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Contains notices of Kean's representations of Shakespearian characters.

6041. The Rules of Rhyme: a Guide to English Versification.
With a compendious Dictionary of Rhymes, an Examination of Classical
Measures, and Comments upon Burlesque, Comic Verse, and Song-
Writing. By Tom Hood. . . . London : Hogg & Son.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1869.]

Contains references to Shakespeare.

ISttfllist 5)!)afee!Eippariana. 325

6042. Shakspeare's Birthday. [1869.]

In A Tale for a Chimney Corner, and other Essays. By Leigh Hunt. . . . Edited (with Intro-
duction and Notes) by Edmund Oilier. London: J. C. Hotten. [i vol. 8vo, n. d., about
1869.] Pp. 238-41.

6043. Tales from Shakspeare : ... By Lamb. With Illustrations
by John Gilbert. London: Routledge. [i vol. 8vo] 1869.

For other Editions, see pp. 221-2.

6044. Sir John Falstaff in Selected Scenes from Shakspeare's Henry
the Fourth. Parts I. and II. Readings in Costume by Mr. Mark Lemon,
Printed by Bradbury, Evans, and Co. London. [i vol. 8vo] 1869.

Another Edition.
The Story of FalstafF. London : Allen & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1871.

6045. Some Remarks on the Play of Hamlet, By R. E. LofFt.
Printed for Private Circulation. Bury St. Edmund's : Jackson.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1869.]

Castehines y Monteses. . . . By Frey Lope Felix de Vega Carpio. Translated by Cosens. [l t/ol.
4.10] 1869. See No. 3140.

6046. From Shakspeare. Sonnet XIX. [In Latin.] 1869.

In Under the Peak ; or, Jottings in Verse. ... By William T. Mercer. , . . London : J. C.
Hotten. [i vol. 8vo] 1869. P. 257.

6047. A Biography of Shakespeare j written for The Worthies of
Warwickshire.^ by Samuel Neil. . . . Warwick : Cooke and Son.

[i vol. 4to] 1869.

" Of this Production only thirty copies have been printed separately. Saml. Neil."

6048. The Shakspearian Diary & Almanack. A Daily Chronicle
of Events with Appropriate Quotations from the Poet's Works. [By G.
S. Nottidge.] London Stereoscopic & Photographic Co.

[i vol. 8vo, N. D., about 1869.]

6049. Passages from Shakespeare. With Greek Translations.


In Greek Verse Composition, For the use of Public Schools and Private Students. Being a
revised Edition of the Greek Verses of Shrewsbury School. By George Preston. . . . Cam-
bridge : Deighton, Bell, and Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1869.

6050. Shakespeare's Testamentary Language By William Lowes
Rushton. . . . London Longman. [i vol. duo.] 1869.

6051. The Psychology of Macbeth, a Lecture delivered to the
Psychological Society of Glasgow, On Tuesday Evening, May 4th, 1869.
By George Sexton. . . . Glasgow: Lindsay.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1869.]


326 Stafeestpeaw iMemorial Uifitati?, i3tcmingi)am.

6052. The Shakspeare Treasury of Wisdom and Knowledge. By
C. W. Stearns, M.D. . . . New York : Putnam & Son.

[i vol. duo.] 1869.

Another Edition.

6053. The Same. London : Low. [i vol. duo.] 1869.

6054. The Bubble Ghost and his Son, A Christmas Fable, by A.
Teetgen, 67 Bishopsgate Street Within. An Adaptation from Shake-
speare. . . . Christmas, 1869. [i vol. duo.] 1869.

6055. Catalogue of a Collection of Works on Pageantry bequeathed
to the Society of Antiquaries of London by the late Frederick William
Fairholt. [By C. Knight Watson.] London : Printed for the Society.

[i vol. 8vo] 1869.

6056. The Autograph of William Shakespeare, with Fac Similes of
his Signature as appended to various Legal Documents; together with
4000 Ways of Spelling the Name according to English Orthography. By
George Wise. Philadelphia: Abel. [i vol. 4to] 1869.

