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Fri Mar 21 17:07:12 2014 UTClccn-n500308710.00Autograph letters signed and intialled to R.W. Lowe from various correspondents0.761.00Capell's ghost to Edmund Malone, editor of Shakespeare, a parody20047185Edward_Capelln 5003087166237Capel, EdwardCapel, Edward, 1713-1781Capell, E. C.Capell, E. C., 1713-1781lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n50023630Steevens, George1736-1800lccn-n79084387Pope, Alexander1688-1744lccn-n78095825Johnson, Samuel1709-1784lccn-n83230002Malone, Edmond1741-1812edtlccn-n85122243Collins, John1741-1797lccn-n50000443Garrick, David1717-1779adplccn-n50022308Rowe, Nicholas1674-1718lccn-n88085791Farmer, Richard1735-1797lccn-n83230003Boswell, James1778-1822edtCapell, Edward1713-1781DramaHistoryBibliographyCriticism, interpretation, etcFilm adaptationsGlossaries, vocabularies, etcSourcesBiographyBibliography‡vCatalogsCatalogsAntonius, Marcus,Cleopatra,--Queen of Egypt,EgyptRome (Empire)RomansCivil War (Rome : 43-31 B.C.)QueensGeneralsShakespeare, William,Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare, William)TheaterEnglish dramaTragedyLiteratureLanguage and languagesCapell, Edward,StatesmenEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanEnglish literature--Early modernYoung adult drama, EnglishGreat BritainEnglish language--Early modernHardinge, George,Steevens, George,English poetry--Early modernMalone, Edmond,Imitation in literatureJonson, Ben,Pope, Alexander,Originality in literatureEnglish poetryEnglish literaturePromptbooksEditingTrinity College (University of Cambridge).--LibraryItaly--RomeMiniature booksJefferson, Thomas,DramaCaesar, JuliusDramatists, English--Early modernLibrariesTwelfth night (Shakespeare, William)English poetry--Middle EnglishPercy, Thomas,Garrick, David,Sonnets (Shakespeare, William)EnglandAntiquitiesPegge, Samuel,171317811734174917511753175617581759176017621766176717681770177117741775177717781779178017831786178717931798179918021803180418071809181318181820182118221861187218741876190319531960196119661967196819691970197319761977197819931994199519972005200920122687131298822.33PR2802ocn004663358ocn656903908ocn419266142ocn055168915ocn066137530ocn236075153ocn731260856ocn457266622ocn669304831ocn435952021ocn186682671ocn46306121638128ocn000098530book17700.76Capell, EdwardNotes and various readings to ShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyGlossaries, vocabularies, etcSources24310ocn004546064book18210.79Shakespeare, WilliamThe plays and poems of William ShakspeareHistoryBiography18410ocn000010893book17600.81Shakespeare, WilliamMr. William Shakespeare, his comedies, histories, and tragedies, set out by himself in quarto, or by the players his fellows in folio, and now faithfully republish'd from those editions in ten volumes octavo; with an introduction18312ocn002684689book19030.86Trinity College (University of Cambridge)Catalogue of the books presented by Edward Capell to the library of Trinity College in CambridgeBibliography CatalogsCatalogsBibliography16616ocn009730569book17340.28Shakespeare, WilliamAntony and CleopatraHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionDramaFilm adaptationsMark Antony is supposed to be ruling the eastern Roman Empire. However, he is carrying on a torrid affair in Egypt with Cleopatra. The death of his wife, Fulvia, and the threat of a war brings him back to Rome1434ocn000079023book19690.84Shakespeare, WilliamAntony and Cleopatra, 1758; [fitted for the stage by abridging onlyHistoryDrama11510ocn083502657com17790.76Capell, EdwardCatalogue of Mr. Capell's Shakesperiana; presented by him to Trinity College Cambridge, and printed from an exact copy of his own MSBibliography CatalogsBibliography10710ocn744845437com17660.76Capell, EdwardReflections on originality in authors being remarks on A letter to Mr. Mason on the marks of imitation: in which the absurd defects of that performance are pointed out; and the absolute uncertainty of Imitation in general is demonstrated in various Instances: with a word or two on the characters of Ben. Johnson [sic] and Pope1078ocn186557202file17740.79Capell, EdwardNotitia dramatica; or, tables of ancient plays, (from their beginning, to the Restoration of Charles the second) so many as have been printed, with their several editions: faithfully compiled, and digested in quite [sic] new method, by E.C. With a prefaceBibliography1074ocn004663358book17600.93Capell, EdwardProlusions, or, Select pieces of antient poetry : compil'd with great care from their several originals, and offer'd to the publick as specimens of the integrity that should be found in the editions of worthy authors, in three parts ; with a preface.824ocn663177608com17710.73Shakespeare, WilliamThe plays of Shakespeare from the text of Dr. S. Johnson with the prefaces, notes, etc. of Rowe, Pope, Theobald, Hanmer, Warburton, Johnson and select notes from many other critics. Also, the introduction of the last editor Mr. Capell ; and a table shewing his various readings771ocn509646835file17980.66Shakespeare, WilliamThe poems of William Shakspeare: viz. Venus and adonis, the rape of Lucrece, sonnets, the passionate pilgrim and the lover's complaint, with Mr. Capell's history of the origin of Shakspeare's fables. To which is added a glossary764ocn745138904com17740.76Capell, EdwardNotes and various readings to Shakespeare part the first; containing, All's well that ends well, Antony and Cleopatra, As you like it, Comedy of Errors, Coriolanus, Cymbeline, Hamlet, 1 Henry IV, 2 Henry IV, With a general glossaryCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcSources6512ocn085875019book17740.88Capell, EdwardNotes and