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PRINTED BY A. J. VALPY, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET, London.

ADVERTISEMENT.

It may be necessary to state that the Notes distinguished by the letters of the alphabet are from the pen of the Editor; whilst those marked by an asterisk are the production of the authors of their respective papers.

February, 1828.

CONTENTS.

PART I.

PREFATORY ESSAY: Explanatory of the Plan of the Work, and containing an Inquiry into the Merits of Shakspeare's Principal Editors, Commentators, and Critics

PART II.

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Memorials of Shakspeare; or Sketches of his Character and Genius.

On the Characteristics of Shakspeare.-COLERIDGE.

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On the Universality of the Genius of Shakspeare, and on his Irregularities in relation to Dramatic Unity.-CAMPBELL. 87

On the Genius of Shakspeare, and on his Four Dramas, Macbeth, Othello, Hamlet, and Lear.-BLACK WOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.

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On the Character and Feelings of Shakspeare.-FREDERICK SCHLEGEL.

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On the Influence of Shakspeare over the Human Mind.— RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW.

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On Shakspeare, and on the Character of his Tragedies.MADAME DE STAEL HOLSTEIN.

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On Shakspeare, and on the Character of his Comedies.GREGORY.

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On the Fame and Acquirements of Shakspeare.-AUGUSTUS WILLIAM SCHLEGEL.

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