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Time, which is continually washing away the dissoluble Fabricks of other
Poets, passes without Injury by the Adamant of SHAKSPEARE.
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RETULIT IN MELIUS, MULTOS ALTERNA REVISENS
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Preface to Mr. Richardson's Proposals, &c.
Proposals by William Richardson
Advertisement by Mr. Steevens to edition of 1793 24
Rowe's Life of Shakspeare, &c.
Anecdotes of Shakspeare from Oldys, &c.
Dedication by Hemings and Condell
Advertisement to twenty Plays, by Steevens
Preface by Capell
Ancient Translations from Classick Authors -
Entries of Shakspeare's Plays on the Sta-
List of ancient Editions of Shakspeare's Plays 139
List of ancient Editions of Shakspeare's Poems 152
List of altered Plays from Shakspeare
List of detached Pieces of Criticism on Shak-
Commendatory Verses on Shakspeare
Malone's Attempt to ascertain the Order of
Malone's Essay on Ford's Pamphlet, &c.
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM.