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The following Publications of the New Shalspere Society have been issued
For 1874 :
Pericles, and details of that of Henry VIII, &c.
Parallel Texts, by P. A. Daniel, [b. presented by H.R.H. Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany).
Chettle's Kind-Harts Dreame,' 1593 ; five sections from Meres's Palladis Tamia, 1598, 0)
Simpson, and Spedding, and by Profs. Ingram and Delius, &c., with Reports of Discussions,
collated with the other Quartos and the Folios; edited by P. A. Daniel, Esq., with Notes, de
5, 6. Henry V, a. Reprints of the Quarto and Folio, edited by Dr Brinsley Nicholson. Series III. Originals and Analogues. 1. Part I. a. The Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Juliet,
written first in Italian by Bandell, and nowe in Englishe by Ar[thur) Brooke], 1562
Quarto of 1634; b. a revisd Edition, with Notes, by Harold Littledale, Esq., B.A., Trinity
College, Dublin. (The latter presented by Richard Johnson, Esq.)
Tom Tel-Troths message, and his Pens Complaint, 1600. e. Thomas Powell's Tom of all Trades,
3. William Stafford's Escamination of certeyne Complaints in these our Days, 1581; ed. F. D. Matthew and F. J. Furnivall. (Presented by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Derby.)
4. Phillip Stubbes's Anatomie of Abuses, 1 May, 1583 ; Part I, $ 1; ed. F. J. Furnivall. Series VIII. Miscellanies. 1. Prof. Spalding on The Tico Noble Kinsmen, and the Characteristies of SHAKSPERE's style (1833). With Memoir by Dr Hill Burton, and Forewords by F. J. Furnivall.
Time-Analyses of the Merchant of Venice, Othello, &c., Brutus's and Antony's speeches over
Cæsar's corpse, from the Englisht Appian's Chronicle, &c.
editions, edited by Brinsley Nicholson, M.D., with an Introduction by P. A. Daniel, Esq. Series VI. Shakspere's England. 1. William Harrison's Description of England, 1577, 1587, edited
from its two versions by Fredk. J. Furnivall, M.A. Part I, with an enlargd copy of
For 1878 :
with Maps and Engravings, ed. by F. J. Furnivall, M.A.
. 2. Robert Chester's Love's Martyr, 1601, in which Shakspere's lines on the Phoenix and Turtle' were first publisht, edited by the Rev. A. B. Grosart, LL.D.
LL.D., and Miss L. Toulmin Smith. (Presented mainly by Dr Ingleby.)
For 1881: ies I. I Series I. Transactions. 8. Part I. for 1880-2, Papers by Dr B. Nicholson, Dr Tanger, &c.
Series VI. Shakspere's England. 8. Harrison's Description of England, 1577, 1587. Part III, ETORI I se with Engravings, and a Paper on Elizabethan Houses by W. Niven; ed. F. J. Furnivall.