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SUPPLEMENT TO THE PLAYS

OF

WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE:

THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN,
THE LONDON PRODIGAL,
THOMAS LORD CROMWELL,
SIR JOHN OLDCASTLE,

COMPRISING

THE SEVEN DRAMAS

WHICH HAVE BEEN ASCRIBED TO HIS PEN, BUT WHICH ARE NOT INCLUDED
WITH HIS WRITINGS IN MODERN EDITIONS, NAMELY:

THE PURITAN, OR THE WIDOW
OF WATLING STREET,

THE YORKSHIRE TRAGEDY,
THE TRAGEDY OF LOCRINE.

EDITED,

With Notes, and an Introduction to each Play,

BY WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS, ESQ.

AUBURN AND ROCHESTER:

ALDEN AND BEARDSLEY.

NEW YORK:

J. C. DERBY, 119 NASSAU STREET.

1855.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1848,

BY GEORGE F. COOLEDGE & BROTHER,

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Southern District of New York.

TO THE

REV. ALEXANDER DYCE,

OF ENGLAND:

The acute and laborious worker in the old, but still ample and green, fields of British Dramatic Literature, this humble labor, a FIRST American edition of the imputed Plays of SHAKSPEARE, is

Very Respectfully Juscribed,

WOODLANDS, SOUTH CAROLINA,
January 20, 1848.

BY THE EDITOR.

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