brenchley Rye.
. . . London: J. R. Smith. [i vol. 410] 1865.

5959. Shakespeare's Medical Knowledge. By Charles W. Stearns,
M.D. New York: Appleton and Co. [i vol. duo.] 1865.

5960. Shakspeariana from 1564 to 1864. An Account of the Shak-
spearian Literature of England, Germany and France during Three Cen-
turies, with Bibliographical Introductions by Franz Thimm. London,
Franz Thimm. [1 vol. 8vo] 1865.

Another Edition.
Second Edition. Containing the Literature trom 1864 to 1 87 1. London, Franz Thimm.
[l vol. Svo] 1872.

5961. Three Notelets on Shakespeare. I. Shakespeare in Germany.
II. The Folk-Lore of Shakespeare. III. Was Shakespeare ever a Soldier ?
By William J. Thoms, F.S.A. London : J. R. Smith.

[i vol. Svo] 1865.

" On this subject of Shakspeare in Germany, Mr. W. J. Thoms has reprinted a pjper read
some years ago before the Society of Antiquaries ; together with two other ' Notelets ' on the

Poet 'The Folk-Lore of Shakspeare' from the Athcnauni, and 'Was Shakspeare a

Soldier?' from Notes and Queries. Not the least of Mr. Thoms's many services to English
literature is the invention of that admirable word /o/k-Iore, which appeared for the first time in
these columns only a few years ago, and has already become a domestic term in every corner of
the world. His illustration of Shakspeare's knowledge of this little world of fairy dreams and
legends is a perfect bit of criticism. He answers the query as to Shakspeare having seen
martial service in the affirmative; and therein we think his argument sound, his conclusion
right. These 'Notelets' were well worthy of being collected into a book." — AtkcnA-um, 31
Dec, 1864.

3i6 Sfjafefspcare ifEcmorial Hiftrarp, 13inntngf)atn.

5962. The England of Shakspeare : and The Greenwood of Shak-
speare. By Nicholas Waterhome. 1865.

In Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire . . . Session 1864-5. Liver-
pool : Holden. [i vol. 8vo] 1865. Vol. 5. N.S. pp. 23-72.

5963. Stray Notes on the Text of Shakespeare, by Henry Wellesley,
D.D. . . . London: Murray. [i vol. 4to] 1865.

5964. William Shakespeare. By His Eminence Cardinal Wiseman.
London : Hurst and Blackett. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5965. ■ Selections from Shakspeare, with Latin Translations. 1865.

In Arundines Cami sive Musarum Cantabrigiensium lusus Canori Collegit atque edidit Henricus

Drury, A.M Editio Sexta, Curavit Henricus Johannes Hodgson, A.M. . . . Canta-

brigias : Typis Academicis Excusus. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5966. Shakespeare Anniversary, 24th April, 1865. Hen and Chickens
Hotel, Birmingham. Birmingham : Allen. [i vol. 8vo] 1865.

5967. New Readings in Shakspere ; or, proposed Emendations of
the Text. By Robert Cartwright, M.D. London : J. R. Smith.

[i vol. 8vo] 1866.

5968. Twenty Etchings by George Cruikshank illustrating the Life
of Sir John Falstaft' as drawn by William Shakspeare. London : Long-
man, [i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1866.]

Originally published in 1858, with a Life of the Knight by R. B. Brough. This re-issue consists
of the plates only,

5969. A Hand-Book Index to the Works of Shakespeare, including
References to the Phrases, Manners, Customs, Proverbs, Songs, Particles,
&c., which are used or alluded to by the great Dramatist. By J. O. Hal-
liwell, Esq., F.R.S. London : J. E. Adlard. [i vol. 8vo] 1866.

" Fifty Copies only. Number Thirty-Five. J. O. H."

5970. Shakspere's Shrine, An Indian Story, Essays, and Poems. By
John Harris, Cornish Poet .... London : Hamilton, Adams, and Co.

[i vol. 8vo] 1866.

" This -volume contains the Ode ivb'ich ivon the First Prize at the Tercentenary of Shakspere, April,
1864. Adjudicators : the Right Honourable Lord Lyttelton, George Daivson, Esq., M.A., James
Bray, Esq."

