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PUBLISHT FOR

The New Shakspere Societu BY N. TRÜBNER & CO., 57, 59, LUDGATE HILL,

LONDON E.C. 188

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The following Publications of the New Shalspere Society have been issued

For 1874 :
Series I. Transactions. 1. Part I, containing 4 Papers, editions of the genuine parts of Tung wul

Pericles, and details of that of Henry VIII, &c.
Series II. Plays. The 1597 and 1599 Quartos of Romeo and Juliet, in a simple Reprints;)

Parallel Texts, by P. A. Daniel, [b. presented by H.R.H. Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany).
Series IV. Shalspere Allusion-Books. 1. Part I. 1592-8 A.D. (Greenes Groatesworth of Wit, 1592

Chettle's Kind-Harts Dreame,' 1593 ; five sections from Meres's Palladis Tamia, 1598, 0)
ed. C. M. Ingleby, LL.D.

For 1875:
Series I. Transactions, 2, 3. 1871, Part II ; 1875-6, Part I, Containing Papers by the late Messts

Simpson, and Spedding, and by Profs. Ingram and Delius, &c., with Reports of Discussions,
Series II. Plays. 4. A revisd Edition of the second, or 1599, Quarto of Romeo and Juliet

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
edited by P. A. Daniel, Esq. 6. The goodly hystory of the true and constant loue between
Rhomeo and Julietta ; from Painter's Palace of Pleasure, 1567 ; edited by P. A. Daniel, Es

For 1876:
Series II. Plays. 7, 8. The Two Noble Kinsmen, by Shakspere and Fletcher; a. A Reprint of the

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.)
Series VI. 2. a. Tell-Trothes New-yeares Gift, 1593, with The passionate Morrice. b. John Inne's

Tom Tel-Troths message, and his Pens Complaint, 1600. e. Thomas Powell's Tom of all Trades,
or the Plaine Pathway to Preferment, 1631. d. The Glasse of Godly Loue, [1569). (Piw
sented by 3 Members of the Society.) Edited by F. J. Furnivall, M.A.

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.

For 1877:
Series I. Transactions. 4. Part II. for 1875-6, containing Papers by Prof. Delius, Miss J. Lee, &c.

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.
Series II. Plays. 9. Henry V, Parallel-Texts of the First Quarto (1600) and First Folio (1623)

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
Norden's Map of London by van den Keere, 1593, and Notes on it by H. B. Wheatley, Esq.

For 1878 :
Series I. Transactions. 5. Part I. for 1877-9, containing Papers by Mr Spedding, Mr Rose, de
Series VI. Shakspere's England. 5. William Harrison's Description of England, 1577, 1587, Pt IL

with Maps and Engravings, ed. by F. J. Furnivall, M.A.
Series VIII. Miscellanies

. 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.

For 1879:
Series I. Transactions. 6. Part 11. for 1877-9, Mr Daniel's Time-Analyses of Shakspere's Plots.
Series IV. Allusion-Books. 2. Shakspere's Centurie of Praise, the 2nd edition, by C. M. Ingleby,

LL.D., and Miss L. Toulmin Smith. (Presented mainly by Dr Ingleby.)
Series VI. 6. Stubbes's Anatomie of Abuses (in Dress & Manners), Part I, Section 2. with extracts
from his Life of his Wife, 1591, and other Works, with many woodcuts: ed. F.J. Furnivall, MA

For 1880:
Series I. Transactions. 7. Part III. for 1877-9, Papers by Miss Phipson, Mr Ruskin, &e.
Series II. Plays. 10. Henry V : c. a revisd edition of the Play, by Walter G. Stone, Esq.
Series VI. Shakspere's England. 7. The Rogues and Vagabonds of Shakspere's Youth, ed, by
E. Viles and F. J. Furnivall. (Presented by Mr Furnivall.)

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.

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