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TABLE

OF THE

SEVERAL EDITIONS

OF

SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS,

Collated by the EDITOR.

EDITIONS of Authority.

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R. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Hiftories, and Tragedies. Publish'd according to the true Original Copies. London, Printed by Ifaac Jaggard and Ed. Blount, 1623. (Folio.)

Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Hiftories and Tragedies. Publish'd according to the true Original Copies. The Second Impreffion. London. Printed by Thomas Cotes, for Robert Allott, and are to be fold at the Signe of the Black-Beare in Paul's-Churchyard, 1632. (Folio.)

A Midfummer Night's dreame. As it hath been fun. dry Times publikely acted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. Written by William Shakespeare. Imprinted at London for Thomas Fiber, and are to be fould at his Shoppe at the Signe of the White Hart in Fleetftreete, 1600. (Quarto.)

The Same. Printed by James Roberts, 1600. (Quarto.)

A moft pleafaunt and excellent conceited Comedie of Syr John Falstaffe, and the merry Wives of Windfor. Entermixed with fundrie variable and pleafing humors of Syr Hugh the Welch Knight, Juftice Shallow, and his wife Coufin M. Slender. With the fwaggering Vaine of Auncient Piftoll, and Corporal Nym. By William Shakespeare. As it hath bene divers times acted by the right Honourable my Lord Chamberlain's Servants: both before her Majeftie, and elsewhere. London: Printed by T. C. for Arthur Johnson, and are to be fold at his Shop in Powles, Churchyard at the Signe of the Flower de Leufe and the Crowne, 1602. (Quarto.)

A moft pleafant and excellent conceited Comedy, of Sir John Falstaffe, and the Merry Wives of Windfor. With the fwaggering Vaine of Auncient Piftoll, and Corporal Nym. Written by W. Shakespeare. Printed for Arthur Johnftone, 1619. (Quarto.)

Much adoe about Nothing. As it hath been fundrie times publickly acted by the right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. Written by William ShakeSpeare. London: Printed by V. S. for Andrew Wife and William Afpley, 1600. (Quarto.)

The most excellent Hiftorie of the Merchant of Ve nice. With the extreame Crueltie of Shylocke the Jew towards the fayd Merchant, in cutting a juft pound of his flesh and the obtayning of Portia, by the choice of three Chefts. As it hath beene divers times acted by the Lord Chamberlayne his Servants. Written by William Shakespeare. At London, Printed by J.R. for Thomas Heyes, and are to be fold in Paules Churchyard at the Signe of the Greene Dragon, 1600. (Quarto.)

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The excellent Hiftory of the Merchant of Venice. With the extreme Cruelty of Shylocke the Jew towards the faide Merchant, in cutting a juft Pound of his Flesh. And the obtaining of Portia by the choyfe of three Caskets. Written by W. Shakespeare. Printed by J. Roberts, 1600. (Quarto.)

The first Part of the troublesome Reign of John King of England, with the Discovery of Richard Cordelion's Bafe Son, vulgarly call'd the Baftard Fawconbridge. Alfo the Death of King John at SwinfteadAbbey; as it was fundry times publiquely acted by the Queen's Majefty's Players in the honourable Citty of London. Imprinted at London for Sampson Clarke, fold at his Shop the Back-fide of the Royal Exchange, 1591. (Quarto.)

The fecond Part of the troublesome Reign of John King of England, conteyning the Death of Arthur Plantagenet, the landing of Lewis, and the poyfoning of King John at Swinftead-Abbey. As it was &c. Imprinted &c. 1591. (Quarto.)

The first and fecond Part of the troublesome Raigne of John King of England. With the difcoverie of King Richard Cordelion's Bafe Sonne (vulgarly named, the Baftard Fawconbridge :) alfo, the Death of King John at Swinftead-Abbey. As they were (fundry times) lately acted by the Queenes Majefties Players. Written by W. Sh. Imprinted at London by Valentine Simmes for John Helme, and are to be fold at his Shop in St. Dunstons Churchyard in Fleeteftreet, 1611. (Quarto.)

The Same. As they were (fundry times) lately acted. Written by W. Shakespeare. London, Printed by Aug. Mathewes for Thomas Dewe, and are to be fold at his Shop in St. Dunstones Churchyard in Fleetftreet, 1622. (Quarto.)

The Tragedie of King Richard the Second. As it hath been publickly acted by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. By William Shakespeare. London, Printed by Valentine Simmes for Andrew Wife, and are to be fold at his Shop in Paules Churchyard at the Signe of the Angel, 1598. (Quarto.) The

The Hiftory of Henrie the Fourth; with the Battell at Shrewsburie, betweene the King and Lord Henry Percy, furnamed Henry Hotspur of the North. With the humourous conceits of Sir John Falstaffe. Newly corrected by W. Shakespeare. At London, printed by S. S. for Andrew Wife, dwelling in Paules Churchyard at the Signe of the Angell, 1599. (Quarto.)

The Same. London, Printed by T. P. and are to be fold by Mathewe Lawe, dwelling in Pauls Churchyard, at the Sign of the Foxe neere S. Auftine's Gate, i622. (Quarto.)

The fecond Part of Henrie the Fourth, continuing to his Death, and Coronation of Henrie the Fift. With the Humours of Sir John Falstaffe, and fwaggering Pif toll. As it hath been been fundrie times publikely acted by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. Written by William Shakespeare. London, Printed by V. S. for Andrew Wife, and William Afpley. 1600. (Quarto.)

The Chronicle Hiftory of Henry the Fift, with his Battell fought at Agin Court in France. Together with Ancient Piftoll. As it hath been fundry times play'd by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. Printed for T. P.

1608.

(Quarto.)

The whole Contention betweene the two famous Houfes, LANCASTER and YORKE. With the Tragical Ends of the good Duke Humfrey, Richard Duke of Yorke, and King Henrie the Sixt. Divided into two Parts. And newly corrected and enlarged. Written by William Shakespeare, Gent. Printed at London, for T. P. (Quarto.)

The Same. With the true Tragedy of Richard Duke of Yorke, and the Death of good King Henrie the Sixt. Acted by the Earl of Pembroke's Servants, at London. Printed by W. W. for Tho. Millington, 1600. (Quarto.)

The Tragedy of King Richard the Third. Containing his treacherous Plots against his Brother Clarence: the pittieful Murther of his innocent Nephewes: his tyrannical Ufurpation: with the whole Courfe of his

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