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Vol. 22, 23. Italy, to end of 16th Century.
24. Venice, to Peace of Carlowitz.
25. Naples, to Charles VI.
26, 27. German Empire, to Peace of Rastadt.
28. United Provinces, to Peace of Ryswick.
29. Denmark, to Frederic IV.
30. Sweden, to Charles XIL
31. Poland, to 1715.
32. Russia, to Peter the Great.
Vol. 32. German Electorates
35, 36. European Settlements.
West India Islands.
Africa, Europe, America.
41. Scotland, to the Union, 1707.
42. Ireland, to 1691.
See Prose Works, vol. iii. p. 152.
ENGLISH DRAMA; THEATRICAL HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, &c.
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. 4fo. L. P. . . . . . ib. 1 721
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. 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. 1C96
See Prose Works, vol. i. p. 354, et scq.
Poems from the Irish, and Irish Stories. MS. ito.
Walker's (Joseph Cooper) Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, &c. 4fo. Lond. 1786 See Poetical Works, 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 Mack 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,
icith his letter of presentation. Mo. ..... Dublin, 1816
See Life, vol. iii. p. 312.
Baillie's (Joanna) Family Legend, a Tragedy. The original Autograph MS. of the author.
4fo. ......... 1809
See Life, vol. ii. pp. 268-273.
Watson Taylor's (George) Profligate, a Comedy. Privately printed for the author's friends.
4fo. 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. fol.
With MS. note. . . . . . . . . ib. 1692
See Poetical Works, vol. ix. p. 144.
Dee's (Dr. John) 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. 165.9
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. 12wo. ...... York, 1795 Sumbel, (Mrs. late Wells,) Memoirs of, written by herself, &c. 3 vols. 12wo. Lond. 1811 Bellamy, (George Anne) Apology for the Life of, by herself, ith edit. 5 vols. 12mo. «i.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. Svo. ..... Lond. 1806
Modern Plays. 1 vol. 8vo. containing,
1. The Prince of CondtS, a Tragedy. ..... ib. 1817
2. Lefanu's (Mrs.) Sons of Erin, a Comedy. 2d edit. .... 0.1812
3. Sheil's (Richard) Adelaide, a Tragedy. ..... Dub. 1814
4. Apostate, a Tragedy. ...... l.ond. 1817
5. Soane's (George) Bohemian, a Tragedy. ..... i6. 1817
Darcian, a Tragedy. MS. 4ito.
Ballantyne's (James) Dramatic Characters by Mrs. Siddons. (Originally published in the
Edinburgh Courant.) royal Svo. ..... Edin. 1812
Dorset's (St. John) Montezuma, a Tragedy, &c. royal Svo. . . Lond. 1822
Home's (John) Douglas, a Tragedy, with plates. Subscription Edition, royal Svo. Edin. 1798 Williams's (John, alias Anthony Pasquin,) Eccentricities of John Edwin. Collected from his
MSS. &c. 2 vols. er. Svo. ...... Lond. 1791
Waldron's (F. G.) Literary Museum, or Ancient and Modern Repository; comprising scarce
and curious Tracts, Poetry, Biography, and Criticism. 8vo. . . ib. 1792
(Contains 11 Pieces by Lord Morley, George Gascoigne, Spenser, Peacham, Ben Jonson,
Beltcher, Heywood, Downes, &c.) Downes's (John) Roscius Anglicanus, or Historical Review of the Stage, from 1641 to 1660.
first edit. (John Home's copy.) \2mo. .... Lond. 1708
The same, reprinted, with Additions by the late Thomas Davies and F. G. Waldron. With
MS. notes. Svo. . . . . . . . . ib. 1789
See Prosk Works, vol. xx. p. 145.
Jonson's (Ben) Works; with notes, &c. and a Biographical Memoir, by William Gilford.
9 vols. Svo. L.P.. . • • . . . Lond. 1816
See PomcAL Works, vol. viii. p. 167; vol. ix. p. 226 ; Prose Works, vol. vi pp. 339-342; vol. vii pp. 374-382.
Massinger's (Philip) Plays; with notes, &c. by William Gilford. 4 vols. 8txt. . ib. 1805
See Prosk Works, vol . vi. pp. 342-3.
Old Plays; being a Continuation of Dodsley's Collection; with notes. 6 vols. Svo. ib.
See Poetical Works, vol. v. p. 418.
Ford's (John) Dramatic Works; with an introduction and notes, by Henry Weber. 2 vols.
Svo. L. P. . . • • ... Edin. 1811
See Poetical Works, vol. vii. p. 60.
Otway's (Thomas) Works; with notes, &c. and Life of the Author, hy Thomas Thornton,
Esq. With MS. Letter from the Editor. 3 Vois. 8vo. L. P. . Lond. 1813
See Prose Works, vol. vi. p. 356.
Poet's Complaint to his Muse, or a Satire against Libells. Lond. 1680.—Epistles to
the King and Duke. ib. 1683. Mo.
See Prose Works, vol. i. pp. 177-8.
Davies's (Thomas) Genuine Narrative of the Theatrical Transactions of Mr. John Henderson, the Bath Roscius. 2d-edit. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1777 Henderson's (John) Letters and Poems; with Anecdotes of his Life, hy John Ireland. Svo.
