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William Shakespeare, Quartos, The Merchant of Venice, 1600 [1619] - title page.

A ‘Pavier’ quarto of Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice title page. This title-page of The Merchant of Venice ‘quarto’ summarises the plot in its descriptive sub-title. The ...

William Shakespeare's Baptism with entry highlighted

The entry for 26th April 1564 in the parish register of Holy Trinity Chuch, Stratford-upon-Avon. 'Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere' - William son of John Shakepeare. Guiliemus is the Latinised ...

William Shakespeare's Henley Street property again mentioned, 1613

On 22 January 1613, another settlement was drawn up concerning the ownership of the house next door to the former Shakespeare home which again is described as the tenement 'late of William Shakespeare'. ...

William Shakespeare's Henley Street property again mentioned, 1613

This is the seal attached to the settlement drawn up, on 22 January 1613, concerning the ownership of the house next door to the former Shakespeare home which again is described as the tenement 'late ...

William Shakespeare's Henley Street property mentioned, 1609

On 20 July 1609, a legal settlement was drawn up concerning the ownership of the house next door to the former Shakespeare home in Henley Street. At this period, the most convenient way of locating a ...

William Shakespeare, Quartos, Midsummer Night's Dream, 1600 [1619] - 'Pyramus and Thisbe' play is performed, p.H2v.

The play of 'Pyramus and Thisbe' in A Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare’s play concludes with Duke Theseus and his wedding guests being very critical as they are entertained by the play ...

William Shakespeare, Quartos, The Merchant of Venice, 1600 [1619] - Title page, imprint detail

A text published without the permission of Shakespeare’s acting company. Every press had to be licensed by the Archbishop of Canterbury or the Bishop of London and no printing was allowed except ...