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mona, Anna (Richard III.). Frl. von Laube und Dingelstedt anzunehMondthal Ophelia.

men, am Stadttheater von Laube.) Thorn (Stadttheater). Der Wider- (Ringtheater). Siehe Meiningen, Gastspenstigen Zähmung. 10./7. 79, 7./10.

spiele. 80. Romeo und Julia. 26.7. 79.

Wiesbaden (Königliche Schauspiele). Trier (Stadttheater). Der Widerspen

Viel Lärm um Nichts. (Holtei). 20./9.,

Der 27./10. 79, 13.4., 9./11. 80.

Deinstigen Zähmung. (Baudissin

Sommernachtstraum. (Schlegel). 2./11., hardtstein). 2./12. 79. (Catharina

5. 12. 79. Frl. Baisson als Gast).

Hamlet. (Schlegel). 3./12. Othello.

79. 11./12. 79. Der Kaufinann von Ve

Das Wintermärchen. (Dingelnedig. (Schlegel). 11./1, 80.

Antonius und stedt). 26./12. 79.

Ein Wintermärchen. (Dingelstedt). 19.2.

Cleopatra. (Dingelstedt). 24. 2., 16.3.,

4./5., 22./6., 2./11. 80. — Othello. (West). 80.

28.2. 80. Romeo und Julia. (SchleWeimar (Großherzogliches Hoftheater). Der Kaufmann von Venedig. 11.9.

gel). 3./3. 80.

Der Widerspenstigen

Zähmung. (Schlegel – Deinhardstein). 79. Was ihr wollt. 20./11., 1./12. 11.3. 80. (Catharina Frau Wil79. Romeo und Julia. 23. 1., 17.3. brandt-Baudius als Gast). Richard 80. Macbeth. 22./2. 80.

Richard

III. (Schlegel). 12./4. 80. (Morisson III. 4./3., 11./3. 80. König Lear.

als Gast). 10./8. 80. (Kober als Gast). 17./5. 80. Der Widerspenstigen - Der Kaufmann von Venedig: (SchleZähmung. 30./9. 80. — Othello. 27. 10.

gel). 13./5., 5./10. 80. Was ihr wollt. 80. - Der Sommernachtstraum. 13. 11.,

19./5., 28./10. 80. Hauptrollen: 27./11. 80. Erfurt (Gastspiel). Was Reubke – Claudio, Lysander, Ocihr wollt. 21./11. 79. Der Wider

tavius Cäsar, Cassio, Romeo. Beck spenstigen Zähmung. 8./10. 80.

- Benedict, Demetrius, Hamlet, LeonOthello. 22./10. 80. Eisenach. (Gast

tes, Antonius, Othello, Petruchio, Orspiel). Was ihr wollt. 20./1. 80.

sino. Rathmann — Theseus, LepiDer Widerspenstigen Zähmung. 22./2. dus, Antonio. — Kühns - Don Juan. 80.

- Bethge - Jago. – Köchy - ShyWien (K. K. Hofburgtheater).

Was

lock. Frl. von Ernest Hero, ihr wollt. (Laube). 1./9. 79, 10./3. 80. Hermina, Ophelia, Octavia. Frl. - Hamlet. 8./9., 1./11. 79, 12./2., 10./4., Wolff – Beatrice, Helena, Hermione, 9./9., 1./11. 80. Viel Lärm um Nichts. Cleopatra , Porzia, Olivia. Frl. (Holtei). 19./9., 2./10., 29./12. 79, 29./1.,

Hermann

Puck, Perdita. - Frl. 30./6. 80.

Das Wintermärchen. Widmann Paulina. Frl. Sal(Dingelstedt). 5./10. 79, 13./2., 31./10. dern Desdemona, Julia. - Frl. 80. König Lear. 16./10., 21./10., Bruckmüller Viola - Sebastian, 9./11., 8./12. 79, 25./1., 21./11. 80.

Hero. Macbeth. (Dingelstedt). (Dingelstedt). 1.12. 79,

Wittenberg (Sommertheater). Siehe 23./8. 80. Richard II. (Dingelstedt). Annaberg 1./1., 7./1. 80. Heinrich IV., I. Theil. (Dingelstedt). 2./1. 80.

Heinrich IV.,

Würzburg (Stadttheater). Romeo und II. Theil. (Dingelstedt). 3./1. 80.

Julia. 15./10. 79.

Viel Lärm um

Nichts. 30./10. 79. Was ihr wollt. Heinrich V. (Dingelstedt). 4./1. 80. Heinrich VI., I. Theil. (Dingelstedt).