Cibber's (T.) Lives and Characters of the most eminent Actors and Actresses. Svo. ib. 1753 Betterton's (Thomas) History of the English Stage, from the Restauration to the present time, &c. Svo. . . . . . . . ib. 1741
Booth, (Barton) Memoirs of, with his Character, and several Poems by himself. Svo. ib. 1733 Dennis's (John) Usefulness of the Stage to Religion and to Government, &c. 2d edit. Svo.
Shakspeare's (William) Plays; with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators. With the notes of Dr. Samuel Johnson and George Steevens. 5th edit, revised and augmented by Isaac Reed. With a glossarial Index. 21 vols. Svo. . Lond. 1803
Douce's (Francis) Illustrations of Shakspcare and of Ancient Manners; with Dissertations on
the Clowns and Fools of Shakspeare, &c. 2 vols. Svo. . . . ib. 1807
See Life, vol. ii. p. 139.
Britton's (John) Remarks on the Life and Writings of Shakspeare, &c. Svo. Not printed for sale. ib. 1818
Wilson's (John) Shaksperiana; Catalogue of all the Books, Pamphlets, &c. relative to Shakspeare, &c. Sco. . . . . . . ib. 1827
Monck Mason's (Right Hon. J.) Comments on the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher; with Observations on Shakspeare, &c. Svo. . . . . ib. 1798
Bowdler's (Thomas) Letter to the Editor of the British Critie, occasioned by the censure pronounced in that Work on Johnson, Pope, Bowdler, &c. 8vo. . . ib. 1823
Aristophanes, Comedies of, (translated) by T. Mitchell, A.M., &c. vol. 1. Svo. ib. 1820
Hunt's (Sir Aubrey de Vere) Julian the Apostate, a Dramatic Poem. With MS. Letter from the Author to Sir W. S. Svo. . . . . . . ib. 1822
The Duke of Mercia, an Historical Drama.—The Lamentation of Ireland, and other
Poems. With MS. Letter from the Author. Svo. . . . . ib. 1823
Skottowe's (Augustine) Life of Shakspeare.—Enquiries into the originality of his dramatic plots and characters, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. . . . . . ib. 1824 Beaumont and Fletcher's Works; with Introduction and explanatory Notes by Henry
Weber. 14 vols. 8vo. Glasg. 1812
See Life, vol. ii. p. 331; Prose Works, vol. vi. p. 343-4.
Dramas founded on Sir Walter Scott's Poems. 1 vol. 8vo. and 1 vol. l2mo. containing,
Vol. I. 1. Lady of the Lake, Melo- Dramatic Romance, by Ed. J. Eyre. With MS. note by Sir W. S. Lond. 1811 2. Marmion, or Flodden Field, a Drama, &c. . . . ft. 1812
II. 3. Border Feuds, or the Lady of Buecleuch, a Musical Drama, founded on the Lay of the Last Minstrel, &c . ....... Dub. 1811
4. The Lady of the Lake, a Grand Dramatic Romance, &c. . . to. 1811
Terry's (Daniel) Guy Mannering, or the Gipsy's Prophecy, a Musical Play, in 3 acts, &c.
8vo. ........ Lond. 1816
See Life, vol. iv. p. 2; Poetical Works, vol. xi. p. 317.
Heart of Mid-Lothian, a Musical Drama, in 3 acts', &c. 8tx,. . . ib. 1819
See Life, vol. iv. pp. 252-3.
Antiquary, a Musical Play, in 3 acts, &c. 8vo. . . . ib. 1820
Montrose, a National Melo-Drama, in 3 acts, (taken from the Legend of Montrose.) 12wo.
Lyndsay's (David) Dramas of the Ancient World. 8ro. . . Edin. 1822
The Court of Tuscany.—The Heir of Innes, Tragedies. 8ro. . . Lond. 1822
The Duke of Mantua, a Tragedy. 8co. . . . . . ib. 1823
Proctor's (Barry Cornwall) Mirandola, a Tragedy. 2d edit. 8vo. . . to. 1821
Home's (John) Works, now first collected. To which is prefixed an Account of his Life
and Writings, by Henry Mackenzie. 3 vols. 8ro. . . . Edin. 1822
See Review of this in Prose Works, vol. xix. p. 283.
Boswell's (James, jun.) Biographical Memoir of the late Edmond Malone, Esq. 8vo. Not printed for sale. . . . . . . . ib. 1814
The Laureat: or the Right Side of Colley Cibber, Esq. Containing Explanations, Amendments, &c. on a book intituled, an Apology, &c. sm. 8vo. . . . ib. 1740
Cibber's (Colley) Letter to Mr. Pope, inquiring into the motives that might induce him, &c. to be so frequently fond of Mr. Cibber's name. 3d edit. \2mo. . Glasg. 1742
Foote's (Samuel) Roman and English Comedy considered and compared; with Remarks on the Suspicious Husband, sm. 8vo. ..... Lond. 1747
Woodward's (Henry) Letter from (H. W.) Comedian, the least of all characters, to Dr. John Hill, &c. the greatest of all characters. 3d edit. sm. 8co. . . . ib. 1752
Leigh's (Richard) Censure of the Rota. On Mr. Driden's Conquest of Granada. Oxford, 1673. —Friendly Vindication of Mr. Dryden from the Censure of the Rota. By his Cabal of Wits. Cambridge, 1673. sm. ito.
Deseription of the Academy of Athenian Virtuosi; with a Discourse held there in Vindication of Mr. Dryden's Conquest of Granada, &c. ito. . . Lond. 1673 See Prose Works, vol . i. pp. 133-36.