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Shakspere allusion-books : Part I

Author: C M Ingleby; Richard Simpson
Publisher: London : Trübner, 1874.
Series: New Shakspere Society. Publications. Ser. IV: Shakspere allusion-books, no. 1.
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Ingleby, C.M. (Clement Mansfield), 1823-1886.
Shakspere allusion-books.
London : Trübner, 1874
(OCoLC)644138120
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C M Ingleby; Richard Simpson
OCLC Number: 2338312
Notes: With reproductions of original title-pages.
No more published. Not identical with the editor's "Shakespeare's centurie of prayse," pub. the same year.
Postscript to general introduction to Shakspere allusion-books, signed: C.M. Ingleby, bound by mistake in New Shakspere society, Transactions no. 2 (1874, pt. II).
Description: xlviii, 188 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: General introduction --
Supplement / R. Simpson --
Greene's groats-worth of wit --
Kind-harts dreame / Henry Chettle --
Englandes mourning garment / Henry Chettle --
A mournefull dittie, entituled Elizabeths losse, together with a welcome for King James --
T.C.'s 12th Epigram, from Epigrames served out in 52 severall dishes for every man to tast without surfeting --
Gabriel Harvey's Third letter, from Foure letters, and certain sonnets, &c. --
Five sections of Palladis tamia: Wits treasury / Francis Meres --
Stanza from Edmund Spenser's Colin Clouts come home againe --
Hexameton prefixed to Willobie his Avisa. (Cont'd.) Canti XLIV-XLVII of Willobie his Avisa --
William Harbert's Epicedium --
Six verse of Michael Drayton's Legend of Matilda --
Extract from William Clarke's Polimanteia --
John Weever's 22nd epigram, Ad Gullielmum Shakespeare, from his Epigrammes in the oldest cut and newest fashion --
Extract from Richard Carew's Excellencie of the English tongue --
Three stanzas from Robert Toste's Month's mind of a melancholy lover --
A remembrance of some English poets, from Poems in divers humors, attributed to Richard Barnfeild --
Extract from Satyres X. and VII. of John Marston's Scourge of villanie.
Series Title: New Shakspere Society. Publications. Ser. IV: Shakspere allusion-books, no. 1.
Responsibility: edited by C.M. Ingleby.

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