3./1. 80. - Der Widerspenstigen Zäh5./1. 80. Heinrich VI., II. Theil.

mung. 21./1. 80. (Dingelstedt). 6./1. 80. Romeo und Zerbst (Stadttheater). Othello. (SchleJulia. (Förster). 13./6., 10./10., 1./12.

gel Tieck). 3./12. 80. Der Kaufmann von Venedig. Zwickau Cöthen (Stadttheater). Der 21./6., 14./9., 27./11. 80. (Stadt- Kaufmann von Venedig. 4./7., 10.7., theater). Othello. 24.15., 25./9. 28./9. 20./10., 26./10. 79. Othello. 15./9. 79. Der Kaufmann von Venedig. 79. – Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung. 2./11. 79, 9./1., 21./2. 80. Der Wider- (Deinhardtstein). 19.2. 80. (Petruchio spenstigen Zähmung. 10.2., 14.2. 80. Dettmer als Gast).

Romeo und Hamlet. 28./5. 80. (NB. Beim Burg- Julia. (Schlegel Devrient). 7./3. theater sind zumeist die Bearbeitungen 80. (Julia - Frl. Ellmenreich als Gast).

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Nach vorstehender Statistik gelangten demnach vom 1. Juli 1879 bis 31. De-
cember 1880 durch 133 Bühnengesellschaften 27 Shakespearesche Werke in 1039
Vorstellungen zur Aufführung und vertheilen sich diese wie folgt:
Hamlet.

139 mal von 69 Bühnengesellschaften
Othello
Der Kaufmann von Venedig .
Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung
Der Sommernachtstrau
Das Wintermärchen

(darunter 29 an 8 Örten von den Meiningern)
Romeo und Julia

66 mal von 41 Bühnengesellschaften Julius Cäsar.

(darunter 32 an 8 Örten von den Meiningern) Viel Lärm um Nichts

46 mal von 21 Bühnengesellschaften Was ihr wollt

(darunter 13 an 5 Örten von den Meiningern)
König Lear .

40 mal von 22 Bühnengesellschaften
Richard III.
Macbeth.

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Heinrich IV., I. Theil
Antonius und Cleopatra
Cymbelin .
Richard II.
Die Comödie der Irrungen
König Heinrich IV., II. Theil
Wie es euch gefällt.
König Heinrich V.
Maaß für Maaß
König Johann
König Heinrich VI., I. Theil.
Der Sturm.
Die lustigen Weiber v. Windsor
König Heinrich VI., II. Theil

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Die 'Wiederspenstige' gelangte in der Bearbeitung Holbeins als 'Liebe kann Alles' an folgenden Orten zur Aufführung: Achim, Breslau (Familienverein) 2 mal, Calbe an der Saale, Cöthen, Hamburg (Nationaltheater) 2 mal, (Tivolitheater) 2 mal, Holzminden, Kempten, Münster, Otterndorf, Paderborn, Posen (Volkstheater), Potsdam (Thaliatheater), Regensburg, Schönebeck, Strelno.

Armin Wechsung.

Shakespeare-Bibliographie

1879 und 1880.

(Mit Nachträgen zur Bibliographie seit 1864 in Band I, II, III, V, VI, VIII, X,

XII und XIV des Jahrbuches.)

Von

Albert Cohn.

Es wird in Erinnerung gebracht, daß die ‘Bibliographie' Recensionen und Anzeigen von Büchern, Theaterberichte, bildliche Darstellungen und inusikalische Werke im allgemeinen nicht verzeichnet. Nur ausnahmsweise finden Arbeiten dieser Art Aufnahme.

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A NEW VARIORUM EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE. Edited by Horace Howard Furness. Vol. V. King Lear. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1880. 8vo. pp. VI, 503.

'The attempt is here made to present, on the same page with the text, all the various readings

of the different editions of King Lear, from the earliest quarto to the latest critical edition of the play, together with all the notes and comments thereon which the editor has thought worthy of preservation, not only for the purpose of elucidating the text, but at times as illustrations of the history of Shakespearian criticism .... In this edition the text of the first folio has been virtually followed Where the folio is clearly defective the quartos have

been called in aid.' Preface. Appendix: The text. Date of the composition. The source of the plot. Duration of the

action. Insanity. English criticisms. Actors. Costume. German criticisms. Victor Hugo. Nahum Tate's version. List of editions collated in the textual notes. Bibliography of King Lear [the English portion prepared by J. Parker Norris]. - Index to

some of the more important notes, and to the appendix. A review, by Richard Grant White, appeared in: The Atlantic Monthly. Boston. July, 1880.

