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Advertisement. : the Proprietors of Shakspeare Illustrated by Portraits, &c. beg leave to remind the Patrons of this novel and difficult undertaking, that in order to keep their promise of completing the Work in Thirty Numbers, they have, for several months past, been encreasing the number of plates, on each delivery, till they have given in some of the latter numbers almost three times the quantity originally proposed. Notwithstanding which, there are some materials yet remaining in their possession, and others promised to them, sufficient to make perhaps two numbers more ; but as they do not hold themselves justified in such a further extension of their scheme as might protract the close of their undertaking, they do not think it proper to solicit a continuance of the Subscription, by which it has been so highly honoured. - As soon, however, as the Plates for these two additional numbers can be engraved, they may be had by such of the Subscribers as choose to purchase them, at the original Subscription price. They cannot take leave of their Subscribers, without at the same time returning their sincere thanks to those Noblemen and Gentlemen, who, in the most liberal manner, have assisted them with the use of several original Pictures and Drawings, which has greatly contributed to the ornament and value of their work. Preview this item
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Advertisement. : the Proprietors of Shakspeare Illustrated by Portraits, &c. beg leave to remind the Patrons of this novel and difficult undertaking, that in order to keep their promise of completing the Work in Thirty Numbers, they have, for several months past, been encreasing the number of plates, on each delivery, till they have given in some of the latter numbers almost three times the quantity originally proposed. Notwithstanding which, there are some materials yet remaining in their possession, and others promised to them, sufficient to make perhaps two numbers more ; but as they do not hold themselves justified in such a further extension of their scheme as might protract the close of their undertaking, they do not think it proper to solicit a continuance of the Subscription, by which it has been so highly honoured. - As soon, however, as the Plates for these two additional numbers can be engraved, they may be had by such of the Subscribers as choose to purchase them, at the original Subscription price. They cannot take leave of their Subscribers, without at the same time returning their sincere thanks to those Noblemen and Gentlemen, who, in the most liberal manner, have assisted them with the use of several original Pictures and Drawings, which has greatly contributed to the ornament and value of their work.

Author: E. & S. Harding (Booksellers : London, England)
Publisher: [London] : [publisher not identified], [1793]
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Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: E. & S. Harding (Booksellers : London, England)
OCLC Number: 642553176
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet)

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