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46. An Account of the Incidents from which the Title and Part of the Story of Shakspeare's Tempest were derived, and its true Date ascertained. By Edmund Malone. London. 1808. This pamphlet was not published; only eighty copies of it were printed and distributed by the Auihor.
47. Remarks on Shakspeare's Tempest: containing an Investigation of Mr. Malone's Atteinpt to ascertain the Date of that Play, and various Notes and Illustrations of abstruse Readings and Passages. By Charles Dirrill, Esq. (i. e. Richard Sill.) 8vo. 1797.
48. Comments on the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher: with an Appendix, containing some further Observations on Shakspeare, extended to the late Edition of Malone and Steevens. By the Right Honourable J. Monck Mason. 8vo. 1798
49. The Shaksperian Miscellany. By F.G. Waldron. 4to. 1802.
50. Illustrations of Shakspeare, and of ancient Manners; with Dissertations on the Clowns and Fools of Shakspeare; on the Collection of popular Tales, entitled Gesta Romanorum ; and on the English Morris Dance. By Francis Douce. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1807.
51. An Examination of the Charges maintained by Messrs. Malone, Chalmers, and others, of Ben Johnson's Enmity towards Shakspeare. By 0. Gilchrist. 8vo.
52. A Letter to the Rev. Richard Farmer, D.D. relative to the Edition of Shakspeare, published in 1790, and some late Criticisms on that Work. By Edmund Malone, Esq. 8vo. 1792.
53. Remarks, critical, conjeclural, and explanatory, upon the Plays of Shakspeare; resulting from a Collation of the early Copies with that of Johnson and Steevens, edited by Isaac Reed, Esq. Together with some valuable Extracts from the Manuscripts of the late Right Honourable John Lord Chedworth. By E. H. Seymour. 2 vols. royal 8vo. 1805.