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Newly corredled by W. Shakespeare. London., Printed by IV.W. for
Matthew Law. 1 613.

Stee-vens's Reprint. See Selections, p. 38, No. 501.

1127. The FirJ} Part o/" Henry the Fourth, with the Life and Death
of Henry Sirnamed HotsSpvrre. By Mr. William Shakespeare. 1623.

The Text from the Folio of 1623 j luith Notices of the knoivn Editions preuioujly ijfued. London.
L. Booth, [i vol. 4to] 1863.

1136. K. Henry IV. with the Humours of Sir John FalftafF. A
Tragi-Comedy. As it is A6ted at the Theatre in Little- Lincolns- Inn-
Fields by His Majefty's Servants. Revived, with Alterations. Written
Originally by Mr. Shakefpear. London., Printed for R. JV. and Sold by
yohn Deeve at Bernards-Inn-Gate in Holborn. [i vol. 4to] 1700.

1142. K. Henry IV. With the Humours of Sir John FalstafF. A
Tragi-Comedy, By Mr. W. Shakespear. London. Printed for T.
Johnson. [i vol. sm. 8vo] 1721.

1152. The First Part of Henry IV. With the Life and Death or
Henry, Sirnamed Hot-spur. By Shakespear. With Alterations, as per-
formed at the Theatres. London : Printed for Hitch., Hawes., etc.

[i vol. duo. J 1763.

1158. King Henry IV. The First Part; A Historical Play, in Five
Acts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre Royal,
Covent Garden. Printed under the Authority of the Managers from the
Prompt Book. With Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. [Inchbald's British
Theatre, Vol. 2.] London: Longman. [i vol. duo.] 1808.

1160. Shakspeare's King Henry the Fourth, (The First Part.,) A
Historical Play, revised by J. P. Kemble ; and published as it is acted at
"^The Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : Printed for the Theatre.

[i vol. 8vo] 1811.

1166. King Henry IV. Part I. A Tragedy; by William Shakspeare.
Wi^h Prefatory Remarks. As it is performed at the Theatres Royal.
[Oxberry's New English Drama, Vol. 14.] London : Simpkin, etc.

[i vol. duo.] 1822.



iEnglisl) iEDtttons of ti)t Sfparate |)Iai?s, 51

1170. King Henry IV. Part I. A Tragedy, In Five Acts, by
William Shalcspeare. Printed from the acting copy, with Remarks,
biographical and critical, by D. — G. [George Daniel.] Cumberland's
British Theatre. London : G. H. Davidson.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1823.]

Shakespeare's Play of King Henry the Fourth, printed from
a Contemporary Manuscript. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. London :
Printed for the Shakespeare Society. [i vol. 8vo] 1845.

Shakespeare Society Publications, Vol. 9.

1181. King Henry IV. Part I. A Play, in Five Acts. By William
Shakespeare. T. H. Lacy, London. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1868.

1184. Shakspeare's King Henry IV. Part I. With Explanatory and
Illustrative Notes and numerous Extracts from the History on which the
Play is founded. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London : Longmans,
etc. [i vol. duo.] 1871.



^i)C Sfconti ^art of ii^eurg tijc iTouvtij.

"The first edition of Henry IV., Part II., appeared in 1600. Another edition was issued the
same year, by the same publishers, for the purpose of supplying the omission of the first scene
of the third act. No subsequent edition appeared till the folio of 1623." Knight.

The Second Part of Henrie the Fourth, Continuing to his
Death, And Coronation of Henrie the Fift. With the Humours of Sir lohn
Falstaffe^ and fwaggering Pijfoll. As it hath been fundrie Times publikely
a6led by the right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Seruants.
Written by William Shakespeare. London printed by V.S. for Andrew
Wife^ and William Jfpley. 1600.

Stecjem's Reprint. See Se/txtioiis, p. 38, No. 501. This reprint is of the first of the two
Editions of 1600, i.e., that which was issued minus sc. i, act 3.

1205. The Second part of Henrie the fourth, continuing to his
death, and coronation of Henrie the fift. With the humours of fir lohn
Y2\ftaffe^ and fwaggering Piftoll. A$ it hath been jundrie times publikely
a6led by the right honourable, the Lord Chamberlaine his feruants.
Written by JFilliam Shakespeare. London Printed by V.S. for Andrew
Wife and William Afpley. 1600.