6057. Catalogue of a Valuable Assemblage of Old Pictures, . . .
including ... the Felton Portrait of Shakespeare: Which will be Sold
by Auction, by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods, . . . May 29, 1869.

[London, i vol. 8vo] 1869.

6058. Crosby Hall The Ancient City Palace and Great Banquet-
ing Hall Its History & Restoration. [London :] Marchant Singer & Co.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1869.]

*' Crosby Hall occupies a conspicuous position in the drama of Richard the Third, and it is
evident that the Poet had ample opportunities for studying the building itself; — probably the
play was written in the immediate vicinity of the building." Pp. 4-5.

6059. The Great Shakspearian Jubilee of 1769. 1869.

In The Broadway. A London Magazine. Dec. [i vol. 8vo] 1869. Pp. 317-20.

6060. A Hand-Book of Reference and Rotation. Mottoes h Apho-
risms from Shakspeare : Arranged Alphabetically ; with a copious Index
of Words and Ideas. . . . London : Hogg & Son.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1869.]

6061. Modern Corruptions of Shakespeare's Text. A Letter to a
Friend on the Subject of " Cassell's Illustrated Shakespeare." [Second
Edition.] London: Printed for Private Circulation, [i vol. duo.] 1869.

6062. On Early English Pro;iunciation, with especial Reference to
Shakspere and Chaucer, containing an Investigation of the Correspondence

ifinglisi^ St)afeespcatiana. -y-'4 7 rv^W' 327

of Writing with Speech in England from the AnglosaxorTP^nrioH to the
present Day, preceded by a systematic Notation of all spoken Sounds by
means of the ordinary Printing Types. Including a Re-arrangement of
Prof. F. J. Child's Memoirs on the Language of Chaucer and Gower, and
Reprints of the Rare Tracts by Salesbury on English, 1547, and Welch,
1567, and by Barclay on French, 1521. By Alexander J. Ellis, F.R.S.
. . . London: Early English Text Society. [i vol. 8vo] 1869-74.

6063. The Shakespeare Almanack . . . Containing a Life of Shake-
speare and a History of his Plays With A flotation from his JVorks for
Every Day in the Year. London : Kent & Co. [7 vols. 8vo] 1869-75.

6064. A Shakespearian Grammar. . . . By Abbott. . . . Revised
and Enlarged Edition. London: Macmillan. [i vol. 8vo] 1870.

For other Editions, see p. 323.

6065. List of Editions of Shakespeare's Works, and Shakspeariana.


From A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors Living
and Deceased From the Earliest Accounts to the latter half of the Nineteenth Century. . . .
By S. Austin Allibone. . . . Philadelphia J. B. Lippincott & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1870.
Vol. 2, pp. 2006-54.

6066. King Lear ; or, the Undutiful Children. A Tale in Twelve
Chapters, [^y Susanna Beever.] . . . London: Bull, Simmons & Co.

[i vol. i6mo] 1870.

6067. A Book of Reference to Remarkable Passages in Shakespeare.
With a separate Index to each Play. By Susanna Beever. . . . London :
Bull, Simmons & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1870.

6068. The Sonnets of Shakespeare Solved, and the Mystery of his
Friendship, Love, and Rivalry revealed. Illustrated by numerous Ex-
tracts from the Poet's Works, Contemporary Writers, and other Authors,
By Henry Brown. . . . London : Published for the Author by]. R.Smith.

[i vol. 8vo] 1870.

6069. Artemus Ward : his Visit to . . . The Tomb of Shakespeare.
[By C. F. Browne.] Published at 84, Fleet Street, London.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1870.]

6070. The Beauties of Shakspeare ... By Dodd . . . London :
Milner and Sowerby, [i vol. 24mo, n. d., about 1870.]

6071. The Beauties of Shakspeare. By Dodd . . . Philadelphia :
Porter & Coates. [i vol. 32mo, n.d., about 1870.]

For other Editions, see p. 1 86.

