A Yorkshire tragedie. Not so new, as lamentable and true
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
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Printed for T.P.
Eliz 207: Bound in straight-grain green goatskin, gold tooling with acorns on the cover. This is a type of binding made for J.B. Inglis about 1825 (Seymour de Ricci, English Collectors of Books and Manuscripts, pp. 97-98). This copy was sold as lot 100 in the Inglis sale by Sotheby's, 12 April 1826. The Huth copy (with bookplate) acquired by Mr. Cochran in November 1911 prior to the public sale. Gift of Alexander S. Cochran, December 1911. Printed by William Jaggard for Thomas Pavier. The second edition (first, 1608). The title was printed on D₄, and the leaf was transferred to the beginning. This is one of ten plays reprinted by Jaggard in 1619, possibly as a part of a collection for which a general title page was never printed. The attribution to Shakespeare occurs both in the Stationer's Register entry and on the title page to the first edition.
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