Facsimiled from the Second Edition Printed at London in the year 1600. By Edmund William
Ashbee. London: For Private Circulation only, 1866. Fifty copies printed, nineteen of
which were destroyed, thus reducing the total number to thirty-one ; this is copy number nine,
signed, J. O. Halliwell.

1208. The Second Part of Henry the Fourth, Containing his Death :
and the Coronation ofHcnvy the Fift. By Mr. William Shakespeare. 1623.

The Text from the Folio of 1623 ; ivitk Notices of the kiwivn Editions preuioujly {[Jucd. London,
L. Booth, [i vol. 4to] 1863.



52 Sljafeespparc f^lemorial ILibrarp, Birmingljam.

1230. Falstaff's Wedding, a Comedy : as it is acted at the
Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Being a Sequel to the Second Part of the
Play of King Henry the Fourth, Written in Imitation of Shakespeare,
by W. Kenrick. London, L. Davis, etc. [i vol. 8voJ 1766.

1233. FalstafF's Wedding, a Comedy : As it is acted at the Theatre-
Royal in Drury-Lane. Written in Imitation of Shakespeare. By W.
Kenrick, LL.D. A New Edition. London : L. Davis, etc.

[i vol. 8vo] 1773.

1238. The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth, altered from
Shakespeare^ [by Dr. R. Valpy,] as it was Acted at Reading School^ in
October, 1801. Published, as it was performed, for the Benefit of the
Humane Society. Reading: Smart and Cowslade. [i vol. 8vo] 1801.

1241. Shakspeare's King Henry the Fourth, (The Second Part.)
A Historical Play, Revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first published as
it is acted at The Theatre Roy a in\ Covent Garden. London : J. Ridgway.

[i vol. 8vo] 1804.

1244. King Henry IV. The Second Part; A Historical Play, in
Five Acts ; by William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre Royal,
Covent Garden. Printed under tlie Authority of the Managers from the
Prompt Book. With Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. [Inchbald's British
Theatre, vol 2.] London: Longman. [i vol. duo.] 1808.

1247. Shakspeare's King Henry the Fourth, (the Second Part),
An Historical Play ; Revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now published as it
is performed at the Theatres Royal. London: Miller. [1 vol. duo.] 1815.

1249. The Death of Falstaff. A Melodrame. By Z. Jackson.
London : Printed for the Author. [i vol. 8vo] 1820.

1251. King Henry IV. (The Second Part,) An Historical Play ;
revised by J. P. Kemble, Esq. and printed as it was revived at the Theatre
Royal, Covent Garden, on Monday., June the 2^th^ 1821 ; with the repre-
sentation of the Coronation, as arranged by Mr. Farley ; (published with
the Stage Directions.) London: Miller. [i vol. 8vo] 1821.

1254. The Life and Humours of FalstafF; a Cotntvly formed out of
the Two Parts of Shakspeare's Henry the P'ourth, and a i^w Scenes of
Henry the Fifth. Compiled, &C. By C. S. London: Calkin and Budd.

[i vol. duo.] 1829.

1256. King Henry IV. Part II. An Historical Play, In Five Acts,
by William Shakspeare. Revised by J. P. Kemble. Printed from the
acting Copy, with Remarks, biographical and critical, by D — G. [George
Daniel.] Cumberland's British Theatre. London.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1831.]



iingltsi) IHtJitions of tfjc Separate |?Ia»B. 53

1263. King Henry IV. Part II. An Historical Play, in Five Acts.
By William Shakespeare. With Remarks. T. H. Lacy, London.

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

1266. Shakspeare's King Henry IV. Part II. With Explanatory
and Illustrative Notes and Numerous Extracts from the History on which
the Play is founded. By the Rev. John Hunter, M. A. London : Long-
mans, [l vol. duo.] 187 1.

The Story of FalstafF, selected from King Henry IV.,. for
Drawing-Room Representation. By Mark Lemon.