328 S^afefspcate i^emonal fLiftrarg, 13irmmg]^am.

6072. Theatrical Portraits ; or, the Days of Shakespeare, Betterton,
Garrick, and Kemble. By Walter Donaldson, Comedian. . . . Never
before printed. London: Varnham & Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1870.

6073. Shakespeare and Dickens. 1870.

In Modern Men of Letters Honestly Crhkhed. By J. Hain Friswell. . . . London : Hodder and
Stoughton. [i voL 8vo] 1870. Pp. 43-4.

6074. Shakespeare and the Emblem Writers ; an Exposition of their
Similarities of Thought and Expression. Preceded by a View^ of Emblem-
Literature down to A.D. 1 61 6. By Henry Green. With numerous Illus-
trative Devices from Original Authors. London : Triibner & Co.

[i vol. 8vo] 1870.

With " Portrait of Shakespeare. From the Oil Painting in the possession of Dr. Clay, of Man-

6075. Frontispiece, Vignette, etc., and Photo-lithographic Plates in
Shakespeare and the Emblem Writers. By Henry Green. . . . One of
Twelve Copies, For Private Distribution only, [i vol. large 8vo] 1870.

6076. A List of the Contents of the Drawers in my Study, and in
two other Rooms. Index to Objects of Research. A List of Regnal
Years. [By J. O. Halliwell. Printed by J. E. Adlard, London.

I vol. 8vo] 1870.

6077. A Book about the Clergy. By John Cordy Jeaftreson. . . .
Second Edition. London: Hurst and Blackett. [2 vols. 8vo] 1870.

Contains the following references to Shakespeare :

Shakespeare considered in relation to his times. Vol. i, pp. 239-40.
Use of the Pulpit and Rostrum, as illustrated by the Speeches of Brutus and Mark
Antony. Vol. 2, pp. 49-50.

6078. Shakespeare Once More. 1870.

In Among my Books. S'lX Essays. By James Russell Lowell. . . . London : Macmillan.
[1 vol. 8vo] 1870. Pp. 145-217.

6079. Shakespeare. A Speech delivered at Stratford-on-Avon,
on the 23rd of April, 1864, The Tercentenary of Shakespeare's Birth.


In Chips from a German Workshop. By F. Max MuUer. London : Longman. [3 vols. Svoj
1867-70. Vol. 3, pp. 224-6.

6080. Shakespeare Illustrated by the Lex Scripta. By William
Lowes Rushton. . . . The First Part London Longman.

[i vol. 8vo] 1870.

6081. The Rural Life of Shakespeare, As Illustrated by his Works.
By C. Roach Smith. . . . London: J. R. Smith. [1 vol. 8vo] 1870.

.Another Edition.
Second Edition, [i vol. Svo] 1874.

iSnfllisfj 5t)itfepspfariann. 329

6082. King Shakespeare. 1870.

In Fruit from Devon . . . and other Poems. ... By Alexander Teetgen. . . . Williams and
Norgate, London and Edinburgh. [i vol. 8vo] 1870. Pp. 43-5, 213-14.

6083. Hamlet ; from a Psychological Point of View. By W, Dyson
Wood. . . . London : Longman. Wakeiield : Micklethwaite.

[i vol. 8vo] 1870.
6081. A Brief Guide for Strangers who are visiting Stratford-on-
Avon for the first time, and who are staying in the Town merely for a
few Hours. . . [Printed by J. E. Adlard, London.

1 vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1870.]

6085. Catalogue of The highly important Collection of Ancient and
Modern Pictures formed by William Delafield, Esq. . . . which will be
sold by Auction, by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods, . . . April 30,
1870. [London, i vol. 8vo] 1870.

Includes a description of the Felton Portrait of Shakespeare, p. 17.

