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cut close and four letters slightly cut into, half of the T beginning Jonson's verses cut off, several lower margins of the text water-stained and some upper corners mended, text of dd. 3 has 17 lines slightly injured, headline of page 2 damaged in printing, lower outside corner of qq 3 gashed and damaged, several small rust-holes, stains and grease spots, and some letters rendered defective thereby), contemporary calf, with 5%2 blank fly-leaves, measures generally rzin. by 8% in., London Printed by Isaac Jaggard and Ed. Blount. 1623./ (Colophon, Printed at the Charges of W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, J. Smithweeke and W. Aspley, 1623), folio (37)

Edwards, £2025 [In this copy Vi is marked V v, which does not occur in all copies. Later MS. readings in some margins.-Cata.

logue.] 2976 Shakespeare (William). Mr. William Shakespeares/ Come

/ dies, Histories and/ Tragedies./ Published according to the True Originall Copies./ The Second Impression./ Title with Droeshout's portrait, with verses opposite, the margins of the portrait and text of title cut, backed and mended, a mend in Vi and a letter or two injured, fore edges in Y 3-4 rough, a few old stains and soils and splits and a minute hole here and there, original calf, London./ Printed by Tho. Cotes for John Smethwick, ani are to be sold at his shopl in Saint Dunstans Church-Yard, 1632./ (Colophon, Printed at London by Thomas Cotes, for John Smethwick, William Aspley, Richaril Hawkins, Richard Meighen and Robert Allot, 1632), folio (38) Leighton, £98

[Had the imprint below the portrait of Cotes for Smeth

wick. 13/4 in. by Sin.- Catalogue.] 2977 Shakespeare (William). Mr. William/ Shakespear's/ Come

dies, Histories and Tragedies./ Published according to the true Original Copies. The Third Impression./ Portrait by Droeshout with verses beneath, contemporary backing and slight mends to the portrait, mend in Tt. 6, a few rust-holes, with some rough edges, contemporary calf (1372 in. by 872 in.), London, printed for P. C. (Philip Chetwind), 1664, folio (39)

Robson, £525 2978 Shakespeare (William). Mr. William Shakespear's/ Come

dies, Histories/ and Tragedies./ The Fourth Edition./ Portrait by Droeshout with verses beneath opposite title, a split in *Ddd 6 and a few small rust-holes (14%4in. by gin.), original calf, with four original fly-leaves at beginning and end (joints cracked), London. Printed for H. Herring, mun, E. Brewster and R. Bentley at the Anchor in thel New Exchange, the Crane in St. Pauls Church. Yard, and in Russel Street Covent Garden, 1685, folio (40)

Watts, £82 (Printed on paper imported from Holland, and has the paper-maker's water-mark and name “Van Duvantegard” on title.- Catalogue.]

(8) Old Plays by other Writers. 2979 Beaumont and Fletcher. The Knight of the Burning Pestle

[Anonymous), first edition, title (backed and mended, with imprint defective) and 36 leaves, signatures B-K in 4's (wanted dedication), Printed for Walter Burre at the

Crane in Paules, 1613, small 4to. (41) Sotheran, £15 2980 Beaumont and Fletcher. The Scornefull Ladie, third

edition, 36 leaves, signatures A-I in 4's, wanted Aj a blank (?), (title mended), Printed by B. A. and J. P. for T. Jones in St. Dunstans Churchyard, 1630, small 410. (42)

Leighton, L.1 13s. 2981 Beaumont and Fletcher. Cupids Revenge, third edition,

40 leaves, including title, signatures A-K in 4's (title soiled), Printed by A. M., 1635, small 4to. (43)

Leighton, £1 155. 2982 Beaumont and Fletcher. The Bloody Brother, first edition,

33 leaves only, including title and signatures B-I in 4's, R. Bishop for T. Allott and John Crook in Pauls, 1639, small 4to. (44)

Pickering, £2 ios. 2983 Beaumont and Fletcher. The Tragedy of Rollo Duke of

Normandy, 38 leaves, including title, signatures A-K 2 in 4's (the last leaf mended), Oxford, printed by L. Lichfield, printer to the University, Anno 1640, small 4to. (45)

Tregaskis, ti is. 2984 Beaumont and Fletcher. The Tragedy of Thierry King of

France, last 4to. edition, printed in double columns, 20 leaves, including title (corners of last two leaves defective and mended, some plain corners mended), Printed for H. Mosely ...in St. Paules, 1649, small 4to. (46)

Leighton, £1 155. 2985 Fletcher (John). The Coronation, first edition, T. Cotes for

A. Crooke, etc. in Paul's, 1640 (47) Leighton, £2 145.

[Fletcher's name is on the title-page, but the author was

James Shirley.-ED.] 2986 Jonson (Ben). Ben Jonson/his/ Volpone/ or/ the Foxe, first

edition, 57 leaves, including title, dedication, Eulogistic Poems, etc. (title and last leaf defective and mended, outer margin of first leaf of dedication mended, with many rough lower edges), Printed for Thomas Thorpe, 1607, small 410. (48)

Sabin, £27 2987 Jonson (Ben). Every Man Out of his Humor, 65 leaves,

including title, signatures A-R 2, Aj a blank wanted (plain margins of title and corners of some other leaves mended, A 4 defective, some old stains), Printed for William Holme

at Sargeants Inne Gate in Fleet Street, 1600, small 4to. (49)

Quaritch, £70 [One of the two earliest editions with the same date, the other having the name of N. Linge as the printer.Catalogue.]

2988 Kyd ('Thomas). The Spanish Tragedy, fourth edition, 44

leaves (cut on title, inner margin of title mended), large copy, uncut lower edges, Printed by A. Matthewes for John Grismand in Paules Alley, 1623, small 4to. (50)

Quaritch, £7

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