5971. A Descriptive Catalogue of a Collection of Shakspeariana ;
consisting of Manuscripts, Books and Relics, Illustrative of the Life and
Writings of Shakespeare, in the Library of William Harrison, Esq.,
of Galligreaves Hall, near Blackburn, and Samlesbury Hall, near Preston,
Lancashire. London: Richards. [i vol. 4to] 1866.

" Privately Printed. — Fifty Copies only."

iSnglisi) ^fjnfeespeanana. 317

5972. Shakspere's Dogs. 1866.

In Researches into the History of the British Dog, From Ancient Laws, Charters, and Historical
Records ... By George R. Jesse . . . With Engravings designed and etched by the Author.
London : Hardwicke. [2 vols. 8vo] 1866. Vol. 2, pp. 266-80.

5973. Shakspeare's Delineations of Insanity, Imbecility, and Suicide.
By A. O. Kellogg, M.D. . . . New York : Hurd and Houghton.

[I vol. 8vo] 1866.

5974. Catalogue of a Collection of Printed Broadsides in the Posses-
sion of The Society of Antiquaries of London Compiled by Robert Lemon,
Esq., F.S.A. Published by the Society of Antiquaries of London.

[I vol. 8vo] 1866.

5975. Shakspeare's Sonnets never before interpreted : his private
Friends identified : together with A Recovered Likeness of Himself. By
Gerald Massey. . . . London: Longman. [i vol. 8vo] 1866.

Another Edition.
Second and Enlarged Edition. . . . For Subscribers only. [l vol. 8vo] 1 8 72.

5976. The Beauties of Shakspere, selected and arranged by John
Redfern . . . Hanley : Keates and Ford. [i vol. sq. duo.] 1866.

5977. Shakespeare. 1864. His Prayse. — 1664. [1866.]

In Religio Animae, and other Poems ; by Alfred B. Richards . . . London : Edward Moxon
Sc Co. [i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1866.] Pp. 27-41.

5978. Memoirs of the Life of William Shakespeare, with an Essay
toward the expression of his Genius, and an Account of the Rise and
Progress of the English Drama. By Richard Grant White. Boston :
Little, Brown, and Company. [i vol. 8vo] 1866.

" One Hundred copies printed. No. 80."

Has the Felton Portrait, R. Burbage, Pinxt. 1597.
Choice of Emblemes . . . by JVbitney . . . Edited by Henry Green . . . [l 'vol. i^to'] 1866. See
No. 4677.

5979. Biography of William Shakspeare. 1866.

In Chambers's Encyclopaedia A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, Vol. 8. . . .
London W. and R. Chambers [i vol. Svo] 1866. Pp. 651-4.

5980. Notes of Studies on The Tempest Minutes of the Shakspere
Society of Philadelphia for 1864-65 Privately printed for the Society.

[i vol. 4to] 1866.

" Sixty Copies privately printed for the Shakspere Society. No. 4. Horace Howard Furness,

Contains a Bibliography of the Tempest.

5981. Shakespeare's Boys. [1866.]

In Letters by an Odd Boy. With Rhymes by Ditto. London : S. O. Beeton [i vol. duo., n.d.,

about 1866.] Pp. 105-13.

Contains .ilso references to Shakespeare in the articles entitled " Singing Songs," (pp. 204-

10.) and "Julius Caesar", (pp. 173-8.)
Sbjkcfpeare's Jcji Book. y4 Hundred Mcry Talys, . . . Edited . . . by OesterUy. [l vol. Svo]

1866. See No. 4619.

3i8 Sfjafefsprare JHcmcirial Eifivaii), it3irmtngljnm.

5982. Shakspeare's Mental Photographs . . . New York : Hurd
and Houghton. [i vol. 8vo] 1866.

A game of ten questions, to each of which there are twenty answers, from Shakespeare.

5983. A Treasury of Thought from Shakespeare The Choice Sayings of
his Principal Characters Analytically and Alphabetically Arranged London
Charles Griffin and Company. [i vol. 8vo] 1866.

5984. A Manual of English Literature Historical and Critical : with
an Appendix on English Metres. By Thomas Arnold, M.A. Second
Edition^ Revised and Enlarged London: Longman. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

Contains references to Shakespeare.

