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STAUNTON, folio, hf. calf gilt, red edges, £3. 10$ 760 SCOTT'S (Sir W.) Life of NAPOLEON, with a

Day of Son, 1866 Preliminary View of the French Revolution, THE


and the various Readings in different Editions, by engravings on steel from pictures by J. M. W. TURNER, W. G. Clark, and T. Aldis Wright, Librarian thick impl. 8vo. cloth, 12s

1847 Trinity College, 9 vols. 8vo. hf. calf extra, £4. 108 761 SCOTT'S (Sir W.) PROVINCIAL ANTIQUITIES,

Cambridge, 1863-7 and Picturesque Scenery in Scotland, 52 fine engrav

778 SHAKESPEARE'S DRAMATIC WORKS, with the ings after the best masters, original impressions,

Illustrations of various Commentators, and Notes by LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. folio in one, hf. morocco, gilt

Johnson and STEEVENS, with Life, History of the leaves, £5. 58 (pub. £158 158)


Stage, Glossary, &c. by REED, 15 vols. 8vo. old tree The engravings in this interesting work are from Paintings by calf gilt, FINE SOUND COPY, £2. 15s

1793 Turner, Callcott, and Blore; engraved by Cooke, Lizars, Le Keux, This is known as “Steevens' Own Edition," and is generally Woolnoth, Finden, and others.

considered to be one of the most accurate editions published


and Biography, with Studies of Shakespeare, TIONS and Illustrations of Seven Hundred Passages Knight's NATIONAL EDITION, with many hundred, in Shakspeare's Plays, which have afforded abundant beautiful wood engravings, 8 vols. 8vo. hf. bright calf scope for Criticism, and hitherto defied the penetragilt, £3. 3s

1851 tion of all Shakespearian Commentators, portrait, 780 SHAKESPEARE'S DRAMATIC WORKS, with 8vo. cloth, 58 60

1819 Explanatory and Historical Notes, History of the 795 SHAKESPEARE FORGERIES. -Chalmers' Stage, and Life, by Chalmers, large print library (G.) APOLOGY for the Believers in the SHAKSPEARE edition, 8 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, contents lettered, £2. 2s PAPERS, which were exhibited in Norfolk Street, 8vo. 1826 old tree calf gilt, yellow edges, 78


Notes explanatory and critical, by Theobald, portrait (E.) INQUIRY into the Authenticity of certain Misand plates by Vandergucht, 8 vols. 12mo. calf, 108 6d cellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments attributed

1773 (by S. IRELAND) to Shakspeare, Q. Elizabeth, and 782 SHAKESPEARE'S DRAMATIC WORKS and the Earl of Southampton, with facsimiles of the

Poems, Valpy's Cabinet Edition, with Life, Notes, Forged Documents, and of genuine signatures, fc. &c. and 170 outline engravings after the great Eng. 8vo. old tree calf gilt, yellow edges, 78

1796 lish masters, 15 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, ORIGINAL, EDI- 797 SHAKESPEARE JEST BOOKS; being Reprints TION, £1. 168


of the Early Jest Books supposed to have been used 783 SHAKESPEARE'S Plays and Poems, with the by Shakespeare, edited, with Introduction and Notes,

Corrections and Illustrations of various Commenta- by W. C. HAZLITT, uniformly and elegantly printed, tors, a Life of the Poct, an enlarged History of the in 3 vols. fcap. 8vo. hf. bound, 188

1864 Stage by Malone, and new Glossarial Index, edited "This carefully edited series of Elizabethan Jest-Books is a by Boswell, ports. BEST EDITION, 21 vols. 8vo. hf. valuable contribution to our knowledge of the wit and humour of russia gilt, £6. 188


the time when Shakespeare flonrisbed, and a curious example of

the books popular in the sixteenth century. To the English 784 SHAKESPEARE'S HISTORICAL PLAYS (a por- Philologist and Antiquary they are likewise extremely interest

tion of Knight's Pictorial Shakespeare), with several ing. They are very handsomely printed and bound in the Roxhundred beautiful woodcuts, thick roy. 8vo. hf. calf, barghe style, and are altogether among the daintiest volumes of

the modern press. 188

n. d. 798 SHAW'S (H.) Specimens of ANCIENT FURNI785 SHAKESPEARE'S HAMLET, and As You LIKE

TURE, drawn from existing Authorities, 64 plates, IT ; a Specimen of an edition of Shakespeare, edited,

some in colours (no description or title), 4to. hf. with copious Notes, by T. CALDECOTT, roy. 8vo.