With a Shciv in the North. Reminiscences of Mark Lemon. By Joseph Hatton. Together
with Mark Lemon's Revised Text of Falstaft". London: W. H. Allen, [i vol. 8vo] 1871.
See Shakespeariana.



i^cnrp ti)c JFiftlj.

Henry V. was first printed in 1600, and was reprinted in 1602 and 1608. The quarto of 1608
runs only to 1,800 lines, whilst the lines in the folio edition of 1623 amount to 3,500.
Knight.

The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth. Containing The
Honourable Battell of Agin-Court. As it was adted by the Kinges
Majeflies Servants. London, Imprinted by Barnard Alfop^ and are to be
fold by Tymothie Barlow^ at his (hop in Paules Church-yard, at the Signe
of the Bull-head. [n.d., about 1598.]

Reprint, in NkhoPs '■ Six Old Plays,'' -vol. 2. 1779. "'The Famous Victories of Henry V.,'
upon the foundation of which Shakspere constructed not only his two parts of Henry IV.,
but his Henry V." Knight.

1288. The Chronicle Hiftory of Henry the fift, with his battell
fought at Agin Court in France. Together with ancient Pistoli. As it hath
bene fundry times playd by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his
Seruants. Printed for T. P. [l vol. 4to] 1608.

Twenty-seven leaves. "This copy has the original last leaf (blank) of Sig. G. If I recollect
rightly, a copy bought by Lilly at Sotheby's, 21 March, 1864, for ,^12, also had this leaf, but
it is rarely met with." MS. Note on Jiy leaf, by jf. 0. Halliivcll.

The Chronicle History of Henry the Fift. With his Battell
fought at Agin Court in France. Together with Ancient Pistoli. As it
hath bene fundry Times playd By the Right Honourable the Lord Cham-
berlaine his Seruants. Printed for T. P. 1608.

Steevens's Reprint. See Selections, p. 38, No. 501.

1295. The Life of Henry the Fift. By Mr. JVilUam Shakespeare.

1623.

The Text from the Folio of 1623 ; ivith Notices of the knoivn Editions preuioujly ifj'ued. London.
L. Booth, [i vol. 4to] 1863.

1301. King Henry the Fifth. Or, the Conquest of France., by the
English. A Tragedy. As it is A6ted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-



54 SijaUfspcave iHcmorial ILiliravp, iiirmingi^am.

Lane^ by His Majesty's Servants. By Aaron Hill, Efq ; London : Printed
for W. Chetwood. [i vol. 8vo] 1723.

Hill, in the Preface, after acknowledging his obligations to Shakefpear, attacks the fashion-
ables of his day for their preference for the ballet, etc. ; or, for wit in the heels rather than
that of the head. He has very much the tone of the "Managers" of 1870 on the danger
of playing Shakefpear.

1320. Shalcspeare's King Henry the Fifth, A Historical Play,
revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first published as it is acted at The
Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : Longman, etc.

[i vol. 8vo] 1806.

1322. King Henry V. A Historical Play, in Five Acts ; by
William Shakspeare. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent
Garden. Printed under the authority of the Managers from the Prompt
Boole. With Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. [Inchbald's British Theatre.
Vol. 2.] London: Longman. [i vol. duo.] 1808.

1328. King Henry V. Jn Historical Play; by W. Shakspeare.
IFith Prefatory Remarks [signed P.P.] [Oxberry''s New English Drama,
vol. 18.] London. Simpkin, etc. [i vol. duo.] 1823.

1330. King Henry V. An Historical Play, In Five Acts. By
William Shakspeare. Printed from the acting Copy, with Remarks,
biographical and critical, by D. — G. [George Daniel.] Cumberland's
British Theatre. London: Davidson. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1825.]

1337. Shakespeare''s Play of King Henry the Fifth, Arranged for
Representation at the Princess's Theatre, with Historical and Explanatory
Notes, by Charles Kean,F.S.A. As first performed On Monday, March
28th, 1859. Entered at Stationers' Hall. Fifth Edition. London: J.
K. Chapman. [1 vol. 8vo, n.d., about 1859.]

1339. King Henry the Fifth. An Historical Play, in Five Acts,
By William Shakespeare. T. H. Lacy, London.

[1 vol. duo., N.D., about 1859.]

