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SHAKESPEAREANA-continued. 1923 COOPER (John Gilbert). The Tomb of Shakespear.

A Poetical Vision.

First Edition. 4to, half morocco, soiled copy. Lond., Dodsley, 1755.

125 od

1924 DIBDIN (C.). Shakespear's Garland, or the Warwick

shire Jubilee. Being a Collection of Ballads, etc., as Perform'd in the
Great Booth at Stratford-upon-Avon.

Engraved throughout.
Words and Music, BOTH PARTS.
Sm. folio, half cloth. Lond., (1769).

£2 25

1925 DYCE (Rev. A.). A Few Notes on Shakespeare, with

Occasional Remarks on the Emendations of the Manuscript Corrector in
Mr. Collier's copy of the Folio, 1632.
8vo, orig. cloth. Lond., 1853.

55

1926 EDWARDS (T.). Canons of Criticism and Glossary.

Being a Supplement to Mr. Warburton's Edition of Shakespeare. 8vo, full orig. calf gilt. Lond., 1765.

65

1927 [FELTON (Samuel) 7. Imperfect Hints towards a new edition of Shakespeare.

Both parts in i vol, 4to, orig. half russia, m. e.
Lond., Printed at the Logographic Press, 1787. Very rare. 13 155

1928 GARLAND for the New Royal Exchange (A). Com

posed of the Pieces of divers excellent Poets, made in Memory of the
First Opening thereof on January the 23rd, 1571. With the choice
Verses and Devices of sundry fine Wits of later time, etc. Now first
Collected and Printed Complete.
Sm. 4to, orig. glazed fancy boards, gilt edges, as issued. Lond., 1845.

Iss One of 50 copies, printed by John Dalrymple White. Includes pieces by

SHAKESPEARE, Ben Jonson, Spenser, Sidney, Churchyard, Puttenham, etc., etc.

1929 GARRICK (David). An Ode upon Dedicating a

Building and Erecting a Statue to Shakespeare at
Stratford-upon-Avon.

FIRST EDITION. 4to, new boards, FINE COPY, ENTIRELY UXCUT.
London, printed for T. Becket, 1769.

15 55 Rare in this fine state. With pp. I and 2 in duplicate, shewing ist and 2nd issue of the work.

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O,I the man,whofe Mufe whilom did mask, As time her taught, in lowely Shepheards Am now enforc'ta far vnfitter task, (weeds, For trupets ftern to change mine oate reeds, And fing of Knights, & Ladies gentle deeds; Whole praifes hauing flepe in filence long, Mee, all too meane, the facred Mufe areeds To blazon 'broad, amongft her learned throng: Fierce warres, and faithfull foues, fhall moralize my fong.

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Helpe then, ô holy Virgin, chiefe of nine,

Thy weaker Novice to performe thy will: Lay forth out of thine euerlafting fcrine The antique rolles, which there lie hidden ftill, Of Faerie Knights, and faireft Tanaquill, Whom that moft noble Briton Prince fo long Sought through the world, and fuffered fo much ill, That I muft rue his vndeferved wrong: O! help thou my weake wit,and fharpen my dull tongue.

SPENSER'S WORKS.

And thou moft dreaded impe of higheft Ioue,
Faire Venus fonne, that with thy cruell dart
At that good Knight fo cunningly didftroue,
That glorious fire it kindled in his hurt,
Lay now thy deadly Heben bowe apart,
And with thy mother mulde come to mine ayde:
Come both, and with you bring triumphant Mart,

In loues and gentle 1ollities arrayd,
After his murdrous fpoiles and bloudy rage allayd

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First Collected Edition.

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And with them eke, ô Goddeffe heauenly bright,
Murrour of grace and Maeftic divine,
Great Lady of the greatest Ifle, whofe light
Like Phebus lampe throughout the world doth fhine,
Shed thy faire beames into my feeble eyne,
And raile my thoughts, too humble, and too vile,
To thinke of that true glorious type of thine,
The argument of mine afflicted file:
The which to heare, vouchlafe, ó deareft dread a-while.

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1930 HALLIWELL-PHILLIPS (J. O.). Catalogue Books, Manuscripts, Works of Art, Antiquities and Relics illustrat Life and Works of Shakespeare and of the History of Stratford-up which are preserved in the Shakespeare Library and Museum i Street.

8vo, orig. cloth, uncut. Lond., Privately Printed, 1868.

1932

1931 Memoranda on the Tragedy of Hamlet Facsimiles, Svo, orig. cloth, uncut. Lond., 1879. Privately

On the Character of Sir John Fals
originally exhibited by Shakespeare in the Two Parts of King H
Fcp. 8vo, orig. cloth, uncut. Lond., 1841. Scarce.
Dr. F. J. Furnivall's copy with autograph.

UNCUT COPY.

1933 [HEATH, B]. A Revisal of Shakespear's Te Wherein the Alterations introduced into it by the more Editors and Critics are particularly considered.

Thk. 8vo, fine uncut copy, orig. boards (new back). Lon

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1934 A HERMETICALL BANQUET. SPAGIRICALL COOK: for the better Preservation of the Microco Sm. 8vo, old calf. London, printed for Andrew Crooke, IC cut away).

P. 35 mentions Shakespeare, viz:-" Poeta kindred to severall places in the Court. Ovid she makes a Maj Homer, because a merry Greek, Master of the Wine-Cellars; Ska Butler; Ben Johnson, Clark of the Kitchin; Fenner, his T and Taylor, his Scullion." prefers all

"A mixture of Cookery and Alchemy."-Hazlitt.

