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  • Bodleian Library, Oxford

  • MS Eng. Misc. c. 34. Commonplace Book compiled by ‘P.D.’ (c.1688).

  • MS Eng. poet.d.3. Edward Pudsey, Commonplace Book.

  • MS Sancroft 53. William Sancroft, Verse Miscellany (late seventeenth century).

  • British Library, London

  • MS Add. MS. 22608. Abraham Wright. Commonplace Book.

  • MS Lansdowne 1185. Commonplace Book.

  • Brotherton Library, University of Leeds

  • MS Lt 11. Smith family, Poetical Miscellany or Commonplace Book.

  • MS Lt 24. Poetical Commonplace Book compiled by Benjamin Coles.

  • MS Lt 119. Mary Capell, Anthology of Eighteenth-Century Verse.

  • MS Ltq 20. William Jermy of Norfolk, Collection of English Verse.

  • Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC

  • MS M.a.4. Diary of a Sheffield dissenter.

  • MS M.a.6. James Boswell, Commonplace Book (c.1755).

  • MS M.a.24. Diaries of Isaac Reed.

  • MS M.a.47. Walter Harte, ‘Miscellanea Tragica: Theatrical Index of Sentiments & Descriptions’ (c.1730).

  • MS M.a.110. John Watkins, ‘Poetical Miscellany’ (c.1780).

  • MS M.a.173. Commonplace Book (c.1767–76).

  • MS M.a.176. William Dickinson, Poetical Miscellany (c.1775–1800).

  • MS M.a.178. Commonplace Book (c.1796–1818).

  • MS M.b.16. Henry James Pye, Commonplace Book (c.1770–1800).

  • MS M.b.22. Arthur Murphy, Commonplace Book (c.1760–80).

  • MS N.a.2. William Havard, Collection of Verses (c.1733–75).

  • MS S.a.9. Plots of Plays and Romances summarized by John Howe Chedworth (c.1775).

  • MS V.a.73. Copy of The Merry Wives of Windsor (c.1660).

  • MS V.a.85. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar.

  • MS V.a.87. William How, Commonplace Book (c.1650).

  • MS V.a.148. Miscellany (c.1660).

  • MS V.a.162. Poetical Miscellany (c.1650)

  • MS V.a.292. John Ward Diaries (vol. 9).

  • MS V.a.459–460. Diary of Richard Stonley.

  • MS V.b.34. Edward Dering’s copy of The History of King Henry the Fourth (c.1623).

  • MS V.b.93. John Evans, ‘Hesperides, or The Muses Garden’.

  • MS W.a.244. Miscellany (c.1700–25).

  • MS W.a.285. Late Eighteenth-Century Miscellany.

  • MS Y.c.823 (1). Letter (1798).

  • MS Y.c.1374 (2). Charles Lee’s letter to a ‘Miss Robinson’, 15 December 1775.

  • MS Y.d.35 [129–144]. Letters of Mary Tickell (c.1785–87).

  • Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California

  • MS 60413. Danby Miscellany (c.1570–1625).

  • MS EL 6495. Ellesmere Manuscript Collection.

  • MS Montagu letters (MO): 1336; 1444; 3157; 4791; 5742; 5830; 6486; 6726.

  • MS ST 365. Sir Richard Temple notebook.

  • Municipal Library of the town of Douai, France

  • MS 787. Transcripts of Twelfth Night, As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Macbeth.

  • Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-upon-Avon

  • MS ER 82/1/21. Edward Pudsey, Commonplace Book.

  • Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, Stafford

  • MS D(W)1082/J/9/1. Weston Yonge, ‘Commonplace Books and Extracts’.

  • Bibliothèque d’Agglomération de Saint-Omer

  • Inv. 2227. First Folio.

  • Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris

  • RES-YK-29. First Folio.

  • Bodleian Library, Oxford

  • Arch. G.c.9. Second Folio with Fourth Folio ‘apocryphal pages’.

  • Arch.G.c.13. Fourth Folio.

  • Arch.G.d.39 (6). Richard III (1612).

  • Mal. 150 (4). Ritson, Joseph. Cursory Criticisms on the Edition of Shakspeare published by Edmond Malone, 1792.

  • British Library, London

  • C.12.g.18. Romeo and Juliet, 1599.

  • C.12.g.19. Richard II, 1634.

  • C.34.k.1. Hamlet, 1603.

  • C.34.k.24. The Merchant of Venice, 1637.

  • C.34.k.33. Othello, 1622.

  • C.39.i.20. Third Folio.

