Yale, Osborn MS b , f. In: An octavo miscellany of verse and prose, in several largely secretary hands, written from both ends over a long period, leaves, in modern half blue morocco. Later owned by Benjamin Heywood Bright , merchant and author. Sotheby's, 18 June Bright sale , lot , to Thomas Rodd , bookseller. Printed from this MS in Alden, pp.
In: A quarto verse miscellany originally in two separate volumes , including eleven poems by Donne, chiefly in two hands, probably associated with the University of Oxford, 98 leaves, one of the original vellum covers now incorporated in modern red morocco. Midth century. Later owned by William John Thoms , writer, antiquary and librarian.
Sotheby's, 11 February Thoms sale , lot Also owned by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps Copy in: the MS described under ShW 6.
In: the MS described under ShW In: A quarto verse miscellany, including seventeen poems by Donne and fifteen by Strode, the main part in a single hand, pages but pp. Owned in the early 18th century by John Wale, who supplied the index on pp. Owned before by Col. Carwardine-Probert, of Bures, Suffolk descendant of the Holgate family. Briefly discussed in W.
Also discussed, with facsimiles on pp. Speed Hill Tempe, AZ, For facsimile pages see DnJ and ShW Edited from this MS in Rollins, p. New York, , No. Pierpont Morgan Library, MA , p. Owned and probably compiled by Robert Bishop. Rosenbach's sale catalogue, English Poetry to , item This MS collated in Alden, p. Owned in and partly compiled by the composer John Gamble d. Later owned by Edward Francis Rimbault , organist and author. Acquired in A complete facsimile is in English Song , ed.
Elise Bickford Jorgens, Vol. Discussed in Charles W. Facsimile in John H. Collected by Peter Le Neve Some pages in the hand of Richard Rawlinson. This MS edited and discussed in R.
Shakespeare, Henry V
Facsimile in Bruce R. IV, ed. Richard Dutton and Jean E. Howard Oxford, , pp. Sonnet first published as poem 1 in The Passionate Pilgrime London, In: An octavo miscellany of verse and prose, closely written in possibly several minute predominantly secretary hands, leaves ff. Later owned by John Payne Collier , literary scholar, editor and forger, who has entered in pseudoth-century secretary script copies of various ballads on ff.
Discussed, with facsimile examples, in Giles E. In: An octavo volume of chiefly verse, in at least two cursive hands, leaves plus blanks , in half brown morocco on marbled boards.
Including principally autograph poems by Charles Montagu, Earl of Halifax , but also ff. Later owned by John Lilly, bookseller. Sotheby's, March Lilly sale , lot Facsimile of the MS in Sotheby's sale catalogue, p. Photocopies are in the British Library, RP Folger, MS X. In: A 13th-century volume of Latin theological treatises, on vellum throughout, quarto-size leaves.
XXI, f. In: MS verses written in late 16th-century hands in a late 15th-century rubricated MS of tracts relating to Scottish expeditions of Edward I up to the reign of Richard II, 64 folio leaves of parchment, in calf. Other contemporary names relating to Bury inscribed ff.
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Edited from this MS in Kelliher, p. In: A virginal book. In: An oblong quarto songbook, the lyrics largely in a single italic hand, with ff. A complete facsimile of this volume in English Song , ed. Edited from this MS in John P. MS , ff. In: A small quarto verse miscellany, almost entirely in a single, minute non-professional italic hand, probably someone associated with Oxford University, comprising pages now all separated and mounted, interleaved, in 19th-century calf.
Later in the libraries with bookplates of the book collector Richard Heber ; of the bibliographer and antiquary Joseph Haslewood ; of the biographer and literary editor Alexander Chalmers ; and of the antiquary Edward King , Viscount Kingsborough his sale by Charles Sharpe in Dublin, 1 November , lot Huntington, HM , p. In: An octavo verse miscellany, in a single small mixed hand throughout; pages plus an eight-page index , in contemporary calf. Including 45 poems and a second copy of one by Carew, 11 poems plus one of doubtful authorship by Corbett, and 25 poems plus two of doubtful authorship by Strode.
Sold by Thomas Thorpe Perry , of Providence, Rhode Island, industrialist, banker, and art and books collector. These lines published as a separate poem in Englands Parnassus London, In: An octavo commonplace book of verse and prose, in two or more secretary hands, 41 leaves, in a recycled illuminated vellum music document. Inscribed ff. Early 17th century.
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON
A proof sheet, of four pages sigs xx6 r -xx7 v , pp. Later in the libraries of Henry Huth , book collector, and James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps , literary scholar and book collector. Facsimiles also in S. Fredson Bowers Detroit, , p. Folger, STC Fragment. In: A quarto composite miscellany, in three or more hands, 76 leaves, in quarter-leather marbled boards.
Late 17th century. British Library, Lansdowne MS , ff. Copy, untitled, derived from the Second Folio London, In: MS volume of plays, used for amateur staging by one of the English colleges in Douai. Discussed, with extracts, in G.
Bodleian, MS Eng. Copy of the Pages' song, in a musical setting by Thomas Morley, untitled.
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A long note f. Mr Cranstow, minister of Ancrum; his lending it to Alexander Campbell in and retrieving it in December ; and his now consigning it to Richard Heber , book collector. A complete facsimile of this volume is in English Song , ed. Discussed in Edmund H. National Library of Scotland, Adv. Copy, with stage directions in another hand, derived from the Second Folio London, Blakemore Evans, Vol. Edinburgh University Library, JY Later owned by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps , literary scholar and book collector. Smock Alley. In: A quarto miscellany of verse and prose, chiefly in one cursive hand, written from both ends, leaves including numerous blanks , in contemporary vellum boards.
Copy in: A copy of plays by Shakespeare, in a single hand, quarto pages, in marbled boards. Loosely inserted bookplate of David Garrick , actor. Sotheby's, 8 December , lot 48 unsold. Untraced, [Garrick MS], [unspecified page numbers]. Copy, untitled, in a musical setting possibly by Robert Johnson. In: A folio songbook, leaves including c. Including ten poems by Carew and twelve poems by or attributed to Herrick, in musical settings, predominantly in a single hand ff. Later owned by Colonel W. Probert, of Bevills, Bures, Suffolk.
Sold by Quaritch in Discussed and analysed in John P.
A facsimile of the volume in English Song , ed. Bodleian, MS Don. Bodleian, MS Sancroft 53, p. Entirely in the hand of the Rev. Bookplate of William Bromley, of Baginton, Warwickshire, Later owned by the Rev. Philip Bliss , antiquary and book collector. Sotheby's, 21 August Bliss sale , lot For facsimile examples, see ShW 71 and ShW These extracts and comments printed in James G.
Facsimiles of f. Peter Beal Scolar Press, , pp.