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New Shakspere Society.
A.D. 15 9 2 - 8.
Greene's Groatsworth of Wit. Chettle's Kind-Harts Dream.
Gabriel Harrey's Third Letter.
Extracts from Clark's Polimanteia.
&c. &c. &c.
C. M. INGLEBY, ESQ., M.A., LL.I).
FOREIGN SECRETARY TO THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE, LONDON.
THE NEW SHAKSPERE SOCIETY
LONDON, E.C., 1874.
NEW SHAKS PERE SOCIETY.
1. Series I. Transactions. Part I, containing 4 Papers, and editions
of the genuine parts of Timon, and Pericles, by the Rev. F. G.
Fleay, M.A., with Discussions on the Papers. 2. Series IV. Shakspere Allusion-Books. Part I. 1592-8 A.D.
(Greenes Groatesworth of Wit (written in 1592), 1596; Henry Chettle’s “Kind-Harts Dreame' (written in 1593]; ‘Englandes Mourning Garment' ; A Mourneful Dittie (1603]; five sections from Francis Meres's Palladis Tamia, 1598, &c. &c.); edited by C. Mansfield Ingleby, Esq., LL.D.
Publications of the New SHAKSPERE SOCIETY now at Press. Series I. Transactions. Part II, containing Papers by J. W.
Hales, Esq., M.A., the Rev. F. G. Fleay, M.A., and Richard
Simpson, Esq., B.A.; with Discussions on the Papers. Series II. Plays. The first two Quartos of Romeo and Juliet,
1597 and 1599, in a. simple Reprints; b. Parallel Texts, arranged so as to show their Differences, and with Collations of all the Quartos and Folio; c. a revised Edition of the Quarto Text of 1599, collated with the other Quartos and the Folio ;
the whole edited by P. A. Daniel, Esq. Series III. Originals and Analogues. - Part I. a. The Tragicall
Historye of Romeus and Juliet, written first in Italian by
, and nowe in Englishe by Ar[thur] Br[ooke), 1562 ; edited by P. A. Daniel, Esq. 1. The goodly hystory of the true and constant loue between Rhomeo and Julietta; from Painter's Palace of Pleasure, 1567; edited by P. A. Daniel, Esq.
Publications Suggested. Series II. 1. Parallel Texts of the Quarto and Folio of Henry V.,
to be edited by Dr Brinsley Nicholson. 2. The Two Noble Kinsmen, to be edited by Harold Littledale. Esq. Parallel Texts of the Imperfect sketches of b. Hamlet and its Quarto 2 (with the Folio and a revised Text). c. Merry Wives of Windsor, and Folio 1; d. The Contention, and Henry VI, Part 2, in F 1; The True Tragedy, and Henry VI, Part 3, in
F 1. Parallel Texts of the following Quarto Plays and their versions
in the First Folio, with collations : Richard III, Q1; 2 Henry IV, Q 1; Troilus and Cressida, Q 1; Lear, Q 1. Of Othello,
four Texts : Q1, Q 2, F1, and a revised Text. Parallel Texts of the two earliest Quartos of Midsummer
Night's Dream, and The Merchant of Venice.
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THE NEW SHAKSPERE SOCIETY'S MEETINGS, AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, GOWER ST., W.C., FROM OCTOBER, 1874,
TO JUNE, 1875, AT 8 P.M. October 9. The Politics of Shakspere's Historical Plays; by
RICHARD SIMPSON, Esq., B.A. November 13. The 'weak endings of Shakspere, in relation
to the Chronology of his Plays; by Professor J. K.
INGRAM, LL.D., Trin. Coll., Dublin. December 11. A Discussion on the Play of Cymbeline ; to be
opend by J. W. Hales, Esq., M.A., or F. J. Furnivall,
Esq., M.A. January 8. On the first two Quartos of Hamlet, 1603, 1604;
by the Rev. E. A. ABBOTT, D.D. (This paper is not
intended for printing.) February 12. On the Quibbles in Shakspere's Plays; by
Mrs F. C. N. HALL. March 12. On the Date of King John ; by BRINSLEY NICHOLSON,
Esq., M.D. April 9. A Paper by Professor LEO, Ph.D., of Berlin. May 14. A Scratch Night: short Papers or Remarks on any
Shakspere Topics, by any Members of the Society who
will send or speak what they have to say. June 11. On the Originals of Shakspere's Plots; by HENRY
B. WHEATLEY, Esq.
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