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Servants. [A few speeches and lines only borrowed from Shakspere.] By Ambrose Philips.
An Historical Tragedy of the Civil Wars in the Reign of King Henry VI. (being a Sequel to the Tragedy of Humfrey Duke of Gloucester, and an introduction to the Tragical History of King Richard III.) altered from Shakspere in the year 1720. By Theo. Cibber. 8vo. No date.
KING RICHARD III., · The Tragical History of King Richard III. altered from Shakspere. By Colley Cibber. 4to. 1700..
CORIOLANUS. · The Ingratitude of a Commonwealth, or The Fall of Caius Martius Coriolanus. As it is acted at the Theatre. Royal. By Nahum Tate. 410. 1682. ' ". The Invader of his Country, or The Fatal Resentment. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by his Majesty's Servants. By John Dennis. 8vo. 1720.
Coriolanus, or The Roman Matron, a Tragedy, taken from Shakspere and Thomson. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden: to which is added the Order of the Ovation. By Thomas Sheridan, 8vo. 1755.
jesty's Company of Comedians at the Theatre-Royal, To which is prefixed the Life of Julius Cæsar, abstracted from Plutarch and Suetonius. 12mo. 1719.
The Tragedy of Julius Cæsar, altered, with a Prologue and Chorus. 4to. 1722.
The Tragedy of Marcus Brutus, with the Prologue and the two last Chorusses. 4to. 1722. Both by John Sheffield Duke of Buckingham.
ANTON Y and CLEOPATRA. Antony and Cleopatra, an Historical Play, written by William Shakspere, fitted for the stage by abridging only; and now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury· Lane by his Majesty's Servants. By Edward Capell, 12mo. 1758.
TIMON of ATHENS. The History of Timon of Athens, the Man-hater. As it is acted at the Duke's Theatre, made into a Play, by Tho. Shadwell. 4to. 1678.
Timon of Athens. As it is acted at the TheatreRoyal on Richmond-Green. Altered from Shakspere and Shadwell. By James Love. 8vo. 1768.
Timon of Athens, altered from Shakspere, a Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, By Mr. Cumberland. 8vo. 1771.
TITUS ANDRONICUS. Titus Andronicus, or The Rape of Lavinia. Acted at the Theatre-Royal. A Tragedy, altered from Mr. Shakspere's Works. By Edward Ravenscroft. 4to. 1687.
TROILUS and CRESSID A. Troilus and Cressida, or Truth Found too Late. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Duke's Theatre. By John Dryden. 4to. 1679.
CYMBELINE. The Injured Princess, or The Fatal Wager. As it was acted at the Theatre-Royal, by his Majesty's Servants. By Tho. Durfey. 4to. 1682.
Cymbeline, King of Great Britain, a Tragedy written by Shakspere, with some Alterations. By Charles Marsh. 8vo. 1755.
Cymbeline, a Tragedy, altered from Shakspere. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gar. den, by W. Hawkins. 8vo. 1759.
Cymbeline, altered by Mr. Garrick in the same year.
KING LEAR. The History of King Lear, acted at the Duke's · Theatre. Revived with Alterations. By Nahum Tate. 4to. 1681.
The History of King Lear, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By George Colman. 8vo. 1768.
ROMEO and JULIET. Romeo and Juliet, altered into a Tragi-Comedy, by James Howard, Esquire. See Downes, p. 22.
Caius Marius, by Thomas Otway. • Romeo and Juliet, a Tragedy revised and altered from Shakspere. By Theo. Cibber. 8vo. No date.
Romeo Romeo and Juliet, altered by Mr. Garrick, 12mo.
From the Preface to the Republication of Marsh's Cymbeline, in 1762, it appears that he had likewise made an alteration of Romeo and Juliet.
· HAMLET. Hamlet, altered by Mr. Garrick, acted at DruryLane, 1774, but not printed.
LIST of DETACHED PIECES OF CRITICISM
on SHAKSPERE, his Editors, &c.
A SHORT View of Tragedy. Its original Excellency and Corruption. With some Reflections on Shakspere and other Practitioners for the Stage. By Mr. Rymer, Servant to their Majesties. 8vo. 1693.
Remarks on the Plays of Shakspere. By C. Gildon, 8vo. Printed at the end of the seventh volume of Rowe's edition. 1710.
An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Shakspere, with some Letters of Criticisin to the Spectator. By Mr. Dennis. 8vo. 1712.
Shakspere restored: or, a Specimen of the many Errors as well committed as unamended, by Mr. Pope, in his late Edition of this Poet. Designed not only to correct the said Edition, but to restore the true Reading of Shakspere in all the Editions ever yet published. By Mr. Theobald. 4to. 1726.
An Answer to Mr. Pope's Preface to Shakspere in a letter to a friend, being a Vindication of the old
Actors who were the publishers and perforiners of · that Author's Plays. Whereby the Errors of their Edition are further accounted for, and some Me. 4 .