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[TAMING OF THE SAREw]. Shakespeare's comedy of Katharine and Petruchio as presented by Edwin Booth. The prompt-book. Edited by William Winter. New York: printed by F. Hart and Co., 1878. 16mo. pp. 49.

This is an alteration of Garrick's version. [Mr. Hubbard's catalogue.]

Shakespeare's TEMPEST, with notes, examination papers and plan of preparation. Edited by J. M. D. Meiklejohn. London, Edinburg [printed]: W. and R. Chambers, 1880. 12mo. pp. 126.

Shakespeare's comedy of TWELFTH Night. Edited, with notes, by W.J. Rolfe. With engravings. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1879. squ. 16mo. pp. 174.

TWELFTH Night, or what you will, with introduction and notes explanatory and critical, for use in schools and families, by H. N. Hudson. Boston: Ginn and Heath, 1880. 16mo. pp. 26 and 151.

THE WINTER's Tale, with introduction and notes explanatory and critical, for use in schools and families, by H. N. Hudson. Boston: Ginn and Heath, 1880. 16mo. pp. 196. Shakespeare's comedy of the WINTER's

Tale. Edited with notes by W.J. Rolfe. With engravings. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1880 (1879]. 16mo. pp. III, 218.

The WINTER'S TALE. A play in five acts, &c. With an illustration and remarks by D. G. [i. e. George Daniel]. London: T. H. Lacy, (1879). 12mo. pp. 71.

Lacy's acting edition of plays, etc. Vol. 113.

SONGS AND SONNETS of Shakespeare. Edited by Francis T. Palgrave. With notes. London: Maxmillan and Co., 1879. 8vo. min. pp. (VI), 253.

Golden Treasury Series.
Shakespeare's SONNETS, a selection, edited by Edward Dowden.
The English poets. Selections, with critical introductions by various writers, and a general intro-

duction by Matthew Arnold. Edited by Thomas Humphrey Ward. (4 vols). London: Macmillan
and Co. Vol. I, 1880.

review in: The Academy, June 26, 1880. (A selection from Shakespeare's Sonnets.) A treasury of English sonnets.

[ Edited from the original sources, with notes and illustrations, by David M. Main. Manchester: A. Ireland and Co. 1880. 8vo.

b. SHAKESPEAREANA.

Abraham Abron Auburn. A Shakespearian excursus.

The Catholic World. New York. May, 1873.

ADIN (Williams). Shakespeare in Gloucestershire. [A visit paid by the poet between 1586 and 1589 to certain people, his relations, at Dursley in Gloucestershire. The fact has been pointed out 'first by R. W. Huntley in a note to his Glossary of the Cotswold dialect, 1868, and J. H. Blunt, in his Dursley and its neighbourhood, 1877, confirmed the fact and added to the existing evidence. In the above paper Mr. Adin adds some conjectures as to Shakespeare's connexion with other dramatic authors of his time following from the visit].

Notes and Queries. London 1879, Aug. 9, p. 101–2; Aug. 23, p. 159, by O. W. Tancock; Oct. 25,

p. 331, by Wm. Underhill.
Amyot (Thomas E.). The Shakespeare death mask.

The Antiquary. London. Vol. II, No. 2, Nov. 1880, p. 230—31.

ARNOLD (Cecil). An index to Shakespearian thought. Being a collection of allusions, reflections, images, familiar and descriptive passages and sentiments from the plays and poems of Shakespeare, alphabetically arranged and classified under appropriate headings. London: Bickers and Son, 1880. 8vo. pp. 420.

B. (W. C.) Tempest, Act IV, sc. 1, 1. 64: 'Pioned and twilled brims'.

Notes and Queries 1879, Jan. 11, p. 22.
BAGEHOT (Walter). Shakespeare the Man (1853).
Literary Studies by the late Walter Bagehot. In two volumes. Vol. I, pp. 126—172. London:

Longman and Co. 1879. 8vo.

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BAKER (H. Barton). English actors from Shakespeare to Macready. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1879. 2 vols. 12mo.

The Bard of Ayon birth-day text-book. Compiled from Shakespeare's plays and poems. London: Routledge and Sons, 1880. 32mo.

BARTOL (C. A.). The personality of Shakespeare.

Principles and portraits. By C. A. Bartol. Boston: Robert Brothers, 1880.