1935 [HOLT (John)]. Aunciente English Poet and Play-Wrighte, Williaume Shakespere, from the Maney Errours, faulsely cha An Attempte to Rescue him, by Certaine New-fangled Wittes: and to let him Speak for as right well he wotteth, when Freede from the many Careless Mi of the Heedless first Imprinters, of his Workes.

8vo, half calf. Lond., 1749.

1936 IRELAND FORGERIES. Ireland (W. H.). Authentic Account of the Shakesperian Manusc etc.

8vo, orig. half calf. Lond., 1796.

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1932

1930 HALLIWELL-PHILLIPS (J. O.). Catalogue of the Books, Manuscripts, Works of Art, Antiquities and Relics illustrative of the Life and Works of Shakespeare and of the History of Stratford-upon-Avon which are preserved in the Shakespeare Library and Museum in Henley

Street.

8vo, orig. cloth, uncut. Lond., Privately Printed, 1868.

SHAKESPEAREANA-continued.

Memoranda on the Tragedy of Hamlet. Facsimiles, 8vo, orig. cloth, uncut. Lond., 1879. Privately Printed. 8s 6d

IOS 6d

On the Character of Sir John Falstaff, as originally exhibited by Shakespeare in the Two Parts of King Henry IV. Fcp. 8vo, orig. cloth, uncut. Lond., 1841. Scarce.

148

Dr. F. J. Furnivall's copy with autograph.

UNCUT COPY.

1933 [HEATH, B]. A Revisal of Shakespear's Text. Wherein the Alterations introduced into it by the more modern Editors and Critics are particularly considered.

Thk. 8vo, fine uncut copy, orig. boards (new back).

"

'A mixture of Cookery and Alchemy."-Hazlitt.

1934 A

BANQUET.

HERMETICALL DREST BY A SPAGIRICALL COOK: for the better Preservation of the Microcosme. Sm. 8vo, old calf. London, printed for Andrew Crooke, 1652 (date cut away). £2 25 P. 35 mentions Shakespeare, viz:-" Poeta prefers all her poor kindred to severall places in the Court. Ovid she makes a Major-domo ; Homer, because a merry Greek, Master of the Wine-Cellars; Shack-spear, Butler; Ben Johnson, Clark of the Kitchin; Fenner, his Turn-spit; and Taylor, his Scullion."

1936 IRELAND

Lond., 1765. 158

1935 [HOLT (John)]. An Attempte to Rescue that Aunciente English Poet and Play-Wrighte, Maister Williaume Shakespere, from the Maney Errours, faulsely charged on him, by Certaine New-fangled Wittes: and to let him Speak for himself, as right well he wotteth, when Freede from the many Careless Mistakings, of the Heedless first Imprinters, of his Workes.

8vo, half calf. Lond., 1749.

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FORGERIES.

Ireland (W. H.). Authentic Account of the Shakesperian Manuscripts, etc.

An

8vo, orig. half calf. Lond., 1796.

98 6d

SHAKESPEAREANA-continued. IRELAND FORGERIES-continued.

1937

Ireland (W. H.) Confessions, containing the Par-
ticulars of his Fabrication of the Shakspeare Manuscripts, together with
Anecdotes and Opinions of many Distinguished Persons in the Literary,
Political and Theatrical World.

Plates of facsimiles.
Post 8vo, orig. half russia. Lond., 1805.

£3 35 With Ireland's original forged signature of Shakespeare inserted.

1938

Ireland (Saml.) Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments under the hand and seal of William Shakespeare, including the Tragedy of King Lear and a small fragment of Hamlet from the original MSS. in the possession of Samuel Ireland. Facsimile, 8vo, half calf. Lond., 1796.

The forged Shakespeare Plays.

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1939

Shakespeare's Manuscripts in the Possession of Mr. Ireland Examined respecting the Internal and External Evidences of their Authenticity by Philalethes. Lond., 1796.

MR. IRELAND'S VINDICATION of his Conduct respecting the Publication of the supposed Shakespeare MSS. Lond., 1796.

COLMAN (G.). Man and Wife, or the Shakespeare Jubilee, a Comedy. First Edition. Lond., 1770.

In I vol, 8vo, half calf.

30s

1940

Ireland (W. H.) Vortigern. An Historical Tragedy, represented at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and Henry the Second, an Historical Drama supposed to be written by the Author of Vortigern. 8vo, new boards, uncut. Lond., 1799.

ISS

1941

Boaden (J.). A Letter to George Steevens, containing a critical Examination of the Papers of Shakespeare published by Mr. Samuel Ireland, to which are added Extracts from Vortigern. Svo, new boards, uncut. Lond., 1796.

I IS

1942

A Letter to George Steevens, containing
a Critical Examination of the Papers of Shakspeare published by Mr.
Samuel Ireland. Lond., 1796.
SHAKESPEARE'S MANUSCRIPTS in the Possession of Mr. Ireland,

Examined by Philalethes. Lond., 1796.
FREE REFLECTIONS on Miscellaneous Papers under the Hand and

Seal of William Shakespeare, in the Possession of Samuel Ireland. Lond.,
1796.
A COMPARATIVE REVIEW of the Opinions of Mr. J. Boaden relative

to the Shakespeare MSS. Lond., (1796).
MR. IRELAND'S VINDICATION of his Conduct respecting the Supposed
Shakespeare MSS. Lond., 1796
Together in i vol, 8vo, orig. half russia.

30s

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