Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 (playwright)
- Existence: 26 April 1564 - 23 April 1616
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The correspondence is that between a number of persons and Thiselton on his Shakespearean publications. The correspondents, of some 40 in number, include W. Salt Brassington, F. J. Furnivall, and Israel Gollancz.
Dates: [circa 1895]-1916
Collection of Correspondence relating to the Shakespeare Commemorative Service, Southwark Cathedral, 23 April 1909
Scope and Contents The collection consists of letters relating to the Shakespeare Commemorative Service in Southwark Cathedral, 1909, and includes too aShakespeare commemorative hymnby Canon H. D. Rawnsley. The correspondence is mostly in the form of replies to Leftwich for his invitations to attend the service.
Scope and Contents The Halliwell-Phillipps Collection includes 16th-century works by Italian, French and Spanish authors. Its strength lies in English books however, especially English drama of the 17th and 18th centuries. The Collection also includes more than 600 plays including works by Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher, George Chapman, Thomas Middleton, John Webster, John Dryden, Philip Massinger, and William Wycherley. Several are playhouse copies with contemporary stage directions added in manuscript. There...
Dates: 16th century-19th century
Scope and Contents The Papers of Arthur Melville Clark contain lecture notes; lectures and articles on Sir Walter Scott; material on Shakespeare; Edinburgh University examinations material; some work on rhyme; material on heraldry and genealogy, and on the Order of St. Lazarus; correspondence, personal material and some photographs; speeches; reviews; and, books and a notebook containing poems with some inserted letters....
Dates: circa 1920
Two Autograph Letters Signed from James Halliwell to Sir William Tite, giving his professional advice on books relating to Shakespeare, 20 May 1865; 1 January 1866
File — Box: CLX-A-1591
Scope and Contents Two Autograph Letters Signed from James Halliwell (later Halliwell-Phillipps) to Sir William Tite (1798-1873, architect). Both sent from 6 St Mary's Place, West Brampton, London, 20th May 1865 and 1st January 1866.In the first letter dated 20 May 1865, Halliwell gives his professional advice on a copy of a book with an "interesting connexion to Shakespeare" that Tite is interested in for his collection. He also advises on how much the book would fetch at a sale, and how much to spend on...
Dates: 20 May 1865; 1 January 1866