BAYNE (Thomas). Macbeth, Act V, sc. 3, 1. 10: 'Shall never sag with doubt nor shake with fear.'

Notes and Queries 1880, March 27, p. 251; Apr. 24, p. 333, by George Sexton; Sept. 25, p. 242,

by J. R. Haig. BAYNES (T. S.). What Shakespeare learnt at school. Fraser's Magazine. London. No. 599, or New Series No. CXIX, for November, 1879; No, 601,

or N, S. No. CXXI, for Jan., 1880; No. 605, or N. S. No. CXXV, for May, 1880.

The Academy, May 15, 1880, p. 363.

BEAMONT (William). Three dramas of Shakspere: Richard II. Henry IV, part 1. Henry IV, part 2. (Chester?] 1880.

Three papers read before the Chester Historic Society, pointing out the references made in these

plays to Chester and Cheshire men and events. BEDE (Cuthbert). Shakespeare's nightingale.

Belgravia. London. June, 1879.

BELLAMY (G. Somers). Essays from Shakespeare. Edinburgh: Publishing Company, 1879. 8vo. pp. 240.

These essays are in a kind of sermon style, headed by extracts from Shakespeare, used as texts.

BENNETT (W. T.) Shakspere from a builder's point of view. [A lecture delivered at the Birmingham Shakspere Reading Club.]

The Birmingham Daily Gazette, March 18, 1879.
BENTON (Myron B.). "Shakespeare and the musical glasses'.
Appleton's Journal. New York. April, 1879.
BIBB (Grace C.). Lady Macbeth, a study in character.
The Western. St. Louis. May, 1875.

BIBLIOTHECARY. The crux of sonnet CXVI: 'Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken.'

Notes and Queries 1879, July 12, p. 24; 1880, March 27, p. 250–51.

BIBLIOTHECARY. A Shakespearian of the seventeenth century [Elias Travers, chaplain and tutor in the family of Sir Thomas Bernardiston, of Ketton Hall, in Suffolk. From his unpublished diary, 1678–1683. See: British Quarterly Review, for January, 1872: ‘An English interior in the seventeenth century').

Notes and Queries 1880, June 5, p. 453.
BIRCH (W. J.). Rabelais and Shakespeare.

Notes and Queries 1879, Sept. 13, p. 201-2; Jān. 3, 1880, p. 24, by N. J. Haydon.

Birmingham Central Literary Association. Excursion to Stratford-on-Avon. July 23d, 1879. Shakespeare in his connection with the town of Stratford-onAvon. Birmingham: Cund brothers (printed]. 8vo. pp. 10.

[Birmingham.] Shakespeare anniversary, Royal Hotel, Birmingham, 230 April, 1880. Sam: Timmins, chairman. J. Ħ. Chamberlain, vice-chairman. The bill of faire. Programme of toasts. [With quotations from Shakespeare.] [Birmingham printed.] 4to. pp. 3.

[Birmingham.] Our Shakespeare Club. [Speeches by Samuel Timmins, J. H. Chamberlain and others at the annual dinner, April 23, 1880.]

Birmingham Liberal Review, No. 7, May 1, 1880, p. 101-107.

The Birthday register, withị sentiments from Shakspere. London: M. Ward and Co., 1876. [1875.] 16mo. pp. 286.

The preface is signed J. A. K. [From Mr. Hubbard's catalogue.]

BLACK (William George). Measure for Measure, Act III, sc. 2, l. 134: ‘His use was to put a ducat in her clack-dish'.

Notes and Queries 1879, Sept. 27, p. 243.

BLACK (William George). Romeo and Juliet, Act I, sc. 4, 1. 91: 'Elf-locks ... once untangled.'

Notes and Queries 1879, Jan. 11., p. 22; March 15, p. 15, by W. G. Stone,

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BLUNT (J. H.). [A visit of Shakespeare to Dursley in Gloucestershire, between 1586 and 1589].

Dursley and its neighbourhood, by J. H. Blunt, 1877. See ante, 8. v. ADIN (William).

BRAE (A. E.). On a passage in King Lear, Act II, sc. 2, l. 170 fol.: 'Approach, thou beacon', etc.

The Literary World. Boston. No. 127, November 8, 1879, p. 366.

BRAE (A. E.). A note on The Tempest: Act II, sc. 1: 'She, that is queen of Tunis' etc.

Robinson's Epitome of Literature. Philadelphia. Vol. III, No. 4, Feb. 15, pp. 33.