6086. Notes on The Tempest of Shakspere. For the Use of Rugby
School. Rugby: W. Billington. [i vol. 8vo] 1870.

6087. Ode to Shakspeare, by Henry Toole, sung at the Birmingham
Musical Festival, August 31, 1870. Birmingham. [i vol. 4to] 1870.

6088. Shakefpeare Jnniverfary, Royal Hotel, Birmingham, 2yd Jpril^
1870. [Programme of Toasts and Music, and Bill of Fare. Printed by
Josiah Allen, Birmingham. i vol. 8vo] 1870.

6089. Shakespeare: His Life and Works. 1870.

In Lessons in English Literature. The Popular Educator. . . . Cassell, Petter, and Galpin.
[6 vols. 4to, N.D., about 1870.] Vol. 5. Pp. 204-6, 269-71.

6090. Reports of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.
. . . London : Eyre and Spottiswoode. [4 vols, fol.] 1870-4.

Containing descriptions of the following Manuscripts having reference to Shakespeare.
Vol. I. A Drama, with Notes, supposed to be in the Handwriting of Shakespeare. P. x.

Probability ot Shakespeare's having played at Aberdeen. P. 122.
Vol. 2. Alexander Pope to Tonson. A letter concerning Theobald's Edition of Shakespear,
with suggested scheme for a new edition. P. 71.

Grant of Shakespeare's House to John Weale. P. 78.
Vol. 3. Sir Walter Cope to Viscount Cranborne : a Letter concerning Lmjcs Lahore Lost,

1604. P. 148.
Vol. 4. Petition from Susan Shakespeare. P. 276.

The Play of Richard H. P. 300.

Shakspear Meeting, 1764. P. 401.

6091. The Shakespeare Reader: with Notes, Historical and Gram-
matical. By Walter Scott Dalgleish. . . . London : Nelson.

[3 vols. 8vo.] 187 1.

330 S^fjnfefsprave iflflfmonal Hifirnri.), ?i3inninfl!)nm.

6092. The Kembles An Account of the Kemble Family, including
the Lives of Mrs. Siddons, and her brother John Philip Kemble. By
Percy Fitzgerald. . . . London : Tinsley.

[2 vols. 8vo, N.D,, about 1871.]

6093. Shaksperean Fly-Leaves and Jottings, A new and enlarged
Edition, by Hall. . . . London: J. R. Smith. Cambridge: Wallis.

[i vol. Svo] 1871.

For earlier Edition, see p. 324.

6094. The Ornithology of Shakespeare. Critically Examined, Ex-
plained, and Illustrated. By James Edmund Harting. . . . London : Van
Voorst. [i vol. Svo] 1 87 1.

6095. Was Hamlet Mad ? Being a Series of Critiques on the Act-
ing of the late Walter Montgomery : Written in Melbourne in 1867, by the
Hon. Archibald Michie, (7,?/^ Attorney-General); Dr. J. E. Neild ; . . . R,
H. Home; James Smith. . . . David Blair, M. P. ; tf«^/ Charles Bright.
Edited by R. H. Home. . . . Lacy, London,

[i vol. Svo, N.D., about 187 1.]

6096. Selections from Shakspeare, with Critical Notice. By Leigh
Hunt. 1871.

In Imagination and Fancy; or, Selections from the English Poets. ... By Leigh Hunt.
Fourth Edition. London : Smith, Elder, & Co. [i vol. Svo] 1871. Pp. 132-72.

For earlier Edition, see No. 5 544.

6097. Selections from Shakspeare, with Critical Notice. By Leigh
Hunt. 1871.

In Wit and Humour, selected from the English Poets. ... By Leigh Hunt. A New Edition.
London : Smith, Elder & Co. [i vol. Svo] 1871. Pp. 111-38.

For earlier Edition, see No. 5543.

6098. On Shakespeare's Traditional Birthday By C. M. Ingleby.
. . . Read May \']th., 1 87 1. [Reprinted from the Transactions of the
Royal Society of Literature, Vol. X., Part IIL, New Series.

I vol. Svo] 1871.

