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0000 0000 8112 3213
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Ingleby, C.
Ingleby, C. M.
Ingleby, Clement M.
Ingleby, Clement Mansfield
Dates: 
1823-1886
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Elze, Karl (1821-1889)
Furnivall, Frederick James (1825-1910)
Hamilton, William Sir, 1788-1856
Ingleby, Holcombe (1854-1926)
Munro, John James
New Shakspere Society (Great Britain)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Simpson, Richard (1820-1876)
Smith, Lucy Toulmin (1838-1911)
Titles: 
Complete view of the shakspere controversy concerning the authenticity and genuineness of manuscript matter affecting the works and biography of shakspere
Essays
letter to C. M. Ingleby, Esq., M.A., LL.D., V.P.R.S.L., containing notes and conjectural emendations on Shakespeare's Cymbeline, A
On the unpublished manuscripts of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
outlines of theoretical logic: founded on the new analytic of sir william hamilton
reflections historical and critical on the revival of philosophy at cambridge
Shakespeare hermeneutics; or, The still lion, being an essay towards the restoration of Shakespeare's text.
Shakespeare's bones the proposal to disinter them considered in relation to their possible bearing on his portraiture: illustrated by instances of visits of the living to the dead
Shakespeare's centurie of prayse; being materials for a history of opinion on Shakespeare and his works, A.D. 1591-1693.
Shakespeare's Cymbeline: the text rev. and annotated
shakespeare: the man and the book: being a collection of occasional papers on the bard and his writings; part the first
Shakspeare fabrications, or the ms. notes of the perkins folio shown to be of recent origin with an appendix on the authorship of the ireland forgeries
Shakspere allusion-book; a collection of allusions to Shakspere from 1591 to 1700., The
Some account of an Italian miracle-play of the sixteenth century, on the legend of St. Cecilia.
soule arayed, The : a letter to Howard Staunton Esq. concerning Shakespear's sonnet CXLVI
Was Thomas Lodge an actor?
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