various readings to Shakespeare part the first; ... With a general glossaryCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionaries571ocn745138882com0.56Capell, EdwardNotes and various readings to Shakespeare Part the first; containing, All's well that ends well, Antony and Cleopatra, As you like it, Comedy of Errors, Coriolanus, Cymbeline, Hamlet, 1. Henry IV, 2. Henry IVCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyGlossaries, vocabularies, etcSources554ocn003459670book18030.88Shakespeare, WilliamThe plays of William Shakspeare : in twenty-one volumes : with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators, to which are added notesCriticism, interpretation, etc401ocn002379912book0.86Shakespeare, WilliamThe works of Shakespear. In six volumes. Carefully revised and corrected by the former editions, and adorned with sculptures designed and executed by the best handsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography206ocn656903908com17680.81Shakespeare, WilliamMr William Shakespeare his comedies, histories, and tragedies, set out by himself in quarto ... Whereunto will be added, in some other volumes, notes ... and a body of various readings entire143ocn824682334com18090.92Shakespeare, WilliamThe plays of William Shakspeare in seventeen volumes : with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators : to which are added notes92ocn707946385com18040.92Shakespeare, WilliamThe poems of William Shakespeare viz. Venus and Adonis, the rape of Lucrece, Sonnets, the passionate pilgrim and the lover's complaint, with Mr. Capell's History of the origin of SHakespeare's fables1243ocn083488143com17770.76Collins, JohnA letter to George Hardinge, Esq on the subject of a passage in Mr. Stevens's preface to his impression of Shakespeare966ocn004926341book19600.90Sen, Sailendra KumarCapell amd Malone, and modern critical bibliographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc634ocn001894855book19600.88Walker, AliceEdward Capell and his edition of ShakespeareHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc31ocn661026187book20090.31Greg, W. WCapell's Shakespeariana catalogue of the books presented by Edward Capell to the Library of Trinity College in Cambridge compiled by W.W. GregCatalogsBibliography+-+259955356622ocn502420508book19670.98Hart, Hymen HaroldEdward Capell, the first modern editor of ShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn036566909book1.00Capell's ghost to Edmund Malone, editor of Shakespeare, a parodyCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn841800195file20120.47Acker, Faith'New-found methods and ... compounds strange' : reading the 1640 'Poems: written by Wil Shake-speare. Gent.'HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn318649722book1768Pegge, SamuelAutograph letter signed from Samuel Pegge, Whittington, to Revd. Thomas PercyManuscriptsMentions that his absence from town this spring has put him behind in his literary knowledge. Asks " what ye world says of Mr. Capel's Shakspeare, and whether is goes of readily?" He also refers to Sir William Stanley (6th earl of Derby)11ocn155884858mix18721.00Kinsman, Johnto Alfred Russell SmithConcerns the purchase of some Shakespearean books from the library of Rev. John Collins. Collins had obtained these books from his friend Edward Capell, a scholar who edited Shakespeare. Included with Kinsman's letter is a book flyleaf containing Collin's autograph11ocn423704434visu1759Bartolozzi, FrancescoEdw. Capell11ocn084367517book18021.00Hardinge, GeorgeCapell's ghost, to Edmund Malone, esq., editor of Shakspeare : a parody. First printed in 179911ocn068900743art18181.00Biography of Edmund Capell, Esq.11ocn214449164book1775Garrick, DavidAutograph letter signed from David Garrick to Kate CliveManuscriptsInvites himself, his wife and Mr. Capell to tea that afternoon11ocn435496225bookLowe, Robert WilliamAutograph letters signed and intialled to R.W. Lowe from various correspondentsManuscriptsCorrespondents: George Reid, A.W., Miss Bouverie, and [Edward H. Dixon?]. (1), from Dixon at 150 Oxford Street, indicates that, if Percy Fitzgerald, who had access to the archives of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, did not cite them in his chapter on Cibber and Cappell [sic], it must be that he did not find anything in them to cite. (2), from George Reid and on card of the St. James Theatre, requests a voucher for a dress circle seat for a new play by W.S. Gilbert. (3), from A.W. and on letterhead of Walden, Cobham, Surrey, mentions a performance of Ravenswood at the Lyceum. Also, a clipping describing the "disagreeable incident" at this performance, which is referenced in the letter11ocn311264078bookCapell, EdwardAutograph letters signed and initialled from Edward Capell to John Larpent and Viscount Wm. ChetwyndManuscripts11ocn419552620visu1787Smith, AnkerEdw. Capell esqr., London11ocn416501246book1786Pegge, SamuelAutograph letter signed from Samuel Pegge, Whittington, to the Revd. Thomas PercyManuscriptsDiscusses the story about the Dragon of Wantley. Pegge also writes, "Mr. Farmer has been so obliging as to send me the second edition of his essay; and I think he has clear'd the question about Shakespeare's learning so much to every body's satisfaction, that we shall hear no more on that head." He asks "when we shall have Mr. Capell's Shakespeare?" Pegge wishes Percy would freely tell him his opinions on that gentleman and his performance11ocn435952021book19730.47Shakespeare, WilliamMr. William Shakespeare, his comedies, histories, and tragedies; notes and various readings to Shakespeare+-+2599553566+-+2599553566Fri Mar 21 15:47:58 EDT 2014batch26294