BRAE (A. E.). On a passage in The Tempest. [Act I, sc. 2, l. 99 et seq.: '... Like one || Who having into truth' etc.

Robinson's Epitome of Literature. Philadelphia. Vol. III, No. 7, April 1, 1879, p. 57.
BROWNE (C. Elliot). Father Parsons, Fallstaff, and Shakspere.
The Academy. London. March 8, 1879, p. 217—218, and August 23, 1979, p. 142. Reprinted

for the New Shakspere Society, together with a paper by G. Bullen, 2 pages. See infra,

3. v. BULLEN (G.).

BROWNE (C. Elliot). The play upon 'you' and 'hews' in the sonnets, and its relation to the Herberts.

Notes and Queries 1880, March 13, p. 210.

BROWNE (C. Elliot). Early allusions to Shakspeare [Venus and Adonis mentioned in an ancient MS. diary under date of '12th of June, 1593' quoted in Malone's Inquiry and Shakespeare's name in the Common-place book of the Earl of Dorset, Harleian MSS., quoted in Hunters New illustrations].

Notes and Queries 1879, April 12, p. 288.

BULLEN (George). The Moor of Denmark. [Was King Claudius of a dark complexion? Hamlet, Act III, sc. 4: Could you on this fair mountain leave to feed, and batten on this Moor?'].

Áthenaeum, No. 2671, Jan. 4, 1879; No. 2672, Jan. 11, 1879, by B. Nicholson; No. 2676, Feb. 8,

1879, p. 184, by J. W. Ebsworth; No. 2679, Mar. 1, 1879, p. 279, by Geo. Bullen, and another

paper by B. Nicholson.

BULLEN (George). The duke of Buckingham and a play of Shakespeare in 1628. ÇA news-letter, bearing the date of August, 1628, preserved in Sir Charles Isham's collection of MSS. at Lamport Hall, in which is recorded the fact of the duke having been present at the Globe theatre to see the performance of the play of King Henry VIII. From a passage in Robert Johnston's Historia rerum Britannicarum ab an. 1572 ad an. 1628, Amsterd. 1655, in which the presence of Buckingham at a play treating the downfall of a duke of Buckingham 'tempore Ricardi III' is allūded to, Mr. Bullen conjectures that the letter-writer may have been mistaken in naming the play 'Henry VIII.' instead of 'Richard III'. Another play, the ‘Rape of Lucrece', is mentioned in the letter as having been witnessed by Buckingham at the Cockpit. Mr. Bullen thinks it must have been the production of Thomas Heywood. In a second

paper Mr. Bullen states the fact that Buckingham's presence at the play of 'King Henry VIII has been recorded before in vol. II of the Shakespeare Society's papers, 1845, and in Ingleby's Centurie of Prayse, from a letter to Sir Martin Stuteville from Robert Gell, in the Harleian MSS. in the British Museum, No. 383, fol. 65).

Athenaeum, No. 2712, Oct. 18, 1879, p. 497—98; No. 2713, Oct. 25, 1879, p. 529.

BULLEN (George). Shakespeare in 1648. [Quotations from various plays of Shakespeare in: Wit's labyrinth. Or a briefe and compendious abstract of most witty, ingenious, wise, and learned sentences and phrases. Together with some hundreds of most pithy, facetious and patheticall, complementall expressions. Collected, compiled and set forth for the benefit, pleasure, or delight of all, but principally the English nobility and gentry. °By J. S. Gent. London: printed for M. Simmons,

1648. Mr. Bullen conjectures "J. S. Gent” to be James Shirley, the dramatist].

Athena im, No. 2706, Sept. 6, 1879, p. 305; No. 2736, April 3, 1880, p. 439, by F. J. Furnivall.

Reprinted for the New Shakspere Society, together with a paper by C. Elliot Browne, 2 pages, 8vo. See ante, s. v. BROWNE (C. Elliot).

BULLOCK (Charles). Shakspeare's debt to the Bible. London: Hand and Heart publishing offices, 1879. 8vo. min.

For a correspondence between the author and Mr. J. B. Selkirk see: The Academy, 5th and

12 th July, 1879.

BURGESS (J. Tom.). Historic Warwickshire. London, 1876. 8vo.
BUTLER (Noble). Lady Macbeth. Ben Jonson on Shakespeare.

