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Vol. 22, 23. Italy, to end of 16th Century.

Vol. 32. German Electorates 24. Venice, to Peace of Carlowitz.

33. Mecklenburgh.
25. Naples, to Charles VI.


Milan. 26, 27. German Empire, to Peace of Rastadt.

34. —
28. United Provinces, to Peace of Ryswick. Savoy.
29. Denmark, to Frederic IV.

30. Sweden, to Charles XII.

31. Poland, to 1715.


35, 36.

European Settlements.
32. Russia, to Peter the Great.

West India Islands.
Modern German Empire.

37, 38. Conclusions of different Histories, – Asia, Switzerland.

Africa, Europe, America.

39, 40. England, to Peace of Paris, 1762.

41. Scotland, to the Union, 1707. Bohemia.

42. Ireland, to 1691. See PROSE WORKS, vol. iii. p. 152.


Killigrew's (Thomas) Plays. fol. imperfect..

. . Lond. 1663-4 Newcastle’s (Duchess of) Plays never before printed. fol. . . . ib. 1668 - Philosophical Letters: or Modest Reflections upon some opinions in Natural Philosophy, &c. fol. . . . . . . . . .

. ib. 1664 Cibber's (Colley) Apology for his Life ; written by himself. With an historical View of the Stage during his own time. 4to.

. ib. 1740 See PROSE WORKs, vol. vi. p. 370. - Plays. 2 vols. 4to. L. P. ..

. ib. 1721 See PROSE Works, vol. vi. pp. 372_3. Sterline's (William, Earle of) Recreations with the Muses. fol. With MS. note by Sir W. S. . . Sering:

· ib. 1637 See LIFE, vol. i. p. 62. Davenant's (Sir William) Works. (Plays, Gondibert, &c.) fol. . . ib. 1673

See Prose WORKS, vol. i. p. 38. Drake's (Dr. Nathan) Shakspeare and his Times, including the Biography of the Poet, &c. 2 vols. 4to. :

. . ib. 1817 See Prose Works, vol. vi. pp. 313-14, 334, &c. Cowley's (A.) Works, including those formerly printed, and others now first pub. fol. ib. 1688 Blackmore's (Sir Richard) Prince Arthur, an Heroic Poem, in ten Books. 3d edit. fol. ib. 1696

See PROSE WORKS, vol. i. p. 354, et seq. Poems from the Irish, and Irish Stories. MS. 4to.

Walker's (Joseph Cooper) Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, &c. 4to. Lond. 1786

See POETICAL WORK8, vol. ii. p. 315 ; vol. ix. pp. 185, 225, 340. - Historical Essay on the Dress of the Ancient and Modern Irish, &c. 4to. Dublin, 1788 Berners's (Lady Juliana) Book of St. Albans; containing the Treatises of Hawking, Hunting,

Coat-Armour, Fishing, and Blazing of Arms. As printed at Westminster by Wynkyn de Worde, 1486. Reprinted in black letter, with biographical and bibliographical Notices by Joseph Haslewood. sm. fol.

. Lond. 1810 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. v. pp. 381-385; vol. viii. p. 166; Note to Ivanhoe, vol. i. &c. Maturin's (Rev. Ch. R.) Bertram, a Tragedy. The original Autograph MS. of the author,

with his letter of presentation. 4to. .

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See Life, vol. iii. p. 312:

Dublin, 1816

Baillie's (Joanna) Family Legend, a Tragedy. The original Autograph MS. of the author. 4to. . . . .

. . . 1809

See Lipe, vol. ii. pp. 268-273. Watson Taylor's (George) Profligate, a Comedy. Privately printed for the author's friends.

4to. L. P. . . . . . . Lond. Shakspeare Press, 1820 Howard's (Sir Robert) Five New Plays, viz. the Surprisal, the Committee, Comedies; and

the Indian Queen, the Vestal Virgin, and the Duke of Lerma, Tragedies. 2d edit. föl. With MS. note. . .

. ib. 1692 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. ix. p. 144. Dee's (Dr. Jobn) True and Faithful Relation of what passed for many years between Dr. J. D. and some Spirits, &c. With Preface, &c. by Dr. Meric Casaubon. fol. . ib. 1659

See Letters on Demonology, p. 339. More's (Rev. Dr. Henry) Works, in 2 parts, &c. fol. . . . . ib. 1664

See Poetical Works, vol. iv. p. 184. Taylor's (John, the Water Poet,) Works, &c. being 63 in number, collected into one vol. by the Author. fol.

. ib. 1630 See POETICAL WORKS, vol, vii. note F.

Dodsley's Collection of Old Plays. 2d edition, corrected and collated with the old copies.
With Notes, &c. by Isaac Reed. 12 vols. cr. 8vo. .

. ib. 1780 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. v. p. 439; PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. p. 283; vol. vii. pp. 204-5; vol. viii. p. 75. Egerton's (John) Theatrical Remembrancer, containing a Complete List of all the dramatic

performances in the English Language, &c. to the year 1787. To which are added, Notitia Dramatica, &c. 12mo. . .

. . . ib. 1788 Croker's (John Wilson) Familiar Epistles to Frederick Jones, Esq. on the present state of the

Irish Stage. 5th. edit. 12mo. . '. . . . Dublin, 1806 Wilkinson's (Tate) Wandering Patentee, or a History of the Yorkshire Theatres from 1770 to the present time. 4 vols. 12mo..

. .

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Sumbel, (Mrs. late Wells,) Memoirs of, written by herself, &c. 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1811 Bellamy, (George Anne) Apology for the Life of, by herself. 4th edit. 5 vols. 12mo. ib. 1786 Everard's (Edward Cape) Memoirs of an unfortunate son of Thespis ; being a Sketch of his Life, written by himself. 12mo. .

. Edin. 1818 Cooke's (William) Memoirs of Charles Macklin, Comedian ; forming a History of the Stage during the last century. 800. ·

Lond. 1806 Modern Plays. 1 vol. 800. containing,

· 1. The Prince of Condé, a Tragedy.

ib. 1817 2. Lefanu's (Mrs.) Sons of Erin, a Comedy. 2d edit.

üb. 1812 3. Sheil's (Richard) Adelaide, a Tragedy. .

Dub. 1814 4. — Apostate, a Tragedy. .

Lond. 1817 5. Soane's (George) Bohemian, a Tragedy. ...

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. Lond. 1708 The same, reprinted, with Additions by the late Thomas Davies and F. G. Waldron. With MS. notes. 800. . so pas 'WORKS, POL. xx. p. 145..

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See Prose WORKS, vol. vi. pp. 342-3.
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ib. 1786 Cibber's (T.) Lives and Characters of the most eminent Actors and Actresses. 800. ib. 1753 Betterton's (Thomas) History of the English Stage, from the Restauration to the present time, &c. 8vo. . . .

. . ib. 1741 Booth, (Barton) Memoirs of, with his Character, and several Poems by himself. 8vo. ib. 1733 Dennis's (John) Usefulness of the Stage to Religion and to Government, &c. 2d edit. 8vo.

ib. 1738 SHELF IV. Shakspeare's (William) Plays; with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators.

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. . . . ib. 1818 Wilson's (John) Shaksperiana ; Catalogue of all the Books, Pamphlets, &c. relative to

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SHELF V. Skottowe's (Augustine) Life of Shakspeare.—Enquiries into the originality of his dramatic plots and characters, &c. 2 vols. 800.

. ib. 1824

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Lond. 1673 See Prose WORKS, vol. i. pp. 133-36.

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