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A LIST OF THE

OLD EDITIONS

OF

SHAKESPEARE's PLA Y S.

Those in Quarto marked with Asterisks are in no for

mer Tables. I know no one who has seen those in che Italick Characters, but find them in Mr. Pope's and Mr. Theobald's Lists, and in Dr. Warburton's, which is compiled from them.

I.

1. Midsummer Night's Dream, William Shake

speare, 1600. 2. DO. William Shakespeare, 1600, James Roberts.

II.

1. Merry Wives of Windsor, William Shakespeare,

1602. T. C. for Arthur Johnson. 2. Do. William Shakespeare, 1619, for Do. 3. Do. William Shakespeare, 1630, T. H. for R.

Meighen.

III.

Much Ado about Nothing, William Shakespeare,

1600, V. S. for Andrew Wise and William Aspley.

IV.

1. Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare, 1600.

J. K. for Thomas Heyes. 2. W. Shakespeare, 1600, J. Roberts. 3. Do. William Shakespeare, 1637, M. P. for Lau

rence Hayes. 4. Do. William Shakespeare, 1652, for William

Leake.

V. 1. Love's

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si Love's Labour Loft, William Shakespeare, 1598,

W.W. for Cuthbert Burley: 2. D°. William Shakespeare, 1631, W. S. for Joha

Smethwicke.

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1. Taming of the Shrew, 1607, V.S. for Nich. Ling, 2. Do. Will. Shakespeare, 1631, W. S, - for John

Smethwicke. 1. King Lear, William Shakespeare, 1608, for Na.

thaniel Butter. 2. Do, William Shakespeare, 1608, for Do, 3. Do. William Shakespeare, 1655, Jane Bell. 1. King John, 2 Parts, 1591, for Sampson Clarke. 2. Do W. Sh. 1611, Valentine Simmes, for John

Helme. 3. Do. W. Shakespeare, 1622, Aug. Mathewes, for

Thomas Dewe. 1. Richard II. William Shakespeare, 1598, Valen

tine Simmes, for Andrew Wise. 2. Do. W. Shakespeare, 1608, W. W. for Mathew

Law. 3. Do. William Shakespeare, 1615, for Mathew Law.

4. D°. William Shakespeare, 1634, John Norton. ri. Henry IV. First Part, 1598, P. S. for Andrew

Wise. 2. Do. W. Shakespeare, 1599, S. S. for Do. 3. Do. 1604. 4. Do. 1608, for Mathew Law. 5. Do. W. Shakespeare, 1613, W. W. for Do. 6. Do, William Shakespeare, 1622, T. P. fold

by D°. . 7. D°. William Shakespeare, 1632, John Norton,

fold by William Sheares. 8. Do, William Shakespeare, 1639, John Norton,

sold by Hugh Perry. Henry IV. Second Part, William Shakespeare,

1600, V. S. for Andrew Wife and William

Aspley.
D. 16oo. Do.

XII. 1. Henry

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XII.

1. Henry V. 1600. Tho. Crede, for T. Millington.
2. Do, 1602, Thomas Creede, for Thomas

Pavier.
3. Do. 1658, for T. P.

XIII. XIV.

1. Henry VI. William Shakespeare, 1600, Va!.

Simmes, for Tho. Millington. 2. Do. William Shakespeare, no Date, W.W.

for T. Millington.

XV.

s 1. Richard III. 1597, Valentine Simmes, for

Andrew Wile. 2. D'. William Shakespeare, 1598, Thomas

Creede, for Do, 3. D'. William Shakespeare, 1602, Thomas

Creede, for Do. 4. Do. William Shakespeare, 1612, Thomas

Creede, fold by Matthew Lawe. 5. D°. William Shakespeare, 1622, Thomas

Purfoot, fold by Do. 6. D°. William Shakespeare, 1629, John Nor

ton, fold by Do. 7. Do. William Shakespeare, 1634, John Nora

ton,

XVI.

Titus Andronicus, 1611, for Edward White,

XVII.

1. Troilus and Cresfida, William Shakespeare,

1609, G. Eld, for R. Bonian and H,

Whalley, with a Preface.
2. D'. 1609, for D'.
3. Do. no Date, Do.