  • Durham University Library

  • Cosin W.2.11. First Folio.

  • Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC

  • First Folios: STC 22273, # 1, 10, 13, 23, 28, 32, 42, 45, 47, 50, 54, 63, 67, 70, 71, 73, 75, 76, 78.

  • Second Folios: STC 22274, # 2, 7, 10, 15, 17, 21, 22, 24, 32, 36, 47, 48, 49, 53, 57, 58.

  • Third Folios: Wing S2914, # 8, 20, 22, 23.

  • Fourth Folios: Wing S2915, # 5, 12, 26, 33.

  • Shakespearean Single-Play Editions:

  • prompt 1 Hen.IV 27. 1 Henry IV, 1700.

  • prompt 2 Hen.IV 2. 2 Henry IV, 1733.

  • prompt All’s Well 3. All’s Well That Ends Well, 1773.

  • prompt Cymb. 14. Cymbeline, 1762.

  • prompt Ham. 1. Hamlet, 1703.

  • prompt Ham. 54. Hamlet, 1683.

  • prompt Mac. 13. Macbeth, 1773.

  • S2922 Copy 2. Julius Cæsar, 1684.

  • S2927 Bd.w. L856 Copy 2. Julius Cæsar, 1691.

  • STC 22277 Copy 2. Hamlet, 1611.

  • STC 22278 Copy 1. Hamlet, 1625.

  • STC 22282 Bd.w. STC 22288a Copy 2. 1 Henry IV, 1604.

  • STC 22283 Copy 2. 1 Henry IV, 1608.

  • STC 22287 Copy 2. 1 Henry IV, 1639.

  • STC 22287 Copy 3. 1 Henry IV, 1639.

  • STC 22287 Copy 6. 1 Henry IV, 1639.

  • STC 22295 Copy 3. Love’s Labour’s Lost, 1631.

  • STC 22296 Copy 2. The Merchant of Venice, 1600.

  • STC 22296 Copy 3. The Merchant of Venice, 1600.

  • STC 22317 Copy 1. Richard III, 1605.

  • STC 22318 Copy 2. Richard III, 1612.

  • STC 22328. Titus Andronicus, 1594.

  • STC 22344 Copy 10. Poems, 1640.

  • STC 22344 Copy 6. Poems, 1640.

  • STC 26101 Copy 10. Pericles, 1619.

  • Eighteenth-Century Shakespearean Editions:

  • PR2752 1709a Copy 1. Sh.Col. Nicholas Rowe edition of Shakespeare’s works, 1709.

  • PR2752 1709a Copy 4. Sh.Col. Nicholas Rowe edition of Shakespeare’s works, 1709.

  • PR2752 1709a Copy 8. Sh.Col. Nicholas Rowe edition of Shakespeare’s works, 1709.

  • PR2752 1709c copy 1. Sh.Col. Nicholas Rowe edition of Shakespeare’s works, 1709.

  • PR2752 1714a Copy 3. Sh.Col. Nicholas Rowe edition of Shakespeare’s works, 1714.

  • Free Library of Philadelphia

  • Free Library of Philadelphia First Folio.

  • Georgetown University’s Lauinger Library

  • First Folio.

  • Glasgow University Library

  • Sp Coll BD8-b.1. First Folio.

  • Horace Howard Furness Memorial Library, Philadelphia, PA

  • PR2750.A30 1635. Pericles, 1635.

  • Library of Congress, Washington, DC

  • PR2751.A1 1623 Batchelder Coll: fol. Copy 1. First Folio.

  • The Lilly Library, University of Indiana

  • PR 2751.AI. First Folio.

  • Meisei University Library, Tokyo

  • MR 1447. William Shakespeare, Poems, 1640.

  • MR 1479. Hamlet, 1773.

  • MR1944 S. & S., II, 3976. First Folio.

  • MR3600. First Folio.

  • MR774. First Folio.

  • National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

  • L.1392–1882. (formerly Jones 2B). First Folio.

  • National Library of Scotland

  • Bute 480. 2 Henry IV (1600).

  • Private Collection

  • First Folio (formerly Dr Williams’s Library, London). In private ownership in the US. Catalogued as West 27.

  • Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-upon-Avon

  • RST First Folio SR37Acc.1.

  • SR35.26 (3189). Pericles, 1609.

  • The Sheridan Libraries, Baltimore, MD

  • PO2807.A2.1676. Hamlet, 1676.

  • STC 3190 Copy 2. John Bodenham, Bel-vedére (1610).

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