5985. Essay upon the ^Esthetics of Hegel. Translated from the
French of Benard by J. A. Martling. — A Thought on Shakespeare. By
Anna C. Brackett. 1867.

In The Journal of Speculative Philosophy. Vol. I. St. Louis, Mo. [U. S.] [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

5986. The Mad Folk of Shakespeare. Psychological Essays. By John
Charles Bucknill, M.D. . . . Second Edition, Revised. London and
Cambridge: Macmillan. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

For earlier Edition see No. 5740.

5987. The Influence exerted on the Writings of Shakspere by his
knowledge of the English Bible. An Essay, read on the Evening of 24th
January, 1867, And Published by Special Request. By Archibald Ferguson.
Liverpool : Ferguson. [i vol. duo.] 1867.

5988. Shakspere : Some Notes on his Character and Writings. By
a Student. [E. Forsyth.] . . . Edinburgh : Edmonston and Douglas.

[i vol. 8vo] 1867.

5989. A Hand-List of a Curious and Interesting Collection of Early
Editions of the Works of Shakespeare, mostly printed before the appear-
ance of the first Folio Edition of 1623. [By J. O. Halliwell.] West
Brompton ; For Private Circulation only. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

5990. A List of Works illustrative of the Life and Writings of Shake-
speare, the History of Stratford on- A von, and the Rise and Progress of
the Early English Drama, printed for very limited and private Circulation
at the Expense of J. O. Halliwell, 1850-1866. London :

[i vol. 8vo] 1867.

5991. Guesses at Truth by Two Brothers [Augustus William and
Julius Charles Hare.] . . . London : Macmillan and Co.

[i vol. 8vo] 1867.

Contains references to Shakespeare.

iSnglist .Sfjakespfariana. 319

5992. Hand-Book to the Popular, Poetical, and Dramatic Literature
of Great Britain, From the Invention of Printing to the Restoration. By
W. Carew Hazlitt . . . London : John Russell Smith, [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

Contains a Bibliographical Account of the Editions of the Works of Shakespeare, previous to the

5993. The Authorship of Shakespeare. By Nathaniel Holmes. . . .
Second Edition. New York : Hurd and Houghton. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

Another Edition.
Third Edition. New York: Hurd and Houghton, [i vol. 8vo] 1875.
A MS. copy of a letter from Nathaniel Holmes to W. H. Smith, relating to this subject, is
bound in the copy of the tract entitled "Bacon and Shakespeare" by W". H. Smith, 1857.
See No. 5721.

5994. A Few Stray Thoughts upon Shakespeare. By Thomas
Howell. London : Thomas Bosworth. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

5995. Golden Leaves from Shakspeare. 1867.

In Golden Leaves from the British and American Dramatic Poets. Collected and Arranged
by John W. S. Hows. New York : Huntington and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1867. Pp. 20-74.

5996. The Still Lion. An Essay towards the Restoration of Shake-
speare's Text. By C. M. Ingleby, LL.D. ... [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

One of six copies for presentation. With MS. Notes.

Another Edition.
" Shakespeare Hermeneutics.'''' . . . London : Tvnhntr:. Printed by Jos'iah Allen oj" Birmingham.
[i vol. 4to] 1875.

5997. The Shakespeare-Expositor : an Aid to the perfect under-
standing of Shakespeare's Plays. By Thomas Keightley, Editor of the
* Plays and Poems of Shakespeare.' London : J. Russell Smith.

[i vol. 8vo] 1867.

5998. William Shakspeare. 1867.

In A Handbook of English Literature. ... By William George Larkins. . . . London :
Routledge. [2 vols, 8vo] 1867. Vol.2, pp. 145-7. Vol. 1 contains (p. 45) a notice of
Shakespeare's Poems and Sonnets.

5999. A Treatise on the Identity of Heme's Oak, showing the
Maiden Tree to have been the real one. [Mentioned by Shakespeare in
his Merry TVives of Windsor^ By W. Perry, Wood Carver to the Queen.
. . . London: L. Booth. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

This copy is bound in carved oaken boards, from the tree in question. A prospectus, concern-
ing the Bust ot Shakespeare carved by W, Perry, is inserted in the volume.