1345. Shakspeare's King Henry V. With Explanatory and Illus-
trative Notes and numerous Extracts from the History on which the Play
is founded. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London : Longmans.

[i vol. duo.] 1871.

iTijf jFiist |)art of ii>fun) t\)t ^ixtlj.

"'The First Part of Henry the Sixth ' was originally printed under that title, in the folio collection

of 1623." Knight.

1361. The firft Part of Henry the Sixt. By Mr. JVilliam Shake-
speare. 1623.

In the originall Text from the Folio of 1623 ; With Notices of preu'wui Playi upon Kvhkh this -was
founded. London. L. Booth, [i vol. 4to] 1S64.



ianglisi) iSUitions of t\)t Separate |JIai)s. 55

1364. Henry the Sixth, The Firft Part. With the Murder of
Humphrey Duke of Glocefter. As it was A6ted at the Dukes Theatre.
Written by Mr. Crown. London^ Printed for R. Bentley^ and M. Magnes^
in RuJJel-Streety in Covent-Garden. [i vol. 4to] 1681.



2ri)e Seconti ^avt of ?l?cnrp ttje Sixti^.

"'Tlie Second Fart of Henry the Sixt, with the Death of the Good Duke Hvmphrey,' was

first printed in its complete form, in the folio of 1633." Staunton.
Of this Play, the following is the foundation :

The First Part of the Contention betwixt the Two Famous
Houses of Yorke and Lancaster, with the Death of the good Duke
Humphrey : And the banishment and death of the Duke of Suffolke^ and the
Tragical! end of the proud Cardinall oi Winchester ^\v\x.\\ the notable Rebellion
of lacke Cade : And the Duke of Torkes first claime vnto the Crowne. London
Printed by Thomas Creed, for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at
his shop vnder Saint Peters Church in Cornwall. 1594-

The First Sketches of the Second and Third Parts of King Henry the Sixth. Edited by J. O.
Halliwell, Esq. Shakespeare Society Publications, vol. 14.

1390. [Henry VL] The Whole Contention betweene the two
Famous Eioufes, Lancaster and Yorke. JFith the Trag'icall ends of the
good Duke Humfrey, Richard Duke of Yorke, and King Henrie the fixt.
Diuided into two Parts : And newly corrected and enlarged. Written by
IVilliatn Shakefpeare^ Gent. Printed at London, for T. P.

[i vol. 4to, N.D., about 1619.]

The Whole Contention Betweene the Two famous Houfes,
Lancaster and Yorke. With the tragicall Ends of the Good Duke
Hu?nfrey^ Richard Duke of Torke^ and King Henrie the fixt. Diuided
into Two Parts : And newly corre6ted and enlarged. Written by William
Shakespeare, Gent. Printed at London^ for T. P. [n.d.]

Stee"jens's Reprint. See Selections, p. 38, No. 501.

1394. The fecond Part of Henry the Sixt, with the death of the
Good Duke Hvmfrey. By Mr. JVilliam Shakespeare. I^-^S*

In the originall Text from the Folio of 1623 ; With Notices of preuious Plays upon -which this
•was founded. London. L. Booth. [l vol. 4to] 1864.

1398. Henry the Sixth, The Second Part. Or the Misery of Civil
War, As it was Adled at the Dukes Theatre. Written by Mr. Crown.
London., Printed for R. Bentley., etc. [i vol. 4to] 1681.

"A small portion of the Second Part of Henry the Sixth is introduced ; * * * in the prologue,
however, the author unblushingly asserts that he has borrowed nothing from Shakespeare."
Halliiveli.



56 ^fjaftrspcare fttcmonal 3Lii)rar», Uirmingtam.

m)c ^rfjiiD i3art of ^jmv tije ^ixti).

"This tragedy was first printed in its present furm, in the folio of 1623." Staunton.

1417. The third Part of Henry the Sixt, with the death of the Duke
of Yorke. By Mr. JVtirta?n Shakespeare. 1623.

In the originall Text from the Folio of 1623 5 ivith Notices of preuious Plays upon ivliich this ivas
founded. London. L. Booth. [l vol. 4toJ 1S64.

