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A CRITICAL: CONTEMPORARY AND CVRRENT RE-
CondvcTED BY THE SHAKESPEARE Society of New YORK
VOLV ME I
New York CITY AND WESTFIELD, New Jersey, V. S. A.
(By error of the printer, the pagination of No. 3 began over again at 1. In this Index, therefore, the numerals followed by an asterisk refer to the first 38 pages of this volume, after which the pagination is consecutive to the end.
In binding, the folding page of the four title pages of Hamlet, stitched with No. 1, is to face page 18*, while the fac-simile of the catries in the Elsinore Town Records should face page 174. The portrait of Adler as Shylock is to face page 79.)
78 16* 29*
2, 22, 82, 84, 90 BIBLE, not mentioned in the Plays
86 BJERREGAARD, C. H. A., letter from
89 BLAMELESS PRIG, Shakespeare as a
I* BOOKS REVIEWED
William Shakespeare, Poet, Dramatist and Man (H. W. Mabie), 1*. How to Study Shakespeare (W. H. Fleming), 14*. The Shakespeare Country (John Leyland), 34*. Aiglon (E. Rostand), 34*. Hamlet, as presented by E. H. Sothern, 34*. Falstaff and Equity (C. E. Phelps), 34*. Notes on Bookworms (J. F. X. O'Conor), 34*. The Bab Ballads (W. S. Gilbert), 35*. The Messiahship of Shakespeare (Charles Downing), 35* Shaksper not Shakespeare (W. H. Edwards), i. Biliteral Cipher of Sir Francis Bacon (Elizabeth W. Gallup), 22. Liddell's Edition of Shakespeare, 40. Shakespeare's Family (C. C. Stopes), 50. New Variorum Twelfth Night (H. H. Furness), 56. Birrell's Edition of Boswell's Johnson, 51. New Century Edition of the Plays, 51. Furnivall's Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare, 52. E. P. Dutton edition of Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare, 51. History in Shakespeare's Plays (Beverley Warner), 51. Shakespeare Wars (Prof. Loundsbury), 53. Onderdonk's History of American Verse, 54. Table Talk of John Selden (Robert Waters), 55. The Mulligans (Edward Harrigan), 55. The Fantastics (E. Rostand), 57. Trelawney of the Wells (Pinero), 57. Francis Bacon our Shakespeare, and Bacon and Shakespeare Parallelisms (Edwin Reed), 90. Notes on the Bacon-Shakespeare Controversy (Charles Allen), 90. The Mystery of William Shakespeare (Judge Webb), 90. Letters to an Enthusiast (Mary Cowden Clarke), 91. Shakespeare Cyclopedia and New Glossary (John Phin), 91. God in Shakespeare (Charles Downing), 92. Shakespeare's Plots (W. H. Fleming), 92. Florilegium Lat
inum, 93. Fortune and Men's Eyes (Miss J. P. Peabody), 94.
CATHOLIC, was Shakespeare a? Letter from Appleton Morgan
Last words as to, Mallock's
84 22 82 81
DALY, AUGUSTIN, Views of concerning Endowed Theatre
Upon M. H. Liddell's Shakespeare
ELSINORE, English Actors at
Fac-simile of entry concerning them ENDOWED THEATRE, The, Discussed
17* 17* 37
73 22 81
FALKNER, JAMES, JR., His “Was Shakespeare of Royal Welsh Lineage?"
“Opening a New Parallel," etc.
Other Record Prices of .
On the Cataloguing of
27* 27* 28* 18*
HAMLET, A Four Text
Four Fac-similes (one conjectural) of Plays of
J JAGGARD, ISAAC, a Descendant of, living in Liverpool JEW, THE, in Shakespearean Fields
KIRKE, MRS., Her Description of “The Sycamore Hill Shakespeare Society”
29* 18* 18*
LANGFORD, HENRY G., Letter from, concerning Dr. Morgan
Offers to Catalogue First Folios
Mr. Mallock's Remarks concerning
MALLOCK, W. H., As to Mrs. Gallup's Cipher
Dr. Appleton, "Doubts Mr. Lee's Equipment for cataloguing First Folios .
Thinks Shakespeare a Roman Catholic