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1. Romeo and Juliet, 1997, John Danter. 2. Do, 1599, Tho.Crede, for Cuthbert Burley. 3. Do. 1609, for John Smethwicke. 4. Do, William Shakespeare, no Date, John

Smethwické. 5. Do. William Shakespeare, 1637, R. Young,

for Do.

XIX. 1. Hamlet,

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1. Hamlet, William Shakespeare, 1605, I. R.

for N. L. 2. D'. William Shakespeare, 1611, for John

Smethwicke. 3. Do. William Shakespeare, no Date, W. S.

for Do. 4. Do, William Shakespeare, 1637, R. Young,

for D.

1. Othello, William Shakespeare, no Date, Tho

mas Walkely.
2. D°. William Shakespeare, 1622, N, O, for

Thomas Walkely.
XX.

3. Do. William Shakespeare, 1630, A. M. for

Richard Hawkins. 4. D°. William Shakespeare, 1655, for William

Leake. * Of all the other Plays, the only authentick Edition is

the Folio of 1623, from which the subsequent Folios Never vary but by Accident or Negligence,

FOLIO EDITIONS

I. Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Published according to the true original Copies. 1623. Fol. Isaac Jaggard and Ed. Blount.

II. Do. 1632. Fol. Tho. Cotes, for Rob. Allot.
III. Do. 1664. Fol. for P.Č.

IV. Do. 1685. Fol, for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, and R. Bentley

EDITIONS of SHAKESPEARE'S POEMS.
I. Shakespeare's Poems, 1609, 4to.
II. Do. no Date, 8vo. for Bernard Lintot.
III. Do. 1640. 8vo. Tho. Cotes, fold by John Benson.

IV. Paffionate Pilgrim, Poems by Do. 1599, 8vo. small, for W. Jaggard, fold by W. Leake.

V. Rape of Lucrece, a Poem, 1594, 4to. Richard Field, for John Harrison.

VI. Do. 1598, 8vo. P. S. for Do.
VII. Do. 1607, 8vo. N. 0. for De.
VIII. Venus and Adonis, a Poem, 1620, 8vo. for J. P.

PLAYS PLAYS ascribed to SHAKE SPEARE, either by the

Editors of the Two later Folios, or by the Compilers of ancient Catalogues.

1. Arraignment of Paris, 1584, Henry Marsh.

2. Birth of Merlin, 1662, Tho. Johnson, for Francis Kirk. man and Henry Marsh,

3. Edward III. 1596, for Cuthbert Burby. 2. 1599. Simon Stafford, for Do.

4. Fair Em", 1631, for John Wright,
5. Locrine, 1595, Thomas Creede.
6. London Prodigal, 1605.

7. Merry Devil of Edmonton, 1608, Henry Ballard, for Arthur Johnson. 2. 1617. G. Eld, for Do, 1626, A. M. for Francis Falkner. 4. 1631. T. P. for Do. 5. 1655, for W. Gilbertson.

8. Mucedorus, 1598, for William Jones. 2. 1610, for Do. 3: 1615. N. O. for Do. 4. 1639, for John Wright. 5. No Date, for Francis Coles. 6. -1668, E. O. for Do.

9. Pericles, 1609, for Henry Gosson. 2. 1619, for T. P. 3. 1630. J. N. for R. B. 4. 1635. Tho. Cotes,

10. Puritan, 1607, G. Eld.. II. Sir John Oldcastle, 1600, for T. P. 12. Thomas Lord Cromwell, 1613. Tho. Snodham.

13. Two Noble Kinsmen, 1634, Tho. Cotes, for Joho Waterson.

14. Yorkshire Tragedy, 1619, for Ț. P,

• Fair Em.

In Mr. Garrick's Collection, is a Volume, formerly belonging to King Charles I. which is lettered on the Back, SHAKESPEARE, Vol. 1. This Vol. consists of Three Plays, viz. Fair Em, The Merry Devil, &c. and Mucedorus. There is no other Authority for ascribing Fair Em to our Author. STE E VENS.

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