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Several Editions of Shakespear's Plays,

whether separate or together, made use of, and collated for this Edition by Mr. Pope and Mr. Warburton.

M R , William Shakespear's Comedies, Histories

M and Tragedies, publish'd according to the
Original Copies. the first Edition in Folio, 1623.

The second Impression in Folio, of 1632.
The Third Impression in Folio, of 1664.

A Midsummer Night's dreame. As it hath been sundry Times publikely acted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. Written by William Shakespeare. Imprinted at London for Thomas Fisher, and are to be loulde at his Shoppe at the Signe of the White Hart in Fleetstreete, 1600. (Quarto.)

The same. Printed by James Roberts, 1600. (Quarto.)

A most pleafaunt and excellent conceited Comedic of Syr John Falstaffe, and the merry Wives of Windfor. Entermixed with fundrie variable and pleasing humors of Syr High the Welch Knight,

Justice Justice Shallow, and his wise Cousin M. Slender. With the swaggering Vaine of Auncient Pistoll, and Corporall Nym. By William Shakespeare. As it hath · bene divers times acted by the right Honourable my Lord Chamberlain's Servants : both before her Majestie, and elsewhere. London : Printed by T. C. for Arthur Johnson, and are to be sold at his Shop in Powles Churchyard at the Signe of the Flower de Leuse and the Crowne, 1602. (Quarto.)

A most pleasant and excellent conceited Comedy of Sir John Falstoffe, and the Merry Wives of Wind. for, with the swaggering Vain of Ancient Pistol and Corporal Nym. printed for Arthur Johnson,' ļ619, Quarto.

The Merry Wives of Windsor. With the Humours of Sir John Falstaffe ; as also the swaggering Vaine of Ancient Piftoll, and Corporal Nym. Written by William Shakespeare, newly corrected. London : Printed by T. H. for R. Meigben, and are to be sold at his Shop, next to the Middle Temple Gate, and in St. Dunstan's Churchyard in Fleetstreet, 1630. (Quarto.)

Mucb adoe about Nothing. As it hath been sundrie times publickly acted by the right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. Written by William Shakespeare. London: Printed by V. S. for Andrew Wise and William Aspley, 1600. (Quarto.)

The excellent History of the Merchant of Venice, with the extream Cruelty of Shylock the Jew toward the faid Merchant, in cutting a just Pound of his Flesh, and the obtaining of Portia by the choice of three Caskets. Printed by J. Roberts, 1600, Quarto.

Another Edition of the same, printed by J. R. for Tho. Heyes, in the same Year (the 36th of his Age.) d 4

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The excellent History of the Merchant of Venice. With the extream Cruelty of Slylock the Jew; and the obtaining of Portia by the Choice of three Caskets. As it hath been sundry times publikely acted by the King's Majesties Servants at the Globe. Written by W. Shakespeare. Newly corrected, augmented, and amended. London: printed by R. Foung for John Smethrecke, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstans Churchyard in Fleet-street, under the Dyall, 1637. (Quarto.)

A pleasant conceited Comedy called Loves Lahour lojt, as it was presented before her Highness this last Chrismas, newly corrected and augmented by William Shakespear. Imprinted at London by W. W. for Cuibert Burley, 1598.

Love's Labcur's loft. A wittie and pleasant Comedie ; as it was acted by his Majesties Servants at the Black-Friers and the Globe. Written by William Shakespeare. London : Printed by W. S. for John Smethwicke, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstones Churchyard under the Diall, 1631. (Quarto.)

A pleasant conceited History called The Taming of a Shrew, as it hath been sundry times acted by the Right Honourable the Earl of Pembroke his Servants. Printed at London by V. S. for Nich. Ling, 1607. There is scarce a line of this the fame with the present Play, yet the Plot and Scenary scarce differ at all from it. I shou'd think it not written by Shakespear ; but there are some Speeches (in one or two Scenes only ) the fame : And we have there the conclusion of the Play, which is manifestly wanting in all the subsequent Editions, as well as the latter part of the last Act, manifestly better, and clear of that impertinent Prolixity whicla is in the common Editions.

A witty and pleasant Comedie called, The Tama ing of the Shrew. As it was acted by his Majefties Servants at the Blacke-Friers and the Globe. Written by Will. Shakespeare, London: Printed by W. S. for John Smethwicke, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstones Churchyard under the Diall, 1631. (Quarto.)

Mr. William Shakespear his true Cronicle History of the Life and Death of King Lear and his three Daughters, with the unfortunate Life of Edgar Son and Heir to the Earl of Gloucester, and his fullen and assumed humour of Tom a Bedlam. As it was play'd before the King's Majesty at Whitehall upor St. Stephens Night in Christmas Holydays. By His Majesty's Servants playing usually at the Globe on the Bankside. Printed for Nath. Butler, 1608.

Mr. William Shakespeare, his true Chronicle History of the Life and Death of King Lear and his three Daughters. With the Unfortunate Life of Edgar, Sonne and Heire to the Earle of Glocester, and . his fullen assumed humour of Tom of Bedlam. As it was plaid before the King's Majesty ar Whit-ball upon S. Stephens night, in Christmas Hollidaies. By his Majesties Servants, playing usually at the Globe on the Bank-ide. London, Printed by Jane Bell, and are to be sold at the East-end of Christ-church, 1655. (Quarto.)

The first part of the troublesome Reign of John King of England, with the Discovery of Richard Cordelion's. Base Son, vulgarly call'd the Bastard Fawconbridge. Also the Death of King John at SwinsteadAbbey; as it was sundry times publiquely acted by the Queen's Majesty's Players in the honourable Citty of London. Imprinted at London for Sampfon Clarke, fold at his Shop the Back-fide of the Royal Exchange, 1591, (Quarto.)

The

Raigne of Yound second para 1591. (Quad-Abbey.

The second part of the troublesome Reign of Fobn King of England, conteyning the Death of Arthur Plantagenet, the landing of Lewis, and the poysoning of King John at Swinstead-Abbey. As it was &c. Imprinted &c. 1591. (Quarto.)

The first and second part of the troublesome Raigne of John King of England. With the discoverie of King Richard Cordelion's Base Sonne (vulgarly named, the Bastard Fawconbridge :) also, the Death of King John at Swinstead-Abbey. As they were (sundry times) lately acted by the Queenes Majesties Players. Written by W. Sh. Imprinted at London by Valentine Simnies for Jobn Helme, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunjons Churchyard in Fleetestreet, 1611. (Quarto.)

The Same. As they were (sundry times) lately acted. Written by W. Shakespeare. London, Printed by Aug. Mathewes for Thomas Dewe, and are to be fold at his Shop in St. Dunstones Churchyard in Fleetestreet, 1622. (Quarto.)

The Tragedy of King Richard the Second, as it hath been publickly acted by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlain his Servants. By Willian Shakespear. Printed by Valentine Simms for Modrow Wife, 1598. (the 34th Year of Shakespear's Age.)

The Same, with new Additions, of the Parliament Scene, and the deposing of King Richard. As it hath been lately acted by the King's Majesty's Servants at the Globe. By W. Shakespear. Printed by W. W. for Matthew Law, 1608, and again. 1615. · The Life and Death of King Richard the Second. With new Additions of the Parliament Scene, and the Deposing of King Richard. As it hath beene ácted by the King's Majesties Servants, at the Globe.

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