bound, £1. 58

1832-5 cloth, SCARCE, 108 6d PRIVATELY PRINTED, 1832 799 SHELLEY'S (P. B.) LIFE, by T. J. Hogg, por786 SHAKESPEARE'S SEVEN Ages, illustrated by

trait, 2 vols. post 8vo. hf. calf neat, 88 6d 1858 STOTIARD, with Letterpress, 8 FINE COLOURED en

800 SIBLY'S (E.) Complete Illustrations of Astrogravings by Bromley from Stothard's original designs,

LOGY, or the Art of Foretelling Future Events and folio, thin boards, 88 6d


Contingencies, with curious engravings, and numerous 787 SHAKESPEARE'S Sonnets, a Photo-Zincogra

plates of Nativities, 2 vols. 4to. hf. calf, 12s 6d 1790 phic Reproduction of the RaRE FIRST EDITION of 801 SIBORNE'S (W.) History of the War in FRANCE 1609, in the possession of the Earl of Ellesmere, sm.

and Belgium in 1815, containing minute Details of 4to, hf, morocco, uncut, £1. 18


the Battles of Quatre-Bras, Waterloo, &c. with me788 SHAKESPEARE.-AYSCOUGH's (S.) Index to

dallion portraits, thick 8vo. cloth, 108

1848 the Remarkable Passages and Words made use of by 802 SILVESTRE, ALPHABET ALBUM,

collection Shakespeare, enlarged edition, roy. 8vo. grained calf,

d'Alphabets Historiés et Fleuronnés, tirés des diverses 128


Bibliothèques de l'Europe, 60 large plates of Orna

mental Alphabets, some coloured, impl. folio, hf. moTIONS to SHAKESPEARE, consisting of 20 very large

rocco, £1. 58 (pub. £3. 38)

Paris, 1843 and fine engravings of interesting and humourous

The most beautiful and interesting series of Ornamental Letscenes from the Tempest, Twelfth Night, Merry Wives, ters ever published. Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, fc. by Bartolozzi, Tom. 803 SIMON'S (J.) Lectures on General Pathology, kins, and others, atlas 4to. hf. bound, £2. 58 n.d.

post 8vo. cloth, 48 6d

1850 790 SHAKESPEARE.-CLARKE's (M. C.) CONCORD- 804 SIMON'S (J.) Reports relating to the Sanitary

ANCE TO SHAKSPEARE, being a verbal index to all Condition of the City of London, 8vo. cioth, 58 6d the passages in the dramatic works of the Poet, impl.

1854 8vo. hf. calf gilt, £1. 58

n.d. 805 SIMONIN'S (L.) UNDERGROUND LIFE; or Mines 791 SHAKESPEARE.-French's (G. R.) SHAKES- and Miners, translated, adapted to the present state of

PEAREANA GENEALOGICA, in 2 parts, with pedigrees, British Mining, and edited by H. W. Bristow, illusthick 8vo, cloth, 108 6d

1869 trated by 160 highly finished engravings on wood, 20 Comprises :-Identification of the dramatis persone in Shakes- maps geologically coloured, and 10 plates of Metals peare's historical plays, from K. John to K. Hen. VIII. ; Notes on

and Minerals executed in chromolithography, thick characters in Macbeth and Hamlet; Notes on persons and places, belonging to Warwickshire, alluded to in several of the plays;

impl. 8vo. hf. bound neat, gilt top, fl. ils 6d 1869 The Shakespeare and Arden Families, and their connections, with 806 SIMS' (R.) INDEX to the PEDIGREES and ARMS

contained in the HERALDS' VISITATIONS, and other 792 SHAKESPEARE.-Howard's (Frank) Spirit

Genealogical MSS. in the British Museum, 8vo. hf. of SHAKSPEARE, 483 spirited outline plates, illustra

calf, SCARCE, £1. 88

1849 tive of the Dramas of our National Bard, 5 vols. 8vo.

807 SMITH'S (Agnes) EASTERN PILGRIMS ; the hj. calf, contents lettered, £2. 2s


Travels of Three Ladies, front. 8vo. new hf. calf gilt, The above are original impressions of these beautiful compositions, which are adapted for illustrating all octavo editions of

98 6d

1870 Shakspeare.

808 SMITH'S (J. and H.) REJECTED ADDRESSES, or 793 SHAKESPEARE.-SEYMOUR'S (E.) REMARKS the New Theatrum Poetarum, with portraits and

on SHAKESPEARE's Plays, critical, explanatory, &c. illustrations on wood by George Cruikshank, fcap. 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 6s 6d 1805 8vo. boards, 48 6d.


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