6099. The Shakspere Memorial Library at Birmingham. Founded
in 1864, on the Tercentenary of the Poet's Birth. Re-Printed from the
" Birmingham Morning News," by Permission of J. A. Langford. For
Private Circulation. Birmingham. [i vol. Svo] 187 1.

6100. The Story of Falstaff, selected from King Henry IV., for
Drawing-Room Representation. By Mark Lemon. 187 1.

In With a Sboiu in the North. Reminiscences of Mark Lemon. By Joseph Hatton. . . . To-
gether with Mark Lemon's Revised Text of Falstaff. London : Allen & Co. [i vol. Svo]
1 87 1. Pp. 197-284.

With Portrait of Mark Lemon as Falstaff.

For earlier Edition, see No, 6044.

iSnglisf) ^fjattrsprnnnna. 331

6101. The Literary Life of the Rev. William Harness. [Editor of
Shakespeare.] ... By the Rev. A. G. L'Estrange. . . . London : Hurst
and Blackett. [i vol. 8vo] 187 1.

6102. The Home of Shakespeare Described by Samuel Neil, . . .
and Illustrated in Thirty-three Engravings, by the lateF.W. p^airholt. . . .
Warwick: Cooke and Son. [i vol. 8vo, n. d., about 1871.]

6103. North's Plutarch : Notes as to a Copy of this Work in the
Greenock Library, supposed to have been Shakspere's. By Allan Park
Paton. . . . Greenock. [i vol. 8vo] 187 1.

6104. The Method of Shakespeare As an Artist, deduced from an
Analysis of his leading Tragedies and Comedies. By Henry L Ruggles.
London: Low. [i vol. 8vo] 1871.

An American book, but with an English imprint.

6105. Shakespeare's Euphuism. By William Lowes Rushton . . .
London: Longman. [i vol. 8vo] 1871.

6106. Shakspeare's Early Days A Drama, in Two Acts. By
Charles A. Somerset . . . Lacy, London, [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1871.]

For earlier Edition, see No. 5371.

6107. Was Shakespeare a Lawyer ? Being a Selection of Passages
from " Measure for Measure " and " All's Well that Ends Well : " which
point to the conclusion that their Author must have been a practical
Lawyer ; and in which many obscurities are made clear, and some apparent
corruptions in the Text are attempted to be restored by an application of
a knowledge of English Law. By H. T. London : Longman.

[i vol. 8vo] 187 1.

6108. Shakspeare. By H. A. Taine. 1871.

In History of English Literature. By H. A. Taine. Translated by H. Van Laun . . . Edin-
burgh : Edmonston and Douglas. [2 vols. 8vo] 1871. Vol. i, p. 296-351.

6109. History of English Poetry ... By Warton . . . Edited by
Hazlitt . . . London : Reeves and Turner. [4 vols. 8vo] 187 1-

For earlier Edition, see No. 4969.

6110. Birmingham Shakespeare Reading Club, Established 1866.
Rules Revised and adopted at a Special Meeting, held March 9th, 1871.
[Birmingham: Wm. Hodgetts. i vol. 32mo, n.d., about 1871.]

6111. Here and There in England ; including a Pilgrimage to Strat-
ford-upon-Avon. By a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
London: J. R. Smith. [i vol. 8vo] 1871.

332 ^fjafecsprnrc HHrmorial ILiftrarj), lainningfiam.

6112. Shakespeare Anniversary, Royal Hotels Birmingham^ 22nd April,
1871. {Programme of Toasts and Music. Printed by Josiah Allen, jun.,
Birmingham. i vol. 8vo] 1871.

6113. Shakspere Gems By the Author of ' The Book of Familiar
Rotations' London Routledge [i vol. Svo, n.d., about 1871.]

6114. A Short Account of Stratford-on-Avon. Pumphrey Brothers,
Birmingham, [i vol. 4to, n.d., about 187 1.]

With Photographs.

