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Autograph letters signed from Charles W. Goodwin, London, to J.P. Collier ca. 1844.

Author: Charles Wycliffe Goodwin; John Payne Collier
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Pityfull Historie of two louing Italians,
Database:WorldCat
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Both letters sent from 18 Great Ormond St. (1) Undated. Regarding Malone's introduction to Romeo and Juliet, which suggests that the play is based on The pitiful hystory of ii lovyng Italians. (2) Addressed "Dear Sir" but presumably to Collier; dated June 10, 1844. Thanks the recipient for the copy of the Gaulfrido and Barnardo, comments on the Percy Society, and informs the recipient that he will take the liberty  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Manuscripts
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Charles Wycliffe Goodwin; John Payne Collier; William Shakespeare; John Drout
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Wycliffe Goodwin; John Payne Collier
OCLC Number: 694894948
In: Drout, John, fl. 1570
Notes: Tipped into The pityfull Historie of two louing Italians, Gaulfrido and Barnardo le vayne, London: 1844 (Folger copy PR2259.D5 P5) on the fifth and sixth front endleaves.
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Both letters sent from 18 Great Ormond St. (1) Undated. Regarding Malone's introduction to Romeo and Juliet, which suggests that the play is based on The pitiful hystory of ii lovyng Italians. (2) Addressed "Dear Sir" but presumably to Collier; dated June 10, 1844. Thanks the recipient for the copy of the Gaulfrido and Barnardo, comments on the Percy Society, and informs the recipient that he will take the liberty to consult with him on matters concerning any rare books and art that he comes across.

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