Miscellanies. By Noble Butier. Louisville, Ky: J. P. Morton & Co. (1880]. 12mo. pp. 312.

C. A portrait of Shakespeare in the possession of Sir John Lister Kaye [supposed to be painted by Cornelius Jansen, representing Shakespeare as a younger man than most of the known portraits of him).

Notes and Queries 1879, November 15, p. 388.
CAINE (T. H. H.). The supernatural in Shakspere.
New Monthly Magazine. London. September, 1879.
The paper on the same subject, mentioned in Jahrbuch XIV, p. 381, 8. v. Supernatural, is by

Miss Edith Coleridge.

CALVERT (George Henry). Shakespeare. A biographic aesthetic study. With portrait. Boston, Cambridge [U. S. printed]: Lee and Shephard, 1879. 16mo. pp. 212.

CARMICHAEL (Charlotte). The Macbeth witches and Skandinavian norns.
The Academy. London. Feb. 8, 1879, p. 127; March 1, 1879, p. 191–192: "Shakspere's weird

sisters', by Karl Blind. Another paper on the same subject, ib. p. 191–92, by Thos. Alfred

Spalding.
For a paper on the same subject, in German, by Karl Blind, see infra: DEUTSCHLAND.

CARTWRIGHT (Nathaniel). The prince and the offered crown. (Hamlet's philosophy. Caesar's dream). London: J. Heywood [Manchester printed, 1879]. 8vo.

A descriptive catalogue of manuscripts, books and relics illustrative of the life and writings of Shakespeare, in the library of W. Harrison, Esq. of Gelligreaves Hall near Blackburn, and Salmesbury Hall near Preston. 1866. 4to.

CATTELL (Charles Cockbill). Shakespeare. Was he a myth? or, what did he write? London: C. Watts, [1878.] 8vo. min. pp. 16.

CLARKE (Charles and Mary Cowden). The Shakespeare key: unlocking the treasures of his style, elucidating the peculiarities of his construction, and displaying the beauties of his expression: forming a companion to The complete Concordance to Shakespeare. London: Sampson Low, Marston and Co., 1879. 8vo. pp. 810.

For a review of the work, see: Athenaeum, No. 2698, July 12, 1879, p. 43.

CLARKE (Charles and Mary Cowden). The Shakespeare key, etc. New York: Scribner and Walford, 1879. 8vo.

CLARKE (Mary Cowden). The girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. A new edition, condensed by S. Novello. With illustrations from pictures by T. F. Dicksie and W. S. Herrick. London: Bickers and Son, 1879. 8vo. pp. VI, 456.

CLARKE (Mary Cowden). [Shakespeare, a poem]. Written at dawn, on the 23d of April, 1869.

Robinson's Epitome of Literature. Philadelphia. Vol. III, No. 11, June 1, 1879, p. 87.

CLARKE (Hyde). Julius Caesar, Act I, sc. 3, 1. 128–29: 'Its fauors, like the work we have in hand.'

Notes and Queries 1880, April 24, p. 333; Aug. 21, p. 143—44, by R. R.

COLERIDGE (Sam. Taylor). [A copy of Theobald's Shakespeare, 8 vols. 8vo., 1773, with copious MS. 'notes by Coleridge, has been obtained by the British Museum at the sale of the library of the late Prof. Joseph Henry Green (at Sotheby's, July 27 and foll

. days) in August 1880. COLLIER (J. Payne). Another tragedy by Shakspeare. [4 Warning for

. A Fair Women, 1599).

Athenaeum, No. 2677, Feb. 15, 1879, p. 216; No. 2678, Feb. 22, 1879, p. 248, by J. W. M. Gibbs, and another note by F. S. Ellis; No. 2679, Mar. 1, 1879, p. 279, by J. Payne Collier.

COLLIER (J. Payne). Early and unknown mention of Hamlet [in a MS. list of books dated 1595, among papers belonging to the Trevelyan family; and in Sir Thomas Smith's Voyage and entertainment in Russia, 1605.]

The Antiquary. London. Vol. I, No. 1, January 1880, p. 46.
COLLINS (Frances). Shakspeare's tomb.

Athenaeum, No. 2685, April 12, 1879, p. 470.
Collins (J. Churton). Shakespeare a prose-writer.
The Gentleman's Magazine. London. December, 1880.