6115. The Works of John Ruskin . . . London : Printed for the
Author. [7 vols. 8vo] 187 1-4.

Containing the following references to Shakespeare : —
Vol. I. Shakespeare's Female Characters. Pp. 78-81.

Shakespeare's View of Human Life. Pp. 141-3.
Vol.2. The Merchant of Venice. Pp. 102-5.

The Tempest; Etymology of the names of Shakespeare's Characters. Pp. 143-7.
Vol. 4. " The Best, in this kind, are but Shadows." Pp. 44-8.

6116. Shakspere and Typography ; being an attempt to show Shak-
spere's Personal Connection with, and Technical Knowledge of, the Art of
Printing. Also, Remarks upon some common Typographical Errors,
With especial Reference to the Text of Shakspere. By William Blades.
London: Triibner. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

Poems of Christopher Erooke. . . . Edited . . . By Grosart. [l vol. Svo] 1872. Stt No. 4773.

6117. The English of Shakespeare ... By Craik . . . Edited . . .
by Rolfe . . . Boston : Ginn Brothers. [i vol. Svo] 1872.

For other Editions, see p. 291.

6118. Shaksperean Bouquet. The Flowers and Plants of Shakspere,
with their Scientific Names and Quotations from his Works, wherein
Allusion is made to them. By William Elder . . . Paisley Herald Office,
W. B. Watson. [i vol. Svo] 1872.

6119. The Concordance to Shakespeare's Poems : An Index to every
Word therein contained By Mrs Horace Howard Furness Venus and
Adonis Philadelphia J. B. Lippincott & Co. [i vol. Svo] 1872.

6120. Shakespeare as a Sportsman. By T. H. Gem. 1872.

In Baily's Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. August and September, [i vol. Svo]

6121. The Probate Copy of the Will of Shakespeare, now first
printed from a Manuscript Copy of it made by the Rev. Joseph Greene,
of Stratford-on-Avon, in the Year 1747. London: Printed for Private
Circulation. [i vol. Svo] 1872.

" Fifteen Copies only Printed. Number Four." MS. Note by J. 0. Halli'well,

6122. Queen Elizabeth ; or the Origin of Shakespeare. A Drama
in Five Acts, after the Elizabethan Model ... By Tresham D. Gregg,
D.D. . . . London : Macintosh 6c Co. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

6123. Shakespeare : His Life, Art, and Characters. With an His-
torical Sketch of the Origin and Growth of the Drama in England. By
the Rev. H. N. Hudson. Boston [U.S.] : Ginn Brothers.

[2 vols. 8vo] 1872.

6124. The Soule Arayed. // Letter to Howard Staunton, Esq.y Con-
cerning Shakespeare'' s Sonnet CXLVI, By C. M. Ingleby. London : Printed
for the Author by Barrett & Sons. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

6125. Some Minor Illustrations of Shakespeare's Dramatic Art. [By
J. A. Langford.] 1872.

From The Birmingham Morning News. 1872.

6126. Tw^o Dissertations on the Hamlet of Saxo Grammaticus and
of Shakespear. L The Historical Personality of Hamlet. 11. The Re-
lation of the ' Hamlet' of Shakespear to the German Play, * Prinz Hamlet
aus Danemark,' etc. By R. G. Latham. Williams and Norgate, Lon-
don and Edinburgh. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

6127. The Secret Drama of Shakspeare's Sonnets Unfolded, with the
Characters Identified. By Gerald Massey. J Second and Enlarged Edition j
limited to One Hundred Copies y for Subscribers only. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

With Supplemental Chapter, in the form of '' A Familiar Epistle to a Friend,"

For earlier Edition y see No. 5975.

6128. A Documentary Biography of William Shakespeare, "Our
Ever-Living Poet." By Samuel Neil. 1872.

From The Birmingham Morning News. 1872.

6129. " Measure for Measure." By S. Neil. 1872.

In The Congregationalist. July. London : Hodder and Stoughton. [i vol. 8vo] 1872. Pp.