SHAKESPEARE'S Works. Edited with a scrupulous revision of the text, by Mary Cowden Clarke. With illustrations and portrait by Droeshout. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1876. Roy. 8vo. pp. (I), LXI, 1002, (I).

THE COMPLETE DRAMATIC AND POETIC WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, with a life of the poet and notes original and selected. [Edited by 0. W. B. Peabody.] With portrait [the Chandos). 8 vols. New York: World publishing house, 1877. 8vo.

Republished from the edition in 7 vols, Boston: Hilliard, Gray and Co. 1836. The text is based

on the first folio, the notes and life on Singer's edition, 1826.

THE PLAYS AND POEMS OF SHAKESPEARE. With 170 illustrations from designs by eminent artists. Edited by A. J. Valpy. 15 vols. With portraits. Philadelphia: Gebbie and Barrie, 1878 [1877]. 8vo. min.

A reprint with insignificant changes of the original edition, London 1832—34, from the same

plates as those used in the edition, London 1857. [Mr. Hubbard's catalogue.]

THE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE. Carefully prepared from the earliest and more modern editions. Selected, where commentators have differed as to the sense of obscure or doubtfull passages, from those readings which the ablest critics believe to be the most Shakespearean and best suited to a popular edition. With illustrations and a portrait. New York: T. O'Kane, (1878]. Roy. 8vo. pp. 357.

THE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. From the text of Clark and Wright. With a copious glossary (by J. M. Jephson) and an index to the characters in each play.

American edition. New York: T. J. Crowell [Boston, Mass. printed, 1879]. 8vo. pp. VI. 1097.

William SHAKESPEARE'S COMPLETE WORKS, collated and compared with the editions of Hall, Knight, Collier and others. With life by Charles Knight. Illustrated from original drawings, chiefly portraits in character, of American actors. Philadelphia: W. T. Amies, (1879). 4to. pp. 1468.

THE AMERICAN SHAKESPEARE, from the original text, collected and compared with the editions of Halliwell, Knight and Collier. With historical and critical introduction and notes to each play, and life by Charles Knight. With portraits in character of American actors. New York: H. J. Johnson, 1879. 8vo. [Published in 56 parts.]

(Works]. Handy-volume Shakespeare. New York: A. Cogswell and Co., 1880. 13 vol. 24mo., in case.

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Handy-Valpy edition. 15 vols in 8. New York: R. Worthington, [1880]. 24mo., in case.

The Royal SHAKSPERE. [The plays and poems, arranged in chronological order from the text of Delius, including Edward III and The Two Noble Kinsmen and with an introduction and life by F. J. Furnivall, a revised reprint from the ‘Leopold Shakspere’.] With numerous full-page steel plates from original designs and original wood engravings. Part I. London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co., 1880. 8vo.

THE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKSPERE. Edited by C. Knight. London: Routledge and Sons, [1880]. 8vo. pp. 764.

Forming part of the Excelsior Series'.

THE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Edited from the best texts, with a glossary. London: Kent, 1880. 12 vols. 32mo., in case.

SAAKSPEARE'S COMPLETE WORKS. With life and glossary by W. M. Rossetti. London: Ward and Lock, 1880. 8vo.

THE HAMNET SHAKSPERE: according to the first folio (spelling modernised). Edited by Allan Park Paton. Volume the first. I. The tragedy of Macbeth. II. The tragedy of Hamlet. III. The tragedy of Cymbeline. Iỹ. The life of Timon of Athens. V. The Winter's Tale. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Co. [Greenock printed], 1879. 8vo.

Each play published separately, viz. [Part I]. (Hamnet edition.) The tragedy of Macbeth: according to the first folio (spelling modernised). With remarks on Shakspere's use of capital letters in his manuscript. And a few notes. By Allan Park Paton. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Co., 1877. pp. XIX, 72 and 18.

[Part II]. (Hamnet edition.) The tragedy of Hamlet, prince of Denmark: according to the first folio (spelling modernised). With further remarks on the emphasis-capitals of Shakspere. By Allan Park Paton. Edinburgh: Ed. monston and Co., 1878. pp. XXXV, 106.

Part III. The tragedy of Cymbeline: according to the first folio (spelling modernised). With lists of such of the emphasis-capitals of Shakspere in this play, as were omitted by each of the second, third and fourth folios; and of new emphasis-capitals shewn by it in each of these. Also a few remarks on the consideration due to such emphasis-capitals as may be found in obscure passages. By Allan Park Paton. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Co., 1879. p. XXXIV, 106.

