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505. The Plays of King Lear and Cymbeline. By JVilliam Shakspear.
With Notes and Illustrations, felecSled from the Various Commentators,
and Remarks., &c. by the Editor. [Ambrose Eccles] The Second Edition..
London: Printed for Lackington, Allen, and Co. [2 vols. 8vo 1801.]

Shakespeare'' s twenty Selected Plays., by Bawdier., 1807.
Sec English Editions., No. 10 1, p. 13.



iSttglisi^ iEOitions of Siiafeespcare's JESIorfes. 39

510. Shakespeare's Popular Dramatic Works. Newcastle upon Tyne :
J. Mitchell. [3 vols. i6mo] i8og.

Has 12 Plates. "The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas are omitted in the

Representation."
Fol. I. Hamlet. Macbeth. Merchant of Venice. King John.
Vol. 2. Othello. King Lear. Coriolanus. Richard III.
Vol. 1. Romeo and Juliet. Henry VIII. Merry Wi-ves of Windsor. Tempest.

512. Hamlet, and As You Like It. A Specimen of a New Edition
of Shakespeare. By Thomas Caldecott, Esq. London: John Murray.

[i vol. 8vo] 1820.

Students and School Shakspeare. By Pitman.
See English Editions., No. 235, p. 20.

519. Selections from the Plays of Shakespeare. As arranged for
Representation at the Princess's Theatre, and especially adapted for
Schools, Private Families, and Young People. By Charles Kean, F.S.A.
London: Bradbury and Evans. [2 vols. 8vo] i860.

Vol. I. Macbeth. Henry VIII. Winter's Tale. Midsummer Night's Dream. Richard II.

The Tempest.
Vol. 2. King Lear. Merchant of Venice. King John. Much Ado About Nothing.

Hamlet. Henry V.

522. The Prince's Shakespere : A Selection of the Plays of
Shakespere, Carefully Expurgated and Annotated for the Use of Families
and Schools. By the Rev. D. Mathias, M.A. London : Richard Bentley.

[i vol. 8vo] 1867.

Contains the Merchant of Venice, Julius Cassar, and Macbeth.

525. Shakespeare, for Schools and Families. Being a Selection and
Abridgment of The Principal Plays, for School, College, and family
Reading. Edited by Thomas Shorter. London : T. J. Allman.

[i vol. 8vo] 1868.

526. Shakespeare's Plays. Abridged and Revised for the use of
Girls. By Rosa Baughan. London : T. J. Allman, etc.

[2 vols. 8vo] 1863-69.



SHJKESPEJRE MEMORUL LIBRARY,

BIRMINGHAM.



Thh section includes only those Editions printed in Great Britain and the United States of America ;
Editions printed in Germany, France, etc., although in the English language, luiil be found with
the Foreign section to ivhich they belong.

SlU's WitW tijat iEntis SSCdl.

"This Comedy was first printed In the folio collection of 1623." Knight.

563. All's JVell, that Ends Well; a Comedy. By Shakespear.
London: Printed by R. Walker. [i vol, duo.] 1735.

Has Frontispiece of characters, In costume of the Georgian era.

577. Shakspeare's JIT 5 Well that Ends Well; with Alterations by
J. P. Kemble. As it is performed by His Majesty's Servants, of the
Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. London: J. Debrett. [i vol. 8vo] 1793.

580. Shakspeare's All's Well that Ends Well, a Comedy ; Adapted
to the Stage by J. P. Kemble ; and now^ first published as it is acted at
The Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : Printed for the Theatre.

[i vol. 8vo] 1811.

587. AlFs Well that Ends Well : a Comedy, In Five Acts, by
William Shakspeare. Printed from the Acting Copy, with Remarks,
biographical and critical, by D. — G. [G. Daniel.] Cumberland's British
Theatre. London. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1828.]

^ntonw auU Cleopatra.

Antony and Cleopatra "was first printed In the folio collection of 1623." Knight.

613. Antony and Cleopatra : A Tragedy. As it is A6ted at the

Dukes Theatre. Written by the Honourable Sir Charles Sedley, Baronet.

Licensed Apr. 24, 1677. Roger V Ejlrange. London, Printed for

Richard Tonfon. \\ vol. 410] 1677.

List of Actors; Includes Mr. Bctterton as Antony and Mrs. Bcttcrton as Ocla-via.

621. Antony and Cleopatra : A Tragedy. As it is A6led at the
Duke's Theatre. Written by the Honourable Sir Charles Sedley, Baronet.
London, Printed for R. Bentley, etc. [i vol. 4to] 1696.

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626. All for Love : or, the World well Loft. A Tragedy, A(Sted
by Her Majesty's Servants. Written in Imitation of Shake/pear's Stile
by A4r. Dryden. London^ Printed for J. Tonfon. [i vol. 4to] 1 709.

643. Antony and Cleopatra ; an hijhrical Play, written by William
Shakespeare : fitted for the Stage by abridging only ; [by Edward Capell and
David Garriclc ;] and now a£icd, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Z



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