6130. Bible Truths, with Shakspearian Parallels. By J. B. Selkirk.
. . . Third Edition. With Illustrative Notes and an Index. London :
Hodder and Stoughton. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

For earlier Edition ("^y yames Brotvn,") see No, 5850.

6131. The School of Shakespeare. Edited by R. Simpson. No. r.
A Larum for London or The Seige of Antwerp. Together with The
Spoyle of Antwerpe. By George Gascoyne. London : Longman.

[i vol. 8vo] 1872.

334 Sfjafefspeare HHrmorial flilirnq,), iJinninafjam*

6132. The Merchant of Venice. The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
by Shakespeare. By D. J. Snider. 1872.

/« The Journal of Speculative Philosophy. Vol.6. Edited by W. T. Harris. St. Louis, Mo.
[U.S.] Studlcy Company, [i vol. 8vo] 1872. Pp. 130, 361, 234.

6133. Shakspeariana from 1564 to 1864. ... By Franz Thimm.
Second Edition Containing the Literature from 1864 to 1871. London,
Franz Thimm. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

Dedicated "To the Shakespeare Memorial Library founded at Birmingham in 1864."
For earlier Edition, see No, 5960.

6134. Dictionary of Shakespearian Quotations. Exhibiting the most
forcible Passages illustrative of the Various Passions, Affections and
Emotions of the Human Mind. Selected and Arranged in Alphabetic
Order, from the Writings of The Eminent Dramatic Poet. Phila-
delphia : Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

Portrait, "engraved by A. B. Walter from the Original Drawing by W. Croome."

6135. Roscian Dramatic Club, [Birmingham.] The Annual Shake-
speare Festival, . . . April 25, 1872. [i vol. 8vo] 1872.

Contains " England's Bard," A Poem, by J. M. Brindley. Written for the occasion.

6136. Shakespeare in Germany of To-day. 1872.

/» The Broadway, a Magazine of Society and Politics. July. London, [i vol. Svo] 1872. Pp.

6137. The Drama. Shakespeare. A Bust. 1873.

In Le Circe, and other Poems. With Notes. By John Appleby. . . . London : Provost &
Co. [i vol. duo.] 1873. Pp. 40-1, 85.

6138. Prospero's Clothes-Line, and the Scarre between Bertram
and Diana ; with some other Occasional Readings in Shakespeare. By
A. E. Brae. Read January, 1871. [Reprinted from the Transactions
of the Royal Society of Literature, Vol. X., Part III., New Series.

I vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1873.]

6139. Note on a Passage in Shakespeare. By Hiram Corson. Cornell
University, Ithaca, N.Y. [8vo] 1873.

6140. On a Disputed Passage in Shakespeare's Hamlet., A. II. S. 2.
11. 180-18 1. By Hiram Corson. Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

[i vol. 4to] 1873.

Privately Printed.

6141. The Beauties of Shakspeare. By Dodd. With Portrait
and Steel Illustrations, London : Warne.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1873.]

For other Editions, see p, 1 86.

iEnglisfj 5?ijalvcspcanana. 335

6142. An Essay on the Tragedy of " Arden of Feversham," Being
the substance of a paper read at the Meeting of the Kent Archaeological
Society held at Faversham, in July, 1872, with Notes, by C. E. Donne,
M.A. . . . London: R. Smith & Co. Higham, Faversham.

[i vol. 8vo] 1873.

6143. A Contribution to Shakespearian Study. [Hamlet.] By J.
Durand. 1873.

/«The Galaxy [Magazine], April. New York : Sheldon, [i vol. 8vo] 1873. Pp. 507-12.

6144. "Young Abram Cupid." By H. H. Furness. 1873.

In The Penn Monthly. July. Philadelphia, [i vol. 8vo] 1873. Pp. 482-9.

6145. Shakspere's Plays : The Separate Editions of, with the Alter-
ations done by Various Hands ; by H. T. Hall. . . . Cambridge :
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