1425. King Henry VI. A Tragedy. As it is A6led at the Theatre-
Royal in Drury-Lane., by His Majesty's Servants. Altered from Shakespear,
'ui the Tear 1720, by Theophilvs Gibber. The Second Edition. London:
Printed for W. Chetwood. [l vol. 8vo] 1724.

1431. The Roses ; or King Henry the Sixth ; An Historical
Tragedy. Reprefented at Reading School. Compiled principally from
Shakespeare. [By Dr. R. Valpy.] Reading : Smart, etc.

[r vol. 8vo] 1795.

1433. [Shakspeare's] Henry VI. Part the Third.

I vol. 8vo, no title page, about 1800.

1437. Richard, Duke of York ; or, the Contention of York and
Lancaster. ( Altered from Shakspeare''s Henry FL) In Five Acts. As it
is performed at the Theatre Royal.^ Drury-Lane. London : Richard
White. [i vol. 8vo] 1817.

1442. King Henry VI. A Tragedy, In Five Acts, by William
Shakespeare. As adapted by Edmund Kean. Printed from the acting Copy,
with Remarks, biographical and critical, by D. — G. [George Daniel.]
Cumberland's British Theatre. London : Davidson.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1830.]

"'The famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eighth ' was first published in the folio
collection of Shakspere's Works in 1623." Knight.

1456. The Life of Henry VIII. By Mr. William Shakespear. \\\
which are interfperfed, Hiftorical Notes, Moral Reflections and Observa-
tions, in refpe6l to the unhappy Fate Cardinal Wolsey met with. Never
before Publifli'd. Adorned with feveral Copper-Plates, ^y the Author
of the History of the Life and Times of Cardinal Wolsey. [J. Grove.]
Dedicated to Colley Gibber, Esq ; London : Printed for D. Browne.

[i vol. 8vo] 1758.

1458. King Henry the Eighth. With the Coronation of Anne
Bullen. Written by Shakespear. With Alterations. As it is performed
at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London : Printed for C. Hitch,
etc. [ I vol. duo.] 1762.



iSuglislj iiDitiouss of tfjc Separate |)Iai)S. 57

1463. Shakspeare''s King Henry the Eighth. A Historical Play,
revised by J. P. Kemble ; and now first published as it is acted at The
Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. London : Printed for Longman, etc.

[i vol. 8vo] 1804.

1465. King Henry VIIL A Historical Play, in Five Acts ; by
William Shalcspeare. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
Printed under the Authority of the Managers from the Prompt Book.
With Remarks by Mrs. Lichbald. [Lichbald's British Theatre. Vol. 3.]
London: Longman. [i vol. duo.] 1808.

1469. King Henry VHL A Historical Play^'m Five Acts: By
Will. Shakespeare. As Performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane
and Covent-Garden. Printed under the Authority of the Managers^ from
the Prompt Books. Edinburgh ; Printed at the Caledonian Press, by
Oliver & Boyd. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1810.J

1474. King Henry VHL A Play; By W, Shakspeare. IVith
Prefatory Remarks^ [signed P.P.] As it is performed at the Theatres
Royal. [Oxberry's New English Drama, Vol. 19.] London : Simpkin,
etc. [i vol. duo.] 1823.

1485. Shakespere's Historical Play of King Henry the Eighth ;
Arranged for Representation at the Princess's Theatre, by Charles Kean.
Sixth Edition. London: Printed by Chapman. [i vol. 8vo] 1855.

1490. Shakspeare's Henry the Eighth : with Introductory P^emarks ;
copious Literpretation of the Text ; Critical, Historical, and Grammatical
Notes. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London: Longman.

[i vol. duo.] i860.

1493. King Henry the Eighth. An Historical Play, in Five Acts.
By William Shakspeare. T. H. Lacy, London.

[i vol. 8vo, N.D., about 1866.]

1497. King Henry VHL An Historical Play, in Five Acts, by
Shakespeare. With remarks by D. — G. [George Daniel.] Cumber-
land's British Theatre, T. H. Lacv, London.

[i vol. duo., N.D., about 1870.]

1500. Shakspeare's Henry the Eighth. With Introductory Remarks
and Critical and Explanatory Notes. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A.
New Edition. London: Longmans, etc. [i vol. duo.] ii']2.

