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A fl1ortView of Tragedy; its original, excellency; and corruption. With some Rcflecflions on Shakspeare and other Praflzitioners for the Stage. By Mr. Rymer, Servant to their-Majeslies. Small Svo. 1693. ,
Some Refleetions on Mr. Rymer's Short View of Tragedy, and an Attemptlat a Vindication of Shakspeare, in an Essay direfied to john Dryden, Esq. By Charles Gildon.-.Tliis tratfl is sound. qnly in Gildon's Mzscellaneous Letlers and Eflays 07' several subjezls, small 8vo. 1694.
V Remarks on the Plays of Shakspeare, By C. Gildon, 8v0. Printed at the end of the seventh volume of Rowe's edition. '171o.
An Essay on the Genius and VVritings of Shakfpeare , with some letters of Criticism to the Speelator. By Mr. Dennis. Svo. 1712.
Shakspeare resiored: ora Specimen of the many Errors as well committed as unamcnded, by Mr. Pope in his late Edition of this Poet. Designed not only to correft the said Edition, but to rellorc the true Reading of Shakspeare in all the liditions ever yet published. By Mr. Theobald. 4to. 1726.
An Answer to Mr. Popels Preface to Shakspeare. in a Letter to a Friend, being a Vindication of the
old Acilors who were the publishers and perforrners of that Author's Plays. VVhereby the Errors of their Edition are further accounted for, and some Memoirs of Shakspeare and the Stage Hillory of his -Time are inserted, which were never before collected and published. By. 3; firolling Player. [john Roberts.] Svo. 1729. '
Some Remarks on the Tragedy of Haml-et Prince of Denmark, written by VVilliam Shakspeare. Printed for W. 'W'ilkins in Lombard Street. Svo. 1736.
Explanatory and Critical Notes on divers Passages of 'Shakspeare's Plays, by Francis Peck. Printed with his " New Memoirs of the Life and VVritings of Mr.]o11n Milton." 4to'. 174o'. '
An' Elfay towards fixing the true Standards of Witand Humour, Raillery, Satirc, and Ridiculc: to which isadded an Analysis of the Charaeiers of an Humouriil, Sir John Falllaff, Sir Roger de Coverlcy, and Don Quixote. [By Corbyn Morris, Efq.] Svo. 1744. .
. Mifcellaneous Observations on the "Tragedy of Macbcth: with Remarks on Sir Thomas i-lanmer's Edition of Shakfpeare. To which is aHixedProposals for anew Edition of Shakspeare, with a Specimen. [By Dr. Samuel-]ohnson.] 12mo, 1745.
A Word or two of -Advice to VVil'liam, XVarburton, a Dealer in many words. By a Fricnd. [Dr. (e2rey.] 'ixV'ith an Appendix containing a taile Of VVilliam's spirit of, railing. Svo. 1746.
Critical Observations on 'fihakfpearez byjohn Upton, Prebgndary ofRocheiler. Svo. liiril Edition,. 1746. Second Edition, 1742. '
Esfay on English Tragedy, with Remarks on the Abbe Le Blanc's Observations on the English Stage. By NVilliamG-uthrie, Esq. 8vo. no date, butprinted in 1747.
An Enquiry into the Learning of Shakfpeare, with Remarks on several Pallagcs of his Plays. In a Conversation between Eugenius and Neander. By Peter Whalley, A. B. Fellow of St.john's College Oxford. Svo. 1748. 0
An Answer to certain Pallages in Mr. VV---'s
Preface to his'Edition of Shakspeare, together with some Remarks on the Errors and many false Criticisms in the Work itself. 8v0. 1748. , Remarks upon alate Edition ofshakspcarez with a long firing of Emendations borrowed by the celebrated Editor from the "Oxford Edition, without acknowledgement. To which is prefixed 0.- Defence of the late Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart, Addresled to the Rev. Mr. Warburton, -Preacher 0fLincoln's Inn, Scc. Svo. No date. '
The Canons of Criticism and Glossary, being zt Supplement to Mr. Warburton's Edition of Shakspcare. Collecled from the Notes in that celebrated Work, and proper to be bound up with it. By the other Gentleman of Lincoln's Inn. [ML Edwrn-ds.] Firllz Edition. Svo. , 1748. Seventh Edition, with -Additions. Svo. 1765.
Remarks on Shakspeareiby Mr. Roderick, are printed at the end of this last Edition. ' 7
An Attempte to rescue tl1aca'unciente English Poet and Play-wriglite Maillcr Vxsilliame Shakspeare from the many errours saullelyz charged on him hy certaine new-lanoled NNittes' and to let him speak
Miscellaneous Observations on the Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: with a Preface containing some general Remarks on the XVritings of Shakspeare. 8vo. 1752.
The Beauties of Shakspeare: regularly selecficd from each Play: with a general Index digeslzing them under proper Heads. lllusiratcd with ex'planatory Notes, and similar Passages from ancient and modern Authors. By William Dodd, B. A. lateofClareHall,Cambridge. 2Vols. 12mo. Firsl: Editiori, 1752. Second Edition, 1757. Third Edition in 3 Vols. 1780.
Shakspeare illuslrated: or the Novels and Hislories on which the Plays ofShaksp-eare are founded, collected and translated from the original Authors, with critical Remarks. In two Volumes. Mrs. Len0x.] 12mo. 1753.
A third.Volume with the same Title, 1754.
The Novel from which the Play of the Merchant of Venice written by Shakspeare, is taken, translated from the Italian. To which is added, a Translation of a Novel from the Decamerone of Boccaccio. 8v0. 1755.
Critical, Hisiorical, and Explanatory Notes on Shakspeare, with Ernendations of the Text and Metre: byzachary Grey,LL.D. 2 Vols. Svo. 1755.
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Tl1e Caflrated Letter of Sir Thomas Hamner, in the Sixth Volume of BIOGRAPHIA BRITANNICA, wherein is discovered the firfl rife of the present Bifhop of Glouccfier's quarrel with tl1at Baronet, about his edition of Shakfpeare's plays: to which is added an impartial account of the extraordinary means ufed to fupprefs this remarkable letter. By a Proprietor of that work." [Philip Nicl-1013.] 4to.1763. '
A Revifal of Shakfpeare's Text, wherein the Al tcrations introduced into it by the more modern Editors and Criticks are particularly considered. [By Mr. Heath.] 8v0. 1765.
A Review of Dr. Johnfon's New Bdition of Shakfpeare; in which the Ignorance or Inattention of that Editor is exposed, and the Poet defended from the Perfecution of his Commcntators. By W. Kenrick. 8vo. 1765. '
An Examination of Mr. Kenrick's Review of Mr. Johnfon's Edition of Shakfpcare. [By hit. Barclay.] 3vO., 1766. . X A
A Defence of Mr. Kenrick's Review of Dr.Johnfon'sShakfpeare, containinga number ofcurious and ludicrous Anecdotes of Literary Biography. ByaFriend. [i. e. KV. Kenr-ick.J Svo. 1766.
Observations and Conjecftures on some Paliages of Shakfpeare. [By Tho. Tyrwhitt, Efq.] Svo. 1766.
An Eliayon theLea1'ning ofShakfpeare, addrelfed toJofeph Cradock, Efq. By the Rev. Dr. Richard Farmer. 8vo. 1767. Second Edition; crown, 8vo. 1-767. Third Editiom crown 0-ftavo, 1789.
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