COLQUHOUN (Sir Patrik). The authorship of the Shaksperian drama. ["Shakespeare did not write the works attributed to him, he purchased these plays, and died in good circumstances, the result of commercial enterprise, while the real authors, without exception, died in penury.'] Report of a lecture delivered at a meeting of the Roy. Society of Literature.

Daily Telegraph. London. May 23, 1879. - Birmingham Daily Gazette, May 23, 1879.
CONINGTON (John). Lectures on King Lear and Hamlet.

Miscellaneous writings by John Conington. London 1872. 8vo. pp. 74—137.
CONWAY (Moncure D.). The pound of flesh.
The Nineteenth Century. London. May, 1880. Athenaeum, No. 2760, Sept. 18, 1880, p. 380,

by G. L. Gomme; No. 2761, Sept. 25, 1880, p. 410, by Alfred Nutt.
C[osens] (F. W.). A Catalan' Romeo and Juliet. [Las Esposallas de la

‘ Morta, à tragedy in the Catalan dialect by Señor Balaguer, founded upon Bandello's novel. À portion of the balcony scene is translated from, or, as the author writes “inspired' by Shakespeare].

Athenaeum, No. 2703, Aug. 16, 1879, p. 221,

CRAWFURD (Oswald). "The melancholy Jaques' [in As You Like It. On the pronunciation of the name in Shakespeare's time].

Athenaeum, No. 2752, July 28, 1880, p. 115. — No. 2753, July 31, 1880, p. 146, by Grant Allen and by B. Nicholson. - No. 2755, Aug. 14, 1880, by O. Crawfurd, and by Frank A. Marshall.

No. 2756, Aug. 21, 1880, by Grant Allen, and by J. T. - No. 2758, Sept. 4, 1880, papers by 0. Crawfurd, B. Nicholson, J. Standish Haly, and by A. B. G.

CROSBY (Joseph). [A list of Shakespearean notes, etc. contributed by him to various literary journals.]

Henry VIII, Act I, sc. 3: 'Held current music'.

New York Nation. May 1, 1873.
Macbeth, Act I, sc. 3: Aroint thee, witch'.

Notes and Queries. London. Feb. 28, 1874.

Some peculiarities of Shakespeare's editors and commentators. Essay on Shakespeare's puns.

vibliopolist. New York. June, 1875.
As You Like It, Act IV, sc. 3: 'Chewing the food of sweet and bitter fancy'.
Much Ado about Nothing, Act IV, sc. 2: ‘B fellow that has had losses'.
King Lear, Act IV, sc. 6: 'To say I and no to everything.'

Two Gentlemen of V., Act II, sc. 3: “Cry aim!''Give aim', etc.; Note on 'Launce'.

Errors in Knight's editions of Shakespeare.
On an early copy of Henry IV.

Bibliopolist. August, 1875.

On some curious and obsolete words and expressions in Shakespeare, still preserved in the United States.

Bibliopolist. October, 1875.

Cymbeline, Act I, sc. 6: Twinn'd stones upon the numbered beach'. Ibid. ‘Rich crop of sea and land'.

King Lear, Act VII, sc. 2: Thou changed and selfcovered thing, for shame!'.

Notes and Queries. Sept. 2, 1876.
Cymbeline, Act IV, sc. 2: Defect of judgment is oft the cause of fear'.

Bibliopolist.' October, 1876.
Winter's Tale, Act I, sc. 2: 'Affection! thy intention stabs the centre'.
Cymbeline, Act V, sc. 4: "Take no stricter render of me than my all'.

Bibliopolist.' December, 1876.
Hamlet, Act II, sc. 1: 'Cry out on the top of question'.
As You Like It, Act II, sc. 7: thereby hangs a tale'.
K. Lear, Act III, sc. 7: 'All cruels else subscribed'.
Timon of Athens, Act I, sc. 2: ‘Like madness is the glory of this life'.

As You Like It, Act III, sc. 2: (graff it with a medlar'; Ibid. On Touchstone; Ibid. Act II, sc. 4: “O Jupiter, how weary are my spirits'.

Bibliopolist. February, 1877.

Romeo and Juliet. Defence of the character of Mercutio. Troilus and Cressida, Act III, sc. 3: 'One touch of nature'.

Bibliopolist. Ápril, 1877.
Tempest, Act II, sc. 1: "She that from whom we all were sea-swallow'd'.
Notes and Queries. June 30, 1877.

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