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Shakespeare, W. Individual dramas.
Shakespeare, W. Criticism and study. - Midsummer-night's dream ; arranged by Laura — Kellogg, A. O. Delineations of insanity, imKeene. F's S. D. v. 28' .
becility, and suicide . . . . 24-166 - Much ado about nothing. F's S. D. v. 7 – Landor, W. S. Citation and examination, etc.
. 24-221 - Othello - Othello.
F's S. D. v. 3. . . 24-221 - Maginn, W. Shakespeare papers. 22-1126 Siune. I. B. T. v. 2 .
24-141 - Massey, G. Shakspeare's sonnets. 22-1129 Pericles: a tragedy. B. B. T. y. 8 24-71 Montagu, Mrs. E. Writings and genius of Richard III. F's S. D. v. 2 . . 24-221
24-161 Romeo and Juliet. F's S. D. v. 6. 24-221 New exegesis of
24-92 - Same. I. B. T. v. 4 . . . 24-141 Philosophy of .
24-129 -- Shakespeare's tempest; with glossarial and ex Pownall, A. Shakspere weighed in an even planatory notes, by J. M. Jeplison. L. ,1864 balance .
24-127 24-197 Preston, M. Studies ini :
24-240 – The tempest. F's s. d. v. 16 : 24-221
Price, T. Wisdom and genius of . 24-169 - Twelfth night. F's S. D. v. 8 . 24-221 Reed, H. Lectures on tragic poetry
27__996 – Same; revised by J. P. Kemble. I. B. T. v. 4 - Routledge, E. Quotations from . 24–196
24-141 - Rushton, W. L. Shakespeare illustrated by old – Two gentiemen of Verona. F's S. D. v. 4
authors . . . . . 24-228
24-221 - Simrock, K. Shakespeare's plots : 24-100 - wmter's tale. F's S. D. v. 40 . 24-221
- Some remarks on the tragedy of Hamlet - and Fletcher. The two noble kinsmen. M. B.
22-1216 D. v.1. . . . . .
24-142 Ulrici, II. Shakspeare's dramatic art 24-47 – Biography.
Walker, W. S. Shakespeare's versification Bellew, J.C. MShakspere's home 30–1873
: : 24-84 Brown, C. A. S.'s autobiographic poems – Wordsworih, C. Shakspeare's knowledge and 30–1355 use of the bible..
. 21-130 – De Quincey, T. Shakspeare : a biography Bibliography and authenticity of works.
Shakespeare's plays: who wrote them? L., – Drake, N. Shakespeare and his times
. 24-131 ... . . . 30-2002
Bailey, s.' Received text and its improvement – Friswell, J. H.' Life-portraits of : 30–1978
. . 24-126 – Halliwell, J. 0. Life of . . . 30-1073 - Collier, J. P. Shakespeare's library 24-14 - Knight, C. Biography of
30-1135 Dyce, A. Remarks on Collier's and Knight's - Shakspeare memorial ..
21-74 - Skottose, A. Life of .
30-1826 – Halliwell, J. 0. Early quarto editions of the - Tweddell, G. Times and contemporaries of
21-201 30-1215 - Shakesperiana . . . . 21-198 - White, R G. Life and genius of . 30–1734 -- Hand-list of [Shaksperiana] . 21-199 - Wise, R. R. Birthplace of . . 30-1338 - Hamilton, N. E. S. A. Genuineness of the - Criticism and study.
manuscript corrections in Collier's annotated - Bacon, D. Philosophy of plays of 24-106
S.. : .
24-96 Barnstorff, D. Kry to sonnets of. 22–926 - Holmes, N. Authorship of . . 22-1093 - Brae, A. E. Shakespeare, Collier, and Cole - Inglehy, C. M. Shakspere controversy 24-104 ridge . 24-103 - - Shakspeare fabrications . .
21-90 Bucknill, J. C. Psychology of . 21-101 - Malone, E. Authenticity of papers attributed – Campbell, J. Shakespeare's legal acquirements
. . . . 24-75
24-87 – Shakespeare library and muscum, catalogue - Chasles, P. Études sur . . . 34-5421
: 21-262 – Coleridge, S. T. Lectures on : 24-102 Singer, s. w. 'Texi of S. vindicated 24-58
- Notes and lectures upon . . 22-983 - Thimm, F. Shakesperiana (1364-1861) 21-275 - Collier, J. P. Notes and emendations to text of Walker, W. S. Critical examination of text of
. . . 24-91 - Conolly, J. Study of Hamlet
24-117 - Wilson, J. Shakespereana . . 21-107 - Craik, G. L. Euglish of .
24-941 Shakespeare and the bible. Rev. T. R. Eaton - Davies, T. Critical observations on 24-88
24-79 - Doud, W. Life and beauties of . 24-14 Shakespeare and his friends. R. F. Williams - Dolby, T. Dictionary of quotations from
. 18-3521,3 24-202 Shakespeare characters. c. C. Clarke
24-119 - Douce, F. Illustrations of . . 24–12 Shakespeare expositor. T. Keightley, 24-200
Eaton, T. R. Shakespeare and the bible 24–79 | Shakespeare jest-books. W. C. Hazlitt 33-1373
Gervinus, G. G. Commentaries on 24-112 Shakespeare library and museum, catalogue. L., .- Giles, H.' Human life in S.. . 24-66
1868. 8° .
21-262 Griffitli, E. Morality of dramas of 24-164 Shakespeare memorial. L., 1864. fo. 30-2029 - Guizot, F. P. G. Shakspeare and his times Shakespeare papers. W. Maginn . . 22–1126
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24-242 - Hazlitt, W. Characters of Shakespear's plays Shakespeare, youth of. R. F. Williams 18-3522,3
. . . . . . 22-1083 Shakespearean gems. Le Ch. de Chatelain 24-241 - Historic doubts respecting . . 32–1670 | Shakespeare's delineations of insanity, imbecility, – Hitchcock, E. A. Remarks on sonnets of
and suicide. A. 0. Kellogg
24-166 23-650 Shakespeare's dramatic art. H. Ulrici
24-47 Hudson, H. N. Lectures on . . 22-1097 Shakespeare's England. G. W. Thornbury - flugo, V. William Shakespeare. 24-128
. . 272_1142 - Hunter, J. Life, studies, and writings of 24-89 Shakespeare's legal acquirements. J. Campbell – Jackson, C. Shakspeare's genius justified
24-85 . . 24-26 Shakespeare's library. J. P. Collier : - Jameson, A. Characteristics of women 24-207 | Shakespeare's plays and actors. J. H. Hackett - Jervis, S. Dictionary of language of 22–374
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24-143 – Peeps from a belfry; or, the Paris sketch-book - Same. F's S. D. v. 7 . .
24-221 . 18-2824
- Same. M. B. D. v. 5 . – Rector of St. Bardolph's; or, superannuated
24-142 - The duenna. F's S. D. v. .
24-221 18–2823 N. y 185
- The rivals: a comedy. B. D. v.1. - Up the river.
24-143 he river. N. Y., 1853 . . 33–313 - Same. D. L. T. v. 9 . . .
24-107 Shelton, T. Tachygraphy the most exact and com - Same. F's S. D. v. 4 . .
24-221 pendious method of short and swift writing. - Same. I. B. T. v. 18 .
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285–290 Sherman, W. T. Official account of his great march Shepherd and his flock, the. J. R. Macduff 32-1725
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. . . - Shanty, the blacksmith
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