Part IV. The life of Timon of Athens: according to the first folio (spelling modernised). With tables shewing the number of emphasis-capitals lost and gained by each of Shakspere's plays, under each of the second, third and fourth folios. And a few interim remarks upon the facts these tables present and the questions they suggest. By Allan Park Paton. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Co., 1879. pp. XXXVII, 1 p. not numbered and 72 pages.

Part V. The Winters Tale: according to the first folio (spelling modernised). With introduction and relative lists. By Allan Park Paton. Edinburg: Edmonston and Co. London: Hamilton, Adams and Co., 1879. pp. LIX, 93.

Macbeth and Hamlet have been noticed before, see: Jahrbuch XIV, p. 367.
On Mr. Paton's theory, that the capitals in the first folio are Shakespeare's own, see: The Aca-

demy, Feb. 14, 1880, p. 118.

THE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE. Edited by the late Rev. Alexander Dyce. With notes, copious glossary and the Droeshout and Stratford portraits. New edition. Vol. I. II. III. London: Bickers and Son, 1880. 8vo.

In this edition the notes are placed at the foot of the pages, instead of at the end of each play,

as in the former editions.

SHAKSPEARE'S DRAMATIC WORKS. Illustrated by Frank Howard. New edition. London: Nelsons, (1879]. 8vo.

SHAKSPEARE'S PLAYS. Edited by Steevens and Malone, with a biographical sketch and glossary. New edition. Edinburgh: Nimmo and Bain, 1880. 8vo. pp. 960.

SHAKSPERE-QUARTO FACSIMILES.

No. 1. Shakspere's Hamlet: the first quarto, 1603, a facsimile in photolithography by William Griggs, with forewords by Frederick J. Furnivall. London: Publisht by W. Griggs, [1880). 4to. pp.XII, 64.

No. 2. Shakspere's Hamlet: the second quarto, 1604, a facsimile in photolithography by William Griggs, with forewords by Frederick J. Furnivall. London: Publisht by W. Griggs, [1880). 4to. pp. XX, 100. This issue has given rise to a correspondence between Mr. J. 0. Halliwell-Phillipps and Mr.

Robert Browning, the president of the New Shakspere Society, which has been published by Mr. Halliwell-Phillipps, in February 1881 (7 pages folio), in defence against certain remarks in Mr. Furnivall’s ‘forewords'. A pamphlet by Mr. Furnivall: “The “Co.” of Pigsbrook & Co.', dated Febr. 8, 1881, 8 pages 8vo., is a reply to Mr. Halliwell-Phillipps. See also: The Athenaeum, No. 2780, Feb. 5, p. 201; No. 2783, Feb. 26, p. 301; No. 2784, March 5, p. 333, by B. Nicholson; No. 2785, March 12, p. 367; No. 2786, March 19, p. 397—98; No. 2787, March 26, p. 429; No. 2788, Apr. 2, p. 461.

No. 3. Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. The first quarto, 1600: a fac-simile in photo-lithography, by William Griggs, with an introduction by J. W. Ebsworth. London: W. Griggs, 1880. 4to. pp. XXII, 1 leaf and pp. 63.

No. 4. Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. The second quarto, 1600: a fac-simile in photo-lithography, by William Griggs, with an introduction by J. W. Ebsworth. London: W. Griggs, 1880. 4to. pp. XXIV, 63. On the above four facsimile - reprints see: an article by Edward Dowden, in: The Academy,

Oct. 16, 1880.

No. 5. Shakspere's Loves Labors Lost: the first quarto, 1598, a facsimile in photo-lithography by William Griggs, with forewords by Frederick J. Furnivall. London: Publisht by W. Griggs, [1880). 4to. pp. XVI, 75.

SELECT PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE (Clarendon-press series). Coriolanus, edited with indroduction and notes, by William Aldis Wright. Oxford: Clarendon press, 1879. 8vo. min. pp. 300. SELECT PLAYS

OF SHAKESPEARE (Clarendon press series). The tragedy of King Richard the third. Edited by William Aldis Wright. Oxford: Clarendon press, 1880. 8vo. min. pp. 400.

SELECT PLAYS OF SHAKSPERE (Rugby edition, for the use of Rugby school). King Henry the fifth. Edited by C. E. Moberly. Rugby: Billington, 1880. 12mo. pp. 130. Jahrbuch XVI.

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