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Shakspere quarto facsimiles / issued under the superintendence of F.J. Furnivall.

Main Author: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Related Names: Furnivall, Frederick James 1825-1910.
Language(s): English
Published: London : W Griggs, 1880-1889.
Note: --v. 25 Romeo and Juliet; the 1st quarto, 1597.--v. 26 Romeo and Juliet; the 2nd quarto, 1599.--v. 27 King Henry V; the 1st quarto, 1600.--v. 28 King Henry V; the 3rd quarto, 1608.--v. 29 Titus Andronicus; the 1st quarto, 1600.--v. 30 Sonnets; the 1st quarto, 1609.--v. 31 Othello; the 1st quarto, 1622.--v. 32 Othello, the 2nd quarto, 1630.--v. 33 King Lear; the 1st quarto, 1608.--v. 34 King Lear; the 2nd quarto, 1608.--v. 35 Lucrece; the 1st quarto, 1594.--v. 36 Romeo and Juliet; the undated quarto.--v. 37 First part of the Contention; the 1st quarto, 1594.--v. 38 True tragedy; the 1st quarto, 1595.--v. 39 Famous victories of Henry the fifth; the earliest known quarto, 1598.--v. 40-41 The troublesome raigne of John, king of England; the 1st quarto, 1591.--v. 42 Richard the third; the 3rd quarto 1602.--v. 43 Richard the third; the 6th quarto, 1622.
Vols. 14-16, 18-43 published by C. Praetorius.
Physical Description: 43 v.
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