6000. Shakspere : The Mad Characters in his Works, [1867.]

/n Studies : Biographical and Literary. By George Ross, M.D. London: Simpkin, Marshall,
& Co. [i vol. 8vo, N. D., about 1867.] Pp. 7-62.

Contains also a " Prolusion. A Scene in Hades. Shakspere and Raleigh.''^ Pp. 1-6.

6001. Quotations from Shakespeare. A Collection of Passages from

320 Sfjakespcare iHcmocial ILifirarg, 13iimingf)am.

the Works of William Shakespeare. Selected and Arranged by Edmund
Routledge. . . . London: Routledge, [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

riie Countesi of Pembroke's Arcc2dia. . . . By Sir PhUlp Sidney. . . . With Notes . . . by Haiti
Frisiuell. [i -vol. Sw] 1867. See No. 4686.

6002. Articles on Shakspere. From the Binnmghatn Daily Gazette.


extents :

Shakspere as seen by his Contemporaries. By J. A. Langford.

Letter from Mr. J. O. Hailiwell.

A Shakspere to the Rescue ! or the Modern Prometheus. By C. M. Ingleby.

The Tongue of Shakspere. By C. M. Ingleby.

Shakspere on Plays, Playing, and Players. By J. A. Langford.

Shakspere as a Country Gentleman. By Samuel Neil.

6003. A Catalogue of Relics of Shakspeare, . . . Which will be Sold
by Auction, by William Hutchings, on Monday Next, Aug. I2th, 1867.
on the Pre?nises of Mr. John Jafnes {a bankrupt), No. 23, High-street,
Stratford-on-Avon. [Edward Adams, Printer, Stratford-upon-Avon.]

[i vol. 8vo] 1867.

6004. Gleanings From the Comedies of Shakespeare. . . . Edinburgh :
Nimmo. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1867.]

6005. Selections from Shakespeare, with Greek and Latin Transla-
tions. 1867.

In Sabrinae Corolla in hortulis Regiae Scholae Salopiensls contexuerunt tres viri Floribus Le-
gendis. . . . Editio Tertia. London: Bell and Daldy. [i vol. 8vo] 1867.

6006. Shakespeare Illustrated by Old Authors By William Lowes
Rushton. . . . London: Longman. [2 vols, duo.] 1867-8.

6007. Stratford-upon-Avon and Shakespeare ; his Fame, Past and
Prospective. 1868.

In Walks in the Black Country and its Green Border-Land. By Elihu Burritt. London : Low.
[l vol. 8vo] 1868. Pp. 439-48.

Contains also (p. 83) a brief notice of the Shakespeare Memorial Library, Birmingham.

6008. Shakespearean Gems: in French and English Settings. From
the Plays of the Bard of Avon ; arranged for the use of Schools and
Students. Joyaux de Shakespeare : tires des Pieces du Barde de I'Avon ;
avec la Traduction Fran^aise en Regard, a I'Usage des Ecoles et des
Etudiants. Par le Chevalier de Chatelain. . . . Londres : Guillaume
Xegg. [i vol. 8vo] 1868.

6009. Notre Monument, par Le Chevalier de Chatelain. . . .
Documents Dedies aux futurs vivants du 23 Avril, 1964, pour servir a la
lamentable histoire de feu le Shakespeare National (?) Committee, du
23 Avril, 1864; et un peu aussi a I'histoire de I'Auteur. . . . Printed for
Private Circulation. London. [i vol. 8vo] 1868.

ISngltsf) ^fjafefspcamna. 321

6010. Portia and other Stories of the Early Days of Shakespeare's
Heroines By Mary Cowden Clarke. . . . New York Putnam.

[I vol. 8vo] 1868.

6011. The Original Story of Romeo and Juliet by Luigi Da Porto.
From which Shakespeare evidently drew the Subject of his Drama. Being
the Italian Text of 1530, and an English Translation, together with a
Critical Preface, Historical and Bibliographical Notes and Illustrations.
By G. Pace-Sanfelice. . . . Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, and Co.

[i vol. 8vo] li

Dedicated to Robert Galloway, Esq. Has four Photographs.

Another Edition.