1



58 ^fjaUcsiJcavc iitcmorial 3Liiivari), Bivmmgijam.

Sfulius ©aesar.

" ' The Tragedy of Julius Cassar was first printed in the folio collection of 1623." — Knight.

1529. Julius Cre(iir. A Tragedy. As it is Now Acted at the
Theatre Royal. Written by JVilliani Shakespeare. London^ Printed by
H.H. Jun. for Hen Herringman and R Bent ley.

[i vol. 4to, N.D., about 1680.]

1533. Julius Cassar : A Tragedy, as it is now Acted at the Theatre-
Royal. Wrmenhy IVilliam Shakespeare. London: Printed by //.//. Jun'
for Hen. Herringman., etc. [l vol. ^tc, N.D., about 1684.]

1535. Julius Caefar. A Tragedy. As it is now AcSled at the
Theatre Royal. Written by Williarn Shakespeare. London., Printed for
Henry Herringman., and Richard Bentley. [l vol. 4toj 1 691.

An Imperfect Copy: wanting pp. i — 2 of the text.

1544. Julius Caefar : A Tragedy. As it is now Acted at the
Theatre Royal. Written by JVilUam Shakespeare. London.^ Printed by
H.H. Jun. for Hen. Herringman., and R. Bentley.

[i vol. 4to, N.D., about 1696.]

The three undated quartos differ considerably in the printing, arrangement of the pages, etc.

1561. Julius Cassar, A Tragedy. By William Shakespeare. Col-
lated with the Old and Modern Editions. [By C. Jennens.] London,
Printed by Bowyer and Nichols. [i vol. 8vo] 1774.

1565. Julius Caesar. A Tragedy. As it is AcSled at the Theatres-
Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Written by Shakespeare.
London; Harrison, Wenman, etc. [ivol. 8vo] 1780.

1572. Julius C^sar ; a Tragedy, in Five Acts ; by William Shak-
speare. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Printed
under the Authority of the Managers from the Prompt Book. With
Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. [Inchbald's British Theatre, vol. 4.]
London: Longman. [l vol. duo.] 1808.

1576. Shakspeare's Julius Cresar, a Tragedy ; adapted to the Stage
by J. P. Kemble ; and published as it is acted at The Theatre Royal in
Covent Garden. London: Printed ft)r the 'I'hcatre. [i vol. 8vo] 1812.

1581. Julius Ciesar, a Tragedy; by William Shakspeare. IFith
Prefatory Remarks. As it is performed at the Theatres Royal. [Oxberry's
Ne.v English Drama, vol. 16.] London: Simpkin, etc.

[l vol. duo.] 1822.



lEngltsij iSDittons of t\)t Separate |)laijs. 59

1585. Julius Caesar: A Tragedy, In Five Acts, by William Shalc-
speare. Printed from the acting Copy, with Remarks, biographical and
critical, by D. — G. [George Daniel.] Cumberland's British Theatre.
London: Music-Publishing Co. [i vol. duo., n.d., about 1824.]

The English of Shakespeare Uhistrated in a Philological Cotn-
mentary on his Julius Ca-sar, by Craik — 1859 and l86g. See Shake-
spear iana.

1604. Shakspeare's Tragedy of Julius Caesar: with Introductory
Remarks ; Copious Interpretation of the Text ; Critical and Grammatical
Notes ; and numerous Extracts from the History on which the Play is
founded. By the Rev. John Hunter, M.A. London: Longman.

[l vol. duo.] 1861.

1607. Julius Caesar. A Play, in Five Acts. By William Shake-
speare. T. H. Lacy, London. [i vol. 8vo, n.d., about 1866.]

Ittng Jf oijn.

" The King John, of Shakspere, was first printed in the folio collection of his plays, in 1623." Knight.

1619. Kynge Johan. A Play in Two Parts. By John Bale.

[n.d., about 1560.]

Edited by |. Payne Collier, Esq. F.S.A. From the MS. of the Author in the Library of his
Grace the Duke of Devonshire. London: Printed for the Camden Society 1838.

For an account of Bale's Play, and comparison of it with Shakespeare's, i^



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