6012. The same. Cambridge : Deighton, Bell, and Co.

[i vol. 8vo] li

Differs from the preceding, being dedicated to the Rev. Hesketh Hanson, M.A., and has no

6013. The Life of David Garrick ; from Original Family Papers,
and numerous Published and Unpublished Sources. By Percy Fitzgerald.
. . . London: Tinsley. [2 vols. 8vo] 1868.

Contains notices of Garrick's alterations of Shakespeare's Plays, his representations of Shake-
spearian Characters, etc.

6014. Shakespeare's Supreme Truthfulness. 1868.

In Short Studies on Great Subjects. By James Anthony Froude. . . . London : Longman,
[i vol. 8voJ 1868. Pp. 19-21.

6015. Human Life in Shakespeare. By Henry Giles. . . . Boston
[U.S.] : Lee and Shepard. [i vol. 8vo] 1868.

6016. A Catalogue of a Small Portion of the Engravings and Draw-
ings illustrative of the Life of Shakespeare, preserved in the Collection
formed by J. O. Halliwell, Jt No. 11, Tregunter Road^ London. Printed
for Private Reference. [i vol. 4to] 1868.

" For Presents onlyT

6017. Selected Notes upon Shakespeare's Tragedy of Antony and
Cleopatra. By J. O. Halliwell. London : Printed for the Author.

[i vol. 4to] 1868.

" Fifty Copies printed by Whittingham and Wilkins."

6018. Selected Notes upon Shakespeare's Comedy of The Tempest.
By J. O. Halliwell. London : Printed for the Author.

[i vol. 4to] 1868.

" Fifty Copies printed by Whittingham and Wilkins."

6019. A Catalogue of the Books, Manuscripts, Works of Art, Anti-
quities, and Relics, illustrative of the Life and Works of Shakespeare, and

322 S)f)afep0peare ilHnnortal iLifirnrg, ISirmintj^am.

of the History of Stratford-upon-Avon ; which are preserved in the Shake-
speare Library and Museum in Henley Street. [By Clarence Hopper.]
London: Printed for the Shakespeare Fund. [r vol. 8vo] 1868.

6020. On Some Traces of the Authorship of the Works attributed
to Shakespeare. By C. M. Ingleby. [^Reprinted from the Transactions of
the Royal Society of Literature^ Vol. 9, New Series. i vol. 8vo] 1868.

6021. Was Thomas Lodge an Actor ? An Exposition touching
the Social Status of the Playwright in the time of Queen Elizabeth. By
C. M. Ingleby. . . . London: Printed for the Author by Barrett and
Sons. [i vol. 4to] 1868.

Includes a Discussion on Siiakespeare's Sonnets.

6022. The Dramatic Writers of Scotland. By Ralston Inglis.
Glasgow: Mackellar. [i vol. duo.] 1868.

6023. A Dictionary of the Language of Shakspeare. By Swynfen
Jervis. London: J. R. Smith. [i vol. 4to] 1868.

6024. Juliet's Tomb in Verona. 1868.

In Miscellaneous Prose Works. By Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton. London : Bentley. [3
vols. 8vo] 1868. Vol. 2, pp. 243-6. There are, also, references to Shakespeare in an article
" On some Authors in whose Writings Knowledge of the World is eminently displayed."
Vol. 3, pp. 428-31.

Diary of John Manningham. . . . Edited . . . by Bruce. [l -vol. 4/0] 1868. See No. 4734.

6025. Count Lucanor : Or, the Fifty Pleafant Stories of Patronio,
Written by the Prince Don Juan Manuel, a.d. 1335-1347. Firft done
into Englifh from the Spanifh, by James York, Doctor of Medicine,
mdccclxviii. Bafil Montagu Pickerings Piccadilly., in the City of JVefi-
minjler. [i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1868.]

"See at p. 200 the original source from whence the leading incident in the Taming of a
Shrew, and the idea of the character of Petruchio were derived. The story was printed in the
original Spanish in 1575 ; it is quite pofsible Shakespeare may have seen the book or heard
it spoken of and quoteJ." MS. Note by J. W. C\ole\.

The story is contained in Chapter XLIV. ^^ Of -what happened to a young Man on his
Wedding Day." Pp. 200-6.

6026. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Shakespeare's Sonnets.
By Richard Simpson. London: Triibner. [i vol. 8vo] 1868.

6027. What Shakespeare has said about Woman. 1868.

In What Men have said about Woman. A Collection of Choice Thoughts and Sentences.
Compiled and Analytically Arranged by Henry Southgate. . . . London: Routledge. [i vol.
Svo] 1868.

6028. Desecration of the Churchyard in which sleeps the Immortal
Shakespeare. {Extracted frorn the ** Lea?nington Spa Courier" of May 30,
1868.) [i vol. duo.] 1868.

iSngltsf) ^ijafersprnriann. 323

6029. Remarks on Shakespeare, his Birth-place, etc. Suggested
by a Visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, in the Autumn of 1 868. By C. Roach
Smith. . . . London : Privately Printed ; and not Published.

[I vol. 8vo] 1868-9.

6030. The Roxburghe Library. Edited by W. C. Hazlitt. [4to]


Paris and Uienne. 1485.

Inedited Tracts : illustrating the Manners, Opinions, and Occupations of Englishmen during

the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.
The whole Works of William Browne. 2 vols.

The English Drama and Stage under the ludor and Stuart Princes, 1543 — 1664.
The Complete Poems of George Gascoigne. 2 vols.
The Poems of Thomas Carew.

6031. Mr. Ashbee's Occasional Fac-simile Reprints. [4to]


No. I. Bartholomew Faire. 1641.

2. Archy's Dream. 1641.

3. The Stage-Players Complaint. 1641.

4. The Actors Remonstrance. 1643.

5. The Wyse Chylde of thre yere olde.

6. The Prophesie of Mother Shipton. 1641.

7. The Assyse of Breade.

8. Wandering, to see the Wonders of the West, by John Taylor. 1649.

9. An Ordinance for the Suppression of Stage Playes. 1647.

10. Edward Webbe's Travels. 1590.

11. The Carriers' Cosmographie, by John Taylor. 1637.

12. The Debate and Stryfe betwene Somer and Wynter.

13. The Merry Conceited Humors of Bottom the Weaver. 1661.

14. A Treatyse of this Galaunt with the Maryage of the Bosse of Byllyngesgate.

15. A New Play called Canterburie his Change of Diot. 1641.

16. A Certain Relation of the Hog-faced Gentlewoman. 1640.

17. Drinke and Welcome, by John Taylor. 1637.

18. Prophesies by Lady Eleanor Audeley. 1649.

19. The Generous Usurer. 1641.

20. The Primrose of London. 1585.

21. Mad Fashions, Od Fashions, by John Taylor. 1642.

22. The Poet's Blind Man's Bough. 1641.

23. A Threefold Discourse. 1642.

24. Heads of all Fashions, by John Taylor. 1642.

25. The English Mountebank. 1652.

26. To-day a man, To-morrow none. 1644.

27. The Seaman's Triumph. 1592.

28. The last Will and Testament of Charing Crosse. 1646,

29. Crete Wonders Foretold. 1647.

30. Historia Histrionica. 1699.

Tie impression of each of these Reprints has been strictly limited to One Hundred copies^

6032. A Shakespearian Grammar. An Attempt to Illustrate some of the
Differences between Elizabethan and Modern English. For the Use of
Schools. By E. A. Abbott . . . London : Macmillan.

[i vol. 8vo] 1869.

6033. The same. Second Edition. London : Macmillan.

[i vol. 8vo] 1869.

Another Edition.
Revised and Enlarged Edition, London : Macmillan. [i vol. Svo] 1870.

324 ^iin^cspeare iHemorial Uifiratfi, ISirmtnotam.

6034. Twenty-five Old Ballads and Songs : from manufcripts in the
Possession of J. Payne Collier, Octogen. A Birthday Gift. London :
Printed for Presents only. [i vol. 4to] 1869.

Twenty-five copies printed.

6035. The English of Shakespeare ; Illustrated in A Philological
Commentary on his Julius Caesar. By Crailc. . . . Edited ... by W.
J. Rolfe. . . . Boston: Ginn. [i vol. 8vo] 1869.

For other Editions, see p. 2

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